Boerum Hill School
French Language Acquisition Teacher Position
Overview Program:
The Boerum Hill School for International Studies, an International Baccalaureate World School, aims to create a better and more peaceful world through the study of language - to celebrate and understand cultural perspectives and empower our future leaders to develop innovative solutions that impact the world. Our focus is to enhance student French proficiency and experience of language by meeting students where they are, whether they are beginners or fluent. An increase in their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills will build a community of bilingual /biliterate/bicultural students who will gain the necessary tools to solve world problems and compete in a global society.
Position Description:
We are looking for NYC DOE certified French Teacher to teach in our Middle School or High School (grades 6-12). The position requires someone who will work with their colleagues to develop curriculum and daily lesson aligned to the International Baccalaureate teaching framework. We are looking for someone who is fluent and bilingual in French and English. Candidates should have a passion for teaching and have a global perspective and see the importance of language as a tool, to communicate and unite people and cultures around the world. We are looking for an educator who is:
  • committed to ensuring that every child succeeds;
  • an inclusive educator who embraces multilingualism;
  • a nurturing instructor committed to teaching and reaching all children;
  • a critical thinker who inspires children to think deeply;
  • a dynamic team player who understands that working with others benefits their students, their school, and their own practice.
Please send your resume and cover letter to samantha.schmoeger@k497.org

PS 05 - Dr. Ronald Mcnair School

Public School 5 is a growing community of active learners making a difference in the lives of every student. Our school has many exciting features that makes our school unique in this changing community. Our new Dual French Program is just one of many stars we are adding to our framework of EXCELLENCE. We are currently looking for a French Teacher who has:

  • An energetic, fun, caring teacher willing to join a growing community of active learners developing their mastery of pedagogical learning.
  • Motivated to enhance the life and educational experience of all students.
  • Fresh ideas, a love for learning, and a need to make choices that lead to the overall well being of students.
  • A spirit to allow students to develop a love for learning providing them with experiences that create lasting educational memories.
Based on the above description and if you meet all of the Department of Education Teacher qualifications and willing to be a part of our growing community, please contact our Hiring Team or Ms. Van at 718-218-2444 Ext 0 or email your resume to lgates@schools.nyc.gov

Commack Public Schools

Human Resources Office

The Commack School District seeks qualified applicants for the positions of:

World Language Teachers

  • Probationary French/Spanish Teacher
  • Part Time Spanish Teacher

Start Date September 1, 2019

The NYS Dual Certification Required. All applicants should send a letter of Interest by May 23, 2019 to:

Mr. Daniel E. Laub, Administrative Assistant for District Office

Fax: 631-912-2017 / e-mail: opportunities@commack.k12.ny.us

PS 58 - The Carroll School

We are seeking a highly qualified fluent French-speaking teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This position is for a well established dual language program at PS 58 in Brooklyn where instruction in all subjects happens in both French and English. 

Qualifications required: Permanent US citizenship or green card; New York State certification in early childhood, childhood education, ESL and/or FSL; Fluency in written and spoken French, Experience working with young children; Excellent communication skills; Eager to collaborate with hard working teachers.

Qualifications preferred: New York State extension in Bilingual Education – French; Knowledge of bilingual education or ESL.

Please send your resume and cover letter in English and a French writing sample to aleman@ps58online.org

New York French American Charter School

Position Title: Middle School Math Teacher

Reports To: Principal

NYFACS OVERVIEW:

The New York French American Charter School is a Prek - 7 school, located in the heart of Harlem and the Francophone community. Comprised of parents, teachers and families from over 80 different countries and nationalities around the world, the school provides lessons in cultural diversity alongside a strong bi-lingual education in an immersive environment. We offer immersive French classes to non-French speakers and through our ICT classes we are the only school in the U.S to offer immersive French courses to children with special needs.

Job Requirements:

  • Build a classroom culture in which students love math
  • Provide clear and consistently high-quality math instruction for all students
  • Create instructional lesson plans and classroom activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in a meaningful learning experience
  • Manage and support an organized and professional classroom that is conducive to learning.
  • Implement instructional strategies and resources that are aligned with the rigor of the Common Core to meet the needs of all students, including those with varying backgrounds, learning styles and special needs
  • Motivate students to think critically and take ownership over their own learning
  • Drive academic outcomes by analyzing student work and studying data, and implementing high-leverage instructional moves to ensure dramatic gains for all students
  • Support student and school needs in preparing to be successful on the NYS State Exam
  • Develop strong relationships with parents and students to create investment in school culture and academics
  • Maintain effective and efficient data gathering procedures
  • Meet professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, honoring schedules and collaborating effectively with co-teachers and colleagues

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is required; Masters degree preferred
  • A minimum of 2 years teaching experience is required; experience in an urban school setting in which the students were selected by lottery and not by entrance exam or by discretionary criteria is preferred
  • Hold NYS certification in content area or working towards certification is preferred
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Passionate about teaching and learning your subject area

Compensation:

Competitive salary package commensurate with education and experience plus excellent Benefits package

Position Title: Elementary/Middle School Assistant Principal

Reports To: Principal

 

NYFACS OVERVIEW:

The New York French American Charter School is Prek-6 school, located in the heart of Harlem and the Francophone Community. Comprised of parents, teachers and families from over 80 different countries and nationalities around the world, the school provides lessons in cultural diversity alongside a strong bi-lingual education in an immersive environment. We offer immersive French classes to non-French speakers and through our ICT classes we are the only school in the U.S to offer immersive French courses to children with special needs.

The Position:

The position requires an educational leader, with a highly developed level of interpersonal empathy. The successful candidate will be able to navigate complex cultures, and demonstrate an international mind-set. He/she will bring a rich experience with national and international curricular frameworks. Personal attributes expected include self-motivation, the ability to think both strategically and tactically, and the flexibility to successfully work within a diverse and demanding school environment.

In partnership with the School Principal, the Assistant Principal will:

  • Understand and can articulate the school’s Mission and Guiding Principles to students, faculty, families, staff, and the public outside the school
  • Promote the School’s educational philosophy, initiatives, and the development and sustainability of a collective and vibrant middle school community
  • Demonstrate an understanding of what is required to develop small, supportive, professional learning communities
  • Encourage and designs opportunities for collaborative decision-making among faculty, students, families, and staff
  • Encourage and creates opportunities for healthy critique
  • Engage enthusiastically with and responds positively to the needs of students, faculty, families, and staff
  • Support the principal in all his/her responsibilities and for the on-going improvement of the school in optimizing the learning of all students
  • Be responsible for the smooth running of the school in the Principal’s absence, including daily communication to teachers
  • Support the principal to place students in appropriate grades, homerooms, classes and other programs, and in such support systems as determined appropriate by teachers, and following up on the progress of those students who have been referred
  • Help coordinate security and safety procedures
  • Support the Principal to direct, supervise, and evaluate and appraise faculty and staff in accordance with the standards, policies and practices of the School

Duties and Responsibilities:

Student Support and Success

  • Meet with advisors and counselors who need additional support regarding students of concern socially or behaviorally
  • Meet with students, teachers, and parents to support students with repeated or more serious behavioral concerns
  • Lead communication with parents regarding discipline
  • Meet weekly with the referral team to oversee support for all students with academic and/or social emotional concerns

Faculty and Staff

  • Goal setting and observation of teachers in collaboration with the Principal
  • Meet weekly with all grade level teams regarding implementation of Advisory Program
  • Manage annual schedule for the School
  • Analyze needs for schedule changes for following year driven by curricula, staffing, space needs of the School
  • Assist School Principal in the recruiting and selection of all faculty

Curriculum

  • Lead Professional Development for teachers & staff
  • Work with School Principal to oversee changes and implementation of curriculum
  • Assist in presentation of curriculum information to parents (e.g. curriculum evenings, parent coffees)

Education, Work Experience, and Skills Requirements

  • M.A. or M.Ed. in educational leadership, administration and supervision, curriculum and instruction, or related field
  • New York School Building Leader Certification
  • Experience in a leadership role, preferably in an international, multi-lingual setting
  • Excellent leadership, inter-personal, communication skills
  • Experience leading and implementing social emotional programs to promote academic success
  • Teaching experience in a middle school, preferably in an international, multi-lingual setting
  • Knowledge of current research in education, administration and supervision
  • Experience evaluating and appraising teachers, preferably in an international setting
  • Effective management of conflict in the workplace
  • Native French Speaker Preferred

Competitive salary package commensurate with education and experience plus excellent Benefits package

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