Social Studies & Intervention Teacher

Circle City Prep Middle School

Job Description

Our Middle School Educators must be content experts, fiercely committed to educational equity, relentless in their pursuit of outcomes for children and wildly optimistic, especially in the face of challenges. This team will be responsible for working alongside School Leadership, parents and guardians, and community stakeholders to achieve ambitious academic and personal goals with every one of our Scholars. This role, in addition to providing rigorous and meaningful Social Studies instruction, is the primary interventionist for our Middle School, providing targeted individualized and small group literacy and math instruction as determined by diagnostic and formative assessments.

Building a Middle School will be professionally exhausting. This work may push further than you’ve experienced as an educator. But by joining our team, you become part of something that is worthy, desperately needed, and surely possible for hundreds of students in Indianapolis.

Job Responsibilities:

As a Social Studies & Intervention Teacher, you will:

  • Execute lesson plans and differentiate daily in order for 100% of students to reach their end of year academic goals
  • Build strong relationships with parents, students and colleagues, driving investment in school culture and academics.
  • Analyze student achievement and behavioral data collaboratively with colleagues and School Leadership to critically and strategically respond to the needs of students.
  • Implement interventions for students in order to increase learning time and lead to mastery of grade-level content across content areas.
  • Lead daily advisory meetings that build Scholars as strong, well-rounded leaders. Additionally, as an advisor, you will closely track advisee academic progress and lead weekly conferences, setting and tracking goals.
  • Design, build and lead CCP’s student government (may require out of contract hours).
  • Build a sustained silent reading (SSR) program that invests scholars in the power of reading on their own, outside of class.
  • Participate in regular practice-based professional development and real-time coaching.
  • Participate in annual two-week Summer Experience (all staff) and two-days of New Hire Onboarding (new staff only).
  • Attend and participate in events outside of normal school hours (ex. family nights, student performances, field trips, family conferences, Back-to-School Nights, etc.).
  • Commit to teach an extended daily schedule: 7:10am – 4:15pm
  • Other duties as assigned.


To be considered as a Social Studies & Intervention Teacher, you must:

  • Have a track record of producing dramatic, demonstrable student achievement gains or comparable results in current field
  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree with an outstanding record of academic achievement and extracurricular leadership, Master’s degree preferred
  • Be a person who meets challenges with optimism and a solutions-oriented mindset.
  • Flexible and driven to build new systems, able to invest and motivate others, and fierce about excellence.
  • Valid Indiana State certification or proof of reciprocal licensure in a different state is required. Applicants in Indiana State-approved alternative certification programs must provide proof of enrollment.
  • Experience with Zearn (math), Wit & Wisdom (ELA) or Amplify (Science) Curriculum, preferred.
  • Pass a criminal background check, as required by law.


Provided Benefits:

  • Health Insurance (Include Vision & Dental)
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • Automatic Employer Retirement Contribution
  • Employee Assistance Program Benefits
  • Provided technology
Grade Level
Middle School (6-8)
Grade Categories
Classroom Teacher
Job Subjects
Social Studies
School Year