K - 8 STEM Teacher
FRUITPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO EMPLOY (Updated 12/5/2019)
POSITION: K - 8 STEM Teacher
LOCATION: Fruitport Community Schools (multiple buildings)
- Must possess a valid Michigan teaching certificate in Elementary Education: ZG
- Preferred endorsements: NR, TE, DI
- Demonstrated experience in a STEM field preferred
- Supporting, delivering or implementing a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) instruction K - 8.
- Exhibit a high level of enthusiasm for the work and innovation in thinking around education in STEM disciplines
- Must follow district and state curricula and assessment requirements.
- Knowledge and ability to effectively apply the Common Core Standards to STEM activities.
- Ability to work collaboratively as a team member of an effective Professional Learning Community (PLC)
- Knowledge and ability to implement project- or problem -based lessons
- Demonstrated and dynamic skills in the use of technology
- Knowledge of and ability to implement on a regular basis cooperative learning strategies and flexible grouping strategies.
- Willingness to support STEM initiatives throughout the district.
- Willing to work collaboratively with teams of teachers (including special education teachers).
- Knowledge of Positive Behavior Interventions & Support (PBIS).
- Follow and implement all Board of Education policies, administrative guidelines and building regulations.
- Willing to perform other duties as necessary and/or directed by the principal, including after school or evening activities.
Internal candidates interested in applying for this position may do by sending a letter of interest to Superintendent, Bob Szymoniak, 3255 E. Pontaluna Rd, Fruitport, MI 49415.
External candidates may apply online or in person, paper applications are available at Central Office on the West end of Edgewood Elementary. To apply online, create an Applitrack account and submit the application at Muskegon Applitrack.
DATE OF POSTING: December 5, 2019
DATE POSTING ENDS: December 16, 2019
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, height, weight, marital or family status, religion, military status ancestry, genetic information or any other legally protected category (collectively, "Protected Classes"), in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.