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Sep 18, 2018
Summary/Objective Landmark Academy must provide an excellent education to all of our students consistent with the mission, vision, and goals of the Academy and with the core values of Summit Management Consulting. Your primary goal is to ensure that each of your students is learning subject matter identified in the State standards and the Landmark Academy curriculum.   Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Consistently plan and deliver lessons that are varied, interesting, engaging and enjoyable for your students. Facilitate learning by creating lesson plans in harmony with students learning styles. Assign homework only in accordance with Landmark’s homework philosophy and in alignment with Professional Learning Community (PLC) team guidelines. Offer assignments and assessments in accordance with four-period learning, providing frequent and timely feedback to your students. Consistently review and analyze student performance data to develop plans to meet the needs of all students (refer to the 4 essential PLC questions on the intranet). Maintain timely, complete and accurate student records (i.e. Skyward). Assist in the development of curriculum that is aligned to the State standards, referring to these approved guidelines as often as necessary ass you design and execute daily plans for teaching your students. Assist in the development and implementation of any educational plans such as IEP’s, 504 plans and behavior plans. Ensure that your classroom is conducive to learning – on that is safe and nurturing for all students. Provide consistency and balance for your students. Ensure that parents are frequently advised as to their child’s performance and progress. Communicated via all means available and necessary including voice mail, email, Skyward, face-to-face conferences, written correspondence or other means. Frequent communication will assist parents in playing a key role in their child’s education. This will prevent surprises with progress reports and report card results. Provide parents with encouraging news as well as items of concern. Return parent e-mail and voice mail messages within 24 hours. Conduct research, attend conferences, meetings, and pursue continuing education to ensure you are serving to model being a life-long learner and to ensure you are providing effective instruction. Keeping your teaching certification up to date is your professional responsibility. Teach and model elements of Landmark Academy’s approved character education program (7 Habits). Ensure students have a healthy self-respect and a respect for others. Use teachable moments to reinforce desirable character traits. Ensure that students follow Landmark’s rules and policies, using balance of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support along with disciplinary procedures. Perform other duties and tasks as directed by School Administration.   General Expectations You are directly accountable to the Administrator.  As a member of the Landmark team you are also expected to communicate and coordinate with the school office personnel and collaborate with your fellow teachers.  As a Landmark employee you will be expected to: Conduct yourself in a professional manner – demonstrating competence in your area of responsibilities and extending respect and courtesy to coworkers. This position is one that demands an exceptional attendance routine, including consistently arriving early to set the tone for the day along with staying after to plan or support students. Adhere to all Landmark employee policies as well as expectation as outlined in the handbooks located on the intranet. We will supply a hard copy to you upon request. Conduct yourself in accordance with the mission, vision, and goals of Landmark Academy, as well as the core values of Summit Management. This will foster mutually beneficial relationships and promote a spirit of excellence in our endeavors.   Evaluation All employees are evaluated based on the performance of their primary responsibilities and their adherence to the general expectations outlined in the job descriptions.  It is also expected that each employee do their part to maintain a spirit of team unity and cooperation.  Each employee can expect to be observed and provided with immediate feedback frequently throughout the school-year with a year-end evaluation   Supervisory Responsibilities There are no supervisory responsibilities with this position.   Competencies Leadership Time management Positive communication skills; able to relate to students, parents, and staff Behavior modification skills Classroom management Word, Excel, Power point, Email skills Positive reinforcement skills Punctuality, exemplary attendance Knowledge of and ability to follow federal and state safety regulations Ability to work as a team Understanding and ability to incorporate student learning styles Mastery of assigned subject of instruction   Work Environment This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.   Required Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree required and Michigan Teaching Certification in the assigned area as well as pre-service experience, as required for certification.
Landmark Academy Kimball, MI, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Summary/Objective Landmark Academy must provide an excellent education to all of our students consistent with the mission, vision, and goals of the Academy and with the core values of Summit Management Consulting. Your primary goal is to ensure that each of your students is learning subject matter identified in the State standards and the Landmark Academy curriculum.   Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Consistently plan and deliver lessons that are varied, interesting, engaging and enjoyable for your students. Facilitate learning by creating lesson plans in harmony with students learning styles. Assign homework only in accordance with Landmark’s homework philosophy and in alignment with Professional Learning Community (PLC) team guidelines. Offer assignments and assessments in accordance with four-period learning, providing frequent and timely feedback to your students. Consistently review and analyze student performance data to develop plans to meet the needs of all students (refer to the 4 essential PLC questions on the intranet). Maintain timely, complete and accurate student records (i.e. Skyward). Assist in the development of curriculum that is aligned to the State standards, referring to these approved guidelines as often as necessary ass you design and execute daily plans for teaching your students. Assist in the development and implementation of any educational plans such as IEP’s, 504 plans and behavior plans. Ensure that your classroom is conducive to learning – on that is safe and nurturing for all students. Provide consistency and balance for your students. Ensure that parents are frequently advised as to their child’s performance and progress. Communicated via all means available and necessary including voice mail, email, Skyward, face-to-face conferences, written correspondence or other means. Frequent communication will assist parents in playing a key role in their child’s education. This will prevent surprises with progress reports and report card results. Provide parents with encouraging news as well as items of concern. Return parent e-mail and voice mail messages within 24 hours. Conduct research, attend conferences, meetings, and pursue continuing education to ensure you are serving to model being a life-long learner and to ensure you are providing effective instruction. Keeping your teaching certification up to date is your professional responsibility. Teach and model elements of Landmark Academy’s approved character education program (7 Habits). Ensure students have a healthy self-respect and a respect for others. Use teachable moments to reinforce desirable character traits. Ensure that students follow Landmark’s rules and policies, using balance of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support along with disciplinary procedures. Perform other duties and tasks as directed by School Administration.   General Expectations You are directly accountable to the Administrator.  As a member of the Landmark team you are also expected to communicate and coordinate with the school office personnel and collaborate with your fellow teachers.  As a Landmark employee you will be expected to: Conduct yourself in a professional manner – demonstrating competence in your area of responsibilities and extending respect and courtesy to coworkers. This position is one that demands an exceptional attendance routine, including consistently arriving early to set the tone for the day along with staying after to plan or support students. Adhere to all Landmark employee policies as well as expectation as outlined in the handbooks located on the intranet. We will supply a hard copy to you upon request. Conduct yourself in accordance with the mission, vision, and goals of Landmark Academy, as well as the core values of Summit Management. This will foster mutually beneficial relationships and promote a spirit of excellence in our endeavors.   Evaluation All employees are evaluated based on the performance of their primary responsibilities and their adherence to the general expectations outlined in the job descriptions.  It is also expected that each employee do their part to maintain a spirit of team unity and cooperation.  Each employee can expect to be observed and provided with immediate feedback frequently throughout the school-year with a year-end evaluation   Supervisory Responsibilities There are no supervisory responsibilities with this position.   Competencies Leadership Time management Positive communication skills; able to relate to students, parents, and staff Behavior modification skills Classroom management Word, Excel, Power point, Email skills Positive reinforcement skills Punctuality, exemplary attendance Knowledge of and ability to follow federal and state safety regulations Ability to work as a team Understanding and ability to incorporate student learning styles Mastery of assigned subject of instruction   Work Environment This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.   Required Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree required and Michigan Teaching Certification in the assigned area as well as pre-service experience, as required for certification.
Landmark Academy Landmark Academy, Lapeer Road, Kimball, MI, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Summary/Objective Landmark Academy must provide an excellent education to all of our students consistent with the mission, vision, and goals of the Academy and with the core values of Summit Management Consulting. Your primary goal is to ensure that each of your students is learning subject matter identified in the State standards and the Landmark Academy curriculum.   Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Consistently plan and deliver lessons that are varied, interesting, engaging and enjoyable for your students. Facilitate learning by creating lesson plans in harmony with students learning styles. Assign homework only in accordance with Landmark’s homework philosophy and in alignment with Professional Learning Community (PLC) team guidelines. Offer assignments and assessments in accordance with four-period learning, providing frequent and timely feedback to your students. Consistently review and analyze student performance data to develop plans to meet the needs of all students (refer to the 4 essential PLC questions on the intranet). Maintain timely, complete and accurate student records (i.e. Skyward). Assist in the development of curriculum that is aligned to the State standards, referring to these approved guidelines as often as necessary ass you design and execute daily plans for teaching your students. Assist in the development and implementation of any educational plans such as IEP’s, 504 plans and behavior plans. Ensure that your classroom is conducive to learning – on that is safe and nurturing for all students. Provide consistency and balance for your students. Ensure that parents are frequently advised as to their child’s performance and progress. Communicated via all means available and necessary including voice mail, email, Skyward, face-to-face conferences, written correspondence or other means. Frequent communication will assist parents in playing a key role in their child’s education. This will prevent surprises with progress reports and report card results. Provide parents with encouraging news as well as items of concern. Return parent e-mail and voice mail messages within 24 hours. Conduct research, attend conferences, meetings, and pursue continuing education to ensure you are serving to model being a life-long learner and to ensure you are providing effective instruction. Keeping your teaching certification up to date is your professional responsibility. Teach and model elements of Landmark Academy’s approved character education program (7 Habits). Ensure students have a healthy self-respect and a respect for others. Use teachable moments to reinforce desirable character traits. Ensure that students follow Landmark’s rules and policies, using balance of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support along with disciplinary procedures. Perform other duties and tasks as directed by School Administration.   General Expectations You are directly accountable to the Administrator.  As a member of the Landmark team you are also expected to communicate and coordinate with the school office personnel and collaborate with your fellow teachers.  As a Landmark employee you will be expected to: Conduct yourself in a professional manner – demonstrating competence in your area of responsibilities and extending respect and courtesy to coworkers. This position is one that demands an exceptional attendance routine, including consistently arriving early to set the tone for the day along with staying after to plan or support students. Adhere to all Landmark employee policies as well as expectation as outlined in the handbooks located on the intranet. We will supply a hard copy to you upon request. Conduct yourself in accordance with the mission, vision, and goals of Landmark Academy, as well as the core values of Summit Management. This will foster mutually beneficial relationships and promote a spirit of excellence in our endeavors.   Evaluation All employees are evaluated based on the performance of their primary responsibilities and their adherence to the general expectations outlined in the job descriptions.  It is also expected that each employee do their part to maintain a spirit of team unity and cooperation.  Each employee can expect to be observed and provided with immediate feedback frequently throughout the school-year with a year-end evaluation   Supervisory Responsibilities There are no supervisory responsibilities with this position.   Competencies Leadership Time management Positive communication skills; able to relate to students, parents, and staff Behavior modification skills Classroom management Word, Excel, Power point, Email skills Positive reinforcement skills Punctuality, exemplary attendance Knowledge of and ability to follow federal and state safety regulations Ability to work as a team Understanding and ability to incorporate student learning styles Mastery of assigned subject of instruction   Work Environment This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.   Required Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree required and Michigan Teaching Certification in the assigned area as well as pre-service experience, as required for certification.
Landmark Academy Landmark Academy, Lapeer Road, Kimball, MI, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Summary/Objective School social workers assist students with academic learning by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the educational process. Working with parents/guardians, teachers, school principal/principal’s designee, and community based resources, the school social worker implements strategies that promote students’ positive school adjustment.   Essential Functions Counsel individual students and student groups, regarding issues including mental health, poverty, substance abuse, physical abuse, rehabilitation, social adjustment and child care. Interview students individually or with families, assessing their situations, capabilities, and problems to determine what services are required to meet their needs. Serve as a liaison between school and students, homes, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective services, doctors, and other contacts, to help children who face problems such as disabilities, abuse or poverty. Consult with parents, teachers, and other school personnel to determine causes of problems such as truancy and misbehavior, and to implement solutions. Participate as members of the IEP, IAT, PBIS and other school based teams to develop interventions for promoting students’ academic success. Counsel students whose behavior, school progress, or mental/physical impairment indicate a need for assistance, diagnosing students’ academic success. Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline. Demonstrate a relentless drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of school. Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior to ensure that students observe the school’s core values, high expectations, and code of conduct. Implement activities to help students meet academic and social expectations. Provide crisis intervention and behavior management to build students’ ability to meet the school’s high expectations. Knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of physical and mental issues. Understanding of group behavior and dynamics, societal trends and influences, ethnicity and cultures. Other duties as assigned.   Supervisory Responsibilities There are no supervisory responsibilities with this position. Competencies Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong organizational skills Ability to serve as a liaison Multitasking skills Time management Work Environment The work environment is a school office setting and requires sitting, standing, walking bending and kneeling along with using office equipment such as copiers, faxes, phones and filing cabinets. Required Education and Experience Master’s degree in School Social work and LMSW preferred.  Must possess or be eligible to possess a valid State of Michigan Certification as a School Social Worker.  Experience as a school social worker preferred.  Familiar with the basic concepts of positive youth development and experience working in diverse communities.
Landmark Academy Landmark Academy, Lapeer Road, Kimball, MI, USA
Sep 18, 2018
MAPSA is seeking an energetic intern for a small nonprofit located in downtown Lansing to serve as the Events Intern. This position is an essential role within our fast-paced environment and will provide any candidate with hands-on meetings/events planning experience. Make sure to showcase your meeting planning super powers in your cover letter and resume. And let the detailed side of you speak for itself! Send your cover letter and resume to HumanResources@charterschools.org   by September 21, 2018 and tell us why you want to be a part of our team! Internship specs: Unpaid, but will provide documentation outlining experience received, will pay for parking in downtown Lansing Flexible schedule in office and from home to meet your needs and obligations Fall Internship 10-20 hours per week, MacBook Provided (Mac Skills will set you apart!) As MAPSA’s Events Intern, in a typical day you might: Manage registration lists and print name badges for upcoming events Coordinate the collection of key data from speakers and sponsors/exhibitors Assist with event logistics such as ordering supplies, F&B coordination, room layout, etc.Participate with on-site logistics at three events – October 11 (Detroit), October 12 (Grand Rapids), and December 4-6 (Troy) Follow-up after the event to ensure that participants receive CEU credit, where applicable This internship might be for you if: You value hands-on experience in the implementation of meetings and events. You want to strengthen your knowledge of how the logistics, marketing, and program design come together to create a successful event. You can problem-solve like a pro! You love challenges and find creative solutions to overcome them. You don’t get flustered easily and can think on your feet. When things change, you know how to roll with the punches. You pay attention to the details. You stay focused, and you’re able to work efficiently with quality. You’re a people person. You like to work with others and feed off their creative energy. You enjoy a dynamic work environment and a supportive team culture. Preferred experience: 1-2 years of meeting/event planning experience, coursework, or a combination Spreadsheet skills will set you a part from the rest!
MAPSA Intern
Sep 18, 2018
MAPSA is seeking a creative type for a small advocacy nonprofit located in downtown Lansing to serve as the Communications Intern. This position is an essential role within our fast-paced environment and will provide any candidate with ample experience in the realm of public policy, communications, marketing, and grassroots. Make sure to showcase where you picked up your super powers in your cover letter and resume. And let the detailed side of you speak for itself! Send your cover letter and resume to HumanResources@charterschools.org   by September 12, 2018 and tell us why you want to be a part of our team! Internship specs: Unpaid, but will sign for course/internship credit, will pay for parking downtown Lansing Flexible schedule in office and from home to meet your needs and obligations Fall Internship 10-20 hours per week, MacBook Provided (Mac Skills will set you apart!) As MAPSA’s Communications Intern, a typical day might look like this: Monitor Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets to collect stories, keep track of trends, to help inform strategy and share with lawmakers. Implement a social media and email marketing strategy for various education reform issues, events, and projects – designing targeted messaging and imagery to best reach 30,000 activists and subscribers. Update websites with blogs and content that aligns with accessibility and usability standards Draft language for legislative tributes for schools and students Design handouts and social media visual content with graphic design tools to help organize key stakeholders around education policy issues This internship might be for you if: You value the importance of strategic communication across different platforms. You love being part of sharing information with people whether that is via email, social media, or face-to-face interaction. You pay attention to the details. You stay focused, and you’re able to work efficiently with quality. You want to strengthen your knowledge of public policy as it relates to marketing, design and content planning including CRM software, front-end web development tools, and visually appealing graphic design. Preferred experience: 1-2 years of digital communications internship experience, coursework, or a combination Experience in social strategy planning and management in platforms like Twitter, Facebook and  Instagram is preferred
MAPSA Intern
Sep 17, 2018
The Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac is currently hiring full time Elementary Teachers for 2nd and 4th Grade.  Must have a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate and an ZG endorsement. Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans; Employer pays 100% of the single monthly premium; 401K plan available with employer contribution. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD 100% paid by employer! Are you passionate about teaching and want to work at the highest performing school in Pontiac?  Do you want to work at a school where everyone loves coming to work each day?  Are you looking for a school to enhance your teaching practice with high quality professional development? Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP), located at 888 Enterprise Drive (near the intersection of Opdyke and South Boulevard), is a Pre-k through 12th grade tuition free charter school.  We are expanding and are looking for high caliber teachers to join our team. Since inception in 2001, the school has been an educational choice for local families in Pontiac and surrounding communities.  Our mission is to educate and motivate our students to achieve their highest level academically and socially. Superintendent Septembra Williams joined ATAP in 2010, with a vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” by increasing academic achievement, one student at a time, with individually focused educational program choices for students and families, as well as remarkable career and leadership opportunities for the school’s exceptional faculty and staff.  William’s vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” was realized in less than 3 short years with the diligent efforts of ATAP’s talented teachers, hard-working students and supportive families.   ATAP’s state Top-to-Bottom scores climbed from the 2nd percentile, to the 15th percentile, then increased remarkably again to the 31st percentile with momentum continuing. This sizeable increase in the quality of education for our students resulted in substantial increased enrollment.   Teacher Application: Note:  In order for your application to be considered for a teaching position you must attach the following supplemental documents on the next page of this application:   Signed and notarized teaching certificate (front and back), MTTC test scores, copy of your college transcripts.  
Partner Solutions Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac, Enterprise Drive, Pontiac, MI, USA
Sep 17, 2018
The Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac is currently hiring several Long Term Elementary Teachers.  Must have a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate . Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP), located at 888 Enterprise Drive (near the intersection of Opdyke and South Boulevard), is a Pre-k through 12th grade tuition free charter school.  We are expanding and are looking for high caliber teachers to join our team. Since inception in 2001, the school has been an educational choice for local families in Pontiac and surrounding communities.  Our mission is to educate and motivate our students to achieve their highest level academically and socially. Superintendent Septembra Williams joined ATAP in 2010, with a vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” by increasing academic achievement, one student at a time, with individually focused educational program choices for students and families, as well as remarkable career and leadership opportunities for the school’s exceptional faculty and staff.  William’s vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” was realized in less than 3 short years with the diligent efforts of ATAP’s talented teachers, hard-working students and supportive families.   ATAP’s state Top-to-Bottom scores climbed from the 2nd percentile, to the 15th percentile, then increased remarkably again to the 31st percentile with momentum continuing. This sizeable increase in the quality of education for our students resulted in substantial increased enrollment.  
Partner Solutions Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac, Enterprise Drive, Pontiac, MI, USA
Sep 17, 2018
The Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac is currently hiring for a Special Education Teacher .  Must have a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate and Special Education Endorsement.  Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans; Employer pays 100% of the single monthly premium; 401K plan available with employer contribution. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD 100% paid by employer! Are you passionate about teaching and want to work at the highest performing school in Pontiac?  Do you want to work at a school where everyone loves coming to work each day?  Are you looking for a school to enhance your teaching practice with high quality professional development? Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP), located at 888 Enterprise Drive (near the intersection of Opdyke and South Boulevard), is a Pre-k through 12th grade tuition free charter school.  We are expanding and are looking for high caliber teachers to join our team. Since inception in 2001, the school has been an educational choice for local families in Pontiac and surrounding communities.  Our mission is to educate and motivate our students to achieve their highest level academically and socially. Superintendent Septembra Williams joined ATAP in 2010, with a vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” by increasing academic achievement, one student at a time, with individually focused educational program choices for students and families, as well as remarkable career and leadership opportunities for the school’s exceptional faculty and staff.  William’s vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” was realized in less than 3 short years with the diligent efforts of ATAP’s talented teachers, hard-working students and supportive families.   ATAP’s state Top-to-Bottom scores climbed from the 2nd percentile, to the 15th percentile, then increased remarkably again to the 31st percentile with momentum continuing. This sizeable increase in the quality of education for our students resulted in substantial increased enrollment.   Teacher Application: Note:  In order for your application to be considered for a teaching position you must attach the following supplemental documents on the next page of this application:   Signed and notarized teaching certificate (front and back), MTTC test scores, copy of your college transcripts.  
Partner Solutions Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac, Enterprise Drive, Pontiac, MI, USA
Sep 17, 2018
The Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac is currently hiring a School Social Worker. Must have  School Social Workers License and MDE approval or SSW-310 form   Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans; Employer pays 100% of the single monthly premium; 401K plan available with employer contribution. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD 100% paid by employer! Are you passionate about helping children and want to work at the highest performing school in Pontiac?  Do you want to work at a school where everyone loves coming to work each day?   Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP), located at 888 Enterprise Drive (near the intersection of Opdyke and South Boulevard), is a Pre-k through 12th grade tuition free charter school.  We are expanding and are looking for high caliber staff to join our team. Since inception in 2001, the school has been an educational choice for local families in Pontiac and surrounding communities.  Our mission is to educate and motivate our students to achieve their highest level academically and socially. Superintendent Septembra Williams joined ATAP in 2010, with a vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” by increasing academic achievement, one student at a time, with individually focused educational program choices for students and families, as well as remarkable career and leadership opportunities for the school’s exceptional faculty and staff.  William’s vision for ATAP to become the “Pride of Pontiac” was realized in less than 3 short years with the diligent efforts of ATAP’s talented teachers, hard-working students and supportive families.   ATAP’s state Top-to-Bottom scores climbed from the 2nd percentile, to the 15th percentile, then increased remarkably again to the 31st percentile with momentum continuing. This sizeable increase in the quality of education for our students resulted in substantial increased enrollment.  
Partner Solutions Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac, Enterprise Drive, Pontiac, MI, USA
Sep 14, 2018
International Academy of Flint is hiring Substitute Teachers! Must have 90+ college credit hours .     Would you like to be part of a program that prepares all students for college, values the needs of all students, and helps students build a strong foundation to achieve success in a changing world? Does your passion for teaching and desire to make a difference in the life of a child describe why you chose teaching in the first place? If so, come and be part of our SABIS®   educational team at the International Academy of Flint (IAF).   At IAF our teachers and students work together through a rigorous curriculum that focuses on learning improvement and mastery attainment on a secure campus. We are a K-12 charter school in Flint that brings students from different backgrounds together to collaborate, develop strong relationships, and learn from one another as they explore new learning opportunities.       We are looking for teachers who are motivated, creative, flexible, and possess strong organizational skills as well as determination to foster academic achievement for all students.     ­­ The Teacher enables the success of student academic achievement through implementation of SABIS ® curriculum and philosophy and through the consistent use of the SABIS ® Point SystemTM of instruction. The Teacher has an oversight role for all students within the school setting, to ensure a safe academic environment conducive to learning and maintain the professional SABIS ® image. The Teacher ensures proper planning and follow up for the academic progress of all students and works cooperatively with the Student Life and Student Management teams. The Teacher ensures accurate and timely reporting to the Academic Quality Controller, as required by SABIS ® and governmental bodies. The Teacher reports regularly to the Academic Quality Controller regarding students’ performance and challenges, with recommendations for action and a summary of actions taken. The teacher fulfills a requirement of 30 student contact hours per week. The primary assignment may be a specific grade level (including homeroom duties) or subject teaching to multiple classes in regular or intensive classes. The teacher may also be assigned additional non-instructional duties such as proctoring exams or supervising recess or lunch. The Teacher must attend all school functions.    If you want to work in an atmosphere where collaboration is a mainstay, a well-structured and comprehensive curriculum is used and extensive classroom support and professional development is embedded. Join the SABIS®   team at the International Academy of Flint. Apply today!
Partner Solutions International Academy of Flint K-12, Saginaw Street, Flint, MI, USA
Sep 14, 2018
Position:                        Social Studies Teacher                                  Reports to:                   Principal   General Description:  Delivers teacher-led instruction in a blended learning environment for the purposes of supplemental enrichment, core curriculum, and credit recovery to meet a range of educational needs for at-risk and homeless youth.                  Primary Responsibilities (abbreviated listing): Understands, accepts, and abides by the Covenant House Academy philosophy and mission statement in all his/her school activities. Differentiates instruction based on students’ learning styles and needs and assists students in assimilating information to gain understanding and knowledge. Uses computers and other technology provided to assist students. Establishes standards for student behavior that are designed to ensure academic integrity and appropriate uses of the Internet and written communication. Arranges media and content to help transfer knowledge most effectively in the blended environment. Uses student data to inform instruction, guides and monitors students’ management of their time, monitors learner progress with available tools and develops an intervention plan for unsuccessful learners. Demonstrates effective strategies and techniques that actively engage students in the learning process.   Essential Skills and Abilities Ability to adapt and adjust instruction to create multiple paths to meet learning objectives Knowledge of accepted and effective techniques for working with at-risk youth with diverse family dynamics An aptitude and working knowledge of computer courseware and hardware   Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree (RX 9-12 IS REQUIRED) Certification in appropriate area Satisfactory completion of criminal history check TO APPLY: SUBMIT LETTER OF INTEREST ALONG WITH CURRENT RESUME BY FAX OR EMAIL TO:  MICHAEL KRYSTYNIAK, NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2018   (FAX (313) 558-9023, EMAIL mkrystyniak@chayvs.org ). Youth Vision Solutions is an equal opportunity employer. YVS will not discriminate against any otherwise qualified employee or applicant for employment with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions or privileges of employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height, weight
Covenant House Academy Detroit
Sep 14, 2018
Conner Creek Academy East Are you the next member of our Conner Creek Family? We are looking for a Art Teacher to inspire, connect with, and make a difference in the lives of our students. Teachers at Conner Creek Academy East can expect: Two weekly common preps with grade level team for collaborative meetings Mentor teachers assigned to all new teachers regardless of teaching level Opportunities to promote from within for leadership positions A fully supportive administrative team Conner Creek East is a two time Capturing Kids Hearts National Showcase School! Benefits:   Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans with a low employee contribution. 401K plan available. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD 100% paid by employer! Conner Creek Academy East Elementary & Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School make up the K-12 Public Charter School that was established in 1999.  The Elementary building is located in Roseville, MI and the Middle School and High School building is located in Warren, MI.  If you are interested in learning more about Conner Creek Elementary and Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School, please visit our website at connercreekeast.org. Your impact begins today! Teacher Application: Note:  In order for your application to be considered for a teaching position you must attach the following supplemental documents on the next page of this application:   Signed and notarized teaching certificate (front and back), MTTC test scores, copy of your college transcripts
Partner Solutions Conner Creek Academy, Eastland Street, Roseville, MI, USA
Sep 14, 2018
Are you the next member of our Conner Creek Academy East Family? We are looking for a Paraprofessional to inspire, connect with, and make a difference in the lives of our students. This position is part time. Conner Creek Academy East Elementary & Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School make up the K-12 Public Charter School that was established in 1999.  The Elementary building is located in Roseville, MI and the Middle School and High School building is located in Warren, MI.  If you are interested in learning more about Conner Creek Elementary and Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School, please visit our website at connercreekeast.org. Paraprofessional/Teacher Aide application: Note:  In order for your application to be considered for a paraprofessional/teacher aide position you must attach ONE of the following supplemental documents on the next page of this application:   Original Transcripts (60 Credits), Copy of your college degree, Signed and notarized teaching certificate (front and back), Passing MTTC Basic Skills Test Score, Michigan Paraprofessional Portfolio, ETS Parapro Assessment (passing score of 460).
Partner Solutions Conner Creek Academy, Eastland Street, Roseville, MI, USA
Sep 14, 2018
Conner Creek Academy East Elementary School is looking for a part time Food Service Aide. 10-20 hours per week / $10 per hour Conner Creek Academy East Elementary & Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School make up the K-12 Public Charter School that was established in 1999.  The Elementary building is located in Roseville, MI and the Middle School and High School building is located in Warren, MI.  If you are interested in learning more about Conner Creek Elementary and Michigan Collegiate Middle School and High School, please visit our website at connercreekeast.org.
Partner Solutions Conner Creek Academy, Eastland Street, Roseville, MI, USA