The School District of Beloit is hiring a Career Technical Education administrator. The new administrator will be in charge of all career technical education programming in the district, said Superintendent Steve McNeal.
Whoever is hired will be responsible for its relationship with Blackhawk Technical College, overseeing advisory committees composed of local business people, curriculum development, working with the counselors for career exploration programming, supervising Career Technical Education teachers, determining the physical space needs of the programming, and making sure programing is current with workplace needs.
“The district knows it is a top priority for us to get our students ready for the workforce and have hopes that not only will we be able to place many students in careers through our program, we will attract many students from other districts to come at least part of the day as no other districts in our area will have this extensive Career Technical Education programming,” McNeal said.
McNeal said the salary range would be no more than $90,000. He said five administrative positions are being eliminated and will result in a net savings for the district.