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ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM TEACHER POOL at Alum Rock Union Elementary School District

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About the Employer

The Alum Rock Union Elementary School District in San Jose is nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Santa Clara Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alum Rock is a family-oriented community committed to its children and schools. The City of San Jose provides a wealth of cultural, recreational, and entertainment activities for all ages in one of the most pleasant climates in the country. THE DISTRICT Alum Rock schools are neighborhood schools. Classrooms and schools represent the demographics of East San Jose. Parent involvement, community support, English classes, and health outreach services all contribute to school improvement. Standards-based instructional materials and immaculate campuses make Alum Rock schools a fine place to work and grow as a teacher. ETHNIC DIVERSITY Alum Rock serves a student body rich in racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity. Our curriculum is designed to meet the needs of all students. Professional Development is provided for teachers to assist students in reaching their full potential. The district provides a supplemental instructional program for English Learners as well as programs for gifted students and students with special needs. COMMITMENT The Alum Rock staff is committed to high expectations of achievement by delivering effective instruction that results in outstanding student performance. If this is your commitment as well, Alum Rock is the place to be!

Job Information

Date Posted: 7/12/2022 Application Deadline: 7/11/2022 4:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2022/23 School Year - Full Time - 5 days wk - 10 mo. Yr
Salary: $64,177 - $107,408 for initial salary placement ($1,925 MA or $2000 Doctorate Degree Stipend) Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified
Contact: Irma Barahona Email: irma.barahona@arusd.org
Phone: 408-928-6835
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

ALUM ROCK UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

BOARD POLICY

June, 1969


#SlI - CLASSROOM TEACHER

I. General Functions
Teachers shall be responsible to the school principal, and

A. Encourage, inspire, and motivate children to learn.

B. Adhere to the course of study, use legally authorized textbooks, and follow the policies prescribed by the district.

C. Instruct students in the principles of morality, truth, justice, patriotism, free government, and a true comprehension of the rights, duties and dignity of American citizenship.

D. Give attention to the physical welfare of pupils and to ventilation, lighting, and temperature of school rooms and to the general wellbeing of pupils.

E. Contribute to good staff relations.

F. Cooperate in community activities.

G. Assume a part in curriculum development.

II. Duties and Responsibilities
A. Staff problems

Teachers shall work cooperatively to find satisfactory solutions to staff problems.

B. Work load of school

Each teacher shall assume graciously a fair share of work of the school to be assigned by the principal, such as yard and bus duty.

C. Attendance

Teachers shall be at school at least one-half hour before the time set before the opening of school and remain at least one-half hour after class dismissal.

D. Reports, cumulative records, and registers

Reports, cumulative records, and registers are to be kept accurately, neatly, and submitted promptly on request.

S—150(5llp)
Orig. 5/61
Rev. 6/69
Attachment

E. Confidential information

Teachers shall treat confidential information according to the ethics of the profession, and the policies of the Board.

F. Channels of communication

Teachers shall act through channels of communication prescribed by the superintendent.

G. Code of ethics

Teachers shall adhere to The Code of Ethics of the Education Profession, adopted by the NRA Representative Assembly, July,1968, and by the CTA State Council of Education, November, 1968, (see attachment)

H. Outside activities

Teachers should not engage in outside activities which impair teaching efficiency or lesson moral standing.

I. Care of materials and equipment 

Teachers shall be responsible for school property and shall instruct pupils in its proper care.

J. Adequate teaching plans

Teachers shall plan sufficiently and effectively, and shall keep substitute teacher folders current and available.

K. Extra—curricular activities

Teacher shall assume a fair share of the extra-curricular duties.

L. Discipline

Teachers are responsible for the discipline of their own classes and for helping to maintain general school discipline.

M. Faculty meetings

Teachers are expected to attend faculty meetings at the time and place designated.

N. PTA meetings
All teachers are expected to attend PTA meetings.

O. Professional improvement 

Teachers are expected to support professional organizations and are encouraged to attend meetings of these groups.

Teachers shall participate in district in-service activities as directed by the superintendent.

P. Reporting pupil progress

Pupil progress shall be reported in at least two regularly scheduled conferences with parents each year.

Q. Recruitment

Teachers shall encourage promising students and other persons to enter the teaching profession.

R. Medical examination

Each employee shall have a chest X—ray or TBN skin test as required by the State Board.

S. Recording credential

Teachers shall have the proper credential recorded with the County Superintendent of Schools.
T. Accidents

Teachers shall be responsible according to policies of the Board for the care and reporting of accidents.

U. Health and welfare

Teachers shall work with the school nurse in all health problems and activities,.

V. Grooming

Teachers are expected to set a positive example for children and community. Concern for personal appearance and professional judgment is essential. Personal grooming is a part of the established teacher evaluation.

W. Substitutes — Notification

Anyone requiring a substitute must call before 7:00 a.m. of the day needed. Anyone having a substitute should notify the Personnel Office as soon as he or she is certain of being able to return to work. In no case should this be later than 7:00 a.m. of the day of return. After that time, the employee will be expected to pay for the substitute. The Personnel Office will notify the substitute of the employee’s return as soon as possible


Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED ONLY IF BEING CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW. Minimum Qualifications: Appropriate valid California Teaching Credential (Multiple Subjects) Classroom Experience

Required Documents (Current Employees - Do not apply through edjoin): Intra-District Application Resume Required Documents (Outside Applicants - Edjoin Only): Resume Letter of Intent Passing status verification: CBEST/CSET/MSAT/RICA Out of state Basic Skills Exam Copy of CA Teaching Credential or proof of filling status for California Teaching Credential. Three letters of recommendation Transcripts

APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED ONLY IF BEING CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW. Minimum Qualifications: Appropriate valid California Teaching Credential (Multiple Subjects) Classroom Experience

Required Documents (Current Employees - Do not apply through edjoin): Intra-District Application Resume Required Documents (Outside Applicants - Edjoin Only): Resume Letter of Intent Passing status verification: CBEST/CSET/MSAT/RICA Out of state Basic Skills Exam Copy of CA Teaching Credential or proof of filling status for California Teaching Credential. Three letters of recommendation Transcripts

      Comments and Other Information

      Your application is incomplete if the above required items are not attached to your edjoin application by the deadline. Incomplete applications will remain in that status. You will not be eligible for an interview. ALUM ROCK UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT Board of Trustees desires to provide a positive work environment where employees and job applicants are assured of equal access and opportunities and are free from harassment in accordance with law. The Board prohibits district employees from discriminating against or harassing any other district employee or job applicant on the basis of the person's actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex, or sexual orientation. PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES SHALL BE FREE FROM UNLAWFUL DISCRIMINATION (BP 4030) Sexual harassment of or by any person in the work or educational setting shall not be tolerated; it shall be a violation of district policy to engage in any conduct which constitutes sexual harassment. Complete district policies on nondiscrimination and sexual harassment are available through Human Resource Development. (BP4180 & BP4135)

       


      Application Deadline

      7/11/2022 4:00 PM Pacific

      Date Posted

      7/12/2022

      Contact

      Irma Barahona
      408-928-6835

      Number of Openings

      Not Specified

      Salary

      $64,177 - $107,408 for initial salary placement ($1,925 MA or $2000 Doctorate Degree Stipend)

      Length of Work Year

      2022/23 School Year - Full Time - 5 days wk - 10 mo. Yr

      Employment Type

      Full Time