Position Summary Paulo Freire Freedom School-University seeks a middle school educator with a demonstrated background and interest in integrated curriculum and a commitment to the whole child. The school’s approach centers around collaboration, thoughtful innovation, team building and leveraging diverse and multiple perspectives. Specific functions: • Teach Spanish grammar, conversation, and culture to middle school students in small class sizes three days a week. • Teach a Spanish Culture class in English once per week • Design units and lessons which incorporate differentiation, social justice, and varied assessments • Collaborate effectively with colleagues Qualifications: • Fluency in both Spanish and English • Teaching experience with middle school students preferred • Experience and commitment to collaboration with colleagues and effective teams • Commitment to diversity, heterogeneous grouping, and inclusion • Strong work ethic, interpersonal skills, initiative and independence • Knowledge and understanding of Arizona state standards Position Details: Job Type: part-time position, independent consultant Class Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (Mondays/Thursdays 11:15am - 12:45pm, Wednesdays/Fridays 11:15am-1:30pm) School Site: Paulo Freire Freedom School-University Location: University Ave. Tucson, AZ Pay: $30/hr Work Year: School-year calendar, approximately August 1-June 1 ¬ Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to info@CITYccl.org. ¬ Online posting: https://cityccl.org/about/contact/employment/ ¬ CITY Center for Collaborative Learning seeks to have a teaching staff that reflects the diversity of its student population. Minority and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.
About CITY Center for Collaborative Learning CITY Center for Collaborative Learning designs, implements, and advances innovations in teaching and learning that transform the lives of young people and their educators. The Tucson-based nonprofit offers professional development and community engagement experiences for educators and education advocates, while leading three small secondary schools that serve as demonstration sites.