Other Career Opportunities
Additional Job Opportunities within FCPS
Instructional Coach Candidate Pool
218-day Teacher Contract
Description: Instructional coaches are teacher leaders who have evidence of student achievement in the classroom. Instructional coaches have expert content knowledge and pedagogy in the core content areas, and have experience working with diverse groups of students, including English Language Learners and Students with Disabilities. Instructional coaches partner with teachers to close achievement gaps through improving teaching and learning and provide job-embedded professional learning and coaching in the content areas. Instructional coaches are on an 11-month (218-day) teacher contract with a start date of mid-July 2020.
- A bachelor’s degree in education with documented success in teaching diverse groups of students
- Preferred five years of progressive teaching experience with a strong knowledge of current educational research, FCPS Strategic Plan goals and Portrait of a Graduate skills, and strategies for differentiating to meet the needs of diverse learners
- Evidence of professional development and teacher leadership at the school and district levels
- Experience leading teams of teachers and facilitating adult learning
- Skilled in leading the work of Professional Learning Communities
- Strong interpersonal and collaborative skills, maintaining a commitment to professional ethics
To apply, visit: https://forms.gle/BwCgzBcPc7z4BENm9
ADA Project Coordinator
Gatehouse Administrative Building
Hourly $41.10 per Hour
Description: Serves as the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) project coordinator; oversees and implements the division’s response to employee requests for reasonable accommodations under the ADA, related to COVID-19; oversees the ADA assignment, interactive process, completion of all ADA requests, and timely responses to email inquiries; ensures the division’s overall compliance with the ADA Bachelor's degree required, with juris doctorate or advanced degree preferred, plus six years of experience facilitating ADA accommodations, two years of which shall have been in project or program management. Bar membership preferred. Expert knowledge of the ADA, interactive process, and documentation requirements; excellent customer service and analytical skills; ability to communicate professionally in a timely manner; strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks at a time; strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills; and ability to deal with stressful situations while maintaining composure.
To Apply: Interested applicants should send their resumes to Kathy Krolak at email@example.com.
Educational Interpreter and/or Cued Language Transliterator
Willow Oaks Administrative Center
Hourly $22.00 per Hour
Description: Facilitates communication for deaf/hard of hearing students during the school day in academic and extracurricular activities; interprets all auditory and visual information, including instructions, discussions, questions and answers, interruptions, messages on public address system, movies, slides, student presentations, and other audio-visual presentations; voices all signed/cued comments; and consults with the lead interpreter and other school staff as needed.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, bachelor’s degree preferred, plus qualification as an educational interpreter as determined by the Virginia Department of Education. Comprehensive understanding of deaf culture; knowledge of the Registry of Interpreter for the Deaf (RID) code of ethics and/or the Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit (TECUnit) code of conduct; ability to maintain good working relationships with deaf/hard-of-hearing students and staff; ability to maintain confidentiality; and ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
To Appy: Interested applicants should send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homebound/Home-based Teachers Needed
Part-time, Hourly position
$34.36 per Hour
The Out-of-School Support Office, which provides teachers for students unable to attend school because of medical (homebound) or disciplinary reasons (home-based), is looking for additional teachers. All teachers with a valid Virginia teaching license are welcome to apply. Teachers with Virginia certification in special education, math, science, and world languages are critically needed. This instruction may take place during the school day or after school hours for contracted teachers. For further information about this program, contact:
Ann Marie McDaniels
Edison, Lee, Hayfield, Mount Vernon, West Potomac, South County, West Springfield, and Lake Braddock Pyramids
Herndon, Langley, Madison, Oakton, South Lakes, Falls Church, Marshall, and McLean Pyramids
Annandale, Justice, Centreville, Robinson, Chantilly, Fairfax, Westfield, Woodson Pyramids
Program Manager, Out-of-School Support