2018-2019 Idaho Agricultural Teaching Positions 

American Falls High School-Courtney Knickrehm
Homedale High School-Rachel Casey Rheuby
Jerome Middle School-Josh Evans
Rigby High School-Casey Sanders
Weiser High School-Amanda Chaney

Burley High School

Burley High School is now hiring for the position of Ag Science and Technology teacher. Qualified applicants will hold a Current Valid Idaho Educational Credential with Ag Science & Biological Science endorsements and be able to serve as an advisor of the FFA chapter. Teaching assignment will be based on teacher strengths but could include: Food Science, Ag Biology, Landscape Design, and Floral Design. Position includes 50-day extended contract. To apply, go to http://www.generalasp.com/sd151/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?category=High+School+Teaching and scroll to the correct opening. For more information, contact Sam Condie, Burley Ag Science Teacher at (208) 312-6265, Joe Brown, Burley Ag Science teacher at (208) 647-8331, or Levi Power, Burley High School principal (208) 878-6606.  


Malad High School is looking to expand their agriculture education department for the 2018‐2019 school year. Candidate needs to be proficient in the following curriculum areas: Agricultural Mechanics, Agricultural Welding, and Agricultural Fabrication. Would also be beneficial to be qualified to teach Animal Science, Agricultural Biology, and some Plant Science. Candidate would be expected to serve as an FFA Advisor; duties would include successfully training students for various Career Development Events, assist with Supervised Agriculture Experiences, conduct a summer Chapter Officer training, supervise chapter activities, participate in community service events, manage the Advisory Board, and establishing a strong Alumni. Candidate must be willing to work with a teaching partner in continuing to grow the complete agriculture program at Malad High School. A 30 day extended contract is included. For more information please contact Brandi Warren at 208‐534‐6080 ext 401 for an application or visit the school district website at http://www.oneidaschooldistrict.org

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 www.melbaschools.org 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 https://sd215.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx  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.

West Ada

West Ada is looking for a full time agricultural instructor, the position includes a 40 day extended contract and FFA stipend are available. The site to be determined.


BRIARR/Exchange Student Dorm Supervisor and Shop Teacher

The Burnt River Integrated Agriculture/Science Research Ranch (BRIARR) program is a highly enriched atmosphere for motivated students to participate in a quality natural resource and agriculture-based curriculum. Students are immersed in a place-based learning program unique to Burnt River, living and learning in a variety of natural resource settings that provide hands-on learning experiences. Basically, this program allows students that are interested in agriculture to experience it “hands on” while living in the agricultural dorm, and attending classes at the high school.  Two positions are open at Burnt River.  The dorm supervisor position involves living in an agricultural dorm and supervising female BRIARR House students (approximately eight girls- both from the U.S. and internationally).  This is a full time position running the dorm.  The BRIARR dorm is a huge log cabin that is located in the middle of a ranch outside of Unity, Oregon.  There are facilities at the dorm for chickens, goats, horses, cattle and swine.  The other position is a part-time teaching position (teaching shop classes at Burnt River).  For the teaching position, we have a fully operational metal shop with a new 4 x 8 foot Arclight table.  I've attached the job descriptions and application to this email. Both positions are open until filled.  If interested, apply soon as the interview process is about to start. Burnt River is an amazing school to work for- the staff, superintendent and community members are extremely supportive of agriculture and FFA.  Generally, over 90% of the student body is actively involved in FFA, competing at the local, district, state and national levels. Job descriptions and applications can be found at the school website:  https://burntriver.k12.or.us/ Feel free to contact me, Jessica Wilson (jessica.wilson@burntriver.k12.or.us 541-805-0562) or our superintendent, Lorrie Andrews ( lorrie.andrews@burntriver.k12.or.us 541-446-3336) for more information. 


Lander County Agricultural Teaching Position