Education America Network Jobs RSS Feed http://www.educationamerica.net Education America Network RSS Feed en-us Teacher World History/Georgraphy - Saguaro HS at Scottsdale USD 48, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2386992 Meet professional teacher education requirements of school, district and stateHigh energy levelParticipate in department and school meetings, parent... http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2386992 Teacher Spanish - Chaparral HS at Scottsdale USD 48, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2386969 Meet professional teacher education requirements of school, district and stateMust be appropriatly certified to teach in high school with an approved subject... http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2386969 English Teacher at Brightmont Academy, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2361791 What's your ideal classroom? One student per class with curriculum customized to meet students' learning needs while implementing states standards; every class, every timeStrong focus on building student relationships and making learning funThe ability to create a work-life balance with a flexible schedule As a Brightmont Teacher, you will have the opportunity to make a difference for students, collaborate with other exceptional educators, and work in a purposeful and rewarding academic environmentDo you have what it takes? Can you commit to a schedule of 3 - 6 hours daily between times of 8 am and 6 pm? Can you commit to teaching Monday through Friday? Do you hold a Bachelor's Degree or a teaching certification? Do you possess a dynamic, high-energy, student-centric, effective teaching style? Do you connect with students by building a learning relationship through students' interests? Are you an effective manager of timely progress reports, meeting course objectives, and collaborating with others to promote students' success? Have you demonstrated experienced with Google, Chrome, and Differentiating Instructional Methods? Do you maintain compliance with state laws and can you pass pre-employment background checks?What is Brightmont Academy?Brightmont Academy is an accredited private school offering one-to-one instruction for middle and high school studentsFounded in 1999, based on Academic Integrity, we now have 11 campuses in the states of Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, and Washington and we are still growing! All programs are customized to meet accreditations and make learning meaningfulWe understand the power of being valued is essential to student successBrightmont Academy offers the ultimate learning atmosphere where students believe in their potential and gain the self-confidence necessary to support lifelong learning and achievementAt Brightmont, we also understand our teachers are essential to our missionOur valued teachers are dynamic academic leaders who continue to teach with Brightmont for our outstanding environment and the unique opportunity to teach the way students are meant to learn Come join us!Brightmont Academy is committed to Equal Opportunity and Reasonable Accommodation. http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2361791 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 Campus Director Phoenix, AZ at Brightmont Academy, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2359358 Campus Director Phoenix, AZAre you looking for a rewarding career in educational leadership? Brightmont Academy may be the place for youWe are searching for an established, high-energetic, self-starting entrepreneur to manage one of our highly respected accredited private academies in the Phoenix-Deer Valley areaThe Campus and Enrollment Director successfully recruits new students, upholds campus academic integrity, leads an outstanding teaching team, and services as an ambassador of the Brightmont Academy accredited services and missionEnrollment Responsibilities: Promote student enrollment by developing and cultivate long-term partnerships with local parent groups, health professionals, family and athletic organizations, educators and other business professionals Create, coordinate and promote campus activities that generate engagement for existing students, as well for prospective families and inquiring professional partnerships Positively and effectively manage strategies for student growth and retention Provide and design student solutions that result in school of choice decisions and promotes full-time enrollmentsCampus Responsibilities: Provide a professional, productive and positive campus environment with a primary focus on academic outcomes and positive student experience Recruit and lead enthusiastic, professional, competent teachers who uphold Brightmont's academic integrity, capture students' learning interest, and contribute in a meaningful way Lead expectations and manage collaboration between administration and teachers that supports continual improvement, sets expectations using measured data, and rewards exceptional performance in ways that encourages retention Create pathways to improve students learning opportunities through consistent collaboration with teachers and parents including measured data of students' academic planBusiness Responsibilities: Manage day to day campus operations including staff, students, families, campus activities and timely reporting to corporate office Provide exemplary communication skills, written and oral, both within the school and with all stakeholders Meet revenue targets, staff margins, and accurate timely reporting Maintain campus scheduling that promotes student success and teacher job satisfactionQualifications: Experience working successfully with customers, families, and confidential information to craft solutions that focus on students' goals and learning needs Demonstrated accountability for achieving assigned goals and deadlines Driven to serve students by their individual needs and learning styles with the belief that all students deserve academic pathways to reaching full potential Self-starter with demonstrated problem-solving approach that includes appropriate communication, decision-making, and follow-up skills to resolve conflict for a win-win solution Managerial experience in growth of a business, cultivating an inviting environment, and people management skills Additional Requirements: Bachelor's Degree (Master's preferred) Educational Sales and/or Outreach experience: 3 years Teaching, training, or coaching leadership, preferred in the educational industry: 3 years Business manager and demonstration of business performance: 3 yearsPlease apply via the Apply Now button http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2359358 Assistant Principal at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354983 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Assistant Principal - High School CD-R(4) LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO The Assistant principal shall be directly responsible to the principal of the high school.SUPERVISES The assistant principal shall assist the principal in the supervision of all personnel assigned to the school and his/her area of administration and supervision. QUALIFICATIONS: Appropriate Administrator's Certificate as required by the State of Arizona.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 assist the principal as the instructional and administrative leader of the high school.To assist the principal in the direction of the instructional program, discipline program, operation of the school plant, and coordination of staff and pupil activities. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: Responsible for the decisive leadership in the improvement of the total educational program within the school community.Responsible for visiting classrooms, conferring with teachers, giving leadership in curriculum improvement, and assisting the selection and use of instructional materials.Responsible for assisting cooperatively in the implementation of the total school curriculum.Responsible for evaluating instructional techniques of the teaching staff.Responsible for assisting in the school co-curricular programs and all activities and programs that are outgrowths of the school curriculum.STAFF PERSONNEL Responsible for assisting planning programs, schedules, and assignment of staff duties.Responsible for assisting in the major responsibilities of screening, hiring, assigning, evaluating, and dismissing the school staff.Responsible for providing cooperative assistance in fostering interpersonal relationships within the school.Responsible for supervising and coordinating activities of food service, attendance office, bookstore and nurse's office.Responsible for supervising the staff that produces student pictures, yearbook, and newspaper.PUPIL PERSONNEL Responsible for implementing Board policies and administrative regulations that provide educational conditions under which student and teacher may work to their best advantage.Responsible for implementing established guidelines for student conduct.Responsible for monitoring student academic progress.Responsible for recording and maintaining accurate student records as required by federal, state, and local statutes, and Governing Board policies.Responsible for coordinating athletic, non-athletic, co-curricular, and extracurricular transportation needs.Responsible for coordinating the weekly calendar and disseminating information to students and staff.Responsible to organize, implement and oversee a fair, consistent system of student discipline.FINANCE AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Responsible for recording and maintaining accurate records as required by federal, state, and local statutes and Governing Board policies.Responsible for assisting the school's total needs in planning the budget, requisitioning equipment and supplies within the funds allocated.Responsible for assisting the principal in the control, supervision, and approval of all student activity budgets and fund expenditures.Responsible for assisting in the supervision of financial record keeping of the bookstore, student and other ancillary accounts.SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT Responsible for supervision of the maintenance of the school buildings, grounds, and equipment.SCHOOL COMMUNITY RELATIONS Responsible for recognizing accomplishments and achievements of students and staff.Responsible for maintaining cooperative liaison with the middle and elementary schools within the school district.Responsible for interpretation of the school's program to the community and enlisting the participation of the community in school activities.Responsible for working actively with P.A.C., Athletic Boosters, Band Boosters and other community groups dedicated to the overall improvement of the educational system.PROFESSIONAL GROWTH Responsible to keep abreast of changes and developments in the profession by attending professional meetings, District Staff Development programs, reading professional journals and other publications, and discussing problems of mutual interest with others in the field.Responsible for own professional growth and development through membership and participation in the affairs of professional organizations, through attendance at regional, state and national meetings, through enrollment and participation in advanced courses.SUPPORTING SERVICES Responsible for assisting in the implementation of support services to meet the needs of students and staff.Responsible for assisting cooperatively with school district functions, programs, and committees.Responsible to assist in seeking and maintaining accreditation of the school by the North Central Association.Responsible to assure conformity of the school to all Arizona Interscholastic Association Rules and Regulations.Responsible to work with government and other agencies that have children as their major concern. ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM Responsible to assist in the development, implementation, and interpretation of policies, regulation and procedures.Responsible for participating in the decision-making process, in addition to supporting and implementing decisions and directives of the Superintendent of Schools. DAYS: 261START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354983 Secondary Math Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354991 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 PrincipalSUPERVISES 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 INSTRUCTIONCURRICULUMKnow and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school.LESSON PLANSMaintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness.OBJECTIVESEstablish 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 PERSONNELMEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEESServe on committees as requested.SCHOOL ACTIVITIESBe responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities.SUPERVISION, EVALUATIONSupervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers.TEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment.STUDENT PERSONNELEVALUATIONEvaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation.HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self.DISCIPLINEBe responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan.SUPERVISIONBe responsible for the supervision of students at all times.OPERATIONSPOLICIES, REGULATIONSKnow and observe Board policies and regulations.PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESSKeep records of pupil attendance.TEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as requiredPHYSICAL 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 PROCEDURESFollow school regulations regarding emergency procedures.ATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R).FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENTRECOMMENDATIONSResponsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee.SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONSPARENT CONFERENCESMeet with parents as required to advise them concerning student needs and progress.INTERPRETATIONInterpret school policies and programs to students and parents.OTHERHEALTHResponsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees.OTHER DUTIESResponsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal.VOCATIONALResponsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachersResponsible 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. http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354991 District School Psychologist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354993 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 : The Occupational Therapist is directly responsible to the building principal SUPERVISES : The Occupational Therapist will supervise the students assigned to his/her Caseload and assistants that may be assigned to help facilitate therapy. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Arizona Drivers LicenseCertification by National Registration ExamValid license from the state of Arizona to practice Occupational TherapyCPR/First Aid Certification to work with studentPhysical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: 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 achievementResponsible 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 regulationsResponsible 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 studentsOTHER 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=2354993 Secondary Special Education Teacher SDC at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354989 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 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 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 INSTRUCTIONCURRICULUMKnow and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school.LESSON PLANSMaintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness.OBJECTIVESEstablish 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 PERSONNELMEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEESServe on committees as requested.SCHOOL ACTIVITIESBe responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities.SUPERVISION, EVALUATIONSupervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers.TEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment.STUDENT PERSONNELEVALUATIONEvaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation.HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self.DISCIPLINEBe responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan.SUPERVISIONBe responsible for the supervision of students at all times.OPERATIONSPOLICIES, REGULATIONSKnow and observe Board policies and regulations.PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESSKeep records of pupil attendance.TEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as requiredPHYSICAL 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 PROCEDURESFollow school regulations regarding emergency procedures.ATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R).FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENTRECOMMENDATIONSResponsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee.SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONSPARENT CONFERENCESMeet with parents as required to advise them concerning student needs and progress.INTERPRETATIONInterpret school policies and programs to students and parents.OTHERHEALTHResponsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees.OTHER DUTIESResponsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal.VOCATIONALResponsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachersResponsible 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. http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354989 Occupational Therapist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354985 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Occupational Therapist GCA-R(63) LOCATION: District Office REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The Occupational Therapist is directly responsible to the building principal SUPERVISES : The Occupational Therapist will supervise the students assigned to his/her Caseload and assistants that may be assigned to help facilitate therapy. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Arizona Drivers LicenseCertification by National Registration ExamValid license from the state of Arizona to practice Occupational TherapyCPR/First Aid Certification to work with studentPhysical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Implementation to meet the IEP goals; Program planning and management.Provide training to the appropriate persons to carry over therapy goals in the school setting.Equipment/room maintenanceConduct screenings, evaluations, and reassessments to help develop IEP.Schedule students for evaluation and treatment.Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Special Services Director.Ability to clearly write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals, ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of case managers, District employees, parents, and the general public.SUMMARY: Evaluate students to determine their functional levels and identify specials needsPlan and implement therapeutic activities to assist special education students to benefit from their educational experiencesEnsures all paperwork is completed in a timely manner to be in compliance and maintain funding.PROGRAM SERVICESProgram services include the following: self help, functional mobility, environmental adaptations/adaptive equipment, positioning, motor functions, sensory processing and prevocational/vocational skillsFunction as a team member for MET's, IEP's and maintain contact with school, family, physicians and agenciesAbility to plan and implement lessons based on school objectives and the needs and abilities of the students to whom you are assigned based on Arizona StandardsPossess the ability to speak clear and concise in written and oral communication with students, parents and staff members.TEACHER ABSENCE/INJURY/ILLNESSReport to the school nurse any injury to a student, staff, or self.If there is an illness/injury, advise administration in accordance with policy.Attendance Report to work daily at times assigned, remain on duty through time prescribed.PHYSICAL DEMANDSThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobCandidate must be able to perform duties of a rigorous work schedule, which includes lifting, moving, and positioning students (up to adult size) in providing occupational therapy services: bend, kneel and stoop on a regular basis; and stand for extended periods of timeReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.STAFF DEVELOPMENTAssist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of inservice programs for District personnel as they pertain to Child Find, Safety in the Work Place and Best Practices related to Occupational Therapy.PROFESSIONAL GROWTHPursue professional growth to provide current and effective therapy to students to allow them to progress and achieve IEP goals.Ensure the code of ethics is a priority in professional and personal conduct.Be involved on federal, state, and local committees as it relates to District business in area of responsibility. http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354985 Secondary Biology Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354988 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 PrincipalSUPERVISES 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 INSTRUCTIONCURRICULUMKnow and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school.LESSON PLANSMaintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness.OBJECTIVESEstablish 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 PERSONNELMEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEESServe on committees as requested.SCHOOL ACTIVITIESBe responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities.SUPERVISION, EVALUATIONSupervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers.TEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment.STUDENT PERSONNELEVALUATIONEvaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation.HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self.DISCIPLINEBe responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan.SUPERVISIONBe responsible for the supervision of students at all times.OPERATIONSPOLICIES, REGULATIONSKnow and observe Board policies and regulations.PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESSKeep records of pupil attendance.TEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as requiredPHYSICAL 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 PROCEDURESFollow school regulations regarding emergency procedures.ATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R).FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENTRECOMMENDATIONSResponsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee.SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONSPARENT CONFERENCESMeet with parents as required to advise them concerning student needs and progress.INTERPRETATIONInterpret school policies and programs to students and parents.OTHERHEALTHResponsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees.OTHER DUTIESResponsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal.VOCATIONALResponsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachersResponsible 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 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354988 District School Psychologist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354986 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 : The Occupational Therapist is directly responsible to the building principal SUPERVISES : The Occupational Therapist will supervise the students assigned to his/her Caseload and assistants that may be assigned to help facilitate therapy. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Arizona Drivers LicenseCertification by National Registration ExamValid license from the state of Arizona to practice Occupational TherapyCPR/First Aid Certification to work with studentPhysical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: 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 achievementResponsible 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 regulationsResponsible 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 studentsOTHER 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=2354986 Occupational Therapist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354984 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Occupational Therapist GCA-R(63) LOCATION: District Office REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : The Occupational Therapist is directly responsible to the building principal SUPERVISES : The Occupational Therapist will supervise the students assigned to his/her Caseload and assistants that may be assigned to help facilitate therapy. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Arizona Drivers LicenseCertification by National Registration ExamValid license from the state of Arizona to practice Occupational TherapyCPR/First Aid Certification to work with studentPhysical EffortRepetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Implementation to meet the IEP goals; Program planning and management.Provide training to the appropriate persons to carry over therapy goals in the school setting.Equipment/room maintenanceConduct screenings, evaluations, and reassessments to help develop IEP.Schedule students for evaluation and treatment.Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Special Services Director.Ability to clearly write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals, ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of case managers, District employees, parents, and the general public.SUMMARY: Evaluate students to determine their functional levels and identify specials needsPlan and implement therapeutic activities to assist special education students to benefit from their educational experiencesEnsures all paperwork is completed in a timely manner to be in compliance and maintain funding.PROGRAM SERVICESProgram services include the following: self help, functional mobility, environmental adaptations/adaptive equipment, positioning, motor functions, sensory processing and prevocational/vocational skillsFunction as a team member for MET's, IEP's and maintain contact with school, family, physicians and agenciesAbility to plan and implement lessons based on school objectives and the needs and abilities of the students to whom you are assigned based on Arizona StandardsPossess the ability to speak clear and concise in written and oral communication with students, parents and staff members.TEACHER ABSENCE/INJURY/ILLNESSReport to the school nurse any injury to a student, staff, or self.If there is an illness/injury, advise administration in accordance with policy.Attendance Report to work daily at times assigned, remain on duty through time prescribed.PHYSICAL DEMANDSThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobCandidate must be able to perform duties of a rigorous work schedule, which includes lifting, moving, and positioning students (up to adult size) in providing occupational therapy services: bend, kneel and stoop on a regular basis; and stand for extended periods of timeReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.STAFF DEVELOPMENTAssist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of inservice programs for District personnel as they pertain to Child Find, Safety in the Work Place and Best Practices related to Occupational Therapy.PROFESSIONAL GROWTHPursue professional growth to provide current and effective therapy to students to allow them to progress and achieve IEP goals.Ensure the code of ethics is a priority in professional and personal conduct.Be involved on federal, state, and local committees as it relates to District business in area of responsibility. DAYS: 187 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354984 English Teacher 9-12 at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354990 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) English Teacher 9-12 LOCATION: Lake Havasu High School REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO The secondary teacher is directly responsible to the Building PrincipalSUPERVISES 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 INSTRUCTIONCURRICULUMKnow and be guided by the curriculum guides of the district and the school.LESSON PLANSMaintain a plan book of daily instruction based on district curriculum guides, and emergency plans in the event of illness.OBJECTIVESEstablish 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 PERSONNELMEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEESServe on committees as requested.SCHOOL ACTIVITIESBe responsible for discharging instructional and non-instructional school-related activities.SUPERVISION, EVALUATIONSupervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned educational assistants and/or student teachers.TEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment.STUDENT PERSONNELEVALUATIONEvaluate and provide individual student progress on regular basis and keep requisite recordsJustify promotions, retentions, and special program recommendation.HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self.DISCIPLINEBe responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan.SUPERVISIONBe responsible for the supervision of students at all times.OPERATIONSPOLICIES, REGULATIONSKnow and observe Board policies and regulations.PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESSKeep records of pupil attendance.TEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as requiredPHYSICAL 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 PROCEDURESFollow school regulations regarding emergency procedures.ATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assigned and remain on thru time prescribed(see policy GCC, GCCA-R).FINANCE/BUSINESS MANAGEMENTRECOMMENDATIONSResponsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee.SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONSPARENT CONFERENCESMeet with parents as required to advise them concerning student needs and progress.INTERPRETATIONInterpret school policies and programs to students and parents.OTHERHEALTHResponsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employees.OTHER DUTIESResponsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the Building Principal.VOCATIONALResponsible for developing and coordinating team teaching strategies between academic and vocational teachersResponsible 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. http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354990 Certified Elementary Instructional Interventionist at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354987 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s)Certified Elementary Instructional Interventionist LOCATION: Oro Grande Elementary REPORTS TO/SUPERVISES: REPORTS TO : Building Administrator QUALIFICATIONS: Valid appropriate Arizona Teacher Certificate: Reading Endorsement or Math Endorsement or NCBTMaster's Degree in Education preferred Elementary Education, Reading Education, Math Education, Childhood Education preferredFive years successful experience as a classroom teacherEvidence of comprehensive knowledge of current instructional trends and the methodologiesPhysical EffortRepetitive motion and possible eye fatigue through extensive utilization of computer hardware and softwareMay require lifting materials ans supplies weighing up to 25 pounds.FUNCTION: Provides differentiated instruction for diverse studentsAssist teachers in the interpretation and analyzing of diagnostic assessments as they relate to interventions neededAssume reasonable and equitable job-related duties as assigned MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: Ability to apply research on effective practicesKnowledge of how to target student-specific interventionsAbility to use assessment data to monitor learning and guide instructionEffective oral and written communicationAbility to use educational technologyEffective public relations skills necessary to implement new programsSTAFF PERSONNEL:MEETINGSAttend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEESServe on committees as requestedTEAM MEMBERBe responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperatvie building environmentSTUDENT PERSONNEL:HEALTH AND WELFAREIdentify and refer unusual student behavior to appropriate specialists; report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or selfOPERATIONS:POLICIES, REGULATIONSKnow and observe board policies and regulationsTEACHER ABSENCEAdvise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIESAccount for school and district property, as requiredEMERGENCY PROCEDURESFollow school regulations regarding emergency proceduresATTENDANCEReport to work daily at times assgined and remain on thru time prescribed (see Policy GCC, GCCA-R)OTHER:HEALTHResponsible for performing those duties which protect the health and safety of students and employeesDAYS: 187 http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354987 Middle School Special Education Teacher at Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, AZ http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354992 Lake Havas Unified School District #1 is accepting applications for the following position(s) Middle School Special Education Teacher GCA-R(13A) LOCATION: Thunderbolt Middle 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 PERSONNELMEETINGS Attend staff meetings and district in-service programsCOMMITTEES 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 PERSONNELEVALUATION 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.OPERATIONSPOLICIES, REGULATIONS Know and observe Board policies and regulations. PUPIL ATTENDANCE, TARDINESS Keep records of pupil attendance.TEACHER ABSENCE Advise administration in accordance with Policy GCC, GCCA-RBOOKS, SUPPLIES Account for school and district property, as requiredPHYSICAL 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 MANAGEMENTRECOMMENDATIONS Responsible for submitting and justifying recommendations to Building Principal or designee. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RELATIONSPARENT CONFERENCES Meet with parents as required to advise them concerning student needs and progress.INTERPRETATION Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents. OTHERHEALTH 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.DAYS: 187START DATE: Immediately http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2354992 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!