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Institutional Teacher

Company Name:
Indiana Department of Corrections

Job Description :
The incumbent serves as the Institutional Teacher in the Education Department in a juvenile correctional facility. The incumbent teaches academic and/or vocational subject matter at the elementary or secondary levels or in necessary special classes. Students include mentally or physically handicapped, socially, or emotionally disturbed individuals or multiple handicapped persons. Incumbent prepares daily and weekly lesson plans, records and evaluates performance and progress of students, arranges and coordinates field trips or experiential learning, and administers group achievement and other kinds of evaluative instruments. Incumbent may also sponsor special activities or student organizations, assist students in selection of course of study, and counsel students with academic or vocational problems. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining discipline in the classroom and the school building. Incumbent participates in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops. Institutional Teacher reports directly to the Lead Teacher and performs duties with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities :
Following policy in critical incidents preventing injury, escape, or property damage.
As an academic teacher, incumbent instructs students in one or more subject areas such as mathematics, English, social studies, science, history, art etc. when required.
Prepare outline for course of study, preparing daily lesson plans, assigning lessons, assigning homework, and correcting/evaluating assignments in compliance with competency based curriculum standards.
Maintains confidentiality.
Organizing programs of practical and technical instruction involving practices, methods, processes and terminology in compliance with competency based curriculum standards.
Instructing students in health safety precautions, use and maintenance of tools and equipment of the trade, and codes of regulations of the trade.
Incumbent supervises the daily work of students and evaluates the achievement of individual student knowledge.
Operates all job-related equipment.
Collaborates with other departments in order to enhance the learning environment of students.
Providing written reports to/participates in multidisciplinary treatment team.
Attending and successfully completing all required training and certifications.
Developing and reviewing clear, accurate, and concise reports that are in compliance with departmental policies and procedures.
Promoting good working relationship with students, staff, contractual personnel, interns and volunteers, and applicable community public or private agencies.
Maintaining a positive image to the public in all related responsibilities.
Performs related duties as assigned.

Preferred Experience:
Possession of a valid Indiana Teaching License as issued by the Indiana Department of Education's Office of Educator Licensing and Development (proof of licensure or eligibility must accompany application). Must possess a licensure in special education, or qualify to obtain/maintain an emergency permit in special education and complete the special education licensure within three years, as specified by the Indiana Department of Education's Office of Educator Licensing and Development. (Proof of valid license or eligibility must accompany application).

Additional Comments :
Camp Summit Boot Camp is a smoke free/drug free work environment. No tobacco products are permitted within the facility. All applicants must be willing to undergo pre-employment background, previous employment verifications and drug screening.
APPLICANTS MUST INCLUDE ENTIRE WORK HISTORY IN THE WORK HISTORY SECTION OF THE ON-LIMNE APPLICATION. A RESUME DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE FOR THIS REQUIREMEMNT. WORK EXPERIENCE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ON-LINE APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED!

Benefits:
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.

Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job ID: 593739
Apply Before: 2014/12/23
Location: Laporte
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Agency: Camp Summit Corr Facility
City/Country/St: Laporte, Laporte County, IN
Salary: $35,698.00

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