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ACLC CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Our school is different.

More than a school, we are a project-based and progressive learning community that places the learner at the center of the educational process.

We delve deeper.

We go beyond state standards and curriculum, to seek real understanding, nurture critical thinking, and foster lifelong learning.
This means that the people we hire must be different, too. More than employees, they must be creative doers and collaborative inspirers.

Are you interested?

If you are motivated to join our innovative, project-based and democratic educational community, check out our current openings below:

 

Openings for the 20-21 School Year

Chemistry/Science Facilitator (Teacher)

Alameda Community Learning Center School (ACLC) is hiring an enthusiastic, passionate and professional candidate to teach high school chemistry and 7th/8th grade science. The candidate will possess the ability to collaborate with colleagues to create inspired project-based learning.

Please apply via Community Learning Center Schools at EdJoin.org

ACLC has been educating learners in grades 6-12 since 1993 as one of the first public charter schools in California. We are proud of our charter school heritage and our model which allows for small class sizes, community engagement, and an abundance of staff development, meeting time and support. ACLC offers innovative, engaging, flexible and comprehensive curriculum that creates lifelong learners and prepares them for college and beyond.

Join us as we challenge and empower our learners through leadership, experiential learning, self-direction through flexible options and scheduling, individualized support and the highest academic, social and ethical expectations.

Requirements to Apply

CA Single Subject Credential in Chemistry or ability to obtain a CA Chemistry credential
Resume
Cover Letter
Two Reference Letters
Clear Tuberculosis Result (presented at time of hire)
Clear Criminal Background Check (completed as condition of hire)

Requirements of the Position

Standard teaching position requirements
Working with learners of all socio-economic backgrounds and abilities
Standing, walking and bending as needed
Using technology including copier, laptop computer and projection devices
Ability to use and/or learn Jupiter, Powerschool, Zoom and other platforms
Ability to communicate with parents and learners in writing and in-person in a calm, clear and professional manner
Desire to collaborate with the community, including learners, parents, fellow staff, and management proactively to grow our school and to resolve potential issues quickly

ACLC is a union organization. Please obtain further information about our schools by visiting www.alamedaclc.org.

At Alameda Community Learning Center School, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. ACLC believes that diversity and inclusion within our community is critical to our success as educators and as employers. We seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Please apply via Community Learning Center Schools at EdJoin.org
 
ACLC is managed by Community Learning Center Schools. Please apply for all positions via Community Learning Center Schools at EdJoin.org




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Alameda CLC

1900 Third Street

Alameda CA  94501

Phone: (510) 995-4300 
Fax: (510) 995-4307

Lead Facilitator:

Michael McCaffrey

Curriculum and Instruction Lead:

David Hoopes

Interim Director of Special Education:

Annahita Rad

School Counselor:

Amanda Ruocco

School Manager:

Lai Llanda


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