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Hill Correctional Center  (District 1)  - Correctional Horticulture Instructor at Hill Correctional Center
Status: Open
Correctional Horticulture Instructor at Hill Correctional Center

Full-time, 12 month, grant funded position for Lake Land College at Hill Correctional Center.  Responsible for teaching courses and labs in the Horticulture Certificate Program.  Extensive knowledge of plant propagation, pest and disease control on turf, garden, and ornamental plants required. HS diploma/GED required.  Associate degree preferred. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  


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Contact Person

 Apply online www.lakelandcollege.edu. Submit LLC application, letter of application, resume, and transcripts if applicable to:  Human Resources, 5001 Lake Land Blvd.  Mattoon, IL 61938.  For questions contact:  Chris Williams, Associate Dean, Hill Correctional Center, cwilliams3327@lakelandcollege.edu. EOE/AA

 

 


Orion High School  (District 1)  - Ag Teacher Vacancy - Orion High School
Status: Open

Vacancy

Orion High School

Position

Ag Teacher & FFA Advisor

Description

Orion High School, located in Orion in Section 3, is seeking an Agricultural

Education Teacher/FFA Advisor position for the Fall of 2022.

 

The Orion Ag Department has an ag mechanics shop, greenhouses, torchmate and a 17-acre FFA test plot. Current courses to be taught (although, flexible based on candidates) Environmental Science, Ag Mechanics, Intro to Ag, Agronomy, Animal Genetics/Nutrition, and Diversified Occupations (which is an on the job experience course).  School is going 1 to 1 with Chromebooks. The Agriculture Department does have a new touch screen Promethean board, Ag Office Space, and an FFA Officer conference room. Agriculture Mechanics Shop is receiving other upgrades this summer and plans are in the works for expansion of the vocational building. Agriculture is very important in our community and we have a very supportive alumni.  

Candidates must have an Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) or Career and Technical Education Educator License with Stipulations (ELS).  Contract length is 12 months as the school district participates in the Three Circle FFA and SAE grant.       .   

For additional information on Orion School District:  https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Fxy4OhM6_MkTcDJOWvvyutd2bRF2oqyvMifPin-zUr4/edit?usp=sharing

 

 
Contact Person

To Apply & Contact Person

To apply, send as soon as possible your resume and cover letter by email to the Principal Nathan DeBaillie ndebaillie@orionschools.us. If you are interested or have any questions please contact Nathan DeBaillie at (309) 526-3361 (OHS Office). 

The position will remain open until a quality candidate is hired.

 
 


Morton High School  (District 1)  - Ag Teacher Vacancy - Morton High School
Status: Open


Vacancy:  Morton High School

Position:  Agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor

Description: Morton High School, located in Morton, Illinois in Section 5,
Is seeking an Agricultural Education Teacher and FFA Advisor in the Pumpkin Capital of the world for the Fall of 2022.

 

The Morton High School CTE department has an ag. mechanics lab, welding lab, and carpentry production shop.  Current courses to be taught (although, flexible based on candidates):  Basic Ag. Mechanics, Advanced Ag. Mechanics, Ag. Construction with potential to expand into the Plant Systems pathway.  Morton High School is a well-established 1:1 iPad school with top-notch technology and instructional support. Our facilities are experiencing upgrades as funding and space opens up. CTE and the Agriculture program are strongly supported by the administration and the Board of Education. Our community is dedicated to supporting an Agriculture program along with creating a Morton FFA Alumni and Supports group.

 

Candidates must have an Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) or Career and Technical Education Educator License with Stipulations (ELS). The school district will be participating in  the Three Circle FFA and SAE grant.  Base salary is $42,851 with Board of Education paid TRS benefits (+$4,238.01)

 

For additional information on the Morton School District:  https://www.morton709.org/

 

 
Contact Person

To apply, complete the application on Applitrack.  For further information about the position please contact:

Deidre Ripka, Principal

Deidre.Ripka@mcusd709.org

309-263-7182

The position will remain open until a quality candidate is hired.

 


Oregon High School  (District 1)  - Second Ag Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor
Status: Open

Vacancy
Second Position Oregon High School

Position 
Ag Teacher & CO-FFA Advisor

Description
Oregon High School, located in Oregon in Section 2, is seeking an Agricultural
Education Teacher/FFA Advisor position for the Fall of 2022.

The Oregon Ag Department has an Ag Mechanics shop, two greenhouses, Auto Lift, Hydroponics and a 10-acre FFA test plot, and they are part owners of a Christmas Tree Farm that sells about 750 trees per year. Current courses to be taught (although, flexible based on candidates) Basic Ag Mechanics, Ag Mechanics, Ag Construction, Agricultural Welding, Agricultural Engine Maintenance, Agricultural Electricity Systems.  Oregon High School is 1 to 1 with Chromebooks. The Agriculture Department does have a Smartboard, Ag Office Space, and an FFA Officer Conference room. Agriculture is very important in our community.  Our new teacher would have tremendous community support. The new teacher would join the current Ag Teacher Ms. Chelsea Eden.

Candidates must have an Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) or Career and Technical Education Educator License with Stipulations (ELS).  Contract length is 12 months as the school district participates in the Three Circle FFA and SAE grant.  Salary (year one, BA +0) is $38, 473.29.   We also offer a student loan reimbursement program (for a percentage), and the Board pays all but 1% of retirement. More information at https://ocusd.net/schools/oregon-high-school

 

 
Contact Person

To Apply & Contact Person
To apply, send as soon as possible your resume and cover letter by email to the Principal Dr. Heidi Deininger at hdeininger@ocusd.netc .and apply at https://www.applitrack.com/roe47/onlineapp/

If you are interested or have any questions please contact Dr. Heidi Deininger at (815)732-5300 (OHS office) and (815)222-7974(cell).

The position will remain open until a quality candidate is hired.

 


WILCO Area Career Center  (District 2)  - Vet Science Instructor
Status: Open

WILCO Area Career Center, located in Southwest suburban Romeoville, is seeking a Veterinary Science Instructor for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year to join Jennifer Alessi in their growing Vet Science program. 

Description: Instructor for high school Veterinary Assisting I and II class

Job Summary: Instruction at Wilco Area Career Center. Full-time position.

Qualifications: Must be a certified agriculture instructor, OR a Vet Assistant with 4 yrs. of work experience, OR a Veterinary Tech with 2000 hours (1 year) of work experience.

Working Conditions: working at Wilco 5 days a week for the remainder of the school year.

 
Contact Person
If you have any questions please contact: 
Elizabeth Kaufman,

Wilco Executive Director
ekaufman@wilco.k12.il.us

To apply, visit this link.

 


Naperville North High School  (District 2)  - Adjunct Floral/Landscape Design Instructor
Status: Open
Naperville North High School is seeking an adjunct instructor for a 1st hour Floral & Landscape Design course to be taught in the 2nd semester (7:45am-8:35am). 

 
Contact Person
Interested candidates please contact Department Chair, Melissa Oskroba, at moskroba@naperville203.org
 


BEARDSTOWN CUSD 15  (District 3)  - Agricultural Education Instructor / FFA Advisor
Status: Open
Located in Cass County, in Section 12, Beardstown High School, is seeking a high school Agricultural Education Instructor/FFA Advisor starting January 4, 2022. 

The successful candidate will be part of the two teacher program with Maggie Smith. Facilities include classroom, greenhouse and agriculture mechanics learning laboratory. 

 
Contact Person

Applications can be mailed or emailed to Mr. Michael Smith, Beardstown CUSD #15, 500 E. 15th St., Beardstown, Illinois 62618.  If emailing, please make the cover letter, resume, license information, and transcripts all one document.

Contact Mr. Bill Myers, Gard Elementary Principal, for questions - myersb@beardstown.com

 


Shelbyville High School  (District 4)  - Industrial Arts/Ag Teacher & FFA Advisor
Status: Open

School: Shelbyville High School
Position: Industrial Arts/Agriculture Teacher (Part-Time FFA duties dependent upon candidate)

 

Description: Shelbyville High School, located in Shelbyville in Section 19 is seeking an Industrial Arts/Agricultural Education Teacher/FFA Advisor position for the Fall of 2022. The Shelbyville Industrial Arts/Agriculture Department has a mechanics shop, greenhouse, and a 17-acre FFA test plot. Current courses to be taught are dependent upon the candidate strengths. The ideal candidate will be teaching half-time industrial arts and half-time agriculture. School is 1 to 1 with Chromebooks. The Agriculture Department does have a new touch screen Promethean board, Ag Office Space, and Ag Shop. The Industrial Arts Department has a CNC cutter, full carpentry shop, and full welding shop. Shelbyville has an extremely active and supportive school and administrative staff as well as community.  

 

Candidates must have an Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) or Career and Technical Education Educator License with Stipulations (ELS).   

 

To apply, send as soon as possible your resume and cover letter by email to the Principal Kyle Ladd laddky@shelbyville.k12.il.us If you are interested or have any questions please contact Kyle Ladd at (217) 774-3926 (SHS Office).

 
Contact Person
Kyle Ladd
Shelbyville High School Principal
laddky@shelbyville.k12.il.us
(217) 774-3926
 


Mattoon High School  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher & FFA Advisor
Status: Open

Mattoon School District is seeking a full time Agriculture Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Courses taught will be determined by the strengths of the hired candidate but will likely include; Animal Science, Plant Science, SAE, Ag Science and Career exploration. 

Facilities include a classroom with full set of lab quest equipment, ag mechanics shop with 16 multi process welding stations, 4' x 4' CNC plasma cutter, full powder coating capabilities, a 30' x 70' greenhouse, an 1,1000 gallon aquaponic system, setup for chickens, setup for rabbits or quail and a 9 acre plot. Within the program there are about 150 students enrolled. This is a 2 teacher program. 

The successful candidate will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement. This position also includes an FFA stipend, 20 day extended contract and the Three Circles Grant. 

The Mattoon School District is active in supporting and growing it's CTE programs. The School Board and community have supported the development of a regional career center. This exciting opportunity is slated to open for the 2022 - 2023 school year. It is anticipated that the Ag program will be able to develop opportunities for regional students to attend in the near future. 

Visit the district's website at https://www.mattoon.k12.il.us/page/employment-opportunities to apply. If you are interested and have questions please contact the Principle Richard Stuart at richardstuart@mcusd2.com. For other questions regarding the program contact Ag Teacher Karl Rabe at karlrabe@mcusd2.com. 

 
Contact Person
Principle Richard Stuart
richardstuart@mcusd2.com

Ag Teacher Karl Rabe
karlrabe@mcusd2.com.
 


Shawnee Community Unit School District #84  (District 5)  - Ag Education Instructor/FFA Advisor
Status: Open

Shawnee High School has a full time agriculture teacher vacancy for remainder the 2021-2022 school year. The school is located in Union County in Wolf Lake about 30 minutes north of Cape Girardeau, MO. 

Course offerings include: Introduction to Ag, Ag Science, Natural Resources, Ag Mechanics and Food Science. Facilities include: classroom, mechanics lab, and greenhouse. Supportive administration and community.

 

The current contract is a 10 month contract (9 months teaching and 1 month for FFA sponsor). Start date is January 3, 2022.

Salary BS & 0 years =$36,108 through MS+16 & 35 years = $72,893. Partial paid single health insurance and TRS. Board paid $10,000 life insurance policy. Paid sick, personal and bereavement days. 

 

 
Contact Person

Website - http://www.shawneedistrict84.com/

Send a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, valid Illinois Professional educator License and transcripts to:
Mrs. Karen Schaefer
Junior-Senior High School Principal
Shawnee Community Unit School District #84
3365 State Route 3 North
Wolf Lake, IL 62998
P: (618) 833-5307
F: (618) 833-5468
kschaefer@shawneedistrict84.com

 


Du Quoin Community Unit School District #300  (District 5)  - Ag Education Instructor
Status: Open

Du Quoin High School, located in Section 24, is seeking a full time agriculture/industrial arts teacher for the 2022-2023 school year, as Mr. Bob Huntley will retire after a successful teacher career of 34 years. Courses taught will be determined by the strengths of the hired candidate and the high school needs. This agriculture program is a two teacher program, therefore the newly hired will work with Mrs. Ann Piotrowski. 


Facilities include two large classrooms, computer lab and chromebook cart, lots of storage, a mechanics shop and woodworking shop. It also has a small greenhouse and six raised beds. Shop facilities include 5 welding booths, SawStop table saw, industrial woodworking tools, dust collection and ventilation systems. The facility was built in 2010 and is housed separately from the high school.


Within the program there are currently 115 students taking an agriculture education course including 61 FFA members. Current courses offered, but are able to be adapted due to strengths of the hired individual, include Basic Agricultural Mechanics, Advanced Agricultural Mechanics and Agricultural Construction. Other courses taught include Agriculture Business, Agriculture Science, Introduction to Agriculture, Plant Science and Animal Science. 

 

More information can be found at the school website and/or the FFA facebook page. Candidates should have a valid Illinois Teacher License. Candidates will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement. 



To apply the following should be submitted to the Superintendent by January 28, 2022:

 


 
Contact Person

Mail or email information to:

Mr. Matthew Hickam

Du Quoin Community Unit School District #300

845 East Jackson Street, DuQuoin, IL 62832

(618) 542-6614

mhickam@duquoinschools.org

 


 
 
     
     
 
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