Courses are held outside regular work hours.
Local residents with experience in nursing or crime scene
investigation are being sought by the Wm.
S. Hart Union
High School District’s
Regional Occupational Program to teach some of the most popular classes in the
local ROP lineup.
Five years of experience in the field or related education
qualifies teachers for a preliminary designated subject credential, which will
allow them to teach an ROP class. The
positions are part time, usually outside of regular working hours, and
currently pay $34 per hour.
Residents with five years of recent nursing experience are
needed to teach a nurse assistant class, requiring approximately 10 hours of
classroom time each week.
In order to teach the forensics/crime scene investigation
class, an ROP teacher must have five years
full-time experience in law enforcement relating to forensics or some related
college coursework which would apply to the field. A high school diploma is
required. The ROP position would require approximately six hours of weekly
Both classes are very popular with students, and the new
teachers are being sought to replace existing teachers who are no longer
available. The forensics position is open immediately, while the nursing
assistant class would start with the spring semester.
Interested candidates can fax or e-mail a resume to (661)
254-8653 or email@example.com.