Position Summary: Math Teacher We are seeking a full-time Math teacher with demonstrated background and interest in curriculum development, project-based learning, and differentiated instruction. The school’s approach is to integrate local resources and/or issues from our city and region into the concepts and skills students learn. Specific functions include: ● Design, plan and implement a project-based Algebra I class for 2 sections of 9th grade students. ● Design, plan and implement a project-based Pre-Algebra I class of 1 section of 9th grade students. ● Design, plan, and implement a Math Support elective class for 2 sections of 9th grade students. ● Collaborate and co-plan with other grade-level teachers for integrated units of instruction. ● Provide accommodations and modifications as outlined in students’ IEPs or 504 Plans. ● Participate in professional development activities. ● Plan and facilitate an Advisory for approximately 10 students Qualifications: ● Bachelor’s degree (or higher) required ● Teacher certification in secondary math preferred; Highly Qualified status in math required ● Teaching experience with high school students preferred ● Demonstrated success as a collaborative professional ● Strong work ethic, interpersonal skills, initiative and independence ● Commitment to ethnic diversity, heterogeneous grouping, and inclusion ● Knowledge of Arizona Mathematics Standards Position Details: Job Type: Full-time Salary: Competitive annual teacher salary, approximately $41,000 per year @ 1.0 FTE Benefits: Competitive health insurance benefits; Arizona State Retirement System participation Work Year: School-year calendar, approximately August 1-June 1 annually Location: Downtown Tucson, AZ ¬ Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to info@CITYccl.org. ¬ CITY Center for Collaborative Learning seeks to have a teaching staff that reflects the diversity of its student population. Minority and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. ¬ The online posting is on the CITYccl.org website: http://cityccl.org/about/contact/employment. About CITY Center for Collaborative Learning CITY Center for Collaborative Learning designs, implements, and advances innovations in teaching and learning that transform the lives of young people and their educators. The Tucson-based nonprofit offers professional development and community engagement experiences for educators and education advocates, while leading three small secondary schools that serve as demonstration sites.