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Bilingual/Bicultural Teachers (4 openings) – Whitewater

The Whitewater Unified School District is seeking motivated and qualified full-time Bilingual/Bicultural teachers. There is currently one opening at each of these schools: Lincoln Elementary, Washington Elementary, Whitewater Middle School, and Whitewater High School. The successful candidates must hold ESL Teacher (#395) DPI certification and hold or be able to obtain a Bilingual/Bicultural License (#390) and meet the other requirements. Learn more about these openings, including how to apply, by clicking here

District Bilingual Liaison – Whitewater

The Whitewater Unified School District is seeking a District Bilingual Liaison to welcome multilingual students and their families, register and enroll bilingual students, maintain regular communication between the school district and multilingual families, implement student success and engagement efforts, and perform related duties as assigned. The liaison role binds the school and the multilingual community of Whitewater in a mutually supportive partnership to meet the needs of students who are traditionally at-risk, provides a direct point-of-contact for multilingual families, and assists with coordinating the resources and services of the school district and multilingual community. Learn more about this opening, including how to apply, by clicking here

ESL Instructor – Part-time – MATC

Work Schedule: Fall 2022 (starting approximately mid August)
MATC currently has 10 part-time, in-person, teaching vacancies across most campuses and a variety of shifts to meet departmental need. Duties include: Develops and teaches concepts and strategies for a variety of courses. May require teaching courses at MATC campuses, business, community, other sites, evening, and/or weekend. Related duties include participation in department and advisory meetings, department and college functions, course and curriculum development in both traditional and non-traditional formats, online courses, staff development, conduct open labs (if/when necessary), student advising, student outcome assessment and quality review assessment and implementation, student organization involvement, recruitment and retention of students, and other duties as assigned. Required to keep current with the latest trends and technologies in discipline.  To learn more about this job opening or to apply, click here

Bilingual Spanish/English Basic ESL Instructor – Part-time – MATC

*This position requires applicants to be Bilingual in English and Spanish. Please only apply if you are Bilingual in both languages.

Work Schedule:  Summer 2022 (starting approximately mid-June)
3 Vacancies @ Walker’s Point Campus – IN PERSON TEACHING 
Part-Time (Mornings 9 – noon, Evenings 5:30 – 8 pm, Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm)
Duties include: Develops and teaches concepts and strategies for a variety of courses. May require teaching courses at MATC campuses, business, community, other sites, evening, and/or weekend. Related duties include participation in department and advisory meetings, department and college functions, course and curriculum development in both traditional and non-traditional formats, online courses, staff development, conduct open labs (if/when necessary), student advising, student outcome assessment and quality review assessment and implementation, student organization involvement, recruitment and retention of students, and other duties as assigned. Required to keep current with the latest trends and technologies in discipline. To learn more about this job opening or to apply, click here

 
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