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ESL Teacher

ESL Teacher

 

Responsibilities

  •     Exemplify, advocate and operationalize the mission, vision and core values of the school
  •     Plan, organize, and provide instruction in English that meet state and federal standards
  •     Provide instruction that is consistent and coordinated with the school’s instructional program so as to ensure that students meet and exceed learning targets
  •     Address all aspects of communication through appropriate instruction that develops each student’s ability to read, write, speak, and listen in the appropriate content area
  •     Administer academic and language assessments for the purpose of evaluating student progress for meeting academic learning targets and progress in language acquisition
  •     Maintain complete and accurate records of student progress and evidence of growth and progress
  •     Adapt curriculum to provide individual, small group, and/or remedial instruction as to meet the needs of individual students and subgroups of students
  •     Establish and maintain standards of student behavior required to run an orderly and productive classroom environment
  •     Employ a variety of instructional techniques and strategies to meet different aptitudes and interests of students
  •     Oversee assigned out-of-classroom activities during the school day, as needed
  •     Communicate regularly and maintain strong relationships with students and families
  •     Assist in student arrival and departure, transitions between class periods, and lunch periods
  •     Attend a minimum of seven school-wide evening events per year
  •     Arrive at school each day by 7:15 a.m. and leave no earlier than 4:30 p.m.
  •     Complete other tasks as assigned by the School Director and Principal

 

Qualifications and Certifications

  •     Firm belief in the ability of all students to achieve at high levels, and high expectations for low-income children to become college ready and attend selective universities
  •     New Jersey teacher certification or certificate of eligibility
  •     Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
  •     Excellent written and verbal skills
  •     Experience teaching in an urban environment, with demonstrated quantifiable and objective student performance gains that surpass state or local averages
  •     Demonstrated ability to work well in a team, particularly with parents and community members
  •     Self-reflective and analytical problem solver
  •     Openness to feedback, willingness to take personal responsibility, and a desire to learn from others
  •     Unwavering in pursuit of excellence even in the face of difficult opposition and challenges

  

Application Process:

Candidates wishing to apply should send a resume and cover letter explaining the basis of their interest and relevant experience to https://www.applitrack.com/rosevillecharter/onlineapp/.