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TEACh Strong Program - Accepting Applications
Accepted applicants will participate in an intensive six-week summer training (May 27-July 9) consisting of enrichment programs, hands-on work experience, and a comprehensive professional development curriculum.
The purpose of this program is to prepare and equip participants to teach math and science in high-needs secondary schools and make an immediate impact on the students they will serve. Application Deadline: May 1, 2020.
Teacher for Students with Visual Impairments (TVI)
Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ Division of Exceptional Student Education announces immediate openings for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI). These are itinerant teaching positions requiring the teacher to travel to the students and are assigned schools to provide direct and/or consultative special education services relating to visual impairments. These services enable the students to learn in classroom and community environments. Services may be provided in child-care settings (within district boundaries). The students range in age from three (3) through 22 years of age, and may or may not have additional disabilities. The cognitive levels of the students range from severely impaired to gifted and talented.
Applicants must have experience working with visually impaired children and possess or meet qualifications for Visually Impaired (grades K-12) certification from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE). Interested candidates should send a cover letter, résumé and copy of their state certificate to Ms. Lissett Robayna, Director, Community Outreach, Exceptional Student Education at LRobayna@dadeschools.net .
Highly Qualified Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and Reading Teachers Wanted: The Office of Instructional Recruitment and Staffing is maintaining databases of highly qualified ESE and Reading teachers. These databases will be used to keep eligible applicants up to date on current and anticipated vacancies districtwide. If you are highly qualified ESE or Reading teacher seeking employment, we want to hear from you.
School Operations: The Division of Adult and Workforce Education is seeking part-time District teachers who would be interested in working with adult students in the evenings at one of our adult education school sites. The positions are District-wide and interested individuals should send their resumes to Ms. Carlena Mitchell, Staff Specialist, Division of Adult and Workforce Education at email@example.com.
Restorative Justice Practices (RJP) Coaches are needed for several schools within the District. These positions are part-time and require a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree. RJP Coaches will work to motivate others through professional development, must be willing to travel, and participate in Restorative Practices Training. For additional job responsibilities and requirements, click here. If interested and eligible, please email Ms. Erika Urbanik at firstname.lastname@example.org and include RJP Coach in the subject line.
Curriculum Support Specialist Opening: School Operations is looking for a Curriculum Support Specialist to assist Adult Education with planning, delivering and presenting District training for assessment personnel, administrators, instructional and clerical personnel. Additional responsibilities include providing support for national, state and district assessment policies, procedures and staff certification, overseeing student data, and offering ongoing technical support to schools. Candidates must hold a valid Florida Teaching Certificate. If interested and eligible, please contact Ms. Carlena Mitchell, Staff Specialist, School Operations-Division of Adult & Workforce Education at (305) 548-4044 or email@example.com.
For more information about these and other immediate vacancies, please contact:
Office of Instructional Recruitment
1450 NE 2nd Ave, RM 150
Miami, FL 33132
Ms. Ana Flores
Ms. Sandra Castellon
Ms. Coral Martincavage
Ms. Jacqueline Ortiz-Villafane