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Professional Development Teaching & Learning - Mentor Teacher - 1.0 FTE

Portland Public Schools

Portland Public Schools (PPS) is seeking talented people from diverse backgrounds and experiences to lead change and inspire PPS students. At PPS, every employee, despite having different roles, is an educator. We hope to attract a talented Mentor Teacher with an interest in providing support for the implementation of the district's educational mission in our Professional Development Teaching & Learning Department, someone who models the core PPS Educator Essentials. The District is focusing on eliminating systemic racism and its impact on student learning, having a commitment to racial equity and social justice are qualities our school district values.

The Mentor Teacher serves outside the classroom-setting for assignments as determined by the needs of the district. Specific areas of assignment typically include, but are not limited to, teacher support, student support and curriculum and program development. As professional educators, Mentor Teachers are culturally responsive and demonstrate qualities and personal characteristics that include caring, respect, high expectations, motivation, perseverance, enthusiasm and dedication. They exhibit expertise in the subjects they are teaching and spend time continuing to gain new knowledge in their field. They present material in an enthusiastic manner and instill a hunger in their students to learn more on their own. Assignments are temporary and are staffed based on program needs. If you are a leader who has excelled in planning, coordination and implementation of a subject area, special projects, coaching, mentoring, or a grade level instructional program please visit and select Job ID number: 21643 to review the minimum qualifications and apply.

SALARY: $42,118 - $85,646
FTE: 1.0 (Full Time)
POSTING TIMELINE: Open until Filled. PPS reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any point during the posting period.

1. Select the links below to access our careers site, or visit and search for Job ID: 21643
2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.