Staffing Boutique is proud to announce a new permanent job opening!
Our client is a leading charter school located in the South Bronx that is currently hiring for an Academic Intervention Services Teacher for grades K - 5.
Teachers work in highly collaborative teams and have a great deal of professional responsibility within the school’s curriculum and lesson planning framework. Teachers are responsible for providing an engaging instructional program to scholars that puts them on the road to college. Our teachers create a safe, structured, and joyful learning community that fosters citizenship and critical thinking. Teachers are outcome-oriented, hardworking and receptive to feedback, putting in the time necessary to ensure scholars meet the school’s high expectation for learning.
- All candidates must have:
- a master’s degree in education and
- New York State teaching certification (preferred).
- Successful candidates are:
- self-motivated learners who love to apply new interventions and assessments
- highly-skilled collaborators who hold themselves, students, and colleagues accountable for their work
- creative thinkers who take a solutions oriented approach to classroom and school challenges and
- hard-working professionals dedicated to doing whatever it takes to close the achievement gap.
- Ideal candidates have:
- two or more years’ teaching experience
- a graduate degree in literacy
- clear evidence on cover letter and/or resume of successfully moving students from far behind grade level to grade level despite barriers
- organization and flexibility to manage multiple changing schedules seamlessly
- a sense of humor to infuse joy in the classroom and school community and
- entrepreneurial leadership to relish an environment that is collaborative and innovative at its core
Responsibilities of Academic Intervention Services Teachers
- Uphold vision of inclusive education, modeling for other school community members in words and actions;
- Implement Title-I funded Targeted Assistance Program;
- In implementing Tier I interventions, integrate work seamlessly with other teachers in the classroom;
- Create goals and objectives with teachers for Tier I and Tier II interventions and maintain appropriate documentation for each;
- Assist in identifying children eligible for Tier I classroom based interventions and support teachers in developing robust interventions;
- Provide increased daily instructional time in English Language Arts and/or Mathematics by pushing in to classrooms and working with students during the balanced literacy block, or pulling out students throughout the day for one-to-one or small group support. For example,
- Teach targeted students for a portion of each day in group or one-on-one sessions that are separate from the activities of non-targeted students;
- Regularly assess targeted students formally and informally;
- Provide direct and guided instruction as informed by assessment data in math, phonics, reading and writing strategies to targeted students; and
- Reinforce strategies used in the general instruction program, focusing on gaps identified through analysis of student assessment data.
- Collaborate with classroom teachers for seamless curriculum implementation; and
- Provide support in classrooms as a Substitute Teacher as assigned.
Timeframe and compensation
- Teachers are required to be on-site from 8:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. three days a week, and from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. two days a week for professional development. Teachers begin the year in mid-August for a mandatory two-week Summer Teacher Workshop prior to the 190-day school year.
- Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits are provided in accordance with school policy.
Minimum Education Required