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P-12 Job Opportunities in Education

Please see the information below regarding job openings and opportunities in Colorado for P-12th grade educators.  For additional resources, check out Colorado Department of Education's Jobs for Teachers page, and continue to watch local district job boards and consider attending job fairs. We will post any job description that gets sent our way, so keep checking back for individual listings.


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Please note:  The posting of employment opportunities below is not an endorsement of these organizations by Metropolitan State University of Denver or the university’s School of Education.

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Posting Date:

3/27/2020

Organization:

The Cube Denver
3399 Holly Street
Denver, CO 80207

Job Title:

SPED Teacher

Job Description:

What are we looking for?
   
   The CUBE is looking for a Special Education teacher who shares our belief that learning is a unique experience for every student. We are looking for someone that knows reading, writing, speaking, math and more are made more powerful with students who are able to make connections to their learning. We need someone who knows that we can’t make those connections the same way for all learners. This teacher sees opportunity in the challenges that unique learners face every day, and magnifies those opportunities through support, advocacy, and empathy. The Special Education teacher helps gen ed teachers make modifications to projects, see unique perspectives to curricular approach and anticipate challenges before they arise. This person is also gifted with a keen awareness of SPED law, details of IEP/504s, and the MTSS process.

Desired Mindsets & Habits

  • Driven by a burning desire to see all students succeed
  • Collaborates openly and honestly, embracing a positive mindset
  • Encourages a culture of mutual respect and equitable practice
  • Self-reflective and exemplifies a growth mindset
  • Self-directed agent of his/her own learning
  • Believes in radical collaboration
  • Encourages and embraces productive conflict 

The CUBE Teacher: 

  • Communicates effectively with students and families about classroom activities and student progress 
  • Demonstrates content knowledge, including the Common Core State Standards
  • Effectively uses special education services as a tool to understand cross-disciplinary subject areas
  • Sets high academic achievement expectations that foster exceptional student growth and proficiency
  • Identifies and supports students’ social, emotional, and behavior learning needs.
  • Implements effective modifications to Project-Based Learning techniques and strategies
  • Provides timely feedback and collaborates with faculty to offer specialized support
  • Fosters student growth through semi-annual Student-Led Conferences and Presentations of Learning
  • Scaffolds instructional activities that facilitate engaging and appropriate learning opportunities
  • Differentiates instruction based on feedback, needs, and learning levels
  • Provides opportunities for student engagement through “Voice and Choice”
  • Designs and implements strategies for all students in relation to formal and informal assessments that measure student progress 

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD based on expereince

How to Apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter to talent@thecubedenver.org

Posting Date:

3/27/2020

Organization:

The Cube Denver
3399 Holly Street
Denver, CO 80207

Job Title:

English Teacher

Job Description:

What are we looking for?
   
    The CUBE is looking for a language arts teacher who shares our belief that learning happens everywhere. Reading happens everywhere. Writing happens everywhere. Speaking and listening happen everywhere.
   
    The CUBE is committed to building a curriculum that fosters connections among disciplines and interdisciplinary fields, and it is through language that we seek to move past fragmented learning and towards connection-making. Rather than teaching English or Literature in a content silo, the CUBE offers topic-based contextualized Mash-ups in which students are engaged in making meaning through a dynamic process of questioning, problem posing and solving, and critical thinking. The following areas of study are synthesized and enhanced through the Project-Based Learning approach:  classic and modern literature; social studies, science, creative and academic writing; and public speaking.

Desired Mindsets & Habits

  • Driven by a burning desire to see all students succeed academically
  • Collaborates openly and honestly, embracing a positive mindset
  • Encourages a culture of mutual respect and equitable practice
  • Self-reflective and exemplifies a growth mindset
  • Self-directed agent of his/her own learning
  • Believes in radical collaboration
  • Encourages and embraces productive conflict 

The CUBE Teacher: 

  • Communicates effectively with students and families about classroom activities and student progress 
  • Demonstrates content knowledge, including the Common Core State Standards
  • Effectively uses special education services as a tool to understand cross-disciplinary subject areas
  • Sets high academic achievement expectations that foster exceptional student growth and proficiency
  • Identifies and supports students’ social, emotional, and behavior learning needs.
  • Implements effective modifications to Project-Based Learning techniques and strategies
  • Fosters student growth through semi-annual Student-Led Conferences and Presentations of Learning
  • Scaffolds instructional activities that facilitate engaging and appropriate learning opportunities
  • Differentiates instruction based on feedback, needs, and learning levels
  • Provides opportunities for student engagement through “Voice and Choice”
  • Implements backward design to align all lessons, activities, and assessments
  • Designs formal and informal assessments that measure student progress
  • Co-designs and co-teaches multiple mash-ups, using engaging content to drive student outcomes
  • Develops and informs accelerator week design and execution to provide students without of school experiences
  • Leads a student advisory - responsible for main communication, competency development, and overall well-being
  • Performs all other duties as assigned by Principal

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD based on expereince

Additional Information:

This position is for the 2020/21 school year.

How to Apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter to talent@thecubedenver.org

Posting Date:

3/26/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

High School Language Arts Teacher

Job Description:

High School Language Arts Teacher

   Colorado High School Charter is seeking a Language Arts teacher at our Osage Campus in Denver, Colorado for the 2020-21 school year. In partnership with a number of community organizations, Colorado High School provides students with a unique and innovative learning environment that allows them to focus on project-based core content classes (Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts) while taking advantage of numerous concurrent enrollment and community partner opportunities.

Colorado High School Charter Overview

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is a 9-12 public charter school in Denver whose mission is to transform the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC is one of the leading alternative education campuses in Denver, with student achievement data consistently showing notable growth. As an educator at CHSC, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with your students while receiving regular coaching and professional development to allow you to deliver exceptional instruction for students who have not found success elsewhere. www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

What makes working at CHSC exciting?

  • Constant learning through regular coaching and professional development
  • A focus on student personal and academic growth achieved through tailored curricula, a supportive school environment and community partnerships
  • Social emotional support for students to remove barriers in and out of the classroom so ALL students can be successful
  • A great staff culture that regularly celebrates student and staff achievement
  • We are growing. CHSC has experienced increased enrollment; word is spreading about the amazing work we do.

What do we look for in a candidate?  

  • You are passionate about education in an alternative education setting and are excited about Colorado High School’s mission.
  • You recognize the value of learning through real-world application and are eager to help all students consider a range of satisfying career paths.
  • You are excited about the opportunity to engage students
  • You have experience or a strong desire to work with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.
  • You are tenacious about your own professional growth and have the ability to seek and apply feedback to improve your practice.
  • You’re entrepreneurial, innovative and willing to do “whatever it takes.”
  • You value developing trusting and often transformative relationships with students.
  • You are a team player who helps create a positive and vibrant school culture for both staff and students.


Job Description and Requirements 

The Language Arts teacher will teach multiple sections of mixed-level high school Language Arts content to students over the course of four quarters.

Language Arts Teacher Responsibilities:

Organizational Leadership

  • Curriculum development with an emphasis on problem-based and experiential learning
  • Deliver engaging, standards-aligned project-based learning curricula
  • Manage the classroom effectively by developing quality relationships and high expectations for students to maintain a productive learning environment
  • Positively impact achievement and differentiate instruction based on the needs of students
  • Work collaboratively with students, families, and colleagues
  • Support and actively participate in professional learning communities, professional development, and staff team-building exercises
  • Utilize multiple online platforms to monitor attendance, post grades, and deliver student assignments
  • Support and willingly engage with Restorative Justice practices
  • Conduct after-school study halls to support student achievement
  • Collaborate with peers, instructional coach, and administration to refine practice
  • Engage families and community members through phone calls and CHSC Family Nights
  • Develop good relationships with students

Work hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with occasional evening commitments for school events.

Required:

One of the following:

 

 

  • Subject matter endorsement on a Colorado teaching license
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher with major in subject matter
  • 36 semester credit hours in subject matter
  • Passing score in subject matter on Praxis exam
  • Strong knowledge of teaching methods, learning styles and educational research related to secondary learners
  • Ability to align curriculum, performance tasks, and assessments with state content standards
  • Strong communication, organization, and planning skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build rapport quickly, facilitating positive relationships with students and coworkers
  • Problem solving skills
  • Proficiency in the use of technology
  • Permanent US work authorization

Desired:

Experience working with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.

Compensation

   Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a comprehensive benefits package. Teachers are eligible for the Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.

To Apply

Submit cover letter and resume to careers@chscharter.org.

CHSC Mission:

   Colorado High School Charter is transforming the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC ensures students’ personal and academic growth by creating tailored curricula, a supportive school environment, and community partnerships. We empower our students to succeed in life and positively contribute to their families and communities by offering them the freedom and resources to pursue a post-secondary path aligned with their individualized goals.  

   Colorado High School Charter is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and school needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. Colorado High School Charter believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our schools’ success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
 

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org 
www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com/careers  

Posting Date:

3/11/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction - High School

Job Description:

High School Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction

   Colorado High School Charter is seeking an Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction at our Osage Campus, beginning July 20. This AP will oversee development and implementation of CHSC curriculum and instruction, including coaching, feedback, formal observations and evaluations, professional development, scope and sequence review and approval, project-based learning and standards-based grading. They will directly supervise all Teachers, Teacher Leaders, SPED and ELL staff. The AP will also oversee test administration of the PSAT/SAT and ensure CHSC is meeting 2021 graduation requirements.  

Colorado High School Charter Overview

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is a 9-12 public charter school in Denver whose mission is to transform the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC is one of the leading alternative education campuses in Denver, with student achievement data consistently showing notable growth. At CHSC, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with students who have not found success elsewhere. www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

What makes working at CHSC exciting?

  • Constant learning through regular coaching and professional development
  • A focus on student personal and academic growth achieved through tailored curricula, a supportive school environment and community partnerships
  • Social emotional support for students to remove barriers in and out of the classroom so ALL students can be successful
  • A great staff culture that regularly celebrates student and staff achievement
  • We are growing. CHSC has experienced increased enrollment; word is spreading about the amazing work we do.
  • We have been designated as a Green school by DPS two years in a row.

What do we look for in a candidate?  

  • You are passionate about education in an alternative education setting and are excited about Colorado High School’s mission.
  • You recognize the value of learning through real-world application and are eager to help all students consider a range of satisfying career paths.
  • You are excited about the opportunity to engage students
  • You have experience or a strong desire to work with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.
  • You are tenacious about your own professional growth and have the ability to seek and apply feedback to improve your practice.
  • You’re entrepreneurial, innovative and willing to do “whatever it takes.”
  • You value developing trusting and often transformative relationships with students.
  • You are a team player who helps create a positive and vibrant school culture for both staff and students.


Job Description and Requirements 

Job Duties:

Organizational Leadership

  • In conjunction with Principal and AP of Culture, innovate and model organizational vision, culture, and values.
  • Collect and monitor data that informs decisions that impact School Performance Framework results including: Student Growth, Student Achievement, Student Engagement and Family Satisfaction.
  • Supervise Teachers, Team Leads, SPED, and ELL teams
  • Be a collaborative member of a team that develops and builds organizational and educational policies.
  • In conjunction with Principal and AP of Culture lead formal performance evaluation process, including the gathering of data and delivery of feedback relating to instructional best practices, classroom management, specific SPF initiatives, teacher growth and accountability.
  • Network with other schools and gain exposure to educational best practices.

Instructional Leadership

  • Provide leadership that reflects the school’s vision and instructional goals
  • Model strong instructional practices that align with the school vision of rigor, high expectations and culturally relevant curriculum and pedagogy
  • Support curriculum development and instructional approach with an emphasis on culturally relevant pedagogy.
  • Participate in regular teacher observation cycles supporting mastery of content areas, standard aligned lesson and assessments, and SAT and college readiness rigor
  • Oversee instructional professional development, including implementation of New Teacher Induction and Teacher In Services
  • Coach and develop Teacher Leaders with a focus on building their capacity for peer to peer coaching, feedback, mentoring and creation of PLCs aligned with instructional vision and priorities
  • In conjunction with Teacher Leaders provide feedback and final approval of scope and sequences
  • In conjunction with AP of Culture, support 2021 graduation requirement plan and Capstone Portfolio

Student Success and Achievement

  • Develop individual relationships with students through mentorship, classroom presence, and an “open door” policy.
  • In conjunction with Principal and Assistant Principal of Culture, maintain safety and security of school population and property, including supervision of students before school, after school and during lunch.
  • Support resolution of conflicts between teachers and students through the restorative approach.
  • Oversee teams in charge of G&T and READ Plans

Human Resources

  • Supervise staff, including training and professional development, weekly one-on-one and group supervision meetings as needed.
  • Recruit and hire a diverse teaching staff that reflects the student population and community the school serves
  • Facilitate new teacher induction.  

Standardized Testing Compliance

  • Oversee assessment and standardized testing with an emphasis on SAT/PSAT
  • Data collection and analysis of testing results

Community Partnerships and Relationships

  • Sustain strong community partnerships that enhance learning opportunities for students and teachers
  • Represent CHSC within DPS, the Colorado League of Charter Schools and the local community.
  • Represent CHSC at local and national charter school and educational conferences.

General Duties

  • Attend and complete relevant professional development training opportunities to learn about effective and developing educational practices.
  • Support commitment to diversity and multiculturalism and promote inclusion and awareness around topics of race, ethnicity, and gender.
  • Co-facilitation of renewal process.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Principal

Qualifications

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education required
  • Experience in curriculum development
  • Classroom teaching experience
  • Demonstrated leadership in educational setting
  • Experience working with at-risk youth and multicultural populations
  • Demonstrated expertise and excellence in oral and written communications, public speaking, training, conflict resolution, supervision and negotiation
  • Intermediate to advanced computer software skills
  • Administration and education experience of at least three (3) years
  • Capacity to appreciate and nurture a variety of pedagogies and skills that contribute to student success
  • commitment to teaching, learning, and student success

Desired:

  • Certified school administrator and/or Master’s degree

Work hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with occasional evening commitments for school events.

Compensation

Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a comprehensive benefits package.

To Apply

Submit cover letter and resume to careers@chscharter.org.

CHSC Mission:

   Colorado High School Charter is transforming the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC ensures students’ personal and academic growth by creating tailored curricula, a supportive school environment, and community partnerships. We empower our students to succeed in life and positively contribute to their families and communities by offering them the freedom and resources to pursue a post-secondary path aligned with their individualized goals.  

   Colorado High School Charter is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and school needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. Colorado High School Charter believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our schools’ success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
 

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD

Additional Information:

Start date - July 20, 2020
www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org  

Posting Date:

3/11/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

Substitute Teacher - Charter High School

Job Description:

Colorado High School Charter
Substitute Teacher
   
Job Description

   Substitute teachers will provide coverage for Colorado High School Charter teachers when they are out. Substitute teachers have the opportunity to work with students on a part-time or full-time basis, depending on the needs of the school. Key responsibilities include: maintaining high expectations of every student, challenging students to develop critical thinking skills and creating a safe space in which students can work and grow.

   Becoming a substitute teacher is a popular pathway into the teaching profession. It’s an ideal way to gain some real-world experience in the classroom.

   Colorado High School Charter serves 9th-12th grade students who are looking for a small, supportive learning environment and in some instances a second chance for a meaningful future. For more information about the school, please see the website at https://www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com/
   
   Qualifications
   AA degree
   Permanent U.S. work authorization
   
   To Apply
   Submit resume via email to careers@chscharter.org

Position Status: 

Full-Time

Compensation: 

$125/day

Additional Information:

www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org  

Posting Date:

3/11/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

English Language Development Coordinator - High School

Job Description:

High School English Language Development Coordinator

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is seeking an English Language Development Specialist at our GES (Globeville, Elyria, Swansea) Campus. CHSC GES provides students with a unique and innovative learning environment that allows them to focus on project-based core content classes (Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts) while taking advantage of concurrent enrollment and community partner opportunities.

Colorado High School Charter Overview

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is a 9-12 public charter school in Denver whose mission is to transform the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC is one of the leading alternative education campuses in Denver, with student achievement data consistently showing notable growth. As an educator at CHSC, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with your students while receiving regular coaching and professional development to allow you to deliver exceptional instruction for students who have not found success elsewhere. www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

   Job Description

  • Design and teach ELD classes to support English Language Learners in language acquisition and development across the four domains of language – listening, reading, speaking, and writing
  • Co-teach with content area teachers, focusing on ELD students
  • Provide for individual learning styles and needs by differentiating approaches
  • Utilize a variety of pedagogies and teaching techniques to engage and invigorate students and enhance learning
  • Manage the ELD Identification and Redesignation, PPF Monitoring, and Monitoring 1 and 2 processes to ensure that all multilingual learners are assigned appropriate interventions and supports
  • Coordinate, lead and administer the WIDA screener and ACCESS test
  • Develop colleagues on best practices for ELD students, by:
  • Observing classrooms and providing feedback to colleagues on best practices for language acquisition and around culturally responsive classroom practices
  • Providing and monitoring District required training for Year 1 and Year 2 teachers
  • Designing and delivering professional development sessions that develop colleagues in the effective use of language acquisition strategies across content areas
  • Develop meaningful, appropriate relationships with students
  • Develop and utilize relevant assessments to measure student academic growth
  • Develop relationships with parents/guardians and other CHSC employees to support fulfillment of mission and student success
  • Consistently support school policies and rules in classroom
  • Keep accurate and complete records for each student as required by CHSC and the school district
  • Attend required professional development workshops, read required readings and apply the acquired principles/strategies in the classroom
  • Develop the ability to start each day as a new day with each student by seeing the strengths of the student’s character rather than seeing the behaviors
  • Practice the school values and follow the policies and practices of CHSC
  • Work alongside school administration to maintain a school environment that celebrates cultural pluralism
  • Identify school-level trends in strengths and growth areas as they relate to ELD student support
  • Manage the school-wide ELD data cycle
  • Other assigned responsibilities to serve the emerging needs of our ELD students
  • Other duties as assigned

   Qualifications

  • Colorado Educator License with a state endorsement in culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE)
  • Bilingual in Spanish language preferred
  • Experience and a strong desire to work with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings
  • Experience working with at-risk youth preferred
  • Exhibit cultural competence and work with a student centered lens
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build rapport quickly, facilitating positive relationships across a wide range of constituencies
  • Critical, strategic thinking and the capacity to manage multiple priorities
  • Permanent US work authorization

   Compensation

Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a comprehensive benefits package.

   To Apply

Email resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org

   CHSC Mission

   Colorado High School Charter is transforming the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC ensures students’ personal and academic growth by creating tailored curricula, a supportive school environment, and community partnerships. We empower our students to succeed in life and positively contribute to their families and communities by offering them the freedom and resources to pursue a post-secondary path aligned with their individualized goals.

   Colorado High School Charter is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and school needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. Colorado High School Charter believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our schools’ success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Position Status: 

Full-Time

Compensation: 

TBD

Additional Information:

www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org  

Posting Date:

3/11/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

High School Math Teacher

Job Description:

Colorado High School Charter is seeking a Science teacher at our Osage campus in Denver, Colorado for the 2020-2021 school year. In partnership with a number of community organizations, Colorado High School provides students with a unique and innovative learning environment that allows them to focus on project-based core content classes (Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts) while taking advantage of numerous concurrent enrollment and community partner opportunities.

Colorado High School Charter Overview

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is a 9-12 public charter school in Denver whose mission is to transform the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC is one of the leading alternative education campuses in Denver, with student achievement data consistently showing notable growth. We are proud of our “Green” designation from the Colorado Department of Education. As an educator at CHSC, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with your students while receiving regular coaching and professional development to allow you to deliver exceptional instruction for students who have not found success elsewhere. www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

What makes teaching at CHSC exciting?

  • Constant learning through weekly coaching and professional development
  • A focus on student personal and academic growth achieved through tailored curricula, a supportive school environment and community partnerships
  • Social emotional support for students to remove barriers in and out of the classroom so ALL students can be successful
  • A great staff culture that regularly celebrates student and staff achievement
  • We are growing. CHSC has experienced increased enrollment; word is spreading about the amazing work we do.
  • We are proud to be ranked Green (Meeting Expectations) on the State SPF

What do we look for in candidates?

  • You are passionate about education in an alternative education setting and are excited about Colorado High School’s mission.
  • You recognize the value of learning through real-world application and are eager to help all students consider a range of satisfying career paths.
  • You are excited about the opportunity to engage students inside and outside of the classroom through experiential and project-based learning.
  • You have experience or a strong desire to work with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.
  • You are tenacious about your own professional growth and have the ability to seek and apply feedback to improve your practice.
  • You’re entrepreneurial, innovative and willing to do “whatever it takes.”
  • You value developing trusting and often transformative relationships with students.
  • You are a team player who helps create a positive and vibrant school culture for both staff and students.

  Job Description

   The Science teacher will teach multiple sections of mixed-level high school Science content to students over the course of four quarters.  

Science Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Curriculum development with an emphasis on problem-based and experiential learning
  • Deliver engaging, standards-aligned project-based learning curricula
  • Manage the classroom effectively by developing quality relationships and high expectations for students to maintain a productive learning environment
  • Positively impact achievement and differentiate instruction based on the needs of students
  • Work collaboratively with students, families, and colleagues
  • Support and actively participate in professional learning communities, professional development, and staff team-building exercises
  • Utilize multiple online platforms to monitor attendance, post grades, and deliver student assignments
  • Support and willingly engage with Restorative Justice practices
  • Conduct after-school study halls to support student achievement
  • Collaborate with peers, instructional coach, and administration to refine practice
  • Engage families and community members through phone calls and CHSC Family Nights
  • Develop good relationships with students

      Work hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with occasional evening commitments for school events.

Qualifications

   Colorado High School Charter seeks candidates with strong character, passion for supporting students of diverse backgrounds and needs, and a relentless commitment to improvement and learning.

Required:

One of the following:

  • Subject matter endorsement on a Colorado teaching license
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher with major in subject matter
  • 36 semester credit hours in subject matter
  • Passing score in subject matter on Praxis exam
  • Strong knowledge of teaching methods, learning styles and educational research related to secondary learners
  • Ability to align curriculum, performance tasks, and assessments with state content standards
  • Strong communication, organization, and planning skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build rapport quickly, facilitating positive relationships with students and coworkers
  • Problem solving skills
  • Proficiency in the use of technology
  • Permanent US work authorization

Desired:

  • Experience working with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.

Compensation

   Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a comprehensive benefits package. Teachers are eligible for the Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.  

   To Apply

   Submit cover letter and resume to: careers@chscharter.org.

CHSC Mission

   Colorado High School Charter is transforming the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC ensures students’ personal and academic growth by creating tailored curricula, a supportive school environment, and community partnerships. We empower our students to succeed in life and positively contribute to their families and communities by offering them the freedom and resources to pursue a post-secondary path aligned with their individualized goals.  

   Colorado High School Charter is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and school needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. Colorado High School Charter believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our schools’ success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD

Additional Information:

www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org  

Posting Date:

3/11/2020

Organization:

Colorado High School Charter, Inc.     
1175 Osage St.
Suite 101
Denver, CO 80204

Job Title:

High School Math Teacher

Job Description:

High School Math Teacher
   
   Colorado High School Charter is seeking a Math Teacher at our GES Campus in Denver, Colorado for the 2020-21 school year. In partnership with a number of community organizations, Colorado High School provides students with a unique and innovative learning environment that allows them to focus on project-based core content classes (Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts) while taking advantage of numerous concurrent enrollment and community partner opportunities.
   
Colorado High School Charter Overview

   Colorado High School Charter (CHSC) is a 9-12 public charter school in Denver whose mission is to transform the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC is one of the leading alternative education campuses in Denver, with student achievement data consistently showing notable growth. As an educator at CHSC, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with your students while receiving regular coaching and professional development to allow you to deliver exceptional instruction for students who have not found success elsewhere. www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com
   
What makes teaching at CHSC exciting?

  • Constant learning through weekly coaching and professional development
  • A focus on student personal and academic growth achieved through tailored curricula, a supportive school environment and community partnerships
  • Social emotional support for students to remove barriers in and out of the classroom so ALL students can be successful
  • A great staff culture that regularly celebrates student and staff achievement
  • We are growing. CHSC has experienced increased enrollment; word is spreading about the amazing work we do.

What do we look for in candidates?

  • You are passionate about education in an alternative education setting and are excited about Colorado High School’s mission.
  • You recognize the value of learning through real-world application and are eager to help all students consider a range of satisfying career paths.
  • You are excited about the opportunity to engage students inside and outside of the classroom through experiential and project-based learning.
  • You have experience or a strong desire to work with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.
  • You are tenacious about your own professional growth and have the ability to seek and apply feedback to improve your practice.
  • You’re entrepreneurial, innovative and willing to do “whatever it takes.”
  • You value developing trusting and often transformative relationships with students.
  • You are a team player who helps create a positive and vibrant school culture for both staff and students.

Job Description

The Math Teacher will teach multiple sections of mixed-level high school math content to students over the course of four quarters.
   
Math Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Curriculum development with an emphasis on problem-based and experiential learning
  • Deliver engaging, standards-aligned project-based learning curricula
  • Manage the classroom effectively by developing quality relationships and high expectations for students to maintain a productive learning environment
  • Positively impact achievement and differentiate instruction based on the needs of students
  • Work collaboratively with students, families, and colleagues
  • Support and actively participate in professional learning communities, professional development, and staff team-building exercises
  • Utilize multiple online platforms to monitor attendance, post grades, and deliver student assignments
  • Support and willingly engage with Restorative Justice practices
  • Conduct after-school study halls to support student achievement
  • Collaborate with peers, instructional coach, and administration to refine practice
  • Engage families and community members through phone calls and CHSC Family Nights
  • Develop good relationships with students

Work hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with occasional evening commitments for school events.
   
Qualifications

Colorado High School Charter seeks candidates with strong character, passion for supporting students of diverse backgrounds and needs, and a relentless commitment to improvement and learning.
   
   Required:

One of the following:

  • Subject matter endorsement on a Colorado teaching license
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher with major in subject matter
  • 36 semester credit hours in subject matter
  • Passing score in subject matter on Praxis exam
  • Strong knowledge of teaching methods, learning styles and educational research related to secondary learners
  • Ability to align curriculum, performance tasks, and assessments with state content standards
  • Strong communication, organization, and planning skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build rapport quickly, facilitating positive relationships with students and coworkers
  • Problem solving skills
  • Proficiency in the use of technology
  • Permanent US work authorization
       
    Desired:

  • Experience working with young people who have struggled personally or academically in conventional school settings.

   
Compensation
   Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a comprehensive benefits package. Teachers are eligible for the Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.
   
To Apply
   Submit cover letter and resume to: careers@chscharter.org.
   
CHSC Mission

   Colorado High School Charter is transforming the alternative education experience by igniting the potential within each of the diverse young people we serve. CHSC ensures students’ personal and academic growth by creating tailored curricula, a supportive school environment, and community partnerships. We empower our students to succeed in life and positively contribute to their families and communities by offering them the freedom and resources to pursue a post-secondary path aligned with their individualized goals.
   
   Colorado High School Charter is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and school needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. Colorado High School Charter believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our schools’ success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

TBD

Additional Information:

www.coloradohighschoolcharter.com

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to careers@chscharter.org  

Posting Date:

3/4/2020

Organization:

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School       
1973 Elm Street
Denver, CO 80220

Job Title:

After School Program Aide

Job Description:

Responsibilities:

  • Provide careful and effective supervision of children's activities
  • Assist in the implementation of Colorado child care licensing regulations
  • Lead groups of children in a variety of activities
  • Carry out objectives developed for the Archdiocese of Denver
  • Assist children in establishing and maintaining the standards of behavior as set by the program
  • Use proactive strategies to guide appropriate behavior and positive reinforcement
  • Cooperate with other staff to create and maintain a harmonious social environment
  • Interact positively with parents and refer appropriate questions and concerns
  • Maintain a clean and safe physical environment
  • Report unsafe equipment or program supply concerns    

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or equivalent   
  • Communicate (read, write, and speak) in English
  • Ability to acquire CPR/First Aid training within 30 days of hire
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Four-year degree in education, recreation, human services, or a related field. Non-related degrees are accepted with one year of full time work experience with school age children in a group setting (This is required for supervisor level.)
  • Ability and the skill to exercise appropriate supervision and direction to children in grades K-8
  • Experience working with groups of 4 or more children
  • Demonstrate successful experience working with school age children or youth
  • Demonstrate successful experience in program design and implementation for children
  • Proven ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Professional attitude regarding the child care profession
  • Experience with special needs children

Position Status: 

Part-Time

Compensation: 

TBD

Additional Information:

Being religious or Catholic is not a requirement to apply.

This is a great opportunity to gain contact hours with K-8 students, build resume work experience, and learn about some programs' licensing regulations. 

How to Apply:

The position is searchable on Indeed as After School Program Aide. You can narrow the search by Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Denver, CO.

You can also use the link:

https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=blessed%20sacrament&l=Denver%2C%20CO&vjk=c01ff7603efbbec1  

Posting Date:

3/4/2020

Organization:

Sewall Child Development Center   
940 Fillmore st
Denver, CO 80206

Job Title:

Early Childhood Educator

Job Description:

Sewall Child Development Center is seeking qualified Early Childhood Educators for Sewall’s site on the Evie Davis campus at the Zone, 4800
Telluride. All preschool classrooms are inclusion model with a Reggio Emilia inspired philosophy. Classrooms are led by Early Childhood Educators and therapists rotate through classrooms providing services to children with identified needs as well as all the children.

Applicants must have experience with the preschool population as well as with children with identified needs.
   
Benefits are available.

Sewall is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Status: 

Full-Time

Compensation: 

Depends on education and experience

How to Apply:

Please send a resume to:
Bplous@sewallchild.org

Posting Date:

3/4/2020

Organization:

Denver Public Schools- Asbury Elementary      
1320 E Asbury Avenue
Denver, CO 80210

Job Title:

 Office Support

Job Description:

Essential Functions and Objectives:

  • Under direct supervision, perform routine clerical and administrative functions for a school or department. Responsible for basic typing, filing, mail distribution and telephone coverage.
  • Performs various basic office duties, including: answering phones, greeting visitors, distribute mail, order office supplies, filing.
  • Create, type, distribute, prepare and mail routine correspondence, checking for completeness and accuracy.     
  • Operate and utilize computers, related software, and various district applications.
  • Maintain appropriate records and documents – student attendance, records, and information or employee/personnel information, according to FERPA and district policy   
  • Update and maintain the calendar of appointments.
  • Assist with event operations; reserving rooms, order catering, set up, etc.
  • Operate and troubleshoot standard office equipment.
  • School - May provide additional support for other operational needs such as student safety, including delegated nursing duties, purchasing and budget duties.
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Experience & Other Qualifications:

  • Bilingual in Spanish is strongly preferred.
  • One (1) or more years’ experience in administrative/clerical work.
  • Basic knowledge and experience with computer-based spreadsheet, database, and word processing software.
  • Experience producing various general office documents, analysis and recommendations.
  • Ability to work effectively as member of team.
  • Ability to multi-task and complete work with frequent interruptions.
  • Ability to communicate clearly in both written and oral formats.
  • Ability to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Basic proficiency with MS Office and other computer software programs.
  • Able to answer multi-line and high-level phone system.
  • Able to handle high volume of multi-tasking. 

   
Education Requirements:

  • High School diploma, completion of G.E.D., or equivalent.

Position Status: 

Full-time

Compensation: 

Salary Range: $14.98 - $15.56 per hour

How to Apply:

https://careers.dpsk12.org/ 

Posting Date:

3/4/2020

Organization:

27J Schools      
18551 East 160th
Brighton, CO 80601

Job Title:

High School Science Teacher

Job Description:

Riverdale Ridge High School (RRHS), a 27J School located in the city of Thornton, is currently seeking “teacher geeks” (also known as passionate licensed educators) to join our team. We seek individuals who know they can teach all students to meet high expectations in a nurturing environment through hard work and collaboration with other like-minded teachers. This is a full-time, or 1.0 FTE position, starting in August 2020.

PLEASE NOTE:

Riverdale Ridge High School will employ a One-to-Web technology platform. Candidates must be willing to incorporate Google Classroom and related practices into their instructional delivery practices. If you have experience in this area, GREAT, you can help us implement practices. If you do not have experience in this area, GREAT--we will learn how to effectively leverage the One-to-Web platform together.

Required Qualifications:

A valid Colorado Department of Education Teaching License.
Colorado Department of Education “In Field” by CDE endorsement or qualifications to teach the posted subject area.
The ability to handle many complex tasks simultaneously.
The ability and interest to be part of a high-functioning team. (Having respected and trusted colleagues, preferably as teammates, makes the demands of teaching sustainable.)
The ability and interest to learn continuously and to adapt to changing circumstances (student characteristics, curriculum, and so on).   
A belief in empowering all children as owners of their learning. 

   
Application Procedure: Apply to www.workat27j.com.
External applicants please upload a resume, current teaching license and transcripts.
27J Current Contracted Teachers: mark that you are a 27J employee on the application and provide a maximum of 2 years previous work experience. Substitutes are considered External applicants.
   
All future correspondence will be handled via the email address you provided in your online application. Check your In-Box and SPAM folder.
All 27J postings close at 4:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time
   
Join us for our annual 27J Job Fair!
       
Reserve a spot today: LINK to SIGN UP
   
Location: Riverdale Ridge High School
Date: April 4th, 2020
   
Find us at area job fairs as “Brighton - 27J Schools” 

Position Status: 

Full Time

Compensation: 

Salary Schedule

Additional Information:

27J Schools - Brighton, Commerce City, Thornton
   
Home of the 4-Day Week
   
Sign up for our Job Fair at www.Workat27J.com 

How to Apply:

www.Workat27J.com 

Posting Date:

3/4/2020

Organization:

Mathnasium of Highlands       
3550 W. 38th Avenue
Suite 40
Denver, CO 80211

Job Title:

Math Instructor

Job Description:

Instructors use the Mathnasium Method to provide 1:1 instruction within in a Team Teaching environment. The goal is to teach for understanding, independent problem solving, and - ultimately - increased confidence. Instructors perform administrative duties to track student progress and are responsible for light cleaning. We offer part-time positions in Lakewood, CO with flexible scheduling and ongoing training opportunities.
   
Required Qualifications:
   • Exceptional math skills through K-12 Curriculum, including Algebra II
   • Wears a smile and exudes friendliness
   • Ability to professionally interact with students and parents
   • Clear communication; ability to show multiple ways to solve a problem
   
Preferred Qualifications:
   • Ability to teach students in upper-level high school math courses
   • Previous teaching or other experience working with students
   • Willingness to help with table/booth and play math games at community events
   
Applicants should love teaching and be able to motivate students to succeed.

Position Status: 

Part-Time

Compensation: 

$14-$16 per hour

Additional Information:

Mathnasium is a math-only learning center for students in grades K-12. Students enroll in membership programs to catch up, keep up, or get ahead - or for test preparation. Each student in our program receives a customized learning plan based on our proprietary assessments and teaching material. Our mission in Lakewood is to provide the safe and happy place where kids can improve their math skills. Join us for the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life!
   
Operational hours are 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm Monday through Thursday and 12 pm to 4 pm Saturday and Sunday. Instructors may be scheduled up to one hour before or after opening and closing. Based on availability, instructors can expect to work 2-5 days/week, or 8-25 hours.

How to Apply:

Either send resume and cover letter to highlands@mathnasium.com or come in and fill out an application. Include details about your math competency, experience teaching or working with students, and availability. We look forward to meeting you.

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