STEAM TEACHER

JOB DESCRIPTION | PUBLISHED JULY 31, 2019

OVERVIEW

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.




ROLE SUMMARY

Our private school is seeking an enthusiastic individual that can create a warm and welcoming educational environment for our students. This role involves teaching students STEAM related activities and coordinating volunteer and class schedules to use the space.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create and maintain a safe, welcoming and positive classroom environment 

  • Manage volunteers and class schedules for using the STEAM space

  • Teach a variety of computer-related courses to elementary and middle school students

  • Teach students proper computer/internet use.

  • Setup student log in information and internet safety protocols into server and network.

  • Maintain organization of STEAM Resource Center (track inventory and assist in ordering replacement materials/supplies)

  • Ensure security at the STEAM Resource Center space and serve as primary point of contact for STEAM

  • Assist teachers with incorporating STEAM activities into instruction

  • Work with other teachers and administrators to address and resolve student issues

  • Conduct ongoing assessment of student progress through formal and informal testing

  • Complete all grading, progress reports, and conduct parent conferences in a timely manner

  • Maintain regular communication with students and parents for academic/behavioral progress

  • Manage student behavior in accordance with Biblical principles and student handbook

  • Participate in weekly faculty meetings and serve on staff committees as required

  • Attend educational conferences and  training workshops for professional development

  • 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.

  • Assist in student events such as Orientation, Back to School BBQ, Talent Show, etc

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Agreement with the statement of faith and core values of SF City Academy

  • Knowledge of theories and practices of early childhood development

  • Excellent communication, presentation, leadership and interpersonal skills 

  • Highly organized and detail oriented 

  • First Aid and CPR certification 

  • Must pass a fingerprint and background check 

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in a STEAM related field and classroom experience

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Occasionally lift or move up to 30 pounds. Frequently required to sit, stand, or walk for long periods of time.

SCHEDULE

Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm; Friday 8am-3:30pm

HOURS

40 hours per week;
Exempt

REPORTS TO

Administrator

WORKS WITH

SFCA staff students and family, SFCI leadership and board