Licton Springs - Elementary PE Specialist and Middle School PE Teacher - 0.8 FTE

Employer
Seattle Public Schools
Location
Seattle, WA, US
Salary
Competitive

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Job Category
Administrator, Specialist / Coordinator, Teaching, Elementary Education Teacher, English / Reading / Language Arts Teacher, PE Teacher
Grade Level
Elementary School
Job Type
Part-Time
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Overview of Position

Seattle's first alternative school, Licton Springs K-8 is one of Seattle's most racially diverse schools. We are a Title I school community who is passionate about serving students who have not found joy, belonging, or academic or social success in other schools. Our students have not chosen a traditional school that will have robust music or team athletic programs, and we are looking for a teacher who is excited about that. We are seeking a culturally competent, antiracist teacher to lead our unique Physical Education and Health program who will have a passion for innovating beyond the SPS district curriculum to best meet the needs of our student population and to create and tap into a passion for lifelong wellness in our students. Ideal candidates will also enjoy and have experience in exploring and safely navigating through the natural beauty in our area and be excited about the idea of sharing that love and experience with our students. We prefer candidates who would be interested in serving as our Athletic Coordinator and wish to work Monday-Friday with a reduced hourly schedule.

National Board Certification Bonus: Teachers who hold a national board certificate for the entire duration of the year are eligible for an annual bonus of $5,593. Teachers may receive an additional bonus up to $5,000 based on the teacher's percentage of time spent at a qualifying school as determined by OSPI (full-time equivalent (FTE) as reported by the employer).

A classroom teacher fosters and enhances an effective learning environment, facilitates the development or revision of curriculum and instructional materials, establishes learning objectives and standards based upon general District guidelines, provides instruction, counsels, disciplines, and supervises to meet the individual needs of assigned students, and evaluates student performance and progress.?

Instructs students in a self-contained classes or courses in a classroom situation for which daily student attendance is kept, normally in any span of grades not above grad 6. Includes teachers who are not the primary instructor for the students, who provide instruction to several different groups of students or classes throughout the day. Examples would include music, band, and physical education, or other specialists.

Essential Functions

25%
  • Fosters an educational environment conducive to the learning and maturation process of assigned students; plans an instructional program designed to meet individual student needs and whole groups which may include at risk or special needs youth; prepares lesson plans
25%
  • Uses necessary and appropriate instructional methods and materials, which are suited to the well-being of the students and to the nature of the learning activities, program and/or curriculum involved; implements established program or curriculum objectives; attends in-service training and continues to improve professional growth through study and experimentation to remain current in methods and techniques for instruction.
20%
  • Establishes and implements, in a positive and supportive manner, classroom policies and procedures governing student behavior and conduct; provides guidance, counseling, and discipline to encourage students to meet standards of achievement and conduct; makes referrals for assistance where appropriate.
10%
  • Confers with students, parents or guardians, and other staff, maintaining an open positive relationship as appropriate to provide guidance and evaluation, and to encourage student achievement.
5%
  • Establishes classroom goals and objectives, in conformation with courses of study specified by State and School District statutes, regulations and guidelines; evaluates and records student progress; prepares reports for parents or guardians.
5%
  • Collects and interprets a variety of data; provides reports for administrative purposes.
5%
  • Directs the activities of assigned non-certificated personnel.
5%
  • Attends or participates in all required staff meetings and other activities deemed necessary by the District and/or building principal, in order to accomplish the objectives of the position and for professional achievement.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
  • Serves on staff committees as required.
  • Participates in a variety of activities to enhance personal and professional skills.
  • Performs related tasks consistent with the scope and responsibility of the position.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Required to deal with a wide range of student achievement and behavior; required to remain flexible to meet students immediate needs; required to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize; may experience frequent interruptions; may occasionally deal with distraught or difficult students; potentially exposed to ordinary infectious diseases carried by students; in some positions the necessary and appropriate instructional methods may require specific positions and movements, and sufficient stamina and exertions, to demonstrate techniques properly for student safety, or to conduct or direct students; in some positions precautions may need to be taken to prevent or lessen exposure of self and/or students to various materials, fumes, equipment, cutting edges or hot surfaces; may teach in a classroom without telephone communication.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Knowledge

Subject areas appropriate to assignment; effective behavior management techniques; effective instructional techniques; rules and procedures for student safety.

Skills

Proficiency in reading, writing, and oral communications; effective communication with parents or guardians in a diverse community; designing and implementing lesson plans for students having a wide range of achievement.

Ability

To deal with students in a positive and confident manner; be fair and consistent when working with a culturally, racially, and economically diverse student population; adapt to change and remain flexible; organize activities; manage student behavior; use good judgment to maintain a safe learning environment; provide instruction and demonstrate techniques; use necessary equipment, computers, machinery, tools, or software; direct assistants; in some positions, administer first aid and CPR; establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with students, parents or guardians, staff and administrators.

Typical Qualifications

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree; academic preparation for or experience in teaching a culturally, racially and economically diverse student population in an urban school system. Specific programs may require additional academic preparation or professional experience, including: working with bilingual students and assisting them in the transition to regular classrooms, implementing programs designed to prevent the dropout of "at risk" students, and, teaching multi-level, open-concept, and main-streamed classes.

CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSES:

Valid Washington State Teaching Certificate; some positions may require valid first aid and CPR certification; some positions may require a valid Washington State driver's license and/or a Class II driver's license.

CLEARANCES:

Criminal Justice Fingerprint and background check.

Seattle Public Schools benefits are administered by the Washington State Healthcare Authority (HCA) under the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB).

Eligibility for benefits is determined by the number of hours employees are anticipated to work during the school year (September 1 through August 31). Any employee who is schedule to work 630 hours or more in a year is eligible for benefits.

* 01

Please check ALL endorsement(s) that appear on your Washington State certificate or will be added to your current or newly issued certificate by September 1, 2021.
  • Agricultural Education
  • Arts: Visual
  • Bilingual Elementary
  • Bilingual Secondary
  • Biology
  • Business and Marketing
  • Chemistry
  • Counseling
  • Dance
  • Deaf Education
  • Early Childhood
  • Elementary
  • English Language Arts
  • English Language Learners
  • Environmental and Sustainability
  • Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Gifted Education
  • Health and Fitness
  • Humanities: Middle Level
  • History
  • Library Media
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics: Middle Level
  • Music: Choral
  • Music: General
  • Music: Instrumental
  • Reading
  • Science
  • Science: Earth and Space
  • Science: Middle Level
  • Science: Physics
  • Social Studies
  • Special Education
  • Special Education: Early Childhood
  • Technology Education
  • Theater
  • Traffic Safety
  • World Languages: Arabic
  • World Languages: Chinese
  • World Languages: French
  • World Languages: German
  • World Languages: Hindi
  • World Languages: Japanese
  • World Languages: Korean
  • World Languages: Latin
  • World Languages: Spanish


* 02

Are you a current Seattle Public Schools employee with a certificated contract for the 2021-22 school year?
  • Yes
  • No


* 03

Are you a current Seattle Public Schools certificated substitute?
  • Yes
  • No


* 04

Have you received a binding contingency contract for the 2021-22 school year?
  • Yes
  • No


* 05

Have you received a non-binding contingency contract for the 2021-22 school year?
  • Yes
  • No


* Required Question
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