Baltimore County Public Schools
BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
: School Principal
Under the direction of the school principal, plans and provides for appropriate learning experiences for secondary school students in the JROTC curriculum. Instructs and supervises students in a variety of school-related settings. Monitors and evaluates student outcomes. Performs other duties as assigned.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Instructs cadets in the JROTC curriculum during the school year. Develops short and long range plans for achieving curriculum goals, gathers appropriate materials, establishes clear objectives for lessons, and formulates appropriate lesson plans.
Meets and instructs assigned classes at designated locations and times. Maintains a safe and orderly learning environment.
Recruits cadets and provides appropriate counseling to cadets enrolled in JROTC programs. Evaluates student progress and submits necessary government reports on a timely basis.
Plans and implements instructional programs that adhere to system wide goals and priorities and meet the needs, interests, and abilities of students.
Coordinates, plans and executes duties and responsibilities in conjunction with the BCPS JROTC Facilitator, and respective military service regional managers/directors.
Organizes, supervises and participates in extracurricular activities for JROTC cadets to include color guard, drill teams and other special activities.
Maintains knowledge of current professional military standards, including physical fitness requirements.
Creates an instructional environment that is conducive to the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of cadets.
Communicates standards, achievements, and deficiencies to students and parents. Meets with students and parents.
Maintains complete and accurate student academic, attendance, and disciplinary records. Maintains JROTC student records as required by military service regulations and local policies. Monitors and assesses students' academic progress.
Oversees the appropriate use and care of textbooks, instructional materials, uniforms, facilities, and equipment.
Collaborates with school administrators, other teachers, paraeducators, parents, and community members in the education of students.
Attends staff meetings. Serves on various committees.
Education, Training, and Experience
Must be a retired officer or a United States Military Service Non-Commissioned Officer. Graduation from an accredited college or university with an Associate of Arts or Bachelor's degree is preferred. A bachelor's degree is required for Senior JROTC Instructors. Must meet the minimum qualifications and standards required by the appropriate military branch.
Licenses and Certificates
Must be certified as an instructor by their respective military service branch.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of the principles and practices of military training. Knowledge of effective instructional techniques. Knowledge of instructional materials and equipment.
Skill in instructing students. Skill in supervising students and managing behavior. Skill in preparing and implementing lesson plans. Skill in communicating with students, their parents, administrators, and others.
Knowledge of and skill in the use of computers including word processing, database, spreadsheet and email applications.
Ability to appropriately maintain confidential information.
PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
The work of this class is generally performed in a school environment. Work may require the ability to move around the school and classroom.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Requires attendance at after-school and evening meetings and events.
Position is eligible for membership in the Maryland State Retirement System.
: 8/2008, 12/2010
This document describes the duties and responsibilities of a position. It shall not be held to exclude duties not referenced nor limit the right of management to assign work to employees.
Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required
Please read and carefully follow the instructions provided below.
Applicants are required to have a completed application on file for employment with the Baltimore County Public Schools, and a separate completed application must be submitted for each position and location in which you are interested.
Professional references must be submitted to complete your application. Examples of professional references include current and former principals, supervisors, managers, mentor teachers and university/college supervisors.. Personal references from colleagues, friends, community members, etc will not be accepted.
Be sure to account for all periods of employment and unemployment, including student teaching and internship experience, and include names, addresses, and telephone numbers of employers.
Be sure to answer all criminal background questions. If you answer yes to any of the criminal background questions you must provide a written explanation. A criminal offense does not necessarily exclude an applicant from employment with BCPS. Factors such as passage of time since the offense, the nature of the violation, and the extent of rehabilitation will be taken into consideration.
Before you can be considered for employment, you MUST
have the following items attached to your application:
A copy of your TEACHER CERTIFICATION (if applicable).
A copy of your TRANSCRIPTS.
A copy of your PRAXIS or other state test scores.
A copy of your MARYLAND IN-SERVICE COURSE SLIPS (if applicable).
All persons employed by the Baltimore County Public Schools, regular and temporary, are required to be fingerprinted and have a criminal background investigation (State of Maryland, Senate Bill 315, effective October 1, 1986) completed. The fee charged for fingerprinting is $67.25. An identification card will be issued which must be shown prior to employment.
Anyone offered employment is required to provide proper identification and documentation of eligibility for employment in the US.
If you have military experience you will be asked to provide a copy of DD214.
Official transcripts for all higher education must be received prior to contract signing.
Some positions will require employees to undergo a physical examination and/or drug testing.
All newly hired personnel must
Badges and Benefits
Additional job verification will be required for salary credit.
The Board of Education of Baltimore County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, or veteran status in matters affecting employment or in providing access to educational programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding the Board's nondiscrimination policies should be directed to: EEO Officer, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Baltimore County Public Schools, 6901 Charles Street, Building B, Towson, Maryland 21204 (443-809-8937). There is a compliance officer responsible for identifying, preventing, and remedying prohibited harassment concerning students. Complaints of harassment should be directed to the executive director, Department of School Safety and Security, 9610 Pulaski Park Drive, Suite 219, Baltimore, Maryland 21220 (443-809-4360).
Secondary Staffing Team
6901 Charles Street, E Building
Towson, Maryland 21204