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Instructional Coach, Elementry - Hmong College Prep Academy

Posted on 2019-11-15 9:45:01 AM

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Elementary Instructional Coach, St. Paul &#183; General Information &#183; Job Title: Elementary Instructional Coach &#183; Location: 1515 Brewster St St. Paul, MN, 55108 &#183; Job Category: Teacher &#183; Required Degree: 4 Year Degree &#183; &#183; Contact Information &#183; Name: Bao Lee &#183; Phone: 651-209-8002 &#183; Email: Bao.Lee@hcpak12.org<mailto:Bao.Lee@hcpak12.org> &#183; Minimum Qualifications: &#183; BA or MA Elementary Teaching Licensure Preferred 5 years of teaching experience and/or 3 years of Teacher Leadership Service in K-12 setting. Other related experience may be considered. &#183; Summary &#183; 12 Months Position Salary: Based on work experience and credentials. Benefits: Benefits are in accordance with the Districts Employment Handbook. Benefits are available to new employees after 30 days of active employment. Benefits include medical insurance, life insurance, sick leave, pension plan, tax-free retirement account, and flexible spending account. Some employee groups also receive vacation, dental insurance and disability insurance. A benefits summary is available at http://hcpak12.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fhcpak12.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cff7cd65bc76d44227b2108d769e2c56e%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637094295007359995&sdata=d08sKIR%2FYbCWv3bXH7zdGM8QusAADXOSLhwU1MVH1eM%3D&reserved=0>. &#183; Overview The instructional coach plays an essential role in collaborating with administration, grade level leads, teachers, other coaches, and school personnel to promote a high-quality, rigorous, positive, and student-focused atmosphere and culture at HCPA. Instructional coaches work alongside teachers and administration actively to ensure that HCPA implements best practices and high-quality instruction in order to increase student engagement, improve academic achievement, and to close the achievement gap. The role of the instructional coach is multi-faceted, but can be best summarized within three main dimensions: 1. Coaching and Instructional Leadership Coaches work both inside and outside the classroom to promote strong instruction and a student-centered perspective. They work to support, train, and coach teachers one-on-one and in small groups to implement and modify curriculum aligned to state content standards and best practices. By providing feedback, resources, and guidance, coaches help bring out the best in the individuals they coach while honing in on what is most important &#8211; creating rigorous and engaging learning opportunities for HCPA students. 2. Planning, Development, and Collaboration Coaches are expert planners and communicators. Working closely with administration, other coaches, and teachers, they work to develop academic unit/lesson plans and pacing, school culture/climate long-range plans, and strategies to target student needs. Coaches help monitor data and assessments to ensure student learning and bring constituents together to facilitate student-focused conversations. 3. School-Wide Professional Development and Initiative Facilitation A coach works to develop professional activities and meetings (clusters) in order to support teacher learning and student growth. A coach can motivate and maintain a growth mindset in the face of challenges, working to facilitate collaborative conversations in district-wide initiatives. Work Environment/Conditions: Reporting for duty: all employees are required to be on duty and ready for students per work schedule as allocated by the direct supervisor. Each employee is assigned a security &#8220;swipe-card&#8221; that keeps a record of all entries and exits. All employees are required to use the swipe-card when entering the building (even the front entrance) and when leaving the building. The attendance program will automatically keep an annual record of the entering and exiting time for all individuals. &#183; Operate standard equipment (computer, fax machine, telephone, copier machines, etc.) &#183; Complete additional job requirements that support and enhance teaching and learning, such as appropriate participation in professional development and training sessions; off-campus sessions, etc. &#183; Fast pace work environment, ability to work 40 hours Other Information: Transcript - Unofficial transcripts are accepted at the time of hire. You must submit official transcripts within 30 days of your start date. Formal credential evaluation is required for post-secondary education completed outside of the United States. Criminal Background Investigation and Reference Checks - Reference checks and a criminal background investigation will be completed as a condition of hire for all new employees and for former employees who have not been employed by the District for more than six months. Equal Employment Opportunity: Hmong College Prep Academy will not deny anyone the opportunity for training or employment because of sex, religion, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability, or status with regard to public assistance. Hmong College Prep Academy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action School District. Come join our team at Hmong College Prep Academy where graduates will be rich in experiences, culture, knowledge & pride and ready for the challenges of college and beyond. If interested in pursuing an instructional coaching opportunity for literacy or mathematics at HCPA, please complete the online application at www.hcpak12.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hcpak12.org&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cff7cd65bc76d44227b2108d769e2c56e%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637094295007359995&sdata=W%2BopKMwYyxeFaqm120nZEDSdQQDnifQABj4kemP01Ik%3D&reserved=0>. Bao Lee Business/Human Resources Coordinator Hmong College Prep Academy 1515 Brewster Street Saint Paul, MN 55108 Main Office: (651) 209-8002 Ext. 8451 Fax: (651) 289-1802 bao.lee@hcpak12.org<mailto:bao.lee@hcpak12.org> &#8220;The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.&#8221; By H. Jackson Brown Jr. Confidentiality Notice: This e-mail and attachment(s) may contain information that is privileged, confidential, and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. Any dissemination, distribution or copying is strictly prohibited without permission from the sender. If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender, and delete all copies immediately.

Elementary Instructional Coach, St. Paul

 

·         General Information

·         Job Title: Elementary Instructional Coach

·         Location:    1515 Brewster St

                   St. Paul, MN, 55108

·         Job Category: Teacher

·         Required Degree: 4 Year Degree

·          

·         Contact Information

·         Name: Bao Lee

·         Phone: 651-209-8002

·         Email: Bao.Lee@hcpak12.org

 

·         Minimum Qualifications:

·          

BA or MA Elementary Teaching Licensure

Preferred 5 years of teaching experience and/or 3 years of Teacher Leadership Service in K-12 setting. Other related experience may be considered.

 

·         Summary

·          

12 Months Position

Salary: Based on work experience and credentials.

Benefits: Benefits are in accordance with the Districts Employment Handbook. Benefits are available to new employees after 30 days of active employment. Benefits include medical insurance, life insurance, sick leave, pension plan, tax-free retirement account, and flexible spending account. Some employee groups also receive vacation, dental insurance and disability insurance. A benefits summary is available at http://hcpak12.org.

 

·         Overview

 

The instructional coach plays an essential role in collaborating with administration, grade level leads, teachers, other coaches, and school personnel to promote a high-quality, rigorous, positive, and student-focused atmosphere and culture at HCPA.  Instructional coaches work alongside teachers and administration actively to ensure that HCPA implements best practices and high-quality instruction in order to increase student engagement, improve academic achievement, and to close the achievement gap. 

 

The role of the instructional coach is multi-faceted, but can be best summarized within three main dimensions: 

 

1.      Coaching and Instructional Leadership

Coaches work both inside and outside the classroom to promote strong instruction and a student-centered perspective.  They work to support, train, and coach teachers one-on-one and in small groups to implement and modify curriculum aligned to state content standards and best practices.  By providing feedback, resources, and guidance, coaches help bring out the best in the individuals they coach while honing in on what is most important – creating rigorous and engaging learning opportunities for HCPA students.

 

2.      Planning, Development, and Collaboration

Coaches are expert planners and communicators.  Working closely with administration, other coaches, and teachers, they work to develop academic unit/lesson plans and pacing, school culture/climate long-range plans, and strategies to target student needs. Coaches help monitor data and assessments to ensure student learning and bring constituents together to facilitate student-focused conversations.

 

3.      School-Wide Professional Development and Initiative Facilitation

A coach works to develop professional activities and meetings (clusters) in order to support teacher learning and student growth.  A coach can motivate and maintain a growth mindset in the face of challenges, working to facilitate collaborative conversations in district-wide initiatives.

 

Work Environment/Conditions:

 

Reporting for duty: all employees are required to be on duty and ready for students per work schedule as allocated by the direct supervisor.  Each employee is assigned a security “swipe-card” that keeps a record of all entries and exits.  All employees are required to use the swipe-card when entering the building (even the front entrance) and when leaving the building.  The attendance program will automatically keep an annual record of the entering and exiting time for all individuals.

·         Operate standard equipment (computer, fax machine, telephone, copier machines, etc.)

·         Complete additional job requirements that support and enhance teaching and learning, such as appropriate participation in professional development and training sessions; off-campus sessions, etc.

·         Fast pace work environment, ability to work 40 hours

 

Other Information:

 

Transcript - Unofficial transcripts are accepted at the time of hire. You must submit official transcripts within 30 days of your start date. Formal credential evaluation is required for post-secondary education completed outside of the United States. Criminal Background Investigation and Reference Checks - Reference checks and a criminal background investigation will be completed as a condition of hire for all new employees and for former employees who have not been employed by the District for more than six months. 

Equal Employment Opportunity: Hmong College Prep Academy will not deny anyone the opportunity for training or employment because of sex, religion, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability, or status with regard to public assistance. Hmong College Prep Academy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action School District.

Come join our team at Hmong College Prep Academy where graduates will be rich in experiences, culture, knowledge & pride and ready for the challenges of college and beyond.

 

If interested in pursuing an instructional coaching opportunity for literacy or mathematics at HCPA, please complete the online application at www.hcpak12.org.

 

 

Bao Lee

Business/Human Resources Coordinator

Hmong College Prep Academy

1515 Brewster Street

Saint Paul, MN 55108

Main Office: (651) 209-8002 Ext. 8451

Fax: (651) 289-1802

bao.lee@hcpak12.org

“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” By H. Jackson Brown Jr.

Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail and attachment(s) may contain information that is privileged, confidential, and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law.  Any dissemination, distribution or copying is strictly prohibited without permission from the sender.  If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender, and delete all copies immediately.