Coburg Community Charter School is now accepting applications for the following positions:
- Physical Education/Health Teacher- .70-.80 FTE (Application Review Begins: 8/16/17. Position open until filled)
- Educational Assistant (EA) Pool- varied FTE (Application Review Begins: 8/16/17. Position open until filled)
- Certified Teacher Substitute Pool- varied FTE
- Educational Assistant (EA) Substitute Pool- varied FTE
- Custodial Substitute Pool- varied FTE
Candidates who would like to be considered for any of these potential openings should submit a letter of interest, resume, three letters of recommendation, and appropriate licensure to Ronda Dye at email@example.com.
Physical Education/Health Teacher, .70-.80 FTE
- Valid Oregon teaching certificate.
- Major or advanced degree in health and/or fitness preferred.
- Demonstrated successful teaching experience in health and fitness at the K-8 level.
- Demonstrated ability to teach with standards-based curriculum materials.
- Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing behavior management programs.
- Knowledge of Common Core State Standards.
- Demonstrated knowledge of new technologies and ability to incorporate these into instructional programs.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, and parents.
- Demonstrated ability to use effective instructional strategies.
- A demonstrated record of flexibility, creativity, and compatibility in working with staff in program development and improvement.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality per board policy and state and federal laws.
- Demonstrated skills in interpersonal communication (written and oral) and relationships.
- Demonstrated compatibility with staff and program.
- Deliver meaningful instruction, guidance, and mentoring to K-8 level students. Develop and modify instructional programs to meet individual student needs.
- Plan, develop, and implement a course of instruction in health and fitness designed to achieve Essential Learnings and Grade Level Expectations.
- Develop positive techniques for improving student behavior and maintain order appropriate to a productive learning environment.
- Report regularly to parents in written form and respond to parental concerns.
- Enforce school rules and monitor student behavior in non-classroom settings.
- Maintain student records including daily grades, attendance reports, student assessment records, and others as required.
- Refer students with special needs to appropriate programs.
- Participate in both short- and long-term instructional planning, which will include writing daily lesson plans.
- Participate in staff meetings and work constructively and regularly with other department members to evaluate current offerings and to make needed improvements.
- Work cooperatively with other building staff.
- Uphold and assist in enforcing school rules, administrative regulations, and board policy.
- Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
- Requires the use of multiple communication and technology systems, which may include electronic mail, computers, document cameras, smart boards, and web-based resources.
- Effectively maintain and communicate student progress using formative and summative assessments based on current state standards in accordance with district reporting timelines.
- Other duties as assigned by principal.
Educational Assistant (EA) Pool
- Experience working with school age children
- Strong communication and writing skills
- High school level or higher math skills preferred
- Minimum availability from 8:00 am-1:00 pm on most days, some positions may require full time availability
- Availability to attend after school meetings when requested
- Ability to assist with academic and behavioral interventions/support/instruction
- PBIS experience preferred
- Ability to carry out lessons with small groups of students as assigned by classroom teacher
- Ability to work outdoors for recess supervision
- Ability to enforce school rules, supervise students, and mediate disagreements
- Ability to complete necessary behavioral incident documentation
- Ability to assist with testing, grading, and prep work as needed
- Ability to take feedback and self-reflect
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to perform duties directly related to school programs or projects to which assigned as designated by administrator(s) in charge
- Fingerprinting and background check
Minimum Requirements for all other positions:
Classified Substitutes (Educational Assistants)
- Fingerprinting prior to substituting
- Experience working with children preferred
- Fingerprinting prior to substituting
Certified Substitutes (Teachers)
Substituting at our school is a great way to learn if you would like a full-time position here. Please read our website and curriculum choices thoroughly before applying.
- Oregon Teaching License