Massachusetts Education Jobs

MassHire JobQuest Logo

Job Information

Mystic Valley Regional Charter School K-8 Floating Teacher (Full-Time Substitute Teacher) in Malden, Massachusetts

About MVRCS

Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden, MA was founded in 1998. The School serves over 1,600 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12.

Great teachers, carefully-selected curricula presented with fidelity, high expectations, and traditional pedagogy are the keys to student success at Mystic Valley.

Mystic Valley annually finds itself among the top public schools not only within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts but in New England and throughout the nation. Our students have attained the highest levels of success at the post-secondary level, a testament to the preparation they received from their time at Mystic Valley.

Mystic Valley students in Grades K-12 report to school in dress code and are in attendance for 200 days of instruction. The normal school day is 60 minutes longer than most traditional public schools. Together, these factors have enabled MVRCS to deliver on its promise of providing all of its students with the opportunity to obtain a world-class education.

Job Summary

This full-time floating teacher position serves all grades K-8. Primary job functions include:

  • Covering teacher absences

  • Supporting the school's job shadowing program

  • Performing various administrative tasks to support school operations

Our floating teachers are given first consideration for any open teaching positions that arise.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Maintain daily classroom design and schedule.

  • Effectively implement the designated curricula (Direct Instruction, Core Knowledge, Saxon Math, International Baccalaureate, Great Books).

  • Document lesson progress.

  • Document student progress daily/weekly.

  • Effectively implement the Core Knowledge lesson plans and sequence.

  • Participate in all professional development training.

  • Attend and participate in weekly grade-level team meetings, weekly/bi-weekly Teacher Assistance Team (TAT) meetings, and bi-monthly staff meetings.

  • Participate in IEP meetings, when necessary.

  • Complete all Special Education documentation and classroom modifications required by the IEP or 504 plans.

  • Complete (if designated) peer practice sessions for half an hour each week.

  • Attend and conduct four parent-teacher conferences each school year (two in spring and two in fall).

  • Attend ?Back to School Night? and open houses.

  • Attend other mandatory evening school events.

  • Participate in assigned morning, lunch/recess, and afternoon duties.

  • Support, enforce, and adhere to all school policies and procedures.

  • Perform additional duties stated by grade- and department-level leaders and the Leadership Team.

DirectEmployers