Job Description

Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) for EL Immigrant Families

(Position available for 2019-20 School Year)

Job Goal:

To provide leadership and supervisory skills for the educational development of EL immigrant students. Responsible for performing a broad range of support activities pertaining to EL immigrant parents/community outreach programs.


  • Valid Arizona Teaching Certificate
  • Hold a current BLE/ESL or SEI endorsement
  • Proven leadership or supervisory experience
  • Demonstrates knowledge of English Language Development (ELD) and proficiency in teaching as evidenced by administrator’s evaluations and 3 or more years of high student achievement. Demonstrates strong knowledge of Responsive to Intervention (RTI)
  • Demonstrates knowledge of state and federal program guidelines for servicing English
  • Such alternative to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable

REPORTS TO: Educational Services Administrator


  • Engage in parent and family outreach programs for EL immigrant
  • Ensure EL immigrant students receive English immersion
  • Work with teachers to ensure a coherent instructional program for English immersion based on new updated SEI
  • Identify and implement academic programs for EL immigrant children to improve academic achievement.
  • Provide EL immigrant children with academic and career
  • Identify and implement programs for EL immigrant children to help them understand the educational and local, state, and federal governmental systems in the United
  • Plan and organize activities to bring EL immigrant families into the
  • Educate EL immigrant families, in coordination with community-based programs, institutions of higher education, and other entities, in community and educational services to help EL immigrant families succeed in the United
  • Create workshops, trainings and provide direct assistance to ease the integration of families who have trouble understanding or navigating the school district’s
  • Assume responsibility for the implementation and observance of all district policies, rules, and administrative directives.
  • Provide training to parent liaisons who provide services to EL immigrant
  • Build positive relationships between the school and its community of EL immigrant parents and families.
  • Implement parent leadership training to empower parents to effectively advocate for their EL immigrant children.
  • Performs other work-related duties of similar nature or level.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Employment year is nine months. Salary and fringe benefits as approved by the Governing Board.

The following documentation is required along with the Application:

  1. Professional Resume;
  2. Copy of Home State License (if graduated)
  3. Three (3) current letters of recommendation
  4. Unofficial Transcripts
  5. Copies of Test Scores for Certification
  6. Copy of AZ Fingerprint Card



Cartwright School District

Haidee Ruiz, Human Resources Executive Coordinator (623) 691-3911

Thomas Hancock, Director of Human Resources (623) 691-4080

Primary Location: Educational Services

Shift Type: Full-Time

Job Contact Information

Applications will be accepted beginning
Friday, February 14, 2020 12:00 AM
(Mountain Standard Time)

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