Idaho Agricultural and Natural Resources Quality Program Manager

The Program Quality Manager provides statewide leadership and oversight for assigned Idaho CTE programs, by enhancing secondary and postsecondary teacher and program quality, leading to improved student achievement and success.  This position reports to the Directors of Secondary and Postsecondary Education and works to positively impact the transition of secondary CTE students into postsecondary technical programs. Candidates must qualify for or be willing to work towards an Idaho Career & Technical Education Administrator Certificate; master’s degree preferred (or equivalent work experience) with a minimum of three years teaching experience in an Agriculture and Natural Resources program area. Candidates must effectively demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following areas: organizational leadership and management; strong interpersonal skills; supervision, budget, grant, and contract administration; technical education standards interpretation; curriculum development; interpretation of state and federal law; written and verbal communication skills, and computer skills. For a detailed job description and application procedures visit the Idaho Division of Human Resources website.

American Falls High School

School District 381 is announcing a position for a full-time Secondary Agriculture Science and Technology instructor/advisor at American Falls High School. Possess the ability to effectively teach content related to the following areas: Animal Science (emphasis on Anatomy, Physiology and Veterinary Science), Agricultural Biology, Plant Science, Leadership, Communications and Marketing. Possess the ability to serve as a FFA Advisor; including the abilities of successfully train students for various Career and Leadership Development Events, progressive Supervised Agriculture Experiences, effectively training Chapter officers, participate in community service events, be a members of the Ag Advisory Committee, and other chapter activities. Create and maintain a classroom environment built on respect and a growth mindset that fosters student motivation and project based learning. The applicant must be highly motivated themselves and be willing to work with two other teaching partners in creating and exemplary program. A 45 day extended contract is included. The starting date is dependent on applicant availability; July 1, 2018 latest. For more information please review the position announcement attached

Jerome School District

Have you ever wanted to teach in a single teacher program without all of the responsibilities of a single teacher? Jerome Middle School is hiring a 6th-8th grade teacher to join the Jerome Ag Department team. You will build your own program to help support and lead into the high school program.  Proposed schedule includes 2 preps per semester that will rotate each semester. Courses taught will include Career Exploration, Farm to Fork, and introductory courses of the your choosing. FFA responsibilities will be shared with the three high school advisors; chapter operations will be worked out as a team and selection of responsibilities will be based on your strengths. An FFA stipend and extended contract will be provided, however, amount and days will be determined at the time of hiring. To apply visit the Jerome School District website and for more information contact Nicole Lebsack. Help us elevate from the Three Amigo's to the Fantastic Four!

Homedale High School

Homedale High School is looking for a full time High School Agriculture Education Instructor for the 2018-2019 school year. The successful candidate will be part of a two person program. Pathways include Ag Science and Ag Mechanics. Courses can be designed around the strengths of the successful candidate who must have a strong desire and motivation to strengthen a growing FFA Program and incorporate the three circle model of agriculture education in their instruction.  A 30-day minimum extended contract is included . Homedale has a 4-day school week with 165 day regular contract. The program enjoys strong community support with an active FFA Alumni and advisory committee. Homedale High has about 350 students, and is located in western Idaho near an abundance of outdoor recreation.  The program has a metal and wood shop, two classrooms, greenhouse and an outdoor garden area. This is a certified, full time position with district benefits. Valid Idaho certificate with proper endorsement required. Natural Science and Economics endorsement are helpful.

Melba School District

Melba School District is hiring an Agricultural Instructor and FFA Advisor for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants must hold a valid Idaho Education Credential. Please contact the Melba School District Office at 208-495-1141 Ext. 1086 for an application or visit the school web site at under Information/Job Opportunities/Certified Application. For more information see the attached flyer.

South Fremont High School

Fremont School District 215 has opened a position for a full-time Secondary Agriculture Science and Technology instructor/advisor at South Fremont High School for the 2018-2019 school year.  The selected applicant will be part of a strong established program as the second teacher in a new two-person program in a welding pathway. Courses will be designed around the strengths of the successful candidate.  The district is strongly suggesting candidates possess a Science Endorsement Certification (or soon to obtain certification) and a desire to strengthen our FFA Program.  The program enjoys deep community support with large agriculture background and career options for graduating students. The program has a metal and small engines shop, two classrooms, two offices, and a greenhouse. Please contact the Fremont School District Office at (208) 624-7542 for an application or visit the school web site at  for an application.

Wilder High School

Wilder School District is looking for a full-time Secondary Agricultural Science Instructor and FFA Advisor. They are trying to pass a bond that will build a new ag ed facility, two classrooms, 2 offices, new shop and greenhouse. Preferred requirements include a 6-12 teaching certificate, proficient computer skills, ability to teach dual credit courses, previous education experience, willingness to lead extra-curricular activities. Contact Susan Lincoln for more information at (208)337-7400 ext 1401.