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West Valley School District
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Yakima, WA
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Job Description :
Pre-Engineering Teacher @ West Valley Middle-Level Campus
Starting the 2022-2023 School Year

POSITION: 1.0 FTE CTE Technical Education (STEM/Pre Engineering)

LOCATION: West Valley Junior High

The Pre-Engineering program at the WV MLC is aligned to the Boeing Core Plus curriculum introducing students to engineering, measurement, material science, CAD, applied mathematics, additive manufacturing using 3D printers, and subtractive manufacturing using CNC routers and saws. This program integrates 21st Century Standards and prepares students for advanced courses at the Innovation Center and High School.


Career and Technical Education (CTE) Initial or Continuing Certification in:

Technology Education (V210100 – OR –

STEM (V141000) and Manufacturing Technology (V150100)

Experience teaching in a similar setting: engineering, manufacturing, CAD


Bachelor’s Degree in a STEM Field

Valid Washington State Teacher’s Certification

Business or industry experience in an engineering and/or manufacturing-related field



Develop lessons, activities, and projects that align with the vision of the program and district.

Alignment of courses to Core Plus Aerospace state-approved frameworks.

Oversee the safe operation of the pre-engineering lab while engaging students in lessons, activities, and projects involving CNC routers, 3D printers, woodworking equipment, and laser engraving machines.

Collaborate with other CTE classes and programs in grades 6-12, 8th-grade science, and math departments at the Middle-Level Campus.

Fulfill CTE required duties including, but not limited to: attending all advisory meetings, framework updates, CTSO leadership, program evaluations, CPR/First Aid Certification, earning STEM clock hours, building business partnerships, incorporating 21st Century Learning Skills, and maintaining required documentation.

Assume responsibility for the upkeep and safe operation of the pre-engineering lab, classroom, and equipment.

Collaborate with an algebra teacher to teach AMPED (Algebra in Manufacturing Processes, Engineering, and Design), a course that integrates mathematical concepts into projects and lessons.

Prepare for classes assigned and show written evidence of preparation upon request.

Make a commitment of time and energy required to teach all students, regardless of learning style or learning limitations.

Create a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

Adhere to all West Valley School District and West Valley Middle-Level Campus policies and expectations for staff and students.

Actively engage students in the learning process in a dynamic, interactive, student involving, hands-on instructional style.

Regularly incorporate higher-level thinking and analytical skills in instruction, assessment, and performance.

Be a team player by establishing and maintaining cooperative professional relationships with others.

Establish and maintain open lines of communication with students, parents, and colleagues.

Be innovative and committed to the challenge of change in education.

Be committed to success for all students.

Participate in workshops and training sessions that support building and district programs and goals. This includes monthly staff meetings and professional development days.

Implement the requirements of I.D.E.A., Section 504, and A.D.A. in the education of students with disabilities.

Demonstrate every period of every day relevant bell-to-bell instruction.

Maintain a secure classroom environment.

Actively participate in WVSD’s professional development program (TAP/ACCEL).

Create a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

Use a variety of instructional strategies to engage students, such as: station rotation, small group instruction, and the integration of technology.

Facilitate student ownership of learning by using Universal Design for Learning strategies which include providing students choice with multiple ways to access content, multiple ways for students to monitor their progress, and multiple ways for students to demonstrate their learning.

Working Relationships
Work in partnership with both large and small groups of teachers and other professional staff. Communicate regularly with students, parents/guardians, and teaching staff. Team up with grade-level colleagues to plan lessons, analyze student data, and maintain a focus on continuous improvement. Cooperate with the building administrators in the observation and evaluation process. When working with instructional paraprofessionals, provide appropriate lesson plans and activity supervision. May deal with a wide range of student abilities and behaviors; may occasionally deal with distraught or difficult students.

Working Conditions
The daily work is performed in a classroom setting. The job incumbent is often required to stand or sit for prolonged periods, be exposed to a computer display terminal for prolonged periods, and meet externally imposed and inflexible deadlines. May be required to work outdoors in inclement weather; lift, move, and position students and equipment; supervise students, bus loading/unloading; attend to students’ personal hygiene; may be required to deal with distraught, angry, or hostile individuals; may need to take precautions to avoid exposure to student bodily fluids and cleaning or disinfecting compounds; required to work in non-routine positions for extended periods.

Working Environment
The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: occasional lifting (able to lift 50 pounds and assist in lifting over 50 pounds), carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally, the job requires 34% sitting, 33% walking, and 33% standing. The job related is performed under a generally hazard-free environment and in a clean atmosphere.

180 Days/7.5 hrs. a day

Applications will be accepted

Wednesday, June 1, 2022 12:00 AM

Thursday, June 9, 2022 11:59 PM
(Pacific Standard Time)

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