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Thank you for your interest in employment at Athens Christian School. We hire professionals who are committed to the Lord and have a testimony of faith, who are dedicated to the instruction and learning of our students, who excel in their field and desire to work in an environment where teamwork and unity is the standard protocol.


Primary grades teaching position, in which the teacher will be responsible to support students with disabilities in both pull-out and push-in models. Subjects include:  Math, Reading, Language Arts, Spelling, Social Studies, Science and Bible.  Lesson planning will occur in collaboration with the lead teacher for each grade level.

Interested candidates should 
Possess a thriving relationship with Jesus and desire to share that relationship with their students
Have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in early childhood or elementary education (state certification preferred)
Align with ACS statement of faith, mission and values 
Have a passion to help students learn and grow
possess 3-5 years of experience in the classroom

Model Christlike attitudes and behaviors for students and families including faith, love, repentance and high personal standards of spiritual growth
Create meaningful relationships with students and families, with the goal of child development at the forefront
Manage a caseload of elementary aged students with learning disabilities
Develop and implement Individualized Learning Plans
Provide appropriate testing accommodations as outlined in the ILP
Collaborate with classroom teachers to implement instructional accommodations
Lead small groups
Document progress monitoring
Communicate with parents/guardians to encourage student success
Incorporate a variety of instructional methods to strive to engage all students and meet the academic, spiritual and emotional needs of students
Create and maintain a classroom culture and environment conducive to creative learning

Qualifications: Previous tutoring experience preferred. Ideal candidates will challenge, support, and encourage each student by providing appropriate content and developing skills which address individual learning differences.