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  • 15 Feb 2012 2:25 PM | Anonymous
    La Conexión de las Américas 
    Executive Director 
    Job Description 
    About the Organization 
    The mission of La Conexión de las Américas is to  
    • Create a two-way learning experience to develop reciprocal 
    understanding, respect and adaptation between established residents and 
    Latino immigrants; 
    • Create educational programming on Latin America, the Caribbean, and 
    the U.S. relationship with the region; 
    • Empower the Latino community throughout the Twin Cities by providing 
    and connecting participants with resources and educational, economic 
    and community engagement opportunities; and 
    • Utilize the organization’s knowledge and experience as educators and 
    service providers to transform underlying system problems that result in 
    power and resource inequalities. 
    The Executive Director provides overall organizational leadership and works with 
    the board to set the strategic direction. Responsibilities include: 
    Fundraising and Development 
    • Provide leadership to the organization’s fundraising efforts, including 
    coordinate efforts of board, staff and volunteers, in order to reach the 
    organization’s fundraising goals 
    • Research and write grants and fulfill annual grant reporting requirements 
    • Fundraise with ecumenical partners 
    • Cultivate and solicit individual donations 
    • Collaborate with local businesses for financial and in-kind support 
    • Collaborate with area nonprofits on grants 
    • Serve as the primary spokesperson for the organization to its stakeholders 
    • Manage community and public relations 
    Program Planning and Oversight 
    • Develop and implement successful and relevant programming with 
    program staff and volunteers 
    • Set program goals in coordination with staff • Engage in program design and development as needed
    trategic Planning and Development 
    • Engage with the board to set the strategic direction of the organization 
    • Develop short and long term strategic plans  
    • Support the Board in recruitment and development of board members 
    • Seek out opportunities for collaboration and growth to advance the 
    mission of the organization. 
    Organizational Management and Administration 
    • Support the board in carrying out its governance functions 
    • Manage finances, taxes, and risk 
    • Manage human resources, including supervising staff and managing 
    • Oversee operations, including facilities management 
    Program Management 
    • Directly engage in management of one or more programs, as needed. 
    • Bilingual in written and spoken English and Spanish 
    • Proven fundraising and grant writing track record 
    • Minimum BA/BS 
    • Minimum 2-3 years nonprofit management experience, including 
    experience in financial management, budgeting, fundraising, program 
    • At least 2 years supervisory experience 
    • Collaborative, flexible team player 
    • Comfortable working with faith communities 
    • Computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office  
    • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends as needed 
    • 5+ years related experience preferred 
    • Experience with QuickBooks and/or Raisers Edge, fundraising software 
    • Experience in financial literacy and/or business development a plus 
    Conditions of employment: 
    • This position is being considered for half-time or full-time hours 
    • Competitive salary and benefits package 
    To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to Search Committee at by February 15. 
  • 07 Feb 2012 8:50 PM | Anonymous
    Pierre Bottineau French Immersion seeks:

    Highly-effective elementary French Immersion classroom teacher for new, self-governed urban French immersion school, opening Fall 2012.

    Qualifications include: current MN K-6 or elementary teaching license or the ability/willingness to obtain a license and p roficiency in French at the advanced level or above, according to the ACTFL OPI.

    An innovative setting, PBFI will be Minnesota’s first self-governed school, allowing autonomy and teacher-led decision-making.  All teachers will work under a memorandum of understanding with MFT 59.   Collaborative/team environment with job-imbedded professional development and regular coaching.   Teachers at PBFI will ensure all students succeed in an environment based on the concept of “no excuses and high expectations for all”.

    Interested candidates should apply online at:  as well as submit a resume, cover letter and references to the school leader-



  • 06 Feb 2012 9:45 PM | Anonymous

    Minneapolis  Academy  is seeking the services of a licensed Middle School Spanish Teacher for SY 2012-2013.

    Minneapolis  Academy is a 5-8  College  Preparatory  Charter  Middle School .

    The school’s curriculum is based on the Core Knowledge Sequence.

    Experience with urban youth desired.


    Send cover letter, resume, college transcripts, copy of MN teaching license, and three letters of recommendation by email



    Minneapolis  Academy

    5011 31st Avenue South Minneapolis MN  55417

    Tel.  612-455-1346

    Fax: 612-455-1345


  • 04 Feb 2012 12:28 PM | Anonymous
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  • 01 Feb 2012 2:22 PM | Anonymous

    Date of Availability: 03/26/2012 approx
    Date Closing: 02/08/2012

    Position Summary


    Posting dates: 01/31/2012 to 02/08/2012 or until filled

    1.0 Long Term Sub teacher -  Spanish

    Location: Highview Middle School 

    Start: approx 03/26/2012

    End: approx 06/08/2012



    Must have appropriate MN teaching license. Spanish License required. 

    Applicants must have the ability and skills to relate to students and be sensitive to their needs, to provide a positive behavioral atmosphere for students, to work cooperatively with individuals and teams, the willingness to use technology as part of curriculum and excellent communication skills with students, staff and parents.



    Mounds View Public Schools uses the AppliTrack system from General ASP to manage employment applications online
  • 01 Feb 2012 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    Twin Cities Academy, a St. Paul charter school, has an immediate opening for middle school Spanish I, grades 7 & 8.

    Contact Liz Wynne at 651- 205-4798

  • 11 Jan 2012 4:30 PM | Anonymous
    Date of Availability: 01/20/2012
    Date Closing: 01/18/2012

    JOB ID: 1013 – 1.0 FTE LONG-TERM SUBSTITUTE FRENCH TEACHER – at the High School/Middle School beginning 1/20/12 through 2/29/12.  Requires MN teaching license or ability to secure a variance.  Will be .8 FTE High School French Teacher / .2 FTE Middle School French Teacher.  DEADLINE:  1/18/12.  EOE

    Northfield Public Schools uses the AppliTrack system from General ASP to manage employment applications online
  • 29 Dec 2011 5:25 PM | Anonymous
    K¹² is a dynamic company on a mission to provide the most compelling, comprehensive, and effective K-12 education available. Our employees are a critical part of an organization that is providing powerful, new options for the way children can be educated. They have a passion for education and a drive to make a difference. We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest level of integrity. We have the same high expectations for our employees as we do for the students who are in our programs. These are just a few of the values that make K¹² a great place to work. 

    Position Summary: 

    A high school teacher is a highly qualified and state certified teacher responsible for delivering specific course content in an on line environment. Teachers provide instruction, support and guidance, manage the learning process, and focus on students’ individual needs. Teachers monitor student progress through K12’s learning management system, and they work actively with students and parents to advance each child’s learning. As part of their regular teaching responsibilities, teachers are expected to fulfill duties in the following areas: 

    Planning and Preparation 

    • Learn the curriculum in its entirety for assigned grade levels. 

    • Demonstrate knowledge of the state standards and how both align with the K12 curriculum. 

    • Understand overall diversity of assigned families and individual characteristics of students/parents; specifically, how this impacts support needed. 

    • Utilizes asynchronous and synchronous tools to augment course content according to prescribed policies and procedures. Instruction and Student Achievement 

    • Orients students to course and communicates course requirements. 

    • Maintains regular office hours and conducts instructional sessions. 

    • Sets and enforces deadlines for student work. 

    • Support parents with student curricular and instructional issues. 

    • Responsible for student academic progress and attendance 

    • Balance flexibility of the K12 curriculum with Academy policies and procedures. 

    • Conduct conferences with students and parents/responsible adult. 

    • Individualize instruction to help each student achieve K12 curricular objectives. 

    • Grades student work and maintains grade book. 

    • Communicates high expectations and shows an active interest in student’s achievement. 

    • Alert administrators to any concerns about student performance and progress. 

    • Recommends promotion and retention. 

    • Maintains regular contact with students and families Virtual Classroom Environment 

    • Create and manage home office. 

     Organize social and educational activities for students and families, including sponsorship of one virtual club. 

    • Establish and maintain a positive rapport with assigned families. 

    • Support students with set-up and maintenance of their teaching environment. 

    • Support students through basic computer troubleshooting. Professional Responsibilities 

    • Collaborates with peers. 

    • Build community by contributing to school message boards, newsletter and events. 

    • Travel to and participate in staff meetings and professional development sessions if needed  
    Job Requirements Job Requirements
     Grade 9-12 Requirements 

    • 3+ years teaching experience 

    • Bachelor’s degree 

    • Minnesota State Teaching Certificate required for Japanese or AP Spanish

    • Meets state’s NCLB’s Highly Qualified Teacher requirements 

    • Proficient in MS Excel, Word, and Outlook 

    • Experience in a customer service environment 

    • Strong written/verbal communication skills 

    • Flexible schedule 

    The ideal teacher candidates will also have: 

    • Experience working with the proposed age group 

    • Experience supporting adults and children in the use of technology 

    • An ability to learn new technology tools quickly (e.g., database and web-based tools) 

    • An ability to support and guide adults as well as students 

    EOE and Drug-Free Workplace 
    Contact :
  • 14 Dec 2011 8:08 PM | Anonymous

    1 Full-Time Probationary
    (This is the two-year college equivalent of a tenure-track position.)

    Beginning Fall Semester 2012/August 22, 2012


    Minneapolis Community and Technical College is a two-year college located in
    downtown Minneapolis, serving the diverse, multicultural communities
    of the Twin Cities. MCTC enrolls 53% students of color. The college
    provides a comprehensive offering of developmental, liberal arts, pre-
    professional, professional, and technical programs.



    • Teaching college-level courses in Spanish, primarily the first four semester sequence.
    • Participating in and leading review and implementation of curriculum.
    • Participating in student assessment and departmental meetings.
    • Participating actively in the life of the college community


    •Master's degree with a major in Spanish, or master's degree in
    any discipline/field with a minimum of 16 graduate semester
    credits (24 graduate quarter credits) in Spanish.


    •Teaching experience in a community college.
    Demonstrated commitment to the academic needs of non-
    traditional students, including older students, minority/
    multicultural students, non-native speakers of English, and
    students from non-traditional backgrounds.
    Demonstrated experience with the development of assessment
    strategies and practices across all levels: classroom,
    department, and college.


    Based on education and experience in accordance with the
    Minnesota State College Faculty contract, including an excellent
    package of employee benefits.


    ______________, 2011 WILL RECEIVE PRIORITY REVIEW.
    OPEN UNTIL FILLED. Submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial
    copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, names/addresses/
    telephone numbers/e-mail addresses of at least three references
    who can directly address the applicant’s qualifications for this
    position (prefer that at least one reference observed the applicant
    while acting in a teaching capacity), to http://

    Copies of transcripts are acceptable for the screening process;
    however, the successful candidate must provide official transcripts
    at the time of hire.
  • 22 Nov 2011 12:10 PM | Anonymous

    Full Time Upper School Mandarin Chinese teacher beginning August 2012:

    St. Paul Academy and Summit School seeks candidates for the position of Upper School Mandarin Chinese Teacher.  This is a full-time, long-term position beginning in late August, 2012. Candidates should possess the ability to teach the language from introductory through advanced (post-AP) levels.  Ideally, candidates will have experience and formal training in language instruction.  In addition, candidates should be able to advise students effectively and otherwise contribute to the life of the school outside the classroom.  Candidates should support the mission of SPA and the vision of the Upper School.  St. Paul Academy and Summit School is committed to diversity and equal opportunity.

    For more information please visit St. Paul Academy and Summit School at

Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures
PO Box 11926, St. Paul MN 55111
technical inquiries:
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