Math Interventionist

Teaching Gary, Indiana


Position:               Math Interventionist      

Supervisor:           Principal

Work Site:           Theodore Roosevelt College & Career Academy

Job Summary:

The mission of the Math Interventionist is to increase student achievement. The Math Interventionist will strengthen the school’s mathematics program by providing interventions to students and professional development to teachers which utilize proven research based techniques. The role also offers a competitive compensation.

 Required Qualifications:

  • Valid Indiana teaching certificate
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher with a concentration in Mathematics
  • Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching experience working in high school environment
  • Knowledge of current research and best practices in Mathematics

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Plan and implement student instruction and assessment in mathematics to achieve math curriculum objectives
  • Communicate with students and parents regularly
  • Participate in mathematics professional development as opportunities become available
  • Work effectively with small groups of students at all levels to improve foundational skills needed to be successful in Math courses
  • Analyze formal and informal data on student achievement in mathematics in order to inform instructional planning
  • Identify and select appropriate mathematics instructional materials aligned to content standards and assists classroom teachers in doing the same
  • Accurately complete student data assessment analysis and provide informative reports
  • Other duties as deemed necessary by the Principal

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Ability to demonstrate and maintain positive relationships with colleagues and building principals
  • Experienced in collaborating with teacher teams and adapting work to the needs of teachers and students
  • Knowledge and demonstration of using innovative skills in instruction (analytical thinking, problem solving, communicating, collaborating, and finding and evaluating information).
  • Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to utilize technology for communication and instruction to work with parents, students, and other service agencies
  • Demonstrate organizational skills and initiative for working with minimal direct supervision
  • Knowledge and experience using technology for communication, data analysis, gathering and organizing information for presentations
  • A working knowledge of current research and resources in math instruction
  • Maintain confidentiality

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