RTR Lead Secondary Education Residency Coordinator
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Recruitment Pool All Applicants Recruitment Type Job Series Scope of Search National Working Title RTR Lead Secondary Education Residency Coordinator Position Number 591410 Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Position Type Staff Job Status Full-Time FLSA Indicator Exempt Employee Group University Employee Department SOETeachLrng:CTL Organizational Overview
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Position Primary Purpose and General Responsibilities
The VCU School of Education is seeking to hire a full-time RTR Lead Secondary Residency Coordinator. Lead residency coordinators are highly-skilled educators who possess in-depth knowledge of and experience with the RTR / NTC (New Teacher Center) coaching model of support. The RTR Lead Secondary Residency Coordinator provides leadership in ensuring that the RTR / NTC model of support is implemented with fidelity in school sites; oversees all RTR instructional coaches who are supporting secondary Clinical Resident Coach ( CRC )/resident partnerships within the schools, stepping in to assist in particularly difficult situations; develops a trusting and reflective professional partnership with assigned CRC /Resident partnerships; documents site visits, communications, checkpoints/continuum assessments, and instructional coaching sessions with the CRCs and/or Residents as outlined in the RTR Handbook and Gradual Release Calendar; reads and responds to weekly CRC /resident logs; monitors and documents Resident absences from school site; differentiates support for CRCs based on individual needs (veteran vs. new); uses New Teacher Center electronic formative assessment tools with an emphasis on the coaching cycle tools as needed to document Resident and CRC growth; trouble-shoots problems as they arise in the schools, addressing any RTR concerns raised by the Residents, CRCs, or the principal at the site school; communicates regularly with the Program Director on the progress of resident/ CRC partnerships; meets with the host school principals to discuss the RTR Program and solicit their feedback; plans and conducts monthly secondary mentor forums; recruits, selects, and matches secondary CRCs with residents; collaborates with colleagues on updating key RTR documents and planning and facilitating key RTR events such as Selection/Decision Days, the RTR Launch in August, and resident forums; teaches RTR courses, if needed, and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Hiring Standards
-Master’s degree or the equivalent in experience;
-Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
-Strong organizational skills, including close attention to details
-Demonstrated ability to manage high volumes of work by prioritizing multiple tasks to meet
-Computer skills, including word processing and other Microsoft Office Suite programs
-At least 3 years of teaching experience at the secondary level, preferably in a high-need public school setting -Experience with the New Teacher Center ( NTC ) mentoring model
-Experience working with diverse student populations
-Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a staff member at VCU .
Preferred Hiring Standards
-Understanding of and experience with RTR or similar residency models
-Experience working in high-needs schools and/or school divisions served by RTR (Richmond Public Schools, Petersburg City Public Schools, Henrico County Public Schools, or Chesterfield County Public Schools)
-Knowledge of curriculum aligned with the Virginia Standards of Learning
Required Licenses/ Certifications Anticipated Hiring Range $55,000-65,000 Application Process/Additional Information Campus Off-site Hours/Week 40 Normal Work Days/Hours Monday-Friday, 8:30-5 Job Open Date 01/20/2021 Posting will close on or before 04/15/2021 Open Until Filled No Job Category Miscellaneous Is this a restricted position? Yes Is this position eligible to participate in alternative work arrangements? Yes Sensitive Position No Resource Critical Yes Quick Link https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/102901 Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Please describe your secondary teaching experience (years of
experience, content area, type of school).
(Open Ended Question)
- * Please describe your experience in using the New Teacher
Center (NTC) mentoring model to coach pre-service and/or novice
(Open Ended Question)
- * The School of Education values the following as our culture
statement, 'The School of Education (SOE) recognizes that trust
among all members of the SOE community is the foundation of a
positive work climate. Realizes that our well-being as an
institution depends upon the wellbeing of our members. Respects all
members, new and continuing, regardless of status. Values honest
communication and finding ways to respectfully address difficult
issues. Strives to listen without bias and search for common
understanding. Is committed to equity, fairness and a level playing
field for all of its members. Knows that the SOE community thrives,
because of diverse viewpoints and areas of expertise. Fosters
collaboration, collegiality and mutual support among all members of
its community.' Please describe ways in which you have worked to
foster this type of culture in the professional workplace or in
your everyday life.
(Open Ended Question)
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application