Full-Time Collegiate High School Faculty, Mathematics
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
Duties and Responsibilities
The Collegiate High School Faculty position at the NWFSC Collegiate High School (CHS) is a full-time, 40-hour/week, from 8:00 AM –4:30 PM, instructional position under the supervision of the Assistant Principal of the Collegiate High School.
All faculty must stay up to date with professional trends in the teaching field and help facilitate the continual change that may be required to keep instruction current and relevant.
- Provides individualized classroom instruction to charter school students using research-based instructional practices. Instruction includes preparation for standardized testing and End of Course Exams.
- Provides supervision and academic support to Collegiate High School students throughout the school day and during after-school activities.
- Monitors students’ progress in high school and college classes, and in meeting the Florida State Standards
- Works harmoniously and collaboratively with other high school and college faculty and staff to assure students’ success.
- Responds to all correspondence from parents, supervisors, students, and colleagues in a timely manner.
- Participates in reflective practices and applies feedback from supervisors.
- Uses assessment data including required Florida state testing, EOCs, PERT, and other standardized and authentic data to assess student progress and prescribe and implement improvement strategies.
- Maintains accurate and appropriate academic records. Grades a minimum of one assignment per week and enters all grades into FOCUS School Software and/or Canvas weekly for student accountability and parental progress monitoring.
- Stays current on and follows all Collegiate High School policies and procedures and assists in the annual review of school handbook, website, and correspondence materials to ensure information remains current, relevant, and accessible.
- Attends, assists, supports, plans, and helps execute events and activities outside of the school day to include, but not limited to open house, prom, showcase, senior activities, award ceremonies, convocation, high school and college graduations, and recruitment activities in the community.
- Ensures professional, timely communication with CHS faculty/staff, students, and parents.
- Develops, revises, evaluates, and implements Collegiate High School curriculum.
- Attends and actively participates in faculty meetings, mandated training, and professional development opportunities.
- Seeks out and participates in professional development and continuing education activities to maintain and build skills and knowledge related to use of technology and teaching best practices, to include QEP and CITL events.
- Serves as a member of the Collegiate High School Assessment and Accountability Team
- Teaches WOW Week (orientation week) and Minimester (end-of-spring term) classes as assigned.
- Serves as an advocate and positive representative in the community for the Collegiate High School mission and the students.
- Serves as a Collegiate High School club sponsor as assigned.
- Serves as Collegiate High School Capstone advisor as needed.
- Participates in and complies with all mandatory and directed safety practices, drills, and training.
- Completes assigned tasks, duties by due dates.
- As a part of the college’s risk management tool, completes annual mandatory compliance training.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- College paid health insurance for employee, dependent coverage at employee’s expense.
- College paid basic life insurance for employee, additional coverage for employee and/or dependents at employee’s expense.
- College paid retirement with 3% employee contribution to the Florida Retirement System (FRS)
- Optional dental and vision insurance at employee’s expense
- Sick Leave accrual
- Time off for designated holidays, winter break, and spring break
- Free tickets to designated Mattie Kelly Arts Center and Raider Athletic events.
- Master’s Degree is required with 18 graduate hours in the subject taught or a graduate degree in education in the specific subject area taught.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Familiarity with current instructional technology strategies
- Florida secondary teaching certification in the subject area or qualifications to acquire one.
- Familiarity with the Florida State Standards and state testing format and criteria
- Experience in using student assessment data to make curriculum decisions.
- Minimum two years full-time teaching experience at the high school or college level preferred
How to ApplyPlease provide a complete application package that includes all of the following:
- NWFSC Application.
- A cover letter explaining why you consider yourself qualified for this position.
- Copies of unofficial transcripts.
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