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Mathematics Teacher at Charter High Schools of The Foundation for Hispanic Education (LCPA, LVLA, RCLA)

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Job Information

Date Posted: 3/8/2022 Application Deadline: Continuous
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2022-2023
Salary: Based on Experience Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: William Lamping Email: jlamping@tfhe.org
Phone: 408-585-5022 1032
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
Latino College Preparatory Academy DESCRIPTION OF POSITION Develops and presents lessons to students; evaluates students' progress; maintains proper classroom control and learning environment; assists in curriculum development; supports and supervises co-curricular activities. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Develops and presents lessons that demonstrate planning, preparation and that are consistent with the LCPA course of study. 2. Develops and presents lessons whose performance objectives are understood by the students and are supportive of district goals. 3. Evaluates student progress based primarily on achievement of performance objectives. 4. Uses a variety of instructional techniques and materials which are appropriate to the course and to the students. 5. Maintains proper control and preserves a suitable learning environment. 6. Demonstrates and promotes punctuality. 7. Maintains current records of student attendance and progress that can be easily understood and readily interpreted by others. 8. Participates with fellow staff members in the development and implementation of curriculum and instruction and other appropriate departmental activities. 9. Keeps up to date in subject area and continually works for the improvement of instructional techniques. 10. Makes periodic evaluation of the subject(s) taught. 11. Adheres to approved district course of study, policies and procedures. 12. Attends and participates in departmental school and University meetings. 13. Supervises the proper use of equipment and facilities with the students' safety in mind. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES 1. Treats students with courtesy and respect. 2. Demonstrates an awareness of student's social, psychological, emotional academic needs. 3. Acknowledges professional responsibility to support and supervise co-curricular activities. 4. Shares ideas, techniques and materials as appropriate with other staff members. 5. Demonstrates willingness to offer and receive suggestions. 6. Cooperates in the use and care of all equipment and materials. 7. Demonstrates as awareness of the total LCPA educational programs. 8. Attends conferences and reads professional literature. 9. Maintains current knowledge of available instructional materials. 10. Keeps informed of social, political and economic developments in the University and local San Jose community. 12. Demonstrates an awareness of the socio-economic and ethnic makeup of the San Jose community. 13. Has knowledge of the functions of the various community agencies including referral services. 15. Promotes community responsibility among students. SUPERVISION EXERCISED OR RECEIVED 1. Under general supervision of Director. 2. Supervisory responsibility over classified personnel assigned to his or her classes. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1. Appropriate secondary teaching credential. 2. Minimum college degree to satisfy credential requirements. EVALUATION 1. Semi-annually by Director or designate for first year teachers. 2. Annually by Director or designate for probationary teachers. 3. Bi-annually by Director or designate for teachers with permanent statu

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Resume, CBEST, and CSET test results, Credential Copy (may include Provisional Intern Permit, Short Term Staffing Permit, Internship Credential) or appeasement letter (in place of credential), CLAD, Letter of intention/interest directly tied to school's vision and mission.

Please submit three (3) letters of recommendation. Copies of unofficial transcripts are accepted along with this application. An appeasement letter is required for candidates anticipating a credential.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation
  • Resume
  • TB Screening Result

Resume, CBEST, and CSET test results, Credential Copy (may include Provisional Intern Permit, Short Term Staffing Permit, Internship Credential) or appeasement letter (in place of credential), CLAD, Letter of intention/interest directly tied to school's vision and mission.

Please submit three (3) letters of recommendation. Copies of unofficial transcripts are accepted along with this application. An appeasement letter is required for candidates anticipating a credential.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation
  • Resume
  • TB Screening Result

    Comments and Other Information

    This position offers medical, dental, vision, long/short-term disability, voluntary life insurance and contributions to CalSTRS. A selection committee will review submissions; successful candidates will receive a phone call and an invitation to an in-person interview. Following a conditional job offer, candidates will be required to submit fingerprint clearance and Official Transcripts.

     


    Application Deadline

    Continuous

    Date Posted

    3/8/2022

    Contact

    William Lamping
    408-585-5022 1032

    Number of Openings

    1

    Salary

    Based on Experience

    Length of Work Year

    2022-2023

    Employment Type

    Full Time