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1210 West 6th Street
Phone: (208) 885-6358
Fax: (208) 885-4039
aee@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
Agricultural Education &
4H Youth Development
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2040
Moscow, ID 83844-2040

State 4-H Contact

State 4-H Youth Development Contact Information

Mailing/Shipping Address:
4-H Youth Development
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3015
Moscow, ID 83844-3015

Physical Address:
Mary E. Forney Hall
1210 Blake Avenue, Room 206
Moscow, ID 83844-3015

Phone: (208) 885-6321
Fax: (208) 885-4637
E-mail: fourh@uidaho.edu
Website: www.uidaho.edu/4h

Department of Agricultural and Extension Education

Employment

Idaho

North Fremont High School, Ashton, Idaho

Full time Agricultural Science & Technology Instructor/ FFA Advisor.

 A strong candidate will have agriculture and science endorsements. Extended contract is available. North Fremont’s Ag Program has two classrooms, a shop, a greenhouse, and a 17 acre hay field.   There are around 120 students in the North Fremont Ag Program with a very active advisory/alumni group. This program has great resources and is looking for a person that works well as part of a team (two teacher department).  

Contact Principal Mr. John Anderson at North Fremont High School 208-652-7468, his cell at 801-913-9144 or johna@sd215.net. Mr. Anderson was just selected to be the Principal for next school year upon the retirement of our current principal. You can also contact Tom Jacobsen at 208-521—3956 or tomj@sd215.net  with any questions. 

Vocational Agricultural Teacher/Professional Technical Educator

Location - Bonners Ferry High School

Areas of instruction could include:  welding, fabrication, and leadership. Instructor will be the FFA Advisor.

This is a certified, full time position with district benefits.   4-day school week.  Valid Idaho certificate with proper endorsement required.  Salary based on Certified Salary Schedule.  

Please find our application process at:  http://www.bcsd101.com/employmentopportunities

Mike Welch, principal at Marsh Valley High School mwelch@mvsd21.org. Position open until filled. 

Salmon River Jt. School District #243 is hiring an Agriculture Education Instructor for the 2014-2015 academic year:

  •  Classes could include welding, wood working, animal Science, plant science, and leadership
  • Instructor will also be the FFA Advisor

Applications are available at the Salmon River Joint School District 243 website (http://www.jsd243.org).  For more information, contact Michelle Hollon or Jim Doramus 208-628-3143.

Culdesac School District

Is hiring an Agricultural Education Instructor.  The application is available on the school district website:

www.culsch.org under Employment and Certified positions.

For more information contact Principal Shannon Morris at smorris@culsch.org.

Burley High School, Burley, Idaho

Full time Agricultural Science & Technology Instructor/ FFA Advisor

Courses taught by this position include

  • Ag Biology
  • Intro to Ag Industry
  • Into to Ag Mechanics

A strong candidate will have agriculture and science endorsements. Extended contract is available.

Burley Ag Program is looking forward to completing it's new animal science building in the near future. The new building has a classroom, two offices, wet lab, and indoor arena. This new facility is in addition to the existing ag building which houses two classrooms, two offices, and a shop. A headhouse, greenhouse, and two cold frames are also part of the facilities. The program is looking to expand it's Animal Science pathway so future classes could include advanced animal science, reproduction, nutrition, livestock management, veterinary technology, etc.

There are around 300 students in the Burley Ag Program and it boasts an active and involved advisory/alumni group. This program has great resources and is looking for a person that works well as part of a team (three teacher department).

The position will be posted within the week at http://www.generalasp.com/sd151/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp . Contact Vice Principal Mr. Levi Power at Burley High School 208-878-6606 or powlevi@cassiaschools.org. Mr. Power was just selected to be the Principal for next school year upon the retirement of our current principal. You can also contact Lex Godfrey at godfreyl@cassiaschools.org or Sam Condie at consam@cassiaschools.org or myself with any questions. 


Other Sites for Positions
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Arizona

Current Arizona Positions can be found at http://cals.arizona.edu/desert_roses/az_jobs.htm.

Colorado


 
Montana


Interested individuals should contact Brad King, the Montana Agricultural Education Specialist. He is willing to email updates of teaching positions available in Montana if you send him your contact information (e-mail address and phone number) His office number is 406-444-4451 and his email is bking2@mt.gov.

Washington



Nevada

Agriculture Education Programs Professional - Nevada State Department of Education

The current supervisor has given notice to return to Idaho.  The position oversees the 27 agriculture education programs with 3000 students statewide.  They are responsible for standards and assessments and professional development. Other duties include state and Perkins grant supervision and monitoring. Nevada has an active Team Ag Ed, with an executive secretary of the FFA Association and FFA Foundation and agriculture literacy coordinator at the department of Agriculture.

Salary range is negotiable within the pay grade. The state has no state income tax, no social security deductions, and you are vested in the retirement system within five years. The applicant must have two years of agriculture education teaching experience and possess a Master’s degree.

For further information, call Sue Poland at 775-687-7281 until June 10th.  

Battle Mountain High School (2014-15)

STARTING DATE: August 2014
SALARY & BENEFITS: The annual salary will be determined by appropriate placement on the Lander County School District Certified Salary Schedule. LCSD has a limit of five (5) years of out of state experience that a teacher may bring into the District. All years and /or placement in Nevada will be honored.

Salary range: $36,281 to $76,164
District paid retirement (PERS)
Health insurance premium by District for employee
112.5 hours of sick leave per year
3 personal leave days per year (after completing 1 year of service)
No state income tax

QUALIFICATIONS: Highly qualified NV Secondary 7-12 license endorsed in Agricultural Education and Biology issued by the Nevada Department of Education.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Shall report directly to the site administrator and/or Superintendent. Duties consist of teaching the appropriate grade Nevada Curriculum Standards to mastery for all students in your class. LCSD reserves the right to designate all teaching stations (schools), work assignments, and other duties assigned.

New employees must participate in an induction/mentoring program.
This position will give instruction in occupations associated with agriculture production, natural resources, processing and distribution of food and fiber. Occupational education and training in agriculture and agri-business are essential to the continued economic health of Nevada and the nation, as it provides the needed competent and trained work force.

Instruction in business/specialized agriculture provides training in specific occupational skills, duties, and tasks, as determined by the business and industry needs. Specialized career and technical agriculture programs will include, but are not limited to, the following: ornamental horticulture, floriculture design, turf and landscape management, equine science and technology, forestry technology, wildlife management and enforcement, food science and processing, feedlot management, animal science, veterinary science, agriculture power systems, natural resources and reclamation, mining science and operations, nursery and greenhouse management, landscape architecture, irrigation and chemical management, lawn care and maintenance, and agriculture construction.
The candidate for this position should also be certified in another content area associated with the sciences such as Biology.

CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until filled.

APPLICATION: To be considered, application materials submitted must include:
Formal letter of interest
Resume
Completed application
Placement file/three (3) letters of recommendation
Transcripts (copies for application packet)
NV Secondary 7-12 license endorsed in Agricultural Education and Biology

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER: Submit a formal letter of interest to Sallie Snapp.

APPLICATION MAY BE REQUESTED FROM:
Lander County School District District Website at
Administration Office www.lander.k12.nv.us
P.O. Box 1300 Electronic copies are available
Battle Mountain, NV 89820
Phone: (775) 635-2886
Contact Person:
Sallie Snapp, Personnel


Oregon


Current Oregon Positions can be found at
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