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Job title - Science Teacher  

Reports to - Principal, Assistant Principal

Status - Full-time

Position Summary: Responsible for teaching 9-12 Science with proven results in student learning.  The teacher will be expected to teach for an extended school year, consisting of approximately 190 student days and 200 teacher school days, with an optional summer program. The Teacher will provide student services to those students enrolled, ensuring the effective completion of the curriculum that they are responsible for.  The Teacher will develop creative forms of instruction to meet the needs of a diverse urban student population, while establishing and enforcing non-instructional duties throughout the educational process. The Teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC).

Responsibilities:

1)  Provides a diverse perspective when working with Students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members.

2)  Maintains professional standards per HSCS in an urban environment.

3)  Participates in PLC; daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC.

4)  Engages in a diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers.

5)  Observes and evaluates the students' performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health.

6)  Instructs students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies.

7)  Implements teaching methods according to what is appropriate to students' needs and interests.

8)  Establishes and enforces rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process while adhering to all administrative policies and rules governing the students.

9)  Prepares, administers and grades tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing.

10)  Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  •  NYS Certification Biology 7-12 or related
  •  Preferred research and/or field experience.
  • Proficiency in microsoft office, electronic management, grading, and other instructional technologies.
  • Teaching in an urban setting is strongly desired.
  • Strong verbal and communication skills.

 

Must be able to frequently:
-  Repeat the same motions
-  Sit for long periods of time.
-  Able to communicate verbally.

Moderate to occasional:
-  Lifting (1-10 pounds), walking.

 
 
 Job Title:   Building Based Substitute

REPORTS TO: Principal, Sub Coordinator

CLASSIFICATION: Exempt

Position Summary:  Responsible for substitute teaching for grades 9-12 with proven results in student learning.  The teacher will be expected to teach for an extended school year, consisting of approximately 190 student days and 200 teacher school days, with an optional summer program. The Teacher will provide student services to those students enrolled, ensuring the effective completion of the curriculum that they are responsible for.  The Teacher will develop creative forms of instruction to meet the needs of a diverse urban student population, while establishing and enforcing non-instructional duties throughout the educational process. The Teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC).  In addition to teaching, the Teacher will be responsible for participating in interviews, maintaining lists and records, and coordinating other substitute teachers as needed by the school.

Responsibilities:

1)  Provides a diverse perspective when working with students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members.

2)  Maintains professional standards per HSCS in an urban environment.

3)  Participates in PLC; daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC.

4)  Engages in a diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers.

5)  Observes and evaluates the students' performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health.

6)  Instructs students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies.

7)  Implements teaching methods according to what is appropriate to students' needs and interests.

8)  Establishes and enforces rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process while adhering to all administrative policies and rules governing the students.

9)  Prepares, administers and grades tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing.

 

 

Qualifications:

-  Teaching certification preferred

-  Proficiency in Microsoft office, electronic management, grading, and other instructional technologies.

-  Teaching in an urban setting is strongly desired.

-  Strong verbal and communication skills.

 

Skills:

  • Ability to convey information and ideas clearly and coherently through spoken word and writing that others will understand.
  • Strong active listening abilities.
  • Strong critical thinking skills through the use of logic and reasoning to identify the strength and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to a problem.
  • A strong social perspective to be aware of others reactions and perspectives.
  • Ability to work well with other faculty and staff members.

Please make sure to complete an application at http://www.wnyric.org/application for this job posting.

 
 
 
 Job Title:   AIS Teacher

DEPARTMENT:             ELA

REPORTS TO:              Principal, Assistant Principal

CLASSIFICATION:        Exempt

 

Position Summary:  Responsible for teaching grade 9 students with literacy deficits.  The teacher will be expected to teach for an extended school year, consisting of approximately 190 student days and 200 teacher school days, with an optional summer program. The Teacher will provide student services to those students enrolled, ensuring the effective implementation of the Achieve 3000 literacy program.  The teacher will collaborate regularly with the Freshman Academy teachers to set goals and discuss data. The Teacher will develop creative forms of instruction to meet the needs of a diverse urban student population, while establishing and enforcing non-instructional duties throughout the educational process. The Teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC). 

 

The AIS Teacher will work to identify students in need of targeted instruction based on performance results from baseline reading assessments.  The AIS Teacher will furthermore provide classroom support for students performing below grade-level expectations and assist with the development of targeted means for assessing and monitoring students on an on-going basis.  The AIS Teacher will observe AIS students in the classroom as well as a small group basis to further understand the learning concerns needed to be addressed.

 

Responsibilities:

  1. Provides a diverse perspective when working with students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members.
  2. Maintains professional standards per HSCS in an urban environment.
  3. Participates in PLC; daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC.
  4. Engages in a diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers.
  5. Observes and evaluates the students' performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health.
  6. Instructs students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies.
  7. Implements teaching methods according to what is appropriate to students' needs and interests.
  8. Establishes and enforces rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process while adhering to all administrative policies and rules governing the students.
  9. Prepares, administers and grades tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing.
  10. Other duties as assigned- training on the Achieve 3000 computer based Literacy Program.
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    Job Title:   Special Education Teacher

    DEPARTMENT:         Faculty
    REPORTS TO:          
    Principal, AP of Instruction, CSE

    CLASSIFICATION:    Exempt

     

    Position Summary: Responsible for teaching students with diverse learning needs.  Must have proven results in student learning.  The teacher will be expected to teach for an extended school year, consisting of approximately 190 student days and 200 teacher school days.  The Teacher will provide special education services to those students enrolled, ensuring the effective completion of the curriculum that they are responsible for.  The Teacher will develop creative forms of instruction to meet the needs of a diverse urban student population, while establishing and enforcing non-instructional duties throughout the educational process. The Teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC).

     

    Essential Functions:

     1)  Provides a diverse perspective when working with Students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members.

     2)  Maintains professional standards per HSCS in an urban environment.

     3)  Participates in PLC; daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC.

     4)  Engages in a diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers.

     5)  Observes and evaluates the students' performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health.

     6)  Instructs students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies.

     7)  Implements teaching methods according to what is appropriate to students' needs and interests.

     8)  Establishes and enforces rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process while adhering to all administrative policies and rules governing the students.

     9)  Prepares, administers and grades tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing.

     10)  Other duties as assigned. 

     

    Qualifications:

    -  Students with Disabilities 7-12 or Special Education K-12 certification required.

    -  Proficiency in microsoft office, electronic management, grading, and other instructional technologies.

    -  Teaching in an urban setting is strongly desired.

    -  Strong verbal and communication skills.

     

    Must be able to frequently:                                                     
    -  Repeat the same motions.
    -  Sit for long periods of time.
    -  Able to communicate verbally.

    Moderate to occasional:
    -  Lifting (1-10 pounds), walking.

     

     

     

     

     

     Job title - Social Studies Teacher

    Reports to - Principal, Assistant Principal

    Status - Full-time

     

    Position Summary: Responsible for teaching 9-12 Social Studies with proven results in student learning.  The teacher will be expected to teach for an extended school year, consisting of approximately 190 student days and 200 teacher school days, with an optional summer program. The Teacher will provide student services to those students enrolled, ensuring the effective completion of the curriculum that they are responsible for.  The Teacher will develop creative forms of instruction to meet the needs of a diverse urban student population, while establishing and enforcing non-instructional duties throughout the educational process. The Teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC).

     

    Responsibilities:

    1)  Provides a diverse perspective when working with Students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members.

    2)  Maintains professional standards per HSCS in an urban environment.

    3)  Participates in PLC; daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC.

    4)  Engages in a diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers.

    5)  Observes and evaluates the students' performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health.

    6)  Instructs students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies.

    7)  Implements teaching methods according to what is appropriate to students' needs and interests.

    8)  Establishes and enforces rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process while adhering to all administrative policies and rules governing the students.

    9)  Prepares, administers and grades tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing.

    10) Other duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications:

     

    -  NYS Teaching Certification, Social Studies (7-12)

    -  Proficiency in microsoft office, electronic management, grading, and other instructional technologies.

    -  Teaching in an urban setting is strongly desired.

    -  Strong verbal and communication skills.

     

    Must be able to frequently:
    -  Repeat the same motions
    -  Sit for long periods of time.
    -  Able to communicate verbally.

    Moderate to occasional:
    -  Lifting (1-10 pounds), walking.

     

    *Title Substitute Teacher 
    *Job Type Certified - Teaching - Substitute Teacher {SUBD} 
    *Job Type Description

     

    Position Summary: A Bachelor's Degree in Education, or in a relevant subject area is required. Prior substitute teaching experience is preferred. The Substitute Teacher provides student services to those students enrolled at Health Sciences Charter School on an as needed basis; ensuring the effective completion of the existing curriculum they are responsible for through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education while establishing and enforcing rules for maintaining order throughout the educational process. The teacher will work collectively in a Professional Learning Community (PLC). 

    Responsibilities: 
    1. Will bring a diverse perspective when working with students, parents, colleagues, and PLC members. 
    2. Ability to work professionally in an urban, youth learning environment. 
    3. Awareness of PLC: daily participation and motivation to collaboratively improve PLC. 
    4. Engage in diverse community based programming with regional colleagues and healthcare providers. 
    5. Observe and evaluate the students? performance, progress, behavior, social development and physical health. 
    6. Instruct students effectively through lectures, discussions, class activities, demonstrations and other creative forms of education of the curriculum their courses require and maintain a balance of these different educational strategies. 
    7. Adapt teaching methods according to what is appropriate to student?s needs and interests. 
    8. Establish and enforce rules of classroom conduct throughout the educational process. Enforce all administrative policies and rules governing the students. 
    9. Preserve accurate and complete records as required by law, district policies and administrative standards. 
    10. Prepare, administer and grade tests and assignments that are a reflection of what students will be evaluated on during NYS Regents, Advanced Regents and Advanced Placement testing. 
    11. Other duties as assigned and requested.

     

    Qualifications:

    -  Bachelor's Degree

     

    Must be able to frequently:
    -  Repeat the same motions
    -  Sit for long periods of time.
    -  Able to communicate verbally.

    Moderate to occasional:
    -  Lifting (1-10 pounds), walking. 

     
     
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