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

Position 1:

Primary Principal - Ukarumpa International School

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Location

Type:

International

Full-Time

Position Description:

Provide administrative expertise and support in a variety of roles to the staff, students, programs, and operations of Ukarumpa International School.

1. Oversee educational and administrative operations.
2. Provide spiritual leadership for school personnel.
3. Provide administrative oversight to finances and budget.
4. Oversee school personnel, including consulting on specific assignments to the various vacancies.
5. Function in a public relations role, both within and outside the community.
6. Provide oversight to school facilities.
7. Provide oversight in the area of student information and records.
8. Provide for the professional development, training, and evaluation needs of school personnel.
9. Oversee student life, including discipline, child safeguarding, and other programs.

Teaching Licenses:

Elementary Education

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Principal (K-12)

Position 2:

Middle School English Teacher - Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

International

Full-Time

Position Description:

Teaching: The teacher has the responsibility to teach the content at each grade level assigned by the administration. In implementing that assignment, the teacher is to:

Teach regularly scheduled classes as assigned.
Be informed as to the academic, social, spiritual, and behavioral needs of students.
Employ instructional methods, means, and aids to provide interesting, effective, and enthusiastic teaching/learning.
May require pivot to remote learning format for the whole class or select students as conditions warrant.

Teaching tasks include:

Adequate preparation for each class including the meeting of objectives for each assigned curricular area.
Following the Scope and Sequence, Course and Unit objectives, and textbooks as provided or as modified with the permission of the school administration.
Maintaining all records as required by the School.
Teaching with methods and style that are consistent with the philosophy of the school, and the goals of the curriculum.
Following the policies of the school in instruction, homework, discipline, attendance, methods, and procedures so as to maintain an effective educational climate and the desired academic results.
Attending and participating in scheduled meetings, in-service days, conferences, workdays, and other assigned professional duties.
Keeping the principal informed of the progress of students in the classes, including the needs of the students, the needs of the teacher, and the need for instructional materials.
Following the master schedule in the time management of the school day, including the specific functions required in those assigned times.
Providing adequate supervision for assigned students in the classroom and common areas of the school to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of the students.
Maintain active communication with parents initiating contact when appropriate and responding to parent communication in a timely manner.
When required, make adaptations following the IEP provided by the Special Ed.

Non-teaching tasks/responsibilities include:

Maintaining all additional records as they pertain to the management of the School and its resources as required by the school administration (inventory/materials/supplies).
Providing proper supervision of students in all school activities.
Attending school events as required, and as to support the total operation of the school, one’s colleagues, and the school student body.
Maintaining required professional development and credentials, and further one’s professional competence by being involved in professional growth activities.
Coordinates field trips and special events, as needed.
Serves on Accreditation team and contributes to self-study report as needed.
Attends one student retreat every year.
Mentors students who demonstrate the need for adult support and advocacy.
Meeting other requirements and obligations of the school as indicated by the administration.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Understanding of and appreciation for discipleship and the developmental needs of students.
Ability to work effectively with a variety of learning styles.
Experience in curriculum development is preferable.
Experience in the use of technology for instruction is preferable.
Teaching certification in the related subject area or grade level.
Must possess a positive attitude and work well with others.
Ability to exercise discretion and utmost professionalism in confidential & sensitive student/family matters.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbal and written.
Demonstrate flexibility in response to changing conditions.

Teaching Licenses:

Communication Arts and Literature| Elementary Education| Other - All

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 3:

Secondary Math Teacher - International School of the Caucasus

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

International

Full-Time

Position Description:

Believer - Adventurer - Teacher - Leader - You?

ISC is looking for a secondary math teacher who is able to teach math courses for grades 7-12, from pre-algebra through high school pre-calculus. The language of instruction is English and course content is based on American curriculum. A minimum of a BA in Math or Math education is required. A trained teacher with 1-2 years of experience is preferred. This is a full-time position with 3-4 courses and teaching hours 9:00-3:30 daily, including several planning periods. Teachers are also required to attend a weekly staff meeting and occasional school special events. Come teach where East meets West! Position start date: August 2022.

Teaching Licenses:

Mathematics| Mathematics: Middle Level (Endorsement)

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

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Position 4:

Art Teacher - Ever Global

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

International

Full-Time

Position Description:

Ever Global Network (EGN) is a Christian international day-school serving approximately 100 students from Pre-K through Grade 12. The school is fully accredited with both the Ministry of Education and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). We have international staff and use North American curriculum and standards.

EGN seeks professionals who:

Are committed to the Lordship of Christ in their life
Believe that they are called to serve the body of Christ as a teacher
Are active participants in their Christian evangelical church
Hold at minimum a Bachelor’s degree
Have at least one year experience
Are enthusiastic to be involved in activities, such as leading extra curricular activities
Possess the interpersonal skills and dispositions to work cooperatively and collaboratively with colleagues as team players
Are committed to lifelong learning
Speak and write English fluently and communicate clearly
Have content knowledge that includes a strong sense of the concepts, purposes, and intellectual process associated with the discipline they teach
Provide a nurturing and caring environment for all students
Possess the skills and dispositions necessary to establish a classroom environment that stimulates critical thinking and inquiry
Model respect for individual differences and appreciation of the basic worth of each individual and culture

Teaching Licenses:

Elementary Education| Visual Arts

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

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Position 5:

ESL Teacher - Black Forest Academy

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

International

Full-Time

Position Description:

The core purpose of the ELL/ESL Teacher is to meet the unique academic needs of BFA students who need additional English language learning support, with the goal of enabling them to function independently and successfully in the classroom.

Teaching Licenses:

Elementary Education| English as a Second Language

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Contact Information

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Brown

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