This position will
work approx. 20% doing Coaching, 40% as Assess Coord., and
40% Curr/Teach Framworks. Will work with Administration to
create cohesion, articulation, and alignment with
Under general direction, to assist in the planning, development,
and implementation of the guidelines and procedures pertaining
to the school site instructional staff in relation to at-risk
readers; to serve as a resource concerning curriculum and
instruction matters and as a communication link to instructional
personnel; and to do other related functions as directed,
including reading interventions with groups and individuals of
students as needed in relation to other job duties.
This position classification requires subject matter expertise
commonly associated with teaching and instruction. Directly
related teaching and instruction experience is required to
perform demonstration teaching, in-service training, and problem
analysis using prescribed principles, methods and concepts. The
position classification performs decision analysis and makes
decisions of considerable consequence, in determining how best to
aid other teachers.
The functional role of
this position classification requires the application and
interpretation of data, facts, procedures, and policies.
The incumbent meets frequently with school administrators,
teachers, and other staff to communicate information, data, and
alternative problem solutions. This is a sedentary
position classification that performs light work that involves
sitting a considerable portion of the time, but does require
walking and standing for extended periods. This position
requires accurate perceiving of sound, near and far vision,
depth perception, handling and working with materials and
objects, and providing oral information.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a
disability to perform the essential functions of the job.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Plan, organize, coordinate, and participate in the school site
curriculum and instruction process.
Plan, organize, and coordinate subject area instructional
delivery system in accordance with District policies,
regulations and guidelines.
Assist in the establishment of site plans and instructional
goals and result objectives.
Establish a collaborative planning, problem solving and problem
solution generation process.
Participate with site personnel in the review of department
proposed textbooks and related instructional material, and
instructional apparatus and equipment.
Perform a variety of communication activities both within and
without the site.
Assist site personnel in the development of professional growth
goals and activities.
Delivery of direct instruction and interventions to
May assist site personnel in the utilization of appropriate
student behavior management skills.
Confer with, counsel, and advise site administrators
concerning site activities and special project programs and
May make recommendations to revise, update, and incorporate
creative and innovative trends into the District curriculum
and instruction processes, functions and activities.
: Principles, goals, and objectives of public education; Methods,
techniques, procedures, and strategies concerning the development
and maintenance of effective instructional delivery systems;
Modern trends pertaining to curriculum and instructional
processes and strategies;
: Provide specialized resource support and coordination of site
personnel; Analyze and assess site program needs, and offer
recommendations pertaining to program revisions, additions, or
deletions; Participate in the evaluation of the District master
education plan and integrated site instructional plans;
Understand and carry out oral and written directions with minimal
accountability controls; Communicate effectively in oral and
written form; Establish and maintain effective organization,
community, and public relationships.
Any combination of experience and training that would likely
provide the required knowledge and skill is qualifying. A typical
way to obtain the required knowledge and skill would be:
: Three-five years primary (K-3) teaching experience or Title I
experience working with at-risk readers.
: Preferred possession of an earned masters or higher degree from
an accredited college or university in department subject matter
areas or related field of education/curriculum development.
Possession or ability to obtain a valid Colorado teacher