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Do you want to join a dream team of educators who are innovative, passionate, and committed to challenging the status quo in public education and building a model for academically rigorous social justice education in Oakland and beyond?!

ARISE High School, a small charter school in East Oakland, California focused on preparing students to find success in college and career, is growing and seeking passionate and skilled teachers interested in joining a crew of dedicated and experienced educators, students, parents, and community leaders who struggle together to help create a more just, healthy, and equitable society.

WHO WE ARE:

At ARISE we nurture, train, and discipline our school community to engage in a continuous practice of developing mind, heart, and body towards a vision where we actively rise up. Agency and self-determination drive our struggle to improve our own material and social conditions towards a more healthy, equitable, & just society.

The mission of ARISE High School is to empower ourselves with the skills, knowledge, and agency to become highly educated, humanizing, critically conscious, intellectual, and reflective leaders in our community.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

▪ Hold a valid California Teaching Credential in the subject area, or be willing to acquire a ​CTE credential in Health Science and Medical Technology

▪ Be able to work from and build upon an established curriculum, scope, and sequence

▪ Growth mindset, commitment to building a healthy staff culture of professional learners

▪ Commitment to equity and serving the students, families, and community of ARISE

▪ Committed to further developing the skills and examining the ideologies associated with the ARISE Instructional Core​ criteria

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

▪ The successful candidate will have demonstrated proficiency in all areas of our ​ARISE

Instructional Core​:


  1. Restorative Justice

  2. Literacy strategies

  3. Culturally relevant teaching

  4. Rigorous instruction through project-based learning

  5. Standards-based teaching

  6. Classroom aesthetics

▪ Experience in individual and collaborative curriculum development

▪ Experience with trauma-informed classroom and restorative justice

▪ Two years of credentialed teaching experience in an urban setting

▪ Advanced degree in subject-matter content or education

▪ Familiarity working with Common Core standards

▪ Experience with assessments for and of learning ( standards based grading)

▪ Experience with gradual release instruction (i.e. “I do - We do - You do”) and student-centered

instructional practices

TEACHER JOB RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPECTATIONS

▪ Teach five sections of a course/courses within your discipline and one section of Advisory

▪ Attend and participate fully in weekly Professional Development and weekly or bi-weekly coaching meetings with an instructional coach (all teachers at ARISE have a dedicated instructional coach)

▪ Participate in professional development opportunities to develop skills and expand scope of curricular and instructional knowledge and understanding (including school-wide professional development retreats, critical inquiry group participation, opportunities with school partners, and outside individual professional development)

▪ Provide regular feedback to students about their progress, including completing quarterly progress reports and updating the online grade book weekly

▪ Participate in “Academic Familia” grade level meetings to problem solve student issues and build out collaborative, cross-curricular projects

▪ Develop project-based “Rigorous Summative Assessments” in alignment with our ​Graduate Profile

▪ Collaborate with teachers/peers and our Adelante Student Support team to provide a consistent academic support system for all students

▪ Participate in peer observations with other teachers to heighten the effectiveness and experience of our community of teachers as learners

▪ Align course content with our Public and Community Health Pathway

▪ Provide academic support outside of class to our students (e.g. tutoring, mentoring, homework assistance, including one afternoon each week assisting with required study hall hours) at least twice per week.

▪ Contribute to teaching a two-week beyond the classroom course during our Post Session, which runs for the final two weeks of the school year

▪ Attend and support additional beyond the classroom activities including Advisory retreats, College Tours, Days of Service, Student-led conferences, and Exhibition nights)

CTE SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS

▪ Attend and participate as needed in weekly Professional Development that is aligned with school wide priorities or CTE pathway

▪ Collaborate with science teacher to ensure that Public and Community Health curriculum and best practices are being utilized

▪ Participate in monthly advisory board meetings to review Public and Community Health pathway initiatives and best practices

▪ Commitment to aligning course content with our Public and Community Health Pathway

RESPONSIBILITIES AS AN ADVISOR

▪ Provide academic, socio-emotional, personal guidance, and support to a grade-level homogenous Advisory class of 15-22 students, including support towards fulfilling graduation requirements (e.g. Defenses, community programs, cultural immersion, etc.)

▪ Exemplify and reinforce the ARISE Vision, Mission, and Core Values in and beyond Advisory

▪ Collaborate with students, parents/guardians and other teachers to address the academic and

social needs of advisees; provide consistent follow-up with/for students, parents/guardians and

teachers in the role of Advisor

▪ Facilitate the maintenance of student portfolios

▪ Hold a focused independent reading time space 3x per week during Advisory

▪ Coordinate bi-annual student-led conferences

▪ Conduct home visits to meet with advisees and their families as necessary

TEACHER LEADERS

We at ARISE are excited to bring on experienced teacher leaders to help realize our ARISE Mission and Vision. We encourage teachers to participate in leadership roles in school development and are provided a stipend for doing so. Such duties include: operations, and/or administration, internship coordinator, technology coordinator, data coordinator, advisory coordinator, Academic Familia lead, etc.

SALARY AND SCHEDULE

▪ Competitive, with health, sick, and pension benefits

▪ Stipends available for leadership responsibilities, advanced degrees, Spanish fluency


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Sunshine House is looking for a strong team player to join our amazing group of preschool professionals! Our kids are a blast and our teaching team has an unheard of average of 10 years longevity. We are looking for someone who is flexible, energetic & caring.

* Candidates pursuing Early Childhood Education

* Training is included

* Outstanding Benefit Options including Retirement Plan

* Incentive Programs


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About the Employer

Community Learning Center Schools (CLCS) is a non-profit organization founded to support and manage two of the Bay Area's most innovative and respected public charter schools. CLCS manages hiring for the following two schools, both located in Alameda, CA: Alameda Community Learning Center | "Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow" | alamedaclc.org Nea Community Learning Center | "Engage. Explore. Excel." | neaclc.org

 

Mission Statement: The Nea Community Learning Center is an educational model that empowers all youth to take ownership of their educational experience, to celebrate their diverse community, and to actively participate as members of a democratic society.

In order to uphold our Mission Statement, “facilitators” must be innovative, flexible, collaborative, supportive of “learners”, and maintain open communication with parents/guardians.

We are a Kindergarten through 12th grade learning community, with the Elementary Program referred to as the Lower Village, and the Middle and High School Program referred to as the Upper Village.

At Nea, teachers are regarded as “facilitators”, and students are regarded as “learners”. Our philosophy is that by facilitating and guiding the learners through the learning process, they will learn to take ownership and responsibility for their learning. As a facilitator, we strive to do the following:

Curriculum

a. Possesses proficiency in subject matter as aligned to state standards

b. Thinks outside the box to make content matter engaging and interactive

c. Creates Curriculum Maps for each seminar for the year

d. Logically sequences units

e. Adjusts curriculum to meet the needs of learners

f. Implements at least one major project per course per trimester/semester using Nea Project Guidelines

g. Engages in personal passions to share with learners as electives

 

Instructional Methodology

a. Plans daily lessons and objectives that lead to mastery of major objectives

b. Addresses the different learning styles of learners within the seminar

c. Utilizes instructional technology to enhance instruction

d. Differentiates curriculum to meet the needs of all learners

e. Balances instruction to include a variety of learning opportunities through direct instruction, learner collaboration, learning stations, etc.

f. Integrates study trips and seminar guests to expose learners to real-life context in order to enrich curriculum

 

Learner Progress

a. Administers benchmark assessments using appropriate evaluation systems (K and 1st) or CST released questions (2nd – 5th) during benchmark assessment windows

b. Develops/utilizes appropriate evaluation systems to monitor student progress towards meeting objectives

c. Uses assessment data to drive instruction and curriculum

d. Determines learner needs through the use of appropriate diagnostic tools and techniques

e. Invites colleagues and/or specialized staff (Counselor, Resource Specialist, Psychologist, Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist) to effectively address learner needs

f. Maintains complete and accurate records

g. Updates online grade book by 1st and 3rd Sunday

h. Maintains a facilitator website with weekly curricular updates for families to be informed of classroom activities and curriculum

i. Communicates effectively with families regarding learner progress as needed or requested

 

Learning Environment

a. Upholds the 9 Nea Principles (Courage, Accountability, Persistence, Organization, Problem Solving, Compassion, Integrity, Teamwork, Curiosity)

b. Fosters a safe learning environment

c. Facilitates learners to take responsibility and ownership for their learning

d. Provides timely feedback to learners

e. Creates opportunities for learner collaboration

 

Professional Development

a. Actively participates in the evaluation process

b. Utilizes professional development stipend for continued education

c. Participates in weekly village/whole school meetings and SST/IEP meetings as needed

 

Professional Conduct

a. Models the 9 Nea Principles

b. Actively contributes and collaborates within village, and school

c. Maintains professional and fair relationships with learners

d. Respects learner confidentiality

e. Remains respectful, clear, and honest in communication with parents/guardians regarding learner


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Spanish Teacher 

California Bay Area  Summit Tamalpais, Richmond, CA 

Who We Are

What if all students graduated high school with both the content knowledge and also the habits and skills necessary to successfully navigate college and career? This is the question that guides our mission at Summit Public Schools. Summit is a leading network of public schools that prepare a diverse student population for success in a four-year college and to be thoughtful, contributing members of society. We operate 11 schools serving over 4,500 students in the Bay Area and Washington state. Historically, 98 percent of Summit graduates are accepted four-year colleges, and Summit graduates complete college at double the national average. We need diverse, driven, and dynamic teachers to join our growing team to help realize our educational vision

The Summit Model

Teaching at Summit is unlike teaching at a traditional school - our teachers are empowered to meet the needs of every student through a variety of pedagogical methods. Summit teachers use data to support the self-development and academic and social-emotional growth for the students they mentor and teach. At Summit, our teachers also mentor the same group of students each year, which allows them to build strong relationships based on deep trust. As mentors, Summit teachers nurture and develop strong relationships with students as they coach them towards their personal goals. Mentors meet 1:1 with each student at least once a week and meet regularly as a mentor group. In class, teachers teach cognitive skills through real-world projects - using their subject-area expertise to help students apply their knowledge to the world around them. Summit faculty teach via small group workshops, 1:1 targeted interventions, and by supporting students as they work at their own pace using resources on the Summit Learning Platform.  We are committed to continual growth at Summit. We prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders. With dedicated days of professional development built into the academic year and weekly coaching sessions with a school leader, we equip our teachers with the tools necessary to improve their practice and tackle challenging issues. By design, our schools are small communities where every student is known. Our schools are intentionally heterogeneous and reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate. As a teacher, this will require being culturally responsive and creating equitable learning pathways for all students. 

What you’ll do:

 


  • A student school day is around 8-8:30am to 3-3:30pm, depending on the specific school. See sample teacher schedules here.


  • Project Time: Teach two to three 90-minute blocks per day of project time. Most teach one course for the entire grade (e.g. 9th Grade Biology), and see each section twice per week. Teachers work with students on projects that develop cognitive skills and apply their content knowledge to real-world situations. Teachers facilitate discussions in the classroom, coach students in applying their cognitive skills, and give students feedback.


  • Interventions and Personalized Learning Time: Facilitate daily literacy or math interventions and personalized learning time, which don’t involve lesson planning. During this time, teachers provide student support, monitor progress, and check in with individuals or groups of students.


  • Prep Time: Between teaching blocks, teachers analyze student data, build lesson plans, support school culture, and other personal development activities. Summit teachers build lesson plans through a deep understanding of student progress data, which determines the group and individual supports needed for their students to succeed.


  • Mentor Time: Build deep relationships and sense of community when teachers meet with their small group of mentees daily for their entire time at Summit. One day a week, teachers meet for most of the day with their mentor groups, work on habits of success as a group, and check in one-on-one with their mentees. Mentors coach and advocate for their mentees both inside and outside of the classroom, and strive to support them as they develop their sense of purpose as they become self-directed learners.


  • Professional Development: Twice a week, teachers participate in all-faculty after-school meetings where community decisions are made, professional development takes place, and faculty collaborates as a grade-level team. Additionally, teachers meet at least twice per month with their faculty mentor to develop as a teacher-leader.

What You Need

 


  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values, belief that all children deserve a rigorous and equitable education that prepares them for college and for life


  • Teaching Credential in California, Washington, or another US state (or a commitment to obtain a credential by completing an educator preparation program within two (2) years of starting at Summit)


  • Bachelor’s degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred, but not required)

  • Clear health and background check


  • Teaching experience in your subject preferred, but not required

Who You Are

 


  • You maintain high expectations for all students and believe all students can find success in school, college, and life.

  • You are deeply dedicated to social justice and feel motivated by the challenge and impact of teaching in a heterogeneous community and working to close the opportunity gap.

  • You believe in every student, and can maintain and reinforce Summit's graduated discipline process, recognizing that student growth in all areas—academic, behavioral and community—are an investment and part of the work.

  • You lead learning experiences, using a variety of methods: project-based learning, direct instruction, small group and individual tasks, formative and summative assessment, direct teacher feedback, public presentation, and more.

  • You are passionate about serving as a mentor and advocate for a group of students that you’ll follow year to year.

  • You are empathetic and culturally competent. You design and implement social and emotional learning experiences in all courses, and you’re open to having hard conversations.

  • You thrive in innovative environments and are comfortable with the ambiguity that can come with a dynamic and progressive workplace.

  • You are a leader, and actively participate as a member of weekly faculty meetings.

  • You are committed to continuous improvement, see feedback as a positive, and have a growth mindset.

  • You thrive while collaborating and are excited to work with colleagues to maintain the academic integrity of planned lessons and learning experiences for students. You find positivity in shared successes.

  • You use data to track and provide updates on student achievement to faculty, directors, and families.

  • You are excited to learn Summit’s technology platforms that organize instructional materials and data.

What You Get

Summit offers competitive salaries and benefit options, including covering 75% of the health, dental, and vision plan costs. We fully cover life and disability insurance. We have a “take what you need” PTO policy, 11 paid holidays, 4 weeks of vacation during the year, and a summer break. We value our teachers’ Summit experience, offering stipends for teachers who have been with us for three or more years and helping teachers grow with us through designated time for paid professional development and regular coaching. Summit Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to all programs.  Candidates from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Spanish language proficiency is a plus. 


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Want better pay and more work? Want to be rewarded for your loyalty as a substitute teacher? Tired of not having taxes withdrawn from paychecks? Scoot is hiring exceptional substitute teachers in Oakland, San Francisco, Palo Alto, and the greater Bay Area.

Join an elite group of educators who believe in the value of exceptional education and understand the complexities associated with filling in for the day and take great pride in providing a consistent, valuable day of learning even when the regular teacher is unavailable.

You’ll get:- W-2 employee status (no fussing with taxes at the end of the year!) - Highest pay with weekly direct deposit - Friendly humans: expect to speak to a consultant daily - Easy tech: Instantly set your schedule and receive assignments via app/website - More work: there’s a shortage of teachers and we need your help! - Costs covered: we pay TB/Live-scan and application fees for 30 day permitYou are:


  • Credentialed or have a 30-day Teaching Permit **

  • Empathetic, professional, and passionate

  • Capable of leading in stressful situations and communicating with diverse audiences

  • Reliable, flexible, and excited to belong to a community

  • Competent, kind and fun** Only taken the CBEST? No worries! Instead of a gift card, we’ll cover your CTC live-scan costs & reimburse you for your 30 Day Permit application!


About Scoot:

We place exceptional people in educational settings. We invest in teachers looking for substitute or full-time teaching positions and connect them with stellar independent, charter, private, and religiously-affiliated schools across California. We utilize technology to provide better human experiences and strive to elevate substitute teaching as a career.


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Looking for a preschool teaching position that will set you up for success and provide a competitive compensation and benefits package?

Due to increasing enrollment, award winning preschool located in Danville is looking to provide a FULL OR PART TIME preschool teacher with an exciting career path in early childhood education. Expand your knowledge and build your resume at one of the most reputable preschools in the Bay Area.

What Can You Expect At Acorn?

This position is for one teacher who manages their own small classroom and enjoys working independently. You will be provided with the opportunity to exercise creativity while building your own personal lesson plan with the help of a monthly curriculum framework. To ensure a positive, successful teaching environment Acorn staff members are provided with daily prep time, a small 1:7 ratio in our 2 Year Old Class; 1:9 in our 3's, and 1:10 in our 4's; and educational opportunities of your choice to advance professional development.

Who Are We?

Acorn is a family run program that has been serving children in the community for over 30 years. With a total of 3 campuses, our program is large enough to offer passionate teachers a stable, smoothly run school, but without the rigidity of a corporate environment.

Why Work At Acorn?

At Acorn we aim to provides teachers with a generous compensation and benefits package that complements our team members' lifestyles.Not only do teachers receive competitive compensation, they enjoy many benefits including a full paid week off at Christmas, additional paid holidays, as well as vacation and sick time. Qualified teachers never need to worry about experiencing unpaid school closures! In addition, teachers have the option of taking advantage of comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits, a 401k program, and staff childcare discounts.

The ideal candidate will possess the following -


  • 12 ECE units.

  • BA or AA a plus but not required

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Strong curriculum and classroom management skills a plus

  • Experience teaching in a preschool setting

  • MUST be a team player

For the opportunity to join the Acorn team at our Diablo Rd. location in Danville please send a resume and cover letter

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL POSITIONS: Pre-employment physical exam, TB clearance, and immunization record. LiveScan and criminal record clearance. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Experience:


  • early childhood education: 1 year (Preferred)

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off


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 你会说中文吗?? Do you love working with young children? Have you been searching for a friendly team of educators who hold themselves to high standards? Have you been looking for a place where you can grow and learn and develop your career? Join our team and assist in a classroom that is transforming lives.

Your Role:

We're looking for an enthusiastic, adaptable Full-time Mandarin Speaking Assistant Guide who has a passion for working with children in the preschool age groups. We are looking for guides to join us in our Children's House and Toddler classrooms!This role is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door, and learn more about Montessori education!  Many of our Assistant Guides ultimately grow to take on Lead Guide roles over time, thanks to our accredited Montessori training program we offer to exceptional employees.  

What we offer:


  • Ongoing professional development

  • A network of supportive peers and mentors who regularly share best practices

  • Career growth and promotion opportunities

  • A competitive salary

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance

  • Paid time off and paid holidays

  • 75% tuition discount for two children at any school in our network (we serve children 3 months through 12th grade)

  • The opportunity to contribute to a high-quality Montessori program that serves the individual needs of each child

About You:


  • Experience working with children ages 3 months-6 years, in a daycare, nursery, camp, preschool or babysitting

  • 12 Early Childhood Education (ECE) credits


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The role of community based teacher calls for flexibility, creativity, and strong awareness of boundaries. As a teacher, you will support clients in navigating the community through travel training, budgeting, vocational training, and exploring opportunities for self advocacy. We work from a disability justice lens that focuses on self determination. 

Requirements include: HS Diploma, fingerprinting, and TB test/occupational physical clearance from a doctor.  


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Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School is a co-educational, Catholic parish high school located in the heart of residential Alameda, just minutes from downtown Oakland. SJND offers academic excellence and moral development to its diverse and talented 470 students. The 55 staff members are dedicated to the development of confident, open-minded, effective leaders who are ready to live joyful lives of faith, scholarship and service. The school educates future leaders in a supportive and challenging environment.   

We are currently seeking a full-time Science teacher to teach a combination of any of the following courses: AP Environmental Science, AP Biology, Honors Biology, Medical Interventions (PLTW), and Biomedical Innovations (PLTW) during the 2020-2021 school year. The position begins August 1st, 2020.   

Minimum qualifications for this position include a Bachelor’s Degree in any Science subject, preferably in the life sciences, and a California Single Subject Teaching Credential in Science. Successful high school teaching experience is required and a Master’s Degree in a related field is preferred.    

The candidate will be responsible for working with other members of the Science Department to implement curriculum. Candidates must be willing to teach according to Roman Catholic Church doctrine and values. 

Salary is commensurate with experience, graduate education and credentials, according to the school's established salary model for teachers. This position offers full benefits including medical, dental, and visual health benefits as well as pension and retirement plans.    

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references by email to Jessica Park, Assistant Principal of Academics at hiring@sjnd.org. Find out more about our school at www.sjnd.org. We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage diverse candidates to join our community.   


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LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE - MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM TEACHER

Candidate should possess stellar qualities that will motivate and inspire pupils to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a solid foundation for continued academic growth. Effective and positive rapport and relationships with

1) students, 2) parents, 3) peers, 4) community members and 5) administration are essential.

Please submit the following with your application:

 Copy of transcripts

 Copy of credential

 English Learner Authorization

 Letter of introduction

 3 letters of recommendation written within the last 3 years

 Resume

1. Qualifications

 Valid California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential.

 Previous teaching experience in grade level desirable with proficiency in

English, History, Math and Science.

 Ability to motivate pupils to develop the skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a strong foundation for continued academic growth.

 Ability to establish effective rapport with students and maintain effective working relationships with parents, colleagues, community members and administrators.

2. Duties and Responsibilities

 Implements the mission, goals, objectives, policies, and course of study of the district as adopted by the Board of Trustees.

 Develops and implements a plan of instruction and instructional materials consistent with the curriculum objectives for grade level.

 Uses diverse teaching strategies, techniques and materials to achieve identified lesson objectives.

 Provides individual and small group instruction when appropriate in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil.

 Identifies pupil needs and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve health, attitude, behavior, and learning problems.

 Administers group standardized tests in accordance with district testing program.

 Uses results of formative and summative assessments and teacher observations to assess student progress and monitor growth.

 Develops and implements programs to encourage discovery and critical thinking in pupils.

 Provides opportunities for pupils to participate in a variety of learning activities.

 Evaluates pupils’ academic performance and social growth; records and prepares progress reports.

 Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior conducive to learning.

 Plans and coordinates the work of aides, classroom volunteers, and other paraprofessionals as it pertains to the classroom subject matter and grade level.

 Creates, with assistance from pupils, a functional learning environment reflective of student work and units of study.

 Performs basic attendance accounting as required.

 Selects and requisitions books, instructional aids and supplies.

 Participates in curriculum development programs with the school of assignment, on a district or Interdistrict level and participates in school/district/Interdistrict committees.

 Maintains professional competence through participation in professional growth activities.

 Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom activities.

 Shares in the sponsorship of student activities and/or supervision of student activities.

 Maintains open communication with parents regarding pupil’s progress or concerns regarding pupil.

 Keeps current on work email and website communications and technological proficiencies.

 Performs other duties as assigned.

3. Organizational Relationship

 Supervision/Evaluation – Principal

4. Employment Dates

 This position is for coverage from ASAP – TBD(Possible End of School Year)

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Work Location:


  • One location

Employment Length:


  • 1 - 3 months


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Little Bridges Child Care Center runs an after school program and full day summer camp for elementary aged children. Our goal is to provide a high-quality, integrated program in an atmosphere of love and respect where children can grow in an environment that stimulates developmental and social growth along with the joy of learning.

Current Openings:

Full Time After School Teacher

Position Description: Seeking a team player who can bring fun and creative ideas to enhance and strengthen the quality of experiences for our after school and summer camp program. The ideal candidate is a nurturing, responsible team member who is friendly, proactive, trustworthy, reliable, works well with others and passionate about working with children.

Teachers are responsible for planning, organizing, and directing recreation activities including arts and crafts, sports, group games, field trips and homework assistance.

• Assist students with homework

• Coordinate the creating, planning and maintaining of a safe and healthy learning environment

• Maintain consistent supervision and active involvement with children inside and outside

• Clean Driving Record and ability to drive company vans to pick up students from school

• Plan and implement appropriate, engaging activities

• Maintain a warm, caring and non-judgmental attitude towards children and their families

• Assist in maintaining equipment and materials in a neat, organized fashion

• Must successfully pass pre-employment background check & physical

• Must be available to work Monday through Friday

• Prior experience working with school-age children in an educational or recreational setting preferred.

Compensation based on education and experience.

Full health coverage

PTO program, paid holidays


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Saint Philip Neri Elementary, a TK-8 Catholic school in Alameda, is looking for a part time afternoon Extended Care Instructor. We are seeking a reliable, responsible, kid friendly, happy, positive person that works well with children. The job consists of helping with snack time, assisting with homework, supervising children at play, and coaching students through disagreements, both inside and on the schoolyard. The position is approximately 15 hours a week. If available, an additional 8 hours a week are possible for lunch supervisor.

Job Requirements:

· Enjoys working with children ages 5-13

· Collaborative Team Player

· Positive and reliable with strong communication skills

· Ability to teach children how to problem solve

Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.; Wednesdays from 2:30p.m. - 6:00p.m.

Noon Dismissal Days 12:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.

Send resume and cover letter to this posting.

Thank you!


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Who We Are

The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District

Cañada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Cañada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that is serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Cañada College’s Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want

We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position

This is paraprofessional work at the action level that involves assisting students in the Learning Center and Writing Center and faculty in the delivery of classroom instruction and providing academic support to students. Under direction, the employee performs a variety of writing support, preparatory work and planning, organizes academic support and instruction, and coordinates various academic support services. Public contact is extensive and primarily includes students, college faculty and staff, but can also include vendors and staff in other educational institutions and agencies, for the purpose of exchanging subject matter and procedural information. A high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to resolve a wide variety of minor and occasional major problems that may arise. Consequences of errors in judgment can be moderately costly in public relations and employee time; however, supervisory controls are available to limit the risk of serious error. An Instructional Aide II can direct the work of tutors, student assistants, other clerical staff, and Instructional Aides I, as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.


  1. General student assistance, including Learning Center (LC) and writing support services

  2. During morning/regular business hours, the Instructional Aide II has primary responsibility to staff and support writing services, including providing resources, test proctoring (when needed), responding to student inquiries, assisting with LC Courses, and troubleshooting software questions

  3. If scheduled during evening hours, the Instructional Aide II has primary responsibility for closing the Learning Center in the evenings, including ensuring that all students have left the premises, doors are locked, and lights turned off

  4. Exchanges information with students, faculty, and staff regarding subject-matter, resources, materials, policies, and procedures associated with the classroom or laboratory setting

  5. Confers with faculty regarding curriculum, computer hardware, software and other learning tools, student assignments and progress, tests, student test scores, alternate learning methods, and other technical information related to the services and programs provided

  6. Attends meetings, conferences, and workshops to obtain current subject-matter, procedural, and other information

  7. Participates in division and department planning activities

  8. Makes presentations to small and large groups to publicize the services and programs as assigned

  9. Assists in the maintenance, entry, and/or tracking of data for a variety of programs, writing focused services, and activities

  10. Uses a variety of computer software to organize and maintain learning resources and related data, compose and prepare correspondence, reports, publicity, and other materials; writes, administers, and scores tests in conjunction with faculty

  11. Sets up and maintains online and manual files; enters, modifies, and retrieves a variety of statistical and other data for special and regular reports

  12. Tutors and/or demonstrates writing knowledge, English knowledge, grammar, equipment, techniques, and other aspects related to a particular subject-matter, in conjunction with faculty

  13. Demonstrates subject-matter skills; directs students in practical laboratories; tutors students on problem areas of the subject-matter as directed by faculty or as the result of a student learning plan

  14. Demonstrates safety procedures for use of classroom and laboratory equipment and supplies; troubleshoots operational problems with laboratory and classroom equipment

  15. Researches background of subject-matter to maintain current information

  16. As directed by faculty, compiles and organizes lesson plans and materials for faculty presentation

  17. Recommends the modification or purchase of laboratory and classroom equipment

  18. Under direction of the Tutor Coordinator or designated staff person, assists in the hiring, training, and direction of the work of tutors and student assistants, creates schedules

Minimum Qualifications


  • A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree

  • Successful work experience of increasing responsibility that has included tutoring others

  • Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

  • Skill in written and oral communication, including public speaking

  • Experience researching, preparing and compiling data for statistical, narrative and other reports

  • Experience using a variety of computer software to prepare correspondence, memoranda and reports

  • Experience setting up and maintaining online and manual files

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities


  1. Knowledge of writing across the curriculum and variety of subject matter

  2. Skill in working in a collaborative environment

  3. Skill in working with diverse adult learning styles

  4. Skill in oral communication, including public speaking

  5. Skill in directing the work of others

  6. Skill in written communication

  7. Skill in establishing and maintaining respectful and sensitive working relationships with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

  8. Skill in performing research in a designated subject matter area

  9. Skill in designing lesson plans using original research, subject-matter knowledge and materials

  10. Skill in using a variety of computer software to compose and prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, publicity and other materials

Physical Requirements

This classification requires manual dexterity; use of a keyboard, mouse and computer for extended periods of time; pulling, pushing, reaching; and moving items of light to moderate weight in order to perform the essential functions.

Preferred Qualifications

Benefits

Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. Optional tax deferred flexible benefit 403(b) and 457 plans are available. If eligible, Classified employees participate in the Public Employees’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California.

Posting Detail Information

 

Close Date

Open Until Filled

Yes

Special Instructions Summary

Required Application Materials

All applicants are required to submit:


  1. A completed online District application form 

  2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

  3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources

3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402

Tel.: (650) 574-6555

Fax:(650) 574-6574

Conditions of Employment

Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:


  1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)


  2. Submit verifications of prior employment


  3. Satisfactory references


  4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.


  1. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States


  2. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees


  3. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.


  4. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.


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Wee Scotty is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, and skilled sewer that can help others share the wonderful experience of creating, designing & sewing. You will be trained in Wee Scotty teaching methods and have access to all the equipment and tools needed to teach in our classroom– including top-of-the-line sewing machines and fabrics.

This position would mostly be for kids classes, but could also expand to our adult classes, workshops and studio facilitation. Wee Scotty is looking for someone who will join our team for long-term basis.

If you think you are the right fit, please reply with your résumé and a cover letter telling us your experience, interests, and location.

This position is part-time, but can be full-time if coupled with another position(s) listed on our website


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The College Preparatory School, a private high school in North Oakland, is seeking candidates for a Boys Junior Varsity Volleyball Head Coach for the Spring Season, February through May, 2020.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Providing instruction, mentoring, and coaching to student-athletes in skills, techniques, and competitive strategies

• Working cooperatively and professionally with all school staff

• Attending at all department meetings

• Presenting a positive image to the student-athletes and the campus community by maintaining appropriate standards of professional conduct and ethics

Qualifications:

• Knowledgeable of the basic fundamentals and techniques

• Be able to teach, be a positive role model and provide direction to players of all skill levels, from the beginning player to the advanced player

• Applicants must have experience in coaching at the high school or college level

• Positive and professional attitude

• Flexible afternoon and evening schedules

• Valid California driver’s license

• CPR and first-aid training preferred (or willingness to gain proficiency)

Founded in 1960, The College Preparatory School is an independent coeducational secondary school created for intellectual risk-takers who want to pursue a purposeful education with kindred peers. Our mission is to prepare students for productive, ethical lives in college and beyond by fostering a stimulating education within an atmosphere of consideration, trust, and mutual responsibility. As an equal opportunity employer, College Prep does not discriminate in its hiring of employees on the basis of race, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship, marital or veteran status, age, or disability. We actively seek diversity among our faculty and administration as well as among our students.

College Prep does not sponsor applicants for work visas. For more information about our school, visit our website


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About KIPP Bay Area Public Schools

We are a thriving nonprofit network of 15 free, public charter schools open to all students. At KIPP, we believe all children should grow up free to create the future they want for themselves and that schools can and should be a critical factor in making that vision a reality. Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose—college, career, and beyond—so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world.

Our student community consists of over 6,000 elementary, middle, and high school students in East Palo Alto, Oakland, San Francisco, San Lorenzo, San Jose, and Redwood City. 79% qualify for free or reduced price lunch, 23% are English language learners, and 10% have special needs. We strive to cultivate a representative team of teachers and leaders that reflect our students’ diversity.

School Leader Job Description

The School Leader (or Principal) sets the tone, and is an ambassador of, a powerful vision for student achievement based on KIPP’s philosophy and Five Pillars. The School Leader must strategically implement the school’s mission through effective leadership and management of the school’s students and staff. The School Leader’s collaboration with their leadership team will result in an instructional program and school environment that prepares every student for success in college and in life.

Responsibilities

The School Leader manages and oversees all functions of the individual school site, including the following duties:

Prove the Possible


  • Cultivate a positive learning environment on campus that supports student achievement, behavior and character development.

  • Ensure follow through of grade level specific discipline and academic policies that address student needs and maintain high behavioral expectations for all students in order to drive student achievement.

  • Lead through a lens of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Drive Results


  • Develop organizational goals and objectives consistent with the mission and values of the school and KIPP Bay Area Schools.

  • Foster a school climate that supports both student and staff success and promotes respect and appreciation for all students, staff and parents that is aligned with the mission and values of the school.

  • Monitor progress of self, school, and staff on dashboards and Individual Development Plans

  • Manage student recruitment and enrollment process. Ensure high standards for student behavior, performance, and attendance. Address any disciplinary issues immediately.

  • Lead long term strategic planning and medium term process improvement as needed. Design and facilitate school-wide professional development sessions throughout the school year.

Instructional Leadership


  • Manage, evaluate and develop a team of teachers.

  • Ensure use of effective, research-based teaching methodologies and practices, and consistency amongst team of teachers.

  • Monitor progress of all students.

  • Lead data-driven discussions about student performance and ensure data drives instruction.

  • Work with teachers to improve their teaching practice and approach to DEI through coaching, professional development, modeling, and collaborative planning.

  • Keep abreast of successful instructional methodologies and practices, with a focus on the Common Core State Standards.

  • Ensure learning environment and classroom instruction to maximize student learning.

Operational Management


  • Manage resources, maintain a budget, and oversee facilities and student records.

Manage People


  • Communicate the vision that supports the school’s goals and values.

  • Lead others through a vision of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • Create an effective, collaborative team of people jointly responsible for the attainment of school goals and committed to achieving excellence.

  • Hold direct reports accountable to performance expectations and follow through with school protocols and procedures.

  • Manage some human resources at school site.

  • Recruit, select, hire, and manage the performance of all staff.

  • Continually monitor progress on all measures of school and staff performance.

  • Adhere to KIPP Bay Area Schools’ HR policies and state/federal employment laws.

Build Relationships


  • Build effective relationships among teachers, parents, and the community to improve student performance.

  • Develop positive relationships with the local school district, local government, neighboring schools and other stakeholders.

  • Serve as school’s spokesperson. Exhibit a high degree of professionalism in all elements of this position, while serving as a contributing member of the school team and a dedicated role model for other employees.

Participate in KIPP Bay Area Public Schools Community


  • Actively participate in School Leader Community of Practice by attending monthly meetings, engaging in discussion, sharing best practices, and participating in Snap Shot visits.

  • Respond to requests from the Regional Support Office in a timely manner, working with regional staff to ensure compliance of all KIPP Bay Area Schools policies and procedures.

  • Conduct monthly 1:1s with Managing Director of Schools. With school staff, visit at least one other KIPP Bay Area school annually.

Perform other duties as required and assigned


  • Demonstrate knowledge of, and support the KIPP Bay Area Schools mission, vision, value statements, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality standards, and the code of ethical behavior.

Skills & Qualifications


  • Bachelor’s Degree (required); Master’s Degree (preferred) A minimum of 3-5 years teaching in a low income school with demonstrated exemplary student results.

  • At least two years of leadership in a low income school with demonstrated exemplary student results.

  • A valid teaching credential in California or a transferable credential from another state

  • Deep knowledge of effective research based instructional strategies.

  • Ability to effectively manage instructional and non-instructional personnel.

  • Ability to evaluate instructional programs and teaching effectiveness.

  • Excellent communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to implement effective business systems that ensure proper stewardship of school funds.

  • Ability to exercise excellent judgment in decision‐making.

  • Knowledge in the selection, training, and supervision of personnel.

  • Cursory knowledge of the laws, rules, procedures, and programs specifically related to the operation of charter schools.

Compensation

We are dedicated to you and your family's well-being! KIPP offers a competitive salary as well as comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and transportation benefits. Although KIPP does not post salary scales, we are happy to walk candidates through the compensation package.

Questions? Email Director of Talent, Dave Bress 

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Are you looking for a flexible job while you are in school, making plans for graduate school, or trying to figure out the next steps in your career?  

Study Smarter is a small, local company based in Oakland. Since 1997 we have been offering high-quality tutoring to students throughout the East-Bay Area. We are a caring team looking out for the well being of tutors, students, and their families. Our close-knit team supports learning and growth for all our tutors, in and out of work. Our tutors build meaningful mentor relationships with their students in local, Bay Area communities.

We are looking for conscientious individuals with dynamic personalities and strong interpersonal skills. High energy people who enjoy thinking creatively and motivating high school students will love this job. Study Smarter offers a fun, casual work experience with extensive support and mentorship.

• $30/hr starting, with regular pay increases

• Paid training

• Part-time and full-time positions available. Tutors can work as few as 5hrs/week and as many as 40hrs/week depending on the subject(s) they tutor and their availability.

• Health benefits included if hours greater than 25hr/week

• Although applicants should be enthusiastic and willing to learn, no prior teaching experience is required

• Start date and schedule flexible

Requirements:

• Applicants must demonstrate a solid knowledge in one or more of the following fields: math (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus), science (chemistry, physics, biology), English/writing, Spanish, or study skills

• A commitment to work with students through the end of the school year, mid-June 2020

• Must have a car

Please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter and by calling 510.350.8444.


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PLEASANT HILL RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Long Term Substitute Preschool Teacher – Preschool

APPLY VIA EMAIL TO Sarah Smith

Submit letter of intent with District Application, resume, transcripts

FILING DEADLINE:

Open until Filled

SALARY $14-$17/hour

REPORTS TO: Preschool Director - Preschool

THE POSITION

Substitute Preschool Teacher, under supervision of the Preschool Director, is responsible for developing, organizing and teaching preschool age children for Pleasant Hill Recreation Preschool during the school year and teaching camps during the summer.

The position offered is temporarily from now until 3/30/2020 Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm. This position is with children 18-36 month old. Upon completion of temporary assignment floater/sub hours may be available as needed. This position requires, classroom management skills, patience, good communication skills, and the ability to multitask. Substitute Preschool Teacher must also remain professional at all times and be able to handle conflict well. The ideal candidate should be self-motivated and have natural leadership abilities.

Example of Duties:

 Create, plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum with a play based, process oriented approach.

 Maintain a clean and organized classroom.

 Change diapers and assist in potty training children.

 Communicate with parents regarding the needs of students.

 Work as a team with a co-teacher.

 Ensure all safety policies are followed to ensure a safe

environment for participants.

 Administer preschool classes and summer camps.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1) Education

Minimum of 12 Early Childhood Education units, preferred.

2) Experience

Minimum two years preschool teaching experience, preferred.

Background in teaching or parks and recreation is desirable.

3) Licenses, Certificates and Special Requirements:

Valid California Class C Driver's License with a good driving record and

Certificate of current Automobile insurance. First Aid, CPR and AED

certification is required, but may be obtained during the probationary

period.

Must be able to stand for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift

and carry 40 pounds, kneel, squat, bend and sit on the floor. Must be

able to speak clearly and hear in a loud environment.

BENEFITS

Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District offers an attractive salary

compensation in a professional, fun and growth oriented environment.

There are no medical/dental/retirement benefits offered for this

position.

Workers Compensation: All employees are covered under the

District’s Joint Powers Authority, CAPRI

ABOUT PLEASANT HILL RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District was established in 1951 by citizens who desired recreational opportunities and park facilities in their community. The District is governed by the Public Resources Code of the State of California and operates as a Special District, an independent governmental agency separate from the City of Pleasant Hill. The Board of Directors establishes policy for the District. Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District is managed by Michelle Lacy, General Manager. Under the General Manager is one superintendent, six supervisors who manage the day-to-day operations for Parks, Programs, Sports, Aquatics, Senior Citizens Activities, Information Systems, and Accounting. Our Impact: We serve over 40,000 people within the community, an area about 20% larger than of the City of Pleasant Hill. We touch approximately 100,000+ persons who participate in programs, visit District facilities, or volunteer annually. We promote an active, healthy life-style for preschool, youth, teens, adults and seniors. We foster self-enrichment and personal development through offering over 2,300 classes, programs and activities. We preserve and drive community economic value by providing diverse programs, well-maintained neighborhood and community parks, trails and open space to attract and retain residents, businesses and visitors. We strengthen community engagement by working closely with community partners and clubs, coordinating volunteer activities, co-sponsoring community events, and supporting local charities. We preserve and protect natural resources of California by conscientiously and proactively maintaining the District’s 269 acres of parkland. We improve safety and security by providing positive recreational activities and safe environments for at-risk groups.


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Hello!

We are an infant/toddler center from 0-3 years of age that is growing every single day! Our center strives to provide high quality care to infants starting at 3 months. The toddler program starts from 18-36 months. Our ratio here is 1:4. Our center provides competitive salary rates as well many other great benefits!

We are looking for quality teachers that will provide our infants and toddlers with lots of love and guidance. If this is something you’re looking for please reach out for more information!

Education:

Must have at least 6 units of early childhood units.

Able to apply for a valid California Child Development Teacher permit (desirable)

AA Degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education or relevant field (desirable)

3 Infant/Toddler Units

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $19.00 to $22.00 /hour

Additional Compensation:

Bonuses

Tips

Store Discounts


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The Fairfax-San Anselmo Children's Center (FSACC) is currently looking to hire a full time teacher in our Infant/Toddler program.

General Description:

The FSACC is a family focused child care agency that has been providing care to infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children since 1973. We are a nonprofit, state funded program that provides quality child care to eligible families. The Center offers great positions for a people interested in working in the Early Childhood Education field or the college student studying to be an educator. The FSACC is a unique, fun and engaging center, set in the back corner of Fairfax with endless amounts of nature in every direction. We offer an amazing opportunity to work with a great group of people and kids.

The Perfect Fit:

We are looking for individuals who are motivated, compassionate energetic and friendly; to work as part of a team that values giving back to our community. While based on the idea that young children learn best through play, our center has many Reggio Emilia aspects in both the environment and our style of interaction. We work hard to foster the ideas that children learn best through the experiences of touching, moving, listening, and observing, while providing endless ways and opportunities to express themselves.

Basic Job Description:

• Assumes responsibility for the educational objectives of the program as well as program policies and regulations.

• Works to consistently develop meaningful relationships with the children and their parents.

• Displays positive interactions and enthusiasm among team members and children.

• Constantly displays high morale and professional relationships among co-workers, volunteers and related staff, by working cooperatively with all team members.

• Consistently engages the children with positive interaction throughout the day.

• Works with children in a caring, respectful way by facilitating the develop-mental process, promoting socialization in its most positive form, fostering positive self-esteem and encouraging inquisitiveness about the physical world they live in.

• Enjoys children and expresses a genuine interest in their needs.

Preferable:

Applicants for the positions who have at least the 12 core ECE units and at least 2 years’ experience working with children in a childcare setting are preferable. Familiarity and understanding of the ECERS and DRDP's is a major plus.

Salary Range:

• $15-$25 per hour based on education and experience

• A full-time position is 35+ hours per week, Monday through Friday in our Infant/Toddler & Preschool program & hours range from 7:30-6

• Full-time positions are offered medical and dental benefits as well as paid holidays and paid time off.


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Local Preschool and Before/After School program

The Latchkey Alternative Center has two position currently open.

Seeking an energetic, flexible, fun individual that has positive group teaching outlook.

Preschool 25-35 hours per week. Working with a range of students ages 2-5 years old.

Will work with 2-3 year old class and 4-5 year old class.

Hours will be in between 8-6pm Mon.-Fri. No nights or weekends.

12 minimum ECE units required

Possibly would work with our schoolage program a portion of the time also.

Seeking an afternoon staff that would like to assist with homework, outdoor activities and indoor games.

3 days per week. Working with ages 5-12.

2-6pm

FUN EXCITING SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS ALSO WILL BE AVAILABLE JUNE 17TH- AUG. 20TH.

Check us out at our website

or call Nicole at (650) 755-8574


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Mission Montessori believes our goal as educators is to help each child become a passionate member of the human community who is confident, creative, and flourishing. We pride ourselves on taking our mission to heart and having a school culture that supports our mission. We know that our students thrive when we, as adults, feel passionate about our work and create an environment where we also feel confident, creative, and flourishing.

We are seeking caring, enthusiastic, and committed individuals to work as Substitute Teachers with children ranging from three months to six years old. At the moment, we are looking for on-call substitutes particularly for Tuesdays and Thursdays (although we encourage you to apply no matter which days you're available). This is a great opportunity for someone looking to do childcare work part-time!

ABOUT THE POSITION

Responsibilities:

-Providing breaks to classroom teachers and assistants and keeping a consistent environment for the children in their absence

-Monitoring nap rooms

-Helping to facilitate fun, educational activities for the children

-Ensuring the safety and care of the children

-Assisting with afternoon pick-up

Requirements:

-Continuous enrollment in ECE courses until you have 12 credits

-Prior experience working with children in a formal environment (as a substitute/assistant teacher, nanny, children's activities coordinator, babysitter, etc.)

-Flexibility to work with children ages 3 months to 6 years

-Ability to interact with parents, children, and co-workers in a warm, empathetic and confident manner

-An interest in learning about Montessori (past Montessori experience not required)

-LiveScan fingerprints

-Official transcripts and diplomas

-Authorization to work in the U.S.

 

ABOUT MISSION MONTESSORI

Located in a beautiful historic building in San Francisco’s bustling Mid-Market neighborhood, Mission Montessori is San Francisco’s only Montessori school with programs for children from infancy through elementary. We offer competitive salaries, professional development opportunities, beautiful working environments, and the opportunity to work with a passionate community of educators from all over the world.

If this sounds like the right environment for you, we welcome you to apply!


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Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, CA has an opening for a full-time Math Teacher. 

*Position begins August 2020.   

Marin Catholic is a Roman Catholic college preparatory school serving young men and women. Consistent with our Gospel values, the school is committed to the education of the whole person. As a community that values faith, knowledge, and service, Marin Catholic provides students with a spiritual, academic and extra-curricular environment. Students are expected, through their experiences in the classroom and as active members of the school community, to develop attributes based on the gospel values including personal responsibility, social responsibility, critical-thinking ability, and appreciation for the complexity of the world. In partnership with parents; the administrators, staff, and faculty of Marin Catholic maintain a dynamic, student-centered environment, one that affords our young women and men every opportunity to achieve excellence.

Teachers at Marin Catholic have the primary responsibility to implement the school philosophy through the practice of their own faith, through instructional excellence, through participation in the creation of a school community, and through their role as a bridge between the individual student and the world community.

Qualifications, credentials, experience, knowledge & skills for the position:


  • Degree in Mathematics or related field

  • High School teaching experience, preferred

  • Practicing Catholic in good standing, preferred

  • Desire to share his/her faith journey 

  • Intellectually curios and willing to grow professionally

  • Teaching credential, preferred 

  • Ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, students and staff 

  • Maintains best professional practices in communicating with peers, students and parents 

Salary and benefits are according to a Union contract.

Full-time faculty are eligible for health and dental insurance, medical and dependent care flex plan, Archdiocesan pension, and 403b. 

Interested applicants for positions should submit a letter of interest and current resume to Andy Van Horn, Assistant Principal at teachingemployment@marincatholic.org.    


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Are you excited about empowering children to be themselves and celebrate each other?

Are you tired of mandated curriculum? Would you like to be responsive to the developmental needs of individual students?

Are you eager to teach in ways that feel organic and creative?

Storybrook Oakland is currently hiring for Lead Preschool Teachers: part-time, full-time and substitute positions available.

Storybrook Oakland is a community preschool focused on creating an environment that recognizes, empowers, and facilitates children's naturally occurring development: social, mental, and physical. As experienced educators, we prioritize creating a safe and collaborative classroom where children are loved and their ideas are valued. Our mission is to nurture children so they can be their happiest, smartest, and strongest selves. We believe that in order to do this, we must teach to the heart, the brain, and the body through play and exploration.  

Job Description

Key Responsibilities of the Lead Teacher

• Observe students at play and work

• Meet every child with love and respect where they are

• Collaborate with co-teachers to plan and implement emergent learning themes

• Present an environment which empowers students to be independent and invites them to pursue ideas driven by their curiosity and interests

• Maintain the environment and model care for our community space by participating in cleaning and maintaining the school, it’s spaces, and materials, as they are used

• Set the tone of the space as warm and safe through your communication

• Set out materials and pursue ideas that take students a step further in developing their abilities or honing their skills

• Be there when students are engaging in socially and emotionally challenging moments to help them utilize developmentally appropriate social and emotional skills

• Establish a sense of community by helping each child to experience pride in self and care for others

• Practice mindfulness at least twice a day at circle time and nap time

• Run circle time every morning

• Compose a monthly write up of learning and reflection in your classroom to be shared in the monthly newsletter

• Participate in meal times with students to model family style communication around a table

• Use reflection and collaboration with co-teachers in order to expose students to diverse and creative invitations and activities

• Use knowledge of the brain and child development to pinpoint next steps for individual students in all academic and social and emotional areas

• Engage students in problem solving as partners

• Maintain firmly established routines and follow the daily schedule

• Model positive, sophisticated, and kind communication with children and families

• Engage with families to keep learning visible on our app: Brightwheel and at drop off and pick up

• Meet with families to help problem solve and find solutions or to update them on their child’s progress in class when necessary

• Use a variety of methods and opportunities for accessibility: especially personal skills and interests such as music, printmaking, poetry, etc.

• Serve students with special needs with the same patience and respect as all other students in care

• Document student work; on Brightwheel and in wall displays

• Engage in play and activities yourself

• Participate in an evaluation process in collaboration with the directors

• Reports to the Preschool Directors

• Ensures the Aid Teacher partner is reinforcing the positive learning environment you’ve established

Qualifications:

• Complete at least 12 semester units of coursework in early childhood education or child development; at least one course must be in each of the following:

• Child, family, community, or child/family relations

• Programs/curriculum

• Child/human growth and development; AND * Complete at least 50 days of work experience in a childcare program

• 1+ year Toddler/young child Education Experience (preferred)

• Knowledge of early childhood education and child development

• Enthusiasm and a willingness to learn

• The ability to be observant, reflective, and put ideas into action

• The ability to multitask while maintaining a calm environment

• Experience working with infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children

• Commitment to the mission of Storybrook Oakland

• A positive attitude, flexibility, and enthusiasm for education and learning

• Strong communications skills

• US Work Authorization and excellent references

• Submission of TB clearance and background check

• CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain

• Proof of immunizations and a health screening

• Willingness to participate in 5 paid professional development training days/ year


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Wu Yee Children’s Services delivers comprehensive Child Development, Family, and Provider services for young children (0-5 years old) and low income families throughout the City of San Francisco. The scope of our programs range from child/parent education, wellness, mental health, nutrition and social services including Early Head Start and Head Start programs.

Responsibilities:


  • Designs and adopts curriculums based on child assessment data and school readiness goals.


  • Supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio.


  • Monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.


  • Completes timely and accurate documentation of family/child records and portfolios.


  • Communicates children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families.


  • Ensures IFSP/IEP goals are in lesson plans and classroom routines.


  • Knowledge of the Program for Toddler Caregiving and Creative Curriculum for Toddlers, and Twos.


REQUIREMENTS:


  • Must have a valid California Child Development Teacher permit

  • Must have an AA Degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education or relevant field required

  • Must have completed 6 Infant/Toddler Units

  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention

- Bilingual in English/Chinese or English/Spanish is a plus

Wu Yee Children's Services offers competitive wages and comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b Retirement plan benefits.


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APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants should submit their resume, a cover letter describing their qualifications and their interest in the position, and a copy of their transcript highlighting all completed ECE units. Applications without these three items will not be considered.

WORKING FOR CEID:

CEID is a non-profit organization recognized as a unique best practices site that focuses on communication and family-oriented support promoting learning and growth for the whole team. This is a rare opportunity to be a part of a collaborative cross-disciplinary team to share progressive professional expertise and knowledge that provides a strong foundation for students, family and staff alike. For more information about CEID please check out www.ceid.org

Sunshine Preschool and Childcare program provides an inclusive setting where children from 2 to 5 years have the opportunity to build and strengthen their pre-academic, social, emotional, and language skills under the guidance of trained staff. The children are immersed in a language-rich spoken English and sign language environment. Deaf and hard of hearing children will have full access to information in the classroom. Hearing children will have the opportunity to learn a second language.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The teacher will lead a class of up to 15 children, ranging in age from 2 years to 5 years. The teacher will work in conjunction with other classroom staff to create lesson plans, participate in team meetings, and perform related duties as assigned. The schedule for this position is Monday through Friday 7:30am – 4pm.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:


  • Provide a stimulating, developmentally appropriate, and safe classroom environment for preschool children

  • Supervise classroom staff

  • Lead creation of curriculum for children aged 2-5 and work with teacher aides for implementation

  • Maintain California Childcare Licensing standards and complete classroom and playground checks

  • Communicate with parents regarding classroom activities, curriculum and their child’s development

  • Coordinate snack, art, math, science, motor and cooking activities

  • Lead daily preparation and clean up

  • Maintain a clean classroom, including the adjoining bathroom

  • Model appropriate language, behavior, and social development behavior and encourage students to demonstrate the same

  • Assist children with toileting or diapering needs

  • Maintain confidentiality of all classroom and program operations

  • Work cooperatively with parents and supporting staff

Required Knowledge & Skills


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Related Field

  • 12+ semester units in early childhood education

  • Minimum of 12 months teaching experience in early childhood education programs

  • Significant experience working collaboratively with diverse populations and in supporting cultural competency

  • Knowledge of typical child development and the importance of play, and the ability to recognize/support children with special needs

  • Strong, effective interpersonal communication skills, initiative in engaging children in activities, ability to lift small children, capable of identifying and monitoring needs of children

  • Skill in sign language or willingness to learn

  • Valid Driver’s License and current Auto insurance

  • Current CPR/First Aid Certificate (or ability to obtain with 1 month of hire)

  • Current mandated reporter (child abuse) credential (or ability to obtain within a week of hire)

Desirable Knowledge & Skills


  • Minimum of 3 years teaching experience and training in the areas of early childhood development, parent counseling

  • Experience and knowledge of Deaf culture and history of Deaf education

  • Experience and knowledge of Special Needs, Special Education, and/or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

  • Knowledge of adaptive equipment and community resources for children with multiple special needs

  • Spanish language fluency

SALARY AND BENEFITS

This is an hourly paid position. Pay will be based on experience. Position is full time, benefit package is available.

CEID is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:


  • Early Childhood Education: 1 year (Required)

  • childcare: 1 year (Required)

Education:


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Work Location:


  • One location

Pay Frequency:


  • Bi weekly or Twice monthly

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday

  • Day shift


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HELP WANTED 

Fun! Extra Income! 

AFTER-SCHOOL TEACHER(S) & AIDE(S) NEEDED!  

NO CREDENTIAL REQUIRED!  

Employment type: part-time, independent contract.

Teachers earn $45-70/class, depending on experience. 

Our Aide position does not require any pre-class preparation, and pays $35/class.

-- NOW HIRING 1 TEACHER FOR AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES --

-- ALSO HIRING 4 SUMMER CAMP TEACHERS FOR JUNE & JULY --

Teach fun after-school science classes at schools in Marin County! 

Amazing Science is looking for 2-3 enthusiastic people to teach or aide k-6 after-school science classes, at locations in Marin County, from September to December, and from January to June, of each year. 

WE SUPPLY all needed materials and lesson plans! 

Various schedules and locations are available. The classes are at elementary schools around central Marin. Each session is 7-12 weeks. There are separate class levels for grades K, 1-2, and 3+. 

Teachers typically teach one to two 1-hour after-school classes per day, on days of their choice. 

The main skills needed are: to appear reliably; to be able to safely manage classes of 5-15 children, ranging from kindergarten to 6th grade; to be enthusiastic about learning and teaching; and to be able to understand and teach a wide range of science topics at k-6 levels based on pre-written lesson plans (a formal science background is *not* required). 

Our teacher positions would be a great position for: 

• anyone with relevant experience who would like to spice up their lives or add income, 

• A college student, or part-time worker

• an active parent looking for a little extra income or to spice up their days, 

• a retired teacher, or a substitute teacher, or 

• a skilled tutor looking for additional consistent hours

 

The Amazing Science program is an established, Marin-based non-profit after-school science program. We have been offering science classes in Marin County for 15 years. For more about what we do, please visit www.amazingsci.org 

BASIC REQUIREMENTS 

• Must love learning and teaching

• Must be able to safely manage 5-15 elementary school children

• Must have own transportation, able to transport 2-3 medium-sized plastic storage boxes

• Must be able to lift ~25 pounds

• Must pass LiveScan check

• Must pass tuberculosis (TB) test 

 

 CONTACT: 

Louis Nuyens


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Independent, Co-educational K-8

Middle School Science Teacher

Part-Time Position Beginning August 2020

Mark Day School seeks an experienced and collaborative part-time middle school science teacher. The successful applicant for this position will help advance the school’s mission with positive energy, creativity, dedication to a diverse community, love for children, a strong work ethic, and a willingness to collaborate in partnership with the middle school teaching team and the wider school community.

This teacher will be responsible for one or two sections of middle school science (18 students each) in grade 7or 8. Each section meets three days a week, once for 45 minutes and twice for 75 minutes in our block schedule. Skills, understandings, and attitudes developed throughout the middle school include broad metacognitive skills, such as growth mindset, self-advocacy, time management, and collaboration. Science students engage actively in a challenging, inquiry-based, experiential course in which they learn to apply scientific thinking, generate questions, apply the scientific process, carry out sound investigations and experiments, and master content, concepts, and skills in life and physical sciences, all with an eye toward making informed decisions and creating positive change in the world around them.

Key Responsibilities Include:

● Challenge all students with high academic and behavioral expectations while maintaining a climate of

responsibility, safety, kindness, enthusiasm, and fun.

● Model personal standards of excellence: warmth, clarity of expectations, consistency, and

accountability.

● Demonstrate equitable and culturally responsive teaching practices.

● Apply a wide range of highly effective teaching approaches balancing enduring and innovative best

practices.

● Engage in ongoing professional development.

● Form supportive and responsive relationships with students and families.

● Differentiate instruction to challenge every learner.

● Build a strong, positive classroom community in which students advocate for themselves and others.

● Provide constructive, timely, specific feedback that fosters a growth mindset.

● Use available technology to enhance student learning, collaboration, and responsive communication.

● Work with learning specialists and parents when necessary to design individualized programs for

students who require specialized support.

● Collaborate with the wider community to enhance the students’ experience, including specialists in

technology, information literacy, drama, art, music, P.E., world language, Social Emotional Learning

(SEL) and counseling, global education, sustainability, service-learning, and diversity.

● Observe, evaluate, encourage and monitor students’ academic and social development and progress.

● Communicate regularly with students, parents, and colleagues regarding students’ progress and needs.

Additional Responsibilities Include:

● Back to School Night

● Parent information evenings

● Faculty meetings

● Recess supervision

Education and Experience:

● Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution

● Relevant teaching experience

● Subject area knowledge in science

● Knowledge of and experience with relevant technology

● Proven cultural competence in a community committed to diversity, equity, and social justice.

More About Mark Day School

Mark Day School has established a consistent practice of thoughtful innovation in its curricular program,

focusing on current century skills and concepts including four cross-curricular literacies: Cross-Cultural

Literacy, Media and Information Literacy, Ecoliteracy, and Social, Emotional, and Ethical Literacy. Highlights

include the NAIS Leading Edge Award-winning Media Literacy program; well-established local and global

partnerships including with Kliptown Youth Program and eSibonisweni School in South Africa, Beijing #2

Experimental Primary School in China, and Pan American School in Costa Rica, among others; iPads in the

third and fourth grades; class sets of laptops in fifth grade and a one-to-one laptop program beginning in sixth

grade; Mandarin and Spanish language beginning in kindergarten; a commitment to differentiation across the

school; and more.

Mark Day School is a vibrant and diverse community, and all community members continue to work towards

the furthering of an inclusive and supportive school. The school is an equal opportunity employer committed to

excellence through diversity and multiculturalism. Mark Day School’s salary and benefits are very competitive

by both NAIS and regional standards. For more information about Mark Day School, please visit our website

Interested candidates should visit our website and send a letter of interest and resume via email to

the address listed in this posting. We will begin getting in contact with strong candidates immediately

upon receiving materials.


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Do you like creatively working with kids? Is working in a team something you enjoy?

Our elementary students learn to think critically, to question each other, and to apply the creative principals for their future ahead. At Stratford Schools we look to our lunch and extended day teachers to be leaders in and outside the classroom, to guide our students in a nurturing and learning environment.

A little about us

Stratford School is an independent private school founded on the belief that education is a significant influence in the life of a child. Our mission is to create a school community that inspires children to realize their full potential, while providing a safe and nurturing school environment. To support our mission, we bring together principals, teachers, and parents who are passionate about education. Together, we provide the best possible learning environment for our students.

A little about you

You are a positive, motivated, and energetic person who enjoys working as part of a team. You bring creativity to all that you do. Listening and being patient is second nature to you and encouraging others is your strength.

A typical day

You are responsible for carrying out all the duties necessary for the day-to-day elementary lunch and extended day operations. Supervise students in indoor and outdoor play, crafts, and snacks. Also embedded in the time is an opportunity for our students to work on their homework under your guidance and supervision. Working in a highly energized setting while maintaining a safe and educational learning environment is a must.

Musts

Being a strong communicator and having an abundance of patience is the key to success for our extended day professionals.

This is a part time position working a split shift of Monday - Friday 10:45 AM - 1:15 PM and 3 PM - 6 PM.


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Reggio-Inspired PreSchool Seeks Great Substitute Teachers

Old Firehouse School is actively recruiting substitute teachers for all three campuses: Lafayette, Walnut Creek and Mill Valley. To express your interest, please send a cover letter and resume 

Our program is based on a solid foundation of scientific theory, research and professional practice. Our teaching staff are early childhood educators with degrees in early childhood education, human development or a closely related field. Each one has chosen early childhood education as her long-term career.

Building relationships is the foundation of our work. We place strong emphasis on the bonds between children and teachers, teachers and parents, and children themselves. Our life together at OFS reflects a delicate and intricate web of social, emotional and intellectual skills that transforms the whole child into a well balanced member of society.

Key features of Old Firehouse School are:

Primary Caregiving and Continuity of Care

Reggio Inspired Project Work and Inspiration from Reggio Emilia, Italy

Professionalism

For our full-time faculty we offer 31 paid holidays, medical and dental benefits as well as an extraordinary bonus plan.

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This is a full time position 10:00-6:00 with a full hour break, or 11:00am-6:00pm with a lunch hour waived:  (You will get a paid full hour lunch break that is taken at the beginning or end of your shift.) total of 40 hours per week.  Schedule subject to change for our summer program.  We have a really fun summer camp, and there will be occasional OT due to trips.

Keyspot also pays for 100% medical insurance premiums, 100% dental insurance premiums, 100% for a life insurance policy of 25 thousand dollars, we have 401 K, and the option for free child care for school aged children.  We afford our staff as much flexibility as possible, and work together as a team.  Check us out at www.murwoodkeyspot.org

Job Requirements High School Graduate, GED or equivalent  12 Early Childhood Education Credits (Transcripts must be available) and experience working with school aged students.  Must be able to do the following: Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Planning and implementing activities with children between the ages of 4.6 and 12 years. Establish and maintain effective, working relationships with children, parents and staff.  

 Nature of Work Hours of work and schedule are based upon program needs and availability of funds. Work involves teaching in a recreational setting, which provides a comprehensive program to meet emotional, social, health, nutritional, and psychological needs of children. Work with other teachers to facilitate activities for all children both indoors and outdoors; Supervise the teacher’s assistant is in the classroom. Provide input to the director regarding the performance evaluation of the teacher’s assistants. The teacher assistant shall receive training and technical assistance from the teacher and the center director.  

 Job Duties and Responsibilities Takes part in planning and maintaining a safe, clean, learning environment and in assuring the well being and safety of the children in his/her care. Exhibits a genuine nurturing, caring attitude to all children. Maintains a positive, calm attitude and encourage this attitude in others working in the classroom. Maintains a cooperative attitude of working together with fellow teachers, aides, volunteers, parents, and director in planning and implementing activities. Plans with and assists in preparing materials and supplies in advance for activities. Assists with light housekeeping duties as needed. Assist in the preparation of snack for the children.    


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Seeking part-time, freelance Cantonese, German and Mandarin  teacher in our language school. Hours are typically in the evenings or on Sundays. Applicant should possess the following:


  • Native or near-native  language skills in the target language

  • Be LOCAL Bay Area Resident (no candidates outside of Bay Area will be considered)

  • Have permission to work in the US- Be able to demonstrate communicative and learner-centered teaching skills.

  • Have a minimum of one year of teaching experience 

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $25.00 /hour


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We at Music in Schools Today (MUST), champion arts education as a rich source of creativity, self-discipline, and cooperation for America’s children and youth. Our primary objective is to guarantee that someday every child will receive a meaningful arts education and experience.

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Music in Schools Today hires passionate Teaching Artists to teach dozens of art forms during and after school. We offer different programming for specific age groups ranging from Early Child Education to High school students. Our Music First Program is specifically designed for Early child education and is a music literacy program. We also offer an enrichment program that serves a wide range of age groups.

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RESIDENCY DETAILS

Currently, MUST is looking to hire a multi-disciplined Teaching Artist who works great with young and is an experienced musician and/or theater artist. The right candidate will be comfortable teaching and facilitating singing and movement activities, along with teaching our Music First Curriculum.

Age Group: Early child education TK-3rd grade

Location(s): A few residencies are available in the San Francisco, East Palo Alto, Half Moon Bay and Richmond areas.

Pay is: $40 per half- hour class.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent experience and expertise in Music and Theater arts.

  • Minimum one-year teaching experience at a public school setting, non-profit, or other arts and education establishments. Along with minimum one-year experience working with young children TK-3rd grade.

  • Expertise in an art form(s).

  • Active Artist and passion for youth development.

  • Experienced at creating and implementing engaging curriculum.

  • A team player attitude who advocates for youth development, art as a means to create social change through creative expression, and believes in providing exceptional arts experiences to our communities.

  • Able to keep clear communication and respond to emails.

  • Kind, enthusiastic, and an encouraging attitude towards youth and their artistic development.

  • All new hires must clear a background check (for this school district) and must have a clear TB test within the last 4 years.

REQUIREMENTS


  • Provide a Cover Letter addressing the following question (no longer than a page): How did you develop your art form, and how will you use your expertise to uplift the youth you will be teaching?

  • Provide a sample of your Art Work: You can send links, videos, or pictures of your artwork.

*Incomplete applications will not be reviewed*

We thank you for your desire of bringing your passion and skills to serve the youth, and for helping us develop a multicultural arts experience for our communities. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $40.00 to $75.00 /hour

Education:


  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

Work Location:


  • Multiple locations

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday


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We have one part-time Spanish tutor position available, 12-24 hrs/wk. This position requires availability on some combination of shifts Monday through Thursday, 3:30-10:00 pm and Sunday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm during the school year. 

Position Description

If you enjoy not only speaking Spanish but also working with students, we want to meet you! At BATC, we believe a tutor's academic expertise is just as important as his or her ability to effectively convey the subject matter to students of all levels and backgrounds. We are seeking personable, focused and enthusiastic individuals to tutor all levels of Spanish at our center in San Ramon. Many of our Spanish students come for help with reading, writing and grammar assignments from their Spanish classes at school, and some come for SAT II or AP test preparation. If you lack transportation, don't worry! A company carpool is available for those who live in the Berkeley area and commute to San Ramon.

Working at BATC


  • Pay is $26/hr and up, DOE

  • We offer set shifts; your hours are guaranteed whether or not we are able to schedule students in them

  • Paid training, prep time and staff meetings

  • Transportation options available to those commuting from the Berkeley/Oakland area to San Ramon

  • Tutors who work 24+ hrs/wk are eligible for "full-time" benefits, including company subsidized health insurance

Qualifications

Tutors must be able to take initiative and work independently. At the same time, we expect tutors to collaborate with each other in order to develop and/or expand curricula. Spanish tutors must be able to teach all levels of Spanish through AP. In addition, tutors must have a thorough knowledge of Spanish grammar, vocabulary and idiom, as well as the ability to write and correct essays in Spanish. Prior tutoring experience is preferred and a bachelor's degree (or ongoing study towards a degree) is required. All candidates will be given an assessment test in their subject prior to interviewing.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter (including availability and number of hours desired), resume and unofficial transcripts. All documents are required and incomplete applications will not be considered. 

We are only hiring tutors who are able to commit to working with us at least through the 2020-2021 school year (June 2021).  


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St. Timothy School is a Roman Catholic elementary school that serves the children of our parish and neighboring communities. We work in partnership with our school families to create a positive and safe learning environment. 

We are seeking enthusiastic part-time assistants for our after school program. Hours per week: approx. 14-18 hrs.  

Job Responsibilities:

Interact with staff, parents and children in a positive, constructive manner

Actively participate with children in after school activities such as homework club, arts and crafts, and indoor/outdoor play 

Requirements:

Must be 18 years or older

LiveScan Fingerprinting (to be completed with form provided by school)

Online child safety training (to be provided)

Current TB test

Experience working with elementary-age children in a school setting

 

 

 


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Swing Education is looking for motivated and passionate substitute teachers in San Francisco, CA and its surrounding areas to join our community. With Swing, you’ll have the opportunity to work with students from all grade levels and all types of schools. Get access to teaching opportunities from our rapidly growing network of partner schools, including KIPP Bay Area, South San Francisco Unified School District, Schools of the Sacred Heart, Brisbane School District, Creative Arts Charter School, San Bruno Park School District, Jefferson Unified High School District, and many more!

Opt-in to text alerts or use your personal online Swing dashboard to explore many options that make it easy for you to prioritize and pick which schools and grades you work with.

Additional benefits to subbing with Swing:


  • Pay rate – Swing school partners set their daily rates, and we don’t take a cut.

  • Weekly pay – Every Friday is payday!

  • More teaching opportunities – Get requests from all our partner schools in your area to earn more, teach more, and make a bigger impact.

  • Immediate opportunities – Receive requests via text for instant notifications.

  • No minimum commitment required – Choose your requests as you go with the flexibility to work in the locations you want, when you want.

  • Free to join – We reimburse 100% of the costs for your background check and TB test, no strings attached.

  • Easy on-boarding – Dedicated team to walk you through our easy set-up process.

Rate: $120-280 per day

Requirements:


  • You have a CA Teaching Credential or Substitute Teaching Permit.

  • You’ll need a new CA and FBI Livescan Background Check (we cover the cost).

  • You have recently completed a Tuberculosis Test or Risk Assessment (we cover the cost).

  • You have a Bachelor’s degree from a 4-yr college or university in the U.S.

About Swing Education:

Swing Education was founded in 2015 by former K-12 educators and administrators who know firsthand the critical role substitute teachers play for students. We pride ourselves on providing a superior experience for our substitute teachers. By using our online system, Swing subs get access to more teaching assignments at more schools, text notifications, weekly pay, fun perks, and the backing of a dedicated support team. To date, our community has filled over 100,000 teacher absence days – and we’re just getting started.

We currently serve 1,500-plus partner schools across California, Arizona, Texas, New Jersey, New York, and Washington D.C., and we’re excited about how our substitute teachers will make a difference for even more students, teachers, and schools in the years to come.


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Want better pay and more work? Want to be rewarded for your loyalty as a substitute teacher? Tired of not having taxes withdrawn from paychecks? Scoot is hiring exceptional substitute teachers in Oakland, San Francisco, Palo Alto, and the greater Bay Area.

Join an elite group of educators who believe in the value of exceptional education and understand the complexities associated with filling in for the day and take great pride in providing a consistent, valuable day of learning even when the regular teacher is unavailable.

You’ll get:- W-2 employee status (no fussing with taxes at the end of the year!) - Highest pay with weekly direct deposit - Friendly humans: expect to speak to a consultant daily - Easy tech: Instantly set your schedule and receive assignments via app/website - More work: there’s a shortage of teachers and we need your help! - Costs covered: we pay TB/Live-scan and application fees for 30 day permitYou are:


  • Credentialed or have a 30-day Teaching Permit **

  • Empathetic, professional, and passionate

  • Capable of leading in stressful situations and communicating with diverse audiences

  • Reliable, flexible, and excited to belong to a community

  • Competent, kind and fun** Only taken the CBEST? No worries! Instead of a gift card, we’ll cover your CTC live-scan costs & reimburse you for your 30 Day Permit application!


About Scoot:

We place exceptional people in educational settings. We invest in teachers looking for substitute or full-time teaching positions and connect them with stellar independent, charter, private, and religiously-affiliated schools across California. We utilize technology to provide better human experiences and strive to elevate substitute teaching as a career.


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We are looking for a skilled, confident, enthusiastic lead artist to join our team. Must be able to innovate, manage and teach in a dynamic children's art studio, 30+ hrs/week. We specialize in sophisticated and ambitious projects for children ages 5-15. Candidates must have a variety of strong art skills and experience with multiple mediums, leading projects, and a fast paced environment. Must include links to artwork, and resume and cover letter if interested. Job requires DOJ finger printing and TB test. Serious inquiries only. AlamedaStudioTime.org


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30 second video - Dream Big - Destination Science

 

We are currently booking phone interviews for PT/FT shifts.

 

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Hello Educators & slime makers! Do you have 3-8 weeks available this summer and want to earn some extra money and gain STEM experience and confidence? Destination Science is a great place to learn, grow and use your teaching talent to make a difference! Not much experience but love kids? We hire Site Assistants.

 

DESCRIPTION: Positions are PT-FT- 20 to 40 hours/week

 

Full Day-8am-3;30pm; PT positions: morning & afternoon shifts. Training provided.

 

YOUR DAY TO DAY: Get ready to have fun! We train teachers and assistants to conduct ‘wow’ science lessons with kids ages 5-11; robots, rockets, science mysteries and playing fun camp games, songs & rallies. Prep, teach, play and engage curious minds while learning some cool elementary STEM science and projects.

 

FEEDBACK FROM OUR TEAM:

"Everyone working for DS is so passionate about making a difference in the camper’s lives. From office staff, to our staff in the sites, everyone has been friendly and ready to help."

“My Wow is being around really awesome coworkers and the comprehensive training.”

“The excited looks on the campers faces when they received their fun items and seeing how the toys connected to science. Some of the great fun lessons that even me as the teacher had fun doing.”

 

Apply today to get a phone interview with our team.

Staffing@destinationscience.org; 1-888-909-2822


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