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Job Opening details:-
Company Name :-
Ritenour School District
Position Name :-
Middle School Math Teacher
Company Location :-
St. Louis, MO
Job Category :
 Education jobs

Full Job Description :-
QUALIFICATIONS: Middle School Math Certification is required.
Application Submission Procedure – External Candidates

To ensure full consideration, please complete our online application.
Applications are accepted only through this process-mailed or emailed application materials will not be considered.
Upload letter of interest, resume, three (3) letters of recommendation, a copy of your Missouri certification, and transcripts.
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SALARY: Teacher Salary Schedule
DEADLINE: April 22, 2022
JOB TITLE: Math Teacher
**Position Summary: Plan and deliver a high quality mathematics program that motivates and inspires students to proficiently acquire mathematics concepts.
REPORTS TO: Principal

Demonstrates solid knowledge of methods, materials, and techniques used to teach mathematics at the secondary level.
Develops and presents lessons that demonstrate planning and preparation and are consistent with the district curriculum and state/national standards.
Implements curriculum content/objectives that will emphasize hands-on, project-based learning.
Embeds relevant technological resources.
Demonstrates appropriate long and short-term preparation for classroom instruction.
Holds high expectations for all students and sees themselves as facilitators of student learning.
Organizes and uses a variety of teaching techniques, strategies, materials, and technology to maximize the learning of each child, individually and in group settings.
Assesses student progress, provides students and parents with specific feedback, and uses the results to adjust instruction as needed.
Provides opportunities for academic support and challenge.
Takes responsibility for teaching the district curriculum as outlined in the curriculum documents.
Establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects and communicates these objectives to students.
Keeps abreast of current development in their fields and continues to deepen their understanding of their disciplines.
Establishes and maintains a functional, attractive, orderly, and safe classroom environment that is conducive to student learning and builds a sense of community.
Develops classroom rules on behavior procedures, and maintains fair and just order in the classroom.
Manages discipline in accordance with administrative regulations, school board policies, and legal requirements.
Develops a repertoire of strategies to manage student behavior, individually and in-groups, in a manner that encourages individual responsibility, self-control, self-discipline, and effective decision-making.
Takes reasonable and necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
Demonstrates a respectful, cooperative and caring manner with students and adults in the school community.
Assumes responsibility for the effective functioning of the school to include necessary non-instructional assignments and student management throughout the entire building.
Maintains complete records as required by law, district policy and administrative regulation.
Contributes to school effectiveness by collaborating with other professionals and participating in school and district activities, such as staff meetings, parent-teacher conferences, teacher training workshops and serving on building and district committees.
Pursues professional growth and development through staff development and opportunities, postgraduate education, membership and participation in professional organizations and attendance at regional, state and national meetings.
Actively participates in the Performance Based Teacher Evaluation process.
Supervises students during school-sponsored after school/evening activities.
Attends meetings and activities outside the normal school day, i.e., professional development activities, parent conferences, open houses and staff meetings.
Performs other related work as assigned.

(*) When a specific assignment has additional or different ESSENTIAL FUNCTION requirements, the differences will be discussed at the time of assignment.

Classroom management requires daily attendance to meet students’ needs.
Requires travel to work sites within a building.
Interprets test results; reviews and interprets printed reports to obtain information necessary for decision-making, planning and management in assigned area(s).
Operates specialized equipment such as computers, copiers, DVD player, etc.
Provides written procedures for plan preparation and implementation; communicates student assignments and behavior problems with others in writing.
Provides instruction to students; discusses education programs with teachers, administrators, and/or citizens; conducts individual or group meetings; works with students to reinforce learning assignments; assists with the supervision of students; discusses student assignments and behavior problems with others.
Reviews published educational materials for selection purposes; observes and evaluates student performance; checks student’s work, corrects papers, supervises testing; assesses the accomplishments of students and provides progress reports.

Physical Demands (Strength)

Exerts 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or
Exerts 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or
Exerts 10 to 20 pounds constantly.

Vocational Preparation: (Experience)

Successful student teaching experience and/or prior teaching experience in the area of Mathematics at the secondary school level preferred

Education Preparation: (Formal and Informal)

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited educational institution
Missouri Middle School Math or Elementary Education 1-6 Certificate required.

Job Type: Full-time

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