Applicant Portal
  Job Detail

Teacher 9-12 (Interest Pool): Bossier Schools - District Wide

Summary Information: Print
Job Title Teacher 9-12 (Interest Pool)
Vacancy # 18-TH-00
Position #
# of Openings 1
Category Teacher Interest Pool
Employment Full-time (permanent)
Salary $41,502-$62,395
Calendar Days 180
Published Date 01/08/2018
Closing Date N/A 
Location Bossier Schools - District Wide
LA
Experience See Job Requirements
Degrees / Certificates 08 Bachelor's Degree / 09 Master's Degree / 10 Master's + 30 / 11 Educational Specialist / 12 Doctorate
Contact Information:
Career Opportunities (Admin)
Human Resources
P. O. Box 2000
Benton, LA 71006

Tel: 318-549-5000 
Fax:  
E-Mail: careers@bossierschools.org 


Favorite Job
 
Requirements
NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL JOB POSTING. If you “apply” for this position, you are expressing interest in a 9-12 position with Bossier Schools. ALL Bossier Schools High School principals have access to this pool of applicants and may contact you if a position opens. You will still need to apply for specific positions as they come open. Setting up a Job Search Agent will notfiy you of postions as they are posted (click hear to learn how create a search agent).

QUALIFICATIONS:
  1. Meet requirements as outlined in Louisiana Bulletin 746 (Louisiana Standards of State Certification of School Personnel)
  2. Additional criteria as the Board may establish
 
 
Description
OVERVIEW OF POSITION: To provide students the opportunity to achieve academic success and workforce skills necessary to compete in a global economy
 
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
  1. PLANNING AND PREPARATION
    1. Setting Instructional Outcomes
    • Specifies learner outcomes in clear, concise objectives
    • Includes activity/activities that develop(s) objectives
    • Identifies and plans for individual differences
    • Identifies materials, other than standard classroom materials, as needed for lesson
    • States method(s) of evaluation to measure learner outcomes
    • Establishes high expectations for learner outcomes
    • Follows state/local guidelines for planning and instruction and aligns lessons with locally designed curricula
  2. CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
    1. Managing Classroom Procedures
      • Organizes available space, materials, and/or equipment to facilitate learning
      • Promotes a positive learning climate
      • Manages routines and transitions in a timely manner
      • Utilizes resources effectively
      • Establishes high expectations for learner behavior
      • Employs monitoring techniques to facilitate learning
      • Disciplines consistently and uses acceptable methods
  3. INSTRUCTION
    1. Questioning, Discussion and Presentation
      • Employs technique(s) which develop(s) lesson objective(s)
      • Sequences lesson to promote learning
      • Presents accurate subject matter
      • Manages and/or adjusts time for activities planned
      • Presents content at a developmentally appropriate level
      • Utilizes effective questioning techniques
      • Utilizes effective discussion techniques
    2. Engaging Students in Learning
      • Accommodates individual differences
      • Paces lesson effectively
      • Selects teaching resource(s) that support lesson objective(s), including integration of technology
      • Stimulates and encourages higher order thinking at the appropriate development levels
      • Encourages student participation
      • Relates relevant examples, unexpected situations, or current events to the content
      • Utilizes effective grouping arrangements
    3. Using Assessment in Instruction
      • Monitors ongoing performance of students
      • Employs appropriate and effective assessment techniques
      • Provides timely feedback to students regarding their progress
      • Produces evidence of student academic growth under his/her instruction
      • Familiarizes students with assessment criteria
      • Encourages student self-assessment
      • Utilizes assessment data to guide instruction
  4. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
      • Identifies areas of instruction that need strengthening and develops with mentor and/or principal a plan for improvement and works to complete the plan
      • Seeks and employs ideas and strategies from resources or colleagues that will improve teaching and learning
  5. PARTICIPATING IN A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY
      • Participates in grade level and subject area curriculum planning and evaluation
      • Implements school improvement plan at the classroom level
      • Serves on task force(s) and/or committees
      • Provides clear and timely information to parents/caregivers and colleagues regarding classroom expectations, student progress, and ways they can assist learning
      • Encourages parents/caregivers to become active partners in their children’s education and to become involved in school and classroom
      • Seeks community involvement in instructional program
  6. COMMUNICATING WITH STUDENTS
      • Exercises patience and self-control
      • Exhibits respect and concern for all students
      • Relates and interacts with students in a fair and positive manner
      • Promotes desire for independent student effort
      • Assists students in developing positive self-concepts and respect for others
  7. PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
      • Is prompt and dependable
      • Communicates effectively with students, staff, parents, and community
      • Develops an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and/or IFSP—special education teachers only
      • Assumes outside classroom duties as related to school
      • Assists in enforcing school/Board rules and policies
      • Ensures proper care of textbooks, teaching aids, and equipment
      • Participates in activities to improve professional competence
      • Supports school programs and displays positive attitude
      • Completes reports and records as assigned
      • Projects well-groomed appearance
      • Meets the criteria for a Professional Growth Plan as set forth by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) in Bulletin 130 – Regulations for the Evaluation and Assessment of School Personnel and the Bossier Parish Program of Professional Personnel Evaluation
      • Assumes additional responsibilities as the Principal may assign
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Nine (9) months
EVALUATION: Performance in this position will be evaluated annually.
 
 
Application Procedure

NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL JOB POSTING. If you “apply” for this position, you are expressing interest in a 9-12 position with Bossier Schools. ALL Bossier Schools High School principals have access to this pool of applicants and may contact you if a position opens. You will still need to apply for specific positions as they come open.

Bossier Schools accepts applications for all positions ONLY through the Applicant Portal. Your online application will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. You may save your application at any time and return later to complete.

To apply for a position with Bossier Schools, follow these steps:

  1. Scan ALL required documents (view a list of required documents).
  2. Complete ALL account setup information. This includes Login, Personal Info, Application Questions and Acknowledgements.
  3. Complete all REQUIRED resume sections. Required sections vary based on position (view a list of required resume sections).
  4. Add your references (under My Resume --- My References)
  5. Search for a job and click “apply now”

For more detailed instructions, view the Quick User Guide for Applicants.

The Bossier Parish School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, gender, national origin, religion, disability or membership in any other protected classification.

 
 
Applicant Portal Version 7.2 and alio API Version 6.0
Copyright © 2018 Weidenhammer Systems Corp. All Rights Reserved.