Middle School Math Interventionist
The math interventionist’s role is to provide job-embedded professional learning that helps teachers and staff more effectively and consistently analyze data, diagnose learning gaps, and implement instructional strategies and interventions that impact student learning. In conjunction with school principals, the math interventionist will help provide the support and technical expertise teachers need to implement strategies that address the gaps of struggling learners.
Nebraska Teacher Certification with Mathematics endorsement required and Master’s Degree with 3 or more years of experience teaching math preferred.
How to Apply
Submit an online application by going to www.gips.org; select Employment, Teaching/Specialist Positions, Middle School Teaching, scroll down to the position and click on Apply. Upload letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and letters of recommendation online. EOE/AA