BILINGUAL ASSESSORS (SPANISH) - TEXAS TEACHER CERTIFICATION

Pearson ( learn more )

San Antonio, Texas ( map )

Job Details

  • Job ID: 3039318
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Posted : January 7, 2019
  • Starting Date: Immediately

Job Description

At Pearson, we’re committed to a world that’s always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. From bringing lectures vividly to life to turning textbooks into laptop lessons, we are always re-examining the way people learn best, whether it’s one child in our own backyard or an education community across the globe. We are bold thinkers and standout innovators who motivate each other to explore new frontiers in an environment that supports and inspires us to always be better. By pushing the boundaries of technology — and each other to surpass these boundaries — we create seeds of learning that become the catalyst for the world’s innovations, personal and global, large and small.

The Evaluation Systems group of Pearson is a leader in the development, administration, and scoring of teacher certification tests that are 100 percent aligned to state standards.

Pearson is seeking experienced bilingual educators and administrators, who possess a valid and current State of Texas teaching license, to work on a temporary basis as professional scorers in our regional scoring facility located in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Position Type: Part-time
  • Positions Available: 25
  • Job Categories : Classroom Teacher > Language: French
    Classroom Teacher > Language: German
    Classroom Teacher > Language: Latin
    Classroom Teacher > Language: Spanish
  • Job Requirements

    • Bilingual Target Language Proficiency (Spanish)

      Applicants must meet all of the following:

      -Have at least three years of experience teaching in a bilingual Spanish classroom in the state of Texas
      -Have taught in a bilingual Spanish classroom in the state of Texas within the past three years
      -Reside in the State of Texas
      -Hold a bachelor's degree
      -Comply with the ethical obligations under §SBEC 230.21 (g) opens in a new window including, but not limited to:
      - An educator, candidate, or other test taker shall not:
      A. solicit information about the contents of test items on an examination that the educator, candidate, or other test taker has
      not already taken from an individual who has had access to those items, or offer information about the contents of specific
      test items on an examination to individuals who have not yet taken the examination; or
      B. otherwise engage in conduct that amounts to violations of test security or confidentiality integrity, including cheating,
      deception, or fraud.

      Agree to NOT:

      - use training/experience as a scorer to receive compensation for any work in test preparation related to this assessment
      - take the Bilingual Target Language Proficiency Test (BTLPT) Spanish exam within 180 days of scoring

      AND

      Must meet one of the following:

      -Be a PK–12 teacher who holds a valid and current teaching certificate in the State of Texas to teach in a bilingual Spanish classroom
      -Be an EPP faculty member of a program, approved by the State of Texas, that offers Bilingual teacher certification programs
      -Be an EPP faculty member teaching courses, approved by the State of Texas, for Bilingual teacher certification
      -Be an educator who has scored the Bilingual Target Language Proficiency Test (BTLPT) Spanish exam within the past 3 years

      **Retired educators are eligible if they have the appropriate certification and have taught within the previous three years.**
    • At least 3 years of relevant experience preferred
    • Bachelor degree preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

    Contact Information

    • Nancy Rodriguez
    • x
    • Mesa, Arizona 85210

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