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Middle School Self-Contained Special Education Teacher - Camden
KIPP New Jersey - Camden
Full Time/Part Time: Full-Time
Start Date: Immediately
Subject: Special Education
Grade: 5; 6; 7; 8
Organization: KIPP New Jersey - Camden
Contact: R9 Recruiter
Here’s what you need to know:
We need you to put our students on a path to college early on in their education.
Working at KIPP New Jersey is about being student-focused. It's about teamwork. It's about having fun, and having the freedom to lead in ways that are most successful for your students. It’s also about making an impact in Camden, a city that is experiencing a renaissance and on the verge of revolutionizing how America views education in urban communities.
We’re looking for a special education teacher to lead a self-contained (all subjects) classroom school level for KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy in Camden for the 2019-20 school year. As a SPED teacher, you will be responsible for planning and executing lessons for a classroom of middle school students.
A bit more about you… you have experience teaching and you know what good special education instruction looks like for middle school. You’re ready to work hard and have the passion and drive to work with students in order to put them on a path to college.
Here’s what you’ll be doing:
- Teach and support students with special needs in order to help them reach their goals
Perform daily teaching tasks like teaching, grading, monitoring lunch, and any of the other things that make you awesome at your job
Be a good teammate – work closely with other school staff to create and reinforce a firm foundation for all classes
Modify and build your curriculum to make it your best, working closely with the principal, instructional leader, and student support teams
Help with diagnostic and progress monitoring testing across the school
Teach guided reading to small groups of kids to remediate and challenge each student
Update student performance trackers and use data to help guide your plans
Communicate consistently with families about student progress
Must Haves (ie: what you need to rock at this role):
- A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
Be Special Education Certified
A minimum of two years teaching Special Education, preferably in urban or low income settings
A track record of success in the classroom, with data that you can explain
Subject matter expertise
A collaborative attitude towards teaching and learning
The ability to be flexible in a fast-paced founding school environment where things change all the time
Need more reasons to work here?
In addition to a competitive salary, KIPP New Jersey offers a comprehensive benefits plan, a subsidized wireless plan through Verizon, and a laptop (Woot! Woot!), as well as subsidized travel for teammates commuting from the Philadelphia area. And 100% of KIPP New Jersey employees agree we have the best kids in the nation. So there’s that.
About KIPP New Jersey
KIPP New Jersey schools are part of the nationally recognized “Knowledge Is Power Program” non-profit network of college-preparatory, public charter schools educating elementary, middle, and high school students. In 2002, KIPP New Jersey first opened its doors in Newark’s South Ward as a single class of 80 fifth graders and has since grown to teach over 5,100 students in grades K-12 in Newark and Camden. 92% of KIPP New Jersey students currently qualify for free or reduced price meals.
KIPP New Jersey alumni earn college degrees at more than 3.5 times the national average for students from low-income families. By offering highly effective educators with strong bonds to families, more time in school learning, services that support a variety of student needs, and a culture focused on achievement, our students are on the path to and through college. Visit KIPPNJ.org to learn more.