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Position: High School Highly Qualified Coordinator (English, Math, Social Studies and Science) *Pool position

Location: Delta, CO
Purpose: To provide oversight, instruction, and support of VCA learners in specific High School in field content area for learners in high school.
Pay scale: $37,824.00- $63,331.86
Hours/Week: 40 (Exempt, Full- Time)
Working Days/ Year: 197 (10 days paid not working)
Benefits: Position qualifies for Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) benefits and qualifies for health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance benefits. This position also qualifies for a leave package.



  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and demonstrated subject matter competency required. Subject matter competency
  • includes 24 college credits in content area or successful completion of Praxis in the content area.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a background check to work in a school.

Special Knowledge: The right candidate will have experience in homeschool models and programs, as well as, expertise in interactive learning techniques for high school courses.
Experience: A minimum of one year experience with learner and parent instruction and coaching with preference given to candidates who have experience in the homeschool model.
Description of duties: Provide instruction in ELA utilizing specialized knowledge and expertise in ELA curriculums and interventions to facilitate learning through excellent classroom management, as well as, meet federal, state, and organizational requirements and standards.
Skills and abilities: 


  • Interactive, 21st Century thinking for homeschool designed courses including project based learning, experiences, and student-led design
  • Knowledgeable about state approved and homeschool friendly content area curricula
  • Instructional skills incorporating experiences, projects, technology, and student-designed works with evidence of mastery
  • Experience and expertise in data driven curriculum and planning specific to developing Individual Learning Plans
  • Coaching skills for guiding, training and empowering parents and learners
  • Knowledge of path to High School to graduation, ICAP, dropout prevention and high school credit
  • Knowledge of MTSS, special education, gifted, and 504 planning and implementation
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to balance a collaborative relationship with the accountability required


  • Experience or expertise in the homeschool experience (individualized learning)
  • Data analysis and application for assessment, progress monitoring, and decision making
  • Experience applying Colorado Academic Standards within Individual Learning Plans using a variety of curricula

Major responsibilities and duties:

  1. Create and support implementation of your content area course in the Individual Learning Plan in collaboration with the parent and learner.
  2. Build relationships with learners and families as collaborative partners in education.
  3. Ensure parent engagement through active mentoring and training for use of curriculum and first instruction.
  4. Design and build engaging high school level content courses that can be customized per learner interest and learning styles while meeting Academic Standards.
  5. Promote the fidelity of the administration of the assessments through completing a proctor agreement with parents to ensure accurate mastery data.
  6. Interact with learner and parent at regular meetings including:
  7. Beginning of semester planning (both 1st and 2nd)
  8. Quarterly check ins – during each quarter attend a regularly scheduled Point of Contact Meetings
  9. Content support meetings – occur based on learner and parent need per first instruction challenges
  10. Weekly – learner is behind on targets due to content or curriculum issues or parent unsure of grading or how to teach content using the curriculum
  11. Bi-weekly – follow up to weekly based on learner is behind on targets due to content or curriculum issue or parent unsure of grading or how to teach content
  12. Monthly – final release from bi-weekly meetings
  13. Utilize experiences, projects, student designed and led work, and collaboration based learning in the instruction of content area for high school learners.
  14. Maintain regular office hours (20 hours – 8 must be with the full team):
    1. Tutoring – help for concepts that are not mastered after first instruction
    2. Collaborate with other members of the high school team regarding learners
    3. Collaborate with all team members for high school events
  15. Facilitate and promote at least four content specific opportunities:

    1. Other organization’s competitions
    2. Other organization’s events
    3. Clubs
    4. Contests
  16. Design dynamic monthly high school content events in order to ignite interest in your content area.
  17. Utilize data in assessment and decision making for learners and their families, effectively communicate assessment results to learners and families, and prepare learners for all assessments.
  18. Facilitate the MTSS process for all learners and IEP and 504 plan accommodations.
  19. Document regularly for student learning, attendance, all pertinent information to ensure learner success and compliance with federal, state, and organizational standards.
  20. Participate in success coaching with a coach utilizing weekly trainings, observations, artifacts and debriefs.

Carry out other organizational requirements as necessary including, but not limited to:

  • Assist with proctoring Learner assessments as assigned.
  • Communicate effectively with the staff members, learners, parents, administrators, and other contact persons.
  • Participate in employee evaluation and professional development opportunities.
  • Attend meetings, trainings, committees as required.
  • Meet organizational deadlines and communication protocols.
  • Accomplish organizational goals by carrying out other duties relevant to position as assigned by the supervisor.

Working Conditions:

  • This position works in a normal office environment with a portion performed on site and the other portion has optional remote work ability.
  • Long periods of sitting, standing, talking on the telephone, and typing may be required.
  • It is common for this position to have a fluctuating schedule with increased periods of stress.

The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.

*Vision Charter Academy is a drug-free workplace. All employees must agree to abide by our drug free policy as a condition of employment. We are an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

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