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Pre-Engineering Technology Teacher

Posted on February 20, 2019

School: Lehigh Career & Technical Institute

Type: Full-time Position

Start Date: Spring 2019

Pre-Engineering Technology Teacher: Full-time position available at LCTI beginning Spring 2019. Visit under “Work at LCTI” for complete list of qualifications and documents required. Deadline: February 28. Emailed application packets preferred to or mail to Human Resources, LCTI, 4500 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville, PA 18078. E.O.E.


TYPE: Pre-Engineering and Engineering Technology Teacher

                                                Full-time Position


START: Spring 2019


LOCATION: Lehigh Career & Technical Institute, 4500 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville, PA 18078


CURRICULUM: Responsible to offer a Pre-Engineering Technology Program within the LCTI curriculum model.


CONTRACT: Salary, benefits, and conditions per current negotiated agreement between the LCTI Joint Operating Committee and the LCTI Education Association.



1. B.S. Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Architectural, and Civil Engineering or Vocational Certification in Engineering Related Technology or Instructional Certification in Technology Education or willingness to pursue vocational certification

2. Minimum three (3) years recent work experience in Mechanical, Civil, Architectural Drafting and Engineering, automation and engineering design/3D modeling (CADD and Revit)

3. Successful candidate shall have an innovative and creative aptitude as demonstrated through work, personal or hands-on activities.

4. Willing and able to successfully complete an Occupational Competency Exam in Engineering Related Technology by 6/30/19 if not currently certified

5. Willingness to pursue and maintain industry recognized credentials and/or certification including participation in technical seminars, workshops, and classes related to the occupation

6. Possess excellent communication skills. Prior experience with high school youth a plus, but not required.

7. Capable of fulfilling all job responsibilities as indicated on the LCTI Career & Technical Teacher Position Description

8. Act 34, 151, & 114 clearances required



1. Implement the educational program within the philosophy and policies approved by the Joint Operating Committee and the guidelines established by the Executive Director.

2. Maintain a professional attitude and appearance.

3. Model a sound work ethic and regular attendance.

4. Attain and maintain teacher credentials as required by Pennsylvania Department of Education.

5. Participate in regular professional development activities to keep abreast of advances in technology, curriculum and instructional delivery techniques, and remain current in all areas of the field of expertise.

6. Develop, revise, and implement the curriculum as it pertains to each instructional area in accordance with established guidelines and format.

7. Develop, revise, and implement instructional activities and materials to support the curriculum

8. Utilize a diversity of instructional delivery methods in order to motivate students and promote learning. Mentor students and provide counseling and/or refer students to appropriate school specialists.

9. Provide and maintain a well-organized, safe learning environment.

10. Prepare lesson plans weekly and provide lesson plans for short-term substitutes.

11. Maintain daily attendance records and daily instructional plans.

12. Implement and maintain a system of student discipline and encourage appropriate student behavior.

13. Maintain student records and communicate student progress to parent/guardians.

14. Maintain confidentiality of all student records.

15. Read and implement all students’ Individualized Education Plans.

16. Implement sound fiscal procedures within the instructional area in accordance with approved financial parameters and complete budget sheets as requested.

17. Prepare and submit report, information, budgets, and inventory as required.

18. Maintain instructional equipment and provide for repair as needed.

19. Adhere to all policies enacted by the Joint Operating Committee and guidelines established by the Executive Director.

20. Monitors and assigns students to Instructional Assistant.

21. Supervises students.



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