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  • 25 Jan 2016 1:58 PM | Anonymous
    Full-time LTR Spanish teacher in Wayzata Public Schools

    Wayzata East Middle School is seeking a full-time, long-term reserve Spanish teacher for students in grades 6,7,8. Timeline is approximately March 6,2016 through June 10, 2016. Applicants can apply using the following link: http://www.applitrack.com/wayzata/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Teachers%2c+Middle+School 


  • 14 Jan 2016 4:54 PM | Anonymous

    Positions are available to teach English at the University of Atacama in Chile. The academic year is March – December. Contact Pilar Franco directly at pilar.franco@uda.cl.


  • 14 Jan 2016 4:16 PM | Anonymous
    This position is a Teacher – Chinese Language and Culture at Highland Park Senior High School. This is a 10-month position working full-time.

    Highland Park Senior High is a dynamic, educational community that has strong traditions of excellence in academics, arts, athletics and service. A rigorous Middle Years Program and International Baccalaureate Diploma curriculum is built on state and international standards, carried out by an energetic and committed staff and community. Highland Park Senior High School offers long-standing successful specialties such as Chinese language and culture, and Spanish immersion.

    Qualifications
    Minimum qualifications –
    • Valid Chinese teaching license issued by the Minnesota Department of Education.
    • Fluency in both the Mandarin Chinese and English languages.
    Knowledge, skills and abilities –
    • Knowledge of culture, customs and language where Chinese is spoken.
    • Knowledge of community resources.
    • Excellent communication skills (i.e. oral, written and listening skills both in Mandarin Chinese and English).
    • Excellent organizational skills and flexibility in relating to students and program needs.
    • Ability to work successfully in a diverse urban community.
    • Ability to relate positively to high school students.
    • Ability to implement creative and innovative teaching strategies.
    • Ability to be a productive team player with staff, administration and parents.
    • Commitment to the philosophy that all children can learn.
    Responsibilities
    The essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following fundamental duties:
    • Conduct classroom instruction in all levels of Chinese, make appropriate use of instructional resources and technologies.
    • Implement the goals and objectives of the District and the school and/or program for which employed.
    • Follow the prescribed course of study, except as authorized in the curriculum outlines or by the principals or other official rules and regulations.
    • Evaluate student performance according to system used by school and/or District; promote student achievement; maintain required student records; make related reports to the principal as prescribed or authorized by the superintendent.
    • Maintain contact and communications with parents of students and work with them in the development of each student.
    • Provide a safe classroom environment. Perform classroom management duties; enforce District rules governing the conduct of students; take appropriate disciplinary action with students who do not follow District rules.
    • Maintain knowledge of current and emerging trends procedures, and evaluation processes.
    • Participate in in-service program planning and staff development activities.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.
    Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule
    This is a 10 month position working full-time (1.0 FTE).Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Teacher negotiated labor agreement. The labor agreement and salary schedule can be found athttp://hr.spps.org/Labor_Agreements.html. The minimum rate of pay for this position is $43,021 annually.

    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://www.hr.spps.org/Benefits_Summary_by_Union.html.

    How To Apply
    To be considered further, please apply for this position and attach a resume and cover letter to your online application.

    The Human Resource Department will review your application materials and contact you regarding the next steps.

    To attach additional documents to your online application, click on the "Additional Attachments" link from the applicant homepage and upload your documents as attachments. Valid file extensions for attaching a document include .doc, .txt, .rtf, and .pdf.

    This posting will remain open until filled.

    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.

    Veteran's Preference - If you are an eligible veteran applying for a job where veteran's preference applies and wish to claim Veterans Preference you must submit a legible copy of your DD214 to the Human Resource Department with your employment application. If your claim is approved, five or ten additional points will be added to your final passing score.

    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
    Saint Paul Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.
    Equity Statement
    SPPS is committed to eliminating racial disparities and predictability in achievement and to a workforce which embodies this commitment.


  • 13 Jan 2016 5:35 PM | Anonymous

    Concordia Language Villages is accepting applications for a part-time pre-K and elementary Spanish language and culture enrichment teacher for Spring 2016. The pre-K program is located in Minnetonka, and meets Tuesdays (9:00-11:30) and Wednesdays (9:00-1:30).  Looking for a teacher who is energetic and can engage children in a language and culture program that utilizes music, dance, games, drama and crafts.  Teachers compensated for class time, prep time, staff meetings and training.  Compensation starts at 16+ per hour.  Dates: March 1 - April 13, 2016.  Interested?  Contact Becky Hegstad, Dean of Language Discovery Programs, 651-328-1059, hegstad@cord.edu

  • 13 Jan 2016 12:49 PM | Anonymous

    Concordia Language Villages is accepting applications for a part-time pre-K Spanish language and culture enrichment teacher in Eden Prairie. Looking for teacher who is energetic and can engage children in a language and culture program that utilizes music, dance, games, drama and crafts. Teachers compensated for class time, prep time, staff meetings and training. 28 hours/week.  Salary range starts at $16+ and above. Possible benefitted position.   Classes start Feb. 22, 2016.  Interested?  Contact Becky Hegstad, Dean of Language Discovery Programs, 651-328-1059, hegstad@cord.edu.

  • 12 Nov 2015 10:11 AM | Anonymous

    PT Spanish after school (Eagan) Concordia Language Villages

    Concordia Language Villages is accepting applications for part Spanish language and culture teachers for an after school enrichment program in Eagan for winter/spring 2015/16. The program will meet Tuesdays, 3:00-4:00pm, January to May. We are looking for both lead and assistant teachers who are energetic and can engage children in a language and culture program that utilizes music, dance, games, drama and crafts. Teachers are compensated for class time, prep time, staff meetings and training. Compensation: $16/hr for lead teachers (average 3.5 hours per week), and $14/hr for assistant teachers (average 2 hours per week). Interested? Contact Becky Hegstad, Dean of Language Discovery Programs, 651-328-1059, hegstad@cord.edu.



  • 11 Nov 2015 11:33 AM | Anonymous
    City of Lakes Waldorf School seeks a full time Spanish teacher to begin in January 2016. The teacher will be responsible for providing instruction to children (grades one through eight) in the Spanish language. The ideal applicant will be an experienced elementary and middle school language teacher who demonstrates fluency and knowledge of Spanish cultural traditions and has completed a bachelor’s degree as well as Waldorf training. A love of children and teaching and a knowledge of, or interest in, Waldorf education is required. We seek a teacher who has excellent organizational, interpersonal and classroom management skills. Our Spanish position is considered 100% of full time with commensurate benefits.

    Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish or Education and at least two years of teaching experience. We are seeking individuals who are committed to excellence in teaching, parent education and dialogue, self-development, and collegial cooperation. Full time teachers enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits that include health, dental, tuition remission, mentoring and financial support for professional development. We offer a base salary $38,864 with increments for teaching experience and education. Qualified applicants may submit a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references by November 30, 2015.

    Qualifications and Benefits
    Ideal candidates are Waldorf trained teachers with a Bachelor’s degree, at least two years of teaching experience and a commitment to working out of anthroposophy. Full time teachers enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits that include health, dental, tuition remission, retirement, mentoring and financial support for professional development.

    To Apply
    Please send a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references to:
    Marti Stewart, C/O Teacher Search Committee
    City of Lakes Waldorf School
    2344 Nicollet Avenue South
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
    Email: martistewart@clws.org
    Phone: 612.767.1501


  • 14 Oct 2015 2:26 PM | Anonymous

    Spring Lake Park High School has a full-time opening for a Spanish teacher. The candidate would be teaching level 1 and level 2. Please contact John Franke at jfrank@district16.org. A link to the Spring Lake Park website follows. 

    http://www.springlakeparkschools.org/district-services-center/human-resources/open-positions 


  • 07 Oct 2015 10:17 AM | Anonymous
    Full-time Spanish long-term substitute teaching position at Southwest Jr. High, grades 7-9, beginning on or about December 15, 2015 through February 2016.  Minnesota Spanish teaching license required.  Application deadline:  November 1, 2015 or until filled. Complete online application at district web site: www.flaschools.org
    Forest Lake Area Schools
    6100 North 210th Street
    Forest Lake MN 55025


  • 24 Sep 2015 4:05 PM | Anonymous

    Training Director
    Amigos de las Americas - Minneapolis St. Paul Chapter - Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

    Objective:
    The Chapter Training Director develops and manages a training program which provides volunteers excellent preparation for the current Latin American programs, leadership development and a foundation of how to apply their community development tools abroad as well as at home.

    Responsibilities:
    Plans, manages and evaluates the chapter training program and training team. Develops a training program that incorporates the AMIGOS Core Curriculum and local resources in order to offer a training program that is engaging and effective. (See Training Director Evaluation Points for specific details.)

    Time Commitment:
    Approximately 25 hours per month. Year around responsibilities that change depending on the time of year.

    Summer: Evaluate training program and update local training to reflect changes being made to program structure in Latin America. Recruits veteran training team.
    Fall: Attends Fall Training Director Workshop, designs training calendar that incorporate Core Curriculum under the calendar time allotted by the Chapter Board. Trains veteran training team. Participate in volunteer recruiting and selection process.
    Winter: Begin training program and provide any support needed in fundraising efforts.
    Spring: Continue management of training program and directly supervising each of the training sessions. Evaluate volunteers’ on training performance and notify chapter board and IO of any issues.

    Qualifications:
    Knowledge of AMIGOS; leadership skills; positive and fun energy; strong organizational skills; ability to communicate effectively; ability to work well with others and delegate responsibilities; and ability to serve as a guide and mentor to young leaders.

    Measures of Success:
    Training Directors will be evaluated on training program development, volunteer management, training team management, professionalism, documentation, risk prevention & management, training evaluation, communication & collaboration, resource management, and service learning. The evaluation process will be conducted at three levels: self-evaluation, chapter leadership and IO Training Department. Detailed expectations for each of these areas are included in the official Chapter Training Director evaluation.

    Benefits:
    Gain experience training, event planning experience while in youth leadership development; opportunity to network on different levels with various AMIGOS stakeholders; improve group management skills; and act as a role model to new Volunteers.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Submit resume and cover letter to Recruiter@amigos-msp.org by October 9th.

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