Instructional Aide/teacher Certification Program Job In Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Published 2021-11-14
Expires 2021-12-14
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Instructional Aide/teacher Certification Program Job In Milwaukee, Wisconsin
United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
Published November 14, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Instructional aide/teacher certification program

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At MyPath, our guiding principle is Passion: a passion for the people we serve and for the work we do. The Richardson School strives to promote internal growth and development and recognizes that we have top-tier talent in many of our current Instructional Aides across campuses. We want to offer as much opportunity to our internal staff, as well as potential new member owners, to advance in their career goals. In response to a secondary principle, Constantly Learning, TRS is now offering a new role as Alternative Pathway Teacher to passionate Instructional Aides and paraprofessionals looking to obtain their teaching certifications. Please see qualifications and requirements below.


Employment offer:Requirement to enroll in an alternative pathway program to licensure:

Do so within 60 days of offer letter or at the program’s next start date

Candidates can choose from a variety of programs approved by DPI.  These include options at UW Campuses, CESA organizations and American Board.  More information can be found at the below links:

Selection of a program must be one approved by DPI and completed outside of regular school day hours

TRS will pay up to, but not to exceed, $2,000.00, directly to the applicant’s selected program

Commitment of 1 year of employment from date of program payment

If candidate fails to retain employment for 1 year, reimbursement will be due and payable in full upon separation

Compensation Package

$43,000 starting salary

Increase to $45,000 upon completion of program and full DPI licensure

Eligible for annual pay review

Work is salaried hours following the teacher work schedule

Paid Teacher PTO for breaks and non-teaching summer hours

40 hours of personal PTO per year, front loaded in September


Qualifications to apply and be interviewed:Open to any MyPath employee or external hire

Must hold, minimum Bachelor’s degree and interest in teaching in a classroom

Must be in good performance standing with TRS – no attendance or performance issues rising to the level of a written warning

Must have the ability to be approved for a License with Stipulations by DPI

TRS will pay for the licensure application fee on behalf of the selected applicant

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