Job Details - (BUR) Bilingual Resource Specialist Program (RSP)
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy
Title (BUR) Bilingual Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Teacher
Job Type Certificated Sub Title Location Burlington Campus Job
Title Contact Name Alinson Jerez Contact Phone Contact Email
Alinson.Jerez@PuebloNuevo.org Number of Openings (only type in the
number) 1 Pay Months 11 FTE (must be only numbers between 0.01 and
100) Salary $53,166-$87,869(Credentialed Salary)
$46,162-$47,561(Intern Salary) Salary Rate Salary Information
Full-time/Part-time Full-time Length of Year August 1st-June 30th
(TBD: New Hire PD) Location Address 3435 W Temple St Location City
Los Angeles Location State CA Location Zip 90026 Location Phone
Requirements Job Description
Bilingual Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Teacher
About Camino Nuevo Charter Academy and Pueblo Nuevo Education
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy (CNCA) and Pueblo Nuevo Education
Development Group (PN-EDG) work collaboratively to ensure the
success of a network of charter schools serving students across the
PK-Post Secondary continuum in the Greater MacArthur Park
neighborhood of Los Angeles. We integrate a strong focus on
progressive, research-based academics with a holistic, place-based
approach to serving our students. Since opening its doors in 2001,
CNCA has grown to 8 schools and nearly 3,500 students. Our goal is
that by 2022, 2,000 CNCA graduates are equipped with the skills,
knowledge, and worldview necessary to be literate, critical
thinkers and independent problem solvers. As a result of this
success, 90% will have been accepted to, 80% will have attended and
60% will have graduated from a 4-year college within 6 years.
CNCA currently seeks candidates who are committed to serving in
under-resourced communities. We are seeking teachers who embrace
research-based, innovative curricular frameworks such as a balanced
literacy approach and conceptual based math. Our approach to
teaching and learning involves a deep commitment to ongoing teacher
professional development, and collaboration. Teachers must be
visionaries, eager to be in the forefront of educational practices
and must embrace the challenge of demonstrating that public
education in a low-income, primarily immigrant, multilingual
community can succeed. Teachers will receive a competitive salary,
healthcare and retirement benefits.
Teachers will perform a full range of duties, including but not
- Working collaboratively in teams, grade-levels, and at times
with the whole staff to ensure progress towards whole school goals
and continued growth of teaching and learning.
- Creating powerfully engaging curriculum and lessons, aligned to
our curricular frameworks, designed to grow students' academic
- Creating and Implementing integrated curriculum units,
differentiating and scaffolding for all students.
- Regularly assessing student progress to refine instruction and
meet student needs and make instructional decisions related to this
- Participating regularly in professional development
opportunities and collaborative meetings as well as ongoing,
- Communicating frequently with students, students' families,
colleagues and other stakeholders to encourage student
- Maintaining accurate and detailed documentation of student
achievement and progress.
- Creating and maintaining a nurturing and engaging classroom
- Supporting the school's mission, vision, and policies.
- Taking personal ownership for their own professional growth and
partnering with colleagues to encourage the process.
- Working closely with children and their families to promote
personal growth and success.
- Maintaining regular, punctual attendance.
Applicants who possess the following skills will make the
- Valid California Single Subject Teaching Credential-Education
Specialist (Mild/Moderate). Candidates who possess equivalent
certification and/or license from another state must be in process
of transferring to CTC or have all necessary paperwork to do so in
- CLAD/EL authorization. Candidates who don't possess this must
do so within one year.
- Demonstrated ability to implement varied classroom
- Educational vision for and experience with low-income and /or
- Demonstrated track record with English language learners
- Passion for working with children and their families
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy (CNCA) prohibits discrimination,
harassment, intimidation and bullying in educational programs,
activities, or employment on the basis of actual or perceived
ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender
expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, parental, pregnancy, family or marital status,
military status or association with a person or a group with one or
more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Camino Nuevo
Charter Academy requires that school personnel take immediate steps
to intervene when safe to do so when he or she witnesses an act of
discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
Questions or complaints of alleged discrimination, harassment,
intimidation and bullying, equity or Title IX equity and compliance
concerns should be directed to Margarita Domingo, Vice President of
Human Resources. She can be reached at (213) 417-3410 or by mail at
3435 W Temple St. Los Angeles, CA 90026
Deadline 05/30/2021 Posted Date 04/22/2021 Open Date 04/22/2021
Close Date 06/30/2021 Continuous? Yes