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This is a district wide position. In order to be considered for this position, internal and external applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and copy of Teaching and Administrative certificate with their application by 9pm on Thursday, June 20. The Assistant Principal provides assistance to the building principal in the administration of the total school program. Required: Must possess a Type A Teaching and Type B Administrative certificate with appropriate grade level. Preferred: Teaching or administrative experience working in a elementary school environment preferred. Salary: $83,179 - $114,699 DOE
Contract length: 196 days
SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the director of Teaching and Learning Support the incumbent will create data reports for the school board, assemble and submit data elements for the state Report Card to the Public and other data reports in support of district and partner grants. This position will receive and respond to a variety of data requests and will work with the Director of T&L to provide professional development around data and data reporting. This position also manages the English Learner Program for the school district including identification of students, student learning plans, purchasing, student assessment and leading monthly EL PLC groups. Other facets of this position include management of the student information system (Powerschool), managing the STEPS grant, managing the process and application of multiple assessment tools across all grades districtwide.
The work year is determined by the School Board; Coordinator positions are typically for a 210-day contract period from August to June. Salary is determined by level of education and years of comparable work experience for placement on the JSAA Salary Schedule. This position is represented by the Juneau School Administrative Association collective bargaining unit.
COMPENSATION: The annual salary range is Range G on the JSAA Salary Schedule $92,189 - $118,085 (placement is dependent on experience) for a 210-day contract from August to June. The Juneau School District offers an excellent benefit package including: an employer-sponsored medical, dental and vision plan, employer-paid life insurance, membership in the Teachers Retirement System (TRS), an optional tax-deferred retirement plan and relocation stipend for high-needs positions.
Selected hire will be fingerprinted at applicant’s expense and fingerprints forwarded to the Alaska State Troopers and the FBI for a criminal background check.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Direct the development of District curricula in all subject areas according to a timeline of review, development, and adoption.
Lead professional development and monitor implementation of instructional methodologies that have been proven to be successful generally in education, and specifically shown to be successful in rural Alaska and in multi-graded classrooms.
Plan, organize, and be responsible for the success and usefulness of Teacher In-Services. Plan and explore all professional opportunities for YFSD Staff.
Work with certified personnel on all matters affecting their job responsibilities regarding implementation of District curricula and in their instructional practices.
Evaluate certified teachers.
Take part in District Office Administrative Team meetings.
Oversee and perform duties related to Federal Program reporting requirements.
Manage, direct, and oversee School Site Improvement Plans through Alaska STEPP plans developed at each school, and likewise coordinator the District STEPP Plan.
Seek-out and write grants for advancing District curriculum development and instructional practices, teacher professional development, and educational opportunities for students.
Manage the Curriculum Department budget.
Oversee the individual school Pre-School programs through the Pre-school Project Coordinator.
Oversee the Native language and culture revitalization efforts through the Native Language and Culture Coordinator.
Monitor and intercede as necessary in the program of instruction for all Juniors and Seniors to ensure they are on a graduation path, working closely with the District Counselor/Test Coordinator.
Oversee and work closely with the Director of Technology to ensure effective use of technology is occurring for instructional objectives.
Act as Principal of the Districtís Distance Education Program School.
Work closely with the Director of Vocational Education on the career and technology career path programs for students.
Assist and guide Site Administrators with the leadership responsibilities at the Districtís schools.
Participate in interviews for both certified and classified position applicants. Post openings and receive and review applications.
Administer the Battle of the Books program.
Review school Field trip requests. Administer the field trips for Alaska Close-up and Washington, D.C. close-up.
Other duties as may be assigned by the Superintendent.
EDUCATION DIRECTOR SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE
This position is responsible for comprehensive development and management of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s education programs and curriculum development projects responding to the needs of Alaskan Native students. This includes the Scholarship Program and Language Program in conformance with established policies and guidelines.
· Assess overall educational needs of Southeast Alaska Native students.
· Remain current in education methods, theories and principles that promote Native students.
· Assess and identify governmental educational policies and legislation that may hinder or improve Native education.
· Provides leadership in development, planning, coordination with appropriate SHI departments and staff and evaluation of SHI’s education programs.
· Formulates and develops grant proposals theoretical and programmatic direction in both Educational and Language based grants.
· Implements and coordinates curriculum development, grant requirements, and compliance with budgets.
· Works with Scholarship Program Coordinator to assure compliance with established policies, procedures and budgets.
· Maintains outreach with Native communities, organizations and schools and represents SHI in external education meetings.
· Provides leadership to Language Specialists to assure projects are completed in a timely manner and to SHI’s standards.
· Supervises a staff of professional, technical and clerical personnel.
· Assists with SHI’s biannual Celebration event.
· Performs other related duties as assigned.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Knowledge and experience in culture/place-based curriculum development.
· Knowledge of educational systems and requirements.
· Ability to multi-task, managing several projects at once while meeting required deadlines and project milestones.
· Demonstrated ability to provide team leadership and supervision and ongoing evaluation of staff.
· Proposal writing and grant administration experience.
· Financial management and budgeting experience.
· Ability to interpret and apply policies and standards.
· Strong organizational and planning skills.
· Demonstrated effective verbal, writing, and interpersonal communication skills.
· Extensive knowledge of the educational, social, cultural, and economic needs of Southeast Alaska Native Peoples.
· Ability to analyze and report on program effectiveness.
· Proficiency in computer applications for word-processing, spreadsheet and database software.
This position will supervise the Education Department, including the Deputy Director, Program Coordinators and Education Administrative Assistant.
This position’s duties are performed at the Walter Soboleff Building. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, and fax machines.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to verbally communicate. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift and/or move objects up to 20 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move objects up to 50 pounds.
POSITION TYPE AND EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK
This is a full-time benefited position, working 37.5 hours a week. Regular hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm.
None to minimal.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
· Bachelor of Arts or Science degree in education or related field.
· Two years of experience in an educational system.
· Two years of experience managing a curriculum development program or project.
· Ability to perform all facets of the position.
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
· Master of Arts or Science degree in education or related field.
· Five years of progressively responsible administrative experience.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
This position is responsible for comprehensive development and management of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s education programs and curriculum development projects responding to the needs of Alaskan Native students. This includes the Scholarship Program and Language Program in conformance with established policies and guidelines.
POSITION: Director of Technology
1. High school diploma or the equivalent
2. Four years related college education and 2 years practical experience, or 5 years practical experience.
1. Bachelor of Science or equivalent work-related experience, minimum of six years of experience.
2. Experience with PowerSchool highly desirable.
3. Experience with Mac operating systems up through OSX. PC experience with Win 2007, Windows ME, NT and XP. Experience with server setup and administration. (This would include NT, Server 2000, Linux, and Unix)
4. Familiarity with networked/distributed computing environment concepts, understand basic routing and switch protocols. Knowledge and training in stateof-the-art diagnostic, software, tools, and equipment used in computer and network maintenance.
5. Able to work well with little supervision and make decisions such as repair or
5. Ability to plan, layout, and complete complex assignments.
6. Able to work safely and efficiently in public areas.
7. Must be physically fit with strength, agility, and stamina to work with heavy components, on ladders, and be on feet for prolonged periods in a safe manner.
8. Ability to independently diagnose and resolve complicated maintenance and installation situations with a minimum of guidance from the supervisor.
9. Ability to read, understand, and evaluate manuals, operating instructions, specifications, and diagrams and be abie to transfer that knowledge to effective resolution of problems and repairs.
1. Maintain an inventory of existing equipment and software.
2. Responsible for centralized purchase and distribution of hardware and software.
3. Develop criteria for review and acquisition of hardware and software.
4. Implement, coordinate, and evaluate systematic training of staff in the use of
computers in education.
5. Coordinate efforts to ensure that computer usage augments curriculum needs.
6. Survey parental reaction to computer usage in the schools.
7. Serve as the district liaison in coordinating efforts between computer professionals, other school districts, and the Alaska Department of Education.
8. Evaluate equipment usage throughout the district to maximize potential hardware and software availability to students.
Yukon Flats School District
Position Description: Technology Coordinators/Computer Technician Page 2
9. Oversee the shipping, receiving, and/or maintenance of equipment in need of
10. Be versed in the availability and trends of computer software and hardware. 11 . Prepare and present school board reports on a monthly basis.
11. Work with Business Manager to develop yearly budgets in regards to equipment
and technological supplies for the district.
13. Develop, maintain, and distribute IT policies locally and to remote sites.
14. Provide technology user support for the district
15. Maintain district web-site and audit school web sites.
16. Maintain Mac and PC computers district wide (8 rural sites) and at the
17. Maintain District wide servers and internal networks at all times.
18. Work with service provider on email and WAN access problems for all sites. Yukon Flats School District
Position Description: Technology Coordinators/Computer Technician Page2
19. Diagnoses computer hardware and software problems.
20. Replaces defective components such as hard drives, memory, and system
21. Pulls, terminates, and tests network cabie.
22. Evaluate, recommend and implement new software and hardware solutions.
23. Ensure security of data and critical systems on the network.
24. Configure and maintain district File Severs
25. Responsible for E-rate program management for the district and apple for E2T2 Technology Grant
26. Responsible for developing and implementing a district-wide technology plan in a timely manner and provide technology training through professional development
27 . Implement a Power School Student Management program for the district.
28. Work in collaboration with GCi personnel in delivering useable and successfully operable video conferencing programs and equipment.
29. Assumes other position related duties as prescribed by the Superintendent of
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The Kodiak Island Borough School District is accepting applications for the following extra duty position vacancies at Kodiak High School for the 2019/2020 school year:
Position Salary* Approximate Dates
Key Club Sponsor $1,904 09/03/2019 - 05/29/20
*Salary is dependent upon experience, in accordance with the extra duty schedule for District.
Qualifications: Must have coaching experience or extensive experience as a participant in the sport or activity, and be able to travel off-island for competition.
Working/Practice Times: After school, evenings, and weekends. Application Instructions: Internal and external applicants are required to submit a new or updated District application at the https://www.applitrack.com/kodiakschools/onlineapp/ website.
The Kodiak Island Borough School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This position will have an emphasis in English Language Arts. Internal Applicants: FEA Members are only required to fill out the FEA Transfer Request Form portion of the application! Preference will be given to internal FEA members. Per Article 401 of the FEA Negotiated Agreement, a teacher must be at least in their second semester of their second year of teaching OR a first year teacher who has been notified that they are being cut at the building level for the 2019-20 school year to be eligible to apply. Teachers must also have a satisfactory performance record. External Applicants: Please attach the appropriate documents based on the list provided below. Job summary: Instructs students in the appropriate district curriculum, creates a positive and effective learning environment for all students, and provides strong academic, social, physical and emotional growth for all students. Work year: at least 184 days Salary: see attached salary schedule Work day: 7 hours At time of posting, candidates must:
Applications are screened for accuracy and attention to detail. Answers to questions are evaluated predominantly for content but also for quality of writing skills. In order to be considered for this position please attach ALL of the following documents:
This position will teach 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math and the homeroom science class, along with two encore classes (coding and non-electronic strategy games). Internal Applicants: FEA Members are only required to fill out the FEA Transfer Request Form portion of the application! Preference will be given to internal FEA members. Per Article 401 of the FEA Negotiated Agreement, a teacher must be at least in their second semester of their second year of teaching OR a first year teacher who has been notified that they are being cut at the building level for the 2019-20 school year to be eligible to apply. Teachers must also have a satisfactory performance record. External Applicants: Please attach the appropriate documents based on the list provided below. Job summary: Instructs students in the appropriate district curriculum, creates a positive and effective learning environment for all students, and provides strong academic, social, physical and emotional growth for all students. Work year: at least 184 days Salary: see attached salary schedule Work day: 7 hours At time of posting, candidates must:
Position Summary: This teaching position will be working for GATEWAY READY! Early Childhood Pre-School Program to support preschool students getting ready for kindergarten. Qualifications needed to teach them effectively include knowledge of best practices and preschool educational methods as well as the ability to engage them and earn their trust and attention. The goal is to contribute to the healthy mental and emotional development of the child so they can more easily acclimate in the next level of education. Salary Range: $50,265 - $87,459 in accordance with the Agreement. Full Benefits.
JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Early Childhood Teacher QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelors Degree in Elementary or Early Childhood Education. 2. Current Type "T" Alaska teaching certificate 3. Experience with 3-5 year olds and/or early primary grades. 4. Commitment to a developmentally appropriate curriculum. 5. Ability to be creative. 6. Ability to train, supervise and effectively use paraprofessional staff. 7. Patience and commitment to development of a new program. 8. Capable of being a positive team member. 9. Familiarity with bilingual, bicultural students. 10. Knowledge of and experience in rural Alaska preferred. 11. Knowledge of developmental stages, learning appropriate to 3-5 year olds 12. Highly Qualified, or the ability to become Highly Qualified, in assigned core content area if appropriate ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Assists paraprofessionals in the ECE program. 2. Demonstrates student achievement and is responsible for student learning. 3. Works a full day in accordance with state/federal and negotiated policies. 4. Develops detailed lesson plans. 5. Keeps accurate, current records of student achievement, attendance and program evaluation. 6. Meets health and safety standards in accordance with state laws. 7. Is responsible for handling discipline problems. 8. Develops and locates materials needed for teaching lessons. 9. Administers and scores tests for the purpose of evaluation of the educational program and pupil progress. 10. Refers students for physical, mental, social, and educational services not provided in a regular, self-contained classroom. 11. Is responsible for the development of yearly goals for students and program. 12. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. SALARY: Placement on BSSD Teacher Pay Scale LENGTH OF EMPLOYMENT: 192 Days REPORTS TO: Principal LOCATION: Shishmaref Send initial letter of application with resume, or ATP Applitrack file to: email@example.com Written correspondence or mailed applications should be addressed to: Director of Human Resources Bering Strait School District P.O. Box 225 Unalakleet, Alaska 99684 firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: Bering Strait School district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The District Title IX ,504 and ADA contact person is: HR Director Bering Strait School District P.O. Box 225 Unalakleet, Alaska 99684
The Sitka School District is accepting applications for an Early Childhood Special Education Teaching Position in a Pre-school setting. Qualifications: Valid Alaska teaching certificate, Early Childhood endrosement. Alaska Natives are encouraged to apply.
The Sitka School District is a friendly community located in the beautiful City and Borough of Sitka, Alaska. With a population of around 8,000 the town is situated in the heart of the Tongass national rain forest on the Gulf of Alaska. There is world class fishing, hunting, hiking, camping and numerous other outdoor activities that are easily accessible.
There are five Schools: Baranof Elementary School (PK-1), Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School (2-5), Blatchley Middle School (6-8), Sitka High School (9-12), Pacific High School (9-12 alternative), SouthEast Alaska Career Center (vocational training), and Sitka Community Schools (after school programming). The District has 1200 Students (PK-12), a student to teacher ratio of 15:1.
Certified Teacher - Nome Public Schools, Nome Alaska. [Early Childhood (Pre-K)] Certified Teacher, Pre-K
Nome Public Schools is a rural, city school district offering a 9 month long teaching position. Nome Public Schools is a learning community of 720 students and 51 teachers. Candidates must possess an Alaska Initial Teacher Certification or an Alaskan Professional Teacher Certification with appropriate endorsement(s), or able to qualify for such by the first day of school.
Prior successful Alaskan teaching experience.
Experience delivering intensive Reading instruction.
Dynamic skills in culturally relevant education practices.
Skills with parent and community relations.
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of effective assessment methods.
Location: Sayeik Gastineau Elementary School
Part Time (.25 FTE) ANY POSITION ADVERTISED AUGUST 1st OR LATER WILL BE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT ONLY. TEACHING POSITION: Requires Alaska teaching certificate with appropriate endorsement (s) (for information visit: http://www.eed.state.ak.us/TeacherCertification).
Position Summary: The successful candidate for this position will work closely and collaborate with Principal, Literacy Coach, Instructional Support Team and colleagues on matters such as instructional strategies, ongoing assessment, curriculum and data analysis. This position works to build strong relationships with families and staff necessary to meet the social, emotional and instructional needs of each student. The successful candidate will possess successful experience with primary differentiated instructional strategies in reading, writing and mathematics as well as possess a strong knowledge of Early Childhood best practices. Applicants for this position must have extensive experience with a variety of effective instructional strategies in reading including guided reading and direct instruction. Knowledge of ongoing assessment and progress monitoring of students is essential. This position is responsible for learning and implementing new instructional techniques. This position is a great opportunity for anyone who is a lifelong learner. Minimum Requirements:
Compensation: The Juneau School District offers a competitive salary dependent on experience and education. We also offer an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, and the Teachers Retirement System (TRS) plan.
To Apply: Complete an online application on our website at www.juneauschools.org/hr.
Written correspondence or mailed applications should be addressed to:
NOTE: Bering Strait School district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The District Title IX, 504 and ADA contact person is: HR Director Bering Strait School District P.O. Box 225 Unalakleet, Alaska 99684
Certified Teacher - Nome Public Schools, Nome Alaska. Nome Public Schools is a rural bush Alaska city site school district offering a teaching position. Nome Public Schools is a learning community of 720 students and 51 teachers. Candidates must possess an Alaska Initial Teacher Certification or an Alaskan Professional Teacher Certification; with appropriate endorsement(s), or able to qualify for such by the first day of school. Prior successful Alaskan teaching experience is strongly preferred. Dynamic skills in culturally relevant education practices, parent and community relations, differentiated and data based instruction are assets we seek in our teachers along with consistent and effective classroom behavior management skills. Demonstrated proficiency in the use of effective assessment methods and diagnostic individual learning profiles are both desired in our candidates.
Certified Teacher - Nome Public Schools, Nome Alaska.
Nome Public Schools is a rural bush Alaska city site school district offering a teaching position. Nome Public Schools is a learning community of 700 students and 54 teachers. Candidates must possess an Alaska Initial Teacher Certification or an Alaskan Professional Teacher Certification; with appropriate endorsement(s), or able to qualify for such by the first day of school. Prior successful Alaskan teaching experience is strongly preferred. Dynamic skills in culturally relevant education practices, parent and community relations, differentiated and data based instruction are assets we seek in our teachers along with consistent and effective classroom behavior management skills. Demonstrated proficiency in the use of effective assessment methods and diagnostic individual learning profiles are both desired in our candidates.
CyberLynx Homeschool and Correspondence Program in Wasilla is seeking a skilled, passionate, and enthusiastic certified teacher who is dedicated to working with students and families and who is interested in a non-traditional education opportunity.
CyberLynx is committed to maintaining a dynamic staff of caring and talented educators who are dedicated to student success and family satisfaction. Wasilla CyberLynx serves families who choose to homeschool their children in grades K-12 and high school students who need an alternative and flexible path toward graduation. This position requires professional knowledge of curriculum (K-12), Alaska State Standards, and an understanding of developmental norms.
This position requires partnering with parents to design their student’s individual education/learning plan, maintaining physical and electronic student files, communicating regularly with families regarding students’ academic progress, receiving and reviewing students’ quarterly work samples, issuing grades, tutoring students as needed, and connecting students to resources in the community.
The ideal candidate personally connects to our mission, excels at communication, develops and maintains positive relationships with other staff, parents, and students across diverse populations, works well in challenging situations, and proactively identifies opportunities to support students, all while remaining grounded in the day-to-day implementation of tasks and responsibilities. The candidate is also organized and efficient, gives attention to detail, is flexible and adaptable, and maintains a primary focus on service to students, parents, and colleagues.
CyberLynx is a statewide correspondence program under the Nenana City School District (NCSD), with offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Nenana, and Wasilla. NCSD offers a competitive salary package comparable to other Alaska School Districts offering a traditional teacher contract. CyberLynx office hours are 9 - 4:30, Monday - Friday. CyberLynx is a year-round program.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for a professional educator who desires the chance to make a significant impact on student achievement and outcomes.
Please submit a cover letter telling us why you want to work with us at CyberLynx and how you can contribute to what we do. Videos, websites, electronic portfolios, or other creative methods of introduction are also welcome.
Link to CyberLynx website: https://cyberlynx.org/
Link to NCSD website: https://www.nenanalynx.org/
Link to NCSD negotiated agreement: https://tinyurl.com/y6vgcxld
Advertisement for Music Teacher
Tongass School is a public school in Ketchikan, Alaska with approximately 180 students and 35 staff members. The school is seeking a full-time certified teacher. Job duties include choral music, movement and music, and beginning band instruction. Primary duties will be whole-class music instruction and classroom teacher support through music integration within classrooms. Additional duties include working actively as part of the school's English Language Arts improvement team. This will entail providing support for small student groups using strategies such as reader's theater, songwriting, and repeated reading/singing. As a part of the Tongass School faculty, the music teacher will meet regularly with classroom teachers, the PE teacher, and the art teacher to coordinate instruction around a theme used to connect learning within all subject areas each trimester. If interested, please contact Dr. Marian Gonzales with your resume at email@example.com.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to teach beginning band, manage a classroom of up to 26 elementary students from grades K-6 and will be able to work in a fast-paced elementary school that highly values a positive team-based and student-centered culture.
Location: Districtwide (Riverbend Elementary School) Full-Time Position (1.0 FTE)
Make a difference for the children in our community!
Position Summary: The successful individual will manage a student caseload on a special education team and will demonstrate the ability to contribute to a dynamic and innovative team working effectively to enhance the educational program within the school and the district. This person will be aware of, and able to use, multiple forms of assessment. This position primarily works with students who experience autism with an emphasis on communication needs. Minimum Requirements:
Compensation: Salary is dependent on experience and education. The Juneau School District offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision as well as membership in the Teachers Retirement System (TRS) plan.
How to Apply:
Please visit our website at www.juneauschools.org/hr to complete an online application.
Alaska's 2nd largest school district is looking to hire Elementary teachers for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year! We are located 45 minutes outside of Anchorage, AK. We have 18,000+ students across 47 schools. Our communities include: Glacier View, Sutton, Palmer, Wasilla, Butte, Knik-Fairview, Meadow Lakes, Big Lake, Houston, Willow, Talkeetna and Trapper Creek.
Our Mission is to prepare all students for success.
Position Description: To teach students through a variety of instructional techniques both the required and supplementary subject matter and skills within district curriculum and create an excellent classroom environment which is conducive to learning for each individual student.
Salary: $47,258 – 65,924 Depending on verification of service and education. MSBSD has a competitive Salary Schedule with an accelerated step advancement. Applicants can bring a maximum of 3 years’ experience. We pay an additional $2,000 bonus PER YEAR for National Certification.
Leave: Each Certified Teacher receives 4 paid personal leave days at the beginning of the year and accrues 1.33 sick leave days each month of employment.
Retirement: MSBSD is a member of the State of Alaska Teachers Retirement System.
Licensing Requirements (position requirements at entry): Alaska Teaching Certificate Type A and endorsement for assigned teaching courses. Selection Procedure: This is a blanket posting for the 2019-2020 school year. We request that Out of District applicants complete our Mat Su School District electronic application AND submit their name into certified applicant pools. Applicants will then be contacted about employment opportunities for the upcoming school year. For questions, please contact Bethany Lyons @ 907-746-9242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION OPENING POSITION: MIDDLE SCHOOL/SECONDARY GENERALIST TEACHER LOCATION: Positions open in McGrath, Anivk, Holy Cross, Grayling and Takotna, Alaska 2018-19 School Year QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Current Alaska Secondary Teaching Certificate or in the process of obtaining an Alaska Certificate.
LENGTH OF CONTRACT: 190 Days SALARY: Depending upon experience and education; salary is based on the District’s Teacher's Negotiated Agreement. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled SELECTION: Until filled APPLY TO: Submit a letter of interest that also summarizes qualifications and lists references to: Connie A. Newman, Superintendent Iditarod Area School District P.O. Box 90 McGrath, Alaska 99627 APPLICATIONS FROM MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED IASD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The Kodiak Island Borough School District has the following vacancy for the 2019-2020 school year: Social Studies Teacher 1.0 FTE Kodiak High School Qualifications: Applicants must have or be able to obtain a State of Alaska Teaching Certificate with appropriate endorsement.
Internal Applicants: FEA Members are only required to fill out the FEA Transfer Request Form portion of the application! Preference will be given to internal FEA members. Per Article 401 of the FEA Negotiated Agreement, a teacher must be at least in their second semester of their second year of teaching OR a first year teacher who has been notified that they are being cut at the building level for the 2019-20 school year to be eligible to apply. Teachers must also have a satisfactory performance record. External Applicants: Please attach the appropriate documents based on the list provided below. Job summary: Instructs students in the appropriate district curriculum, creates a positive and effective learning environment for all students, and provides strong academic, social, physical and emotional growth for all students. Work year: at least 184 days Salary: see attached salary schedule Work day: 7 hours At time of posting, candidates must:
JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Career & Technical Education/Fab Lab Teacher
JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Vocational Education Teacher