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AFC High School  (District 1)  - Ag Teacher
Status: Open
  • Position Type:
      High School Teaching/Agriculture

  • Date Posted:
      2/13/2024

  • Location:
      Ashton-Franklin Center Jr/Sr High School, Section 2

  • Date Available:
      08/12/2024

  • District:
      Ashton-Franklin Center CUSD #275 - website
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    TITLE: High School Agriculture/Science Teacher

    QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Illinois Professional Educator Licensure for this position

    DUTIES: High School Science and Agriculture course instructor                                        

    REPORTS TO: Jr/Sr High School Principal

    JOB GOAL: The Ag/Science Teacher will instruct courses for the JH and HS science & agriculture departments. 

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Potential courses to teach: physical science, biology, earth science, introductory agriculture courses

    • Conducts ongoing assessment of student learning, and modifies instructional methods to fit individual student's needs, including students with special needs.

    • Continues to acquire professional knowledge and learn of current developments in the educational field by attending seminars, workshops or professional meetings, or by conducting research, and by maintaining professional relationships with members of the business community.

    • Organizes and maintains a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

    • Promotes a classroom environment that is safe and conducive to individualized and small group instruction, and student learning.

    • Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and translates lesson plans into learning experiences so as to best utilize the available time for instruction.

    • Encourages parental involvement in students' education and ensures effective communication with students and parents.

    • Ensures that student conduct conforms with the school's standards and school district policies, and establishes and maintains standards of student behavior needed to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom.

    • Coordinates with other professional staff members and participates in faculty meetings and committees.

    • Selects and requisitions appropriate books, instructional aids and other supplies and equipment and maintains inventory records.

    • Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal.

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Per Contractual Agreement and Board Policy.

    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel

    SIGNING BONUS: Signing bonus policy to be shared with offer

    COMPENSATION: Per the Ashton-Franklin Center CUSD #275 Collective Bargaining Agreement. 

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    Orangeville Jr/ Sr High School  (District 1)  - Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Duties

     

    Orangeville High School #203 in Section 1, is seeking a full-time high school teacher for its agricultural education program and FFA advisor. Applicants must be honest, highly-competent, caring, reliable, self-motivated, flexible, collaborative, and be a team player.

    Facilities include two classrooms, shop and a greenhouse. Within the agriculture department there are currently 70 students taking an agriculture education course. Current courses offered include Introduction to Agriculture, Veterinary Technology, Agronomy, Agricultural Construction and Technology, Agricultural Mechanics and Technology, Plant Science, Animal Science, Orientation to Technology, Agricultural Machinery Service, Agricultural Business Management, Agricultural Environmental Science, Food Science Technology, and SAE. 

     

    Qualifications

     

    Illinois Professional Educator License and/or CTE licensure as required for position.

     

    Salary/Benefits

     

    • Per the collective bargaining agreement:  District paid health, life, dental and vision insurance.  District paid TRS and paid time off (sick and personal days).
    • This position also participates in the three circles grant. 

     

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    Contact Person

    How to Apply

     

    Please send a letter of interest, resume, unofficial transcripts, and ISBE credentials to:
    Orangeville High School
    Mrs. Julie Katzenberger, Superintendent
    jkatzenberger@orangevillecusd.com
    201 S. Orange St. Orangeville, IL 61060

    Or apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/orangeville/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=276

     


    Prairie Central  (District 2)  - Ag Mechanics/Ind. Tech Teacher
    Status: Open

    Prairie Central High School, located in Section 9, is seeking a full- time Industrial Technology/Agriculture Education teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. Courses to be taught could include: Orientation to Industrial Technology, CAD, Construction Tools, Advanced Woods, Metals, Geometry in Construction, and Home Maintenance

    Qualifications:

    Candidates must: be licensed in the state of Illinois to teach Industrial Technology or Agriculture; have the ability to work well with administration, staff, students and parents; be a positive influence on students and staff; and have strong organizational skills. 

    Salary/Benefits:

    Competitive, per the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Prairie Central will be negotiating a new contract for next school year. The state minimum teacher salary for FY25 is $41,188. Actual salary will depend on negotiated wages taking into consideration experience and education. A sign-on bonus is available. 
    This position may include extended contract days with an option to utilize the Three Circle Grant.

    Prairie Central is in the midst of constructing an addition on its Ag/IT wing, providing additional support and opportunities for students and staff.

     
    Contact Person
    How To Apply: 
    Provide a cover letter, resume, credentials, unofficial transcript, letters of recommendation and references to Principal Wade Czerwonka at wczerwonka@prairiecentral.org

    Contact Person: 
    Wade Czerwonka, Principal 
    Prairie Central High School  
    411 N 7th Street  
    Fairbury, IL 61739 
    815-692-2355

     


    Kaneland  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor
    Status: Open
    Kaneland High School (Section 6), located East of DeKalb in Maple Park, is hiring an AFNR Teacher/Co-FFA Advisor for the 2024-25 school year.
    Current courses taught include Intro to AFNR, Intro to Horticulture, Advanced Horticulture, Animal Science, Animal Health and Nutrition (vet science), Ag Finance (for consumers' ed credit), Intro to Ag Mechanics, and Environmental Science.  Course assignments will be made based on student enrollment and teacher strengths.
    3 Circle Grant participation is planned.

     
    Contact Person
    Interested applicants should apply online.
     


    Indian Creek - Maternity Leave Sub  (District 2)  - Ag Maternity Sub
    Status: Open
    The Indian Creek HS Agriculture Teacher will be on maternity leave from mid-September through Thanksgiving.
    Courses include Intro to AFNR, Basic Ag Mechanics, Advanced Ag Mech, Landscape Design & Maintenance, Ag Leadership & Communications, Ag Sales & Marketing, and Vet Science.
     
    Contact Person
    Apply online
     


    Marquette Academy High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Marquette Academy, located in Section 7 in Ottawa, is a Catholic high school seeking an Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor for the 24-25 school year. Marquette is a relatively new FFA Chapter with lots of room for growth and students who are excited to be a part of the program. 

    Courses currently taught include Intro to Ag, Plant & Animal Biololgy, and Ag Business.

    They have a very supportive administration and strong agricultural community support with a very active FFA Alumni.

    Both full-time and part-time candidates will be considered, and interviews will continue until a great candidate is found.

     
    Contact Person

    For more information, or to apply, contact Ms. Brooke Rick, Principal, by email at brick@marquetteacademy.net.

    Marquette Academy  815-433-0125 Ext 1013. 

     


    Clifton Central  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor
    Status: Open
    Clifton Central High School, located in Section 10, is seeking an agriculture teacher and Co-FFA Advisor to lead their Ag program with current teacher Brett Sorensen. The community and administration are very supportive. 

    Highly qualified candidate needs to understand agriculture-related curriculum. The candidate needs to have a passion for educating students the agriculture content. The candidate should also have effective communication skills, both verbal and written. The candidate must utilize teaching strategies that reach a variety of learning styles and serve as a valued member of a learning community.

    This position may include the following courses: Introduction to Agriculture, Horticulture Science, Technology Applications and Agriculture Business Management.

    **Extra-curricular opportunities available
     
    Contact Person
    For questions contact Principal Marc Shaner by email or phone: 815-694-2321

    Apply online.
     


    Flanagan-Cornell  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Flanagan-Cornell High School in Livingston County (Section 9) is looking for an Agricultural Teacher/FFA Advisor to teach alongside Jessica Chipman. FCHS is proud to have two Ag teachers in our department along with an award-winning FFA program. The newly hired teacher would teach classes that are agricultural and career-centered, as well as, to serve as the co-FFA sponsor for the high school.  

    Classes offered include: Intro to Ag, Ag Mechanics, Ag Business, Ag Science, Basic Horticulture Science, and Advanced Horticulture (dual-credit). This year we also hope to offer exploratory courses for 5th - 8th grade students. Courses would be split between our current Ag teacher and the new addition to our team based on teacher strengths. 

    Flanagan-Cornell participates in the 3 Circles Grant.

    Although FCHS is small, we are proud of the quality of education and opportunities that we provide our students. Prospective teachers should expect small class sizes, a family-friendly environment, and two supportive communities. Each student has their own school-issued Chromebook and access to the Google Suite. We have an extremely supportive board of education, administrative team, and staff who are willing to do what it takes for our students and our communities. We look forward to showing you what Falcon Pride means to us!

     
    Contact Person

    Please submit a letter of interest, resume with 3 current references, and copy of teaching certificate to: 

    Kelli Stanley, High School Principal   

    Flanagan-Cornell High School

    202 E Falcon Hwy

    Flanagan, IL 61740

     or email:kstanley@fc74.org

     


    Edwardsville High School  (District 3)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Edwardsville High School, located in Madison County in Section 15, is seeking a high school Agricultural Education Instructor and FFA Advisor for the 2024-2025 school year. Courses to be taught include two introduction to agriculture courses, basic ag mechanics, and plant and animal science.  The program has a greenhouse and participates in the three circles grant. 

    Applicants should visit this link for more information and to apply. 

     
    Contact Person

    N/A

     


    Highland High School  (District 3)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
    Status: Open
    Highland High School, located in Madison County in Section 15, is seeking a highly qualified high school Agriculture Education Instructor and FFA Advisor for the 2024-2025 school year. The program currently includes approximately 300 students and 100 FFA members. The chapter is known for its competitive Program of Activities, community involvement, strong alumni, and administrative support.

    Courses to be taught may include:
    Classes include Ag Science, PSSA, Ag Intro, and Floral Design. Additional opportunities may include Industrial Ed I and II, Landscape, Welding I & II (Dual Credit Preferred), Ag Bus and possibly others based on qualifications.

    Facilities and technology available include:
    Four classrooms, CTE computer lab, school bus for department use, mobile labs (iPad and Chrome Book), Smart TV's in each classroom, Greenhouse, Ag Mechanics Shop, Land Lab, Woodworking Shop, and Welding Shop.

    Applicant must be willing to:
    • Work cooperatively with a team of Agriculture teachers to ensure consistency of instruction.
    • Contribute to and support curriculum development and instructional improvement.
    • Use research based methods to develop engaging lessons that require higher order thinking.
    • Prepare teaching plans, demonstrations, and instructional materials for Agriculture Science and Technology classes.
    • Coordinate, maintain inventories, and keep record of the agriculture materials and equipment for classroom and laboratory.
    • Advise and evaluate students regarding Supervised Agriculture Experience Programs.
    • Conduct site visits and keep records of SAE's at the local and state levels as recommended by the State Department of Education.
    • Accommodate students with a variety of skills, abilities, and challenges.
    • Work cooperatively with teacher of all departments to support a collaborative school culture.
    • Accept professional development opportunities and commit to continual improvement.
    • Communicate effectively both written and verbal.
    • Communicate high expectations for teaching and learning.
    • Provide strong classroom management and organizational skills.
    • Be willing to serve as advisor for the FFA chapter. Be willing to work with the FFA Alumni members.
    Qualifications:
    Valid Illinois Professional Educator License with agriculture endorsement grades 6-12 preferred, or the ability to apply for a short-term approval in these areas.

    Salary:
    Per collective bargaining agreement; the position is for a 9 month contract and a $7,000 FFA Advisor stipend each; the 3 Circles Grant will also be available to qualified candidates. 

    Application Procedure:
    Apply online - please upload a letter of interest, resume, 3 letters of professional recommendation, transcripts and Illinois Teacher license information with your online application. Any questions regarding the application process, please contact Dena Henricks at 618-654-2106 ext. 1002 or by email at dhenricks@highlandcusd5.org.
     
    Contact Person
    Dena Henricks 
    618-654-2106 ext. 1002 
    dhenricks@highlandcusd5.org

    Apply online - please upload a letter of interest, resume, 3 letters of professional recommendation, transcripts and Illinois Teacher license information with your online application.
     


    Hartsburg-Emden High School  (District 3)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Hartsburg-Emden in Logan County (Section 14) is looking for an Agricultural Teacher to teach classes that are agricultural and career centered, as well as, to serve as the FFA sponsor for the high school.  The district offers many perks like smaller class sizes, teacher autonomy, and a newly updated Ag Building built especially for this position. 

    The updated Ag Building includes one classroom, existing wood shop, a brand new mechanic shop with four welding booths, new welders, and automotive workspace. Behind the shop sits a greenhouse.

    Classes to be taught are introduction to agriculture, horticulture, agriculture business management, veterinary technology, 8th grade agriculture, natural resources and BSAA in yearly rotation, and carpentry and ag mechanics in yearly rotation.

    Hartsburg-Emden participates in the 3 Circles Grant and provides an FFA stipend.

     
    Contact Person

    Please submit a letter of interest, resume, three letters of recommendation, copy of college transcripts, Illinois Professional Educator License and 3 references to: 

    Cory Brown, District Principal   

    Hartsburg-Emden CUSD #21 

    400 W. Front Street 

    Hartsburg, IL 62643

     or email: cbrown@hartem.org

     


    Decatur Eisenhower  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Immediate Vacancy- Decatur Eisenhower Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor

     

    The Dwayne O. Andreas Ag Academy (www.itstartswithag.com) seeks an Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor to join the current Andreas Ag Academy staff comprised of Becca Merrill, Delia Jackson, Scott Davidson, and Clayton Thomas. The successful applicant will take up teaching duties at Eisenhower High School in August 2023. This new position will join an agriculture teaching team managing three sites – one teacher at each high school, and three at the new FFA Agriculture Education Center; this team works cooperatively to advise two Andreas Academy FFA Chapters. Students from Eisenhower and MacArthur High Schools jointly operate horticulture and livestock activities. 

     

    For the 2023-2024 academic year, the Andreas Academy will transition most instruction to the $11 million FFA Agriculture Education Center. The facility is under construction and slated for completion in Spring 2023. This facility and adjoining production acreage will house Andreas Academy courses and serve as a host site for regional and state chapters to meet for special events. Responsibilities for this posted include teaching Introduction to Agriculture and Ag Biology. These are our most pivotal courses for new Academy students before transitioning to the new center. The Academy is now offering17 separate courses for older students, with several thematic pathways available in Power and Structural Systems, Animal Science, Plant Science, Natural Resources, Agribusiness and Leadership, and Food Science. 

     

    Created through partnership with the Howard G. Buffett Foundation – www.thehowardgbuffettfoundation.org – the Andreas Academy has grown to 465 students in its fifth year of operation. Its objective is to engage non-traditional students in exploring careers in Agriculture. 100% of the students are FFA members, with a focus on encouraging creative SAE immersions. More than 80 area businesses, such as Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), media outlets, family farms and community partners operate as an advisory panel in support of the program. The Academy continues to strengthen ties with the four major universities in Illinois that provide agriculture education to create strategic connections with other collegiate agricultural programs.

     

    An important component of Andreas Academy activities is managing a 15-acre Living Science Farm (www.facebook.com/LivingScienceFarm) to host instructional enrichment activities for animal science, agriculture test and production plots, student-run entrepreneurship, and related hands-on learning experiences.

    The successful applicant may have a special interest in one or more focus areas but must demonstrate proficiency in facilitating classwork for each pathway. Instructors utilize both CASE curriculum and other online-focused resources to deliver content. The Academy covers costs for CASE training and other relevant professional development opportunities. This position offers a competitive salary/benefits package, including significant additional compensation through the Three Circle Grant.  To apply for the position click here.

     

     
    Contact Person

    Zach Shields
    Executive Director – Decatur Public Schools Foundation

    zshields@dps61.org

    (217) 362-3042 (office)

    (217) 853-4722 (cell)

     


    Heritage  (District 4)  - Industrial Technology/ Ag Education Teacher
    Status: Open

    Heritage High School is seeking a full-time Industrial Technology/Agriculture Education teacher for the 2024-2025 school year.  Courses to be taught could include: Architectural Drafting CAD, Communication & Energy Technology, Construction, Engineering Drafting CAD, Introduction to Drafting, Introduction to House Construction, Production & Transportation Technology, Welding Materials & Processing and Woodworking Materials & Processing.  Heritage High School has equipment, tools and hardware in an expansive shop and CAD lab. 

    Candidates must be licensed in the state of Illinois to teach Industrial Technology or Agriculture; have the ability to work well with administration, staff, students and parents; be a positive influence on students and staff; and have strong organizational skills.  Accelerated CTE Licensure may be available through ISBE.

    To apply, send a letter of interest and resume to Heritage High School Principal, Corey White at corey.white@heritage8.org.

     
    Contact Person
    Corey White
    Heritage High School Principal
    corey.white@heritage8.org.
     


    Mt. Carmel  (District 5)  - Agriculture Teacher/ FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Wabash Community Unit School District #348, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Agriculture Education Teacher. The newly hired individual will be serving as the second teacher and will be working with Mrs. Brittany Brown.   

    Facilities include classrooms, shop and a greenhouse. Within the agriculture department there are currently 150 students taking an agriculture education course. Current courses offered, but are able to be adapted due to strengths of the hired individual, include Basic Ag Science, Basic Horticultural Science, Horticulture Production and Management, Basic Ag Mechanics and Agricultural Welding. 

    Candidates should have a valid Illinois Teacher License. Candidates will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement. This position also includes an FFA stipend or  three circles grant. 

     
    Contact Person

    Before July 2, 2024, please send a letter of interest, resume, unofficial transcripts, and copy of licensure to:

    Mt. Carmel High School

    Mr. Andrew Shelby, Principal

    ashelby@wabash348.com

    201 Pear Street, Mt. Carmel, IL 62863

     


    Chester  (District 5)  - Agriculture Teacher/ FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Chester High School (Section 22), is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Agriculture Education Teacher and FFA Advisor for the 2024-25 school year. 

    Facilities include a classroom, a metals shop and a woodworking shop. Within the program there are approximately 130 students taking an agriculture education course. 

    Candidates must be able to obtain licensure in the State of Illinois- Preferred agriculture certification for 6-12 grade. Candidates will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement.  This position also could also include a FFA stipend and/or Three Circles Grant. 

    To apply the following should be submitted to the Superintendent:

    • Letter of Interest

    • Resume

    • Three Letters of Reference

    • Copy of Transcripts or Credentials

    • Copy of Teaching License

    • Completed application from the school website

     
    Contact Person

    Email information to:

    Kimberly Briggs, Superintendent 

    Chester Community Unit District No 139

    1940 Swanwick Street, Chester, IL 62233

    kimberlybriggs@chester139.com

     


    Joppa  (District 5)  - Agriculture Teacher/ FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Joppa- Maple Grove Unit District 23, located in Section 25, is seeking a full time agriculture teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. Courses taught will be determined by the strengths of the hired candidate and the high school needs. 

    Facilities include classroom and shop. Within the program there are approximately 45 students taking an agriculture education course. 

    More information can be found at the school website. Candidates should have a valid Illinois Teacher License. Candidates will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement.  This position also includes an FFA stipend and/or the Three Circles Grant. 

    To apply the following should be submitted to the Superintendent as soon as possible:

    • Employment Application

    • Letter of Application

    • Resume

    • Copy of Transcripts

    • Proof of License

    • Three letters of recommendation

     
    Contact Person

    Email information to:

    Mr. Greg Goins

    Joppa- Maple Grove Unit District 23

    ggoins@joppa38.com

     


    Cahokia  (District 5)  - Agriculture Teacher/ FFA Advisor
    Status: Open

    Cahokia High School offers a variety of CTE programs that provide students with career-training while in high school. The Cahokia High School CTE Dept. is seeking CTE educators to develop and/or enhance CTE programs in the area of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources. The newly hired teacher will work with current Ag teacher, Ms. Katrena Jourdan. 

    The CTE educators will provide a CTE program of study for 9-12th grade students. They will supervise and instruct students in the assigned area of Career Technical Education and career development, based upon the educator’s work experience, qualifications and ISBE CTE endorsement area. It may involve teaching a combination of the ISBE CTE Matrices Group 2-4  introductory, skill-specific and advanced-level courses that emphasize and reinforce academic, technical and employability skills.

    Position Qualifications: 

    Option 1: Industry Experience 

    • Preferred-Bachelor’s degree in the CTE educational program being taught
    • Two to four years of documented work experience directly related to the ISBE CTE endorsement area and CTE educational program being taught, including ISBE CTE Matrices Groups 2-4 courses
    • Educator License with Stipulations (ELS) endorsed in a CTE area or is willing to get the ELS endorsed in a CTE area by the hiring date

     

    Option 2: ISBE PEL with Demonstrated Competency in CTE Area 

    • Preferred- ISBE PEL endorsed in a CTE area with two years of full-time teaching experience in CTE area
    • Professional Educator License (PEL)
    • Endorsement in a CTE area (by passing the content exam and completing 18 semester hours of coursework in the content area)
    • Has ISBE CTE License Endorsement or will be able to get the ISBE CTE License Endorsement by the hiring date

    Essential CTE Teacher duties:

    • Assists in planning and developing course and program curriculum that meets the program scope and quality guidelines outlined in the Illinois State Plan for Perkins V
    • Teaches a combination of academic skills, employability skills, and the career-specific technical skills that prepare students for a certificate, license, diploma, dual-credit course, workplace learning experience, and job
    • Supervises and facilitates student learning and hands-on practice
    • Plans and delivers classroom lessons, workshops, labs, and projects
    • Develops and adapts instructional materials and experiences to meet individual student needs, aptitudes, and interests
    • Plans and conducts appropriate educational field experiences including but not limited to, student participation in career and technical student organizations, team-based challenges, field trips, guest speakers, and hands-on learning experiences
    • Attends and participates in CTE meetings and professional development activities
    • Evaluates CTE course/program and maintains a course/program improvement plan
    • Stays informed of current educational and industry standards and practices
    • Teaches and enforces safety policies and practices that are in compliance with federal and state laws and the school district
    • Assists in the development and implementation of a budget for CTE courses and programs
    • Performs all other duties as assigned
     
    Contact Person

    To apply for this position, please click here
     


     
     
         
         
     
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