Special Education Teacher

Roseville Charter School

About the organization

The mission of Roseville Community Charter School is to develop within scholars the character and discipline required to achieve academic excellence in high school, college, and beyond.

Roseville Community Charter School’s mission is rooted in the belief that all children can learn and achieve at high levels when provided with high-quality learning experiences in a challenging and supportive environment. We strongly believe that one’s background should not limit their access to an outstanding education that lays the foundation for admission to and success in college. Thus, it is our daily work to prepare every scholar for academic excellence in high school, college, and beyond.


Exemplify the mission, vision and school-wide expectations, systems, and routines
Create and/or implement rigorous, standards-based lesson plans
Collaborate with colleagues to develop and implement strategies for all students to reach success
Deliver engaging and motivating whole class, small group, and individual instruction
Use frequent formative and summative assessments and data analysis to drive lesson planning and delivery of instruction
Achieve ongoing improvement in students’ academic achievement
Communicate regularly and maintain strong relationships with students and families
Assist in student arrival and departure, transitions between class periods, and lunch periods
Attend a minimum of seven school-wide evening events per year
Continue to develop professionally by seeking and participating in professional development opportunities within and independent of the school environment
Complete other tasks as assigned by the Principal


Qualifications and Certifications
Firm belief in the ability of all students to achieve at high levels, and high expectations for low-income children to become college ready and attend selective universities
New Jersey teacher certification or certificate of eligibility
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
Excellent written and verbal skills
Experience teaching in an urban environment, with demonstrated quantifiable and objective student performance gains that surpass state or local averages
Demonstrated ability to work well in a team, particularly with parents and community members
Self-reflective and analytical problem solver
Openness to feedback, willingness to take personal responsibility, and a desire to learn from others
Unwavering in pursuit of excellence even in the face of difficult opposition and challenges

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]


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