Bob Hope School is now hiring a Mandarin Chinese Language teacher who is bilingual in English/Mandarin Chinese to work full time beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. The position will be located at the Bob Hope Elementary campus in Beaumont, Texas. Teaching experience is preferred but is not required. Candidate must be willing to become a certified teacher in Texas.
The approximate annualized salary is $45,000. The work hours for this full-time position is expected to be 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with a 45 minute lunch break. Staff development begins August 7, 2019 and the school's start date for the 2019-2020 school year is August 14, 2019. Since the fiscal school year is September 1st through August 31st, the first payroll date of the 2019-2020 school year is September 15, 2019.
Bob Hope School is a growing open-enrollment public charter school (non-profit) providing parents a choice in their child's education. Bob Hope Elementary is a Montessori / Dual-Language campus. Instruction is conducted in a two-way immersion program, where teachers fluent in English teach ELA and those fluent in Spanish teach SLA and are supported by teacher aides with a strong command of both languages. The Mandarin Chinese language is also offered to elementary students to broaden their linguistic abilities. Campuses are located in Port Arthur and Beaumont, Texas. The Hughen Center is the charter holder of Bob Hope School. Bob Hope School District is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to race, gender, age, color, religion, marital status, national origin and disability. E.O.E.
role of the high school principal is to assume responsibility for the
leadership, management, coordination, and administration of the programs of
the high school campus within the framework of the philosophy and objectives
established by Board policy, consistent with statutes and standards of
regulatory agencies, and in accordance with administrative regulations and
Master’s Degree from an accredited
Texas Principal or appropriate Professional Administrator’s
Certified T-TESS Appraiser ·
Hold a valid teaching certificate ·
At least 3 years creditable teaching experience (preferred) ·
Campus administration experience (preferred) SALARY:$76,776.00
- $103,872.00 (contingent upon experience)226
Service DaysHIRE DATE:2019-2020
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Nina LeBlanc, Assistant Superintendent, at409-882-5610,
Primary Purpose: To provide professional development and professional assistance to Local Education Agencies and private school systems within the Region 5 ESC area according to needs assessment and TEA recommendations in the curriculum area of mathematics, as well as provide mathematics and pedagogy training to Teacher Certification Program interns.
• Master's degree required • At least five years of educational experience • Knowledge in all disciplines with emphasis on mathematics • Ability to work as a team member with multiple project activities • Curriculum Alignment experience
• Knowledge of the Mathematics Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) • Knowledge of the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) • Current knowledge of curriculum trends, instructions, technology, assessment, and school system • Professional verbal and written communication skills • Knowledge of SBEC standards • Knowledge of budget management • TEKS Resource System Experience
• Provide training and technical assistance in planning, implementing, and evaluating curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs for LEAs through the identification of campus needs, district needs, and regional needs. • Maintain awareness of new and innovative programs by attending local, regional, state and/or national conferences. • Act as a facilitator of information between TEA, LEAs, and Institutes of higher education, as needed. • Write and/or manage grants for state and/or federal mathematics funding. • Participate in statewide leadership networks and/or groups. • Develop and maintain appropriate data to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of LEA curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs.
• Supervise and oversee the responsibilities of the math program assistant Equipment/Specialized Software Used: • Remain abreast in current technology as it applies to job efficiency and mathematics education
Working Conditions: (Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors):
• Extensive travel, after hours work as necessary, multi-tasking, scheduling • Work cooperatively with a wide range of personalities and diversities • Maintain confidentiality