Springfield Public Schools seeks outstanding candidates for the position of full time Grade K-5 Elementary Academic Interventionist (Title I Reading Teacher) pool at various elementary schools. Qualified candidates will be contacted by the District as sites are identified.
About the District
Springfield Public Schools is located in Springfield, Oregon, in the heart of the Willamette Valley, and serves 185 square miles of the city of Springfield and East/Central Lane County. We are directly to the east of Eugene, where the University of Oregon is located. We currently have over 10,000 students, 1,446 staff members including 645 teachers in our kindergarten through grade 12 school district.
Springfield Public Schools believes that student success isour most important outcome. The success of our students depends on the collective community coming together to support every student, every day throughout their K-12 education. From the time a student is greeted by the bus driver in the morning to the last bell in the afternoon, Springfield Public Schools is committed to meeting the needs of each child.
About the Position
Academic Interventionists will fill the role traditionally referred to as ‘Title I Teacher’. The Academic Interventionist must have a fundamental understanding of the concepts of RtI associated with reading instruction (and all academic areas). This includes tiered structures and how interventionist and special education staff fit into building-wide supports for students. The Academic Interventionist is a critical member of the building level literacy team and specialist team. It is an expectation that the Interventionist will inform building wide instructional practices, guide grade level academic teams, and provide direct support for students who require supplemental instruction.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Understanding of the critical aspects of MTSS structures and practices. This includes RtI and PBIS
Knowledge and experience with elementary-aged students
Ability to effectively manage and supervise students and their work
Ability to instruct in a small group setting
Ability to establish effective working relationships with staff, colleagues, students,
parents and the community
Strong student management skills and the ability to establish a sound system of
Knowledge of positive and effective communication and collaboration skills
Ability to lead and manage a team of instructional Educational Assistants
Ability to provide building leadership around literacy, with team and Principal support/
A valid State of Oregon teaching license for elementary-aged students
A reading endorsement
Experience with multi-tiered systems of support for academics (RtI) and
Posting Opens: Thursday, March 19, 2020
Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Application Review: Monday, April 13, 2020
Tagged as: Coach, Teacher, Trainer
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