JOB DESCRIPTION | PUBLISHED MAY 7, 2018
SF City Impact is a non-profit organization that exists to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco. SF City Academy's mission is to empower urban children and release them to excel academically, physically, spiritually, and socially. We believe students should have a solid foundation in both academic and character development to succeed in life. Our goal is to ensure that students succeed.
Our private school, San Francisco City Academy is seeking an enthusiastic individual that can create a warm and welcoming educational environment for our kindergarten students. This role involves fostering the academic, physical, spiritual and social development of the students through strong communication skills and a creative teaching approach.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Create and maintain a safe, welcoming and positive classroom environment to encourage learning
Maintain good communication with parents and team members regarding progress of students and behavior
Manage student behavior in accordance with Biblical principles and student handbook
Create and follow a lesson plan for the kindergarten class based on student’s specific needs and learning abilities
Create student intervention plans when necessary for students with additional needs
Include a variety of teaching activities and methods (such as songs, stories, crafts, games, outdoor activities etc.)
Prepare and organize learning materials and resources
Record accurate and detailed documentation of student achievement and progress
- Can demonstrate previous experience working in an inclusive educational environment/with students with special needs
Agreement with the statement of faith and core values of SF City Academy
Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
Must pass a fingerprint and background check
First Aid and CPR skills
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university and 1-3 years teaching experience
Participate in weekly faculty meetings and serve on staff committees as required
Attend educational conferences and training workshops for professional development
Plan and supervise assignments for teacher aides and volunteers
Conduct ongoing assessment of student progress through formal and informal testing
Abide by all state and federal mandates in reporting sexual or physical abuse and neglect
Uphold the school's student management policies such as attendance, dress code, etc.
Participate in student recruiting sessions and other efforts requiring teacher representation
Complete all grading, progress reports, and conduct parent conferences in a timely manner
Assist in student events such as Orientation, Back to School BBQ, Talent Show, etc.
Monday-Friday, and available to assist with weekend outreaches
40 hours per week
SFCA staff students and family, SFCI leadership and board