Online High School English/Speech Teacher

ONEIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT 351 Southeast / Pocatello English & Language Arts Secondary Part Time Posted 11M ago

About this job

Idaho Home Learning Academy (IHLA) Online Secondary English/Speech Teachers – Three-quarter time position * All applications will be added to our teaching applicant pool and when a teaching position opens, interviewees will be chosen from those that are on file. This job posting is for our teaching applicant pool only and is not for a teaching position that is currently available. Teachers are encouraged to submit their information to the applicant pool so applications can be reviewed ahead of time. Idaho Home Learning Academy (IHLA) is seeking innovative high school instructors to teach online. These positions are part-time and teachers work from home. Secondary instructors facilitate a customized learning experience for students in grades 9 through 12. Applicants must be willing to learn many new software programs, build strong relationships with students, and develop online teaching skills. These services may be delivered from your own home or other location where internet access is available. It is the responsibility of the employee to have adequate internet bandwidth to operate Zoom and other online platforms. The hours for this part-time position are flexible, but effort should be made to respond to students quickly. Teachers cannot have a teaching contract in another school district in Idaho. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in education is preferred. Certification can be obtained with support from the district with a bachelor’s degree or extensive industry experience. Preference will be given to applicants with a current teaching credential. We are seeking teachers with the job experience or the abilities listed below.RequirementsStrong technology skills (especially with Google Suite)Excellent communication skills, both oral and writtenHighly organized and punctualCustomer focused approachHigh degree of flexibilityDemonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environmentHelp identify students who are at riskDemonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other teachers and staff members.Demonstrate ability to relate positively to parents, as well as students Grading with quality feedback.Hold a live, weekly office hour through Zoom during the school day.Other duties as assignedDemonstrate knowledge of English content and English pedagogy.   Other requirements for employment: Teachers cannot be employed full time as a teacher in another district within the State of Idaho. Teachers should make their best effort to attend Department meetings live each month, or work with Department head to make other arrangements. Follow all FERPA rules & regulationsRepresent TTA & IHLA in a positive manner on social media and within faculty/department meetings.Bring concerns to Department heads or administratorsEnforce IHLA’s Academic Honesty policyGive input through yearly Staff Engagement Survey Position Summary and Responsibilities:Complete all grading in a timely manner;Support the mastery-based instructional program through both asynchronous and synchronous instruction;Review curriculum and collaborate with teachers, parents, and students on a variety of approaches to delivering and accessing content;Provide feedback on student work and monitor completion of assignments;Work collaboratively with other teachers to ensure that all students are successfully progressing through the program;Communicate regularly with parents and students through the use of computer and telephone;Keep information up-to-date, including grading, contact logs, and attendance reporting. Fair Labor Standards Act Status (FSLA):       Exempt

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ONEIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT 351 is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.