Submit Applications To:

Cumberland Perry Area CTC

ATTN: Rebecca Kann

110 Old Willow Mill Road

Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

or e-mail applications to opportunities@cpatech.org. 

Administrative Director

The Capital Area Intermediate Unit is coordinating the applicant search for the CPACTC Administrative Director.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY.  

Healthcare Pathways Instructor (Application)

 Healthcare Pathways Instructor

 Cumberland Perry Area CTC has an opening for a full-time Healthcare Pathways Instructor beginning with the 2024-2025 school year. 

 Requirements include 4 years of experience and EITHER:

1.      RN license; OR

2.      LPN license; OR

3.      Bachelor’s degree combined with other PA State Board license or National Certification (ex: Medical Assisting certification).

 Previous teaching experience helpful but not required.  Individuals without appropriate teaching certification through the PDE must be willing to complete coursework requirements to obtain CTE teacher certification.

 Duties include development and implementation of curriculum, with the ability to plan, assess and supervise students in a classroom and laboratory setting.  Topics covered in the Healthcare Pathways program include patient care skills, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pharmacy technician, EKG, phlebotomy, and office procedures.  Instructors teaching schedule subject to vary based on student course selection.

 Salary dependent upon experience.  190 workdays per year.  Full benefit package includes retirement; health, dental, and vision insurance; paid personal and sick days. 

 Applications will be reviewed until receipt until the position is filled. Interested applicants should mail OR email the PA Standard Teacher Application, letter of interest, resume, and references to opportunities@cpatech.org or to Cumberland Perry Area CTC, 110 Old Willow Mill Road, Mechanicsburg, PA  17050.


Job Description

Instructional Assistant (Application)

Cumberland Perry Area CTC seeks an Instructional Assistants for several programs.  Instructional Assistants support student in one-to-one, small-group, and classroom settings.  View job description at www.cpatech.org School Information-Employment. High school diploma required; associate’s degree and trade experience preferred. Position is part-time; beginning at $17-18/hr., 6 hrs. per day, approx. 185 days per school year.  Send cover letter, resume, and references to:  opportunities@cpatech.org

Job Description

NATCEP (Nurse Aide) Instructor (Application)

Cumberland Perry Area CTC seeks part-time primary (RN) and secondary (LPN) NATCEP (Nurse Aide) Instructor for day or evening program.  Two years nursing experience as an RN or LPN with at least one year experience in long-term care is required.  Applicants must have taken or be willing to take the Teaching the Educator (TTE) Nurse Aide Instructor Course. If the TTE course is needed, CPACTC can reimburse the candidate upon hire. Stipend is $6000 per course taught, which may be divided between primary and secondary instructors.

Applications may be submitted by mail or email to opportunities@cpatech.org.  Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. 

Job Description

Substitute Teacher (Application)

Cumberland Perry Area CTC seeks substitute teachers to join our team of highly-motivated, passionate educators. Compensation is $125/day. Bachelor’s Degree OR industry experience within the CTE program, required. EOE. Substitute teachers serving in the Cosmetology program must possess their State Board of Cosmetology Teacher's license. Come learn why our substitutes return year after year!

Substitute Health Room Assistant (Application)

CPACTC is seeking a substitute Health Room Assistant to be called upon for emergency and pre-planned coverage of the Health Room.  Current L.P.N. or R.N. license required.  Salary is dependent upon experience.



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Cumberland Perry Area CTC is an equal opportunity education institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, and handicap in its activities, programs, or employment practices as required by Title VI, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitations Act of 1973.  For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, contact the Administrative Director at 717.697.0354.