The language assessment Specialist will administer the language proficiency test upon enrollment at the Family Resource Center. The candidate will be successfully.
- Administer Language proficiency test to potential English Learners, Spanish Dual Language. - Help determine English learner status and comply with federal and state regulations and classification mandates. - Assist families in making and informed choice about English learner programs (if eligible). - Provide families guidance in the school enrollment process for English Learner and Dual language Learner Programs. - Maintain accurate testing and student record information. - Maintain student/family confidentiality. - Be a source of information to ELL families in the district. - Maintain accurate student testing data and ELL enrollment records/information. - Perform other duties determined by the Coordinator of English Language Learner Programs.
Requirements: The Language Assessment Specialist will experienced in the administration of the W-APT and other language assessments used in CPS. The candidate will be effective in working with immigrant families and create an environment that fosters mutual respect and cultural sensitivity.
Education: Bachelor's degree or highest from an accredited college or university with a concentration in ESL, TESOL, or Applied Linguistics.
Experience: At least 2 years of experience teaching high school ESL and teaching linguistically diverse students in an urban setting.
Languages: Proficiency and fluency in English and Spanish are required.
Length of Contract:
January 15, 2024 to February 16, 2024
$35.00 hourly, Not exceed $1225.00
Cambridge Public Schools is committed to slowing and/or stopping the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, as a condition of employment with Cambridge Public Schools, all new hires will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 no later than their first day of work. Written requests for either a religious exemption from this requirement based on sincerely held religious beliefs, or for a medical exemption based upon clear documentation from a medical provider should be submitted to the attention of the Chief Talent Officer.