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Grade 3 Teacher (Richmond, CA) - Beautiful Campus, Growing Charter School.

Job Title: Grade 3 Teacher (Richmond, CA) - Beautiful Campus, Growing Charter School.
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: East Bay
Industry:
Start Date: August 2020
Reference: 325858
Contact Name: Caity Doyle
Contact Email: caity.d@scoot.education
Job Published: March 31, 2020 10:00

Job Description

As a Grade 3 Teacher, you would: 
  • Implement effective classroom management.  
  • Create a positive, engaging , achievement-oriented and structured learning environment where students are excited about and invested in their academics.  
  • Set and reinforce clear expectations and routines that are aligned with the school's overall vision.  
  • Discuss, teach, and reinforce core values: Students First, Be Adaptable, Perseverance, Take Responsibility, and Commitment to Distinction.
At this school, you’d enjoy: 
  • Individualized professional development and training 
  • Ongoing support as you develop teaching skills 
  • Career advancement opportunities through an innovative Career Path System
  • A competitive salary
  • Benefits: 100% contributions on health coverage, full dental, and vision
  • 401k enrollment with company matching
You should have: 
  • BA from a competitive college or university
  • Two years of teaching experience with a record of high student achievement (preferred, but not required)
  • Willingness to seek certification if not already certified with a Multiple Subject Credential
Apply now: 
Email resume to sf@scoot.education for confidential consideration.

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