TITLE: INTEGRATED ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR (Position to Begin 2012-2013 School Year)
JOB GOAL(S): The primary job goal of the Integrated English Instructor is to provide applied English instruction to career-technical students. In addition, this instructor will provide appropriate individualized
curriculum to students who need to make up English credit through the credit recovery program and collaborate with career-technical program instructors to provide students with opportunities to
develop employability, job-seeking and related communication skills.
Education: Bachelors degree in secondary education from an accredited college or university required
Certification: Michigan secondary teaching certificate with a major in English or Language Arts required. Additional certification in Math and/or Science a plus.
Work Experience: Previous teaching of English at the high school level and/or work experience in a career-technical center with at-risk populations or alternative education students is preferred.
Skills: *Ability to work in a flexible manner, as a team member, in various settings
*Ability to integrate academic skills into career-technical programs
*Ability to work with all students in non-traditional programs
*Ability to apply academic skills to real world applications in the work place.
*Ability to construct creative, innovative lesson plans, research concepts, and gather curricula on an ongoing basis
*Ability to integrate employability, job-seeking and related communication skills into career-technical programs
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Provide applied English skills, including reading, writing, speaking, listening and language to all appropriately referred students.
2. Develop and deliver individual English credit recovery programs for referred students.
3. Develop and deliver English curriculum for assigned career-technical programs.
4. Crosswalk English content with Common Core State Standards, High School Content Standards, Michigan Merit Curriculum and related curriculum documentation as state and federal requirements and protocols evolve.
5. Assist in delivery of employability, job-seeking and related communication skills for assigned career-technical programs.
6. Manage and maintain teaching support system for assigned students.
7. Utilize and maintain computerized reporting systems.
8. Maintain a roster of students and contact schedule.
9. Monitor student progress on a regular basis and provide data for home school personnel.
10. Identify and maintain a record of appropriate instructional materials, equipment or facility modifications to support training goals.
11. Initiate ongoing communication on student progress with home school personnel and parents.
12. Team with a variety of instructors, prioritize and be able to work with a large volume of students.