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The CTE Coordinator is responsible for the overall operation, promotion, expansion, and maintenance of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program and curriculum.
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (May not include all duties assigned)
• Prepares and administers budgets for the System and uses appropriate bid procedures to purchase equipment and supplies.
• Oversees vendor and service contracts as warranted
• Assists with the supervision of all instructional personnel in the Vocational Education Program.
• Actively pursues state and federal funds for vocational and technical education programs.
• Maintains close working relationship with community and state agencies and area commerce, industry and labor organizations, to provide training consistent with identified needs.
• Promotes health and safety in the educational program by conforming with regulations of the State.
• Establishes, promotes and directs the local vocational area programs of School District.
• Interprets and carries out Board of Education and central office policies and procedures.
• Maintains all records, inventories, and reports pertaining to the System.
• Assists with development of the program’s master schedule and staff supervision.
• Arranges professional development for CTE staff.
• Assumes responsibility for the collection, review and submission of all forms and reports relative to vocational education to the state and other external agencies.
• Provides leadership for the System’s instructional programs and services.
• Performs such other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.
• Master’s degree in educational leadership, business administration or related field.
• Illinois Professional Educator License with “General Administrative” approval/endorsement required.
• Approval/endorsement by the Illinois State Board of Education in one or more of the following occupational areas (Secondary Grades 9 thru 12): Agriculture, health, industrial technology, family and consumer science, and business required.
• Minimum of 2,000 hours of employment experience in non-education field required.
• Minimum of three years of experience in grants writing/management preferred.
• Three years of successful teaching experience preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of rules and regulations affecting Career and Technical Education.
• Best practices in technical education curriculum and instruction.
• Current state and national performance standards for high school students.
• Evaluating assistant principals, teachers, and staff to improve performance.
• Lead a team to effectively implement reform
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
• Assess problems and generate and implement solutions
• Take initiative, be self-directed, and achieve goals with minimal supervision
• Focus staff on goal of student achievement