Math Coach

Add a $5000 sign on bonus atop of salary!

NO CREDENTIAL MANDATORY If sufficient Bachelors degree education

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Single Subject CA Mathematics Credential
  • Candidates with an intern credential are also considered
  • Two years of urban teaching experience preferred
  • Bilingual in Spanish or Korean is desirable but not required
  • Possession of either an English Learner Authorization (EL Authorization), Bilingual, Cross-Cultural, Language and Academic Development (BCLAD) certificate; Cross-Cultural, Language and Academic Development (CLAD) certificate; or Bilingual Certificate of Competence (BCC) required.

Teacher Traits:

  • Belief that every child deserves an excellent education which prepares him/her for college and life beyond
  • Demonstrated ability to teach the whole child in an inclusive setting using modifications and accommodations
  • Willingness to receive feedback, engage in frequent dialogue, and ability to self-reflect
  • Life-long learner
  • Collaborative
  • Firmly committed to ensuring that every student is able to achieve a rigorous expectations and curriculum
  • Firmly committed to creating an anti-racist, anti-biased, and equitable classroom environment
  • Belief in data-driven instruction
  • Firm, kind approach to managing student behavior
  • Technologically competent
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and creative problem solver
  • Sense of humor and love of teaching


Whole School Responsibilities

  • Uphold Bright Star Schools’ mission and values
  • Demonstrate genuine care for all students
  • Build relationships with all students
  • Embrace existing school-wide management systems and promote high standards of behavior
  • Collaborate with school leaders, providing input to improve Bright Star programs
  • Actively participate in professional development sessions
  • Communicate professionally with peers, supervisors, parents, and students
  • Commit to a longer school day and calendar year
  • Adhere to Bright Star’s professional attire guidelines
  • Supervise bathroom breaks and participate in rotating detention supervision
  • Uphold attendance procedures each period using School Information Systems (SIS)
  • Enthusiastically participate in school-wide culture events (i.e., Songfest, academic assemblies, and Field Day)
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Instructional Responsibilities

  • Implement and execute the adopted Bright Star curriculum maps and guidelines, as well as instructional best practices (educators should be prepared to conduct classes virtually or in-person depending on COVID-19 health guidelines)
  • Create and submit weekly lesson plans/overviews to administrator/coach
  • Use California State and/or California Common Core standards to plan rigorous lessons
  • Differentiate lesson plans for a variety of learners (kinesthetic, gifted students, English Language Learners, and/or students with IEPs, etc.)
  • Employ strategies to get to know and understand students and prioritize culturally responsive teaching
  • Participate fully in weekly instructional coaching activities (including analysis of student learning, intellectual prep, observation debrief, etc.) and execute on next steps from the weekly coaching meeting. These meetings will be 45 minutes to an hour weekly with your matched coach.
  • Implement feedback from administrator(s) regarding lesson plans and/or execution
  • Establish and maintain positive classroom environment
  • Implement an aligned instructional program to support students in meeting grade level, school, and district goals
  • Support instruction with school-wide supplemental programs
  • Maintain gradebooks and meet grading reporting deadlines
  • Communicate with families regarding student academics and behavior
  • Collaborate with Inclusive Education (Special Education) Team
  • Use planning periods for the advancement of students’ instructional needs
  • Tutor students in need of remediation
  • Perform other adjunct duties
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