Job Posting Description, District Curriculum Leader (Teacher and School Leader Grant)
Contact Information
Human Resources Department
215 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (4th Floor)
South Bend, IN 46601
574-393-6000
staffing@sbcsc.k12.in.us
 
Job Locations
Administration Building
 
Application Open: 12/03/2020, Filing Deadline: (none)
 
Available Jobs
 Job # Description
148 District Curriculum Leader (Tchr. & School Grant)
Position Title:        District Curriculum Leader (Teacher and School Leader Grant)
 
Salary Range:       $5,000 annual stipend
   
Contract Length:  July 1- June 30  
 
Immediate Supervisor: Chief Academic Officer
              
Basic Function: 
Provides support and work in collaboration with other leaders to develop curricular support and professional learning for teachers and administrators on all matters related to the SCBCSC curriculum, instruction, and assessment.   Facilitates the implementation of the Indiana Academic Standards and the integration of evidenced based instructional practices across the content areas .  Works collaboratively with the district curriculum coordinators to support the improvement of instruction for all students.  Keeps abreast of current research and initiatives for all content areas, especially, english/language arts, mathematics.  Participates in local, state, and national conferences and educational organizations and a personal cycle of continuous improvement. Understands the importance of cultural responsiveness, and has the ability to work with diverse populations including, students, staff and stakeholders.
 
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: 
  1. Support the implementation of effective instructional strategies across all contents in Tier I and Tier II classroom instruction.
  2. Develop curriculum maps, pacing guides, district exemplar lesson plans, and other curricular supports.
  3. Model, conduct small group instruction with students, deliver effective professional learning in order to meet the needs of student and adult learners.
  4. Possess a deep understanding of the Indiana Academic Standards at multiple grade levels, protocols for standards analysis and unpacking.
  5. Ability to develop and deliver effective formative and summative assessment measures.
  6. Collaborate with district stakeholders in identifying the professional learning needs of educators through effective data analysis, with an emphasis on defining goals at each grade and school level, and identifying the strategies that are most effective in achieving those goals. Alignment should be both vertical and horizontal with a detailed scope and sequence plan.
  7. Coach, implement effective professional learning, and support for district instructional models that foster students’ understanding of different modalities as readers and writers.
  8. Recommend and coordinate with the need for additional instructional materials, equipment, and building of inclusive classroom libraries and book rooks within assigned programs.
  9. Support district adoption processes as appropriate.
  10. Perform other duties as directed by the Chief Academic Officer.
 
Qualifications: 
Applicant must hold a valid Indiana certification in teaching. Current licensed SBCSC classroom teacher.  Applicants should possess strong planning, listening, organizational, supervisory, analytical, problem-solving, computer, accountability, multi-tasking, flexibility, resourcefulness, and oral and written communications skills. Applicants must possess knowledge of the comprehensive organization, operations, policies and objectives of assigned department or area.
 
Preferred Qualifications:
A Master's Degree, as well as 5 or more years of classroom teaching experience.
 
Physical Demands:
Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard and other technologies and office equipment, sitting, standing and walking for extended periods of time; kneeling; bending at the waist; lifting; pushing; pulling and carrying equipment, supplies and materials weighing up to 25 pounds; repetitive hand movement and fine coordination to use a computer keyboard; emotional stability to work effectively under pressure and to keep all aspects of the job under control; hearing and speaking to exchange information in person or on the telephone; seeing to read; prepare and assure the accuracy of documents.
 
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