JobID 473 : Instructional Coach Math/English (#2032298)

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San Carlos Unified School District #20
Office of Human Resources
P.O. Box 207, San Carlos, Arizona 85550
Phone (928) 475-2315 ? Fax (928) 475-2301
          Mission: We exist to educate and empower students to become culturally responsive, global Nn’ee
              VisionWe will become an effective student focused learning community graduating culturally confident citizens.



EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:  Discrimination against an otherwise qualified individual with a disability or any individual by reason of race, color, religion, sex, and age or national origin is prohibited.  Efforts will be made in recruitment and employment to ensure equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons.  San Carlos Unified School District Governing Board Policy No. GBA.  San Carlos Schools does recognize Native American Preference in Employment.

OPEN: 02/14/2020 – Until filled

SCHOOL YEAR: 2020-2021


The Instructional Coach (IC) is an experienced and successful professional educator who provides content-specific support and mentoring for San Carlos School District teachers and engages fully in the San Carlos community. Instructional Coach will work as a colleague with classroom teachers to support student learning. The IC will focus on individual and group professional development that will expand and refine the understanding about researched-base effective instruction. Each IC collaborates with mentor teachers in his/her department, co-teaching, modeling, facilitate job embedded professional development, classroom walk- through, data collection and analysis, attend weekly leadership meetings, evaluating lesson plans, and meeting frequently with individual teachers regarding their on-going work. As the identified professional teachers on-site, ICs are accountable for the quality of instruction San Carlos Unified students receive and are responsible for supporting San Carlos teachers through their teaching experience.


 QUALIFICATIONS (Education & Experience):

  1. Master’s degree preferred, but demonstrated successful experience improving reading scores across the curricula may substitute for degree.

  2. At least five years as a professional classroom teacher

  3. Knowledge of subject matter and broad knowledge of available resources

  4. Superior presentation, writing and organizational skills

  5. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously

  6. Ability to meet school and district timelines and work until job is completed.

  7. Interpersonal skills: ability to hold others to high standards while also offering support and maintaining positive relationships.

  8. Ability to deliver positive, constructive, and honest feedback, both written and verbal

  9. Experience with curriculum development and implementation

  10. Creativity, energy, and commitment to excellence

  11. Experience teaching in an academically rigorous college preparatory institution is highly desirable

  12. Commitment and Compensation (to do whatever it takes to raise student achievement)

  13. Ability to work occasional weekends

  14. Ability to work occasional late afternoon events over the course of the school year

  15. May require some work off-site via email, weekends, phone with teachers and site and district leadership teams as needed

  16. Able to coach teachers in the integration of instructional technology.



  1. Demonstrate willingness to assume leadership roles and ability to be positive under stressful situations.

  2. Demonstrate knowledge of researched-based instructional strategies that engage all students.

  3. Provide organized, individual and/or group learning opportunities for teachers on regular basis/as needed using various coaching techniques, such as whisper coaching, modeling, etc

  4. Demonstrate knowledge using a variety of assessment tools including formative assessment to analyze data and using it to guide instruction for student learning

  5. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of curriculum and subject matter.

  6. Provide support to faculty and administration in analyzing student data.

  7. Assist teachers with designing instructional decisions based on assessment data.

  8. Assist teachers with specific classroom activities as requested/needed

  9. Provide support for classroom motivation and management strategies.

  10. Assist teachers in creating materials that are in alignment with curriculum and state standards

  11. Monitor and support intervention programs by observing and meeting with teachers.

  12. Provide teachers/Internet links related to instruction and curriculum.

  13. Instruct and support teachers with curriculum software products, and classroom/curriculum related technologies.

  14. Provide assistance in researching instructional and/or curriculum issues.

  15. Model lessons when appropriate.

  16. Provide encouragement and emotional support to teachers.

  17. Provide ongoing professional growth for all teachers.

  18. Manage time and schedule flexibility that maximizes teacher schedules and learning.

  19. Work positively toward meeting identified district and building improvement goals.

  20. Assist with development of district curriculum, instruction and assessments.

  21. Develop and maintain a confidential, collegial relationship with teachers.

  22. Possess an understanding of when to contact administrators regarding issues of safety/ethics involving students in classroom observed.

  23. Obtain advance approval of the Principal for unique activities

  24. Attend workshops/conferences to learn about new innovative instructional strategies.

  25. Adhere to all district and building health and safety policies.

  26. Understand that job responsibilities may vary related to each building’s needs.

  27. Supporting and articulating the school’s vision and mission

  28. Supporting school leadership in implementing and evaluation of school programs

  29. Participating and working collaboratively to facilitate data discussions and professional

  1. learning communities. This position does not entail supervisory capacity.

  • 30. Performs other duties as assigned by the Principal. 

  • TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:   Ten (10) Months
    SALARY:  Placed on Board Approved Teacher’s Salary Schedule according to experience and education.


    EVALUATION:  Performance of this position will be evaluated annually in accordance with the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Personnel. 

    Please apply online at, under the Employment tab, Applitrak our online application system.  Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Human Resource Department Manager at (928) 475-2315, Ext. 1002.

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    San Carlos Unified District #20

    San Carlos Ave, San Carlos, AZ 85550
    Compare with State

    Amount per Student

    $12,484 (USD)

    State Average: $8,651 (USD)

    % ELL Students


    State Average: 6%

    Student Teacher Ratio


    State Average: 23.13

    % IEP Students


    State Average: 12%



    State Average: 143