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|Facility:||Boulder Creek Academy|
|Location:||BONNERS FERRY, ID US|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Minimum Education Required:||Bachelor's Degree|
|Skills:||Health Care -> Behavioral Health, Education / Training
Boulder Creek Academy (BCA) is a premier 96-bed residential therapeutic boarding school nestled in the beautiful Cabinet Mountains of North Idaho. We pride ourselves on developing and implementing individualized academic and emotional programming for students 13-18 years of age while also supporting families with developing and sustaining lifelong strategies for the school and home environment. The BCA mission is to empower students and families to achieve excellence in personal growth, relationships, and lifelong learning.
Due to an internal promotion, Boulder Creek Academy (BCA) currently has an opening for a credentialed English Teacher. The successful candidate
will be responsible for the following:
*Provide classroom instruction to Bouldere Creek Academy students in core subject areas of English 9-12 and assigned electives.
*Develops and implements daily lessons to students in the assigned subject area.
*Experience teaching in special education environment strongly preferred.
*Provides for the instructional and educational needs of students with social, behavioral, emotional or family difficulties.
*Coordinate behavioral plans with other teachers and counselors.
*Actively involved in counseling component of students daily lives.
*Participates in non-classroom experiential learning activities.
*Assists in the development of Individual Learning Plans for students.
*Maintains records and reports regarding each student’s attendance and educational development.
*Participates in faculty meetings, parent or family meetings, special school events and graduation activities.
*Academic member of interdisciplinary team responsible for coordinating all student programs.
*This is a full-time salaried, exempt position, based on a year-round block academic schedule.
*Academic supervision is provided by the Academic Director.
*Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in the area of redemption
*Completion of a valid teacher education program.
*Idaho Certification in English 9-12 or ability to obtain within one year with prefernce for special education experience
*Thorough knowledge of the practices, methods and techniques in teaching students with social, cognitive, behavioral or learning difficulties.
*Considerable skills in the redemption of classroom behaviors, and the ability to present an appropriate adult role model conducive to the effective teaching and emotional growth of at-risk students.
*Expertise in designing and implementing lesson plans.
*Personal strength, stability and a commitment toward quality education.
*The ability and willingness to share personal emotional growth experiences with students and faculty.
*Proven ability to communicate with students, faculty and parents, both verbally and in writing.
*Annual salary determined from approved teacher salary scale rating degree and year’s of validated teaching experience.
*Small classroom sizes with opportunities for individual curriculum design.
*Comprehensive benefits package available after 30 days employment which includes, PTO, ELB, medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 401(k), stock purchase and wellness plans.
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