Bellingham Public Schools
Employment Opportunities

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP POSITION (MS) (#91)


Bellingham Memorial School
Bellingham Public Schools
Bellingham, Massachusetts

Job Details
Job ID: 3645938 Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
Re-posted: November 29, 2021 Starting Date: Immediately

THIS IS AN INTERNAL JOB POSTING FOR MEMBERS OF
CURRENT BELLINGHAM (MA) PUBLIC SCHOOL EMPLOYEES

Job Description
BELLINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BELLINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS
VACANCY # 91

DATE:May 27, 2021 (Re-Posted August 17, 2021)
TITLE: Instructional Leadership Position
SALARY: As per Basic Teacher’s Salary
FUNCTION:To assume the responsibility for directing and supervising appropriate activities such as rehearsals and performances.
Directly responsible to the building principal.
LOCATION:Bellingham Memorial School (4 Openings)

2021-2022 School Year

The Stall Brook Elementary, DiPietro Elementary and Bellingham Memorial Schools are looking to stipend four instructional leaders in each school; two focused on the STEAM1 (Science, Teachnology, Engineering, Art & Math) program track and two focused on the Humanities2 (Social Studies & Languages) program track. Each instructional leader will align their focus to two grade levels within their assigned building.

Duties / Responsibilities:
1.Responsibilities will apply to either the STEAM1 or Humanities2 program track
2.Responsibilities apply to one program track for two grades within one of the Gr K-3 or Gr 4-7 schools
3.Works as a member of the school and district instructional leadership teams to identify needs, address problems, and improve
student outcomes within a program track
4.Analyzes data and researches best practices to make recommendations regarding instruction, interventions, feedback,
curriculum and programming to improve student outcomes
5.Promotes data discussions and processes that improve student outcomes
6.Facilitates the development and implementation of district approved curriculum using district approved processes and resources
7.Researches and recommends curricula, instruction and assessment resources
8.Participates in and helps foster a collaborative professional culture that supports reflection of self and analysis of school
instructional practices and student outcomes
9.Encourages and attempts research, experimentation, professional development, and a variety of teaching methodologies and
modes to improve teaching and learning
10.May assist in the interviewing of new school personnel
11.Participates actively in professional development to reach school and district improvement objectives

Position Type: After school/Evening
Positions Available: 5
Salary: $1,000 to $1,000 Stipend


Welcome to Bellingham Memorial School!

Welcome Our Mission Through the teamwork of students, staff, parents and the community, Bellingham Memorial School will ensure a safe, supportive, and positive learning environment from which students will emerge as successful learners and respectful and responsible members of our diverse society. Our Vision Bellingham Memorial School seeks to establish itself as an exemplary middle school by developing programs that are developmentally responsive to the needs of our students. By instituting strong academic teams and a positive learning environment, students will be provided the framework to develop as life-long learners. The highest expectations for academic success, technological expertise, social and moral responsibilities and the maintenance of health, wellness and personal safety will be demanded of all students. Parents, staff and the community will work together to promote these ideals and to insure that each student has the opportunity to reach his fullest potential as a responsible member of our diverse society.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Bellingham Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws.

Job Requirements
Working Conditions: 1.$1000 per year stipend 2.Monthly school day training/ planning days outside of the classroom (Not to exceed 8 per school year) 3.Access to additional professional development opportunities 4.30 PDPs in addition to any related or non-related professional development points earned 5.Work outside of the school day will not exceed 20 hours in any school year without further compensation *1 STEAM:Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math *2 Humanities:Language Arts, Social Studies Qualifications: 1.Master’s Degree preferred 2.Three years of successful teaching 3.Exemplary job performance rating on one or more teaching standards preferred 4.Ability to communicate ideas clearly and concisely and respect the opinions of others 5.Values and actively seeks professional growth and challenge 6.Professional characteristics that engender respect of members of the school and district staff APPLICATION PROCEDURES: 1. Applicants should apply, via SchoolSpring, attention Mr. Marano, Superintendent of Schools. 2. Applicants must be willing to sign a Criminal Offender Record Information release upon application and have no recorded serious violations that would prevent hiring for this position. Your appointment is pending suitable fingerprint results in accordance with Fingerprinting Requirements for Public School Employees: Implementation of MGL Chapter 77 of the Acts of 2013. 3. This position is open until filled. Internal applicants must submit notice of intent to apply by Monday, June 7, 2021. 4. Following initial screening, those candidates selected for personal interviews will be notified. Peter D. Marano Superintendent of Schools EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES The Bellingham Public Schools does not discriminate in its admissions and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, housing status, political affiliation, genetic information, or disability, in accordance with state and federal law. Additionally, the District does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of homelessness, consistent with the McKinney-Vento Act. The District prohibits retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination, harassment and/or who participate in an Equal Opportunity Commission investigation. If you have any questions, please contact the District’s Title IX Coordinator at 4 Mechanic Street, Bellingham, MA 02019, Phone Number: 508-883-1706.
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    Contact Information
    Kathy Fortier, Secretary
    60 Blackstone Street
    Bellingham, Massachusetts 02019
    Phone: 508-883-2330
    Fax:
    Email: kfortier@bpsdk12.org