New Braunfels

Elementary Instructional Coach/Intervention Teacher (3238)

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TitleElementary Instructional Coach/Intervention Teacher
Posting ID3238

This position is an ESSER funded position through the 2023-2024 school year.


Primary Purpose:


70%__Cohort coach: Provides continuous support for professional growth for elementary teachers through coaching, co-teaching and demonstrations.

30%__Intervention teacher: Provide additional and supplemental instruction for identified At-Risk students.






Bachelor’s degree from accredited university, Masters preferred

Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for subject and level assigned

ESL Certification required within six months of employment


Special Knowledge/Skills:

Expert knowledge of classroom management, effective instructional strategies and practices

Ability to demonstrate and develop these effective practices for classroom teachers

Knowledge of coaching techniques and procedures.

Knowledge of curriculum design and implementation

Ability to support program effectiveness and program compliance

Ability to coordinate between content areas

Ability to analyze and interpret data,

Ability to evaluate and enhance delivery of effective instructional practices

Ability to establish and maintain relationships with campus teachers and administrators 

Strong organizational, communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills



Experience Required:

At least five years of effective teaching with elementary students preferred



Major Responsibilities and Duties:


Instructional Management


  1. Creates and cultivates trusting, respectful, and collegial relationships with teachers, campus administrators, curriculum directors, and other instructional coaches in developing the coaching program.


  1. Conducts classroom observations as a part of the coaching cycle and provides immediate critical feedback to enhance classroom instruction (not evaluative).


  1. Supports teachers in the development of purposeful standards aligned formative and summative assessments


  1. Helps teachers to diagnose student strengths and weaknesses based on formative/summative data and plan for effective interventions.


  1. Consults frequently with classroom teachers on matters relating to instructional methods and materials.


  1. Works with special cases whose difficulty or complexity requires a high degree of professional skill and knowledge.


  1. Leads weekly learning communities and provide professional learning opportunities based on campus and district needs and goals.


  1. Participates in design, implementation and evaluation of campus staff development.


  1. Attends appropriate professional meetings and workshops to maintain proficiency and to acquire new ideas for instructional improvement.


  1. Support the academic achievement of At-Risk learners.





  1. Establishes and maintains open lines of communication with teachers and administrators.


  1. Keeps school staff informed as to new development in subject matter areas.


  1. Participating member of the campus instructional leadership team.



Policy, Reports and Law


  1. Compiles, maintains, and files all physical and computerized reports, records, and other documents required.


  1. Complies with policies established by federal and state law, State Board of Education rule, and the local board policy.


Professional Goals and Growth


  1. Expands leadership skills and knowledge base through self-initiated professional development activities.


  1. Conducts oneself in a professional, ethical manner in accordance with New Braunfels ISD Standards of Conduct and complies with the Texas Education Agency Code of Ethics.



Communications and Community Support


  1. Attends and participates in district meetings with curriculum specialists and communicates with campus as appropriate.


  1. Communicates and collaborates with district-level curriculum specialists to ensure rigorous, relevant curricula and instructional practices that will increase student achievement.


  1. Keeps the campus informed as to the purposes and progress of district and state instructional program(s) and requirements.


  1. Demonstrates awareness of district-community needs and initiates activities to meet needs.




Supervisory Responsibilities:





Working Conditions:


Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:

Maintain emotional control under stress. Self-directed and flexible.


The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.


Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary Rangestarting at: $51,500.00 / Per Year
LocationThe Administration Center

Applications Accepted

Start Date07/15/2021

Job Contact

NameDeborah CaryTitleEarly Education Coordinator