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PRESIDENT

The Bosco Tech Board of Trustees is seeking a full time President to oversee the successful operation of the School. The President will report to the Board of Trustees and will be responsible for effective planning and delegation of responsibilities to an efficient, competent, and ethical administration, faculty, and staff.

Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) is an all-male Catholic high school founded in 1955, that offers a unique combination college preparatory and technological education. The academic curriculum allows students to exceed the admission requirements of the University of California, the California State University, and most other four-year colleges and universities throughout the country. In addition to an academic college preparatory curriculum, students take pre-engineering technology courses that amount to twenty-five percent of their daily schedule of classes. Currently, Bosco Tech offers the following five technology majors: 1) Architecture and Construction Engineering, 2) Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, 3) Integrated Design, Engineering and Art, 4) Materials science, Engineering and Technology, and 5) Media Arts Technology.

POSITION SUMMARY

The President serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the School and is responsible for:

  • The implementation of the School’s mission and vision
  • Leading all external affairs initiatives including the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of donors; development of relationships with foundations, non-profit organizations, industry partners, alumni, and other key stakeholders; and the achievement of annual fund-raising goals
  • Providing sound fiscal management of the School’s resources and ensuring the School’s long-term financial stability
  • Providing direct oversight of the School’s business operations, advancement, alumni, community relations, and enrollment management activities
  • Overseeing, in partnership with the Principal, the School’s academic and student affairs programs
  • Ensuring, with guidance from the Salesian Director, that the School manifests its Salesian identity and integrates faith and learning within the School
  • Upholding and modeling a moral code, which is consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, the School’s mission and the Salesian’s charism of the School
  • Working with the Board of Trustees in formulating school policy and supervising the implementation of Board policy in the School.

The Board of Trustees are seeking a President that will provide executive leadership and work in collaboration with the faculty, staff, and Board to implement a vision and strategic plan for advancing and expanding the School’s recent efforts to achieve academic excellence and enhance student learning outcomes. Also, someone to further strengthen the school’s academic programs, reinforce relationships with industry, and promote social responsibility and ethics in its students. Bosco Tech seeks a President that will enhance the school’s local, regional, and statewide reputation and will play a lead role in executing the school’s fundraising initiatives.

The Board is seeking a leader: with financial acumen, a general business background, excellent communication skills, with a commitment to a Catholic education in the Salesian tradition, and with fundraising experience and an ability to strengthen relations with alumni, industry, and social service organizations.

The ideal candidate will have an M.S. degree or equivalent, teaching and administration experience and experience in working with a Board of Trustees.


Construction Engineering Instructor

Bosco Tech is seeking, for immediate placement, a qualified full-time high school instructor in the Architecture & Construction Engineering Technology department. Successful candidates integrate their education and past experience with a desire to educate the next generation of builders, designers and engineers.

The qualified teaching candidate will be responsible for college-prep level instruction in construction sciences; civil and structural engineering; and green technologies as they apply to architecture and construction engineering. The candidate should demonstrate strong classroom management skills and the ability to prepare detailed lesson plans which will include subject content, multiple instructional modalities, hands-on labs and varied assessments. We build young engineers using their hands and minds, and the successful candidate must be comfortable with that themselves. A bachelor’s degree in civil, construction, environmental, or mechanical engineering, or urban and regional planning; or similar, is required.

Expected instructional duties include teaching age-appropriate theory and lab for light-frame construction; concrete, wood beam, bridge and structural design and testing; surveying and topographical studies; and green and energy efficient (LEED) design of structures. Duties also include student supervision and assistance in computer and wood-shop laboratories. Candidates should be very proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, and in conducting internet research as it pertains to the teaching responsibilities, as well as being comfortable around a variety of industry related power machines.



Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and a current résumé to:

E-mail: TechHR@boscotech.edu

Fax: 626.940.2001

Don Bosco Technical Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Don Bosco Technical Institute
1151 San Gabriel Blvd.
Rosemead, CA 91770


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Phone: 626-940-2000
Fax: 626-940-2001