Special Education Reading Instructional Coach
The role of the instructional coach is to improve student achievement by building teachers’ capacity and understanding of effective instructional practices, specialized instruction, differentiation and data-driven decision making. The coach, in conjunction with the administration, is responsible for ensuring high-quality instruction through modeling, co-planning, co-teaching and providing feedback to teachers and implementation of special education laws and practices.
Master’s Degree in an education-related field, preferably special education; current NE teaching certificate with special education endorsement. Experience as a successful and innovative special education teacher. Minimum of three years of successful special education classroom teaching experience.
Competitive salary schedule, plus $3,000 bonus paid upon successful completion of probationary period.
How to Apply
Submit an online application by going to www.gips.org; select Employment, Teaching/Specialist Positions, Student Support Services, go to the High School Special Education Resource position and click on Apply. Upload letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and letters of recommendation online. EOE/AA