Job Opening - Title-I Teacher

Position: Title-I Teacher 

Contract Length: 184 Days (Starting in August).

Salary: $35,488.77 with benefits.

Reports to: New Philadelphia Office in New Towne Mall

Job Description

Overview

  • Promotes and develops successful reading instruction for students and performs related duties in accordance with District policies and terms of the teacher contract
  • Maintains a cooperative attitude with staff, parents and students
  • Responsible for group and individual instruction of reading for students who meet state and federal guidelines both in person and through Zoom.
  • Act as instructional leader in the area of reading
  • Coordinate and develop the Title 1 program in the school based on guidelines established by the District and state and federal governments
  • Implement a variety of assessment instruments to determine eligibility and instructional needs of students in reading
  • Update and keeps track of all Title One Paperwork
  • Conducts all aspects of Instructional Supervisor Job Description as described below:
    • Monitoring student progress across courses
    • Communicates with student and family weekly for progress monitoring
    • Ability to use Video Conferencing for communication
    • Easily accessible to students and families by phone and email
    • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
    • Ability to answer questions for current and prospective students
    • Complete orientations with 24 hours of notification
    • Monitor student progress and attendance daily
    • Monitor extra learning opportunities (ELO) each week
    • Ability to close out completed courses and issue grades
    • Complete Course Grade Submission Form in timely manner
    • Keep up to date with academic warning letters, truancy letters, and AIP conferences
    • Proctor testing sessions (in person and remotely)
    • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures
    • Complete appropriate reports for local, state, federal and educational agencies
    • Ensure that each student enrolled in the Virtual Instruction Program has accurate, up-to-date records
    • Refer students who are not complying with course or program policies to the site administrator for necessary interventions
    • Alert site administrator when a student, parent, or guidance counselor fails to respond to attempts to communicate
    • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals
    • Work with students, parents, and schools in a positive, proactive manner 
    • Provide direct consultation and guidance to students and parents on matters relating to courses, procedures, and learning strategies
    • Participate in professional training as scheduled by administration
    • Participate in scheduled meetings
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor

 

Minimum Requirements

  • Orton-Gillingham Certification or willing to obtain 
  • Current Ohio Teacher Certification in elementary education (reading specialist preferred)

 

The ideal candidate will also:

  • Maintain a cooperative relationship with administration, staff, students and parents
  • Model personal behaviors of honesty, fairness, courtesy and consideration