Special Education Teacher
International Academy of Saginaw is currently hiring for a Special Education Teacher. Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with Special Education endorsement required.
Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision plans with a low employee contribution. 401K plan available with employer contribution. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD 100% paid by employer!
Would you like to be part of a program that prepares all students for college, values the needs of all students, and helps students build a strong foundation to achieve success in a changing world? Does your passion for teaching and desire to make a difference in the life of a child describe why you chose teaching in the first place? If so, come and be part of our SABIS® educational team at the International Academy of Saginaw (IAS).
The International Academy of Saginaw is a highly regarded institution that provides a high-quality education to a diverse population in the Saginaw metropolitan area. The Academy strives to help all students to achieve their full potential, prepare them for success in college, equip them with the ability and desire for lifelong learning, and strengthen their civic, ethical, and moral values. The Academy maintains high standards of efficiency and accountability throughout its operation.
The Teacher enables the success of student academic achievement through implementation of the SABIS® curriculum and philosophy and through the consistent use of the SABIS® Point System TM of instruction.
The Teacher has an oversight role for all students within the school setting, to ensure a safe academic environment conducive to learning and maintain the professional SABIS® image.
The Teacher ensures proper planning and follow up for the academic progress of all students and works cooperatively with the Student Life and Student Management teams.
The Teacher ensures accurate and timely reporting to the Academic Quality Controller, as required by SABIS® and governmental bodies. The Teacher reports regularly to the Academic Quality Controller regarding students’ performance and challenges, with recommendations for action and a summary of actions taken.
The Teacher fulfills a requirement of 30 student contact hours per week. The primary assignment may be a specific grade level (including homeroom duties) or subject teaching to multiple classes in regular or intensive classes. The Teacher may also be assigned additional non-instructional duties such as proctoring exams or supervising recess or lunch. The Teacher must attend all school functions.
To learn more about International Academy of Saginaw, please visit our website at http://www.ias-sabis.net/.