High School Math Interventionist

Detroit, MI

About U Prep Schools  

If you are dedicated to a pursuit of excellence both in yourself and our students; if you are self-motivated; if you are an innovator and if you want to play a key role in changing young lives --we are looking for U. Our mission: to give students the courage to pursue a future full of possibilities. Our students come to our network of schools looking for a rewarding and fulfilling education. Comprised of three public charter school districts; University Preparatory Academy,  University Prep Science and Math and University Prep Art & Design; we educate over 3,300 students in the burgeoning city of Detroit. Help us to prepare our students for success in life and be a part of U.

Summary

The Math Interventionist analyze assessment data and provide "real time" push-in and pull-out research-based interventions in the area of math and problem solving to students that are currently below grade level.   


U Prep Perks:

  • $4,000 longevity salary increase after three years for all teachers 
  • Attendance and Core Value Bonuses 
  • 50% - 80% tuition paid for masters through GVSU
  • 401k 6% dollar for dollar match after first year of employment


Education/Experience

• Bachelors' degree or higher   

• Must have and maintain valid Michigan teaching certificate with a mathematics endorsement or a Bachelors degree in math 


Responsibilities

  • Gather, organize, and interpret assessment data on identified students 
  • Utilize best practice instructional strategies and research-based intervention curriculum materials to meet the learning needs of identified students. 
  • Model the use of intervention strategies, through their use in the classroom, to general teachers. 
  • Analyze existing student achievement data and administer student assessment and progress monitoring instruments as needed to aid in the progress monitoring of students. 
  • Serve on the building level MTSS team.     
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers, building administrator, and parents when designing the interventions.
  • Maintain accurate student records, parent communications records and student progress data reports as required by Title I law. 
  • Attend professional development opportunities that promote improved instructional strategies and support researched-based resource material needed to implement the intervention program successfully and support/maintain professional growth. 
  • Follow district guidelines and policies including maintaining proper professional conduct as defined in the Employee Handbook. 
  • Perform other duties as deemed appropriate and assigned by the Building Administrator