POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT April 15, 2022 POSITION: MCJROTC Instructor
LOCATION: Westover High School
The Marine Instructor (MI) works with the Senior Marine Instructor (SMI). The MI is responsible for the Leadership Education portion of the curriculum. This includes drills and ceremonies, principles of leadership and management, and communication skills. The MI assists the SMI in teaching, particularly in those areas where he/she has special competence because of his/her experience and training. The MI may give or grade tests, give career and performance counseling, and supervise Cadet activities. The MI is also involved in the enrollment and co-curricular activities of the program. The MI wears Marine Corps Uniforms while performing MCJROTC duties. The instructors, although not on active duty, are still working in and managing a military-type unit. The same NCO-Officer, subordinate-supervisor relationship which existed on active duty must be maintained in the MCJROTC unit. Only those Staff Non-Commissioned Officers who can support the objectives of MCJROTC and give their full loyalty, support, and cooperation to the SMI in achieving unit goals should apply for this position. The Marine Instructor MUST BE CERTIFIED by the Commanding General, Training and Education Command via Headquarters, Marine Corps JROTC to serve as an instructor prior to being officially hired by school officials.
QUALIFICATIONS: Enlisted Non-Commissioned Officer with at least twenty (20) years of active duty and eligible to receive retirement pay upon release from active duty; Must be selected by school officials from a list of applicants who are certified as MCJROTC instructors by the Commanding General, Training & Education Command (C46JR); Provide a letter of recommendation from your current reporting senior or civilian supervisor along with a copy of your current resume to the SMI for review; Hold a high school diploma; Must have a competitive military record reflected within the resume; Must be physically qualified according to Marine Corps Standards; applicants using the Body Composition Program (BCP) standards will not exceed those standards as they apply to each individual candidate; Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate. SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to relate to and motivate all students; Ability to successfully integrate technology into the classroom while engaging students; Excellent communication and instructional skills; Ability to perform routine physical activities that are required to fulfill job responsibilities. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: The Marine employed by the school will be designated as the support staff to the Senior Marine Instructor; Instructors are required to maintain traditional Marine Corps standards of decorum and personal appearance; Particular attention is directed to the maintenance of proper uniforms, haircuts, and to height and weight standards as prescribed by current regulations; Personnel employed as instructors will wear the Marine Corps uniform during the school day and during all MCJROTC-related co-curricular and extracurricular activities such as drill and marksmanship competitions, community service and field trips, etc.; Responsible for the security of unit-level government property; Other related duties regarding the program operations may be assigned. REPORTS TO: Principal
SALARY RANGE: 12 months, Minimum Instructor Pay plus a 7% Stipend for Drill/Color Guard Competition Coaching; Rifle Team Coaching; Summer Training and other Community Service Events as may be assigned.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: The review of applicants will begin on April 29, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled. INTERESTED APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY ONLINE.
THE DOUGHERTY COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, AGE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, OR DISABILITY
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The Dougherty County School System is a leading catalyst and advocates for public education in Southwest Georgia. It's the largest school system in the second congressional district. The school district has 21 schools (14 elementary, 4 middle, and 3 high schools), five learning centers, and the Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy. All schools are accredited by Cognia The DCSS offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Dougherty County is recognized for its quail and duck hunting, fishing, the Flint River, and many cypress swamps. The County has a population of approximately 90,000. Our County has two institutions of higher education, Albany State University, and Albany Technical College. Notable points of interest include the Albany Museum of Art, the Flint RiverQuarium, the Albany Civil Rights Institute, the Parks at Chehaw, Radium Springs Gardens, and Thronateeska Heritage Center, which includes the Museum of History, Wetherbee Planetarium, and the Science Discovery Center. Dougherty County is a short drive to Atlanta, the Georgia coast, as well as the Florida Gulf Coast beaches. Important Note This document provides descriptive information about the above Dougherty County School System position. Work actually performed by incumbents in this position may vary. Although this document may be used for recruiting, staffing, or career planning, the information contained herein should only be used as a guideline or recommendation for the content of and qualifications for this position. The Dougherty County School System reserves the right to make changes to this document as deemed necessary without providing advance written notice.
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