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Teacher: Middle-School Science/Robotics & Boys Bible Class

Southeast Christian School one of the premier Christian educators in Parker, CO is looking for an exceptional Middle -School Science & Robotics Teacher who can facilitate a boy’s bible Class.

Our perfect candidate is someone who has a passion for Christ & teaching, lives a Christian lifestyle and can get our Students motivated about science & the Lord!

If you have the following background, we want to talk to you:

  • Colorado Teaching Certificate or can obtain within 1 year of employment
  • ACSI Certification or can obtain within 1 year of employment
  • Developed lesson plans for & supervised students with dissections
  • Run chemistry/physical science labs
  • Graded lab reports
  • Evaluated and ordered science supplies
  • Are acquainted with: Answers in Genesis, Institute for Creation Research, Reasons to Believe & Discovery Institute
  • Familiar with the framework of “Creation-Fall-Redemption” and have incorporated into your teaching or student projects
  • Conducted boy’s bible class for middle-school students

For more information about this position, please contact Cate Jenkins, Human Resources Manager via phone at 720.829.5656 or by email at cate.jenkins@sechristian.org.

For information about the School please visit our website at www.sechristianschool.org.

If you are the TEACHER we’re looking for, please email your resume to: cate.jenkins@sechristian.org.


Preschool Teacher

 

Job Purpose

Prayerfully help students learn attitudes, skills, and subject matter that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible Christians to the praise and glory of God.

Qualifications

 

It is expected that the preschool teacher will …

  • Hold a minimum of an AA degree in early childhood education or child development from an accredited postsecondary institution or be willing to participate in a program to complete such a degree within a specified time period.
  • Meet state requirements for an early education teacher position.
  • Hold ACSI early education certification or be willing to participate in a program to complete the requirements for certification within a specified time period.
  • Have completed the ACSI Principles and Practices of Christian Early Education course requirements within the first year of employment.
  • Maintain current infant/child CPR and first aid certification.
Essential Job Functions—Accountabilities

 

It is expected that the preschool teacher will …

Spiritual Leadership

 

  • Provide an age-appropriate, personal introduction to God and Jesus so that the Holy Spirit can draw the children into relationship with Christ.
  • Introduce children to concepts of the love God has for them, His creation of them, and the high value He places on them.
  • Ensure that the classroom work environment is Christian-based, nurturing, wholesome, and loving.
  • Work with the administration and staff to address the spiritual formation needs of the children in the early education program.
Academic Leadership

 

  • Have knowledge of the program’s curriculum, standards, and mission, and can meet the expectations of them.
  • Teach assigned classes following the prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled by the administration and the early education director.
  • Integrate biblical principles and the Christian worldview throughout the early education curriculum and activities.
  • Seek to address the cognitive, spiritual, physical, emotional, and social needs of the individual child in a group environment.
  • Assist children in their development of communication skills, and serve as an appropriate language model.
  • Use classroom management techniques that build children’s ability to make choices and be self-directed.
  • Ensure that her or his school classroom reflects a professional and Christian environment.
  • Have knowledge of the physical and emotional development of preschool children, and understand the unique developmental strands common among the ages served.
  • Develop lesson plans that reflect the program’s curriculum and Christian values and standards.
  • Develop lesson plans that as much as possible meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the children and that challenge each to do her or his best work.
  • Promote children’s exploration of situations and materials by asking questions and by providing appropriate materials and guidance.
  • Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child—spiritual, cognitive, physical, social, and emotional.
  • Plan and implement a wide variety of activities that are balanced in their scope and are relevant to the lives of young children.
  • Plan through approved channels the use of field trips, guest speakers, and other media for a balanced classroom.
  • Regularly observe the development of children, and provide progress reports as required.
  • Respond in a timely manner to parent complaints and to parent requests for help or information.
  • Participate in formal and informal parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participate in continuous professional development through professional reading, college course work, in-services, workshops, and conferences.
  • Give input to the early education director on teacher assistant evaluations.

 

For more information about this position, please contact Cate Jenkins, Human Resources Manager via phone at 720.829.5656 or by email at cate.jenkins@sechristian.org.

For information about the School please visit our website at www.sechristianschool.org.

If you are the TEACHER we’re looking for, please email your resume to: cate.jenkins@sechristian.org.