Broadcast Media Instructor - Part Time
Jefferson City Public Schools
Nichols Career Center Jefferson City, Missouri
Position: Broadcast Media Instructor - Nichols Career Center
Term: Part-Time (7:30am – 11:30pm)
Location: Nichols Career Center
Qualifications: Valid Missouri CTE Teaching Certificate, Required (See additional details below)
Bachelor’s degree, preferred, but not required
Supervisory: Production Manager of 5-6 students who run sports related broadcasts
Reports to: Director/Assistant Director of Nichols Career Center
Nichols Career Center is looking for a part-time talented and passionate digital media specialist to teach an AM Broadcast Media class at Nichols Career Center. This individual must have a strong background in video and audio production and journalism. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a high level of enthusiasm, be energetic, adaptable, and knowledgeable in their content area. The ability to work with a team is essential to help increase academic achievement. Courses that will be taught include one AM Broadcast Media course taught from 7:55am-10:55 pm to student from 13 sending schools. The grade levels being taught are high school juniors and seniors. The Broadcast Media instructor will also provide support for recruiting, training, and scheduling students to work events at JCHS and CCHS venues including football and basketball games and other live event productions identified by the athletic department. Individuals who are hired for the position will be expected to obtain a Missouri Department of Elementary Education Career and Technical Education teacher certification.
NOTE: A Temporary CTE Teacher Certification can be obtained while performing the duties of the position with proof of appropriate occupational experience. Appropriate CTE instructor coursework must be taken in conjunction with earning a temporary CTE certification.
- Supports the mission of the Jefferson City School District and Nichols Career Center.
- Supports the value of education.
- Complies with the privacy rights of students.
- Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information.
- Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community.
- Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally.
- Reacts to change productively.
- Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques.
- Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes.
- Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines.
- Provide instruction to students
- Create and implement a classroom disciplinary plan
- Create lesson plans and activities to implement and supplement instruction
- Participate in building, grade level and subject area committees
- Participate in professional development activities
- Maintain accurate student records including attendance, grades and discipline
- Complete and submit forms and required reports in a timely manner
- Communicate regularly with parents regarding progress and other educational concerns
- Report suspected abuse, neglect, discrimination and harassments as directed by Board policy
- Prepare lesson plans for use by a substitute teacher
- Carry out all other duties as assigned.
An individual who holds this position must have the ability to:
Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously
Move around the classroom
Read handwritten or printed material
Communicate on a regular basis through email, phone, or in-person with direct supervisors
For Questions please call or email:
Cody Bashore, Director, Nichols Career Center