The Title I Reading and Math Instructor provides direct reading and math instruction and support, to 5th-12th grade students enrolled in Title I, in order to help students achieve progress towards their individual learning goals as written in their Reading and/or Math Intervention Plan and Progress (RIPP and/or MIPP) reports; meets service minutes; documents instructional plans; collaborates with the ESEA Coordinator, general education teachers, parents, and other educational stakeholders to ensure meaningful, evidence-based, services are being provided; completes academic testing; maintains progress monitoring; and attends Title I Team and Parent meetings. Qualifications and Responsibilities: • Must be Highly Qualified as designated by the Arizona Department of Education Attestation for Paraprofessionals or higher. • Must be able to create and compile universal screener, progress monitoring, diagnostic, and Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) student and teacher materials. • Must be able to administer, collect, maintain, and convey universal screener, progress monitoring, diagnostic, and Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) data. • Must be able to develop, distribute, and maintain progress monitoring assessment schedule. • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to support the behavioral and instructional needs of students from at-risk circumstances. • Must demonstrate knowledge of and ability to implement evidence-based instructional practices and assist in training teachers to implement evidence-based instructional practices, if necessary. • Must demonstrate knowledge of students by creating individual student goals and tracking student growth, under the guidance of the ESEA Coordinator (Title I Reading and/or Math Intervention Plan and Progress reports). • Must be able to maintain and distribute daily instructional records (Title I Reading and Math Logs). • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate with educational stakeholders. • Must demonstrate ability to research and provide evidence-based resources to parents, aligned to student goals, that meet the needs of Title I students and support the connection between school and home. • Must be able participate in monthly Title I team data meetings and quarterly Title I Parent Meetings with educational stakeholders. • Must be able to assist the Title I department during pre-service and in-service professional development presentations, during walk-throughs, and literacy coaching sessions, if necessary. • Must be proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point. Must be willing and able to learn additional databases and online intervention programs.
Position begins July 22, 2019. Starting salary is $35,000.00/year. Benefits include but are not limited to: Flexible schedule, paid time off, 401k matching, discounted childcare. To apply: email resume, copy of fingerprint clearance card, and 3 professional references.