Company Info

Gwinnett County Public Schools
437 Old Peachtree Road
Suwanee, GA, United States

Phone: 678-301-6076
Web Site: http://gcpsjobs.org

Company Profile


Substitute - Stellar - Grades K-5 non-aligned


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Job ID:

235801

Location:

GA, United States 

Category:

Education, Teaching
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Job Views:

9

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

10.11.2018
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Job Description:

License and Certification Qualifications:  Satisfactory completion of GCPS Substitute Teacher Training Program within 30 days of hire or possession of a valid or expired professional teaching certificate (or letter of eligibility of same), or completion of student teaching with Gwinnett County Public Schools required.

Education Qualifications:  A minimum of an associate degree or 60 semester/90 quarter hours from a Professional Standards Commission (PSC) approved institution required. Copies of transcripts from each college or university attended required.

Experience Qualifications:  Previous successful teaching experience or substitute teaching experience preferred.

Skills Qualifications:  Knowledge of curriculum, instruction, and assessment; knowledge of child development; ability to work effectively with administrators, central office staff, school based staff, students, parents, and the community; excellent oral and written communication and human relations skills; strong computer skills; knowledge of office and media equipment; and ability to give and follow oral and written instructions in the English language.

Primary Responsibilities:  Responsible for providing classroom instruction and maintaining classroom management in the absence of the teacher of record.

1.         Provideclassroom instruction for the teacher of record.
a.        Conduct supervised small groups of individualizedclassroom activities based on lesson plans developed by the teacher ofrecord.


2.         Maintain classroom management for the teacherof record.

a.        Conduct behavior management strategies developedby the teacher of record.  

b.        Organize learning environment to maximizestudent time on task.  

c.        Maintain behavior which is conducive to learning.
d.        Encourage students to develop positive self-concepts.

e.        Follow student behavior intervention plans. 

f.         Collect data on individual student behaviorintervention plans.


3.         Participate in professional responsibilitiesas requested by the teacher of record.

a.        Demonstrate prompt and regular attendance. 

b.        Cooperate with the staff and support thedevelopment of activities and goals of the school.


4.         Ensure proper communication protocol isfollowed as designated by the teacher of record.

a.        Communicate effectively with parents, colleagues,and other school and county level personnel.

b.        Follow teacher's guidelines with regardsto communication.


5.         Follow professional practices consistentwith school and system policies in working with students, student records,parents, and colleagues.

a.         Interact in a professional manner with studentsand parents.

b.         Maintain student confidentiality.

c.         Work cooperatively with all school personneland parents.

d.         Demonstrate a basic understanding of specialeducation programs, legal requirements, and special education terminology.


6.         Comply with district Board of Educationpolicies and the administrative regulations for the state of Georgia.

a.         Conduct assigned classes at the scheduledtime(s).

b.         Enforce regulations concerning student conductand discipline.

c.         Demonstrate punctuality and flexibility.

d.         Follow behavior intervention plans as requested.

e.         Dress in a manner that is consistent withschool policies.

f.           Maintain accurate, complete, andappropriate records and files.

g.         Acknowledge and follow Individual EducationPlans (IEP) requirements.


7.          Demonstrate professional practicesin teaching.

a.         Model correct use of oral and written language.

b.         Follow teacher lesson plans as requiredby school policy.

c.         Assign appropriate tasks and homework tostudents as determined by teacher guidelines and lesson plans.


8.         Act in a professional manner.

a.        Take precautions to protect records, equipment,materials, and facilities.

b.         Assume responsibility for supervising studentsin out-of-class settings.

c.        Participate in meetings, planning sessions,and other professional development opportunities as appropriate.

d.        Support special education students and staffvia classroom instruction, monitoring of student work, student supervision,and preparation of materials.


9.        Assist with the physical needs of specialeducation students when appropriate.

a.        Assist with toileting, feeding, positioning,lifting, dressing, and other self-help skill areas when appropriate.
b.        Ensure safe travel of students within theschool environment and on study trips.

c.        Provide support related to ostomy care, catheterization,and/or other medically related procedures.


10.      Perform other duties as assigned.
   

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use the following physical demands: significant lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; and significant fine finger dexterity. The job is performed under conditions with exposure to risk of injury and/or illness and in a clean atmosphere. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.






Company Info


Gwinnett County Public Schools
437 Old Peachtree Road
Suwanee, GA, United States
Phone: 678-301-6076
Web Site: http://gcpsjobs.org

Substitute - Stellar - Grades K-5 non-aligned

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Job ID:

235801

Location:

GA, United States 

Category:

Education, Teaching
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

9

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

10.11.2018
col-wide   

Job Description:

License and Certification Qualifications:  Satisfactory completion of GCPS Substitute Teacher Training Program within 30 days of hire or possession of a valid or expired professional teaching certificate (or letter of eligibility of same), or completion of student teaching with Gwinnett County Public Schools required.

Education Qualifications:  A minimum of an associate degree or 60 semester/90 quarter hours from a Professional Standards Commission (PSC) approved institution required. Copies of transcripts from each college or university attended required.

Experience Qualifications:  Previous successful teaching experience or substitute teaching experience preferred.

Skills Qualifications:  Knowledge of curriculum, instruction, and assessment; knowledge of child development; ability to work effectively with administrators, central office staff, school based staff, students, parents, and the community; excellent oral and written communication and human relations skills; strong computer skills; knowledge of office and media equipment; and ability to give and follow oral and written instructions in the English language.

Primary Responsibilities:  Responsible for providing classroom instruction and maintaining classroom management in the absence of the teacher of record.

1.         Provideclassroom instruction for the teacher of record.
a.        Conduct supervised small groups of individualizedclassroom activities based on lesson plans developed by the teacher ofrecord.


2.         Maintain classroom management for the teacherof record.

a.        Conduct behavior management strategies developedby the teacher of record.  

b.        Organize learning environment to maximizestudent time on task.  

c.        Maintain behavior which is conducive to learning.
d.        Encourage students to develop positive self-concepts.

e.        Follow student behavior intervention plans. 

f.         Collect data on individual student behaviorintervention plans.


3.         Participate in professional responsibilitiesas requested by the teacher of record.

a.        Demonstrate prompt and regular attendance. 

b.        Cooperate with the staff and support thedevelopment of activities and goals of the school.


4.         Ensure proper communication protocol isfollowed as designated by the teacher of record.

a.        Communicate effectively with parents, colleagues,and other school and county level personnel.

b.        Follow teacher's guidelines with regardsto communication.


5.         Follow professional practices consistentwith school and system policies in working with students, student records,parents, and colleagues.

a.         Interact in a professional manner with studentsand parents.

b.         Maintain student confidentiality.

c.         Work cooperatively with all school personneland parents.

d.         Demonstrate a basic understanding of specialeducation programs, legal requirements, and special education terminology.


6.         Comply with district Board of Educationpolicies and the administrative regulations for the state of Georgia.

a.         Conduct assigned classes at the scheduledtime(s).

b.         Enforce regulations concerning student conductand discipline.

c.         Demonstrate punctuality and flexibility.

d.         Follow behavior intervention plans as requested.

e.         Dress in a manner that is consistent withschool policies.

f.           Maintain accurate, complete, andappropriate records and files.

g.         Acknowledge and follow Individual EducationPlans (IEP) requirements.


7.          Demonstrate professional practicesin teaching.

a.         Model correct use of oral and written language.

b.         Follow teacher lesson plans as requiredby school policy.

c.         Assign appropriate tasks and homework tostudents as determined by teacher guidelines and lesson plans.


8.         Act in a professional manner.

a.        Take precautions to protect records, equipment,materials, and facilities.

b.         Assume responsibility for supervising studentsin out-of-class settings.

c.        Participate in meetings, planning sessions,and other professional development opportunities as appropriate.

d.        Support special education students and staffvia classroom instruction, monitoring of student work, student supervision,and preparation of materials.


9.        Assist with the physical needs of specialeducation students when appropriate.

a.        Assist with toileting, feeding, positioning,lifting, dressing, and other self-help skill areas when appropriate.
b.        Ensure safe travel of students within theschool environment and on study trips.

c.        Provide support related to ostomy care, catheterization,and/or other medically related procedures.


10.      Perform other duties as assigned.
   

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use the following physical demands: significant lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; and significant fine finger dexterity. The job is performed under conditions with exposure to risk of injury and/or illness and in a clean atmosphere. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.