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Teacher, Substitute, Foreign Language: FRENCH at Mt. Diablo High School

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10/1/2012
Marsha Andersen
925-682-8000 ext. 4139
Not Specified
Sept 17 - until permanent teacher returns
Full and Part Time
1/31/2013 4:00 PM Pacific
$138.50 per day (Retired Teachers $156.50 per day)
Date Posted:
10/1/2012
Application Deadline:
1/31/2013 4:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full and Part Time
Length of Work Year:
Sept 17 - until permanent teacher returns
Salary:
$138.50 per day (Retired Teachers $156.50 per day)
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified
Contact: Marsha Andersen Email: andersenme@mdusd.org Phone: 925-682-8000 ext. 4139
French I (2 classes), French II (2 classes), French III & IV Combination (1 class)
French I (2 classes), French II (2 classes), French III & IV Combination (1 class)
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
3002 DAY TO DAY SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS Responsibilities and Procedures 1. The substitute is responsible for the students’ conduct in the assigned classes. When and if special problems arise, he/she should feel free to turn to the responsible administrator for help. He/she should not feel that such a request for help is in itself a reflection upon his/her ability or that it will be so considered by the principal. 2. Remember that you set the tone for the day. Class control is very important. Children follow your lead. The first ten minutes in a room can set the stage properly or ruin your chance of success. 3. The substitute is responsible for the full schedule of the regular teacher. This includes the classroom day, clubs, study halls, yard duty, and any special duties performed by the absent teacher. The substitute is expected to follow the plans of the teacher as closely as possible. He/she is invited to attend all faculty meetings, and is expected to attend specific meetings at the request of the principal or supervisor. 4. The substitute shall: a. Meet with the Principal (or designee) for orientation to the school policies and procedures such as: Attendance, discipline, support system, rainy day schedule and any other pertinent policies for that school. b. Check to see if there are sufficient supplies in the classroom to fulfill the aims of the lesson plans. If there are not, he/she should contact the office. c. Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures. The responsible administrator should be contacted in case a serious discipline problem arises. d. Leave the regular teacher a report of work done in the plan book, especially if lesson plans have been altered. e. Correct papers and list grades for the regular teacher. f. Leave adequate notes regarding absences, transfers, new students, and new books ordered and books returned. g. Place detached chairs on desks after school in order to facilitate sweeping. h. Leave room as neat as possible at the end of the day with things approximately in the same place in which they were found. i. Lock classrooms whenever he/she and the students are out of the room. If he/she is the last-session teacher, he/she should make sure that all windows and doors are locked. If the school has not issued a key, it is the substitute’s responsibility to notify the office at departure. 5. The elementary substitute teacher is required to teach Physical Education instruction.

Requirements for Applying

Valid California Single Subject/Secondary Credential with authorization in Foreign Language: French

  • Copy of Transcript (As proof that bachelor degree or higher is held, if no credential is held)
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two signed letters of recommendation, less than two years old)
  • Resume (One page in length, recently updated)
  • Test Results/Materials (CBEST results -except for holders of lifetime credentials, which have no expiration date)
  • TC1 - Single Subject Teaching Credential - FLF - Foreign Language: French
  •      OR TC1 - Single Subject Teaching Credential - FLFX - Foreign Language: French (Examination)      OR TCSS- Single Subject Teaching Credential SB 2042 - FLF - Foreign Language: French      OR TCSS- Single Subject Teaching Credential SB 2042 - FLFX - Foreign Language: French (Examination)      OR UNKN- UNKNOWN (Foreign Language: French)

Requirements for Applying

Valid California Single Subject/Secondary Credential with authorization in Foreign Language: French

  • Copy of Transcript (As proof that bachelor degree or higher is held, if no credential is held)
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two signed letters of recommendation, less than two years old)
  • Resume (One page in length, recently updated)
  • Test Results/Materials (CBEST results -except for holders of lifetime credentials, which have no expiration date)

  • TC1 - Single Subject Teaching Credential - FLF - Foreign Language: French
  •      OR TC1 - Single Subject Teaching Credential - FLFX - Foreign Language: French (Examination)      OR TCSS- Single Subject Teaching Credential SB 2042 - FLF - Foreign Language: French      OR TCSS- Single Subject Teaching Credential SB 2042 - FLFX - Foreign Language: French (Examination)      OR UNKN- UNKNOWN (Foreign Language: French)

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Application Deadline: 1/31/2013 4:00 PM Pacific

Applicants are encouraged to enter their Social Security Number into their Edjoin job seeker profile when applying for positions. While we cannot view your SSN, it does enable us to directly access your credentials on the CTC website. The District administration reserves the right to screen applicants based on a review of applications, resumes, and recommendations, to use job related testing as part the interview process, and does not guarantee a personal interview to all applicants. Equal Opportunity Employer

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