High School History Teacher (Rochester)
Uncommon Schools Rochester Prep is changing history for students in Rochester. Be a part of our movement as a High School History Teacher and you'll join a team committed to closing the achievement gap and setting students up for success in college and beyond. #ChangeHistory with us. Apply today.
HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY TEACHER
High School History Teachers hold primary responsibility for the implementation and development of Uncommon's curriculum and the success of its students. Therefore, Uncommon Schools seeks teachers who are committed to continuously improving curriculum and instruction through collaboration as part of a grade level team. We are seeking teachers for the following subject areas:
- World History teachers
- U.S. History teachers
- AP U.S. History teachers
- U.S. Government teachers
- High School History Teacher will implement curricula and activities to meet academic standards;
- High School History Teacher will Design and implement assessments that measure progress towards academic standards
- High School History Teacher will Use assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices;
- High School History Teacher will participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions to build staff culture;
- High School History Teacher will Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior;
- High School History Teacher will develop and maintain positive, strong classroom culture
- High School History Teacher will hone instructional practices and be accountable for students' mastery of academic standards;
- High School History Teacher will Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues; and
- High School History Teacher will participate in an annual three-week staff orientation and professional development to improve instruction and culture practices.
- Drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of the classroom;
- Proven track-record of high achievement in the classroom;
- Mastery of and enthusiasm for academic subjects;
- Evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player;
- Bachelor's degree is required; Master's degree is preferred; and
- Minimum of two years teaching experience in an urban public school or charter school setting preferred
- By the time that employment begins, candidates must have received a Bachelor's degree from a College or University. For teaching roles in New York and Massachusetts, candidates must have also earned a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher by the time employment begins. For teaching roles in New Jersey, the candidates must have earned a cumulative 2.75 GPA (for candidates graduating before September 1, 2016) or 3.0 (for candidates graduating on or after September 1, 2016).
We offer a generous compensation package. All staff members are equipped with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated work space, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary supplies.
The foregoing information is requested for mandatory government reporting purposes only. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.
Please note that your application will not be saved until you click "submit" at the end of the application question set. Unfortunately, you will not be able to save your resume or answers as you go along. Please take this into consideration. You are welcome to open the application, copy and paste the questions into a Word Document, and then copy and paste your answers into our application once they are complete. Additionally, if you leave your application before beginning the question set, you will need to upload your resume again in order to move forward with the process upon returning. Thanks in advance for the time you are taking to apply to Uncommon Schools.
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