Oakland School for the Arts: HS Math Teacher Opening
Position: High School Math Teacher – All Levels
2018-19 Open Call - Full time
Oakland School for the Arts (OSA) is a dynamic, thriving, diverse charter school in an
urban environment that serves approximately 775 students in grades 6-12. We are
seeking applicants for high school math teachers to join our outstanding faculty for
’18-’19 school year.
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Knowledge and Skills:
- Knowledge of and experience teaching in accordance with Common Core Math standards and Mathematical Practices as well as assessment
- Experience teaching College Preparatory Math (CPM) a plus. New hires will need to take one week training during the summer
- An unwavering commitment to students and the school community
- Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability and desire to work collaboratively with the school community, including students, staff and parents
- The desire and ability to contribute to student and community life inside and outside the classroom
- Ability to integrate theory with practice in designing and implementing appropriate learning strategies for each student
- Collaborate with peers to enhance the instructional environment
- Model professional and ethical standards when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community
- Familiarity with interdisciplinary curriculum and teaching in an urban environment
- Commitment to professional development
- The ideal candidate must be committed to our vision and possess excellent classroom management skills
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- California Teacher Credential in Math with English Learner Authorization or ability to obtain an Interim Credential
- Experience working successfully with high school age students
Salary based on qualifications and experience, benefits package competitive. Hard to fill position.
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OSA does not discriminate in any program, activity, or in employment on the basis of
actual or perceived age, sex, race, ethnic background, veteran status, ancestry,
pregnancy, national origin, physical or mental disability, medical information, marital
status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender or religion.