Academy of Multimedia and Communication

Ridgeland, MS, US
Apr 21, 2021
Position Type:
High School Teaching/Career & Technology Education

Date Posted:

Madison Central High School

Date Available:

Closing Date:
Until Filled

Rosa Scott/Madison Central High School

All applicants must apply online and attached resume along with 3 references. Must hold a Valid MS Educator license.

The Secondary teacher, teaches one or more subject, such as English, mathematics, or social studies, to students of junior high/high school age/level in an effort to lead them toward the goals of the district.

• Possess proper certification and current licensure for position as required by the Mississippi Department of Education
• Have met other qualifications and requirements as established by the school district


• Create videos for promotion of the school and school related activities
• Create videos for the purpose of mass communication
• Attends various extra-curricular activities in video and communication as a support role.
• Works closely with administration and staff to develop an appropriate instructional program
• Develop instructional lessons commensurate with teaching assignment and consistent with adopted curriculum
• Plan a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of all students
• Prepare written plans for each day's lessons
• Establish appropriate plans for substitute teachers
• Work with specific program and special education staff to best serve the educational needs of all students
• Attends IEPs and/or 504 meetings as required
• Create an environment that is conducive to learning
• Develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior that complements district's philosophy on discipline
• Communicate expectations regarding student behavior to student and parent/guardian
• Monitor progress and interpret evaluation results of students on a regular basis and provide appropriate progress reports.
• Maintain accurate and complete records as required by law and Board policy
• Attend staff meetings, serve on committees, and participate in in-service activities
• Keep a current inventory of classroom curriculum materials, supplies, and equipment
• Provides learning experiences for maximum student out comes that match their abilities interests and which promote high expectations for all students.
• Develop written lesson plans containing specific performance objectives
• Monitor student performance by becoming thoroughly familiar with the student's records and utilizing test data to improve instruction
• Provide a safe, orderly atmosphere conducive to learning.
• Develop and maintain a classroom discipline plan in keeping with School Board policies and procedures
• Be responsible for supervision of students inside and outside the classroom as required by school board policy
• Assist in selecting supplies, materials, textbooks, and equipment to enhance learning
• Participate in professional staff development activities
• Strive for excellence in all school related endeavors
• Cooperate with local and district staff in planning and implementing system-wide goals and objectives
• Attend regular and called faculty meetings
• Keep accurate records and provide students with feedback on completed assignments
• Upgrade teaching certificate as required by state certification standards and local district policy
• Be punctual and conscientious in school attendance and participate in related functions as assigned by the principal
• Clear any absence, as far in advance as possible, with the principal or his/her designee
• Assist in upholding and enforcing school rules and regulations, administrative procedures, and School board policies
• Maintain good public relations with parents and students
• Assist in the continuing development of subject area curriculum objectives
• Make provision for being available to students and parents for education related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms
• Be cognizant of the rules and regulations, policies, and procedures governing special education programs within the school district
• Be knowledgeable of the district's curriculum, Mississippi Curriculum frameworks, Mississippi assessment System
• Participate cooperatively in the supervision-evaluation process for the purpose of improving instruction and student achievement
• Work collegially with other teachers in the sharing of ideas and skills.
• Perform all other duties and responsibilities assigned by the principal in order to contribute to an effective school operation
• Teaches with emphasis on: Grades 10-12- assigned subject areas per the school principal/teacher schedule by assigning lessons, correcting papers, and observing oral/written presentations


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The work environment is a standard office setting and school/classroom combined with a server room. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate and occasionally high.