Faculty/School Leadership Coach
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
“Educating all of our children must be one of our most urgent priorities.”— Nelson Mandela
Learning Sciences International (LSI) works with educational partners to eliminate generational poverty through systemic change in K-12 education. Do you see yourself as a change agent of this most urgent priority? Will you join us on this mission?
This position is located in the Four Corners area of the Southwest USA. Candidates must have documented experience as an instructional coach and expertise at facilitating professional learning sessions. Preference for educators with experience in serving indigenous cultures.
LSI is a leading provider of professional learning solutions for schools and districts who strive to ensure that all students not only have access to a rich and rigorous, equitable learning environment but also have the skills and knowledge to ensure the outcomes that provide for their future. The pathway is provided to our partner schools through professional development, coaching, and research-based pedagogy. We do this through the guiding principles of LSI’s Applied Research Center. Our approach is measurable, replicable, and reliable.
Candidates should have experience as a teacher leader, K-12 building level principal or district/central office instructional leader. Passion for the work should be evident in their approach to self-learning and the learning of others.
Your LSI Experience: LSI’s mission drives our culture. Our work is focused on elimination of generational poverty through education. Parallel to that mission is our internal commitment to our own authentic and inclusive environment. We are committed to our own growth on this journey. We have the opportunity to participate in learning opportunities that allow us to be better stewards of instructional equity as individuals and as a team. One example of this commitment is a focus on formal and informal methods to ensure experience, voice and contributions are shared, heard and valued. We believe that the efforts of our organizational mission will build an authentically inclusive society. The parallel mission is to ensure that LSI’s diverse teams are a reflection of that society.
Ready to Travel: As an LSI faculty member, you must be prepared to travel an average of 3 weeks per month for 3-4 days per week on overnight trips to deliver services in schools. You may be assigned to a partner school anywhere in the country for onsite work. Your geographic home base does not determine your assignment. You will be responsible for the adult learning and the successful implementation of the learning. When not delivering services in your partner schools, you will work from your home office on planning, preparation and monitoring for results. The work may also include virtual sessions with your partner schools.
- Learn the LSI scope of work including research based tools, strategies and metrics
- Facilitate professional learning sessions for teachers/leaders
- Provide implementation coaching to teacher/leaders
- Implement research-based model of school support that includes root cause analysis, strategic planning, and coaching to action
- Communicate progress of implementation to internal and external stakeholders through multiple means of communication including written data reports, onsite and virtual discussions and presentations.
- Complete appropriate documentation related to implementation efforts and ensure collection of research data as specified by project needs
- Participate in communities of practice to update and hone skills.
- Teacher leader, School Principal, or Central Office Instructional Leadership
- Minimum 5 years as a K-12 educator in the previous 10 years
- Expert professional learning facilitator
- Documented experience in School Improvement work.
- Experience in instructional coaching for teachers and/or leaders.
- Knowledge of adult learning theory
- Extensive experience in using data to inform instructional decisions
- Proven ability to integrate technology tools to improve outcomes
- Preference for those candidates who have worked in state accountability identified turnaround schools.
- Team Orientation
- Open to new ideas and willing to use their voice to contribute.
- Results Driven
- Drive for Intellectual Curiosity
- Listens and communicates effectively in multiple environments including virtual space
- Ability to establish credibility and build relationships while holding others accountable for actions.
Salary Range: $65,000 - $80,000
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