Position Summary: 9th-12th Grade Teacher
Atlas Preparatory School seeks Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Grade faculty in the following areas: History, Math, Reading, Science, Technology, Health Sciences, Construction, Art, and Special Education. Atlas Preparatory School’s environment welcomes teachers who are relentless in their aim to see student growth and who want to hone their skills as effective teachers in the classroom. Below are some of the tasks required of faculty:
Responsibilities: 9th-12th Grade Teacher
Qualifications and Experience: 9th-12th Grade Teacher
Compensation and Benefits: 9th-12th Grade Teacher
Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Average compensation is $55,000 annually.
Start Date: 9th-12th Grade Teacher
An exceptional candidate will assume a full time role no later than July 2018. The position will remain open until filled.
Commitment to Diversity
Atlas Preparatory School is actively seeking to build a diverse and experienced team of educators. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin. We are an equal opportunity employer.
How do I apply for a position at Atlas Prep?
Interested candidates should watch the Employment Video and read through all materials posted on the employment section of the website. Instructions for what application materials are requested are listed above and include the submission of the following: Resume, Personalized Cover Letter, Two References, Inquiry Form and Relevant Student Achievement Data.
Applications will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
What is the student demographic Atlas Prep intends to serve?
Atlas Prep is chartered through Harrison School District Two because it is a historically underserved and underperforming district in Colorado Springs. We currently serve a student of approximately 940 students in the 5th through 12th grade that is 91% free and reduced lunch, 68% Hispanic, 18% White, and 14% African-American.
What is meant by “relevant student achievement data”?
Concrete data that demonstrates candidates have achieved above average performance for their students in the past. Example data may include state / national exam scores, and or other meaningful internal exam data.
What is a charter school, and how is it different from a traditional public school?
A charter school is essentially a public school that has been granted greater autonomy over budget, curriculum, and personnel, in return for greater accountability in the form of expected above average student achievement with a particular demographic of students and or academic model.