Education America Network Jobs RSS Feed http://www.educationamerica.net Education America Network RSS Feed en-us Teaching Assistant at Chrysalis Academy, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2341304 Teaching Assistant (K - Grade 12)All employment opportunities are provided without regard to race, religion, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical... http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2341304 High School Math Teacher at Superior Unified School District, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2293133 Superior Unified School District is looking for qualified candidates to become part of the Panther Team 2017-18 Applicants must obtain a valid AZ Teaching Certificate and AZ IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card Applications available Here or contact Bertha Montaño @ 520-689-3001 for more information.Start date July 26, 2017 We offer a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with comparisons of similar districts SUSD's three schools maintain small class sizes and rigorous, challenging curriculum for a student population of 350 The Town of Superior is located in Pinal County in Southeastern Arizona with approximately 3,000 residents who enjoy the benefits of a small town with close proximity to the Phoenix area and the recreational opportunities of the Tonto National Forest http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2293133 First Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253059 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) First Grade Teacher LOCATION: Smoketree Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253059 Fifth Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253043 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Fifth Grade Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Havasupai Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253043 6th Grade Elementary Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253046 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 6th Grade Elementary Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Jamaica Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253046 District School Psychologist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253039 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) District School Psychologist GCA-R(18) LOCATION: District Office REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : Directly responsible to the Building Principal assigned and Director of Special Services. SUPERVISES : None QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Certificate and Psychologist Endorsement.Physical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To provide psycho-educational services to assigned schools. REFERRAL/EVALUATION Responsible to participate in multi disciplinary referral staffing. Responsible to act upon recommendations of the referral committee, (i.esuggest alternative classroom management and/or Psycho-educational evaluation.) Responsible to prepare written reports and present the results of the psycho-educational evaluation to the referral committee and parents. Responsible to determine appropriate placement with the multi disciplinary team and contribute to the development of the I.E.P. Responsible to appraise parents of all rights including due process under state and federal rules and regulations. Responsible to follow-up to make sure that the recommendations were appropriate and used, and make adjustments as needed. Responsible to conduct required re-evaluations on a timely basis. CONSULTATION Perform consultation services to provide information regarding learning style, classroom management, and behavior modification to enhance student achievement Responsible to provide for research and the development of inservice training as necessary. Responsible for providing confidential information to the teacher/principal when deemed to be in the student's best interest. Contribute positively to the morale level of assigned schools. Provide consultation services to parents as necessary. DISTRICT TESTING Responsible for inservice, supervision of administration, analysis of results and parent conferences associated with the Yellow Brick Road Kindergarten Screening device, as appropriate. Responsible to assist in the administration of State mandated achievement tests for special education students. Responsible to assist in Child Find Preschool testing activities with service vendor, as appropriate. Responsible to conduct private school evaluation when requested by Arizona Department of Education or Coordinator of Special Services. GIFTED PROGRAM As a member of the school screening committee, the psychologist is responsible for interpreting the available data. Responsible to conduct Gifted evaluations as recommended by the School Screening CommitteeThis includes Intellectual Testing, and may also include Achievement Testing. Responsible for presenting the results of the Gifted evaluation to the Central Placement Committee and making recommendations regarding placement. Responsible to interpret the results of the Gifted evaluation for the placement recommendations. COUNSELING Responsible for individual or group short-term counseling. Responsible to make recommendations regarding outside counseling sources. Responsible to counsel parents as to how to most effectively deal with their child's specific behavioral and emotional needs. LIAISON Responsible to act as liaison person between any and all groups effecting the students while fulfilling a child advocacy role. Exchange confidential information with professionals within the community in order to more effectively meet the needs of students. RECORD KEEPING Responsible for collection and maintenance of all special education files, including Gifted, according to Arizona Revised Statues and Federal regulations Responsible for documenting parent contact, counseling sessions and classroom interventions. Responsible to analyze the district-wide results of the Yellow Brick Road Kindergarten Screening and distribute a report to the District Governing Board and appropriate personnel. Responsible to assemble information required by Arizona Department of Education auditors and carry out required activities to insure compliance. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Responsible for developing curriculum modifications for Special Education and regular classroom students on an individual basis. Responsible to provide input to Curriculum Committees as to selection of materials and their impact on Special Education. Responsible to participate in vocational planning for Special Education students. OTHER o Responsible for performing other job related duties as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools or the Director of Special Services.DAYS: 201START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253039 Speech Therapist GCA-R(12) at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253038 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Speech Therapist GCA-R(12) LOCATION: District Office REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The Speech Therapist is directly responsible to the Building Principal and Special Services Director SUPERVISES : The Speech Therapist will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Certification, eligible for Arizona Department of Health full or limited Speech licensurePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a specialist in communicative disorders. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONo DIAGNOSISExamine and plan remedial services to students with speech and language disorders.o REMEDIATIONProvide remedial services for speech disorders such as stuttering, voice disorders, and articulation, and speech problems associated with impairments.o LESSON PLANSMaintain a plan book of daily instruction based on IEP=S, and emergency plans in the event of illness.o OBJECTIVESEstablish and communicate to students and parents well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities.o INSTRUCTIONInstruct speech handicapped students in the development of desirable speech habits..o CONSULATIONCounsel teachers, parents, and students concerning support techniques to help social and psychological adjustment associated with speech disorders.o COMPLIANCEDevelop IEP=s and maintain all records required for compliance with PL 94-142. STAFF PERSONNELo MEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programs.o COMMITTEESServe on committees as requested.o SCHOOL ACTIVITIESBe responsible for discharging instructional and non- instructional school-related activities, as assigned.o SUPERVISION/EVALUATIONSupervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned teacher aides, therapists, student teachers, and/or volunteers.o TEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNELo EVALUATIONEvaluate and provide individual student progress on a regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify program recommendations. HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior and situations to appropriate specialists. DISCIPLINEBe responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISIONBe responsible for the supervision of students assigned. o OPERATIONS POLICIES AND REGULATIONS Know board policies and regulations INJURY/ILLNESSReport to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. TEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCEA-R. BOOKS/SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as required. PHYSICAL PLANTAdvise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIESRemain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc. school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assigned and remain on duty through time prescribed (see Policy GCJ). o FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Responsible for submitting and justifying budget recommendations to building principal or designee.o SCHOOL/COMMUNITY PARENT CONFERENCESMeet with parents as required, to advise them concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATIONInterpret school policies and programs to students and parents.o OTHER Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the building principal.DAYS: 187START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253038 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253064 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253064 7th & 8th Grade Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253071 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 7th & 8th Grade Math Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253071 Secondary Special Education Teacher English at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253074 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Special Education Teacher English GCA-R(13A) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary or secondary special education teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal. SUPERVISES : The elementary or secondary special education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal Days: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253074 Kindergarten Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253062 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Kindergarten Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Starline Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253062 Fourth Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253060 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Fourth Grade Teacher LOCATION: Starline Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253060 Secondary Biology Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253072 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Biology Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal Days: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253072 3rd Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253054 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 3rd Grade Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Nautilus Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253054 Fifth Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253058 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Fifth Grade Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Smoketree Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253058 8th Grade Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253068 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 8th Grade Math Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: 08/02/2016 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253068 7th Grade Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253067 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 7th Grade Math Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253067 8th Grade Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253065 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 8th Grade Math Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253065 Secondary Social Studies Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253073 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Social Studies Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal Days: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253073 District School Psychologist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253037 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) District School Psychologist GCA-R(18) LOCATION: District Office REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : Directly responsible to the Building Principal assigned and Director of Special Services. SUPERVISES : None QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Certificate and Psychologist Endorsement.Physical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To provide psycho-educational services to assigned schools. REFERRAL/EVALUATION Responsible to participate in multi disciplinary referral staffing. Responsible to act upon recommendations of the referral committee, (i.esuggest alternative classroom management and/or Psycho-educational evaluation.) Responsible to prepare written reports and present the results of the psycho-educational evaluation to the referral committee and parents. Responsible to determine appropriate placement with the multi disciplinary team and contribute to the development of the I.E.P. Responsible to appraise parents of all rights including due process under state and federal rules and regulations. Responsible to follow-up to make sure that the recommendations were appropriate and used, and make adjustments as needed. Responsible to conduct required re-evaluations on a timely basis. CONSULTATION Perform consultation services to provide information regarding learning style, classroom management, and behavior modification to enhance student achievement Responsible to provide for research and the development of inservice training as necessary. Responsible for providing confidential information to the teacher/principal when deemed to be in the student's best interest. Contribute positively to the morale level of assigned schools. Provide consultation services to parents as necessary. DISTRICT TESTING Responsible for inservice, supervision of administration, analysis of results and parent conferences associated with the Yellow Brick Road Kindergarten Screening device, as appropriate. Responsible to assist in the administration of State mandated achievement tests for special education students. Responsible to assist in Child Find Preschool testing activities with service vendor, as appropriate. Responsible to conduct private school evaluation when requested by Arizona Department of Education or Coordinator of Special Services. GIFTED PROGRAM As a member of the school screening committee, the psychologist is responsible for interpreting the available data. Responsible to conduct Gifted evaluations as recommended by the School Screening CommitteeThis includes Intellectual Testing, and may also include Achievement Testing. Responsible for presenting the results of the Gifted evaluation to the Central Placement Committee and making recommendations regarding placement. Responsible to interpret the results of the Gifted evaluation for the placement recommendations. COUNSELING Responsible for individual or group short-term counseling. Responsible to make recommendations regarding outside counseling sources. Responsible to counsel parents as to how to most effectively deal with their child's specific behavioral and emotional needs. LIAISON Responsible to act as liaison person between any and all groups effecting the students while fulfilling a child advocacy role. Exchange confidential information with professionals within the community in order to more effectively meet the needs of students. RECORD KEEPING Responsible for collection and maintenance of all special education files, including Gifted, according to Arizona Revised Statues and Federal regulations Responsible for documenting parent contact, counseling sessions and classroom interventions. Responsible to analyze the district-wide results of the Yellow Brick Road Kindergarten Screening and distribute a report to the District Governing Board and appropriate personnel. Responsible to assemble information required by Arizona Department of Education auditors and carry out required activities to insure compliance. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Responsible for developing curriculum modifications for Special Education and regular classroom students on an individual basis. Responsible to provide input to Curriculum Committees as to selection of materials and their impact on Special Education. Responsible to participate in vocational planning for Special Education students. OTHER o Responsible for performing other job related duties as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools or the Director of Special Servicesthe Superintendent of Schools.DAYS: 201START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253037 Fifth Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253061 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Fifth Grade Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Starline Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253061 6th Grade Elementary Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253042 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 6th Grade Elementary Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Havasupai Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253042 Secondary Biology Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253085 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Biology Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253085 7th Grade Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253066 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 7th Grade Math Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: 08/01/2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253066 3rd Grade Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253057 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 3rd Grade Teacher GCA-R(13.A) LOCATION: Nautilus Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The elementary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The elementary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal DAYS: 187START DATE: August 1, 2017 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253057 7th Grade English Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253070 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) 7th Grade English Teacher LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher CertificatePhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal Days: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253070 Secondary Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253084 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Math Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: 08/02/2016 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253084 Secondary Biology Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253082 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Biology Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253082 Secondary Special Education Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253081 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Special Education Teacher SDC LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary special education teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal. SUPERVISES : The secondary special education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificateo Highly Qualified in content area Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Plans and implements curriculum and educational programs for children, adolescents, or adults with specific disabilitiesAssesses students' abilities and develops individualized education plans consistent with treatment goalsCoordinates programs for therapeutic purposes; integrates overall developmental goals into the academic setting. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal PHYSICAL DEMAND: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functionsCandidate must be able to perform duties of a rigorous work schedule, which may include assisting in lifting, moving, and positioning studentsAbility to utilize word processor to type computer generated IEPs, enter grades, student progress reports, and take attendance. START DATE: : Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253081 Secondary Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253080 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Secondary Math Teacher GCA-R(13.C) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building Principal SUPERVISES : The secondary education teacher will supervise the students assigned to his/her classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate Physical Efforto Repetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software.o May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. FUNCTION: To serve as a teacher in assigned area MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION : CURRICULUM: Know and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school. LESSON PLANS: Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness. OBJECTIVES: Establish and communicate to students well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities. INSTRUCTION: Be responsible for an instructional program and the utilization of teaching methods which consider the individual needs, interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the students. STAFF PERSONNEL MEETINGS: Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs COMMITTEES: Serve on committees as requested. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Be responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities. SUPERVISION, EVALUATION: Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers. TEAM MEMBER: Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment. STUDENT PERSONNEL EVALUATION: Evaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation. HEALTH AND WELFARE : Identify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self. DISCIPLINE: Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan. SUPERVISION: Be responsible for the supervision of students at all times. OPERATION POLICIES, REGULATIONS: Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS: Keep records of pupil attendance. TEACHER ABSENCE: Advise administration in accordance with Policy. BOOKS, SUPPLIES: Account for school and district property, as required PHYSICAL PLANT: Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions. COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES: Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Follow school regulations regarding emergency procedures. ATTENDANCE: Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R). FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONS PARENT CONFERENCES: Meet with parents as required to advise them Concerning student needs and progress. INTERPRETATION: Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHER HEALTH : Responsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees. OTHER DUTIES: Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building PrincipalVOCATIONAL: Responsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachers. Responsible for implementation of strategies which provide for awarding academic credit toward graduation for vocational education classes. Responsible for implementation of Applied Science, Applied Math, Applied Communications curriculums within Vocational Educational courses. Responsible for implementation of other research supported strategies which show promise in integration of academic and occupational competency attainment for students. Responsible to provide a linkage between the Counselors at Lake Havasu High School and the Lake Havasu Middle School in order to determine strategies for assessment, counseling, and course structure. Responsible to attend at least two days inservice for the purpose of coordination at the State Department within sixty days of receipt of grant monies. DAYS: 187 START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2253080 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!