1.0 FTE Dual Language K-5 Teacher - Span/Eng Bilingual Required - Temporary

Bend-La Pine School District

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Posted : 2023-07-14

Bend-La Pine Schools is committed to the principle of equity. Equity supersedes the notion of equality, where all are treated the same. Pursuing equity requires the removal of barriers and the promotion of inclusive practices so that all students fully benefit. The principle of equity will inform all BLS policies, regulations, programs, operations, practices, and resource allocations.

Studies have shown that some individuals (women and people of color, for example) are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single qualification in a job description. Our goal is to find the best candidate for the position, and we acknowledge that that candidate may be an individual from a less traditional background. We encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of our qualifications described. If you are unsure whether you meet the qualifications of a position, or how this would be determined, please feel free to contact Human Resources to discuss your application.

Temporary position through June 2024

Temporary positions may be concluded prior to the end date

Bilingual Required (professional Spanish/English)

Posting Closes: 7-16-23

School Year: 2023/24

Contract Days: 190

Exceptional Benefits.

Salary based on 2022/23 salary schedule.


The Classroom Teacher will motivate, assist and guide the learning of students, including their prescribed instruction, discipline, safety and health while under the supervision of the school. The Classroom Teacher will also lead each student toward the fulfillment of his / her potential for intellectual, physical, emotional, and psychological growth and maturation by providing appropriate instruction to each student. The Classroom Teacher reports to the school principal.



1. Identifies the needs of individual students by continuous assessment of their abilities.
2. Uses identified student needs to plan instruction.
3. Writes instructional plans.
4. Uses a variety of appropriate methods and materials to implement instructional plans.
5. Manages the classroom to create the optimum learning conditions.
6. Makes appropriate application of learning theory to meet the needs of students.
7. Evaluates and reports student progress.
8. Assists with the planning and conduction of parent conferences.
9. Participates in professional development activities.
10. Provides plans for and supervises educational assistants.
11. Supervises students in and out of the classroom.
12. Initiates and maintains communication with colleagues.
13. Assists in the assessment of building level needs and the planning required to meet those needs.
14. Attends meetings and serves on committees as directed.
15. Fulfills all appropriate responsibilities assigned to the Classroom Teacher.
16. Fulfills other related duties as assigned or assumed.


The employee works with groups of students and on a one-on-one basis. Students include those who may be physically and mentally handicapped, learning disabled, emotionally disturbed and culturally different. Supervision and instructional responsibilities require the employee to be able to stand for up to 45 consecutive minutes and move rapidly to intervene in situations where a student’s safety is being jeopardized. The supervision may also occur during times of inclement weather. The employee needs to be able to lift materials, boxes or equipment weighing up to 30 pounds.



  • Current concepts, methods and procedures for curriculum development and implementation.
  • Laws, rules, policies and trends regarding instruction.
  • Evaluation techniques.
  • Essential Learning Skills and Common Curriculum Goals.
  • Human development and learning.
  • Behavior management techniques.
  • Communication techniques.
  • Computer technology.
  • School district policies and procedures.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Develop appropriate curriculum.
  • Interpret and comply with laws, rules and policies.
  • Evaluate student needs and progress.
  • Implement competency based instruction.
  • Make appropriate application of learning principles.
  • Maintain acceptable student behavior.
  • Communicate effectively with parents, colleagues and students.
  • Read, understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
  • Apply an understanding of English, reading, spelling, mathematics and other subjects as related to the position.
  • Deal with students, teachers, administrators, supervisor, and the publish in a pleasant and courteous manner.
  • Learn the operation of computers and other equipment used in the work, as required by the position.
  • Accurately transfer, record and convey information, materials, and money as required by the position.
  • Verbalize concepts and to communicate effectively in person and over the phone using a pleasant and well modulated voice.
  • Establish and maintain accurate record keeping systems.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, teachers, administrators, co-workers, supervisor, and the public.
  • Make mathematical calculations accurately.
  • Write or print legibly.
  • Obtain or possess a valid Oregon driver’s license and maintain and insurable status for automobile and liability coverage, as required by the position.
  • Abide by confidentiality requirements.
  • Demonstrate high standards of moral character and behavior as required of the teachers by serving as an effective role model for students.
  • Adhere to the federal requirement for a drug-free workplace.
  • Hold a valid first aid card.
  • Learn to deal with bodily fluids.
  • Maintain a high level of commitment to the completion of all tasks.


Completion of course work satisfying the requirement for issuance of a valid Oregon Teaching License with appropriate endorsement in the designated assignment.

Demonstrated ability to teach students to be successful learners though student teaching, internship or temporary/regular teaching experience.

Hold or be eligible to qualify for an Oregon Teaching License.

The statements herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principle functions of the job, the level of knowledge and skills typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work and physical requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work or otherwise to balance the workload.

Please submit the following:


Cover letter

3 Letters of Recommendation


Teaching License

Job Location
Bend, Oregon, United States
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