Social Studies - American Government Teacher

Fruitland School District Southwest / Boise Social Studies: Government Secondary Full Time Posted 18D ago

About this job

Fruitland High School is accepting applications for a Social Studies-American Government teacher. This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary is determined by placement on the district salary schedule. Applicants must have an Idaho Teaching Certificate with proper endorsement to apply or be eligible to apply for certificate.

Education required

Idaho Teaching Certificate with proper endorsement

Benefits

Salary is determined by placement on the district salary schedule – 2023-24 range -- R1, $47,477 to AP4, $64,972. Additionally, employees with a professional endorsement or an advanced professional endorsement plus 24 credits beyond BA will receive $2,000, or employees with a professional endorsement or an advanced professional endorsement plus a Master’s degree will receive $3,500.The district pays $985.90 towards employee health insurance, and 100% for employee dental, vision, and a $20,000 life insurance policy.Applicants must hold proper certification or be eligible to hold proper Idaho Certification. The position will be filled as soon as a suitable applicant is found. All certified applications must include a letter of application, a copy of transcripts, career placement file (if available) or letters of recommendation, and the completed application form. Return the packet to Fruitland School District, P.O. Box A, Fruitland ID 83619 or wplaza@fruitlandschools.org.

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