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American Sign Language
Elementary School Grade
High School Single Subject Math
Full-Time Teachers (credentialed)
Single Subject (all subjects – credentialed)
Multiple Subject (credentialed)
SPED Professionals (credentialed)
Support Staff (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Floaters (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Specialty Teachers (i.e. Spanish, P.E., Art, Music) (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Support Staff Substitutes (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Special Circumstance Aides (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Classroom Substitutes (need CBEST – non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Facilities Special Projects (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Project Managers (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Care Team (yard duty) (non-credentialed – high school diploma needed)
Hardworking people with a flexible mind-set and an upbeat attitude who like to work hard and play harder.
Opportunity of a lifetime to be part of a dynamic team for pivotal new schools. We are looking for leaders and innovators in the education field who are passionate about creating schools that use a project-based and individualized approach and an international focus. We are public schools and need people ready to roll up their sleeves and help shape the future of the schools and student bodies. Teachers and administrators have increased job satisfaction at iLEAD schools because they feel part of the process. One to two teachers and the school leaders sit on the governing board of directors along with parents and community members. Join the team and help create something special and lasting for your community.
+Salaries close to those in local districts
+Participation in California State Teacher Retirement System (STRS) for school sites in California
+Full-time employees, working at least 30 hours per week, are entitled to insurance benefits. These insurance benefits will include medical, dental, vision, voluntary life insurance and AFLAC. iLEAD will have a defined contribution towards the employee’s insurance premiums that are school-sponsored insurance plans. This amount will be determined on an annual basis.
+Full-time employees will also be covered under an insurance policy that includes life, short-term disability, and long-term disability at no cost to the full-time employee.
We take applications year-round and are always looking for why-sayers with a flexible mind-set who would be a great addition to our team. During the months before the school year starts, we are looking more actively than at other times. However, it’s always a good time to submit your résumé; just please follow up throughout the year.
In order to be offered a full-time teaching position at iLEAD, teachers will need to go through one of our hiring events held in the months of January – June. This is a full-day, interactive job interview that involves multiple iLEAD stakeholders. After an initial paper screening process, we will invite approximately nine candidates to come to the Star Search (hiring event) in the spring on approximately four different occasions. These candidates will be teachers from a range of different content areas and possibly for other nearby partner schools. The day will begin with mingling with staff. Next, the candidates will gather in a room for an orientation to the iLEAD philosophy and culture. All candidates will teach a 45-minute to one-hour class in an iLEAD classroom appropriate to their content area. This can be based on what the learners are already studying or something they are passionate about. After the lesson, learners and current staff fill out feedback forms on the candidate. In addition to teaching, the candidates spend time observing in the classrooms on a school tour. During the rotations, the candidates interview informally with groups of parents and learners in the Village. Toward the end of the day, candidates will gather in a classroom to design projects with groups from the Star Search and current staff. Since we value collaboration and adult learning, we want to see how well candidates can work with other adults. To culminate the day-long interview process, teams will present their projects to the iLEAD family.
iLEAD shall be nonsectarian in its programs, admission policies, employment practices and all other operations and shall not discriminate against any pupil or employee on the basis of their characteristics, whether actual or perceived, as listed in Education Code section 220, including but not necessarily limited to the following: disability, gender, nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, association with a person or group with one or more of the above actual or perceived characteristics. [Ref. California Education Code §47605 (d)(1)]
The iLEAD Residency Program is a year-long hands-on training opportunity that provides extensive experience in all aspects of school management, including capacity building, leadership and team-building skills, culture building, curriculum development, start-up, governance, facilities management, budget development, contingency management, revenue management, sound fiscal policies and practices, etc. Apply for the iLEADership Residency program by e-mailing your résumé and reasons you think you are a fit for iLEAD Schools to firstname.lastname@example.org/.