K-2nd Elementary Science Teacher
- Kindergarten through second-grade students will grow, on average, 1.5 years in math and reading.
- Students receiving interventions will, on average, grow 2 years in reading.
- Third- through fifth-grade students taking CMAS will score an average of 45% on track for the next grade level with 10% scoring exceeding expectations.
- Average Daily Attendance at each RMP school will be at least 96%.
- At least 90% of students who start at RMP, stay at RMP. (We call this the Persistence Goal.)
In this role, you will:
- Use our high-quality curriculum and data systems to drive outstanding scholar growth and proficiency while proactively collecting data on student performance
- Consistently collect, enter, and analyze academic data to provide targeted instruction and interventions that promote a culture of learning
- Build a strong classroom culture where scholars can learn, grow and thrive through predictable routines, structures, proactive and restorative practices
- Cultivate a strong, healthy working environment for co-workers that is focused on kids-first
- Work collaboratively and communicate regularly with teammates, parents, and administrators
- Regularly attend professional development sessions meant to provide direct feedback and coaching to help grow you in your instructional practice
- Thoroughly plan, prep and internalize lessons in order to maximize class time and student learning
- Model our PEAK values of Perseverance, Excellence, Adventure, and Kindness
- Demonstrate a hungry, humble, smart, and results-oriented mindset and a “by any means necessary” spirit when it comes to driving our big five goals
- Assist with arrival and dismissal duties, and other school community tasks
- Work and collaborate with Special Education teachers and other school support staff to ensure all students are receiving grade-level appropriate content and academic support
In this role, you will help drive 3 goals:
- Please review this chart, find your desired grade level, and review the goals.
- Bachelor’s and/or master’s degree (any subject)
- Completion of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) 45 contact hours
- Pass a background check
- Demonstrate eligibility to work in the United States
- Current Colorado teaching license with elementary education endorsement
- Passing scores on the elementary PRAXIS test
- An official transcript demonstrating a degree (graduate or undergraduate) in elementary education
- Minimum two years of lead teaching experience. (We define lead teachers as the primary teacher in the classroom who was responsible for all academic content.)
- Experience with progress monitoring, data collection, and analysis
- This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position with a salary range of $52,000 – $85,000. Years count as full years spent lead teaching in American public K-12 schools and public Pre-K programs.
- Teachers will have the option to apply for additional leadership roles if they wish. These leadership roles come with stipends ranging from $1,000 – $3,000.
- Teachers are also eligible for performance base pay, $1,000 per metric if they meet the data metrics (goals) for their role
Our benefits package includes:
- Health Insurance (medical, dental, vision)
- Disability Insurance (RMP covers short-term disability coverage at no cost to the employee. Staff members can also select optional long-term coverage.)
- Life Insurance (optional up to $100k – additional options through PERA)
- Retirement (PERA 401k – RMP does not match contributions at this time)
- Paid-Time-Off (Personal/Sick leave)