This subject-specific teacher is responsible for managing the synchronous learning environment for group and individual instruction. The Synchronous Instructor interacts in real-time with the student through a variety of methods, including online lectures, discussion groups, tutorials, and occasional field trips and face-to-face meetings or events. For full-time teachers this is an 11 month position, and some evening and weekend hours will be required in order to communicate with students and families. For part-time teachers this is an 11 month position, and some evening and weekend hours will be required in order to communicate with students and families. All part-time teachers are expected to work a minimum of 20 hours per week. The Synchronous Instructor works online from a home-based office.
The Executive Director will maintain oversight of the operations of the school and ensure that the school’s mission and vision are upheld. The Executive Director will oversee all school operations and be responsible for all state reports and school performance. The Executive Director will manage all board meetings and prepare content for board meetings, as well as be responsible for the budget and other district financial reports and accountability. They will be responsible for recommending salaries, raises, promotions and terminations to the Board and will make the final decision (after conferring with the Board) on personnel issues. The Executive Director will communicate all necessary information to the Board of Directors and the State Department of Education. The work hours for the Executive Director will be primarily from 8 a.m.to 4:30 p.m., and evening and weekend hours will also be required in order to communicate with families and staff members on an as-needed basis. This position is a 12 month position and is located at the school’s administrative office.