Substitute Teacher, High School # 297646

Offering help for today and skills for tomorrow, Community Services Consortium has the unique opportunity to change lives. By providing education, tools and resources we help individuals and families chart a brighter course for their future. If helping people help themselves sounds like one of your passions, we want to hear from you. Currently, we are accepting applications for our Lincoln City, Oregon based location:
Substitute Teacher, High School - $18.55 - $20.46 hr
Seeking an experienced substitute teacher for a unique opportunity. Career Tech Charter School is the second oldest charter school in Oregon, educating approximately 60 students a year. Teachers enjoy small class sizes, and the freedom to design courses, and tailor assignments to engage students. Being located on the beautiful Oregon coast enhances opportunities for weekly project-based learning outside of the classroom. Through a strong emphasis on internship and work-readiness training, we strive to provide the tools necessary for a successful transition to a chosen career or further education. If you are excited about sharing your expertise in a fun and unique teaching environment: We are excited to talk to you.
Substitute work On Call
Desired start date February 1, 2019
5% pay adder for bi-lingual English/Spanish
Minimum Requirements
Bachelor's degree in education or other related field from an accredited school. One year teaching experience in remedial or vocational education preferred; or an equivalent combination of related education, training and experience.
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CSC is a community Action Agency helping Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Counties.

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