skip to main content
Current Openings:  Secondary back button

Issue Date:  Friday, July 27, 2018
Advertisement Period:  Friday, July 27, 2018 - UNTIL FILLED
Application Deadline:  UNTIL FILLED
Advertised No.:

TITLE JROTC Army Instructor

  This is a Certified Position
GENERAL INFORMATION TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Position available immediately 10 month contract
QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Alabama JROTC Instructor Certificate Background investigation required by Army and State Department of Education Competency In: • Preparing for and Presenting Organized Instruction • Assessment and Evaluation • Classroom Management • Establishing a Positive Learning Environment • Interpersonal Relations • Written and Spoken Communication • Subject Matter Content
SALARY RANGE According to entitlement computation by Army
PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING REQUIRED: Attach to Teach in Alabama online application: Letter of Interest, transcripts, teaching certificate, and resume. Include three references with email addresses on the online application.
Applications are available at the Alabama State Department of Education Teach in Alabama website which can be accessed through Questions concerning this position should be directed to Cindy Brownfield, Director of Human Resources, at (334) 774-5197. Applications will be screened and interviews will be extended to selected applicants based on qualifications. Current employees of Ozark City Schools should submit a letter of interest to Mrs. Brownfield. The Ozark City Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

The Board is an equal opportunity employer.  Personnel actions and decisions will be made without regard to factors or consideration prohibited by federal or state law (as such laws may from time to time be amended), including but not limited to race, color, gender/sex, age, disability or genetic information, national origin, citizenship, and religious preference.  The Superintendent is authorized and directed to implement such rules, regulations, procedures, and directives as necessary and appropriate to implement and enforce this policy and any law prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, including the designation of one or more complaint/grievance investigators, officials, or coordinators, the development of complaint or grievance procedures for responding to allegations of unlawful discrimination, the provision of training or dissemination of instructional materials and advisories to appropriate staff members, and the administration of corrective or remedial action in response to violations of the law and of this policy.

Copyright © 2019 Ozark City Schools SCHOOLinSITES Logo Grey