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Auto Body Repair Teacher

Auto Body Repair Teacher

Under the direction of the designated administrator, and with appropriate support, the teacher is responsible for instruction, training and career preparation that will prepare the student for entry-level employment specifically in the career pathway of Auto Body Repair. The course will provide students with the opportunity to learn entry-level skills in the Auto Body Repair Industry. Instruction includes theory and techniques related to the process of welding, metal straightening and panel/body alignment on a variety of auto body industry materials including metal, glass and plastic. Students will learn effective customer relations and sales in multiple settings. Estimating damage and repair costs and procedures are key components in this course. Second year students in this course may qualify for advanced instruction with counselor/teacher approval.   The instructor will be responsible for developing student skills, knowledge and attitudes commensurate with the goals of the program and for effectively using materials and equipment to meet goals. Performs other related work as required. This is an exempt position.


    A minimum of three (3) years of successful teaching experience is desirable but not necessary, preferably in Career Technical Education and/or Regional Occupational Programs (ROP)

    Experience working with industry specific field educational programs, and/or site supervising and managing CTE instructional programs is desired

    Desirable: experience working in the Automotive Industry

    Minimum of three (3) years of industry experience

Education and Credentials:

    Possess a Designated Subjects (DS)/Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential; or be eligible to apply for a Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential in the subject area: Automotive

    To be eligible for the CTE preliminary credential, you must have 3 or more years of work experience in the Automotive Industry

    Must be able to provide copies of credentials as required for the position or provide evidence of qualifying for required credentials with your application materials

    Bachelor’s Degree preferred from a regionally accredited institution but not required in Automotive 

    Minimum of three (3) years of industry experience


Full health benefits are paid by the district for eligible employees and their dependents including medical, dental, life insurance, and an employee assistance program. MetroED also provides several benefit options using pretax earnings. This increases spending power and protection when unforeseen events put a person at risk such as loss of income, unanticipated medical expenses, or worse. Employee enrollment in the following plans are optional and include a medical flexible spending account, dependent care flexible spending account, additional life insurance, cancer insurance, accident insurance, critical illness insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, and transportation.

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Job Type : Full-Time

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