Careers

Secondary Mathematics Curriculum Specialist

Description

The Mathematics Curriculum Specialist (Secondary) position requires a bachelor’s degree and at least five years teaching experience in high school, preferably Geometry, Algebra II, and Trigonometry courses or above. Experience as a curriculum coach or instructional facilitator is preferred. TLI is especially interested in applicants with a strong understanding of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.


Job responsibilities include (among other duties):


     - conducting professional development supporting TLI’s Mathematics program;
     - helping schools and districts transition to the Common Core State Standards- Mathematics;
     - supporting teachers in addressing the CCSS in Geometry and Algebra II;
     - training TLI users to make data-informed decisions to improve student outcomes;
     - providing guidance and leadership to TLI clients in the area of secondary mathematics;
     - managing TLI’s secondary mathematics assessment program; and
     - providing expertise in mathematics to help innovate new products and programs.

The ideal candidate will possess a high level of mathematics content expertise, excellent communication and presentation skills, comfort with ambiguity, and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously.


Salary: TLI provides a generous compensation and benefits package for high-quality work.
This is a full-time position located in Hot Springs, AR and requires some travel, mostly within Arkansas.
Applicants may be asked to complete performance tasks related to position.

Contact Info

To apply, please email a current résumé and cover letter to:

Joel Rush

The Learning Institute

email: joel.rush@tli.net

Letters of recommendation, current transcript(s), and writing sample(s) may be requested upon receipt of résumé.

PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.

English Language Arts Curriculum Specialist (Secondary Level)

Description

The English Language Arts Curriculum Specialist (Secondary) position requires a bachelor’s degree and at least five years teaching experience in middle and/or high school English. Experience as a curriculum coach or instructional facilitator is preferred. TLI is especially interested in applicants with a strong understanding of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts (ELA).

Job responsibilities include (among other duties):

- conducting professional development supporting TLI’s English Language Arts program;
- helping schools and districts transition to the Common Core standards for ELA;
- training TLI users to make data-informed decisions to improve student outcomes;
- providing guidance and leadership to TLI clients in the area of secondary ELA;
- managing TLI’s secondary ELA assessment program; and
- providing expertise in ELA to help innovate new products and programs.

The ideal candidate will possess a high level of English/Language Arts content expertise, excellent communication and presentation skills, comfort with ambiguity, and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously.

Salary: TLI provides a generous compensation and benefits package for high-quality work.

Contact Info

To apply, please email a current resume and cover letter to:

Joel Rush
The Learning Institute
email: joel.rush@tli.net

Letters of recommendation, current transcript(s), and writing sample(s) may be requested upon receipt of resume.

PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.