Upper Division Teacher at Large Job at Kamehameha Schools, Makawao, HI

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  • Kamehameha Schools
  • Makawao, HI

Job Description

Job Posting Title
Upper Division Teacher at Large

Employee Type
Various

Recruiting Start Date
05-15-2024

Work Year

Job Exempt?
Yes

Recruiting End Date
Open Until Filled

Aloha mai! Mahalo for your interest in Kamehameha Schools. If you are looking for an opportunity to utilize your skills and talents and grow in your profession, while serving and strengthening our Native Hawaiian community, we would love to have you join our 'ohana!

Kamehameha Schools Maui Campus is looking for two (2) Teacher at Large positions to support the Upper Division.

BACKGROUND

About Kamehameha Schools

At Kamehameha Schools, the mission to educate Native Hawaiian children was established by founder Ke Ali'i Pauahi. The mission is central to all daily functions and the drive behind the Schools' work. The Strategic Plan outlines the path forward and emphasizes that the same values instilled in students are the values teachers should live and teach by. Thus, students as well as teachers, administrators, and staff are held to a common set of learner outcomes (E Ola! elements highlighted below) and beliefs that will lead us to fulfilling Pauahi's mission.

Through this commitment is the belief that all Kamehameha Schools Employees and Students will become local and global servant leaders who are culturally engaged and play significant roles in creating strong 'ohana (family) and communities throughout ka pae 'aina o Hawai'i (the islands of Hawai'i) and beyond.

Job Summary

The Teacher at Large is a regular, full time faculty member who serves primarily in their assigned school but could be assigned anywhere from K-12 as the need arises. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: substitute teaching (daily), covering teacher supervision duties, supporting students by providing one-on-one and small group tutoring, small group intervention and student support, assisting other teachers with instruction, assessments, grading and other classroom responsibilities, participating in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions, events, and trips, participating in school-based and campus-wide staff professional development activities, and other duties as assigned.

Faculty positions at Kamehameha Schools require a high level of cutting-edge teaching skills, the ability to teach to the whole child, and the ability to foster E Ola! Learner Outcomes; values in daily practice and kulana (department) on campus. Kamehameha Schools places a premium on a culture of excellence, customer service and positive relationships (pilina) as well as a commitment to the mission of Ke Ali'i Pauahi.

Essential Responsibilities
  • Serve as a daily substitute teacher at assigned school (Elementary, Middle, or High) but, depending on the areas of highest need, could serve throughout the campus from grades K-12
  • During times where there is no substitute assignment, responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Teacher supervision duties;
    • Supporting students by providing one-on-one and small group tutoring;
    • Small group intervention and student support;
    • Assisting other teachers with instruction, assessments, grading and other classroom responsibilities;
    • Participating in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions, events, and trips;
    • Participating in school-based and campus-wide staff professional development activities; and
    • Other duties as assigned

Na kumu (Teachers) at Kamehameha Schools are responsible to contribute to student learning by:
  • Demonstrating Academic Competence in their subject area(s), and displaying an inclination for developing integrated and interdisciplinary work across the curriculum;
  • Maintaining a Growth Mindset toward student learning, teaching practice, and personal/collective professional development;
  • Demonstrating a high degree of Self-Efficacy (agency): teachers hold themselves accountable for learner outcomes, advocate for their students, work efficiently, and most importantly believe in their ability, the capability of their students and themselves to succeed and excel;
  • Facilitating Problem-Solving, with curious minds, and critical thinkers who show a high degree of creative application in the implementation of data-driven curriculum and practice;
  • Serving as Role-Models as innovative and creative learners who have an insatiable thirst for knowledge, personal growth, and being on the "cutting edge" of instructional practice and pedagogy;
  • Collaborating effectively with a variety of stakeholder groups within the organization and with external partners to increase student performance and contribute to advancing the teaching and learning craft;
  • Looking beyond the walls of their classroom and strive for/demonstrate Global Competence and how their work will expand the impact of students' work to their families, and local and global communities;
  • Deeply investing in the Learners' Well-Being and health, safety, physical, socially, and emotionally. Teachers must recognize the relationship between social-emotional learning and academic performance and aspire toward developing and teaching the "whole child,"
  • Designing and facilitating differentiated and personalized learning goals and activities that follow a coherent sequence, are aligned to instructional goals, and engage students in high-level cognitive activity.

Employees at Kamehameha Schools are responsible for contributing to:
  • The development of the Learners' Strong Foundation based in knowledge of world and Hawaiian history and genealogy ('Ike Kupuna), care for the land (Aloha 'aina), and Kuponohonorable character based in Hawaiian and Christian values. The commitment to these beliefs ensures that our Native Hawaiian students grow with a firm footing of character, identity, integrity and conviction.
  • The development (and develop in themselves) a sense of Learners' Native Hawaiian Identity. While knowledge of Hawaiian language, culture, and history can be helpful, it is not a prerequisite for Applicants. The key elements of identity as defined by our E Ola! Learner Outcomes can be applied universally and globally, as the E Ola! Spirit will resonate with an Applicant who finds common ground with these beliefs. Key elements of Hawaiian Identity are defined for Kamehameha as: Malama and Kuleana (social agency through community and global consciousness), Alaka'i Lawelawe (servant leadership) and Kulia (excellence).

Position Requirements

Minimum Qualifications - An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for the requirements listed.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Education or related field.
  • Knowledge of instructional methods appropriate for students at the respective grade level.
  • Desire and ability to work with students at the specified age level with diverse backgrounds and levels of ability toward accomplishing their educational goals.
  • Ability to organize tasks and manage time to meet many and varied deadlines; manage small and large groups of students in a classroom environment; communicate effectively with students, parents, school administrators and other staff, including the ability to discuss topics which may be sensitive.

Preferred Qualifications
  • Master's Degree in Education or related field.
  • Teaching credentials appropriate for the level of students being taught.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current age-appropriate instructional strategies.
  • Recent teaching experience, coursework, or other activity in primary area(s) on instruction.
  • Previous experience teaching the age levels and subject areas of the specific teaching position.
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to Hawaiian culture.

Physical Requirements
  • Frequently sits, perform desk-based computer tasks and grasp light or fine manipulation, talk or hear.
  • Occasionally stand and/or walk, write by hand, and lift and/or carry, push and/or pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.
  • Rarely twist, bend, stoop, squat, kneel, crawl, climb, reach or work above shoulder, or grasp forcefully.

Working Conditions
  • This position may involve traveling to various locations, including neighbor islands to conduct business.
  • Work is conducted in an office/school environment and may require work to be conducted in non-standard workplaces.
  • Work is typically conducted Monday through Friday at normal business hours, but evening and weekend hours are often required to meet goals and objectives.

Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by incumbents assigned to this job. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the responsibilities, duties and skills required. The incumbent may be expected to perform other duties as assigned.

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Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Please contact us at hr@ksbe.edu or 808-534-8040 if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment.

Compensation Benefits
Placement in the compensation range outlined below considers highest degree/educational credentials acquired from an accredited institution, and the number of full-time, verified years of eligible and related work experience. Salary is also adjusted to the appropriate work year.

At Kamehameha Schools (KS), we recognize that compensation is just one facet of a fulfilling employment experience. Our commitment lies in fostering a positive work environment and equipping employees with the necessary resources to excel every day. Our Total Rewards Program embodies KS's dedication to the physical, mental, and financial well-being of our employee 'ohana. Explore our comprehensive Benefits Summary for more information.

Pay Range
$56,501.00 - $141,297.00

Primary Location
Maui Campus

City, State
Makawao, Hawaii

Additional Locations

Job Tags

Full time, Work experience placement, Local area, Weekend work, Afternoon shift, Monday to Friday,

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