Position: High School English/ History Teacher

Department: Chief Kitsap Academy
Classification: Full-time, salaried, contract

Benefiting Your Future!
• Competitive pay of $60,648.00 – $100,236.00 per annum / DOE
• Employee Medical, Dental, Vision
• $50,000 Basic Life Insurance, Long Term Disability
• Voluntary Flexible Spending Account, Life Insurance, Short Term Disability
• 401(k), and up to 5% Employer Contribution Match
• Paid Leave: Sick, Closure

Under the supervision of the High School Principal, the Secondary English/History Teacher will develop culturally appropriate curriculum, facilitate daily school operations, and teach children high school and college preparation English/History classes needed for graduation.

Your Education / Experience
• A Bachelor of Arts degree from an accredited college or university is required.
• Washington State Secondary teacher certification with appropriate endorsement(s) in English and History that cover secondary grades through 12th is required.

Your Responsibilities
• Promoting the school’s vision within the Suquamish Tribe
• Develop and implement instructional programs for English/History to meet tribal, local, state and federal learning objectives and requirements
• Establish and maintain a courteous, respectful and collaborative working environment
• Participate in budget and resource planning under the leadership of the High School Principal.
• Research and/or develop culturally appropriate curriculum for English/History and implement this in classroom setting
• Teach core English and History class(es)
• Develop student contracts and meet with students weekly to document student progress
• Develop/modify lessons for individuals (when appropriate)
• Maintain student records and complete required reports and evaluations
• Assist in the operational functions of the Education Program as assigned
• Perform other duties and assist with special projects as needed

Qualifications You’ll Bring
• Knowledge of CKA operations, including but not limited to programs such as, The Native American Education Committee, Impact Aid and other funding sources for Native American Education
• Knowledge of educational issues and experience working with 9-12 Native American children promoting their success in academic programs
• Able to teach course standards
• Desire and/ or experience working with children who have experienced learning difficulties
• Demonstrated use of computers in classroom

What to Expect
• 25% adult contact 75% student contact

• Federal, State, and Tribal Background check
• Valid WA State Driver’s License
• Pre-Employment drug testing
• Native American Preference
• Random Drug Testing
• Suquamish Tribe Vaccine Requirements

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About The Suquamish Tribe

About The Suquamish Tribe
The Suquamish Tribe believes that our employees are one of the most important assets to the success of Tribal Government operations. We have a strong commitment to provide employees with a positive, productive work environment with opportunities for personal satisfaction and growth in a safe, healthy, and harmonious work environment. The Suquamish Tribal Government currently employs staff in the areas of Administration, Human Resources, Community Development, Early Learning, Education, Finance, Fisheries, Human Services, Health Benefits, Indian Child Welfare, Information Systems, Legal, Maintenance, Natural Resources, Public Safety, and Tribal Court.