#042 Art Certification and successful teaching experience at the high school level with: standards-based lesson planning that promotes student engagement, classroom management, use of differentiated instruction, use of varied assessments, use of data to inform instruction, application of SRBI strategies, leadership role in teaching and learning, use of instructional technology, collaboration with colleagues, maintaining a positive rapport with students, involvement in student activities at the school-level, relevant professional experiences related to the field of Art and involvement in relevant community experiences that positively connect to parents and youth.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of current instructional methods in Art as well as differentiated instruction based upon student learning styles.
  • Knowledge of data information systems, data analysis and the formulation of action plans.
  • Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding education and students.
  • Ability to use computer network system and software applications as needed.
  • Ability to organize and coordinate work.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents.
  • Ability to engage in self-evaluation with regard to performance and professional growth.
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work.

 Additional Duties
Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal and other central office administrators as designated by the Superintendent.
Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.

#049 Music – Application materials should provide specific examples of knowledge, skill, and ability with secondary-level music experience and training in the following areas in order to be considered:  Standards-based lesson planning aligned to the CT Arts Standards.  Teaching practices that reflect current pedagogy of teaching and learning methods, strategies, and technologies in music e.g., student-centered, gradual release of responsibility, differentiation, embedded technology.  Experience teaching a wide range of students and music courses e.g., concert choir, concert band, music theory, and advanced placement classes.  Experience with varied assessments to inform instruction and promote learning.  Professional experiences related to the field of teaching music, collaboration with colleagues in planning for teaching and learning, establishment of a positive classroom climate, involvement in school-related student activities and positive family and community relations.  Preferred candidate has mastery of at least one of the following instruments:  guitar, piano or drums and mastery of vocal and aural techniques to develop students’ singing or learning of a particular instrument

#090 Aviation Maintenance Technology valid Connecticut Certification.

Candidate must have eight (8) years of relevant, varied, hands-on experience in the field of aviation maintenance to qualify for the #090 certification.  Candidate must currently hold FAA Airframe & Power plant (A&P) certification.  Preference may be given to those candidates who have completed the following courses at CCSU:  VTE 113 and VTE 116.  Also, a Special Education course.  Preferred candidate will have experience in differentiated learning, classroom management, and lesson planning.  Preferred candidate will have demonstrated involvement in student/community activities, and experience using technology for educational purposes.

  • Closing date is July 5, 2022 at 4:00 0.m.
  • Applications will be accepted via E-Mail or Fax only
  • E-Mail address:  carla.kielbasinski@ct.gov or Faxes may be sent to – CTECS Recruitment 860-706-5756.
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Any secondary endorsement, but preferred candidate should have either a #068 – Guidance Counselor or #071 Social Worker. Preferred candidate must have classroom management experience, differentiated learning strategies, problem solving skills and or coaching experience.

Any secondary endorsement, but preferred candidate should have either a #068 – Guidance Counselor or #071 Social Worker. Preferred candidate must have classroom management experience, differentiated learning strategies, problem solving skills and or coaching experience.

#090 Veterinary Science. Applicant must be a credentialed Veterinary Technician who has graduated from an AVMA CVTEA-accredited program OR Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, with a minimum of 8 years clinical experience in Veterinary medicine. It is important that the applicant show evidence of experience that provides the foundation for teaching students the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills necessary for entry-level employment in Veterinary medicine as well as preparation for post-secondary education. Entry level skills working with Microsoft Office and Google products are also required. Preferred candidate will have experience in differentiated learning, classroom management, lesson planning and have taken VTE 113, VTE 116 and a Special Education course. Successful candidate is required to obtain a CDL license with the proper endorsements within one year of employment, to drive the student transport vehicle.

#043-Health and #044 Physical Education required or qualify for a Durational Shortage Area Permit (DSAP).

Application materials should document the following experiences, skills and training in effective instruction to help students meet learning standards: experience utilizing a blend