The Teaching Assistant supports the Lead Instructor, periodically acts as relief instructor and participates in evaluating students. The Teaching Assistant serves as a role model to inspire and lead the student body and therefore must adhere to the Code of Ethics and all standard operating procedures.
Minimum of an A.O.S. degree and two years experience in the culinary field. Related training and experience can be considered in lieu of the degree. Must have experience with provides evidence that the candidate has (1) a good understanding of the higher education process; (2) the ability to analyze problems and recommend solutions: (3) the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and (4) the ability to exercise mature judgement.
New England Culinary Institute (NECI) is one of the leading culinary schools in the United States, and is located in Vermont. Most people can only dream of living and working in such a beautiful part of the country. If you are passionate about the culinary arts and about teaching, this can be a dream come true.
We have more than 700 students and accredited Associate and Bachelor Degree and Certificate programs. Culinary students spend 75% of their education in hands-on experience in our food service operations, all open to the public. We operate restaurants, bakeries, bars, a statewide off-premise catering operation, non-commercial food services, and on-premise banquet/conference facilities while maintaining one of the lowest student to teacher ratios in culinary education.
Our faculty is made up of chefs and other industry professionals who are passionate about sharing their love for the food service industry and committed to training a new generation of professionals who will carry on old traditions and create new ones.