LEAD Public Schools

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Teaching Licenses (Elementary Education, Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.)| Special Education| Administrative and Other Roles

Position 1:

Middle School Math Teacher

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Tennessee

Full-Time

Position Description:

Be a LEADer. Teach Math at LEAD Public Schools.

LEAD Public Schools seeks middle school math teachers who possess an unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels and a strong commitment to going above and beyond to meet their students’ needs to prepare them for college and for life.

JOB GOAL
Our Math teachers work relentlessly with their teammates to ensure that all of their students not only are able to perform mathematical functions and have a deeper understanding of what they are learning, but also meet the established Tennessee standards by the end of the year. This incredible work is done through coaching and support from administration, implementing regular feedback, collaboration with colleagues, data analysis, and working to make sure that students who come in below grade level rise above the challenges they face.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
Successful teachers at LEAD Public Schools are committed to put in the extra effort to ensure that our students have access to a high quality education. Our teachers persevere through difficult challenges, set goals for our students, and don’t give up. We ask our teachers to be flexible, hard working, and constantly striving to improve their abilities in the classroom to meet our students’ needs. We are looking for middle school math teachers.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
•Design and implement rigorous unit plans and lessons that meet the needs of all students with clear, standard aligned objectives and appropriate assessments to gauge student comprehension
•Participate in bi-weekly coaching meetings to internalize content, teaching moves, and classroom management to improve your practice
•Participate in a collaborative learning environment with other team members including grade level work, content teams, and professional development throughout the school year
•Execute school based duties that can include student conferences, arrival and dismissal, transitions, lunch duty, and other assigned by the school leadership team

QUALIFICATIONS
Our ideal math teacher is passionate about developing young mathematicians, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

Experience:
•Minimum of two years teaching experience preferred, but not required
•Previous experience with diverse student populations or in an urban setting preferred

Education/Certification
•Bachelor's degree is required
•Candidates must have either (a) valid Tennessee teaching license with the appropriate content endorsement to teach math, or (b) a valid out of state license that can successfully be transferred to Tennessee within 90 days of employment, or (c) demonstrate you are on track to complete the necessary steps towards certification in Tennessee.

Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
•Belief in the LEAD mission that all students are capable of success while preparing them for college and for life
•Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player

APPLICATION
To apply, please complete an online application through our website (www.leadpublicschools.org/careers)





Teaching Licenses:

Mathematics| Mathematics: Middle Level (Endorsement)

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 2:

High School Math

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Tennessee

Full-Time

Position Description:

Be a LEADer. Teach Math at LEAD Public Schools.

LEAD Public Schools seeks high school math teachers who possess an unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels and a strong commitment to going above and beyond to meet their students’ needs to prepare them for college and for life.

JOB GOAL
Our Math teachers work relentlessly with their teammates to ensure that all of their students not only are able to perform mathematical functions and have a deeper understanding of what they are learning, but also meet the established Tennessee standards by the end of the year. This incredible work is done through coaching and support from administration, implementing regular feedback, collaboration with colleagues, data analysis, and working to make sure that students who come in below grade level rise above the challenges they face.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
Successful teachers at LEAD Public Schools are committed to put in the extra effort to ensure that our students have access to a high quality education. Our teachers persevere through difficult challenges, set goals for our students, and don’t give up. We ask our teachers to be flexible, hard working, and constantly striving to improve their abilities in the classroom to meet our students’ needs. We are looking for high school math teachers.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
•Design and implement rigorous unit plans and lessons that meet the needs of all students with clear, standard aligned objectives and appropriate assessments to gauge student comprehension
•Participate in bi-weekly coaching meetings to internalize content, teaching moves, and classroom management to improve your practice
•Participate in a collaborative learning environment with other team members including grade level work, content teams, and professional development throughout the school year
•Execute school based duties that can include student conferences, arrival and dismissal, transitions, lunch duty, and other assigned by the school leadership team

QUALIFICATIONS
Our ideal math teacher is passionate about developing young mathematicians, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

Experience:
•Minimum of two years teaching experience preferred, but not required
•Previous experience with diverse student populations or in an urban setting preferred

Education:
•Bachelor's degree is required
•Candidates must have either (a) valid Tennessee teaching license with the appropriate content endorsement to teach math, or (b) a valid out of state license that can successfully be transferred to Tennessee within 90 days of employment, or (c) demonstrate you are on track to complete the necessary steps towards certification in Tennessee.

Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
•Belief in the LEAD mission that all students are capable of success while preparing them for college and for life
•Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player

APPLICATION
To apply, please complete an online application through our website (www.leadpublicschools.org/careers)





Teaching Licenses:

Mathematics

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 3:

Special Education

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Tennessee

Full-Time

Position Description:

Be a LEADer. Teach Exceptional Education at LEAD Public Schools.

Special Education (Ex.Ed) teachers are champions for the cause of equality within the school and make sure that their students’ needs are being met. Our ideal Special Education teacher is passionate about supporting our students with IEPs, loves working with and advocating for students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

The LEAD Environment
Our Ex.Ed teachers work relentlessly with their teammates to ensure that all of their students not only are able to enhance their reading abilities by deciphering texts to inquire about historical events while also gaining a broader understanding of the world, but also meet the established Tennessee standards by the end of the year. This incredible work is done through coaching and support from administration, implementing regular feedback, collaboration with colleagues, data analysis, and working to make sure that students who come in below grade level rise above the challenges they face.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
Successful teachers at LEAD Public Schools are committed to put in the extra effort to ensure that our students have access to a high quality education. Our teachers persevere through difficult challenges, set goals for our students, and don’t give up. We ask our teachers to be flexible, hard-working, and constantly striving to improve their abilities in the classroom to meet our students’ needs. We are looking for Exceptional Education teachers.

Position Responsibilities
•Design and implement data driven lesson plans that help grow and support students who may have cognitive and/or developmental delays
•Develop individualized education programs (IEPs) for students
oMaintains special education files, both paper and electronic files, as directed by federal, state, and local practices.
•Collect data on individual student skills to determine the effectiveness of programming and measure progress toward IEP goals
•Functional Curriculum and daily living focus, as appropriate
•Maximize creating independence across all natural settings
•Work as a team member and advocate for students to gain exposure to general education peers and settings as appropriate
•Plans effective instructional and/or behavioral strategies for adapting and modifying general curriculum to ensure all students access academic content
Other Functions
•Directs and supervises education assistants for the purpose of providing an effective classroom program and addressing the needs of individual students.
•Supports other classroom teachers for the purpose of assisting them in the implementation of established curriculum and/or individual student plans.


QUALIFICATIONS
Our ideal Ex.Ed/SPED teacher is passionate about working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

Experience:
•Minimum of two years teaching experience preferred, but not required
•Previous experience with diverse student populations or in an urban setting preferred
•Physical Demands may include:
oLight to medium work involving standing, walking, lifting, pushing, carrying, (exerting up to 20 pounds)

Education/Certification:
•Bachelor's degree is required
•Candidates must have either (a) valid Tennessee teaching license with the appropriate content endorsement to teach SPED or (b) a valid out of state license that can successfully be transferred to Tennessee within 90 days of employment, or (c) demonstrate you are on track to complete the necessary steps towards certification in Tennessee.

Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
•Belief in the LEAD mission that all students are capable of success while preparing them for college and for life
•Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player

Application
Go to https://leadpublicschools.org/join-our-team/
to learn more about our organization and to apply online.


Teaching Licenses:

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Special Education: Academic and Behavioral Strategist (mild to moderate only)| Special Education: Autism Spectrum Disorders| Special Education: Developmental Adapted Physical Education (Endorsement)| Special Education: Developmental Disabilities| Special Education: Emotional Behavioral Disorders| Special Education: Learning Disabilities

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 4:

ELL Teacher

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Tennessee

Full-Time

Position Description:

Be a LEADer. Teach ELL at LEAD Public Schools.

English Language Learners (ELL) teachers are champions for the cause of equality within the school and make sure that their students are receiving the support they need to be successful within the school culture. Our ideal ELL teacher is passionate about supporting our students learning English, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

The LEAD Environment
Our ELL teachers work relentlessly with their teammates to ensure that all of our English Language Learners are receiving the best support possible to aid in their transition to our school environment, but also meet the established Tennessee standards by the end of the year. This incredible work is done through coaching and support from administration, implementing regular feedback, collaboration with colleagues, data analysis, and working to make sure that students who come in below grade level rise above the challenges they face.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
Successful teachers at LEAD Public Schools are committed to put in the extra effort to ensure that our students have access to a high quality education. Our teachers persevere through difficult challenges, set goals for our students, and don’t give up. We ask our teachers to be flexible, hard working, and constantly striving to improve their abilities in the classroom to meet our students’ needs. We are looking for ELL teachers.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
•Design and implement rigorous unit plans and lessons that meet the needs of all students with clear, standard aligned objectives and appropriate assessments to gauge student comprehension
•Participate in bi-weekly coaching meetings to internalize content, teaching moves, and classroom management to improve your practice
•Participate in a collaborative learning environment with other team members including grade level work, content teams, and professional development throughout the school year
•Execute school based duties that can include student conferences, arrival and dismissal, transitions, lunch duty, and other assigned by the school leadership team

QUALIFICATIONS
Our ideal social studies teacher is passionate about developing young scientists, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

Experience:
•Minimum of two years teaching experience preferred, but not required
•Previous experience with diverse student populations or in an urban setting preferred

Education/Certification:
•Bachelor's degree is required
•Candidates must have either (a) valid Tennessee teaching license with the appropriate content endorsement to teach ELL, or (b) a valid out of state license that can successfully be transferred to Tennessee within 90 days of employment, or (c) demonstrate you are on track to complete the necessary steps towards certification in Tennessee.

Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
•Belief in the LEAD mission that all students are capable of success while preparing them for college and for life
•Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player

APPLICATION
To apply, please complete an online application through our website (https://leadpublicschools.org/join-our-team/)





Teaching Licenses:

Bilingual-Bicultural (Endorsement)| English as a Second Language

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 5:

Science Teachers

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Tennessee

Full-Time

Position Description:

Be a LEADer. Teach Science at LEAD Public Schools.

LEAD Public Schools seeks Middle School Science teachers who possess an unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels and a strong commitment to going above and beyond to meet their students’ needs to prepare them for college and for life. Our ideal Science teacher is passionate about developing young scientists, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

JOB GOAL
Our Science teachers work relentlessly with their teammates to ensure that all of their students not only are able to use scientific methods of research and discovery to enhance their understanding of the natural environment, but also meet the established Tennessee standards by the end of the year. This incredible work is done through coaching and support from administration, implementing regular feedback, collaboration with colleagues, data analysis, and working to make sure that students who come in below grade level rise above the challenges they face.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
Successful teachers at LEAD Public Schools are committed to put in the extra effort to ensure that our students have access to a high quality education. Our teachers persevere through difficult challenges, set goals for our students, and don’t give up. We ask our teachers to be flexible, hard working, and constantly striving to improve their abilities in the classroom to meet our students’ needs. We are looking for science teachers.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
•Design and implement rigorous unit plans and lessons that meet the needs of all students with clear, standard aligned objectives and appropriate assessments to gauge student comprehension
•Participate in bi-weekly coaching meetings to internalize content, teaching moves, and classroom management to improve your practice
•Participate in a collaborative learning environment with other team members including grade level work, content teams, and professional development throughout the school year
•Execute school based duties that can include student conferences, arrival and dismissal, transitions, lunch duty, and other assigned by the school leadership team

QUALIFICATIONS
Our ideal science teacher is passionate about developing young scientists, loves working with students who need the most support, is flexible, is coachable, and wants to grow as a teacher.

Experience:
•Minimum of two years teaching experience preferred, but not required
•Previous experience with diverse student populations or in an urban setting preferred

Education/Certification:
•Bachelor's degree is required
•Candidates must have either (a) valid Tennessee teaching license with the appropriate content endorsement to teach Science, or (b) a valid out of state license that can successfully be transferred to Tennessee within 90 days of employment, or (c) demonstrate you are on track to complete the necessary steps towards certification in Tennessee.

Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
•Belief in the LEAD mission that all students are capable of success while preparing them for college and for life
•Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player

APPLICATION
To apply, please complete an online application through our website (https://leadpublicschools.org/join-our-team/)





Teaching Licenses:

Science: Chemistry| Science: Earth and Space Science| Science: General Science (Science 5-8)| Science: General Science: Middle Level (Science 5-8) (Endorsement)| Science: Life Sciences| Science: Physics

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Contact Information

Patrick

Rudd

Director of Talent

6153104195

LEAD Public Schools

2835 Brick Church Pike

Nashville-Davidson

Tennessee

37207

United States