The Teacher Development Manager (TDM) (Arkansas Teacher Corps) monitors the teacher training and individual progress of Fellows enrolled in the Arkansas Teacher Corps program and performs related organizational and communication tasks. The TDM travels to school districts across Arkansas for weekly observations of teachers and provides coaching to Fellows at their school placements. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.
Earned bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
A minimum of two years K-12 teaching experience.
Demonstration of instructional effectiveness.
Required License/Certifications: A valid driver’s license.
Two or more years teaching experience in a low-income or rural area.
A minimum of two years secondary-level (middle, junior high, or high school) teaching experience.
Experience managing and coaching adults in a non-profit or related service-oriented organization.
Experience developing a training program or curriculum.
A valid Arkansas teaching license.
About Arkansas Teacher Corps
The Arkansas Teacher Corps (ATC) recruits, trains, and supports exceptional, social justice-oriented individuals to serve as teachers for Arkansas students who need them the most. ATC is an alternative teacher licensure program that provides an accelerated path to teaching for the highest-performing and social justice-oriented individuals in order to have a lasting impact on students and communities in Arkansas.The Arkansas Teacher Corps aims to…recruit excellent, passionate individuals from diverse backgroundstrain them to be rigorous, culturally responsive classroom teachersplace them to teach for three years or more in a high-need schoolprovide unparalleled, transformational teacher development and coachingsupport Fellows in completing all requirements for a standard teaching license