District Instructional Coordinator Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Academics, the position of District Instructional Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership and support in the implementation of the district’s instructional and curricular programs and initiatives. This position will be responsible for bringing evidence-based practices into classrooms through support, training, and coaching to build school and teacher capacity that will increase student learning.
PRIMARY POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Collaborate with school-based coaches and staff to identify the instructional needs of students, set learning goals and targets, and problem-solve with teachers to develop high yield strategies and instructional practices for the continuous growth of students. Teach, model, facilitate, and build teacher capacity in the implementation of SCDE standards and programs. Serve as an instructional coordinator, resource, and advisor to teachers, administrators, and district office personnel to include providing guidance in the selection of textbooks and instructional materials for the program. Collaborate with key school personnel and District Coordinator of Professional Development and Teacher Quality to develop and provide professional development in teaching across the curriculum. Teach, model, facilitate, and build teacher capacity to utilize research-based best practices within the school’s instructional program to support student learning. Serve as a member of the District’s Instructional Leadership Team (ILT). Assist teachers with planning and implementing quality Tier 1 instruction in schools. Observe teachers and provide feedback to improve classroom practice. Model or demonstrate effective instructional strategies to increase student achievement. Ensures the utilization of data to develop and monitor educational goals and initiatives that promote improved academic achievement for all students. Serve as the District EEDA Coordinator. Coordinate all special academic programs - i.e, CTE, MLL (Multi Language Learners), etc. Develop and coordinate district-wide benchmarks. Coordinates the district accreditation process. Works with the Executive Director to develop district Curriculum Maps and Pacing Guides. Evaluate the effectiveness of instructional methods and related programs and recommend revisions as needed. Serve as a district office contact and liaison with parents and the community regarding the district's secondary instructional programs. Serve as a liaison with appropriate state, regional, and national agencies and associations to ensure the most current and best practices and compliance with all regulations and mandates. Perform other duties and responsibilities related to the support of instruction as assigned by the Executive Director of Academics.
Experience and Training:
Holds a minimum of a master’s degree from an accredited college or university and a valid South Carolina teaching certificate.
Has demonstrated successful teaching experience.
Has demonstrated proficiency with technology.
Current South Carolina Certification in Secondary ELA, Math, Science, or Social Studies.
Length of Contract: 233 Days (12 Months)
Salary Scale: $65,000 - $85,000
FLSA Status: Exempt
Application Procedure: Apply online through Frontline Education
Selection Procedure: THE DISTRICT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EXTEND THE DEADLINE DATE, UPDATE QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS, CHANGE POSITION DESCRIPTION, OR WITHDRAW POSTING WITHOUT NOTICE.
Cherokee County School District Hires Only Highly Qualified Employees
CHEROKEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX OR HANDICAP IN ADMISSION TO, ACCESS TO, TREATMENT IN OR EMPLOYMENT IN ITS PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES.
Preparing Today's Students to Become Tomorrow's Leaders. The mission of Cherokee County School District, steeped in pride and tradition, in partnership with all stakeholders, is to ensure that all students have the education necessary to succeed as responsible, productive citizens by providing excellent opportunities in academics, athletics, and the arts.