Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science and teaching certification required, Masters degree preferred. City University Schools complies with all Tennessee policies regarding minimum requirements that teaching/instructional be certified in the instructional subject area, or demonstrate progress toward obtaining proper certification.
Experience working with at-risk student population and record of increased student attendance, performance, retention and graduation. Be well versed in pedagogy and teaching strategies that encourage and produce success in students. Ability to participate in a campus environment where your work will be monitored on a regular basis. Experience incorporating multiple teaching methods in a classroom environment. Understanding of an academically rigorous learning environment with an appreciation of assessment and improvement. Experience working with adolescents in and outside of the classroom. The ability to incorporate technology into the learning environment.
Reports to: Campus President/Chancellor
Supervises: Middle School Students
Job Goal: To instruct students by delivering a set curriculum. Teach effectively, utilizing a group-focused instructional system, and always keeping in mind that the end is student learning.
Evaluate the effectiveness of teaching based on results of student achievement (student performance on tests, standardized tests)
Work with students enthusiastically, interact with students effectively, and contribute to the success of student life
Professional Growth (self and others)
Full-time teachers are scheduled to work 40 hours per week and are expected to have thirty (30) contact hours or periods per week.
Competitive salary: Health and dental insurance for employees working—a significant portion of the cost of these programs will be covered by the employer; Group term life and long-term disability insurance for employees; Retirement—any staff participation requirements of the state retirement system will be followed. Depending on the mix of teachers and staff and other cost considerations the School may offer a retirement savings program to all eligible staff if the staff at the School is not allowed to participate in the state retirement system.
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