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Now Hiring Resource Center Teacher-Multi-Grade 6-12Independent Study12 month/228 contract base daysBilingual in Spanish

Company name
The Charter School of San Diego

Location
San Diego, CA, United States

Employment Type
Full-Time

Industry
Bilingual, Education

Posted on
Jan 17,2019

Valid Through
May 02,2019

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Position Requirements/Qualifications:

The successful candidate will have the outstanding ability to engage and motivate students toward success; knowledge and experience with curriculum and teaching strategies; ability to facilitate learning and develop individualized education plans; counseling and facilitation skills; thrive on challenge, autonomy, and accountability; excellent organization, time management, and record keeping skills; experience with special student populations: at risk, gifted, learning handicapped, ESL, etc.; be creative and resourceful; possess computer skills; the ability to administer the complex operation of a resource center. Math, Science, and Technology skills are in great demand, but applicants in all subject areas are encouraged to apply.

Qualifications include CA single- or multi-subject credential or credential eligible (i.e., relevant course credits for a single or multi-subject credential, CBEST, and enrolled in a recognized teacher education program), experience teaching or counseling 6th-12th grade students. Valid California driver license and transportation required.

CSSD is an educational option for students in grades 6-12. Its instructional design is based on a University Model. Students work independently and attend labs, or tutorials 1-2 times/wk. Students come at scheduled times; no more than 20 students on site at a time. The learning environment, located in resource centers, laptops, desktop computers, wireless networks, and high-speed T-1 Internet access in each resource center.

Position Responsibilities:

· Improve each student’s ability to read, write, compute, speak, and problem solve; monitor and document this progress through a variety of assessment techniques.

· Implement the educational program required of CSSD.

· Upon completion of the personal education plan assessment, undertake those activities that result in the student achieving his/her academic and career goals.

· Create and maintain a community outreach effort to engage students, parents/guardians, residents, feed school communities, counselors, health and social service providers, neighborhood businesses, partnerships and alliances, and community based organizations. This active engagement will be achieved by documented home, school, and community visitation, telephone calls, personal conferences, letters, etc.

· Select, orient, provide leadership and supervise assistants and volunteers.

· Maintain compliance with resource center budgets, including expenses and student work product, protect and account for resource center assets.

· Perform accurate and timely accounting of student activities, i.e., master agreements, course contracts, continuums, portfolios, credit reports, contact logs, intervention sheets, and other documents deemed necessary for compliance.

· Demonstrate evidence of team building, collaboration, creative problem solving, flexibility, conflict resolution, cultural sensitivity, and genuine care for each student.

· Other duties as assigned.

Requirements for Applying

Qualifications include CA single- or multi-subject credential or credential eligible (i.e., relevant course credits for a single or multi-subject credential, CBEST, and enrolled in a recognized teacher education program), experience teaching or counseling 7th-12th grade students. CSSD Certificated Application (Edjoin application), Resume, three Reference Letters, copies of a valid credential. Documents delivered on line, or brought at time of interview. Valid California driver license and transportation required.

Bilingual in Spanish required. Position Requirements/Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the outstanding ability to engage and motivate students toward success; knowledge and experience with curriculum and teaching strategies; ability to facilitate learning and develop individualized education plans; counseling and facilitation skills; thrive on challenge, autonomy, and accountability; excellent organization, time management, and record keeping skills; experience with special student populations: at risk, gifted, learning handicapped, ESL, etc.; be creative and resourceful; possess computer skills; the ability to administer the complex operation of a resource center. Math, Science, and Technology skills are in great demand, but applicants in all subject areas are encouraged to apply.

Requirements for Applying

Qualifications include CA single- or multi-subject credential or credential eligible (i.e., relevant course credits for a single or multi-subject credential, CBEST, and enrolled in a recognized teacher education program), experience teaching or counseling 7th-12th grade students. CSSD Certificated Application (Edjoin application), Resume, three Reference Letters, copies of a valid credential. Documents delivered on line, or brought at time of interview. Valid California driver license and transportation required.

Bilingual in Spanish required. Position Requirements/Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the outstanding ability to engage and motivate students toward success; knowledge and experience with curriculum and teaching strategies; ability to facilitate learning and develop individualized education plans; counseling and facilitation skills; thrive on challenge, autonomy, and accountability; excellent organization, time management, and record keeping skills; experience with special student populations: at risk, gifted, learning handicapped, ESL, etc.; be creative and resourceful; possess computer skills; the ability to administer the complex operation of a resource center. Math, Science, and Technology skills are in great demand, but applicants in all subject areas are encouraged to apply.

CSSD is an educational option for students in grades 6-12. Its instructional design is based on a University Model. Students work independently and attend labs, or tutorials 1-2 times/wk. Students come at scheduled times; no more than 20 students on site at a time. The learning environment, located in resource centers, laptops, desktop computers, wireless networks, and high-speed T-1 Internet access in each resource center. Position Responsibilities: · Improve each student’s ability to read, write, compute, speak, and problem solve; monitor and document this progress through a variety of assessment techniques. · Implement the educational program required of CSSD. · Upon completion of the personal education plan assessment, undertake those activities that result in the student achieving his/her academic and career goals. · Create and maintain a community outreach effort to engage students, parents/guardians, residents, feed school communities, counselors, health and social service providers, neighborhood businesses, partnerships and alliances, and community based organizations. This active engagement will be achieved by documented home, school, and community visitation, telephone calls, personal conferences, letters, etc. · Select, orient, provide leadership and supervise assistants and volunteers. · Maintain compliance with resource center budgets, including expenses and student work product, protect and account for resource center assets. · Perform accurate and timely accounting of student activities, i.e., master agreements, course contracts, continuums, portfolios, credit reports, contact logs, intervention sheets, and other documents deemed necessary for compliance. · Demonstrate evidence of team building, collaboration, creative problem solving, flexibility, conflict resolution, cultural sensitivity, and genuine care for each student. · Other duties as assigned. SELECTION PROCEDURE: Selected applicants will be interviewed by a panel of teachers and will complete a math quiz and work-styles/behavior survey. Candidates who successfully complete this phase of process will be interviewed by Altus Directors at a later date. Teaching assignments may be for morning, afternoon, or early evening. MORE INFO: Visit website www.charterschool-sandiego.net NOTE: Applications are considered ONLY for this school, and NOT for other charter schools within SD City Schools or schools within the county. Equal Employment Opportunity No person working at The Charter School of San Diego or applying for work, is to be discriminated against in employment or application for employment or subjected to harassment in the work environment because of potential parental, family, or marital status or the exclusion of any person because of pregnancy or related conditions, age, gender, color, race, creed, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, health condition or sexual orientation. Employment or application shall not be affected by physical or mental disability where the employee is able to satisfactorily perform the essential duties required by the job. “New eligible employees will receive benefits the first of the month following their sixtieth workday. The benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, chiropractic, life insurance, and a variety of voluntary benefits. CSSD’s benefits are 100% employer paid for the employee and all eligible dependents.”

Company info

The Charter School of San Diego
Mary Trueblood Fall
Phone : 858-678-3902
Website : http://www.charterschool-sandiego.net/

Company Profile
The Charter School of San Diego (CSSD) is an educational option for students in grades 7-12. It is not a traditional school. Its instructional design is based on a "University Model." Students work independently and attend classes, labs, or tutorials two-to-five times per week. Community classrooms may be found in most neighborhoods. To meet the needs of the community, sites are small settings with enrollments of 40 to 160 students. Classrooms may operate between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Students come at scheduled times so that there are never more than 20 students on site at one time.

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