REPORTS TO: Site Administrator
Education for Change is looking for dynamic and visionary substitute teachers who will engage students, parents, and other members of our learning community to ensure high student achievement. The substitute teacher performs all duties of a classroom teacher on a long-term assignment or day-to-day basis. Under the direction of a site leader, in the absence of the classroom teacher, s/he provides instruction, encourages student progress, and manage the learning environment. S/he demonstrates professional practices in teaching using the course of study and lesson plan provided by the regular classroom teacher. S/he will know how to successfully work in an urban elementary school with a high English Learner and low-income student population.
- Implement effective daily and long-term instructional plans and classroom activities aligned with student needs, California State Standards, and EFC guidelines and school instructions, goals, and objectives
- Provide classroom climate and learning experiences that further our students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic development
- Collect homework and student assignments as directed by the regular classroom teacher and/or lesson plans
- Establish and maintain a positive, safe and supportive classroom and school environment that values learning and achievement
- Report all student injuries, accidents and illnesses to the proper school administrators immediately or as soon as possible
- Demonstrate respect and understanding of students and families from diverse backgrounds
- Maintain and respect confidentiality of student and school personnel information
- Report to the Main Office upon arrival at school, meet with the school administrative assistant, check mailbox of absent teacher for lesson plans and materials
- Request clarification of school rules and district policies, if necessary
- Return the room keys to the school administrative assistant and return instructional materials and equipment to the proper place
- Maintain accurate student records, including attendance
- Support the mission, vision and core values of Education for Change
- Ability to bend, twist, stoop, and reach
- Currently enrolled in an accredited 4 year college with 90+ units OR
- Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree or higher
Qualified candidates may have one of the following permits to sub:
- 30-day Substitute Permit
- Prospective Substitute Permit
- Career Substitute Permit
- Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
- Single Subject Teaching Credential
- Education Specialist Teaching Credential
- Administrative Services Credential
- OR any other “services” credential that requires a Bachelor’s (or higher) Degree and basic skills requirement (e.g., SLP, PPS)
- Don’t have a credential? We can help you get one! Contact us at email@example.com to learn more.
EFC Core Values
- Connected- We continually work to build trusting relationships among students, families, staff, and the Oakland community at large. We are an all-hands-on-deck network driven by empathy. We value our collective identity and the individual identities of our community members and scholars such that we have a sense of collective ownership and responsibility for each other and for our scholars.
- Inclusive- We proactively disrupt predictable patterns of opportunity, power, privilege, and performance. We create an inclusive environment where multiple perspectives are not only valued but sought, where people from all backgrounds feel seen and heard and can thrive, and where we all feel a deep sense of accountability to our mission.
- Interdependent- Our success at every level is dependent on our individual and collective sustainability. To that end, we are transparent, creative, and collaborative problem-solvers who seek to build trusting relationships. We are curious and are open to new ideas while also putting systems in place to ensure continuity so that our employees can stay, grow, thrive, and help make good on our promise to our students and families.
- Learners- We support each other to develop and grow so that we can leverage our collective power, intelligence, and passion on behalf of our students. We lean on home-grown leaders who are rooted in our community. Individuals feel known and are provided opportunities to maximize their potential in alignment with their passions and goals.