After School Teacher TK-8th Grade at Orange County Educational Arts Academy | EDJOIN

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After School Teacher TK-8th Grade at Orange County Educational Arts Academy

Job Information

Date Posted: 1/11/2022 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year: 2021-22
Salary: $15.00 - $18.00 Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Rosalinda Vargas Email: rvargas@oceaa.org
Phone: 714-558-2787 3040

Job Summary

Job Summary

The After School Teacher is a part-time position providing academic intervention, homework support and enrichment activities to students in grades TK-8th as part of a high-quality, personalized After School program at OCEAA. The After School Teacher is responsible for independently supervising groups of up to 25 students, delivering high-quality instruction, upholding the mission and values of OCEAA, and working with other members of the after-school program team to track students’ academic progress and support students' social and emotional development.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
- Letter of Introduction
- Resume
- 3 Current Letters of Recommendation
-Application located at https://oceaa.org/employment-empleo

Must have:
-current TB clearance
-valid CPR and first aid certification

Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
- Letter of Introduction
- Resume
- 3 Current Letters of Recommendation
-Application located at https://oceaa.org/employment-empleo

Must have:
-current TB clearance
-valid CPR and first aid certification

      Comments and Other Information

      Orange County Educational Arts Academy (OCEAA) is a TK-8 independent charter school specializing in dual language immersion programming which serves over 600 students. Our mission at OCEAA is simple: to nurture all learners to become creative, critical thinkers by providing high quality standards-based instruction through the arts, technology, language and culture. OCEAA has a diverse population; approximately 70% of our students are low income, 50% are English Learners and 7% are Students with Disabilities. Grounded in our Habits of Character - integrity, compassion, courage, collaboration, and perseverance, OCEAA partners with EL Education as a national network school to create classrooms where students achieve content mastery in two languages and become active contributors in building a better world.

       


      Application Deadline

      Until Filled

      Date Posted

      1/11/2022

      Contact

      Rosalinda Vargas
      714-558-2787 3040

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      $15.00 - $18.00

      Length of Work Year

      2021-22

      Employment Type

      Part Time