Benefits Available for Part-time Certificated Staff as outlined in the OEA Master Agreement
Part-time certificated staff with a .5 FTE or more are eligible to receive full health insurance.
District will pay 50% of the percentage it pays for full-time certificated staff.
Premium cost will be paid through payroll deductions.
Group term life insurance eligibility.
Sick leave, personal leave, and bereavement leave provisions are available.
Salary Schedule: As outlined in applicable negotiated agreement
Position Purpose: Plans for, teaches, and facilitates learning for all students. Creates a positive learning environment. Maintains academic progress, records, and discipline. Works collaboratively with students, parents and staff to provide and implement classroom education to meet the needs of all students.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Education: Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in education from an accredited college or university.
A valid NE Teaching Certificate or the ability to obtain one with appropriate endorsement(s) for the specified position (art, library media, music - vocal/instrumental, physical education/health).
A demonstrated philosophy that all students can and will learn.
Excellent attendance record
Excellent communication skills oral and written
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Best Instructional Practices
Positive interpersonal skills
Professional verification of successful classroom teacher performance and/or student teaching experience.
Evidence of the willingness and the ability to comply with the standards for ethical and professional performance established by the State Board of Education.
This individual will exhibit skills pertinent to foster positive human relationships and the ability to work effectively with students, staff, parents and the community
A willingness and demonstrated abilities conducive to a continuous quest for quality education.
Essential Performance Responsibilities
Developing students’ cognitive capacity and respect for learning
Positively fostering students’ self-esteem.
Working with and understanding a diverse student population.
Integration of leadership, technology, and communication in to the curriculum.
Planning for and guiding the learning process to help student achieve program objectives.
Maintaining an atmosphere conducive to learning.
Implementing useful diagnostic and progress assessment measures.
Selecting and using effective instructional methods and learning materials.
Establishing a cooperative relationship with all assigned students.
Maintaining open lines of communication with parents, guardians and staff.
Engaging in professional growth activities through an ongoing program of job related knowledge and skill development.
Working collaboratively to achieve the overall purpose of the school’s program and support the District’s vision, aims and goals.
Integrating the themes of leadership, technology, and communication with a diverse population.
About Omaha Public Schools
Omaha Public Schools: where every child is known, loved, and inspired! Our mission is to prepare all students to excel in college, career and life. Our district consists of 63 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 7 high schools, 1 virtual school, and 13 alternative programs. We enroll 50,000 students from various ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds. We serve more than 18,000 English Language Learners and 120 languages. #OPSProud