Provides education and training in academic, functional, or
recreational areas as specified in approved lesson/training plans; uses
appropriate classroom tools and equipment such as visual aids to enhance
learning. Prepares specialized lesson and training plans, curriculum
and work study programs; creates and/or modifies teaching materials and
learning aids for students with sensory impairments. Evaluates student
progress through written work, observation, testing and oral feedback,
and complete necessary reports. Researches, compiles and submits
training data for monthly, quarterly and annual reports. Maintains
documentation of classes, evaluations, and other related information;
produces complete, accurate, and legible records of training and
evaluations. Submits reports to appropriate person or location based on
standard operating procedure; produces reports as assigned and
completes and transmits other documentation, data, or reports as needed
or assigned. Plans and conducts extra-curricular activities for
students. Performs other duties as assigned.
They will select the Education and Instruction Specialist
Position # 22109747 with the AR Dept. of Health. The job pays $30,713
per year (even though there is a range listed it starts at the minimum) and
they work Monday-Thursday 630-500. There is some overnight out of state
travel required. The office is stationed in Little Rock.
This position will be responsible for training law enforcement in
use of the Intoximeter EC/IR II. It’s an instrument used in DWI cases to
determine the amount of alcohol in a person’s breath.