Job Posting: Info Tech Teacher at Cape Cod Tech

Full time position...

From Cape Cod Tech:

Cape Tech is hiring a teacher for its Information Technologies program for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates should possess strong content knowledge and industry experience in computer systems and networking as well as a strong desire to teach and work with young adults. Experience in teaching is preferred and four years of recent experience in the field as well as an Associate degree (or 3 years with a Bachelor's) is mandatory for candidates not currently licensed. Teachers work from the end of August to late June and enjoy all school vacations and the summer off. Full benefits and course reimbursement offered. This is a union position. TAKE NOTE: This is not a technology integration job or trainer for end user applications. We train kids to be computer technicians and network administrators. Industry certifications including but not limited to Cisco, Net+, A+, Microsoft, etc... will strengthen candidacy.

Candidates must possess or have the credentials to pursue Massachusetts Vocational Technical Teacher Licensure in Information Support Services & Networking. Candidates that are not currently licensed can be hired on a waiver if they have at least an associate degree in an IT related field and a minimum of 4 years of industry experience (or 3 years with a Bachelor's). Licensed candidates are desired, but it is common in vocational education for industry professionals to enter teaching on a waiver.

Apply here: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2965563&

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351 Pleasant Lake Ave
Harwich, MA 02645-1813


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