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Under the direction of the Site/Program Administrator or his/her designee, BCOE teachers will provide an effective educational program for students in regular, independent study, or special education programs. Teachers of students in infant, preschool, elementary or secondary grades will assess the academic needs and identify the learning styles of their students in order to guide individual and large group instruction; maintain a safe and orderly learning environment; establish school-home relationships; emphasize academic learning utilizing effective instructional strategies, techniques and culturally relevant curriculum to support student achievement.
To meet the learning needs of students, teachers will be part of a systematic collaborative process to analyze student data, thus impacting professional practices that result in improved student learning. Teachers must use an educational process that blends teaching knowledge with student performance, and demonstrate knowledge of the California Standards for the Teaching Profession and the California Academic Content Standards. Teachers will be expected to grow as educational professionals to attain greater confidence in teaching skills.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: [May include, but are not limited to the following]
1. Implement research-based programs that show consistent and continued gains in student learning and mastery of academic skills
2. Design and develop an educational environment that accommodates an instructional learning program for students based on individual and group learning styles
3. Implement grade level appropriate instructional techniques to foster self-esteem and academic success for students
4. Use academically culturally appropriate resources and curriculum to guide instruction
5. Collaboratively develop and responsibly implement individualized educational plans (IEP)
6. Facilitate community outreach
7. Support and participate in activities of Parent Advisory Councils or Site Councils
8. Collaborate as a member of an educational Professional Learning Community
9. Set up accountability systems for formative assessments and evaluations of progress, achievement, attitude and/or behavior differences of students
10. Work with staff, volunteers, tutors, interns, and parents to assist with program implementation.
11. Participate in professional in-service training activities
12. Use multiple assessments to identify, monitor, assess, and evaluate academic achievement of students

1. Use advanced skills in the development of innovative instructional strategies that actively engage students and have a comprehensive understanding of California Academic Content Standards, demonstrate skills in effective classroom/behavior management, employ differentiated instruction to meet needs of specific student populations (ELD, Special Education, low performing, gifted), use assessment data to guide instruction to support student learning and achievement, implement standards-based curriculum and instruction
2. Establish and maintain positive relationships with parents, families and community representatives of students enrolled
3. Establish effective working relationships with community agencies in support of educational, social and emotional needs of students
4. Build success with students in fostering civic responsibility and developing positive self-concept
5. Have knowledge and experience with differentiated instruction and the incorporation of technology into the classroom environment
6. Be experienced in the use of the California Content Standards in everyday instruction
7. Have ability to perform duties as per specific job description below
1. Must possess a valid California Driver’s License and liability insurance.

1. A California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction of students (as appropriate for the specific assignment) (See credential statement at the bottom of this recruitment)
2. Possess or be eligible for EL authorization
3. Experience working with at-risk students preferred
4. Hold or be qualified as a NCLB (No Child Left Behind) Highly Qualified Teacher in core subjects or self-contained classroom (as appropriate for specific assignment)
Moderate/Severely Disabled (SH/ED)
• Hold or qualify for an Internship Program for a California Education Specialist Instruction Credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities or hold a California Specialist Credential in Special Education for the Severely Handicapped
• Possess or be eligible for EL authorization
• Willingness and ability to provide medical and toileting procedures on students when needed.
• Knowledge of Special Education Law, Federal and State
• Knowledge of California Alternative Performance Assessment (CAPA) blueprint
• Knowledge of and ability to participate in Individual Education Plans (IEP) meetings for students.
• Supervise/train paraprofessionals supporting special needs students
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.
Upon offer of employment you will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR consent to weekly testing

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:
or Intern Eligibility Letter from CTC-approved Intern Program
Upon offer of employment proof of a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance will be required

How To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply online at:

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: Associate's
Driver's License Required: Yes
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks