Middle & High School Substitute Teacher

OPPORTUNITY:
We are seeking mission-aligned substitute teachers to join the Green Dot Washington substitute pool. Our ideal candidates is hard-working, entrepreneurial, and possesses a strong desire to foster high levels of academic achievement with academically underserved students. We are looking for substitute teachers who are passionate about our students and excited to become a part of our school communities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Adhere to the lesson plan designed by the content area teacher.
  • Implement student intervention plans designed by the Content and Special Education teacher(s) for students with special education program and general education students.
  • Adhere to the school's student management policies and procedures (i.e., attendance records, dress code, etc.) and report to the school administrators when necessary
  • Maintain effective supervision and discipline in the classroom
  • Work with other teachers and administrators to address and resolve student issues
  • Abide by all state and federal mandates in reporting sexual or physical abuse and neglect.
  • Provide necessary accommodations and modifications for growth and success of all students.
  • Participate in faculty and professional meetings and teacher training workshops, when appropriate
  • Abide by all state and federal mandates in reporting sexual or physical abuse and neglect.
  • Duties outside of primary teaching responsibility as assigned

Long-Term Substitute Teachers

  • Effectively instruct students in assigned content area(s) as prescribed by Green Dot's academic content standards through direct instruction, demonstration and using audio-visual aids and other materials to supplement presentations with the overall goal of engaging student learning. Teachers are expected to teach an Advisory section to a group of students centered on College Leadership and Life.
  • Work as part of interdisciplinary team and within content areas planning and aligning curricula to ensure that instruction follows curriculum guidelines or requirements of state and school
  • Set clear short-term and long-term goals to drive instruction
  • Implement student intervention plans for students with special education program and general education students.
  • Develop and submit weekly and long range lesson plans containing standards, objectives, essential questions, and assessments; assign lessons and review homework
  • Adhere to the school's student management policies and procedures (i.e., attendance records, dress code, etc.) and report to the school administrators when necessary
  • Maintain effective supervision and discipline in the classroom
  • Work with other teachers and administrators to address and resolve student issues
  • Provide necessary accommodations and modifications for growth and success of all students.
  • Participate in faculty and professional meetings and teacher training workshops, when appropriate
  • Lead and participate in student activities such as: sponsoring student activities or student organizations, coaching a sports team, working with parents and the community as part of a committee or group, provide morning or after school supervision, and chaperoning student activities
  • Attend professional meetings, staff meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional competence.
  • Abide by all state and federal mandates in reporting sexual or physical abuse and neglect.
  • Special projects and duties outside of primary teaching responsibility as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Valid Washington State Teaching Credential or Substitute Credential
    • If you do not hold a valid WA teaching credential you may qualify for an Emergency Substitute Teaching Credential. To qualify for this certificate, you must have:
      • a Bachelor’s Degree
      • Verification to work in the US
      • Availability to work 3 or more days a week (one or more of those days being Monday or Friday)
  • Classroom management skills
  • Bilingual (preferred)
  • Excellent collaborative and organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Growth mindset and love of learning
  • A strong ethical base and self-awareness
  • Relentless commitment to and high standards for high quality execution
  • Passionate with a high level of personal responsibility towards ambitious goals

COMPENSATION:

Substitute teachers in day-to-day assignments earn $22.00 per hour. Substitute teachers assigned to long-term (more than two-week) assignments earn $27.00 per hour.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
To apply for a position at RVLA, please  (1) fill out this brief form AND (2) email your resume and a cover letter to apply@myrvla.org.