Openings as of 7/19/2018Elementary School Teaching
Essential Job Functions:
Implement curriculum for IEP’s; reading, math, written language and or behavior; monitor instruction; update and write IEP’s; keep documentation as required; maintain effective classroom management.
K-8 Strategist; success working with students that have disabilities; experience working with students that have disabilities; co-teaching background; flexibility and the ability to work with a variety of staff members; must have excellent record of attendance; ability to be professional with students at all times.
To apply please visit https://portal.waterloo.k12.ia.us/AP/applicant/login.php.
Implement IEP’s; reading, math, written language, behavior curriculum; monitor instruction; update and write IEP’s; keep documentation as required; maintain effective classroom management.
Strategist II BD Licensure; successful experience working with students with disabilities and behavior disorders; flexibility and the ability to work with a variety of staff members; excellent record of attendance; ability to be professional with students at all times; co-teaching background.
To apply please visit https://portal.waterloo.k12.ia.us/AP/applicant/login.php
Implement curriculum for IEP's; Reading, Math, Written Language and or Behavior; monitor instruction; update and Write IEP's; keep documentation as required; maintain effective classroom management.
Special Education Certification K-8; experience working as a strategist and co-teacher preferred; flexible; ability to develop working relationships with all students; knowledgeable of accommodations and strategies for assisting struggling learners; attend IEP meetings; maintain accurate records; maintain confidentiality; ability to co-plan and co-assess with content teacher; success working with students that have disabilities; co-teaching background; flexibility and ability to work with a variety of staff members; dependable; trustworthy; ability to maintain confidentiality; work with students in large and small groups as well as whole instruction; compliant with all IEP monitoring and meeting deadlines, collective responsibility for school improvement goals.
Collaborates with community agencies to provide services to students and families; conducts classroom and home contacts or visits to establish positive home-school relationships; assist in the development of goals and provide interventions for families; tracks student attendance and follow-up services, as identified by district policy and procedures; encourages the development of parent/school/community partnerships to enhance the education process; assists families with special transportation arrangements as needed and provides transportation for students in special circumstances; maintains accurate student educational records and documentation of services provided; maintains clothes closets for district dress code items, as well as cold weather or necessity clothing items; performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in social work or education in a related field, preferred; Valid driver's license and dependable vehicle for primarily in-district travel; knowledge in crisis intervention, conflict resolution, chemical dependency and behavior management techniques; experience working with diverse populations; experience working with community social service agencies, organizations, and individuals; support school activities to build relationships with families; ability of keeping accurate records (attendance, daily schedule); accessible during the school day to address immediate needs of students, families, and staff; word processing skills; (Spreadsheet skills, Electronic presentation skills and Web navigation skills).
Ability to collaborate with a team; write effective lesson plans with team; effective classroom management; be open to coaching feedback; must have a positive attitude and willingness to learn from professional development; strong knowledge of the Iowa Core is essential.
Must hold a valid Iowa Teaching License; K-6 certification Reading or Math Endorsement preferred; experience with Math Investigations, Calkins Writing Units, PBIS, and Leader in Me preferred; experience teaching small group reading successfully and differentiating instruction to meet the needs of all students in the classroom; experience using research based strategies; experience working successfully with ELL students, special needs students and diverse learners; experience with ESTEM Units and ASSIST units for science; must be a collaborative partner with parents, teachers, and instructional assistants to increase student achievement; must be able to analyze data and differentiate instruction for all students to reach their greatest potential; must have an excellent record of attendance at previous positions and excellent evaluations; must have an A+ attitude at all times.