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If you are a world language teacher in the state of Iowa who is looking for a job, please take a moment to browse through these listings.  You can also find postings at www.teachiowa.gov where schools are legally required to post all available positions. 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN EMPLOYEE?

This service is intended to help Iowa schools and teachers advertise and to find positions at any level (elementary, middle school, secondary, or post-secondary) in the state of Iowa. Submissions (made as blog posts) may be made by individual teachers, school administrators, or human resource officers, but this person or school must be registered as a "Member" on our website to do so (Click the Membership tab at left). In the space below please describe the position using the exact wording you would like published. Be sure to include: title, FTE, location, duties, application deadline, contact information, as well as any other information an applicant may find useful.

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  • 13 Jul 2022 2:57 PM | Carmen Gwenigale
    QUALIFICATIONS: 
    1. Minimum BA degree
    2. Endorsement for world language area
    3. Experience teaching in Junior High or High School Preferred
    4. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the District may find appropriate and acceptable

    JOB GOALS:  To provide activities in the classroom in order to enhance student learning, promote the overall efficiency of the school system, and maximize the educational opportunities available to each child.              

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Teach courses in world language utilizing course of study adopted by the Board of Directors and appropriate instructional objectives as guidelines in teaching individual course content.
    2. Develop lesson plans and appropriate aids utilizing effective teaching techniques to stimulate and maximize learning.
    3. Establish clear objectives for each lesson and communicate objectives to students.
    4. Plan effectively and purposefully, utilizing long-range plans which are compatible with building and district goals
    5. Diagnose the needs and levels of performance for each student and appraise student work and progress.
    6. Implement an effective assessment system.
    7. Define classroom expectations and uphold them.
    8. Establish and maintain standards of student behavior necessary in order to provide an orderly, productive classroom environment.
    9. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationships with staff, parents, students and administrators.
    10. Work cooperatively with students, parents, staff and administration to alleviate concerns and problems.
    11. Supply frequent and timely feedback to students, parents and counselors regarding student progress.
    12. Maintain professional competencies through in-service education activities provided by the school district and in self-selected professional growth activities.
    13. Assist in the selection and requisition of books, instructional aids and instructional supplies according to the policies of the school and the district.
    14. Maintain required inventory records.
    15. Supervise students during out-of-classroom activities during the assigned work day.
    16. Provide for student needs and cooperate with other professional staff in assessing and helping solve student health, attitude and learning problems.
    17. Participate in curriculum and other developmental programs.
    18. Fulfill conditions of employment as outlined in the negotiated agreement.
    19. Keep current on the integration of technology in your foreign language classes.
    20. Other duties as assigned 

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:      

    186/184 Contract Days.   Salary and calendar year to be established by the Board of Education.

    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the District’s policy on Evaluation, State Statute, and any applicable Collective Bargaining Agreement.

  • 17 Jun 2022 8:54 AM | Megan Rinke

    We have a last minute opening for the fall! The position is for a Spanish 1 and 2 teacher. The job is posted at the link below, and we are taking applications through June 21st. Great pay and great benefits! Click Here to view the job posting and apply.


  • 01 Apr 2022 8:21 AM | Melissa Newell (Administrator)

    Ballard Community School District in Huxley, Iowa has an opening for a middle school/high school Spanish teacher for the 2022-23 school year!  For more information, CLICK HERE!

    Link to apply


  • 01 Apr 2022 8:12 AM | Melissa Newell (Administrator)

    Waverly Shell Rock School has an opening for a part-time 9-12 German Teacher for 2022-23 with the possibility to be combined with other teaching opportunities. WSR has a strong German program. The program has more students than the German teacher can teach himself. If interested please contact David Fox at Waverly Shell Rock High School, at 319-352-2087. https://www.wsr.k12.ia.us/employment

  • 19 Oct 2021 3:30 PM | Kirsten Snell

    ISO Spanish-certified sub to cover a maternity leave from mid-March through May of 2022 (this falls nicely during 4th quarter of my district's calendar). I teach Spanish levels 1-4 in rural northeast Iowa (South Winneshiek High School in Calmar). Please email kirsten.snell@swinn.k12.ia.us -OR- call/text Kirsten at 715-218-6292 for further information or to express interest.

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