Madison Metropolitan School District

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Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Cross Categorical Special Education Teacher Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in Cross-Categorical Special Education or any other high-incidence special education area (CD/LD/EBD/etc). Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Cross Categorical Special Education is a shortage area for MMSD. We may consider candidates who hold the minimum of a Bachelor's degree, if the candidate is willing to pursue the full certification and license required for the position. The district does not provide financial support for the continued education that is required to achieve the certification. The district does not select or endorse any particular certification program that leads to the required Wisconsin teaching license. A candidate must be hired by a school district in order to apply for a One-Year License with Stipulations with DPI.MMSD must first consider applicants who are fully licensed to teach cross categorical special education before considering applicants who are not yet licensed.For more information about the One Year with Stipulations licensing process: https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/license-with-stipulationsTo search DPI-approved certification programs: https://apps4.dpi.wi.gov/TepdlUiEppLkp/Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. "Early Hiring Interviews" will begin in January 2021 (contracts issued "early" for a Fall 2021 star date). School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
21-22 Program Support Teacher (Cross-Categorical Special Education)We are searching for an experienced 21-22 Program Support Teacher (Cross-Categorical Special Education) at our Generic Location facility.  Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Essential Functions:Provides ongoing professional development, including coaching and modeling to develop the capacity of Cross Categorical teachers and instructional teams to:develop and deliver universally designed and differentiated curriculum and instruction;use student level formative and summative performance data to guide and modify instruction to increase student achievement.design and implement accommodations within the regular & special education environments;design and implement modifications to the core curriculum and instructional practices when needed; match instruction to student need; andimplement necessary accommodations for statewide and districtwide assessments for students with disabilities. Mentor new CC Teachers.Assist special education staff in planning for /evaluating impact of high quality/effective instruction and intervention practices for students with disabilities (e.g., implementing evidence-based academic and behavioral interventions, assessment/data collection, and analysis of student learning to improve instruction).  Participate in and provide input regarding problem-solving the needs of struggling learners within student support and intervention team (SSIT) meetings.Assist school-based staff in successfully implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) procedural/substantive requirements.Coach staff in the creating/implementing effective Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs).Work collaboratively with principals and other staff to develop school infrastructure to support a multi-tiered system of support (Response to Instruction & Intervention practices), including service delivery models, progress monitoring practices, staff roles/responsibilities and data analysis practicesCollaborate with principal and School Improvement Partner, and Assistant Director to identify key actions/strategies which improve the outcomes of students with disabilities, and integrate into School Improvement Plan (SIP).Assist principal and leadership team in analyzing data to identify gaps/growth areas, SIP goals, and professional development plans/activities.Proactively support and be involved in systems change efforts and District areas of emphasis. Collaborate with principal and instructional coaches (Instructional Resource Teacher, Learning Coordinator, Literacy Coach) to improve student achievement building-wide.Chair new evaluations for students referred for special education evaluation and may serve as evaluator.Develop special education staff capacity to conduct quality evaluations that meet legal requirements, District policy, and that inform instruction and interventions.Assist special education staff in developing and implementing quality IEPs that guide instruction, services and that allow for effective progress monitoring and goal completion.Support staff to ensure compliance with all legal requirements of IDEA.Support staff in using the eIDEA system.Serve as Local Education Agency (LEA) representative, sharing this responsibility with other school or District staff who may also serve as LEA.Serve as liaison between school staff and Special Education administration.Facilitate manifestation determination (MD) for students recommended for expulsion.In collaboration with district-level staff, support school staff in completion of Assistive Technology assessment process, Extended School Year planning/projection process, students moving across levels (SMAL), and referrals to district support teams (e.g., Intensive Support Team).Attend regular meetings and professional development sessions as determined by Student Services.Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Assistant Director of Student ServicesRequired Qualifications:Required Certification(s):Hold a valid special education teacher license granted by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Detailed knowledge related to IDEA compliance and quality practices.Knowledge of and capacity to provide school-based leadership in planning & implementing a vast array of special education service delivery approaches across the full continuum of environments.Capacity and willingness to lead formal and informal school-based professional learning on a regular basis. Capacity to learn to coach peers through the use of coaching cycles.Provide support and technical assistance to School Based Leadership Teams related to action steps for students with disabilities. Minimum Qualifications:At least five years of experience providing exceptional instruction and services to students with disabilities. Advanced knowledge of IDEA, including application of current DPI guidance. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with staff, administration, and parents in order to solve challenges and implement change in accordance with department and district initiatives.  Documented ability to apply MTSS principles, including development and implementation of data collection systems, and analysis of data to inform instruction.  In depth knowledge of district supported academic and behavioral interventions.Ability to analyze building level data to inform instructional practices.  Ability to develop and lead professional learning for building-based staff.Excellent written and oral communication skills.Desired Qualifications:Currently holds or is working towards completion of a graduate level degree.Commitment to deepening professional knowledge and improving practices over time.Commitment to improving the outcomes of students with disabilities by applying evidence-based practices, including inclusion of students with disabilities in general education environments to the fullest extent possible.Other Information:The primary role of the program support teacher is to provide technical assistance, guidance, and support to teachers, administrators, and support staff who educate students with disabilities, ensuring that all children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.The Madison Metropolitan School District has a commitment to providing special education and related services accessible within inclusive educational environments to the extent possible.  To accelerate the learning of our students with disabilities and meet their unique needs, special education and related services are provided throughout an array of educational environments (e.g., integrated/general education, community-based, special education and home-based) thus providing the richest possible experience.ExemptAnnual Salary43,000.00 - 65,000.00Our company provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Bilingual Education Teacher (Spanish/English) Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.General DutiesServing as a bilingual classroom teacher as part of the District’s bilingual and English Language Learner (ELL) programsAssisting in the development of curriculum for bilingual and ESL instruction in the DistrictProviding classroom instruction to students in bilingual classroomsProviding additional support and leadership to the bilingual and ESL education programs as requestedEssential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsNative-like fluency in Spanish and EnglishPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingThree Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching licenses, or willingness to purse all three licenses, in Regular Education, Bilingual Education, and ESL. Your Wisconsin teaching license(s) must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract.Middle and High SchoolCore content (Math, Science, English, Language Arts, or Social Studies)Bilingual/Bi-CulturalESLElementary and Middle SchoolRegular Education Grades 1-8 or Elementary/Middle EducationBilingual/Bi-CulturalESLBilingual Education is a shortage area for MMSD. We may consider candidates who hold the minimum of a Bachelor's degree, if the candidate is willing to pursue the full certification and license required for the position. The district does not provide financial support for the continued education that is required to achieve the certification. The district does not select or endorse any particular certification program that leads to the required Wisconsin teaching license. A candidate must be hired by a school district in order to apply for a One-Year License with Stipulations with DPI.MMSD must first consider applicants who are fully licensed to teach bilingual education before considering applicants who are not yet licensed.For more information about the One Year with Stipulations licensing process: https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/license-with-stipulationsTo search DPI-approved certification programs: https://apps4.dpi.wi.gov/TepdlUiEppLkp/Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.Thank you for your interest in school-based positions with Madison Metropolitan School District for the 2021-22 school year. We are committed to finding the best teachers for our schools and we are pleased that you are considering our District for employment.After a thorough review of your application, we may invite you to participate in the next step in our process, which is a verbal and written assessment.  This step is mandatory for further consideration. The assessment is intended to examine your Spanish fluency through conversation and in written form.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Bilingual Resource Specialist PoolWe are searching for an experienced Bilingual Resource Specialist Pool at our Generic Location facility.  Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The Spanish Bilingual Resource Specialist allocation is designed to serve Spanish-speaking students andfamilies at each individual school site. Low incidence language and Hmong BRS are district-wide asdirected. While BRS are placed at buildings, they are allocated to serve the needs of students andfamilies across the district. When applicable, schedules need to accommodate time for other dutiesthat are assigned to them (report card comment translations, IEP interpretations, etc.), while adheringto their school responsibilities whenever possible.A. Instructional Supports & Service Delivery● BRS maintain and adhere to a weekly schedule of academic andlinguistic support, created in association with school administrationand teaching staff based on the needs of English Learners (ELs) intheir work sites as indicated on students’ IPS forms. It is essential thatall staff (teachers, administrators, etc.) understand the flexible natureof BRS schedules.● Provide students with academic, linguistic, and cultural supports inthe classroom in collaboration with teaching staff or administratorswhen appropriate.● Facilitate and enhance communication, including translation andinterpretation.● Build relationships with ELs and their families.Student Placement● Support secretary/office and English as a Second Language(ESL)/Bilingual Resource Teacher (BRT) staff to welcome families intothe school district, provide interpretation to ensure all paperwork iscompleted and share the array of services available to the student toinform parent decisions.● Assist ESL/BRT with communication to families regarding the HomeLanguage Survey and ESL status and services by providinginterpretation.● Work with the ESL/BRT to ensure EL records are complete and current.● Help transition newcomers into student life through social, emotional, andacademic support in collaboration with other staff (i.e. school socialworker, ESL/BRT).Collaboration with Teaching Staff● Participate as an active team member in the discussion ofacademic, transition, graduation and career/vocational issuesrelated to ELs.● Contribute ideas to the planning of the ESL/Bilingual instructionalprograms, including culturally relevant materials, resources, and waysDecember 2019of responding to students.● Differentiate and obtain cultural background information relevant forinstruction and assessment of student performance.● Implement one-on-one and small group lesson plans created inadvance by certified teaching staff to provide pre-teaching and/orinstructional reinforcement.● Consult with staff to provide possible cultural or language-basedexplanations to student issues.Classroom Support● Provide support to ELs in core academic instruction with intention andplanning in an inclusive environment, under the guidance of theclassroom teacher and/or ESL/BRT. This support occurs in students’native language, as well as in English, based on students’ linguistic andacademic needs.● Provide support to ELs in small groups within or outside of theclassroom as needed. When determining which ELs BRS are assignedto support, ESL teams should consider the Oral Language Compositescores from ACCESS for the students. Students that need orallanguage support are those with lower Oral Language Compositesubscores. Please note that any support that happens outside theclassroom should be short-term, should not interfere with coreinstruction occurring in the classroom and needs to be documentedon the student’s IPS form.Assessment● Provide appropriate accommodations (i.e. interpretation support)as outlined by the Office of Assessment Administration for ELsduring testing situations. This does not include proctoring whichmust be done by a certified teacher.B. Communication● Facilitate communication between linguistically and/or culturallydifferent parties.● Provide written translation of school-specific documents.● Provide interpretation for school staff (principal, teacher, nurse,etc.) who are contacting parents in person and over the phonewith the staff member present. This is often done throughsequential oral interpretation, which allows the parent theopportunity to ask questions of the person who contacted them.● Collaborate with and connect students/families with staff byproviding oral interpretation in person and over the phoneregarding all topics that affect student life.December 2019● Provide oral interpretation at school events and meetings.● Facilitate communication prior to Individual Educational Plan (IEP)meetings, and provide interpretation during IEP meetings.● Assist families in their native language to complete district/schoolpaperwork and applications.C. Cultural Liaison● Assist the family and the student to navigate the norms andpractices, both social and academic, of the U.S. school system(report cards, Summer School, etc.) and community.● Work with families to gather information about their social andacademic norms and practices, and share this information withstaff during established meetings (i.e. grade level meetings).● Explain the district Code of Conduct to students and families.● Provide social/emotional support for ELs, particularly thosestruggling with bridging school culture.● Help schools develop a system of culturally relevant familyoutreach● Connect students/families with district and community resources:e.g. clinics, dental and eye care; free health events; academictutoring; housing and employment support services; etc.● Facilitate communication to outside agencies and relayrecommendations of community-based services between staffand families.Required Qualifications:Language Proficiency Requirements for BRS● Must pass MMSD oral and written proficiency assessment in targetlanguage and English (based on district screening process)ExemptHourly Wage22.89 - 41.21Our company provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
21-22 - Substitute Secretary Pool16.41 - 17.45District WideWhy You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We are seeking highly motivated and energetic applicants for openings for the 2021-22 school year The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply.  Becoming a Model School District We have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. To achieve this vision, we seek talent at all levels, in all positions, who are committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population. Purpose of Position:Under supervision performs general clerical tasks according to established guidelines.Essential Duties:Answers the telephone;Assists students, staff, parents, volunteers, and the community with various questions and concerns;Records Attendance;Receives and records fees;.Performs payroll, accounting and generating word correspondenceProcesses letters, memos, and reports;Assists in maintenance of records which includes filing;Sorts and distributes mail;Collects, inputs, and retrieves data from various District applications like MUNIS, Infinite Campus, AESOP, etc.Assists students who are ill or injured; may include administering medications;Performs other related duties as assigned.Qualifications:Ability to communicate effectively with diverse clientele, staff, and the community, orally and in writing;Ability to deal with the public in a professional, courteous manner;Ability to proficiently use a personal computer;Knowledge of generally accepted bookkeeping practices.Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.Two years successful office experience or a combination of experience and formal training equivalent to two years, including one year of computer experience (word processing & data entry).Proficient experience with Google Suite, Microsoft Suite and databases such as MunisADDITIONAL INFORMATION:Substitute secretaries may indicate their assignment preferences with respect to work location. They are not, however, guaranteed that assignments will be available at their preferred locations;Substitute secretaries may decline assignments, and may indicate if they are not available for work for a period of time;Substitute secretaries are not guaranteed hours;A substitute secretary who is called in error and reports to an assignment, and is not subsequently reassigned, will receive 1/2 day's pay at the applicable rate. If the substitute is reassigned to another work location, he/she will be reimbursed for mileage between the original and subsequent work locations;A substitute secretary who works on the same day at more than one work location will be reimbursed for mileage between work locations;This position is covered by the provisions of the Supportive Educational Employees Collective Addendum of the Employee Handbook. The following is an informal outline of selected provisions;Substitute secretaries will be treated equally with all other external candidates for vacant positions. They are not eligible for internal transfers or promotions;Substitute secretaries are not eligible for benefits.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Building Services - 21-22 Plumber Pool - 1.0/40 hpwPflaum Road Building40.58 - 40.58Why You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We are seeking highly motivated and energetic applicants for openings for the 2021-22 school year The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictWe have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community.To achieve this vision, we seek talent at all levels, in all positions, who are committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population. Essential DutiesUnder general supervision of the Assistant Director of Building Services - Facilities and direct supervision of Manager of Engineer Facilities, Plumbers are responsible for a wide variety of duties in the installation, maintenance and repair of water lines, sewers, water heaters, softeners, plumbing fixtures, etc., in all Madison Metropolitan School District facilities.Completing plumbing work associated with maintenance and repair activities.Installing new plumbing work associated with remodeling work.Visiting each building frequently and be familiar with the various plumbing systems  and componentsParticipating in hands-on repairs, installation and maintenance of plumbing systems  and components.Obtaining required building permits.Estimating and procuring materials.Maintaining records of materials and labor associated with assigned work.Overseeing plumbing work of others as assigned.Repairing and maintaining the swimming pool mechanical system.Performing other related duties as assigned.Qualifications: Licensing and KSA requirements, Competencies Increasing progressive responsibility as a Journey Worker plumber by an appropriate authority or documented training and experience equivalent to a journey worker.Progressive and successful experience in a recognized apprentice program for plumbers.Hold a valid Wisconsin drivers license. May require use of a personal vehicle.Satisfactory driving record (all driving records will be checked).Hold State of Wisconsin Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention License or willing to obtain.Knowledge of federal, state, and local codes, regulations and ordinances relating to construction activities and specifically with plumbing work.Knowledge of major types of plumbing installations, their common and unusual breakdowns and standard repair procedures.Knowledge of the safety requirements, state code and general orders of the Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations and the laws relating to sanitation and public health.Ability to read, interpret and work from construction plans, shop drawings and material specifications.Skill in the use of all tools common to the plumbing trade. Knowledge of and ability with plumbing rough-in work.Knowledge of swimming pool codes and ability to troubleshoot, service and maintain pool mechanical and chemical feed systems.Proven ability to work cooperatively and effectively with co-workers, contractors, technical consultants and the public.Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one’s own cultural competence, ie, valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one’s skills and expertise and having the desire to learn in these areas.Must hold a State of Wisconsin Journeyworker Plumbers license.Positions may require varied working hours and being available on an emergency basis.This job is physically demanding - medium to heavy work.  There is constant standing, walking, and moving depending on day to day tasks.  There will be frequent pushing and pulling of loads up to 70+ pounds.  There is frequent bending, stooping, and utilizing proper lifting techniques loads up to 50+ pounds.  There is frequent sitting, driving, squatting, crouching, ladder and stair climbing, able to handle 30 ft heights, crawling, reaching, kneeling, lifting up to 75 pounds, and repetitive movements with both hands.  Verbal and auditory communication is frequently used.  Near and far vision acuity, depth perception, accommodation, field of vision, and feeling are frequently utilized.May require working outdoors, evenings and weekends. Occasional shift and work location changes may also be required. May involve exposure to asbestos and lead based surfaces.Next Steps After you've submitted your application for this position:You will be invited to complete a video interview.   In order to be considered for this vacancy, your video interview must be completed by the end of the day Thursday (during the week the job closes). For example, if you do not apply until Wednesday (the day the job closes) you have just one day to complete and submit the video interview. You will also be invited to complete fluency testing, both a written and verbal assessment, if you have not yet completed one.All internal applicants who meet minimum requirements and have a completed first-round video interview on file will be forwarded to the principal who will be scheduling in-person interviews for this position. That principal/school will reach out to you if they would like to move you forward to an in-person interview at their school.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
21-22 NA/SEA-Medically Fragile and Sub NA Applicant PoolDistrict Wide15.77 - 16.57Why You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We are seeking highly motivated and energetic applicants. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictWe have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. To achieve this vision, we seek talent at all levels, in all positions, who are committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population.Essential DutiesProvide basic emergency care for illness or injury.Monitor students' health status during periods of short-term rest or recovery.Administer medications and carry out nursing procedures under the delegation of the school nurse.Maintain student health records, via computers and patient care records.Notify appropriate personnel of emergency situations, including parents, physicians, building personnel, and hospitals.Order and maintain all necessary supplies and equipment in the health office.Maintain cleanliness of health office, including health office laundry.Assist in school health screening follow up.Prepare bulletin board displays.Other related duties as assigned.Qualifications: Licensing and KSA requirements, CompetenciesAbility to communicate effectively with diverse students, staff, and community, orally and in writing.Ability to follow oral and written directions.Ability to maintain student confidentiality.Ability to work independently.Ability to direct others.Ability to make judgments and perform when confronted with emergency situations.Able to type at least 40 w.p.m.Experience working in a windows environment.Job requires sitting, standing, walking, lifting (up to 50 lbs), climbing, bending, reaching and kneeling. (Medical exam required for employees transferring from EA job to NA or SEA job).Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.Experience working with students with diabetesLicensed RN, LPN or successful completion of approved school nurse assistant course within last year and update within 3 years.CPR certificationFirst Aid certificationDesiredPrior experience working with school age children desired.Fluency in Spanish is highly desiredExperience working in middle or high school setting as nurse's assistant.Demonstrated skill working in fast paced environment with need to multi task throughout the day.Next Steps:After you've submitted your application for this position, you will be invited to complete a video interview.   In order to be considered for this vacancy, your video interview must be completed by the end of the day Thursday (during the week the job closes). For example, if you do not apply until Wednesday (the day the job closes) you have just one day to complete and submit the video interview. You will also be invited to complete fluency testing, both a written and verbal assessment, if you have not yet completed oneAll internal applicants who meet minimum requirements and have a completed first-round video interview on file will be forwarded to the principal who will be scheduling in-person interviews for this position. That principal/school will reach out to you if they would like to move you forward to an in-person interview at their school. 
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
21-22 - Food Service Worker II PoolDistrict Wide15.77 - 15.77Note: Selected candidates for permanent positions, at schools or the Food Production Center, are expected to work summer school.Why You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We are Wisconsin’s second largest district, serving 27,000 students throughout 52 schools in the city and surrounding areas. We have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. To achieve this vision, we seek talent at all levels, in all positions, who are committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population. General Responsibilities:Under general supervision assist with the preparation, packaging and distribution of school meals. Promote positive attitude and teamwork in the lunchroom in order to provide a pleasant experience for students. Examples of Duties:Collect cash and report meals from students and adults including computer operation.Distribute food in proper portions.Clean tables, kitchen equipment and general food service area.Maintain student account records.Other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications:Completion of day long ServSafe Program on food safety and sanitation procedures before probation is completed.Work requires walking, lifting, climbing, bending, reaching and kneeling.Ability to operate a personal computer.Ability to ensure timely heating and serving of meals.Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.Six months of food service experience.Must have reliable means of transportation to work each day.Three months of cashiering, customer service, or related experience.Desired Qualifications:Serve Safe CertificationHigh school diploma or GED equivalent. 
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
21-22 - Security Assistant PoolDistrict Wide18.38 - 18.38Why You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We are seeking highly motivated and energetic applicants for openings for the 2021-22 school year The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictWe have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. To achieve this vision, we seek talent at all levels, in all positions, who are committed to being anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive. We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population. Essential DutiesSchool Security Assistants (SSA's) are assigned to Madison middle and high schools and work in support of the school principal to provide a safe environment for students and staff. SSA's receive extensive training in Conflict Resolution Skills, Response to Emergency Situations, First Aid/CPR and on legal matters as they pertain to the enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct. School Security Assistants work closely with members of the Madison Police Department and other agencies and emergency responders.Assists in the maintenance of order, including the utilization of crisis intervention techniques to control situations.Assists in conducting investigations and cooperates with law enforcement personnel when necessary.Reports and documents incidents as directed by school Principals and the SecurityCoordinator in and around the school building and grounds.Renders First Aid as needed.Intervenes in altercations between students, staff or the public, as needed, to maintain safety and security.Participates in emergencies such as fire, evacuation, lockdown and tornado drills.Testifies at hearings, as needed.Provides guidance to students regarding support services that are available.Establishes and maintains contact records, documentation of observations and a daily log of activities.Provides supervision at school sponsored bus trips, athletic events, as needed.Assists in controlling and identifying loiterers, trespassers and other unauthorized people.Produces reports regarding school incidents as directed.Assists in the enforcement of the MMSD Conduct and Discipline Code and other school regulations.Coordinates efforts with the Madison Police Department Officers, Educational Resource Officers and Detective Liaison and those assigned to perform hallway supervision.Compiles and summarizes monthly and year to date reports.Patrols parking lots, school grounds, hallways, stairwells, doorways, rooms, storage areas and offsite locations as directed.Becomes knowledgeable on the proper functioning of all security equipment and assists the Principals and the Security Coordinator as directed with the use of the equipment.Performs other duties as assigned related to a safe school environment.Other related duties as assigned.Qualifications: Licensing and KSA requirements, Competencies Ability to work in a diverse work environment. Work requires walking, running, lifting, climbing, bending, reaching and kneeling.Ability to work effectively with students, staff and the community.Ability to effectively quell physical and verbal altercations between students, staff or the public.Excellent communication skills.Must be highly competent and committed to student success and safety.Must be able to work well under stress and to react appropriately in emergency situations.Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment physical.Must be able to successfully pass a comprehensive background check.Must be able to write accurate and complete reports.Possess a valid Wisconsin driver's license and the availability of properly insured vehicle.Training and experience related to crisis intervention and emergency medical procedures.CPR/AED certification required.Experience working with middle and high school age youth.Preferred: Prior security experience.Knowledge of the juvenile justice system.Next StepsAfter you've submitted your application for this position:You will be invited to complete a video interview.   In order to be considered for this vacancy, your video interview must be completed by the end of the day Thursday (during the week the job closes). For example, if you do not apply until Wednesday (the day the job closes) you have just one day to complete and submit the video interview. You will also be invited to complete fluency testing, both a written and verbal assessment, if you have not yet completed one.All internal applicants who meet minimum requirements and have a completed first-round video interview on file will be forwarded to the principal who will be scheduling in-person interviews for this position. That principal/school will reach out to you if they would like to move you forward to an in-person interview at their school.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. Substitute Teacher - Certified and PermitWhy You Should Work with MMSD!The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is committed to Becoming a Model School District by striving to provide an anti-racist, culturally responsive, and inclusive atmosphere. MMSD actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. We have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school, that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community.  We welcome applicants who will actively contribute to our ongoing commitment to making MMSD a thriving, welcoming environment for all students, families and staff. We firmly believe in and are here to create a work environment that is challenging and rewarding, while supporting employees in their career path. We strive to provide, encourage, grow and develop a talented workforce that better supports and represents the diversity of our student population. Substitute Teachers are hired on a rolling basis from July through April of each school year.Competency AreasHigh Expectations For Every StudentCultural CompetenceTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetMinimum QualificationsCertified State of Wisconsin Teaching License (applicant holds degree in Education; license on file prior to employment; )copy of your official transcripts showing a degree in educationInstructional PracticeExperience working with children and youthExperience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.PermitState of Wisconsin 3-Year Short-Term Substitute License (applicant holds degree in non-Education area; applies for license after being hired by MMSD)Bachelor's degreeGood academic standingofficial transcripts showing at least a bachelor's level degreeExperience working with children and youthExperience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward improving one's own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity recognizing personal limitations in one's skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.Salary Range161.92 - 161.92 Daily WageNext Steps After submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Timeline Human Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis as they apply, from July through April of each school year.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
AVID Lead TutorDistrict Wide18.50 - 18.50PURPOSE OF POSITIONAVID tutorials offer a collaborative environment in which students use the inquiry process and Socratic dialogue to address points of confusion from their content classes. AVID tutors support our AVID Elective students who are underrepresented in higher education, through the facilitation of the AVID 10-step tutorial process to ensure students are thinking critically and problem-solving using inquiry. Additionally, AVID tutors serve as role models for AVID Elective students.RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITIONSupport AVID scholars through facilitating small group tutorial sessions Model inquiry, academic language, higher level thinking, and problem solving skillsProvide feedback on student work and group collaboration In collaboration with AVID Elective Teachers and Coordinators, lead debriefs and collaborate dialogue with a team of tutors to support scholars’ agency Assist AVID Elective Teachers and Coordinators with tutorial routines, structures and student support in the AVID Elective Classrooms Adhere to district/site policies and proceduresEngage in ongoing professional development WORK LOCATIONLead AVID Tutors will work in one of MMSD’s eleven middle schools that implement the AVID elective. Placement is based on tutor availability, academic strengths, work experience, and Madison Metropolitan Middle School needs.HOURS OF WORKLead AVID Tutors are required to work the same schedule on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, or Tuesday through Friday during the academic school day.Lead AVID Tutors are scheduled somewhere between 5-15 hours of work per week in the AVID Elective Class as well as an additional 6 hours throughout the week to provide additional classroom and coordinator support (schedule coordinated to work with the AVID team’s needs).MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSCandidates are either currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college or a college graduatePrevious AVID tutoring experience Previous experience working with diverse middle school or high school-aged youthExperience with small group facilitationPrevious experience working in a school setting or with school staffExcellent communication skillsAbility to commit for the entirety of the 2021-22 school yearAVID Alumni are strongly encouraged to applyADDITIONAL DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:Proficiency or Fluency in both English and Spanish languagesPrevious experience working in a school setting or with school staffExperience working with students in a pre-college or college readiness programAbility to commit for the entirety of the 2021-22 school year (or at minimum one semester) NEXT STEPSAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a video interview (via Zoom) if you meet minimum qualifications.PLEASE NOTEYou will not be invited to an in-person interview without two verified professional references. You must enter updated names & contact information for former or current supervisors, employers, or other contacts who can verify your work/volunteer experience.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
AVID Tutor - English & Bilingual SpanishDistrict Wide15.00 - 17.00PURPOSE OF POSITIONAVID tutorials offer a collaborative environment in which students use the inquiry process and Socratic dialogue to address points of confusion from their content classes. AVID tutors support our AVID Elective students who are underrepresented in higher education, through the facilitation of the AVID 10-step tutorial process to ensure students are thinking critically and problem-solving using inquiry. Additionally, AVID tutors serve as role models for AVID Elective students.RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITIONSupport AVID scholars through facilitating small group tutorial sessionsModel inquiry, academic language, higher level thinking, and problem solving skillsProvide feedback on student work and group collaboration Collaborate with a team of tutors and elective teachers to support scholars’ agency Adhere to district/site policies and proceduresEngage in ongoing professional development WORK LOCATION AVID Tutors will work in one of MMSD’s four comprehensive high schools that implement the AVID elective or one of our eleven middle schools. Placement is based on tutor availability, academic strengths, work experience, and Madison Metropolitan High School and Middle School needs.HOURS OF WORKAVID Tutors are required to work the same schedule on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, or Tuesday through Friday.AVID Tutors are scheduled somewhere between 5-15 hours of work per week.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSCandidates are either currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college or a college graduatePrevious experience working with diverse middle school or high school-aged youthExperience with small group facilitationExcellent communication skillsAVID Alumni are strongly encouraged to applyDESIRED QUALIFICATIONSPrevious AVID tutoring experience  Previous experience working in a school setting or with school staffExperience working with students in a pre-college or college readiness programAbility to commit for the entirety of the 2021-22 school year (or at minimum one semester) Proficiency or fluency in both English and Spanish languagesNEXT STEPSAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a video interview (via Zoom) if you meet minimum qualifications.PLEASE NOTEYou will not be invited to an in-person interview without two verified professional references. You must enter updated names & contact information for former or current supervisors, employers, or other contacts who can verify your work/volunteer experience.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Regular Education Teacher PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in Regular Education and/or Secondary Core Content Area. Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Salary Range$43,209.00 - $74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 World Languages Teacher Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in one or more of the following areas: SpanishAmerican Sign Language (ASL) Chinese FrenchGermanOther World Languages  Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Speech/Language Clinician Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesProvide direct speech/language therapy to students who have a speech/language impairment in natural environments and classroom settings.Work as a team member with central office and building based administration, general education teachers, related service providers, special education teachers/assistants, and other school support staff, parents, and community childcare providers.Assess students, develop appropriate individualized education plans, evaluate programs of individual students, and modify/adapt curriculum and materials. Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Use academic content standards to inform the individual education program.Demonstrate basic knowledge in the assessment and use of assistive technology.Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills (empathy, active listening, etc.).Demonstrates strong and effective written and oral communication.Provide direct speech/language therapy to students identified as having a speech/language impairment and in need of special education services.Work with other IEP team participants to design, implement, and evaluate Individual Education Plans based on individual students’ needs in accordance to IDEA.Work in collaboration with general education teachers and school support staff in designing, implementing, and differentiating curriculum, instruction, and assessment for a wide range of students.Work collaboratively with students, parents, school staff, and community providers.Provide instruction in the general education classroom as well as in a variety of other small or individual group instructional settings.Develop strategies to foster social relationships between students with and without disabilities.Communicate student progress to the student, parents, other teachers, related services staff, special education teachers/assistants, administrators, and/or other appropriate individuals.Evaluate student achievement and program effectiveness on a continuing and annual basis and revise programming as appropriate.Work with school staff to effectively transition students moving across levels .Ability to be a creative and flexible problem-solver who is able to work in collaboration with others solving problems as they arise.Demonstration of a working knowledge of the needs of diverse learnersAbility to establish and maintain rapport with students.Minimum QualificationsMaster’s Degree or higher from an accredited program for Speech/Language PathologyPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) pupil services license as a:Speech/Language ClinicianYour Wisconsin teaching license(s) must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Arts Education Teacher (Visual Art & Music) Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in:Music-ChoralMusic-GeneralMusic-InstrumentalArt Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Bilingual Education Teacher (Hmong/English) Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.General DutiesServing as a bilingual classroom teacher as part of the District’s bilingual and English Language Learner (ELL) programsAssisting in the development of curriculum for bilingual and ESL instruction in the DistrictProviding classroom instruction to students in bilingual classroomsProviding additional support and leadership to the bilingual and ESL education programs as requestedEssential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsNative-like fluency in Hmong and EnglishPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingThree Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching licenses, or willingness to purse all three licenses, in Regular Education, Bilingual Education, and ESL. Your Wisconsin teaching license(s) must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract.Middle and High SchoolCore content (Math, Science, English, Language Arts, or Social Studies)Bilingual/Bi-CulturalESLElementary and Middle SchoolRegular Education Grades 1-8 or Elementary/Middle EducationBilingual/Bi-CulturalESLBilingual Education is a shortage area for MMSD. We may consider candidates who hold the minimum of a Bachelor's degree, if the candidate is willing to pursue the full certification and license required for the position. The district does not provide financial support for the continued education that is required to achieve the certification. The district does not select or endorse any particular certification program that leads to the required Wisconsin teaching license. A candidate must be hired by a school district in order to apply for a One-Year License with Stipulations with DPI.MMSD must first consider applicants who are fully licensed to teach bilingual education before considering applicants who are not yet licensed.For more information about the One Year with Stipulations licensing process: https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/license-with-stipulationsTo search DPI-approved certification programs: https://apps4.dpi.wi.gov/TepdlUiEppLkp/Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.Thank you for your interest in school-based positions with Madison Metropolitan School District for the 2021-22 school year. We are committed to finding the best teachers for our schools and we are pleased that you are considering our District for employment.After a thorough review of your application, we may invite you to participate in the next step in our process, which is a verbal and written assessment.  This step is mandatory for further consideration. The assessment is intended to examine your Hmong fluency through conversation and in written form.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Career & Technical Education Teacher Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license, or willingness to pursue, in one or more of the following Career/Technical Education areas:Technology EducationFamily and Consumer EducationMarketing EducationAgriculture EducationBusiness EducationYour Wisconsin teaching license(s) must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. These certification areas are shortages for MMSD. We may consider candidates who have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and who are willing to work toward the full license required for the position. Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Library Media Technology Specialist Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.About the PositionThe purpose of the School Library Media Technology Specialist (LMTS) position is to provide the expertise necessary to ensure that the school library and instructional technology (IT) programs are aligned with the mission, goals and objectives of the school district. The LMTS strives to collaborate with teachers to connect all learners to literature, resources, and technology in order to instill a love of learning and ensure equitable and informed access to information. The LMTS empowers learners to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, effective and ethical users of ideas and information in the information and digital era.Planning and Preparation/The Environment: Building the Learning Environment A.  Learning SpaceEnsures that library hours, space, and seating provide optimum access for all learnersDesigns and maintains a library website that provides 24-7 access to digital informationB.  Collection Selection, Development, and Information AccessBuilds and maintains a comprehensive, current collection supporting different levels, languages, culturesAnticipates resource needs through collaborative partnerships and regularly borrows, lends, and responds to requests from other librariesCollaborates with teachers and administrators to select and evaluate digital tools and resources that enhance teaching and learningC. Resource Management: Budget, Policies and StaffingSpends Common School Fund allocation in accordance with state guidelinesCommunicates policies and procedures to the school community (students, staff and families)Instructs and directs support staff, volunteers, and student assistantsInstruction and Assessment:  Innovation Teaching for Learning Collaborative PlanningA. Collaborates with teams of teachers to implement digital and multimedia best practices while planning, teaching, reflecting and adjustingAssists in developing collaborative projects across the buildingB.  Information and Technology Skills IntegrationConsults with teachers and offers professional development to staff to integrate information and technology skills into all curricular areasModels the use of online digital content and collaborative learning to support and extend student and staff learning opportunities anytime, anywhereModels and facilitates safe, healthy, legal, and ethical uses of digital information and technologiesC.  Teaching and LearningSupports reading and creates an environment where reading is valued for lifelong learningProvides collaborative instruction that addresses multiple literacies such as written, audio, visual and digitalLeads and models the use of emerging resources that allow students to interact with, curate and present informationModels and promotes diversity, cultural understanding, and global awarenessProfessional Responsibilities and Growth: Empowering Learning Through Leadership A.  Staff Development Collaborates with district and building leaders to conduct needs assessments, and to develop and implement technology- rich professional learning opportunities for staff membersB.  AdvocacyAdvocates for, promotes and reports about the role and services of the school library media program, and its’ impact on student achievementSeeks administrative support to ensure that the library media program is a key component of student achievementC.  Professional Development  Seeks and participates in learning opportunities which support professional growth in areas aligned to SIP goals and stays current on issues and trends in order to provide building level leadership and expertiseMinimum QualificationsExceptional interpersonal skills; customer service experience a plusStrong technology skills applicable to instructionLeadership and coaching/training experience preferredPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in:Initial Instructional Library Media SpecialistProfessional Library Media SpecialistLibrary Media Supervisor Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Desired Qualifications Master's of Library Science (MLS) with 2 years LMC experience.Adaptive Schools or other facilitation skills training.Bilingual in English & SpanishSalary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.
Madison Metropolitan School District Madison, WI
Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities. 21-22 Physical Education/Health Teacher Applicant PoolMMSD is seeking highly motivated and energetic teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply. Becoming a Model School DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision - that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn't come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.We know this vision doesn't come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage. About Our DistrictThe Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.Essential DutiesInstructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsibleMeeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needsMinimum QualificationsPosition CompetenciesHigh Expectations For Every StudentInstructional PracticeCultural CompetenceData ProficiencyTeam CollaborationStudent & Family EngagementResilience & Results OrientationSelf-Awareness & Growth MindsetLicensingWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in:Physical Education and Adaptive Physical EducationHealth Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued. Salary Range43,209.00 - 74,101.00 Annual SalarySalary placement is based on two criteria:1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching licenseMinimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor's degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefitsAbout This PostingThis is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available. For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to www.mmsd.org/teach-madison. Next StepsAfter submitting your application, HR will review your information and will invite you to sign up for a first round video interview if you meet minimum qualifications.Candidates who pass the first-round video interview stage will be eligible for second-round, school-based interviewing at schools who have specific vacancies. School-based interviews begin in April and continue throughout the summer as new vacancies become known across the district.TimelineHuman Resources will evaluate candidates on a rolling basis beginning December 1, and as needed thereafter. School-based interviewing for specific positions will begin in mid to late April. Interviews are scheduled based on district/school need and certification/skills of applicants.