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Advanced Math Teacher

Advanced Math Teacher
Stayton High School

START DATE: August 19, 2024, for Orientation
PAY: for the 2024-25 school year, $45,171.49 - $88,774.53; placement is dependent on experience and education level; we also pay your PERS contribution

Stayton High School, home of the EAGLES, is searching for a dynamic, energetic individual to join our family.  At Stayton High School our mission is to empower all students for life. We do this by making relationships the heart of our work, maintaining high expectations for behavior and academics, and expecting active participation in the classroom and beyond. We celebrate collaborative instruction and promote curiosity and inquiry. To empower students for their next phase of life, we promote college readiness skills and have robust CTE programs. 

Seeking individuals with advanced math certification. Candidate must be proficient in teaching a variety of math subject matter such as Geometry, Algebra, Trig, Math Analysis, Statistics, and Calculus.

Coaching and/or activities may be available for those interested.

This position is subject to a funded budget based on staffing needs.  Specific assignments are subject to change.

Essential Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each requirement satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skill, and/or ability needed for the position.

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree and current valid Oregon Teaching License with appropriate grade level/subject area endorsement
  • Ability to maintain strength of knowledge and practice in instructional skills and strategies
  • Ability to demonstrate knowledge of subject matter, seek professional growth, improve classroom instruction, and qualify for license renewal by following both state and district regulations
  • Ability to demonstrate standards of moral character and behavior to serve as an effective role model for students
  • Ability to work harmoniously with others and to communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) with students, parents, teachers, and community
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with student, staff, and/or parent information
  • Ability to communicate with individuals of varied cultural and educational backgrounds
  • Ability to work effectively in an environment that can be both physically and emotionally fatiguing; perform physically demanding requirements of the job
  • Perform physical requirements, which may include:

A.  Moderate to extensive degree of physical and emotional stamina      

B.  Frequent standing, walking, bending, and lifting      

C.  Frequent and prolonged talking/hearing conversations      

D.  Possess near/far visual acuity/depth perception      

E.  Possible exposure to bodily fluids in assisting students with using restrooms and tending to injury and illness

F.  Such alternative to the above requirements as the School Board or the Administration may deem appropriate and acceptable.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may also be assigned):

  1. Plans and implements a program of study following state and district goals/curriculum that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs and development of students
  2. Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals; establishes clear objectives for all instructional units, projects, and lessons to communicate these goals and objectives to students
  3. Develops and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning with the resources provided by the District
  4. Establishes and clarifies acceptable standards for student behavior and demonstrates effective classroom management skills
  5. Diagnoses the needs and abilities of assigned students and prescribes appropriate learning activities for each student
  6. Evaluates each student’s growth periodically and develops instructional plans for the future
  7. Establishes and maintains open lines of communication with academic and behavioral progress of all assigned students
  8. Assists the administration in implementing all policies and/or rules governing student conduct, and, for the classroom, develops reasonable rules of classroom behavior and attendance
  9. Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of classroom behavior
  10. Maintains accurate, complete, and confidential records as required by law, District policy, and administrative regulations.
  11. Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regularly and maintains such records as required by law and District policy
  12. Maintains a professional relationship with colleagues
  13. Cooperates with other members of the staff in planning District curriculum and instructional methods, goals, and objectives
  14. Takes reasonable precautions to provide for health and safety of the students and to protect equipment, materials, and facilities
  15. Satisfactorily performs teaching responsibilities and continually evaluates and reappraises professional performance using District guidelines.  Assumes the responsibility for seeking help and advice and takes full responsibility for demonstrating professional growth and needed improvement
  16. Serves as a role model to students in the areas of appearance, actions, behaviors, and interpersonal interactions with peers
  17. Provides academic modifications for special needs students
  18. Attends meetings and serve on committees as directed
  19. Directs and assigns activities of assigned instructional assistants, volunteers, and other para-professionals
  20. Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students, parents, and staff
  21. Perform other tasks (which may require knowledge of other job descriptions) that may seem appropriate to the Board or Administration.


1.  Valid Oregon Teaching License with appropriate endorsements if required

2.  Possess a valid First Aid card if required

3.  Possess a valid Oregon Driver’s License if required

4.  Bloodborne Pathogens Training/Hepatitis B Shot Series Training if required


North Santiam is a PBIS District Positive Behavior Supports (PBIS) that focuses efforts on creating an environment that supports the educational environment.  PBS schools use school-wide and classroom positive reinforcement to promote expected behavior, teach behavioral expectations like academic skills, and use data-based information to guide intervention and management.