Kindergarten Teacher - #99710

Glide SD 12

Date: 04/19/2022 11:00 AM

City: Idleyld Park, Oregon

Contract type: Full Time

Work schedule: Full Day

Glide School DistrictJob DescriptionTEACHERJOB DEFINITION: Under the general supervision of a building principal, performs a variety of tasks with major responsibility being the instruction and supervision of students.REPORTS TO: Building principal.JOB CHARACTERISTICS: Instruction of students shall include skill development, the expansion of knowledge and developing the ability to reason. Responsibilities include supervision, guidance, discipline, and safety of students. The use of independent judgment and decision making is required in many matters not having established rules, regulations, policies or precedent.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1.Identifies the needs of individual students by continuous assessment of their abilities.2.Uses identified student needs to plan instruction.3.Prepares and writes instructional plans.4.Uses a variety of appropriate methods and materials to implement instructional plans.5.Organizes and manages classroom to create the optimum learning conditions.6.Applies learning theories to meet the needs of students.7.Evaluates and reports student progress.8.Supervises students in and out of the classroom.9.Initiates, plans, and carries out parent conferences.10.Initiates and maintains communication with parents and colleagues.11.Plans and coordinates the activities of educational assistants and other para-professionals as assigned.OTHER FUNCTIONS: 1.Participates in inservice and professional development activities.2.Assists in the assessment of building level needs and the planning required to meet those needs.3.Attends meetings and serves on committees as assigned or directed (or if individual volunteers).4.Sets and carries out goals each year.QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of: 1.Current concepts, methods, and procedures of curriculum development and implementation.2.Laws, rules, policies, and trends regarding instruction.3.Evaluation techniques.4.Competency based education.5.Human development and learning.6.Behavior management techniques.7.Communication techniques.8.Current health procedures and practices.Ability to: 1.Develop appropriate curriculum.2.Interpret and comply with laws, rules, and policies.3.Evaluate student needs and progress.4.Implement accepted principles of instruction.5.Maintain acceptable student behavior and discipline.6.Communicate effectively. EXPERIENCE: 1.Demonstrated competency through college preparation, student teaching, and/or classroom experience, and professional development.LICENSE: 1.Current Oregon license with appropriate endorsement(s) in area of assignment.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Working closely with students can be both physically and emotionally tiring.

Teachers spend much of their time moving about the classroom, often bending and kneeling to be at eye level with children. May be stressful for those who deal with unmotivated and disrespectful students. May require exposure to adverse weather conditions and noisy work areas. Special education teachers may be exposed to such job hazards as biting, kicking, etc.1.In an eight hour day employee may: a.

Stand/Walk6-8 hoursb. Drive0-1 hoursc. Sit1-2 hours2.Employee may use hands for repetitive: a. Single Graspingb.

Pushing and Pullingc. Fine Manipulation3.Employee may use feet for repetitive movement as in operating foot controls.4.Employee may need to: a. Bend frequentlyb. Squat frequentlyc.

Climb stairs occasionally d. Lift occasionally5.Lifting: Medium Work - Lifting 50 pounds occasionally, 25 pounds frequently, with occasional sitting and frequent standing/walking. For special education teachers, amount of lifting may be more depending on student needs.

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