Curriculum Director, Mathematics
New York, NY
Job Title: Curriculum Director, Mathematics
Supervisor: Associate Head of School
Calendar to Follow: 10 months + 10 days
Term: 12 Months
·Master’s Degree in Special Education, Curriculum and Instruction, or Related Field
· 7 years (minimum) teaching experience
· 3 years (minimum) supervisory experience
· Experience developing curriculum units across multiple grade levels
· Experience differentiating curriculum for a wide range of learners
Summary of Duties and Responsibilities
The Curriculum Director is responsible for providing the meaningful and effective educational program for all students enrolled in the Cooke Schools within the designated curriculum area. The goal of the Director is to support, develop, and coordinate the Mathematics curriculum in grades K‐12.
· Supervise, evaluate, and support all teachers and assistant teachers in Mathematics Departments
· Coordinate and develop curriculum, maintenance of instructional lessons, and implementation of program initiatives as related to the area Mathematics
· Articulate and align goals related to K‐12 instructional practices, in collaboration with school administration
· Ensure continuity of practice K‐5 through consultation with CG administration and staff
· Collaborate and participate in all school leadership team meetings for the purpose of representing the Mathematics department needs and program
· Supervise the administration and analysis of assessment tools (e.g. Screening tools, STAR Math)
· Facilitate meetings, professional development workshops, trainings, etc., for the purpose of enhancing and supporting effective planning, instruction, and assessment
· Research related topics and current practices for the purposes of conveying information and providing program recommendations to School Leadership Teams and Head of Schools
· Participate in the process to recruit, screen, interview, and recommend new staff members to the academic departments
· Represent the school in educational projects and initiatives at the local, regional, national, and international levels
· Other duties as assigned by Cooke administration
To maintain the physical capacity required to navigate the school environment and to ensure the safety of the students; the ability to…
· walk, run, sit, and stand,
· move rapidly forward, backward, and laterally
· bend and stoop, push, pull, and lift
All Cooke staff are responsible for developing a professional growth plan with their supervisor. Staff training is an integral part of the Cooke school and as such is a requirement of the job. All staff must at a minimum: attend all scheduled Staff Development activities throughout the year and participate in staff orientation scheduled for the last week in August.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy Statement
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