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Project-based Math Interventionist

ACE Leadership High School is currently seeking to fill their open Project-based Math Interventionist position.

Job Overview

Posting Date: 6/9/2021 - Closing Date: Open until filled

ACE Leadership High School

The mission of ACE Leadership High School is to prepare young people to have successful careers in the construction professions (Architecture, Construction & Engineering). Our goal is to be the best school in the United States at transitioning its graduates to postsecondary education, apprenticeship, and/or meaningful careers. We believe that relevant, project-based instruction, focused on students “learning by doing every day in every class,” teamed with high levels of care and concern and reciprocal industry/community relationships, will produce exemplary graduates ready to successfully transition to a healthy and successful life.

Position Description:

At ACE, all staff are trusted professionals who are committed to their own growth and development and we invest in their learning through systematic and ongoing professional development. The Project-based Math Interventionist is a new position that will provide school-wide leadership in the development and implementation of a systematic multi-leveled program aligned to ACE Vision, Mission, and Distinguishers to ensure students have the numeracy skills for successful transition.

The Project-based Math Interventionist is primarily responsible for carrying out the mission of the school based on the following duties:

  • Lead, in collaboration with the Executive Director, the development of a comprehensive and holistic math intervention and support program that aligns with ACE’s vision, program, and culture.
  • Commitment to a “mastery-based” instructional method and assessment process that engages young people in skill development and content knowledge that is not based on traditional measures of seat time and letter grades.
  • Collaborate with Project Teachers in the design of authentic and engaging ACE Industry focused projects through “project based learning” aligned to learning objectives/standards with a focus on math skills acquisition.
  • Support Project Teachers in whole-group learning by assisting and co-facilitating instruction in math instruction and academic discussion with the entire class.
  • Provide small group and individual student math instruction embedded in projects during project time.
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director, Instructional Coach and science teachers to develop and pilot a STEM based project and performance assessment that will serve as ACE’s state approved Demonstration of Competency.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Student Support, Executive Director and Advisors to develop and implement a new Advisory model that includes academic interventions.
  • In a small-group setting, provide students with targeted, data-driven instruction unique to their individual learning needs in multiple settings including Project and Advisory time while building meaningful relationships with their teachers.
  • Ensure that each student’s individual math needs will be assessed and addressed in a timely manner.
  • Provide ongoing professional development and coaching to project teachers in the implementation of math instruction and strategies embedded in their projects and Advisory program.
  • Facilitate the growth of a physically and emotionally safe school culture through daily activities during both project and advisory work.
  • Collaborate with Special Ed Coordinator to work with all staff to ensure services, accommodations, modifications are provided to students with learning disabilities and language acquisition needs with an emphasis on “inclusive” instruction.
  • Facilitate the growth of a physically and emotionally safe school culture through daily activities in projects and Advisory.
  • Communicate regularly with families, or surrogates, about students to ensure the highest level of support for students in and out of school including attending family meetings and iep’s.
  • Actively participate in ongoing professional development.
  • Participate in the management of students during the time that they are out of class and on campus and complete other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

Required Qualifications

  • Valid New Mexico teaching license level 2 with mathematics endorsement
  • Experience and ability to work with and understand the developmental nature of our young people with a focus on developing their assets
  • High professional skills (organization, accountability, etc)
  • Strong communication and collaborative skills
  • Strong relationship building with students and families
  • Ability to pass a background check

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Project Based Learning, Performance Assessment and/or Mastery-based Assessment
  • Experience in program development and implementation
  • Experience facilitating instruction with special education students an inclusive setting
  • Experience in facilitating professional development
  • Bilingual Spanish and/or ASL
  • Knowledge and experience with Positive Youth Development and Positive Behavior Supports
  • Knowledge and understanding of construction trades, project management, principles of architecture and/or engineering 

Application Process

How to Apply:
For consideration, applicant must submit the following materials directly to Justin Trager, Executive Director, at

  • Letter of interest demonstrating qualifications and experience
  • Personal statement of educational philosophy
  • Current resume
  • List of three professional references

Contact Information

Justin Trager, Executive Director, Email: