Part-Time Elementary Reading Teacher (.5 FTE)

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JOB TITLE:  ELEMENTARY READING TEACHER- .5 FTE

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelors Degree from an accredited university or college
  • Valid Nebraska Certificate with appropriate endorsement in subject area
  • Successful teaching and/or practice teaching experience
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of Education may find appropriate
  • Successfully pass district background check

REPORTS TO:  Building Administrator

RECEIVES GUIDANCE FROM:  Building Administrator

JOB GOAL: To organize and foster a collaborative environment which effectively facilitates student learning, increases interpersonal communication skills, develops a deeper appreciation of culture and heritage, and reinforces respect for self, property and others.  The classroom teacher is expected to be a positive role model and assist students in his/her development as a productive citizen and responsible adult.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Nine-month year or as established by the Board of Education

EVALUATION:  Evaluated annually in accordance with the provisions of the district’s Personnel Evaluation Policy

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Consistent and punctual “on site” attendance at the worksite is an essential job function
  • Implements Board policy regarding education philosophy/curriculum under the direction of the administration through planning, organizing, managing, interacting with students; establishing rapport with students, staff, parents, and community; and continuing professional development
  • Plans instructional objectives and activities consistent with curriculum guides
  • Directs and supervises learning activities
  • Implements the disciplinary procedures of the building/district
  • Supervises behavior in the school environment to maintain the safety and well being of the students and staff
  • Keep accurate records of attendance, absences and tardies
  • Uses an appropriate variety of instructional approaches
  • Makes good use of technology, audio-visual materials and aids
  • Instruction is individualized to enable all students to experience academic growth and personal success
  • Communicates a positive support of the students in their educational development
  • Recognizes the exemplary influence of the educator over the students
  • Supervises playground, cafeteria, halls on a scheduled basis

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

  • Student behavior does not detract from the effective learning climate in the classroom
  • Teacher exhibits patience, openness, and concern in dealing with students
  • Rapport within and outside the classroom evidences mutual respect between the students and teacher
  • Teacher exhibits tact and self-control in dealing with parents
  • Accepts suggestions from administrators without resentment

OCCASIONAL:

  • Periodically issues communication forms and grade reports
  • Suggests positive recommendations for the continuing review and development of curriculum
  • Remains current with professional training and shows evidence of regular professional growth
  • Actively participates at scheduled staff meetings, PLC’s, and serves on educational committees
  • Assumes responsibility periodically for conferences with parents
  • Recognizes the extra curriculum program as integral to the educational development of the child
  • Performs other duties within the scope of employment and certification as assigned by the appropriate administrator

OTHER REQUIREMENTS (Intellectual, Sensory)

  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Skills in leadership, organization, problem solving and conflict resolution
  • Skills in human relations; ability to deal with a variety of people
  • Ability to work under stress
Zone 3

Grades

K–4

Category

Reading

Contact Information

Norfolk Public Schools
512 W Phillip Ave
Norfolk, Nebraska 68701
https://www.norfolkpublicschools.org

Angie Baumann
(p) (402) 644-2500 1112
(f) (402) 644-2506

How to Apply

To apply, click this link:  https://norfolkpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx