Northern Arizona Academy in Taylor, AZ is looking for the following positions for the 2021/2022 School year
The SPED position is an active teaching position in the ED-P classroom and does not develop IEPs or METs.
Advantages of working for us!
Small class sizes
Ability to make a meaningful impact on students
We are located on 1300 Centennial Blvd. Our ideal candidate is attentive, punctual, and hard-working.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related field and Highly Qualified status in at least one subject area as dictated by specific vacancies. Preference will be given to candidates with AZ Teacher Certification and/or experience working with at risk youth.
Must be able to pass a fingerprint and background clearance check.
Must be able to obtain and maintain an Arizona driver’s license.
May be required to demonstrate fluency in English written and oral communications.
May be required to work outside normal working hours.
Certified Teacher $35,700 - $52,500
Highly Qualified Teacher: $31,500 - $48,300
Salary depends on experience and does not include Classroom Site Funds, which pay out at an average of an additional $4000 per year.
NAA is an EOE.
NAA Needs Volunteer Board Members!!!
What do Board Members do?
• Board members make important decisions about the policies of the school, personnel staffing the school, and how the school spends its money. They are also responsible for ensuring the Executive Director is following education law.
Do I need a college degree?
• No, you do not need a college degree. All you need is a resume, a fingerprint clearance card, readiness to allow the state to run a background check, and a willingness to learn the school policies and Open Meeting Law.
• If you do not currently have a Fingerprint Clearance Card, and you are accepted on the board, the school will pay for you to get one.
How much time would this take?
• Meetings are once per month and generally run for 1 to 1 ½ hours.
• Preparation for the meetings including reading policies or reports to help you decide what your vote will be will take about 1-2 hours per month.
• It is not required but visiting the school occasionally so you are in touch with what we are doing and know the staff would be helpful.
How can I become a board member?
• All you do is review the Board Member Job Description, complete the background check affidavit, submit a current resume, and submit copy of your Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card or request application for a FPCC from us.
• Then, attend the next board meeting. The existing board members will review your resume and talk with you so you can ask questions.
For more information contact Amy at 928.536.4222 or email@example.com or through messenger.
We are always hiring for Substitute teachers. Must have 36 college credits and a fingerprint clearance card. Experience with at risk youth a plus.