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**See important credentialing information at the end of this announcement**
WORK YEAR: Full time: 7 hours per day/ Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 3:30 pm/11 months/183 days annually (Prorated upon hire)

START DATE: As soon as possible after the interview

SALARY: Salary Schedule 4, $241.43 to $588.56 daily. Placement dependent
on experience and education. Annual stipend pay: Master’s $1200 or Doctorate $2000 (Prorated upon hire) Newly hired personnel will be credited on a year-for-year basis with a maximum of eleven (11) years of verified certificated experience for previous public or private service if such service has been rendered under contract in an accredited system. For experience exceeding eleven (11) and up to nineteen (19) years, personnel will be credited with one (1) year additional step placement for every two years of experience, not to exceed sixteen (16) steps at initial placement.

BENEFITS: Generous benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, and Vision for employees and dependents. Sick leave accrued. Employer-paid life insurance is provided. This position qualifies for CalSTRS retirement. The employee contribution rate for CalSTRS is either 10.25% or 10.205% of monthly earnings depending on the membership date.

AREA OF ASSIGNMENT: Come Back Butte Charter – Oroville, CA

TO APPLY: Visit:

DEADLINE: This position is open until filled; to receive full consideration, please apply by Monday, November 28, 2022

Under the direction of the Program Administrator or his/her designee, the County Community School teacher provides learning experiences for at-risk youth in, but not limited to: academics, social and emotional growth/development, character building, job skills, and career planning. County Community
School teachers will partner with various agencies such as county probation, mental health, foster youth, and others as needed to support the well-being of the whole child

Teachers will participate in a systematic collaborative process with school site teachers and staff along with other County teachers to analyze student data to enhance professional practices resulting in improved student achievement. The County Community school teacher will work diligently to assess and meet each student’s learning and academic needs to guide instruction; maintain a safe and orderly learning environment; establish school-home relationships; emphasize academic learning utilizing effective instructional strategies, and culturally relevant curriculum to support student achievement.

Due to the wide range in aptitude, background knowledge, experience, skills, and achievement, instruction is provided at various grade and skill levels using differentiated materials and instructional practices. Instruction is based on building the educational and social success of the group or particular individual, including an emphasis on student resiliency and targeted instruction for at-risk students.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: (May include, but are not limited to the following)
1. Provide individualized instruction and intervention for at-risk youth in a variety of core subjects and specialized subject areas as assigned to prepare students for transitions and promotion/graduation
2. Facilitate groups to provide instruction and guidance on special programs such as alcohol and drug abuse, anger management, and others
3. Provide an enriched learning environment through the use of special programs/activities, technology, audiovisual aids, auxiliary books, and materials
4. Utilize effective character-based strategies to provide a safe, quality environment for students
5. Participate and collaborate as a member of an educational Professional Learning Community, as well as in advisory committees, staff meetings, staff development, yard duty, bus duty, clubs, coaching, other extracurricular activities, and special projects as assigned
6. Mentor students to foster self-esteem and academic success
7. Guide and support site staff and volunteers assigned to the program

1. Alternative Education and Community school regulations and guidelines
2. Effective teaching methods and practices
3. Community resources to meet the needs of at-risk students
4. Identify current issues and trends in alternative education programs and effectively utilize this information in program coordination and improvement
5. Assessments about student achievement and social-emotional awareness and growth

1. Motivate students
2. Gain the respect, interest, and cooperation of students
3. Maintain a safe environment that is conducive to learning
4. Assist students in developing problem-solving skills
5. Utilize positive classroom discipline approaches
6. Develop a collaborative relationship with general education schools to support successful student transitions
7. Work cooperatively with staff, parents, families, and community partners to assist with program implementation
8. Communicate effectively orally and in writing
9. Recognize the needs of students in difficult circumstances and effectively support them in a learning and/or recreational environment
10. Build success with students in fostering civic responsibility and developing a positive self-concept
11. Model communication and interactions that respect individuality including ethnicity, socioeconomic status, language, learning abilities, gender, and sexual identity
12. Maintain accurate records

1. Valid California teaching credential authorizing teaching in a self-contained classroom (e.g., Multiple Subject, Standard Elementary)
2. Must possess a valid California Driver’s License and liability insurance
3. Willingness to work in nontraditional school settings with at-risk students

1. Experience and/or training working with at-risk youth
2. Knowledge and experience in the design and implementation of behavior modification techniques
3. Valid English Learner authorization (e.g., CLAD, BCLAD, or SDAIE)

Occasional (less than 25%)
• Ability to bend and twist, stoop, and kneel
• Ability to lift 40 pounds
• Ability to carry 25 pounds
• Ability to stand for extended periods
Often (25 – 50%)
• Sufficient mobility to move about the work environment
• Ability to drive to various sites
• Drive and use commercial transportation to visit sites throughout California
Very Frequent (76%)
• Sufficient mobility to move around a classroom to observe students and staff
• Ability to stand and move around an office
• Ability to work at a desk, conference table, or in meetings of various configurations.
• Ability to see for purposes of reading printed matter and observing staff
• Ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels
• Ability to communicate so others will be able to clearly understand
• Ability to operate office equipment
• Ability to reach in all directions
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

NOTE: This list of essential functions and physical requirements is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary by the requirements of the job.

1. To comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new employees must provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States.
Please note that you may be required to test for COVID-19 if exposed to a positive case

Online applications only; no paper copies will be accepted. All online applications must be accompanied by the following attachments;
Incomplete applications will not be accepted
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Three Letters of Recommendation, current letters preferred
• Transcripts
• Copy of credential from the CTC website:

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: None