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Automotive Technology Teacher

Job Type:

Full Time

Job Overview & Description

The York County School of Technology is seeking a highly skilled professional to teach in our high school Automotive Technology program, starting with the 2024-2025 school year.  The individual hired to this position must have at least four years of full-time, paid experience in the automotive field and hold appropriate industry credentials. PA CTE teaching certification in the Automotive Technician content area is preferred.  Candidates without teaching certification will be required to complete a certification program through Penn State.

Students in the Automotive Technology program are instructed in a variety of skills and competency areas. They will Instruct students in grades 9-12 in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles and light trucks. This includes diagnosis, testing, and computer analysis of engines, fuel, electrical, cooling, and brake systems as well as drive train and suspension systems. Instruction is also given in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems and includes state inspection procedures.

Students will have the opportunity to earn industry credentials prior to graduation, including:

  • PA Safety and I/M Inspections

  • ASE Certifications

  • Snap-On Certifications

  • OSHA and NOCTI credentials

All teachers are responsible for lesson planning, maintaining accurate records of student progress and grades, creating a positive classroom learning environment, and classroom behavior management. Technical teachers also develop connections with local businesses and outside organizations to build an Advisory Committee and build opportunities for internships and job placements.

About York Tech

For over 50 years, the York County School of Technology has provided high-quality, dynamic academic and technical education to its students. As a result, York Tech graduates are both career and college ready, and we have been ranked as the #1 comprehensive technical school in the state of Pennsylvania. We're proud to serve a diverse population of 1,700 students from 14 sending school districts in York County. You can learn more about our programs and students in the following videos.

Mission Statement

The York County School of Technology is dedicated to providing high quality, dynamic academic and technical education for students, emphasizing professional skills while fostering the development of compassionate, lifelong learners who appreciate unique differences of other individuals and cultures.

Shared Values

In order to accomplish our mission, the York Tech community has embraced six core values: professionalism, empathy, innovation, optimism, integrity, and perseverance.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The York County School of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Inquiries may be directed to Mr. Gerry Mentz, Director of Student Services, at 2179 S. Queen Street; York, Pennsylvania 17402; 717-741-0820 x5108; or

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