The direction of
this program will be determined over the next year
working in collaboration with the student support
services department. It is funded through 2012-13
and future funding is contingent upon the success of
the revised program.
Under the direction of the Principal of the Capital
Area Career Center, the Custodial Services
Instructor will provide a
comprehensive and high quality program of study which
prepares students for a career, future learning, and
leadership in custodial services. This includes
providing job and work related skills training to
individuals with disabilities.
Minimum of a
Bachelor's Degree and a valid Michigan teaching
certificate with special education endorsement in the
area of Cognitive Impairment.
knowledge and experience in programming for students
with special needs.
knowledge and application of curriculum and
interventions to utilize with students with special
competence with verbal and written communications
competence with problem solving and critical thinking
ability to use basic computer technologies and software
packages, including word processing and email.
work in a collaborative setting with multiple
colleagues and partners.
planning, organization skills.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and
experience working with high needs high school
experience in custodial services management or facilities
management or willingness to learn.
implementation of best practices in curriculum
development, teaching strategies, and assessment.
supervise all program-related student learning
quality instruction in classroom and lab settings that
helps students develop the skills, knowledge, and work
habits required for employment and future learning in the
quality lessons and lab activities which provide the
basis for rich student learning, using real life
experiences, outside experts, and other industry
resources whenever possible.
classroom and laboratory spaces to facilitate a high
quality, safe learning environment, including ordering
and managing supplies and performing routine equipment
instruction and manage students in the classroom and CACC
lab settings, as well as regularly at off-campus partner
expectations and standards for student performance,
behavior, and safety; communicate those standards to
students and parents; and uphold those standards
progress frequently, communicate that progress regularly
to the student and parents, and make instructional
adjustments and/or provide interventions for students who
are not meeting high standards.
curriculum and instruction based on developing
technological innovations and employment market
records of student achievement.
program-specific and CACC-wide marketing and recruitment
maintain business partnerships for the purpose of
providing off-campus work sites, work-based learning, and
continuous feedback for program improvements.
lead the Program Advisory Committee.
placement of students in work based learning experiences
and follow up on their progress.
and District policies in budget development and other
policies pertinent to student programs.
duties as assigned.
Traditional classroom setting and laboratory
area, and various off-campus work sites.
Technology and equipment related to
instructional delivery and custodial services