This regular, full-time teaching position for the 2021-2022 school year is at Kingman Unified School District's Kingman High School in Kingman, AZ. KUSD teachers enjoy many benefits including a four-day work week and a school calendar that features breaks in the Fall, Winter, and Spring, as well as six weeks off in the summer! The Monday through Thursday work week and 148-day contract provide for a work-life balance difficult to match.
Bachelor's degree or higher An Identity Verified Print (IVP) Fingerprint Clearance Card through Arizona Department of Public Safety, or ability to obtain prior to start date Current Arizona Teaching Certificate for one of the following: GRADE 9: Algebra I, Geometry, or less advanced mathematics One of the following certificates: • Secondary Certificate • Middle Grades Certificate • Elementary Certificate with a Middle Grade Endorsement. -AND- One of the following approved areas: • Mathematics • Middle Grades/Early Secondary Mathematics • Middle Grades Mathematics GRADES 10-12: Algebra I, Geometry, or less advanced mathematics Secondary Certificate with one of the following approved areas: • Mathematics • Middle Grades/Early Secondary Mathematics Algebra II, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, or more advanced mathematics: Secondary Certificate: Mathematics Approved Area Arizona offers an alternative path to certification for those with a Bachelor's or more advanced degree who would like to pursue a career in teaching. Individuals pursuing a teaching career through this alternative pathway must enroll in a teacher preparation program approved by the Arizona Department of Education and obtain an Alternative Teaching Certificate to be eligible for hire.
Salary and Benefits
The 2021-2022 salary range for teachers is $37,075-$48,975. In addition to base salary, teachers are eligible to earn approximately $6,000-$8,000 in 301 money.
Candidates offered and accepting critical needs teaching positions in math, science, and kindergarten will receive a one-time $2,000 stipend for the 2021-22 school year. Candidates offered and accepting critical needs teaching positions in special education will receive a one-time $5,000 stipend for the 2021-22 school year and are eligible for an additional case management stipend of up to $4,000. All critical needs stipends are pending appropriate teaching certification.