Teacher, ASB Leadership, Film, Yearbook and World History at Northgate High, 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR
- Mt. Diablo Unified School District
- Concord, CA, US
- Job Category
- Teaching, English / Reading / Language Arts Teacher, Social Studies Teacher, World History Teacher
- Grade Level
- High School
Length of Work Year:
185 days + 2 days New Teacher Orientation
$60,019 - $110,663*
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Contact: Chris Essayan
$1,590 for Masters, Ed.D/Ph.D, and National Board Certification
*MDUSD Career Increments::
Applied when appropriate up to $110,663
Medical, vision and dental. Employees with .50 FTE or greater are eligible for Medical Benefits..
CalSTRS (California State Teachers Retirement Plan)
Job Description / Essential Elements:
CERTIFICATED TEACHING PERSONNEL
Duties and Responsibilities of Classroom Teachers
Classroom Teachers shall be evaluated by the site administrator or his/her designees on the basis of how their performance conforms to the California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Classroom Teachers assigned to multiple sites shall be evaluated by a site administrator assigned by the appropriate Assistant Superintendent or his/her designee.
Alternatively, qualified first year teachers may be evaluated by a coach from the Peer Assistance and Review Program.
The duties and responsibilities of Classroom Teachers are as follows:
1. to establish, in cooperation with the principal or his/her designee (or designated by the collective bargaining agreement), goals and objectives consistent with the evaluation article of the collective bargaining agreement.
2. comply with all laws and regulations of the State of California, policy and rules of the Mt. Diablo Unified School District Board of Education, and terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement, which include but are not limited to the following:
a. being present on campus during contractually designated time;
b. attending job-related meetings and activities;
c. submitting accurate forms, reports and other required documents;
d. complying with mandatory child abuse reporting laws;
e. adhering to State adopted curriculum and standards.
3. while on a site is responsible to the site administrator for the care, control, and instruction of the students in his/her charge.
4. to report promptly to the principal (or an individual designated by the principal) any serious accident or illness affecting students.
5. to respect the individuality of the children.
6. to maintain conditions and practices in the classrooms which positively affect the physical and mental health of the children.
7. to report promptly to the principal (or individual designated by the principal) any factors which prevent the full exercise of duties and responsibilities.
8. to keep abreast of current innovative educational practices and curriculum trends so as to be in a position to participate in policy-making processes and curriculum revision.
9. to enforce all rules governing the conduct of pupils as may be prescribed by the Superintendent and the Board of Education, as well as those developed cooperatively by the principal and the faculty, not in conflict with the Board of Education policy.
10. to work cooperatively with employees of the District and with the community.
11. provide and maintain adequate lesson plans and instructions for substitute teachers.
12. to perform those non-instructional duties and responsibilities, including supervisory and advisory duties, as may be prescribed by the Board of Education.
Requirements / Qualifications
Requirements / Qualifications
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.
(Include a Copy of Credential or "Details of Selected Credential" print-out from the CTC website with the document number and validity dates. DO NOT USE PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION).
Out-of-state candidates may apply. Any applicant with an out-of-state credential, subject matter authorization, or other credential not listed below, may attach their credential in the UNKNOWN (UNKN) category below. For information about obtaining a California teaching credential, contact the CTC at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Students currently enrolled in California credential programs may apply, but need to provide an email/letter from the recommending institution specifying enrollment and expected completion date.
If your English Learner Authorization (CLAD/BCLAD/EL/ELA/SDAIE) is not embedded in your credential, you may enter it in your application under credential requirements
Bilingual Spanish is desirable, but not required.
- Credential Copy (Attach CA or Out of State Credential. If finishing a program, attach a Letter of Appeasement or Intern Eligibility Letter from your university)
- English Learner Authorization (CLAD/BCLAD/EL/ELA/SDAIE or equivalent (Please attach here if not enbedded in your credential))
- Letter of Introduction (Stating the position you are applying for and your skills and qualifications)
- Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two letters, less than 2 years old)
- Other (Test Results (CBEST/EQUIVALENT & CSET/PRAXIS/MSAT))
- Resume (One page in length)
- Single Subject Teaching Credential - Art
Mt. Diablo Unified School District (MDUSD) is honored to serve nearly 29,000 students at more than 50 school sites in Contra Costa County, in the cities of Clayton, Concord, Pleasant Hill, portions of Martinez, Pittsburg, and Walnut Creek, and the unincorporated communities of Bay Point, Lafayette, and Pacheco.
MDUSD offers award-winning, innovative programs in Career Technical Education (CTE), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), extensive visual and performing arts programs, rich foreign language and dual immersion offerings, and regional magnet programs. MDUSD is pleased to offer the only High School and Elementary School International Baccalaureate (IB) programs in Central Contra Costa County; efforts are underway to establish the program at other elementary schools and a middle school. Our College Now program enables high school juniors and seniors to take college classes at Diablo Valley College that allow them to meet high school graduation requirements while also earning college credits, one of only three such programs in the region. The nationally-renowned Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program is in place districtwide. The district also offers a Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program at more than 20 elementary school sites.
Our highly-acclaimed Adult Education program helps more than 7,500 adults each year achieve education, employment, and personal goals with extensive course offerings for career and technical education, adult basic education, high school diploma and high school equivalency, parent education, English as a Second Language, family literacy, citizenship, programs for adults with disabilities, and personal growth and enrichment. In addition, Adult Education supports one of the 10 regional American Job Centers of California Access Sites at its Loma Vista Adult Center, offering job readiness and career search workshops and resources.
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