Submit your resume to be considered for possible Elementary Spanish Teacher or High School Spanish Teacher opportunities within our network of 13 elementary schools and 3 high schools for the 2017/2018 school year!
Join a dynamic team of student-focused educator and innovator. We are:
3 of the top 5 charter elementary schools in the City of Chicago (Chicago Magazine, 2016)
Top-Tier: an all-time high of seven UCSN schools ranked at level 1+ by Chicago Public Schools rating system last year
Illinois Teacher of the Year Award Finalist (ISBE, 2016)
UCSN Spanish Teachers are unique in that they realize success is built on relationships. They focus their work on student learning. Furthermore, they whole-heartedly believe that all students can learn and demonstrate that by engaging principles of distributed leadership and distributed counseling. UCSN expects that all adults understand that it is everyone’s responsibility to develop students, both personally and academically.
UCSN Spanish Teachers know that they are responsible for the academic growth of their students, and they are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure success.
Spanish Teachers at UCSN lead the curriculum, instruction, and assessment for students to which they are assigned. They relentlessly pursue student growth and achievement through diligent planning, careful instructional execution, and on-going collaboration with colleagues and the school leadership team.
Teaching Staff minimum starting salary of $50,160 for the 2017/2018 school year
10-month employees with 12-month salary pay
Low- deductible medical, dental and vision coverage
Paid leave days and holidays
Ability to participate in Chicago Teachers Pension Fund, 401k and commuters savings
Positive family and community relationships established by our school teams
Paid breaks in Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer
Candidate must be able to demonstrate the academic progress of students under his/her leadership and articulate the methods used to achieve those results
Must possess valid Illinois Professional Education License (PEL) or equivalent
Must possess valid Illinois Spanish endorsement or equivalent in grade level of interest
The UNO Charter School Network (UCSN) believes that all students deserve the opportunity to realize their highest potential. Increasing in diversity but rooted in Hispanic communities, our educational model is anchored by strong parent partnerships, structured learning environments, rigorous curriculum, and an individualized approach that develops and empowers our students. For us, academic succes...s is not a hope; it is an expectation.Our vision is to develop a diverse group of intellectually curious and passionate civic leaders who act with integrity and who compete and excel locally, nationally, and globally.