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Updated December 7, 2016:
NEAAAT is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
 
  •  Immediate Opening for a Math Instructional Coach/Teacher
  •  School Administrator
  • Instructional Coaches (Teachers) – Computer Science, Math, Engineering, Science & Social Studies for High School and Middle School
  • Substitute Bus Drivers
  • Substitute Teacher

NEAAAT offers competitive salaries, paid vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and participates in the NC State Health Plan and NC Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System (TSERS).  The working environment is designed to foster creativity and professional growth through a team-based approach. Please direct all employment inquiries to Holly Luther, Office Manager at (252) 562-0653.


JOB DESCRIPTIONS

To Apply

Individuals meeting the qualifications for this position are invited to submit a letter detailing their interest, a resume and list of references, current professional license(s) and any other pertinent information to the Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies (info@northeastacademy.org).  For inquiries, please contact the school at (252) 562-0653.

NEAAAT provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, NEAAAT complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

JOB DESCRIPTION – School Administrator

Position: School Administrator
Reports To: Chief Executive Officer
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
Benefits: Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System (TSERS) and NC State Health Plan
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Term: 12 months
Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies is a public regional STEM school located on the campus of ECSU. Our coaches facilitate learning through hands-on, project and problem based instruction thoughtfully designed to challenge students. We encourage and support each other to think differently, creatively, and purposefully about teaching and learning, keeping with the idea that we’re all teachers, we’re all learners, and
we all have potential for high intellectual and professional growth throughout our lives.
Position Purpose
The School Administrator serves as a member of the leadership team and plays a major role in developing and implementing the total school program. Major job functions include, but are not limited to, developing and implementing policies, programs, curriculum, activities, and budgets in a manner that promotes the educational development of each student and the professional development of each team member. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, dynamic self-starter with previous leadership experience at the school or district level.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
● Assist in establishing, implementing, and evaluating procedures used to carry out the daily routine of the school.
● Help maintain up-to-date student performance data to evaluate student progress in the instructional program.
● Supervise and appraise the performance of the school staff in accordance with state and local requirements.
● Assist with the development of an effective professional learning community aligned with strategic goals, focused on results.
● Relate to students with mutual respect while carrying out a positive and effective discipline policy.
● Provide activities which facilitate the professional growth of the school staff and enhance school quality.
● Organize, oversee, and provide support to the various services, supplies, materials, and equipment provided to carry out the school program.
● Promote and enhance the instructional program by leveraging home, school, and community partnerships to address barriers to learning and achievement.
● Maintain effective relationships with the university and other post-secondary institutions, employers, community leaders and organizations for the purposes of collaboration, building resources and expanding program opportunities.
● Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional growth by participating in professional learning
activities aligned to professional and school goals.
● Follow all rules, policies and procedures of NEAAAT, along with state and federal regulations pertaining to school issues.
● Consistently demonstrate a positive attitude toward the job and remain a highly flexible and innovative team builder.
● Prepare and submit accurate and timely reports to state and federal agencies, grantees, and other stakeholders in accordance with established guidelines to ensure program compliance.
● Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested by the CEO.
Qualifications
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
● Understanding of the emotional and social development of children and the influences of family, community, and cultural differences on student success.
● Familiarity with current trends and leading innovations in education.
● Ability to work effectively in a collegial, team-centered environment.
● Intrinsically motivated and dedicated to continuous professional and personal growth.
● Represent the school positively in the community.
● Excellent organizational skills and communication skills, both written and oral.
● Demonstrate functional knowledge of a wide range of technologies to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
● Ability to cultivate effective relationships with post-secondary institutions, employers, community leaders and organizations.
● Ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously without direct supervision.
● Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, while adhering to common rules of punctuation, grammar, diction, and style.
● Ability to provide leadership and to supervise the planning, development and establishment of new, modified or improved programs, services and activities.
● Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
● Ability to perform under stress, deal with persons acting under stress and adapt when confronted with emergency situations.
● Knowledge of confidentiality requirements in local, state and federal laws and regulations.
● Physical ability (able to exert up to 40 pounds of force occasionally) and dexterity to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job.
Education, Training, Experience
● Master’s degree in school administration, curriculum and instruction, or closely related field.
● Minimum of five years experience in the field of education; Minimum of five years experience as a middle or high school educator preferred.
● Experience with school or district leadership, exceptional children, instructional technology, student discipline, transportation, school nutrition, grant writing and monitoring, school finance, curriculum development, and/or facilities management preferred, but not required.
Certification and License Requirements
● Valid and current NC Professional Educator’s License.
● NC Principal Licensure preferred, but not required; Must be eligible and committed to obtaining Principal Licensure within 2 years.
Other
● Possess a deep commitment to serve the needs of students and families who are first generation college
goers and those typically underrepresented in postsecondary education and STEM fields.

Instructional Coaches (Teachers)

Positions:

     Immediate Openings: Math, Science, Engineering, IT, Programming

**NEAAAT accepts applications for all other content areas throughout the year. Anyone interested in employment with NEAAAT is encouraged to apply at any time.

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Salary:  Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Benefits: Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System (TSERS) and NC State Health Plan

FLSA Status: Exempt

Work Week Schedule: Monday – Friday

Work Hours:  8:00AM – 4:00PM; occasional evenings and weekends

Employment Term: 10 months; potential for extended employment

 

The Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies (NEAAAT) is an innovative regional school that educates a diverse group of students for advanced careers and degree programs in STEM-related fields. Our school is designed as a statewide model that will graduate students who have earned up to two years of college credit along with their high school diploma. Students benefit from interdisciplinary project-based learning opportunities aligned to economic and workforce development priorities, earning industry-standard credentials and certifications along the way.  Located on the ECSU campus, NEAAAT is a center for teacher preparation and development as well as a driver for education innovations throughout the Albemarle area and across our state.

Position Purpose

Teachers in innovative schools have a commitment to ensure that every student graduates from high school ready for college, careers, and life. Through rigorous teaching and learning based on high expectations along with extensive, onsite coaching, teachers foster a culture of collaborative inquiry providing students with the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) knowledge, skills, and dispositions that will enable them to participate fully in the technologically-rich, contemporary society.  NEAAAT teachers are positive, enthusiastic, and proactive educators with a demonstrated passion for working with middle and high school age students.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

 

  • Plan, prepare, and deliver rigorous engaging lessons in ways that build upon individual strengths and offer students maximum opportunities to participate in the planning and direction of their own learning experience
  • Engage all students in learning using a contextual project based instructional format
  • Lead students to develop soft skills, including critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and collaboration skills
  • Utilize technology to facilitate instruction and maximize student learning
  • Employ a variety of assessment tools and strategies to measure student progress toward learning, college and career goals
  • Identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet students’ varying needs
  • Counsel students through service as an Advisor in the Advisory Program
  • Promote high expectations and the skills needed for success beyond high school
  • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs
  • Promote family support of students’ learning experience within the context of multicultural understanding and competencies
  • Promote and enhance the instructional program by leveraging home, school, and community partnerships to address barriers to learning and achievement
  • Develop and provide training and educational programs that address the goals and mission of the educational institution
  • Demonstrate personal commitment to professional growth through participation in professional learning activities
  • Contribute as a member of a high-performing teacher team
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

  • Strong academic foundation with the ability to integrate STEM across content areas
  • Understanding of the emotional and social development of children and the influences of family, community, and cultural differences on student success
  • Familiarity with current trends and leading innovations in education
  • Ability to work effectively in a collegial, team-centered environment
  • Intrinsically motivated and dedicated to continuous professional and personal growth
  • Ability to effectively engage parents and community in the learning process
  • Represents the school positively in the community.
  • Excellent organizational skills and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Understands the critical nature of building positive working relationships with students, parents and colleagues
  • Effectively integrate technology in the classroom to enhance learning

 

Education, Training, Experience

  • Core Content Areas: Bachelor’s degree in education or related field; Master’s degree or higher preferred; Minimum of three years experience as a middle or high school teacher preferred
  • Engineering, IT, Programming: Associate degree or higher in related field, with 3 or more years experience in the field; Bachelor’s degree or higher in education or STEM-related field preferred; Experience with avionics, aerospace engineering, networking, project management, and/or computer programming preferred

 

Certification and License Requirements

  • NC Professional Educator’s License preferred, but not required; Must be eligible to obtain license within 3 years

 

Other

  • Possess a deep commitment to serve the needs of students and families who are first generation college goers and those typically underrepresented in postsecondary education and STEM fields

To Apply

Individuals meeting the qualifications for this position are invited to submit a letter detailing their interest, a resume, list of references, and any other pertinent information to Holly Luther, Office Manager at hollyluther@northeastacademy.org. For inquiries, please contact the school at (252) 562-0653.

 


Bus Drivers, Substitute Bus Drivers and Substitute Teachers

NEAAAT offers competitive salaries, paid vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and participates in the NC State Health Plan and NC Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System (TSERS).  The working environment is designed to foster creativity and professional growth through a team-based approach.

Individuals interested in these positions are invited to email completed employment applications to Holly Luther, Office Manager at hollyluther@northeastacademy.org. Alternatively, applicants may bring completed print applications to the school – ECSU Moore Hall, 1001 Parkview Drive.  For inquiries, please contact us at (252) 562-0653.

 

NEAAAT provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, NEAAAT complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.