Summer School Intervention Teacher (part time position) Job Responsibilities: Title I Intervention Specialists Provide reading and/or math intervention instruction in small groups sessions for at-risk students, (average of 6-8 students). Implement a thematic, “blended learning” summer school curriculum that combines small group instruction, hands-on experiences, and online learning. Provide individualized support to students based on identified academic weaknesses. Participate in summer school compliance audits. Complete administrative responsibilities throughout the program ( lesson plans, and progress reports ). Attend training for summer school program. Terms of Employment 2 hour sessions, 2 -4 days a week. Paid prep time. Training provided. Requirements Teacher currently not working in classroom setting. Unassigned, substitute, or retired teachers encouraged. Teaching and/or tutoring experience is required. Bachelor’s degree or endorsement in Education. Familiarity with best intervention strategies in math and reading. Previous experience working with an intervention program (preferred) Must be able to type and upload lesson plans, complete online templates and reports on Google Drive, send and open emails, attach and/or review emailed documents, and log in and maneuver through online curriculum programs. Experience working with English Language Learners and/or Special Education students. (preferred) Spoken and written Spanish (preferred for some schools). Strong classroom management skills. Training in Social Emotional Learning (preferred) Must pass the district-required background check.