Job Code: CCADC-0296
Business Name: Charles City Community School District
Job Title: 9-12 Spanish Teacher
Job Description: Responsible for planning and delivering a high-quality educational program to meet the learning and socio-emotional needs of all students.
Skills and Job Functions. Exhibits essential dispositions and ownership of the district vision – engage, inspire and empower.  Exhibits essential dispositions and ownership of the district core values – demonstrated success of always doing what is best for all kids, believes in the concept of family, demonstrated success as a committed leader, believes in the concept of passion and demonstrated success in being invitational.  Exhibits essential dispositions of being a collaborative leader and colleague – empathic, motivated and humble.  Exhibits effective communication skills.  Effective outcomes in providing students behavioral and socio-emotional support.  Exhibits patience, tolerance, persistence, and flexibility for effective outcomes for students.  Exhibits organization, growth mindset, grit and enthusiasm for effective outcomes for students.  Prompt and regular attendance.  Animated hospitality approach to students, parents, colleagues and stakeholders.  Demonstrate confidentiality as needed and required.  Success in the area of cultural competency, social justice, equity and working with students from diverse backgrounds or willingness to acquire these skills.  Comply with Charles City Community Schools Board Policy/Regulations and Handbook Policy.
Hiring Specifications: Demonstrated Experience or Willingness to Acquire Skills 1. Deliver daily lessons, aligned to state and district standards that meet students’ individual needs and ensure growth. 2. Experience differentiating instruction for all students regardless of circumstance. 3. lmplementation of a guaranteed and viable curriculum through consistent collaboration, grading, and assessment. 4. Participate in building and district collaboration to plan for instruction, analyze data, and create assessments. 5. Monitor student learning on a daily basis. Use multiple data points to guide and individualize instruction. 6. Participate in professional development. 7. Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsible. 8. Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’varying needs and interests. 9. lnstruct students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods, such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations as needed and appropriate. 10. Confer with parents or guardians, teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students’ behavioral and academic problems. 11. Prepare students for later grades by encouraging them to explore learning opportunities and to persevere with
challenging tasks. 12. Provide instruction by teaching others how to utilize different tasks and abilities. 13. Leading through communication to others to convey information effectively. 14. Utilize differentiated strategies/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new concepts and tasks. 15. Utilize active listening by giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. 16. Using logic, reasoning, and critical thinking to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. 17. Lead in the area of developmentally appropriate education, strategies, curriculum, behavior supports, and pedagogy. 18. Represent Charles City Community Schools effectively in the community, state and nation. 19. Demonstrate consistent progress on meeting the eight lowa Teaching Standards.
Abilities: This position will require physical demands that include constant standing, walking, reaching/pushing/pulling, lifting under 70 pounds, carrying items at least 35 feet.  There will be frequent climbing of stairs and manual dexterity tasks.  There will be occasional sitting and vehicle driving. The working conditions will be constantly inside/outside with extremes of temperature and humidity.
Knowledge and Education: KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION (KEl-2 and KED1-3): Required: 1. Valid lowa Teaching License (appropriate endorsement code for teaching assignment) 2. Knowledge of subject, curriculum, and effective teaching methods Desired: 1. Previous classroom teaching experience 2. Experience working in a culturally diverse setting 3. Advanced degrees/certifications as appropriate to the position
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