Arts Teacher (TK-8th Bilingual) at Orange County Educational Arts Academy | EDJOIN

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Arts Teacher (TK-8th Bilingual) at Orange County Educational Arts Academy

Job Information

Date Posted: 10/6/2021 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2021-22
Salary: Placement in the certificated salary schedule. Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Rosalinda Vargas Email: rvargas@oceaa.org
Phone: 714-558-2787 3040

Job Summary

Job Summary

The K-8 Arts Teacher will organize and lead school wide efforts to align arts education, appreciation, and student portfolios with the OCEAA mission and curriculum. The Arts Teacher will develop a vision for arts integration and develop community partnerships and relationships with other OCEAA stakeholders to ensure the sustainability and quality of all arts programs, curricula and events. Applicants must be able to conduct lessons entirely in academic Spanish to students who are becoming bi-literate in Spanish and English.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
- Letter of Introduction
- Resume
- 3 Current Letters of Recommendation (within the last 3 years)
- Copy of Credentials
- Copy of Transcripts
- Completed Certificated OCEAA Application (available at http://www.oceaa.org/employment-empleo/)
*In addition to the above PDF attachments, please be sure to complete the required TargetSuccess Sketch, linked with this job posting, to be considered for an interview

Must have a:
-Current California Teaching Credential with endorsement in music and or/fine arts
-valid Multiple Subject Credential with BCLAD
-First Aid & CPR certification
-TB clearance



      Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
      - Letter of Introduction
      - Resume
      - 3 Current Letters of Recommendation (within the last 3 years)
      - Copy of Credentials
      - Copy of Transcripts
      - Completed Certificated OCEAA Application (available at http://www.oceaa.org/employment-empleo/)
      *In addition to the above PDF attachments, please be sure to complete the required TargetSuccess Sketch, linked with this job posting, to be considered for an interview

      Must have a:
      -Current California Teaching Credential with endorsement in music and or/fine arts
      -valid Multiple Subject Credential with BCLAD
      -First Aid & CPR certification
      -TB clearance

          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. We have 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.

          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. We have 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

          10/6/2021

          Contact

          Rosalinda Vargas
          714-558-2787 3040

          Number of Openings

          1

          Salary

          Placement in the certificated salary schedule.

          Length of Work Year

          2021-22

          Employment Type

          Full Time