Thank you for your interest in joining the SoCal ROC Team. We are looking for instructors with industry experience. Staff members are required to be knowledgeable of their respective fields and encouraged to participate in professional development.


Teach a program designed to provide students to complete the 1,000 hours of training necessary to take the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology examination. Theoretical and practical applications in the cutting, straightening, tinting, and bleaching of hair, wigs, and hairpieces are covered. Manicuring and facials are also included. Course covers all phases of cosmetology using a combination of classroom presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on practical assignments. 

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Teach students to become Yoga Instructors. The course creates a career pathway as a yoga instructor upon program completion of both Level I and Level II Yoga Teacher Training courses. Instruction will include postural technique, training, yogic practices, teaching methodology, anatomy and physiology, yogic lifestyle, and ethics. Also included are discussions and research on how these ancient practices apply to life today. After successful program completion, students will have the foundational training to apply for Yoga Alliance Certification for an RYT 2 certification.

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Position is under the direct supervision of the Superintendent or designee. Requires an individual with superior communication skills, both written and verbal. Must be media savvy and detail oriented. Candidate will create marketing material to disseminate and promote SoCal ROC programs to stakeholders and the community at-large. The position requires a person who is creative, diligent, and proactive in developing media strategies that promote a positive public image. Candidate must represent SoCal ROC in the community to various and diverse audiences.

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Director of Secondary Education/Principal

Under the supervision of the Superintendent, the Director of Secondary Education/Principal is responsible for all areas addressing the needs of SoCal ROC “Center” high school students, including but not limited to developing a master schedule of Center high school courses, coordinating student registration procedures for Center classes, performing certificated and classified evaluations, coordinating campus security program, enforcing student behavior standards, coordinating student recognition programs, coordinating programs for transitional needs students, working with Curriculum and Instruction Leaders, other duties as assigned.

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Teach a competency-based course designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in welding and in other related industries. Prepare students to meet industry certification requirements. Emphasis is placed on the application of the following occupation-specific skills for welding and related processes of Welding and Shop Safety: Oxyacetylene Cutting, Plasma Arc Cutting, Air Carbon Arc Cutting, Arc Welding, TIG Welding, MIG Welding, Weld Testing, General Shop Equipment, Trade Math and Layout and Fit Up.

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Director of Programs & Student Support Services

Under the supervision of the Superintendent, the Director of Programs & Student Support Services is responsible for all areas addressing the needs of SoCal ROC students, high school and adult students, including but not limited to developing courses, coordinating student registration procedures for Center classes, performing certificated and classified evaluations, working with Curriculum and Instruction Leaders, other duties as assigned.

SoCal ROC is seeking a Director of Programs/Student Support Services who has high professional and personal standards, has a vision for the future, and demonstrates it through his/her leadership. This individual will inspire, lead, guide, and direct all members of the instructional team in achieving the highest standards of excellence, so that every student may be provided with a meaningful and rewarding education.

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Teach a program that provides students the opportunity to learn advanced animal principles, know and respect diversity in the animal kingdom, and become animal advocates for animal welfare on all levels encompassing family pets, domestic livestock, and wildlife resources. This course will incorporate research methods to perform i studies of the anatomy and physiology of a variety of animal species, science labs, and advanced communication and critical thinking skills. This program prepares students for advanced post-secondary level education in animal science, biology, and/or zoology.


Teach a program that provides entry-level training in the unlicensed veterinary assistant/technician field. The program includes, but is not limited to, animal handling and restraint, anatomy, laws and ethics, and veterinary office procedures. Instruction is designed to provide students with opportunities for entry-level positions in animal veterinary hospitals, boarding kennels, and animal control agencies.

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Teach students the theory and clinical practices to prepare the students to take the Certified Nurse Assistant certification exam and prepare students for employment as a Certified Home Health Aide. Topics include medical and social needs of clients, personal care services, nutrition, and cleaning and care tasks in home settings. Clinical sites may vary each semester

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To direct the Vocational Nursing Program and organize a complex learning environment to achieve the goals of the Program and the students. The Director of Nursing will also plan, coordinate, implement and evaluate all aspects of the VN Program and other related programs as needed. The director is responsible for compliance with all regulations in Chapter 1, Article 5 (commencing with Section 2525 et seq).

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Instruction is a one semester course designed to prepare students to obtain an entry-level position in a medical office. The course includes instruction in clinical skills such as vital signs, assisting with exams and with minor surgery, basic lab procedures, and performing EKGs, venipuncture, skin puncture, and injections. The administrative skills include receptionist duties, appointment scheduling, and managing patient records. The course consists of four clinical modules (446, 447, 448, 451), one administrative module (414) and an optional afternoon through early evening externship module (461). 

The administrative module is offered in the daytime hours only. Upon completion of each module, students receive a course certificate. 

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