Science Teacher (Brownsville, Texas)

Student Alternatives Program - San Antonio, TX (30+ days ago)

Announcement Number: MVA B 05182018-3

Position Title: Science Teacher
Supervised by: Academy Director
Job Location: Brownsville, Texas
Work Schedule: Full-Time, 187 days
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Funding Source: Regular ADA-420
Opening Date: May 17, 2018
Closing Date: June 17, 2018 or Until Filled

Pay Range Based on Education, Experience Certifications and/or Credentials:
Degree Teacher: $35,000 to $40,000 per year Certified Teacher: $40,000 to $45,000 per year
Benefits: Employee Health Premium 100% Covered by Employer, Teacher Retirement System (TRS), AD&D & Life Insurance, etc.

Role and Purpose: Are you looking for a place where you can make a difference in the lives of at-risk high school students in a professional, growth-oriented environment? We are seeking responsible and dynamic educators to join our team for our new campus in Brownsville, TX that will be opening for the 2018-2019 school year. Whether you are new teacher looking for a place to grow and learn or an experienced teacher looking for a change of pace, you will be a valued member of a growing network of charter schools across the state of Texas run by Student Alternatives Program, Inc. (SAPI).
The Science teacher provides students with appropriate educational activities and experiences that enable them to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical and social growth. He or she helps students develop the skills necessary to be productive members of society. The teacher is also responsible for maintaining classroom discipline, documenting attendance and monitoring the academic progress of each student assigned to his or her classroom.

Qualifications: Teachers must meet the basic Texas Standard for teachers and hold Bachelor’s degree or higher from a four-year college or university. Candidates must also demonstrate competency to teach in the subject area of instruction by holding a Bachelor’s degree or higher or have a minor (or the equivalent of a minor) in the subject area of instruction; or passed the TExES/ExCET test in the content area. A valid Texas teaching certificate is preferred. Credits earned in a closely related field may be used to make a determination of competency. Competency may also be demonstrated by having a Bachelor’s degree plus at least one year of teaching in the subject area at the high school level or higher.

How to Apply: All applicants should apply online at . Resumes may also be emailed or mailed to Crystal Gonzales at the address below.

Student Alternatives Program, Inc.
d.b.a. Mid-Valley Academy
P.O. Box 15644
San Antonio, Texas 78212-8844
ATTN: Crystal Gonzales, Human Resources Clerk

Phone: 210-227-0295 Email:

Not all applicants will be interviewed. Original college transcripts, service records, and credentials will be required before employment. For further details, go to the Student Alternatives Program website at .