Salome High School is looking for a passionate high school Building Trades
(CTE) teacher for the 2021-2022 school year.
Our Building Trades program is a program our school takes great pride in. Over
multiple years, students learn about tools and safety, planning and designing
of construction, and build sheds and a house
Current classes include:
Career Exploration courses help students identify and evaluate personal goals,
priorities, aptitudes, and interests with the goal of helping them make
informed decisions about their careers. These courses expose students to
various sources of information on career and training options and may also
assist them in developing job search and employability skills.
Building Trades: This course prepares the individual to apply and demonstrate
advanced technical knowledge and skills in various types of construction. This
lab based course will provide the students an opportunity to participate in
the planning, design and completion of project based activities. i.e.
electrical, masonry/brick laying, concrete finishing, HVAC, plumbing, floor
systems, wall and ceiling framing, site layout, interior and exterior finish
and roof applications.
Industrial Technology: This foundation course will prepare students to use a
wide variety of construction tools and equipment and maintain a safe work
environment. The student will develop an understanding of construction math,
financial operations, reading blueprints, basic rigging and basic construction
techniques. The student will develop skills in oral and written communication
as they relate to the construction industry. This course is designed to help
students develop an enhanced understanding of teamwork, employability skills
and career opportunities in the construction field.
Most of our teachers fulfill multiple roles (teacher, coach, IT, class
sponsor, etc.) and/or teach multiple subjects. If you have additional
interests we may be able to accommodate those as well!
Salome High School is a small rural school that covers over 3,800 square miles
in Western Arizona. We are located about 60 miles west of the Greater Phoenix
Area and about 60 miles from the Arizona/California border. Teaching in a
small school like Salome, you are able to teach to your passions in your
classroom. Class sizes are relatively small, and as long as you are teaching
to the standards, you will have flexibility in what you teach and how you