Associate Teacher

Associate Teacher

The Associate Teacher is a critical member of the teaching staff at Rocketship. Associate Teachers lead small group instruction, classroom coverage as needed, and assessments. The Associate Teacher is designed as a pathway to develop the skills to deliver high quality instruction as a Humanities or STEM Teacher at Rocketship and Associate Teachers partner with experienced Rocketship teachers to support their development. This position is contingent on term-limited supplemental funding and will be reassessed annually.This role reports either to the Principal or to an Assistant Principal.Essential Functions: Support a classroom culture of excellence and deliver rigorous instruction by building content expertise in humanities or STEM that is captured in units of study and daily plans. Engage in cycles of data driven instruction to inform planning and personalize instruction to student needs. Collaborate with special education staff so students identified as needing extra support are meaningfully included.Student and Parent Partnership: Build authentic relationships with families beginning with home visits that form the foundation for frequent ongoing communications to support student success. Engage with families on academic and behavioral goals and transparently share student progress so that both parents and teachers own each child's successes and challenges.Rocketship Professional Culture: Commit to doing and being your best, and to growing your skills as professionals and as individuals Attend all professional development meetings and opportunities that may exceed the regular school day hours of 7:45a-4:00p Urgently and courageously takes actions in the best interest of students, even if they are new or unfamiliar Meet all professional obligations and proactively communicate when changes come up Exhibit a high level of honest and humble self-reflection owning good and bad outcomes Effectively respond to and implement constructive feedback Communicate effectively with colleagues and contribute to positive staff culture Qualifications: Bachelor's degree Valid teacher's credential for state where you are teaching, in the process of receiving one, or ability to transfer an out-of-state credential to current state Ability to efficiently interpret, manage, and utilize multiple sets of data in order to best support students’ progress Fluency in English Flexibility and a willingness to learn