K-8 Teacher

ReGeneration Schools

About the organization

ReGeneration Schools is a nonprofit school management organization that revitalizes schools through a college prep and character mission. We manage three K-8 elementary Chicago International Charter Schools (CICS) on the south-side of Chicago, IL: CICS Avalon, CICS Basil, and CICS Washington Park, and are opened our first Cincinnati school in Fall 2019. ReGeneration currently serves over 1,600 low-income students, with over 93% of our students identifying as African-American. We are dedicated to closing the opportunity gap because we believe the only way for our society to build a better democracy is by rebuilding America’s schools.

Duties

We are looking for Elementary School and Middle School Teachers in Cincinnati (K-2) and Chicago (K-8) The primary responsibility of our teachers is to the implementation and development of ReGenerations’ curriculum and the success of their students. We seek teachers who have superior content knowledge,a track record of providing excellent learning experiences that deepens students’understanding of multiple literacy concepts, and are committed to continuously
improving their practice through collaboration. We have openings for lead teacher, co-teacher, diverse learner teacher.

Responsibilities:
Implement curricula and activities to meet academic standards
Design, implement and use informal and formal assessments to measure
progress of students
Use data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices.
Work collaboratively with school team to determine instructional and social
needs of students that ensures success, and promotes students’ well-being
Participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities,
and school-wide functions
Collaborate with fellow teachers to create a friendly and safe environment
demonstrating shared responsibility for achievement
Adhere to and support all school policies to enforce school core values, high
expectations, and strict code of conduct
Set and attain ambitious student achievement and social-emotional
benchmarks.
Model and encourage appropriate student behavior

Qualifications

Believes low-income students can become college and career ready
High expectations for personal and team performance
Flexible to changing priorities and conditions
Demonstrate initiative and creativity
Organized and ability to multi-task to meet deadlines
Communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing
Demonstrate mastery of academic subjects and behavioral interventions
1-5 years of teaching experience in an urban setting
Bachelor Degree from an accredited institution required (submit a copy of
unofficial transcript with application).

Salary

competitive; varies by experience

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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