ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA) TEACHER - High School (SY 19-20)

BelovED Community Charter School | Jersey City, NJ

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CountyHudson
Posted Date 3/11/2019
Expiration Date6/10/2019
Description

ENLGISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER
(ELA)
HS
(SY19-20)

To Apply 

Click Apply button.  If inoperative, email your resume to careers@belovedccs.org with the Position Title in the email’s subject line, and then complete a full application by pasting https://beloved.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx into your browser. 

Why Our School is Special  

In SY15-16, BelovED was ranked the top public school in New Jersey for pace of student learning growth among schools serving a demographically like mix of students. 

We have achieved this academic success without burning out our teachers by meshing an effective education program with effective teacher supports and professional development. 

If you want to work in a highly successful charter school that supports its teachers, serving a student mix that is among the most diverse in America while enjoying the cultural vibrance of Jersey City, Hoboken and New York City (just 2 miles away), then apply today online at www.belovedccs.org/careers

Required Certifications / Qualifications 

Candidates MUST hold the following certification from the New Jersey Department of Education: a CE, CEAS, or Standard English Language Arts Teacher License. 

Candidates who meet the requirements to obtain such certification but do not yet have it in hand should apply for it immediately at https://nj.gov/education/license/ because they cannot be hired by a traditional or charter public school in New Jersey for a position such as this without such certification.

Teacher Responsibilities  

Values, Expectations, and Commitment  Teachers must commit themselves to the School’s values and mission. Moreover, appreciating the example of excellent schools which succeed at helping all students achieve at a high level, teachers must hold high expectations for each student and commit themselves to helping every student achieve their full potential. 

Student Learning  Every teacher must accept ultimate responsibility for his or her students achieving learning progress that meets or exceeds the School's high standards and must actively develop solutions to problems, reaching out for peer and leader support, and taking advantage of other school resources, as necessary. 

Teaching and Assessment  Teachers may make use of school-provided curricular materials, or they may design their own, but they must plan and deliver vibrant and engaging lessons – each with a measureable goal – within the framework of the School’s carefully sequenced, standards-aligned education program and they must administer school-provided formative assessments on a regular basis so instruction can be targeted to their students' needs. 

Culture and Classroom Management  Teachers must communicate, and also model for their students, behaviors which befit the high expectations culture and the caring school climate to which we are committed.  They must apply School and classroom rules consistently and effectively; make use of preventive discipline; and effectively supervise students both in their classroom and elsewhere on School grounds. 

Teamwork, Professional Relations, and Professional Development  Teachers should see themselves as members of a team and should commit themselves to their own and to their peers’ on-going professional development.  Teachers will be required to attend professional development sessions, to participate actively in planning meetings, and to become part of a professional learning community where they can lend assistance to, and gain assistance from, their grade-level peers. 

Special Needs Students and English Language Learners  Teachers must work collaboratively with the school’s special education and ELL staff to implement the school’s special education and ELL programs and to comply with all state and federal regulations.  

Teacher Supports 

Teachers are part of a school-wide team that includes many different professionals and they receive career-long coaching and professional development support from their Academy Dean and Dean of Students, their Grade Level or Department Head, and our Coordinator of Special Education. 

Teachers work closely with their grade level peers, with whom they engage within professional learning communities (PLCs) assisting one another to solve problems. 

Additional teacher supports include:

  • A research-based curriculum and supporting curricular materials (you will have the freedom to develop your own, but after a full day in the classroom, you may appreciate not always having to develop learning objectives and curricular resources from scratch);
  • High-quality formative assessments, aligned with our curriculum, that will help you immediately identify when students in your class have not achieved mastery of a skill, concept, or knowledge item;
  • Full-time reading and math specialists who will be available to tutor students who are struggling to master an essential skill, and social workers who will be available to help students struggling with outside problems;
  • The staffing of our afterschool program by Academic Tutors, so we can limit the length of our teachers’ work-days;
  • Abundant planning periods that provide teachers an opportunity to prepare up-coming lessons during the school day.

Compensation

$56,000-$71,000 (depending on experience) plus health and pension benefits; ample stipend-earning opportunities.

As equal opportunity employers, BelovED and Empowerment Academy hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability.

Salary56000.00 Annual
Counties
Hudson

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