Position Description: Seeking experienced, enthusiastic and competent educator for an Ed Tech III Interventionist position. Successful candidate would be responsible for delivering targeted Response to Intervention (RTI) support to individual and small groups of elementary students in the areas of literacy and mathematics. Successful candidate would administer pre/post assessments, collect student data, document interventions and maintain progress monitoring data to inform instruction. Must demonstrate ability to develop positive relationships with students and to work collaboratively with grade level teams and other interventionists.
Qualifications: Must hold Maine Educational Technician III (023) Authorization with Maine Dept. of Ed. Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) Approval. See links below for more information. Ability to work independently with a high degree of accuracy and maintain a high level of confidentiality as required by law.
Salary: Salary and benefits determined per negotiated Cape Elizabeth Education Association Ed Tech bargaining agreement.
Application Instructions: Cape Elizabeth Schools will not accept paper applications or supporting materials. All applications and supporting materials are to be completed via Applitrack at https://hr.cape.k12.me.us/main-menu/learn-more/jobs and include: completed application, cover letter specific to posted position, current resume; copies of all post secondary transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and copy of current Maine DOE Ed Tech authorization with CHRC.
Application Deadline: When a suitable candidate is found.
Online applications are due by 4pm when a date is listed above and should be directed to:
Cape Elizabeth Schools
320 Ocean House Road
Cape Elizabeth ME 04107
Dept. of Ed Certification Information can be obtained online at the Maine Dept of Education web site
For more information about Maine's CHRC process, please visit the Maine DOE online fingerprint registration site or call the Maine Certification Office at 207-624-6603.
Cape Elizabeth has three schools; Pond Cove Elementary School, grades K-4; Cape Elizabeth Middle School, grades 5-8; and, Cape Elizabeth High School, grades 9-12. All schools are located within easy walking distance of each other. Please check our web site for information about each of the schools.
Cape Elizabeth is a residential community located on the Atlantic Ocean three miles south of Portland, two hours north of Boston, and covers about 15 square miles. It has a population of 9,068 residents living in 3,200 households.