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Tuloso-Midway ISD - (Area 10)  4/18/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher for 4 teacher department
Year- Round School District
207 Day Contract plus stipend
Welding and Shop experience required
Education/Certification:
Bachelor's degree from accredited university Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science Special Knowledge/Skills:
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology General knowledge of curriculum and instruction Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience:
At least one year student teaching or approved internship Knowledge of Livestock- Cattle is a plus.
Must be able to pull a trailer.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Classroom teacher
FFA Advisor
Supervise SAE projects
Train LDE and CDE teams
Additional duties as assigned
LDE and CDE preparation
Organizational skills
Effective communication skills
Capable of being a team player
Curriculum and instruction
Lesson planning and presentation
Use of technology and ability to incorporate student use of technology in curriculum How to Apply: 
Apply at www.esc2.net
 

Cranfills Gap ISD - (Area 8)  4/18/2019  
Seeking Enthusiastic, energetic individual needed for one teacher department for the 2019-2020 school year.
Supportive administration and community
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Start date July 2019
Interested applicants should email a current resume to: shana.campbell@cranfillsgapisd.net
Contact: Shana Campbell, Principal (254) 263-3388, shana.campbell@cranfillsgapisd.net
Website information www.cranfillsgapisd.net 
 

Iowa Park CISD - (Area 4)  4/18/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher
Job responsibilities
Department Head Position 
Valid teaching degree/ certification in Agriculture
Bachelor degree obtained from a credited university
12 month contract / Stipend included
Ag trucks and trailers for use
Must be willing to work as a team within 3 teacher program
Be motivated, hard work ethic, team player
Willing to share various projects and duties of a growing 260 member chapter
Train LDE CDE Teams / attend State Convention & Area Leadership Camps
CDL license or willing to obtain ASAP
Classes : AFNR, Small Animal / Equine Production/ Wildlife / Livestock Production
Supervise / Assist students with SAE,  cattle (STEER) / swine projects
Attend local & major stock shows
Willing to travel and work weekends
Assist students with Record books/ Awards-Applications
Assist with Chapter fundraisers/ Alumni Organization & fundraisers
Assist with Chapter Officers/ duties
Strong organizational, strong communication and interpersonal skills
Strong classroom / behavior management
Preferred experience of 5 Years or more
For questions please contact:
Leah Russell 
940-592-2144
Email a resume and letter of interest to 
lrussell@ipcisd.net
 

Temple High School - (Area 12)  4/17/2019  
Agricultural Science Teacher - Temple High (CTE-THS-Ag)
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate
Contract Term: 216 Days
Salary Range $51,401.00 to $70,882.00
Contact: 
David McCauley, MPA, pHCLE
Senior Director of Staffing
Temple Independent School District
Office: 254.215.6764|  Fax: 254.215.6787  Follow @TISDHR
For more information click here
 

Sierra Blanca School - (Area 2)  4/17/2019  
Campus Description: Sierra Blanca School is a small 1A 6-man district in the mountain desert of West Texas serving approximately 120 students in Pre-K- 12th grade. 
Led by a visionary school board, Sierra Blanca ISD aspires to be the best educational opportunity in West Texas. Our students excel in academic and athletic endeavors and are accustomed to being held to ever-increasing standards of performance in the classroom and in competitive arenas.
We are seeking qualified professional who holds himself/herself to the highest expectations, is passionate about improving the lives of children through education and is a great team player.
We would love to visit with qualified candidates!
Contact: 
Ebby Loeffler
Superintendent
Sierra Blanca ISD
P. O. Box 308
Sierra Blanca, TX 79851
Phone:  915-369-3741

Brazoswood High School - (Area 3)  4/17/2019  
*Seeking Certified Agriculture Science Teacher with emphasis in Floral Design.
*At least 3 years’ experience preferred
*Will be part of a four-teacher department
*12-month contract – pay based on Brazosport ISD Pay Scale
*School truck and trailers available
*Courses taught will be dependent on strengths and preferences of the three teachers
*2019-2020 Courses to be Offered at Brazoswood HS: Principles of AFNR, Livestock Production, Vet Med Applications, Advanced Animal Science, Floral Design, Advanced Floral Design, Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management,  Introduction to Ag Mech and Metal ,Ag Mechanics-Design and Fabrication, Practicum in AFNR
*Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
*Knowledge of AET Record Books and Advanced Degree Opportunities is highly preferred
*Assist in training LDEs, CDEs, public speakers
*Assist in scholarships and degree applications
*Assist with major livestock shows (FW, SALE, HLSR and Austin) and fall County Fair projects
*Assist in preparing students for District, Area, and State Officer positions
*Active at District/Area/State Conventions
*Class B CDL with Passenger and School Bus endorsements or willing to obtain
Must be willing to work as a team within a 4 teacher department
*Strong support from Administration and Local School Board
*Very supportive and active FFA Alumni Chapter
*Willing and able to work evenings and weekends with overnight stay
*Begin July 1
*Send resume documents to Gail Coulter, AST at gail.coulter@brazosportisd.net 
*To apply: www.brazosportisd.net – Employment – High School Teacher 9-12
*Contact:
Rita Pintavalle, HS Principal – rita.pintavalle@brazosportisd.net
Jessie Jennings, CTE Director – Jessie.jennings@brazosportisd.net

Bronte ISD - (Area 2)  4/17/2019  
Seeking Ag Science Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year – Start date July 2019
Single teacher department
Well rounded instructional program and livestock projects.
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas certification
CDL or willing to obtain
12 month contract
Contact: Tim Siler, Superintendent at 325-473-2511, tim.siler@bronteisd.net
Website information www.bronteisd.net

Academy ISD - (Area 12)  4/16/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Mechanics Teacher (SY 2019-2020)
For more information and to apply Click Here
Contact:
Mistie Dakroub, HS Principal
Academy High School
602 E. Main
Little River Academy, TX 76554
(254) 982-4201
mistie.dakroub@academyisd.net

Angleton ISD - (Area 3)  4/16/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Teacher (2019-2020 School Year)
Apply online at www.angletonisd.net
Contacts:  Anthony Smedley, Campus Principal, asmedley@angletonisd.net
Roy Gardner, CATE Coordinator, rgardner@angletonisd.net
Applicants may contact Human Resources at 979-864-8029 for details.
 

McKinney North High School - (Area 5)  4/16/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher for 2019-2020 school year
Position will teach Principle of Ag, Floral Science, and Advanced Floral Science
For more information click here
Contact
Josh Greenwood
Assistant Principal
McKinney North H.S.
McKinney ISD
469-302-4367

Canton High School - (Area 6)  4/16/2019  
Position:  Agriculture Science Teacher w/emphasis in Ag. Mechanics
Three teacher department, 4A high school
226 day contract
Bachelor’s Degree
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agriculture Science and Technology
CDL or willing to obtain
Expectations:  must be willing to participate in all necessary activities to ensure a successful FFA program, promote all aspects of the FFA program, train LDE and CDE teams, participate in livestock shows, work cooperatively with other teachers, and have strong classroom management skills.
Contact:
Tara Spencer, AST tspencer@cantonisd.com
Dusty Spencer, Principal dspencer@cantonisd.com
https://www.cantonisd.net/apps/jobs/

Bastrop ISD - (Area 12)  4/15/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher (2019-20 School Year)
For more information click here
Contact
Edgar Torres, M.Ed.
Associate Principal
Cedar Creek High School
Bastrop ISD
512-772-7300

Lexington High School - (Area 12)  4/15/2019  
Seeking Welding Manufacturing Instructor
Full time, 226 day position (12 months), with stipend
Lexington ISD is a 3A school with a successful three teacher agriculture program in Lee County, Texas.  We provide a wide variety of agriculture educational opportunities.
Primary classroom responsibilities will include courses associated with Ag Mechanics and Principles of Manufacturing as they relate to Welding.
Crucial to the role will be the ability to prepare students for ASE and/or NCCER Welding industry based certifications and/or meet dual credit partnership credentialing expectations.
Ability to instruct students, manage a classroom and motivate students to participate in all levels of the FFA Program, district, area, state and national levels; associated Welding contests through other programs such as TXWeld.org or TSA.
Special Knowledge and Skills
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of agricultural mechanics and technologies
Knowledge of agricultural structures, design and fabrication
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Google.suite
Industry based certification process(es)
Expectations beyond the classroom for this position include attendance and representation at major shows, CDE/LDE events, conferences, FFA conventions, contests, officer camps, events and meetings. The position requires an instructor with the ability to advise students on major and county projects.  
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and a valid Texas teaching certificate in Agriculture Science is required,  All interested applicants should complete the district application:  https://www.lexingtonisd.net/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=385040&type=d&pREC_ID=1149230
Contact:  Sarah Garrison, Principal, Lexington High School
garrisons@lexingtonisd.net
979-773-2254 ext 230

Jarrell High School - (Area 12)  4/15/2019  
Adding a third Ag teacher  for the 2019-2020 school year.
215 day contract + stipend
Salary according to JISD pay scale
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science and Technology
Bus Driver Certified / CDL or willing to obtain.
Expectations:
Must be willing to perform / participate in all necessary activities and functions to help maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Proficient use of instructional technology, software, web resources, and online record keeping system (AET.com).
Actively promote student participation in, and willing to train FFA LDE/CDE/SDE events.
Preferred experience with sheep and goat SAE’s.
Strong classroom instruction and student management.
Strong working knowledge of Lonestar and Proficiency Applications 
Work cooperatively with other instructors and staff members. 
Possible teaching assignment -  Career Prep, Principles of Ag, Small Animal, Equine, Vet Med and Floral Design. 
Contact: 
AST Shandy Bizzell shandy.bizzell@jarrellisd.org
AST Wes McCarley wes.mccarley@jarrellisd.org  
Employment application process can be found at
https://www.jarrellisd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=85875&type=d&pREC_ID=152010
 

Panther Creek CISD - (Area 4)  4/15/2019  
Seeking Enthusiastic, energetic individual needed for one teacher department for the 2019-2020 school year. Must have appropriate degree from an accredited university with a valid Texas certification. 
Must have CDL or willing to obtain. 
Experience a plus but not a necessity. 
11 month contract but would consider 12
$3K above base
Low cost school housing available.
Pickup and two trailers for school use.
Must have good organizational, communication and interpersonal skills and be willing to become a member of the community.
Will be responsible for the FFA chapter and all SAEP projects.
Please send application and resume to:
Dwin Nanny, Superintendent
129 Private Road 3421
Valera, TX 76884
Dwin.nanny@pcreek.net
Phone:325-357-4449
Fax: 325-357-4470

Bryson ISD - (Area 4)  4/15/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher
Bryson ISD is a 1A school district with a new Ag facility 
Requirements:
Bachelor degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate in AgScience
Exhibit strong classroom and lab skills
Excellent leadership, organizational, communication, interpersonal skills
Knowledge of certification tracks
Serve as FFA advisor
Commit to building quality LDE/CDE teams
Support students with SAE projects
Dedication to contest/livestock shows
CDL preferable 
Contract Details:
12 month 226
Ag Teacher Stipend $9,000
District pays $1,800 over state base
District pays $1,200 local supplemental stipend
District pays $367 toward employee insurance
Opened until filled:
Send resume to Bryson ISD Supt. 
Greg London glondon@brysonisd.net
Questions 325-280-1893
 

Plano East Senior High, Plano ISD - (Area 5)  4/15/2019  
Currently seeking an energetic individual to serve as agriculture science teacher/FFA Adviser for grades 11-12 in a multi-teacher department. 
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate
Agriculture science certification
Competitive Salary 
Newly renovated facilities
District trucks and trailers 
Knowledge and Skills: 
Strong classroom instruction and student management.  
Motivated 
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Be willing to work nights and weekends  
Potential Classes- Vet Tech; Practicum in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Livestock Production 
Work with teaching partners to develop, grow and maintain a quality program.  
Be willing to attend FFA camp, conventions, conference and meeting. 
Must be willing to participate in all activities and functions to maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Actively promote FFA. 
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences/projects
Oversee swine projects to show at the local and state level 
Leadership Development Events
Career Development Events 
Experience with Record Books, Applications, Awards, Scholarships
Ability to facilitate a Program of Activities (POA) that aligns with the requirements for students to earn their FFA degrees (Greenhand, Chapter, and Lone Star)
Work with booster club and buyer group 
Apply at: https://www.pisd.edu/Page/5428 
Send resumes to Karen Buechman, CTE Director 
Karen.buechman@pisd.edu 

Colmesneil High School - (Area 9)  4/15/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher In Two Teacher Department
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree from Accredited University
Valid Teachers Certification
Successful Teaching Experience working with students and parents in agriculture
Must have CDL or be willing to Obtain.
Looking For:
A fully certified teacher to help continue building a strong FFA program in East Texas. We are located in the heart of the Piney Woods of East Texas between Lufkin and Beaumont.
A team player who is highly motivated and enjoys working with students in agriculture.
Must have strong classroom skills and be willing to travel with students
Must be willing to train LDE & CDE teams
Must be willing to assist with animal projects for county fair and all major livestock shows 
Must be willing to attend all FFA Activities, Camps, Conventions, Fund Raiser, etc.
Classes to be Taught: Intro and Advanced Floral Design, Horticulture, Wildlife,  Principles, and possible other course assignments
The application can be found on the Colmesneil ISD website. Anyone who is interested please fill out application completely along with a copy of your resume and send to lance.seamans@colmesneilisd.net 
 

Keller Center for Advanced Learning (KCAL) in Keller ISD - (Area 5)  4/11/2019  
Keller Center for Advanced Learning (KCAL) in Keller ISD (Area 5)
KCAL is a 4th year CTE center with awesome students, facilities, and administrative support. All Keller ISD students in the agriculture program are enrolled at KCAL and we are the only FFA Chapter in the district.
We are adding an agriculture/veterinary science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year (202 day contract) plus a stipend.
We are a new, fast-growing, and active program that is focused on the veterinary and animal science pathway. Courses to be taught would be in the animal science pathway with 1 or 2 preps. There are plans of adding a horticulture/floral design pathway in the near future (All classes are on a block schedule).
Ability to train LDE, CDE, SDE teams at a high level. Previous success is a plus.
Assist with FFA activities, camps, conventions, community service, officer team, etc.
Assist with student SAE and animal projects for the Tarrant County Junior Livestock Show and a small group of students for the Fort Worth Stock Show.
The application will not be posted on the Keller ISD website until later in April, but any person who is interested should go ahead and send their cover letter and resume to bodie.carroll@kellerisd.net
The posting will be updated with the job link once it is online.
 

Seagoville High School - (Area 5)  4/11/2019  
Agricultural Science Teacher (215 Days)
Agriculture From Grades: 9 to 12
Implement and manage the agricultural science program for assigned campus. Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate in agricultural science
Apply at https://www.dallasisd.org/careers
After applying pleas email
Dereck Enderle (Assistant Principal) and Chris Chevez (Lead Agricultural Teacher)
denderle@dallasisd.org and cchevez@dallasisd.org 
 

Tidehaven ISD - (Area 11)  4/11/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher with an emphasis on horticulture, food tech, and principals of agriculture
Position Requirements:
Teaching Positions: Appropriate, valid Texas Teaching Certificate
Primary Purpose: Implement and manage the agricultural science program for assigned
campus. Provide students with learning activities and experiences.
Special Knowledge/Skills: Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills are required
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Willing to be FFA sponsor and all duties associated
Specific courses to be determined
CDL and bus certification REQUIRED
Application Procedures:
District Employees: Submit letter requesting transfer or reassignment, along with new application
and copy of current credentials
Outside Applicants: Submit district application, background check consent form (located at
www.tidehavenisd.com), resume, copy of transcript(s) and copy of
certification(s) credential(s) to:
Mail: Personnel Office Fax: 979-843-4309
Tidehaven ISD E-mail: dstreams@tidehavenisd.com
P.O. Box 129
El Maton, TX 77440
Any questions concerning application procedure, please call: 979-843-4307
Any questions concerning this position, please contact Patrick Talbert at 979-843-4310 or
ptalbert@tidehavenisd.com
Application Deadline: April 25, 2019

Stephenville ISD - (Area 4)  4/11/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher – Four-teacher department 
Qualifications: 
Texas Agriculture Science Certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Experience preferred but not mandatory. Applicant must possess the desire and ability to contribute to maintaining and improving the excellent program Stephenville currently has in place. 
Competitive salary 
226 day (12 month) contract
FFA Advisor stipend
Cell Phone Stipend
Vehicle Stipend
Generous travel and supply budget
Ag department trailer
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture/FFA program
Construction will begin June 1st on new agriculture facility including 4 classrooms, vet science lab, floral lab, 6500 sq. ft shop, 7200 sq. ft multipurpose facility
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program. These include but are not limited to the following activities: 
Teaching Agricultural Science Classes (9th-12th Grades):
Livestock Production, Small Animal Management/Equine Science, Advanced Animal Science, Vet Science
Supervise all swine SAE’s and assist with supervision of other SAE’s within the program
LDE/CDE/Student Award Areas
Work with FFA Officers
Attend FFA Conventions / Ag Teachers Conference, etc.                                                                                         
AET Record Books
Fundraisers
Contact With Questions: 
Ryan Best, AST – ryan.best@sville.us
Savannah Bowers, AST – savannah.bowers@sville.us
Jordan Smith, AST – jordan.smith@sville.us
Stephanie Traweek, SHS Principal – stephanie.traweek@sville.us
Application can be found at the following:
https://skyfin.sville.us/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w
 

Jacksonville High School - (Area 9)  4/11/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher
QUALIFICATIONS: 
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate in specific subject and grade level as listed 
Knowledge of Instructional strategies 
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior 
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills 
Knowledge of TEKS and state testing 
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES 
AND DUTIES: 
Prepare lessons that reflect TEKS for subject 
Must be able to manage student behavior 
Participate in staff development 
Use technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process. 
Must have well-rounded experience including ag mechanics and animal sciences
Must be willing to commit to be an active advisor for a strong FFA program
SALARY: According to JISD Salary Schedule + stipend 
LENGTH OF WORK YEAR: 10 months 
HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at: www.jisd.org 
CONTACT: Jeff Boyd email:  jeffrey.boyd@jisd.org
DEADLINE: Until Filled 

Killeen ISD Career Center - (Area 12)  4/11/2019  
Seeking an Agriculture Science teacher for our 4 teacher department in the 2019-2020 school year.
Strong background in horticulture and greenhouse operations preferred.
All applicants should have the skill set to do the following activities:
Actively promote and sponsor student participation in FFA LDE/CDE events
Lead the horticulture program
Support SAE’s
Ability to work as a team with other teachers
Apply online at: https://killeen.tx01.teams360.net/submission/EntryPointBrowseJobPostingsAction.do?applicantType=external#cntHighSchoolTeacher
Posting ID: 4467
Contact: Russell Porterfield, Principal KISD Career Center 254-336-3800

Covington ISD - (Area 8)  4/11/2019  
Seeking a teacher that is fully-certified in Secondary Agricultural Sciences and Technology (Grades 6-12) or Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (Grades 6-12) with an emphasis on shop projects as well as animal projects and animal show experience. 
Must be fully-certified to teach in Texas. 
This is a contract position on a 12-month basis. 
Must have a current Bus Driver Certification and CDL or willing to obtain as soon as possible. 
Salaries are determined by means of a board adopted 31+ step pay scale with an additional FFA Sponsor stipend of $5,000, school business use of a district truck, and a school cell phone is provided. 
You may access the teacher pay scale on our website at www.covingtonisd.org. 
Please complete the Professional Employment Application on our website located under “About CISD” and “Employment” and then upload it and/or your resume’ along with any other documentation under "Other Documents" in School Spring at https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3080273. 
Please upload a current virtual copy of your teaching certification from SBEC that can be found on TEA’s website at https://secure.sbec.state.tx.us/SBECONLINE/virtcert.asp. 
Experience:
One year student teaching or approved internship
Job Description
The following describes the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to these job openings and is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.
Primary Purpose:
Direct and manage the agricultural science program for assigned campus. Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
Qualifications:
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate
Demonstrated competency in agricultural science
CPR & First Aid Certificate
Special Knowledge/Skills:
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
 

Latexo Independent School District - (Area 9)  4/10/2019  
Currently seeking an Ag Science Teacher for grades 7-12.
Latexo ISD is a 2A District located about 8 miles from Crockett. It consist of two campuses with Pre-k thru 6th grades on the Elementary Campus and 7th-12th grades on the High School Campus.
Position is opened until filled.
We are a 1-to-1  Google App district.
Applications may be downloaded from the school website at www.latexoisd.net.
Please submit all applications to ashoemake@latexoisd.net.
For more information contact Ashley Shoemake @ 936-544-5664.
Experience: Preferred
Certifications: 
Valid Texas Teacher Certificate 
Must have CDL or willingness to obtain license as soon as possible
Duties:
Training LDE and CDE Events Teams 
Overseeing animal projects and SAEs
Assist students with online record books and completing degree and scholarship applications 
Possible Classes: 
Principles of AFNR 
Ag Mech and Metal Tech 
Horticulture
Advanced Plant and Soil Science 
Welding and Advanced Welding 
Jr. High Ag
Wildlife/ Forestry 
Pay Scale:  Competitive with a 11-month contract
 

Grape Creek ISD - (Area 2)  4/10/2019  
Seeking: Ag Science Teacher/FFA Advisor
Contract to begin on July 1, 2019
3A School/Two-Teacher Department
12 month contract plus stipend
Requirements:  
Bachelors Degree from and accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science.
CDL and Bus Certification or willing to obtain
Work with teaching partner to develop, grow and maintain a quality Agriculture Program
Be willing to work extended hours and weekends and travel with students
Have knowledge of record book system and help students apply for awards and scholarships
Classes to be taught are dependent on successful candidates and current teacher’s strengths
Train CDE, LDE & SDE Teams
Supervise SAEs including Ag mechincs projects & travel to shows
Supportive Administration & School Board
Apply at  https://grapecreek.schoolrecruiter.net
 

Lubbock-Cooper ISD - (Area 1)  4/10/2019  
3rd Ag Teacher
Courses Taught: Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technology, Agricultural Facilities & Design, Agricultural Equipment & Design, Agricultural Power & Technology
New 7200 sq ft Shop with state of art paint booth
Willing to train LDE, CDE & Speaking Teams
Work collaboratively with present teachers in all areas of program
CDL or willingness to obtain
Use of School vehicle
Oversee Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAEP), including assisting students in selecting and managing projects and supervising school farm.
Serve as advisor to local FFA chapter, including planning and conducting leadership, citizenship, cooperative, career development, and competitive activities for students at local, regional, and state level.
Develop and implement lesson plans that fulfill the requirements of district’s curriculum program and show written evidence of preparation as required. Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for individual student differences.
Work cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula as needed for special education students according to guidelines established in Individual Education Plans (IEP).
Work with other members of staff to determine instructional goals, objectives, and methods according to district requirements.
Plan and supervise assignments of teacher aide(s) and volunteer(s).
Use technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process.
Conduct ongoing assessment of student achievement through formal and informal testing.
Assume responsibility for extracurricular activities as assigned. Sponsor outside activities approved by the campus principal.
Be a positive role model for students and support mission of school district.
Contact: 
Angie Inklebarger - High School Principal
angiei@lcisd.net
806-863-7105
View job posting at: 
https://lubbockcooper.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=369
 

Lazbuddie ISD - (Area 1)  4/10/2019  
Looking for an energetic individual to serve as agriculture science teacher/FFA Adviser that will operate a quality teaching and FFA program, as well as be a team player in our school and community
Single Teacher Department
12 month contract
School pick up available
School housing available
Departmental focus on daily instructional program, FFA leadership, LDE's, CDE's, ag mechanics, supervised ag experience program
Livestock facility on campus best suited to feeding pigs
FFA sponsors an annual local livestock project show
Ag teacher will be expected to have, or to gain within first year of employment, a commercial driver license for school bus driving
Other duties as assigned
Interested parties please send letter of interest, resume, references, copies of certification(s), and copies of transcripts to:
Steve Wolf, Superintendent
Lazbuddie ISD
P. O. Box 9
Lazbuddie, Texas 79053
Or 
e mail documents to:
steve.wolf@lazbuddieisd.org

Cleburne Independent School District - (Area 8)  4/10/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher
Primary Purpose:
Assist in directing and managing the agricultural science program at Cleburne High School in an active 3 teacher department.  Applicant will be expected to provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Applicant will also assist students in developing competencies and knowledge in order to function in a high skill, high wage, high demand career. 
Qualifications:
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate
Agriculture science certification
Demonstrated competency in agricultural science
Special Knowledge/Skills:
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Ability to assist with all aspects of a well-rounded agriculture program including, but not limited to: 
LDE’s, CDE’s, SAEP’s
Experience:
One-year student teaching or approved internship 
Current courses taught under this position: 
Agriculture Mechanics and Metal Technologies
Agriculture Structures Design and Fabrication
Welding 1
Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management
Cleburne Independent School District uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online.
Mark McClure, M.Ed.
Career and Technical Education Director
Cleburne Independent School District
Address: 1501 Harlin Drive, Cleburne, TX 76033
Phone: 817.202.1266 Fax: 817.202.1491
Email: dmcclure@c-isd.com
 

Marble Falls High School - (Area 7)  4/10/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher
Multi-teacher department
202-day contract and $2400 stipend, Ag truck provided for school business
Administrative, Board and Community support a strong ag science program
Teaching a variety of AFNR courses which will include Ag Mechanics and Welding 
Instruct students to receive industry certifications and providing coordination for testing in some program areas
Supervise animal projects and ag mechanics projects
Train successful LDE and CDE teams
Be willing to attend Leadership/Officer Camp, FFA Convention, VATAT Conference
Be willing to work some weekends & possible holidays  
Be a positive role model for students
Strong work ethic, instructional leader and strong classroom management
Assist students with record books and scholarship opportunities
Department has ag farm, state of the art greenhouse and multiple shops
Ability to instruct students, manage a classroom and motivate students to participate in all levels of the FFA Program, district, area, state and national levels.
Applicants should apply at www.marblefallisd.org and send resume to: 
Heather Metzgar, Director of Secondary Education and CTE at Hmetzgar@mfisd.txed.net
 

Groveton ISD - (Area 9)  4/10/2019  
Seeking an Agriculture Science Teacher in a 2 teacher department.
Groveton High School is a rural 2A school in East Texas with about 210 students in high school.
We are looking for an outstanding, highly motivated teacher to work in a very successful agriculture program.  Someone that has strong discipline and classroom management skills.  Knowledgeable about agriculture mechanics, leadership and development contests, sheep and goats, and record books.
Must have a B.S. degree from an accredited university and appropriate Texas Teaching Certificate
12 month contract per local salary schedule with a $6,000 stipend
The district pays $325 per month for TRS Active Care Health Insurance and a $10,000 life insurance policy
Contact Christy Ecord at 936-642-1473 ext. 8110 or Don Hamilton at 936-642-1473 ext. 8001
Email resume to don_hamilton@grovetonisd.net

Alba-Golden ISD - (Area 6)  4/10/2019  
Seeking Ag Mechanics Teacher for 2019-2020 School Year                                 
Bachelor Degree from accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in the following agricultural area:
a.Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (Grades 6-12)
b.Agricultural Science and Technology (Grades 6-12)
Special Knowledge and Skills                         
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of agricultural mechanics and technologies
Knowledge of agricultural structures, design and fabrication
Supervise animal projects and take to major livestock shows
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and ag mechanics shows
Strong LDE and CDE participation 
Utilize Record Book system to help students apply for awards and scholarships
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills                                               
Implement and manage the agricultural science program for assigned campus.
Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional,  physical, and social growth. 
Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
For questions please contact Michael Mize- High School Principal mizem@agisd.org or 903-768-2472

Gonzales ISD - (Area 11)  4/9/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher – Fourth teacher (New Position) in a four-teacher department 
Qualifications: 
Texas Agriculture Science Certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Experience preferred but not mandatory. Applicant must possess the desire and ability to contribute to maintaining and improving the excellent program Gonzales currently has in place. 
Competitive salary / $300.00 towards Health Insurance 
11(207 day)-month contract
FFA Advisor stipend
Generous budget
Ag department vehicles (2) and trailers
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture/FFA program
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program. These include but are not limited to the following activities: 
Teaching Agricultural Science Classes (9th-12th Grades):
Principals of AFNR, Agri-business Mkt(Leadership), Livestock Production, and Adv. Animal Science or Vet Med
Will co-advise all SAE projects
LDE/CDE/SDE
Work with FFA Officers
Attend FFA Conventions / Ag Teachers Conference, etc.                                                                                         AET Record Books
Fundraisers
Contact With Questions: 
Robert Washington, AST – robert.washington@gonzalesisd.net 
Ashley Bishop, AST – ashley.bishop@gonzalesisd.net
Michael Moers, CTE Coordinator – michael.moers@gonzalesisd.net
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and a current resume to:
wanda.fryer@gonzalesisd.net
Ms. Wanda Fryer, Principal
Gonzales ISD
830-672-7535
Application can be found at the following:
https://gonzalesisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=388

Olney ISD - (Area 4)  4/9/2019  
Seeking High School Agricultural Teacher
Description:
Implement and manage the agricultural science program
Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences in the
classes assigned. ?
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university and a Valid Texas teaching
certificate in Agricultural Science ?
Special Knowledge/Skills:
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology with an emphasis on shop
skills
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise SAE projects
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Other Duties:
Oversee Supervised Agricultural Experience Program, including assisting
students in selecting and managing projects and supervising the use of the
School Ag Barn and related facilities. ?
Serve as advisor to local FFA Chapter, including planning and conducting
leadership, citizenship, cooperative, career development, and competitive
activities for students at local, regional, and state level. ?
How to Apply:
Fill out an application online at http://www.esc9.net/.?
Along with filling out the application you may send resume and cover letter to the
following:
Matt Caffey
High School Principal
Olney ISD
704 West Grove
Olney, TX 76374
(940) 564-5637
mcaffey@olneyisd.net
Haylee Haralson
Ag Science Teacher
Olney ISD
(940) 564-5637
hharalson@olneyisd.net
 

Waller High School - (Area 11)  4/9/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education / Training / Experience:
Bachelor's degree from accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate with either required endorsements or required training for subject and level assigned.
Successful experience working with students / families on Agriculture projects preferred
Valid Texas Class "C" Operator's Driver’s License.
Driving record must meet district standard for driving district vehicles.
Looking for:
A fully certified, Ag. Science Teacher for 5 teacher department
A very active program in all aspects of FFA
Experience in training LDE’s, CDE’s, supervising SAE projects, and serving as an FFA Advisor is preferred.
226 day contract - working long hours, nights, weekends, some holidays to be expected
A team-player who is highly motivated and enjoys working with students and parents in a variety of settings
Supervising animal projects for county show, school show, and major shows
Visiting student projects and advising students on feeding and care of show animals is required.
School truck and other school vehicles are available for use in transporting students and carrying out other job duties
Attendance at conventions, conferences, and camps is expected
Strong classroom teacher needed-  assignment could include but is not limited to:  Veterinary Medical Applications, Principles of Ag, Wildlife, and Professional Communications (certification in Speech is preferred or willing to test)
SALARY / WORK DAYS: Waller Teacher pay scale (found at www.wallerisd.net under ‘Employment’); will work 226 days annually
TO APPLY: Apply online (https://wallerisd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx )
START DATE: 2019-2020 School Year
Contact: Human Resources Office:  2214 Waller Street  Waller, Texas 77484  Phone: 936-931-0397  Fax: 936-372-9151 e-mail: mbrooks@wallerisd.net
 

Odessa High School - (Area 2)  4/9/2019  
Seeking an Agricultural Science Teacher for the 2018 – 2019 school year.  
We are replacing an agriculture teacher to a currently energetic six-teacher department.
Applicant must be able to work well with others and be a team player, but also must be self-motivated.
Applicant must have excellent people skills when dealing with students, parents, administration, and the community.
The teaching assignment would be at Odessa High School, teaching Principles of Agriculture, Foods, and Natural Resources.
Other duties would be to assist in training LDE and CDE teams, speakers, and supervising show projects.  
In addition, the applicant would be one of the advisors for the Odessa FFA officers and members.
An applicant having or willing to obtain a CDL / Bus Driving License is preferred, but not necessary.
217 day contract
Pay scale ranges from $58,021 to $86,452 per year, depending on number of years of teaching experience.  
In addition, ECISD pays an additional $2600 per year for a Master’s degree and $3650 for a Doctoral degree.
The school district contributes to medical insurance.
To find application procedures, go to the Ector County ISD website – Human Resources.
For additional information, contact Carla Byrne, Executive Director of CTE:
carla.byrne@ectorcountyisd.org or 432.456.8910.

Fruitvale ISD - (Area 6)  4/9/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher
Agriculture science classes plus extra days, 12 month contract position. 
Strong FFA program and student participation.  
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in FFA programs such as livestock, CDE, and LDE competitions. 
Please send application/resume to harfordc@fruitvaleisd.com.
 

Crockett ISD - (Area 9)  4/9/2019  
Crockett ISD – (Area 9)
Seeking 3rd Agriculture Science Teacher for a 3 teacher department
12 Month Contract
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Must have a Valid Texas teacher certification for Agriculture Science
Experience preferred but should have at least one year student teaching or approved internship
Demonstrated competency in agricultural science
Class “B” CDL with passenger and school bus endorsements preferred or willing to obtain
Be willing to teach Floral Design, Livestock Production, Small Animal, Professional Communications, Principals of Ag, and Advanced Animal Science. 
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Oversee Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAEP), including assisting students in selecting and managing projects
Serve as advisor to local Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter, including planning and conducting leadership, citizenship, cooperative, career development, and competitive activities for students at local, regional, and state level
Be willing to work extended hours and weekends and travel with students
Have knowledge of record book system and help students apply for awards and scholarships
Ag trucks and trailers available for department use
Supportive administration and school board
Contact Information 
Rhonda Kendrick
Human Resource Director
936-544-2125
Or
Richard Smith
Agriculture Science Teacher
936-544-9597
Please submit an online application at www.crockettisd.net

East Bernard ISD - (Area 11)  4/8/2019  
Seeking an Agriculture Science Teacher to be a team player in a 3 teacher department. 
East Bernard is a 3A school with just under 300 students enrolled in the High School. 
Approximately 120 members and 50 Jr FFA members. 
Active in LDE’s, CDE’s, Major Livestock Shows, SDE’s, and the Wharton County Fair. Supportive and active FFA Booster Club that has a successful fundraiser event each year that provides scholarships as well as supplies/equipment for the FFA chapter.  
202 day Contract
Salary based on experience
FFA stipend
Health care contribution- District pays for Active Care 1- Employee Only
Teacher Travel budget for hotels and meals
School Trucks available for use
Must have a B.S. degree from an accredited university & Texas Teaching certificate in Agriculture Sciences
Teach a diverse curriculum on an 8 period schedule
Classes to be taught are dependent on successful candidates and current teacher’s strengths
Position could be Animal Science, Principles of AFNR, or Ag Mech focused
Most SAE’s are livestock based- responsibilities will be determined by all 3 teachers’ strengths
Assist students with AET record books, applications for advanced awards, degrees, and scholarships
Supervise animal projects for county and major shows 
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends
Must help train LDE, CDE, and SDE teams
Must attend FFA events, conventions, and camps
Hold a bus driving certification (CDL) or willing to obtain
Supportive administration and community
Send Letter of Interest and Resume to Jay Janczak, Principles: jay.janczak@ebisd.org
Complete Employment application online at https://www.ebisd.org/apps/jobs/
Other Contact Information:
EBHS Ag Teachers:
Jayson Hill- Jayson.hill@ebisd.org
Annette Hill- Annette.hill@ebisd.org

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD - (Area 3)  4/8/2019  
Seeking a full time Welding Teacher for 2019-2020 at Cypress Park High School
QUALIFICATIONS
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, or high school diploma/GED and equivalent wage-earning experience as required by certification
Valid Texas career and technical education certificate with required license, endorsements, and training for subject and level assigned
Any agriculture certificate
Any Technology Education, Industrial Technology, or Industrial Arts certificate
Trade and Industrial Education – Grades 8-12 with appropriate work approval (http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5319);
Vocational Trades and Industry with appropriate work approval
AWS Certification preferred
Demonstrated competency in Welding I and Welding II concepts
Program focus is certification of students on beginning to advanced welds
Schedule will consist of three 2-period blocks of Welding I and/or Welding II
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
193 days
Apply online: Teacher 2019-2020/ CTE / Welding, High School (August Vacancies)
www.cfisd.net  (https://cfisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=3372)
Questions? Contact Denise Kubecka, CTE Director, or Mark Williams, Welding Coordinator, 281-897-4036
 

Richards ISD - (Area 11)  4/5/2019  
Seeking Ag Teacher 
Description: We are looking for an Ag teacher to run the Ag department at our school.  The teacher needs to be certified to teach Ag Science and Ag Mech classes, as well as be equipped to run the FFA organization.  We are a small school with small class sizes.  We are rural and our students have an interest in Agriculture curriculum.  We are looking for a teacher that is prepared to run all aspects of the Ag department.
Apply by filling out the application on our website as well as emailing a resume to principal John Portwood at jportwood@richardsisd.net
Contact information:
John Portwood
jportwood@richardsisd.net
(936) 851-2364
 

Paetow High School, Katy ISD - (Area 3)  4/5/2019  
Seeking 3rd agriculture science teacher for 2019-2020 school year. 
Young but highly motivated and competitive program.
Position is focused on Animal Science classes/pathways
Expectations include – training competitive LDE and CDE teams, supervising projects for local, and major shows and working together with 2 other teachers.
CDL or willing to obtain CDL is a plus.
Contract 187 days – Katy ISD Teacher Pay scale
Stipend-$8,000
Truck Allowance-$3,600
Complete application online at katyisd.org
Send resume and letter of interest to Rachel Packman – racheldpackman@katyisd.org (AST) AND Brandi Price – brandijprice@katyisd.org (Principal’s Secretary)

Saint Jo High School - (Area 4)  4/5/2019  
Seeking an Agricultural Science Teacher for our 2 teacher department for the 2019-2020 school year.
Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree
Valid Texas teaching certificate in agricultural science and technology
Expectation
Must be willing to perform / participate in all necessary activities and functions to help maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Proficient use of instructional technology, software, web resources, and online record keeping system (AET.com).
Actively promote and sponsor student participation in FFA LDE/CDE events.
Strong classroom instruction and student management
Appropriate care and use of the soon to have a remodeled 4500+ sq ft shop
Saint Jo ISD is a rural 1A school district with a growing ag science program, strong district and community support, located less than 80 miles from Fort Worth.
Saint Jo ISD is an exceptional school district with fantastic students and staff. We offer numerous student programs, with enrollment of approximately 135 students, grades 7 thru 12.
Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume by email to Katie Morman, JH/HS Principal: katie.morman@saintjoisd.net
phone: 940-995-2532 

Harleton High School - (Area 6)  4/5/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science Teacher for 2019-2020 School Year
2A School Near Longview & Marshall
1 Teacher Department
Great Kids Dedicated to the Program
11 Month Contract
School Truck & Trailer Available for Use
Current Programs Offered: Animal Science & Welding
FFA Advisor
Train LDE and CDE Teams
Work Extended Hours & Travel
Apply Through Region VII
Contact
Crystal Brock, Principal at (903) 777-2711 or brockcrystal@harletonisd.net 
 

Overton High School - (Area 6)  4/5/2019  
Seeking a second agriculture science teacher
Minimum Bachelor's degree or higher and valid Texas AST Certificate.
Instructional area: Agricultural Mechanics.  
Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills with students and everyone else involved with the program. 
Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with agricultural mechanics projects.
Good classroom management and the ability to work as a team with other teachers. 
Contact: 
Superintendent Stephen DuBose
stephen.dubose@overtonisd.org 
High school principal Cindy Bundrick
cindy.bundrick@overtonisd.org 
903-834-6142

Dripping Springs High School - (Area 7)  4/5/2019  
Adding a additional teacher to co-teach with Automotive Technology teacher and Ag Science teachers to continue building a strong shop program that works with students on advanced workplace skills. 
He or she will supervise student projects for competitions, and participate in Skills USA competitions, and must have strong classroom- and shop-management skills, in addition to great organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Assigned classes may include 4 sections of Auto Tech and 2 Sections of Ag (welding or other, as appropriate), subject to final student enrollment numbers.
This position is a 187-day (10 month) contract with a stipend. 
See job description for information about other qualifications, pay grade, requirements and general teaching duties on the DSISD website below.
Apply online:  https://a2-2.applitrack.com/drippingsprings/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+Teaching
Contact: 
Michael Norton, Assistant Principal and CTE Coordinator, 
512-858-3117

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD - (Area 3)  4/5/2019  
Seeking 4 – 5 Agricultural Science Teachers for the 2019-20 school year. Actual campus dependent upon transfers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education/Certification:
Valid teaching certificate appropriate for teaching assignment (Agriculture Education)
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Driving record must satisfy district standards for transporting students
Hold a CDL with school bus endorsement or be willing to obtain one within the first year of employment
Special Knowledge/Skills:
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Knowledge of agricultural science and FFA best practices (prior teaching/student teaching experience preferred)
Ability to obtain industry certifications related to courses taught, as needed
Ability to prepare students to take and pass industry certification exams related to the ag industry
Ability to facilitate a Program of Activities (POA) that aligns with the requirements for students to earn their FFA degrees (Greenhand, Chapter, and Lone Star)
Ability to coordinate and execute all responsibilities related to the annual Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Livestock Show
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences/projects
Ability to manage the raising of livestock projects at the District/Booster Club animal housing facilities and other off-side locations
Ability to collaborate with other ag teachers and ag administration to manage and maintain District/Booster Club animal housing facilities utilized by your campus
Ability to train and travel with multiple LDE, CDE, and SDE teams
Ability to work seamlessly with a FFA Booster Club
Ability to provide professional communication with students, parents, community members, staff, and all other stakeholders at all times
Ability to follow guidelines related to money handling, equipment/supply inventory, and use of District or District-rented vehicles
Ability to work extended hours – including nights, weekends, and summer
Terms of Employment:
220 days
Apply online:
www.cfisd.net   (https://www.cfisd.net/en/job-seekers/career-opportunities/job-postings-and-online-applica/)
Questions? Contact Denise Kubecka, CTE Director, 281-897-4036
 

Sweeny High School - (Area 3)  4/5/2019  
Seeking Ag Mechanics Teacher  
GENERAL PROFESSIONAL TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS:
Education
Bachelor Degree from accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in the following agricultural area:
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (Grades 6-12)
Agricultural Science and Technology (Grades 6-12)
Any vocation, trade, or industrial certificate with the appropriate work approval as required by SBEC
Hold certificates or be willing to become certified in NCCER Core, AWS and OSHA
Special Knowledge and Skills
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of agricultural mechanics and technologies
Knowledge of agricultural structures, design and fabrication
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Minimum Experience
At least one year of student teaching or approved internship.
Salary Range
209 days contract, Job grade TCH, Salary range $52,000 to $61,212 based on teaching experience, plus generous employee medical, dental, term life insurance plan.  SISD is a Social Security participating district.
Required Documents: Submit letter of application, district application form online- www.sweenyisd.org  - Departments – Human Resources – School Recruiter Employment Application – Position applying for – Attach resume, cover letter, and all transcripts.(do not mail to District)  Phone (979) 491-8000.

Dublin ISD - (Area 4)  4/4/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher – Third teacher in a three-teacher department 
Qualifications: 
Texas Agriculture Science Certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Experience preferred but not mandatory. Applicant must posses the desire and ability to contribute to maintaining and improving the excellent program Dublin currently has in place. 
Highly competitive salary 
12-month contract
$8,600 FFA Advisor stipend (Negotiable and commensurate to experience) 
Cell phone stipend
Possibility of district Pay Incentives 
Modern facilities
Generous budget
Ag department vehicles (2) and trailers
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture/FFA program
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program. These include but are not limited to the following activities: 
Teaching Agricultural Science Classes (9th-12th Grades)
Mainly Animal Science Classes – Desired
Will co-advise stock show program
Leadership Development Events
Career Development Events
Officers
Record Books
Fundraisers
Contact With Questions: 
Darren Price - Dublin Agricultural Science Teacher 
dprice@dublinisd.net
Phone Number: (w) 254-445-7131 or (c) 817-229-3112
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and a current resume to:
cschneider@dublinisd.us
Mrs. Chesta Schneider, Principal
Dublin ISD
254-445-0362

Spring Branch ISD - The Guthrie Center - (Area 3)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science/FFA Instructor for 2019-20 starting 7/1/2019
Be part of a team of 3 AST's on 12 month/230 day contracts with stipends lead a district wide program with classes held on our 17 acre farm.
Minimum Bachelor's degree or higher and valid Texas AST Certificate.
Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills with students and everyone else involved with the program.
Proficient use of instructional technology, software, learning management system, web resources, online access, online record keeping system (AET.com<http://AET.com>) and personalized learning modules.
Effective teach using active instruction and project-based learning in a positive environment.
Engage in regular planning for classes, FFA activities and coordination of maintenance of all Ag Science facilities with fellow teachers/advisors.
Integrate soft-skills development and intangibles for student success in any career.
Prepare students to earn an approved technical certification in the field.
Actively promote and sponsor student participation in FFA LDE/CDE events.
Plan and organize program budget expenses and maintain accurate financial records of fundraising and expenses of student activity account.
Maintain accurate student records, develop and implement lesson plans, assess student learning styles and integrate modifications as needed for special education students.
Provide positive, professional relations with parent Alumni Association for major events including the local Annual FFA Show and Sale.
Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
Maintain industry and higher ed relationships to promote college credit and work-based learning opportunities.
Work with team to develop a recruitment plan, promote the program and communicate activities and events to actively recruit students via social media and websites as well as organize and facilitate community events including Santa’s Farm and Children’s Barnyard.
Attend and participate in campus PLC's and meetings.
Apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/springbranchisd/onlineapp/_application.aspx
Contact 713.251.1300 Joe Kolenda (joe.kolenda@springbranchisd.com) or Jane Primrose (jane.primrose@springbranchisd.com) for additional information.

Baird ISD - (Area 4)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Ag Science Teacher/FFA Advisor for the 2019-2020 school year- Start date July 2019
2 teacher department; will work alongside welding instructor
Well rounded instructional program and livestock projects in place
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university
Valid Texas certification
CDL or willing to obtain
12 month contract (226 days)
Pickup and Trailer for school use
Travel Allowance
Special Knowledge and Skills
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of agricultural mechanics and technologies
Knowledge of agricultural structures, design, and fabrication
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Contact: Jarod Bellar, Superintendent at jbellar@baird.esc14.net or mail P.O Box 1147 Baird, TX 79504
Website information: www.bairdisd.net

Magnolia West High School - (Area 11)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year
Four teacher department
Instruction Area:  Welding
Responsibilities: Serve as a FFA Advisor, attend FFA Events, conventions, camps, ag mech shows & contests, Work extended hours, Supervise SAE projects.
Contact information:
Dr. Ben King, Principal
Magnolia West High School
281-356-2550
bking@magnoliaisd.org  
 

Beckville Jr./Sr. High School - (Area 6)  4/3/2019  
Seeking an Agricultural Science Teacher 
Rural 2A school district (driving distance to Longview, Henderson, Tyler & Marshall)
2 Teacher Department
Competitive & active agriculture department in a very supportive and involved community.
Benefits:
11 Month Contract + Stipend
Salary competitive with other area schools
Large Shop with both wood & metal facilities
Ag Truck & trailer available for school use
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree (Master’s Degree is a plus)
Valid Texas teaching certificate in agricultural science and technology (preference if also certified in a science)
CDL w/ passenger and school bus endorsements and Texas School Bus Driver Safety
Training (may obtain after employment)
Start date:
June 1, 2019
Duties and Responsibilities:
Preferred, but not required
Ag Mechanics background
FFA Advisor
Supervise SAE projects
Train LDE and CDE teams
Provide for leadership development
Work extended hours and travel
Contact  
Phillip Works at 903-678-3711 or worksp@beckvilleisd.net
Please send a cover letter, resume, transcript & copy of credentials. 

Fredericksburg High School - (Area 7)  4/3/2019  
Fredericksburg ISD is seeking a teacher within its career and technology department to teach a new course entitled Introduction to Trade Skills for the 2019-2020 school year. 
This position will focus on the entry level courses of automotive technology, construction trades, and welding. This position will work collaboratively with the current welding, auto and construction teachers to meet the goals of each program.
The course will be 1 nine weeks of safety including OSHA 10, 1 nine weeks of welding, 1 nine weeks of auto technology and 1 nine weeks of construction trades.
Special Knowledge/Skill and Experience needed:
OSHA General Industry 10
Basic math skills
Tool ID and safe use
Oil changes
Balance and rotate tires
Oxy-acetylene cutting
SMAW
Reading and interpreting blue prints and plans.
This position will have duties with Skills U.S.A. and FFA. A stipend for this position is negotiable. 
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university or related certification and/or work experience within a related industry to this course.
Valid Texas teaching certificate or be willing to obtain.
Be willing to obtain a CDL-Class B.
10 Month Contract
FISD pays $235 a month towards TRS Health Insurance
Please apply at www.fisd.org or www.applitrack.com/fisd/onlineapp/default.aspx.
Please direct any questions and send resume and cover letter to Patrickp@fisd.org.

Malakoff High School - (Area 8)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
Third teacher in three teacher department.
Instruction Area:  well rounded in all areas. Possible courses include PAFNR, horticulture, and floral design.
Requirements:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science.
Effectively perform all duties and tasks as defined by job description and as requested by the CTE Director or campus principal.
Willingness to obtain certifications if needed.
Strong community involvement presence.
Must be willing to perform / participate in all necessary activities and functions to help maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in laboratory settings.  
Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with animal or agricultural mechanics projects.
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends.
Good classroom management and the ability to work as a team with other teaches.
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, major shows, agricultural mechanics shows.
Supportive of administration and community.
Competitive salary and stipend.
Contact: Willam Morgan
william.morgan@malakoffisd.org 
903.489.1527

Burleson Centennial High School. - (Area 8)  4/3/2019  
Seeking a certified Agriculture Science Teacher for the 2019-20 School Year a
Position Summary:
Full time, ag position in a two teacher Agri-Science Department. 
Local Parameters:
All applications will be reviewed, however, candidates who possess the following characteristics will be given the highest consideration:
Three+ years successful Agriculture Science teaching experience in Texas
Extensive knowledge and skills in LDE’s and CDE’s 
Experience with student Agriculture Animal projects for competitions, specifically cattle
Proven leadership capabilities in a multiple teacher department
Ability to utilize instructional technologies to optimize instruction 
Experience in teaching Ag Mech and Ag Structures  
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university 
Valid Texas teaching certificate for Agriculture Sciences
Other Information:
225 day contract (12 month) + $5,000 local stipend – position starts July 1, 2019  
Ag pickups and trailers for school use
51 acre Ag Farm with outstanding facilities 
Seeking a strong classroom and laboratory instructor  
Organize and oversee multiple student Agriculture Animal projects for the county and major show levels 
Must possess a high level of leadership, organization, and communication skills 
Train LDE and CDE teams that are highly competitive at the district, area, and state levels
Supervise SAE’s – primarily cattle for the county and major show levels   
Attend District, Area, and State conventions and conferences 
Familiar with AET record keeping and student award/degree applications 
Seeking a team player to provide exemplary leadership and collaboration in the district 
Application Process:
Applicants must complete online district application at: http://www.burlesonisd.net/departments/human-resources/job-openings/
Selected applicants will be contacted and brought in for interviews 
For more information please contact:
Marcus Canonico – Director of Career & Technical Education 
(817) 245-1081
marcus.canonico@bisdmail.net 

North Hopkins HS, North Hopkins ISD - (Area 6)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Ag Mechanics Teacher
North Hopkins HS is a 2A school in Region 8, just north of Sulphur Springs, Texas in Hopkins County.
Implement and build a strong agricultural mechanics program in relation to the size of campus that we are, by providing students with hands on shop, mechanics lab to relate to real world industrial trades careers.
Very competitive and active FFA chapter
Must be willing to work as a team with other FFA advisors
Supportive administration and community
Join existing full-time Ag Teacher in the North Hopkins ISD to provide a broad range of courses and services to students.
Responsibility for extracurricular activities as assigned; Maintain a professional relationship with all colleagues, students, parents, and the community.
Experience or interest in Ag Mechanics, Ag Power Systems, Metal Technologies and/or building trades.
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction and willingness to prepare engaging lessons on a daily basis.
Teach a variety of courses, which may include but not limited to: Ag. Mechanics, Metal Fabrications, Welding, Livestock Production, Advanced Animal Science, Wildlife, etc.
Qualifications: TEA/SBEC Certified or North Hopkins ISD District of Innovation Plan; Cerified CTE
Salary Range: State Base + $5000
Benefits:
How To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to blowe@northhopkins.net
Contact Person:
Brian Lowe
blowe@northhopkins.net
1994 FM 71 West
Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Phone: (903) 945-2192
Fax: (903) 945-2531

Krum ISD - (Area 5)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
12 month contract, stipend
Three teacher department.
Instructional Area:  Agricultural Mechanics.
Willingness to obtain certifications if needed.
Possess or willing to obtain CDL
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in shop settings.  
Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with agricultural mechanics projects.
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends.
Good classroom management and the ability to work as a team with other teachers.
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and agricultural mechanics shows.
Contact:  Michelle Pieniazek, Principal Krum High School
michelle.pieniazek@krumisd.net or
Ryan Pieniazek, ryan.pieniazek@krumisd.net
Apply online at www.krumisd.net

Denton ISD - (Area 5)  4/3/2019  
Seeking to add Agricultural Science Teachers
219 day contract
Start date: July, 2018
Qualifications:
Valid Texas certification in Agricultural Science and Technology
Experience preferred
Driving record must satisfy district standards
Energetic with strong communication, organization and management skills
Job Responsibilities:
Individual must develop relationships and work with present teacher(s) in a multi-high school district to run a comprehensive agricultural program and a variety of agricultural courses. Teacher is expected to facilitate leadership development activities, supervise agricultural experience projects, develop community relations, maintain a quality FFA program, manage agricultural facilities and budgets among other duties. 
Salary:
Posted online at www.dentonisd.org
Competitive and commensurate with experience
Application Process:
To inquire information or send in your complete resume please email Carla Ruge, CTE Director @ cruge@dentonisd.org or Shannon McCuistion DISD Lead Ag Teacher at smccuistion@dentonisd.org
Application Deadline: Posted until filled
Additional Information:
5A High schools
Modified A/B block scheduling
Ag trucks and trailers accessible to all ag programs
New Agricultural facilities currently in progress
Well-rounded program with LDE participation, CDE participation, livestock shows, ag mechanics shows, diverse SAE programs and leadership development components.  Project Center available at Guyer High School.
 

Buena Vista ISD - (Area 2)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Vocational/AG Teacher
Small PK-12 District located in Imperial, Texas. If you like quiet, rural living, this is the place for you.
Description/Notes:Average class size of 16 students. Minimal discipline issues, great students, great staff and administration, excellent facilities.
Qualifications: Appropriate Certificate
Salary Range: $6000 above state base
Benefits: Great salary, low cost housing available, matching 3% annuity, district contributes to insurance plan & great incentive package.
How To Apply:
Contact: Mr. Mark Dominguez, Superintendent/Principal 
432-536-2225. 
Send letter of interest/resume to mdominguez@bvisd.esc18.net. 
Go to www.buenavistaisd.net to access application.
Contact Person:
Name: Mark Dominguez, Superintendent
mdominguez@bvisd.esc18.net
P.O. Box 310
Imperial, TX 79743-0310
Phone: (432) 536-2225
Fax: (432) 536-2469
Julian Castillo, Principal
Buena Vista ISD
432-536-2225
 

FERRIS ISD - (Area 8)  4/3/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
Four teacher department.
Instruction Area:  well-rounded in all areas, but a major emphasis on animal science, shows, and wildlife.
Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science.
CDL or willing to obtain.
Effectively perform all duties and tasks as defined by job description and as requested by the CTE Director or campus principal.
Willingness to obtain certifications if needed.
Strong community involvement presence.
Must be willing to perform / participate in all necessary activities and functions to help maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in laboratory settings.  
Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with animal or agricultural mechanics projects.
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends.
Good classroom management and the ability to work as a team with other teaches.
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and agricultural mechanics shows.
Supportive of administration and community.
11 month contract (207 days) with $3000 stipend.  Extra $1500 stipend for Masters in subject area.
Contact:  Dr. Kevin Dixon, Ferris HS Principal (kdixon@ferrisisd.org) 
Application link:  https://skyward.iscorp.com/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsfinferristx/rapplmnu03.w
Link to brand new Ag Barn (completion Fall 2019):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ixhgyulraI

Orangefield High School - (Area 9)  3/29/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
Three teacher department.
Instruction Area:  well rounded in all areas. Possible courses include animal science, wildlife, forestry, landscape/turf management,  and floral design.
Requirements:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited university.
Valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science.
Effectively perform all duties and tasks as defined by job description and as requested by the CTE Director or campus principal.
Willingness to obtain certifications if needed.
Strong community involvement presence.
Must be will to perform / participate in all necessary activities and functions to help maintain a successful and active FFA chapter.
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in laboratory settings.  
Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with animal or agricultural mechanics projects.
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends.
Good classroom management and the ability to work as a team with other teaches.
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and agricultural mechanics shows.
Supportive of administration and community.
Competitive salary and stipend.
Contact:  Zach Quinn, Principal Orangefield High School
zquinn@orangefieldisd.net or (409)735-3851

Ingram Tom Moore H.S - (Area 7)  3/29/2019  
Seeking Lead Agricultural Science Teacher/FFA Advisor sought.  
"This is a dream job for the right candidate."  Don Harris, retiring Lead AST
Two teacher department
Strong, well established, recognized Ag department
Must be highly motivated, competitive and a self starter.
Highly competitive salary  
12-month contract with stipend (Negotiable and commensurate to experience)  (Starting Date July 1st) 
Outstanding support from the Administration, School Board, and Community for this strong Agriculture/FFA program
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program.
Must have exceptional organization, communication and interpersonal skills
Must possess a valid Texas teaching certificate with necessary endorsements
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Train Multiple LDE / CDE teams at state level and put in the necessary time to achieve this 
Possess the ability to maintain classroom management in and out of the classroom 
Assist students with record book, application awards, and scholarships
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Be willing to attend FFA Convention and VATAT Conference
Apply online at: https://www.applitrack.com/ingramisd/onlineapp/_application.aspx?starting=true
Contact: Don Harris - donharris@ingramisd.net or 830-367-4111 x120 for any additional information 
 

Anahuac High School - (Area 9)  3/29/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher – (2 teacher department)
Anahuac is the county seat for Chambers County and conveniently located approximately 40 miles east of Houston, 50 miles northeast of the beaches of Galveston, and 40 miles west of Beaumont. Rich in history, we are a rural, farming community with a population of approximately 2200 residents.  Anahuac is a hunter and fisherman’s paradise!  The community and school district of Anahuac value and support our FFA/AG program. We strive to be the best!
The Anahuac FFA is an integral part of our instructional program. Our Ag teachers also serve as FFA Advisors and are expected to have an active FFA Chapter. We are looking for a highly motivated, energetic individual who can instruct our students and encourage them to participate in all levels of the FFA Program, district, area, state, and national levels.  Our FFA teachers train and compete in many LDE and CDE events. Our students have been very competitive in these areas.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for subject and level assigned
Possess/obtain Commercial Driver’s License with Bus Driver Endorsement
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience in all FFA Programs (CDE’s and LDE’s)
Willingness to work extended hours as needed
Strong work ethic, great instruction and classroom management 
Responsibilities:
Supervise students’ animal projects, awards, and degrees 
Train successful CDE and LDE teams
Serve as FFA Advisor 
Assist students with record books and scholarship opportunities 
Be a positive role model for students 
Contract 12 month (226 days)
Ag trucks and trailer
Start date: July 1, 2019
Highly competitive salary and benefits
Applications may be made online at https://anahuac.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx  
Contact Eric Humphrey, High School Principal 409-267-2010 or
Superintendent, Dennis Wagner 409-267-2000 for more information

Normangee High School - (Area 9)  3/29/2019  
Normangee High School is a campus rich in Ag and FFA history.  
We are located about 25 minutes northeast from the Bryan/College Station area. 
A large percentage of our students are participating in either Ag courses or in FFA.  
This Ag teacher will be in charge of the Ag Mech courses and the majority of animal science courses including livestock advising for livestock shows.  
Primary Purpose:
This position will be an Ag Mech focus that also works directly with coordinating livestock projects and 
Direct and manage the agricultural science program for assigned campus. Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
Be able to work well with and develop a collaborative partnership with the other Ag Science teacher.  
12 month contract
Stipend included
Special Knowledge/Skills:
Strong skill set in Welding and other Ag Mech skills
Knowledge of livestock production
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of certifications available to high school students and ability to help students obtain industry based certifications prior to graduation. 
Please send resume via email to Mark Ruffin, Superintendent, mruffin@normangeeisd.org

Mildred ISD - (Area 8)  3/29/2019  
Seeking High School Ag Coordinator / Teacher
Mildred is a small 3A with about 240 students in the high school. The students and staff are great and being small helps us to create a family like atmosphere with small class sizes. Mildred is located just outside of Corsicana and about an hour south of Dallas.
Description/Notes:
Direct and manage the District’s agricultural science and FFA program with one additional teacher under your supervision. 
Ensure that the development and delivery of agricultural sciences curriculum and instruction is effective and efficient, incorporates district goals, supports student achievement, and provides agricultural and career development opportunities for students on successful and competitive levels. 
Applicant must be willing to grow the program, compete in all areas of agricultural contests and involve the community in the program. The Mildred High School Ag facilities are being renovated this summer including doubling the size of the current shop building, fully equipped shop, 2 classrooms in the new CTE building. 
The Mildred FFA Chapter is very active in LDE's, CDE's, Ag. Mechanics and Stock Shows. 
Looking for someone with the ability to lead LDE's, CDE's, and offices.
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and shows. 
Willing to work after school and on weekends when needed. 
The program has a 4-door truck and stock trailer. 
Animal barn is on campus.
Qualifications: Must have a degree from an accredited college or university
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate:
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources certification
or Agriculture Science and Technology certification
Must maintain or be willing to obtain CDL-Class B with P & S endorsement
Must maintain or be willing to obtain Bus Driver Certification
Strong animal background (swine, lambs, and goats)
Shop knowledge of Ag Fab, Ag Mech
Salary Range: 12 month contract (226 days)
Ag Coordinator Stipend = $10,000
Mildred pays $4000 above base for a bachelor's degree and $4500 above base for a master's degree
Benefits: District pays about $330 towards monthly TRS insurance
Days are in line with district policy for a 226 day contract
How To Apply: Please email the High School Principal, Aaron Tidwell, a resume and letter of interest to tidwella@mildredisd.org. Also, go to our website at www.mildredisd.org and fill out an application.
Aaron Tidwell
High School Principal
Mildred I.S.D.
(903) 872-0392 (office)
tidwella@mildredisd.org

Cinco Ranch High School, Katy ISD - (Area 3)  3/29/2019  
Seeking agriculture science teacher for 2019-2020 school year. 
Position requires a passion for agriculture mechanics.
We are looking to build and expand our agriculture mechanics program. 
Flexibility to teach other Ag science classes as needed
Expectations include – training competitive LDE and CDE teams, supervising projects for local, county and major shows and working together with 4 other teachers.
CDL or willing to obtain CDL.
Contract 187 days – Katy ISD Teacher Pay scale
Stipend $8000
Truck allowance $3600
Complete application online at katyisd.org
Send resume and letter of interest to John Ford – larryjford@katyisd.org

Princeton High School - (Area 5)  3/27/2019  
Seeking Agriculture Science/Welding Teacher
Teach assigned agriculture classes and welding.
Oversee Agricultural Program, assisting students in selecting and managing projects and supervising school farm.
Accompany and supervise students at all off-campus activities including contests, workshops, and field trips associated with the agricultural science program. 
Oversee process of maintaining facilities and equipment including school farm. 
Proficiency with cattle, sheep, and goats preferred.
Contact 
Dr. Jackie Hendricks
Deputy Superintendent
Princeton ISD
469-952-5400
972-736-3505 (fax)

Prosper ISD - (Area 5)  3/27/2019  
Seeking an Experienced Agricultural Science Teacher – Four-teacher department 
Qualifications: 
Texas Agriculture Science Certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Experience preferred but not mandatory
Prosper ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in the state 
Highly competitive salary  
11-month contract with stipend (Negotiable and commensurate to experience) 
District Pay Incentives (Insurance, Longevity, 403B matching, Bonus)
Modern facilities
Ag department vehicles (3) and trailers
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture/FFA program
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program.
Be willing to attend Area Camp, FFA Convention, VATAT Conference
Be willing to work some weekends & possible holidays  
Teach Agricultural Science Classes (9th Grade, Vet Tech, possible Floral Design)
Lead specie adviser- Sheep/Goat or possibly Swine
Leadership Development Events
Career Development Events (Vet Tech & Horse preferred) 
Record Books & Applications
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and a current resume to:
Wade Shackelford – Department Head Agricultural Science/CTE 
wshackelford@prosper-isd.net
Phone Number: (w) 469-219-2180 or (c) 972-679-4749
Kristy Carr – Assistant Principal CTE
ktcarr@prosper-isd.net
Applicants Should Apply Using https://prosperisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=1262
Dr. John Burdett, Principal
Prosper HS
469-219-2180

Mineola High School - (Area 6)  3/27/2019  
Mineola ISD (a large 3A district)  is seeking highly motivated and innovative Agricultural Science Teacher intent of delivering quality instruction while equipping students with life skills in a three-teacher department.
Benefits:
12 month contract with stipend ($7,000) and competitive salary based upon experience
Highly competitive students successful  in state competitions, welding competitions and Ag Leadership  
Strong, well established, recognized Ag department 
Ag department vehicle and trailers
Just purchased nearly $300,000 in new welding equipment and new building.
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture/FFA program
Qualifications: 
Bachelor's Degree (Master’s Degree is a plus with additional $2,000 stipend)
Valid Texas teaching certificate in agricultural science and technology (preference if also certified in a science) or vocational and trade industry experience
Work as a team with other FFA advisors
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and shows
Willing to work after school and on weekends when needed 
CDL license or willingness to obtain 
Program Highlights:
Ability to instruct students, manage a classroom and motivate students to participate in all levels of the FFA Program, district, area, state and national levels.
Leadership Development Events
Career Development Events
Officers and Record Books
Supervise Animal Projects
Optional teaching opportunities: 
Teaching AFNR courses which could include Ag Mechanics and welding and/or Construction Technology 
Instructing students to receive industry certifications and providing coordination for testing
Please contact Lisa Allen at 903-569-2448 for more information. 
Apply online at Region 7 ESC Consortium Employment https://www.searchsoft.net/ats/app_login?COMPANY_ID=00013940 and attach resume.   
 

Abilene High School - (Area 4)  3/27/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year, effective 7-1-2019
Single teacher department with a 12 month contract
Instruction Area:  Well-rounded in all areas including Animal Science and Ag Mechanics
Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university and a valid Texas teaching certificate in Agricultural Science.
CDL with passenger and school bus endorsements and Texas School Bus Driver Safety
Effectively perform all duties and tasks as defined by job description and as requested by the CTE Director and campus principal.
Strong community involvement. 
Supportive of administration and community.
Exhibit strong work ethic, leadership, and organizational skills in the classroom and in lab settings.  
Maintain a competitive and active FFA chapter. Willingness to train LDE and CDE teams, as well as help students with animal and agricultural mechanics projects. 
Attend FFA events, conventions, camps, and other FFA activities
Assist in record books, scholarships, degrees, and SAE’s 
Supervise projects and students at the School Farm facility  
Good communication skills
Experience preferred
Ag trucks and trailers available for school use
Willing to work extended hours - including nights and weekends.
Contact:
Email  resume to Michael Garcia, Abilene High Principal 
Michael.garcia@abileneisd.org 
Complete application posted online at www.abileneisd.org








Venus High School - (Area 8)  3/25/2019  
Seeking Agricultural Science Teacher – Fourth teacher in a four-teacher department 
Qualifications: 
Texas Agriculture Science Certification
CDL or willing to obtain
Experience preferred but not mandatory. Applicant must possess the desire and ability to contribute to maintaining and improving the excellent program Dublin currently has in place. 
12-month contract
Ag department vehicles (2) and trailers (3)
All interested applicants should have the skill set necessary to run a well-rounded Agricultural Science program. These include but are not limited to the following activities: 
Teaching Agricultural Science Classes (9th-12th Grades)
Mainly Animal Science Classes
Will co-advise stock show program
Leadership Development Events
Career Development Events
Officers
Record Books
Fundraisers
Contact With Questions:
Vanessa Zeiller- Venus Agricultural Science Teacher 
vanessa.zeiller@venusisd.net
Office number: 972-366-8815 x 523
Apply using https://www.teacherjobnet.org/
Interested applicants should email a current resume to: 
kelly.morris@venusisd.net 
Kelly Morris, HR Director
Venus ISD 
972-366-3448
 

Levelland High School - (Area 1)  3/25/2019  
Seeking an Agricultural Science Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.
207 day contract plus $10,000 annual stipend.
Direct and manage the agricultural science program for assigned campus. 
Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university and valid Texas teaching certificate.
Demonstrated competency in agricultural science.
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology.
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction.
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior.
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences.
Ability to manage budget and personnel.
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. 
Applications may be made online at www.levellandisd.net under employment opportunities.  
Contact Mr. Robbie Phillips, high school principal, at rphillips@levellandisd.net for more information.
 

Silverton ISD - (Area 1)  3/25/2019  
Seeking an Agriculture Science and FFA Instructor with Mechanical Trades and Shop experience for a small community highly rooted in farming and ranching.
Qualifications:
* Must possess a valid Texas teaching certificate with necessary endorsements.
* Must have exceptional organization, communication and interpersonal skills
* General knowledge of agriculture science and technology curriculums and instruction
* Possess the ability to maintain classroom management in and out of the classroom 
* Has or will be able to receive certification in CPR and basic first aid
* Able to safely travel with students and stock trailers and has or will be willing to work towards a commercial driver’s license (CDL) with bus passenger endorsement
* Experience in LDEs and livestock shows and willing to travel long distances for stock shows
* Willing to work extended hours and weekends as necessary to work with students or in preparation in ag production, plant science and livestock.
* Must possess a knowledge of record book system and help students apply for awards, certifications and scholarships.
* Ability to oversee shop equipment use and OSHA safety guidelines included in wood and metal manufacturing with tools such as: welders, torches, saws, hand tools, and plasma cutting table. 
* Must have a passion to develop students in a broad array of skills and trades to promote their future study or exposure to fields of work.
* Is well-versed and able to work with a multitude of curriculum resources such as iCEV, online resources, and extensions to appropriately maintain solid skills for the subject being taught.
* Must be able to multi-task and manage many different aspects related to the position and district.
* Flexible to work in non-ag related classrooms on occasions as the master schedule may warrant
* This position will have connections with our county extension office.
* Prior teaching experience preferred but will consider the candidate based upon individual qualities
Contact Michael Hayes, Principal
Silverton School
P.O. Box 608
Silverton, TX  79257
Email:  michael.hayes@region16.net
Phone:  806-823-2476

Clyde CISD - (Area 4)  3/25/2019  
Clyde CISD currently has two positions open for the Vocational Agriculture Teacher.
Qualifications:
Education/Certification:
*Bachelor's degree from accredited university
*Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements or required training for subject and level assigned
*Demonstrated competency in the core academic subject area assigned
Special Knowledge/Skills:
*Knowledge of core academic subject assigned
*General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
*Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
*Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Instructional Program
The teacher will conduct an instructional program according to the State Board of Education rules as they relate to the full scope of the program being conducted. The basic curriculum and TEKS for each course shall be adhered to and:
a. Lesson plans prepared, in conformity with school policy, for all courses offered;
b. Instructional materials and instructional methods used to make teaching and learning effective; and
c. Basic skills and abilities of students developed in the school laboratory.
FFA/Leadership Development
The FFA is an integral part of the instructional program. All Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources departments are expected to have an active FFA chapter. It is the duty of the teacher to serve as advisor for the local chapter. It is necessary that the teacher spend time in planning and conducting leadership, citizenship, and cooperative activities for students at the district, area, state, and national levels.
Supervised Agricultural experience programs of all students who receive instruction. This will include, but not limited to:
a. Assisting students in selecting a program that fits their interests and abilities;
b. Maintain records; all students in Agriculture Science and FFA should maintain records. The preferred method should be an online system approved by the FFA Board of Directors;
c. Locating training stations for students placed in a Work Based Learning experience, if the program is offered;
d. Coordinating instructional program with training experiences at the training station if the Work Based Learning program is offered;
e. Making supervisory visits during school year and during summer month; and
f. Supervising the school laboratory (farm, feeding center, greenhouse, meats laboratory, etc.) used for students supervised agricultural experience.
Adult Community Involvement
Plan and conduct an organized program of instruction and/or community involvement with adults. This may include, but not limited to alumni, young farmers, and booster clubs. Most of this instruction will be given after school, at night and during the summer.
Records and Reports 
Prepare and submit FFA rosters, entries, registrations, etc. required by the local, district, area, state, and office promptly, and keep an accurate file copy of all records and reports. 
To apply for this job - go to www.clydeisd.org
Upper left side under quicklinks, choose:  "Job Openings at Clyde CISD"
Create Account
If you have any questions, please call 325-893-2161
 

Snyder ISD - (Area 2)  3/25/2019  
Snyder ISD is accepting applications for a teacher in our Agriculture Science department. 
The ideal candidate would have prior knowledge in animals, Ag Mechanics, Industrial Arts, etc.
We are a District of Innovation, and would be willing to work with a candidate who best fits our district's culture. 
For more information and to apply, please contact Tosha Callaway, tcallaway@snyderisd.net
or visit www.applitrack.com/snyderisd/onlineapp

Sabinal ISD - (Area 7)  3/25/2019  
Sabinal ISD is seeking dynamic, passionate, educators who are fully committed to the development of the future of our society. We only employ quality educators who are dynamic change agents and are relentless in their pursuit of only the highest levels of academic achievement. Educators in Sabinal ISD enjoy small class size, well behaved students, a very supportive administration, modern facilities and great salaries and benefits. If you want to be employed by one of the best school districts in Texas, we encourage you to apply. 
Education/Certification:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate 
Demonstrated competency in the career and technical education subject area assigned
Must maintain CDL-Class B with P & S endorsement
Must maintain Bus Driver Certification
Special Knowledge/Skills:
Knowledge of agricultural science and technology
Knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Ability to supervise agricultural field experiences
Ability to lead LDE's, CDE's, advanced FFA degree's and offices, and SAEP's
Strong emphasis in Ag Mechanics is desired but not required
Meat processing lab
Assist students with record book, application awards, and scholarships
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience:
One year student teaching or approved internship
Sabinal ISD values their Educators as we are one of the top paying school district in Uvalde County, and is competitive across the State regardless of size of district. Base range, depending on experience: $45,550- $68,750, which includes a $3500 annual stipend serving an 11-month contract. Teachers are also eligible for additional stipends for additional licensees, certifications and degrees, as well as paid benefits for extra-duty assignments.
All full-time employees receive an annual Longevity Benefit of $100/year of service with a maximum payment of $1000/year. 100% paid health insurance (employee only); paid $10,000 Life Insurance Policy; 10 paid and accruable personal leave days per year; $3000 contract signing bonus; $2500 relocation bonus; as well as Section 125 Cafeteria Plan enrollment and other benefits available for our employees to purchase, such as: dental, vision, disability and additional life insurance.
Please visit www.sabinalisd.net to download a copy of the professional employment application. Applicants should direct their letter of interest, completed application and resume to Principal Mr. Steve Alvarado  at PO Box 338, Sabinal, TX 78881 or salvarado@sabinalisd.net.
830-988-2475.
Sabinal ISD is a progressive school district that is located approximately 45 miles west of San Antonio on Hwy 90. Sabinal High School is a large 2A campus with 190 students in grades 9-12. The northern portion of our district is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country which includes Concan and close to Garner State Park.
The Sabinal High School Ag. facilities have been recently renovated including outstanding technology providing a 21st Century Learning environment, fully equipped shop, small greenhouse and swine facility. The facility also includes a newly built Meat Processing Lab with all applicable equipment including walk-in refrigeration and freezer units. Our Meat's program has been featured in Texas Coop Power Magazine, and is partially sponsored by HEB and Lowes Supermarkets. The Ag. Shop is well equipped and spacious. The Sabinal FFA Chapter is very active in LDE's, CDE's, Ag. Mechanics and Stock Shows. The program has a new 4-door truck and multiple stock trailers. 

Texas State University - (Area 7)  3/25/2019  
The Department of Agriculture at Texas State University invites applicants for a position at the senior lecturer level to start in Fall 2019. We are seeking candidates to teach a variety of agricultural technology and mechanical systems courses primarily at the undergraduate level and serve at the department, college and university levels.
The position is a nine-month non-tenure-line faculty appointment with a potential opportunity of teaching on summer term based on departmental need and student demand. The position has a contract term not to exceed five years, subject to annual reappointment review and renewable upon expiration of the initial term. 
The applicant must have: (1) Master’s in agriculture engineering, agricultural and biosystem engineering, agricultural systems, agricultural systems technology or closely related field; (2) Documented evidence of willingness/experience in teaching a broad and diverse range of undergraduate courses in agricultural system/agricultural engineering (including introduction to agricultural engineering, agricultural structure and environments, agricultural power and machinery, agriculture electric and mechanical systems, and agriculture irrigation technology); (3) graduate level courses on farm power and machinery, structure and environment, electrical and electronic applications, and irrigation; and (4) Demonstrated ability to be an effective team player in a multidisciplinary environment.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Only applications submitted through the Texas State University website will be accepted and considered, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/24894.

Breckenridge High School - (Area 4)  3/22/2019  
Seeking candidates fro the position of agricultural teacher
The ideal candidate will have background knowledge in animals and ag mech but we will work with the candidate who best fits our campus culture.
Please send resumes to Principal, William Paul at william.paul@breckenridgeisd.org.



Sands CISD - (Area 2)  3/22/2019  
Sands CISD is a small, rural PK-12 school (245 students) located in Ackerly, Texas.  We are 75 miles from Lubbock, 90 miles to San Angelo, and 65 miles to Midland.   We have a rich history of success in all areas and are in search of amazing educators to be a part of something great that lasts for generations!
Seeking Agriculture Science Instructor for a one teacher department
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
Valid Texas teaching certificate with appropriate endorsement
CDL or willing to obtain before school starts
Contract: Negotiable -  with a $10,000 dollar stipend for FFA duties, $4530 above state base, school phone, and low rent house (3 bedroom 2 bath, metal privacy fence, and carport with a small storage unit) District pays $375 towards health insurance.
Responsibilities
Strong emphasis in Ag Mechanics a PLUS but not required – We just extended or shop with all new welders, plasma cutters, CNC machine, and tools.
Possess strong classroom and lab management skills along  with knowledge of show animals.
Serve as FFA Advisor
Train successful LDE and CDE teams
Assist students with record book, application awards, and scholarships
Strong organizational, communication, interpersonal skills, with strong discipline in and out of the classroom.
Highly energetic, dedicated, and willing to help when asked.
Benefits/Facilities
Ag department truck and trailer to be used for school related activities.  
Administrative, Board, and Community support for a strong Agriculture Science program
Application Deadline: Until filled
Application Procedures:  Email resumes, transcripts, application (found on Sands CISD website) to Lenny Morrow Principal at lmorrow@esc17.net  or mail to Sands CISD PO Box 218 Attention Mr. Lenny Morrow-Principal Ackerly Texas 79713.
Contact with questions: Lenny Morrow Principal at 432-353-4888 or cell at 432-271-2148.
 

 
 
     
     
 
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