Summer School Bilingual / ESL Teacher - SY 2021-2022

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Position Type:
Summer School Teaching Positions

Date Posted:

Mason-Clark Middle School
(High-Needs School)

Date Available:

Closing Date:
Until Filled

This is Summer School Position and does not constitute permanent hire in the District for 2022-2023 school year.

The Summer School Program shall be from 8:00am - 1:00pm each day and held from May 26, 2022 to June 30, 2022. All teaching and learning will be in-person. Per The Local 1220 Bargaining Unit, payment will be $250 per Day /Session. All applications must be completed on Frontline.

TITLE: Bilingual / ESL Teacher CLASSIFICATION: Certified
FLSA: Exempt DEPARTMENT: James Avant Elementary School
SALARY: Teacher Salary Schedule WORK YEAR: 180 days
REPORTS TO: Principal or Designee

Under the direction of the Principal, the Bilingual teacher provides specialized services and support to students for the purpose/s of developing the students' ability to effectively perform courses of study in the English language and will guide students in gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve at or above grade level. Teachers will plan lessons, provide instruction, manage the classroom in a manner that is conducive to learning, as well as demonstrate fairness and respect with students. The teacher will work with parents/guardians, as well as district support personnel to provide appropriate support to students. The teacher will perform professional responsibilities in a manner that is in compliance with Board policy, as well as adhering to state and federal laws regarding public education.

  1. Bachelor's or Master's Degree
  2. Illinois Professional Educator License with Bilingual Education or English as a Second Language endorsement
  3. Experience with children of the age to be taught
  4. Technology skills necessary to deliver instruction

Knowledge of:
  1. Illinois Learning Standards
  2. Academic evaluation and data collection methods
  3. School Improvement
  4. Best Practices in the delivery of curriculum and instruction
  5. Content Area to be taught
  6. Classroom Management
Ability to:
  1. Deliver instruction in a manner that improves student achievement
  2. Implement intense student support
  3. Collect and manage data related to student progress
  4. Monitor and support student safety
  5. Communicate effectively orally and in writing
  6. Work in a team environment with teachers and other stakeholders

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: (May not include all duties performed):
  1. Provide written lesson plans in accordance with the objectives of the instructional program
  2. Establish high expectations for learning for all students and make ensure that students are aware of these expectations
  3. Monitor and evaluate student progress and adjust instruction to support achievement
  4. Apply effective practices in the delivery of curriculum and instruction
  5. Use differentiated instruction that is aligned with student need
  6. Comply with all district/school policies, practices and procedures.
  7. Attend training/professional development and implement information and materials provided
  8. Use available technology to enhance instruction and achievement
  9. Demonstrate competency in all subject areas taught
  10. Provide evidence of student performance and progress
  11. Establish and maintain rules and conduct and discipline that are consistent with District Policy and Procedures and that result in an environment conducive to learning
  12. Adhere to policies and procedures regarding Special Education referrals, staffing, and conferences
  13. Practice fairness in teacher-pupil relationships and exhibit an understanding and respect for students as individuals
  14. Be punctual and regular in attendance to school and duty assignments
  15. Exhibit a cooperative attitude and professionalism toward students, parents, community, and school personnel
  16. Make appropriate use of professional preparation periods
  17. Present an appearance that does not adversely affect the student's ability to learn
  18. Communicate the academic progress, attendance, and conduct of students to their parents/guardians
  19. Other duties as necessary to the position

Inside/outside office environment.

Frequent standing, sitting, walking, and lifting Physical Requirements of Job Functions:
Standing 0-4 hours per day 1-7 hours per day
Walking 0-2 hours at a time 1-2 hours per day
Sitting 0-2 hours at a time 0-5 hours per day
Driving Occasionally Occasionally
Essential Functions Measured in Terms of Frequency
I. Body Movement
  1. Bend/Stoop Frequently
  2. Squat/Crouch Occasionally
  3. Climb Occasionally
  4. Crawl Not at all
  5. Overhead Reach Occasionally
  6. Shoulder Reach Frequently
  7. Kneel Occasionally
  8. Twisting Occasionally

II. Lifting
  1. 0-10 lbs. Frequently
  2. 11-20 lbs. Occasionally
  3. 21-40 lbs. Occasionally
Additional Comment: Lifting or carrying refers to office supplies and equipment. Climbing stairs in or around buildings is also necessary
III. Repetitive Movement
  1. Feet (both) Not at all
  2. Hands (both) Constantly

Fine manipulation
Simple grasping
Light pushing and pulling

Please note: The information contained in this job description is for compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this position. Additional duties are performed by the individuals currently holding this position, and additional duties may be assigned.
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