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Part Time P.E. Teacher (Beaverton, OR)

Arco Iris Spanish Immersion School


Part Time (0.25 to 0.5)

No Benefits Offered

General Definition of Work

The P.E. educator is the primary instructional delivery person for student health and wellness, and fitness and growth. The educator must be collaborative, a relationship builder, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be well trained in P.E. content knowledge, early learners, and effective and engaging teaching strategies.

Essential Functions

Essential duties of this position include the following. Employees in this position perform some or all of the following tasks. Other related duties may be assigned.

Demonstrate motivation and enthusiasm with a genuine passion for teaching young learners.

Demonstrate the ability to create a child-centered teaching environment.

Facilitates children’s physical and social and emotional learning through lessons designed to sequentially develop skills appropriate to their ability and confidence levels.

Provides engaging, fun, and effective instruction that helps build a health and wellness foundation for young children.

Teaches knowledge and skills in physical fitness and health education curriculum and other appropriate learning activities.

Provides maximum participation for all students; differentiates as needed to ensure all students experience success.

Analyzes, demonstrates, and explains basic skills, knowledge and strategies of games and fundamentals of body movement.

Develops engaging and effective lesson plans and supplementary materials.

Provides ongoing formative feedback to students.

Demonstrates a growth mindset individually and supports this development with all students.

Communicates in developmentally appropriate ways through a humane, sensitive approach that clearly demonstrates that every child, regardless of ability, can succeed and will benefit from a physically active, healthy lifestyle.

Implements and supports school-wide initiatives.

Collaborates with school team members in providing ideas and support to increase health and wellness, movement and activity within the classroom.

Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior to provide an orderly, productive environment in the physical education areas that supports and aligns with school-wide behavior expectations

Provides appropriate safety instruction and makes safety checks on equipment to ensure the overall safety of students.

Evaluates fitness and social and emotional growth of students, prepares report cards, and keeps appropriate records as necessary.

Maintains control of storage, PE equipment, recess equipment, and school property.

Evaluates each student’s growth in physical skills and knowledge and collaborates with center staff to share with parents.

Provides support for school-wide assemblies.

Actively supports and builds a strong positive culture and learning environment.

Work cooperatively and collaboratively with team members, parents, community members, and partners to improve the instructional program and student success.

Effectively use technology to support effective instruction and student learning.

Communicates with parents and team members on student progress.

Models non discriminatory practices in all activities.

Maintains appropriate licenses and training hours as required.

Complies with applicable District, state, local and federal laws, rules and regulations.

Adheres to all standards established by Teachers Standards and Practices Commissions for Competent and Ethical Educators.

Adheres to all Oregon Administrative Rules related to licensed educators.

All school employees have some responsibility for supervising students and assisting in maintaining a safe environment at all times.


Bachelor’s Degree

Preferred candidate with valid teaching license

At least one year of experience teaching physical education at the elementary level.

Bilingual Spanish (preferred but not required)

Hold or have the ability to obtain a valid CPR/First Aid card.

Verifiable ability to work with young children of varying levels of readiness.