Title 1 Reading and Math Instructor, Desert Heights Preparatory Academy


Position:
Title 1 Reading and Math Instructor

Type:
Charter


Job ID:
90533

County:
Northwest Maricopa


Posted:
April 24, 2019




Contact Information:
Desert Heights Preparatory Academy
3540 W Union Hills Dr.
Glendale, Arizona 85308
District Website

Contact:
Susan Otto
Phone: 602-896-2900
Fax:
District Email


Job Description:
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.

Other:
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.