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2023-24 School Year Teaching Opportunities
Princeton, New Jersey, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Education and Training
Specialty School Nurse
Location 19137 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 1/11/24
Position title:
Teachers (Grades K-12)

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Teachers are responsible for ensuring student achievement and learning by delivering appropriate and effective instruction to all assigned students and by providing students with the support and guidance they need to succeed. Teachers must strive for excellence in all facets of instruction and student learning, adjusting instruction to the needs of individual students, including those with IEPs. They must work collaboratively and coordinate instruction and assessment with other staff members. Regular and predictable attendance are essential functions of this position.

SCHEDULE: 7:15 AM to 3:00 PM



Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Providing daily engaging instruction to students in large group settings, small group settings, and one-on-one, using a multitude of instructional strategies
Reviewing and analyzing student data on a daily basis to inform instruction and planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes
Taking responsibility for student progress, constantly working to respond to students learning needs
Preparing and submitting lesson plans on a weekly basis
Maintaining a positive and respectful culture in the classroom
Communicating and upholding school rules, values and expectations in a clear and consistent manner, in and out of the classroom
Communicating with parents and students and responding to issues on a regular basis via phone, e-mail, and in-person, as needed
Consulting with Special Education Teachers to modify lessons and create accommodations for special education students
Grading assessments, recording grades, and providing progress report comments
Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data
Attending Special Education/IEP meetings as needed
Attending professional development activities
Attending or sponsoring at least two school events throughout the year to ensure adequate staff attendance at weekend and evening functions
Ensuring regular and predictable attendance on a daily basis
Other duties as assigned


Current PA Certification in appropriate subject area required
Additional PA teaching certifications preferred
Commitment to urban education and a belief that all students should be held to high academic standards
Strong content knowledge
Highly skilled at teaching a standards-based curriculum and incorporating innovative approaches to instruction
Ability to deliver engaging lessons
Experience in using data to drive instruction and inform decision making
Strong work ethic, positive attitude, teamwork and leadership skills
High physical and emotional energy
Strong technology skills
Excellent time management and multi-tasking skills with the ability to wear many hats
Excellent communication skills
Commitment to diversity and inclusion

The working conditions of a Teacher include:

Very high levels of social interaction, with daily and consistent work with children, parents, and other teachers.
Communicating with people face-to-face on a daily basis, as well as communication through phone, e-mail, letters, and memos.
Working very near others, within a few feet or less, which may result in exposure to diseases and infections, such as colds and influenza.
Exposure to loud sounds and high noise levels on a regular basis.
Responsibility for the health and safety of the children in their school.
Being placed in conflict situations where parents and students might become angry or unpleasant.
Working as part of a team of educators.

Teachers are regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, operate a computer, hand-held learning devices and other office equipment, reach