Instructor: Middle School Coordinator
Job ID 23993
Full/Part Time Full-Time
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PURPOSE: Lead our middle school programs (MSGL and Sixth Grade). Support our instructional teams and processes internally and externally (partner schools)
LEAD TEACHING: 30%
- Content expert, Teacher Assistant manager, and model for student interactions in the following:
- Lead the Middle School Global Leaders program (currently in Brazil with hopes to expand to other places)
- Lead the new Sixth Grade program
- Lead or support in high school English courses as needed
- Close collaboration with the Director of Academic Affairs and Instructional Coordinator
- Support, train, and mentor lead instructors
- Represent Mizzou K-12 at conferences, presentations, and professional development sessions (domestic and international)
- Coordinate between international partners and our guidance, student services, business, development, and academic departments to streamline processes.
- Problem-solve academic issues as they arise, including academic integrity/plagiarism
- Assist with personnel decisions as requested
- Follow up with instructional teams (MK12 and partner) to ensure that we are meeting excellent standards in student achievement and engagement.
- Facilitate relationships between our MK12 Leads and key stakeholders at MSGL schools through email and information sharing.
- Assist Director of Academic Affairs with external and internal communication
- Seek out causes to celebrate (student and teacher success)
- Assist the Director of Academic Affairs with outreach on social media and other communication outlets.
- Lead course author for eighth grade curriculum in MSGL
- Active member of the 7th grade revision team for MSGL
- Assist with the process of translating MSGL ready for other partners beyond Brazil
- Active member of the new sixth grade development team (role still to be determined)
- Stay up-to-date on all of our learning management, student information, and other data systems
- Professional flexibility
- Bachelor's Degree
- Self-directed individual with excellent computer skills
- Missouri teacher certification (or ability to obtain)
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in educational leadership through teacher coaching/mentoring, division, chair, or other leadership capacities. Experience teaching online/blended courses.
SALARY RANGE: $50,000 - $55,000
- An updated resume highlighting teaching experience
- A cover letter expressing interest and fit for the position
- The names and contact information of 3 professional references
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