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Teacher in Resident

Job Details

Administration - Orlando, FL
$14.00 - $15.00 Hourly


Looking to make a difference in an innovative and dynamic non-profit agency? UCP of Central Florida unlocks the potential of thousands of children each year at our campuses, pediatric therapy clinics and parent support programs.

What UCP Offers

Our mission at UCP is to empower children with and without disabilities to achieve their potential by providing individualized support, education and therapy services in an inclusive environment. When you join UCP of Central Florida you partner with a team that is making a positive impact on the futures of our children. For over 60 years, we have been dedicated to enriching the lives of children of all abilities across Central Florida as 8 campuses: Downtown Orlando, East Orlando (near UCF), Kissimmee, Pine Hills, Lake Mary, and Winter Garden.

UCP of Central Florida offers a competitive benefit package available to all employees! Some perks to being a UCP Team Member may include: health insurance (free option after the first year), dental insurance options, free life insurance, paid time off, discounted on-site childcare, 403B/Retirement match, short & long term disability, and support in continuing your education.

Job Summary:

The Teacher in Resident is a combination of Level I and Level II internship program for a student in a university teacher preparation program.  Teacher in Residents (TIR) provide support to teachers in a classroom setting.  TIR will assist and lead with a variety of functions, including implementing instructional programs, assessing student performance and other tasks as needed by teacher while completing University degree requirements.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Implements lessons plan including instructional groups per teacher’s direction.
  • Leads small and whole group of instruction for students.
  • Assists teacher in writing lesson plans and Individual Education Plans.
  • Assists in planning and developing/setting up instructional materials for classroom.
  • Assist in administering assessments/progress monitoring.
  • Works with the teacher in documenting academic progress through authentic observations and data collection.
  • Utilize and ensure consistent implementation of behavior techniques and classroom management techniques and data collection.
  • Perform teacher duties in his/her absence.
  • Keep up on best and promising practices for education (i.e., attending professional development, participating in book studies, etc.)
  • Provide caretaking/housekeeping duties as needed (i.e., changing of students, keeping classroom clean)
  • Maintain positive staff and parent interactions and communication.
  • Attend required training, meetings, and events.
  • Ensure the administration is informed of all parent and individual student concerns and complaints.
  • Ensure compliance with procedures, requirements and guidelines set forth by UCP, HIPAA, NAEYC, Department of Education, 4C, Department of Children and Families, and other State and Federal agencies.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.



Education and Training:

  • 3 years of college related credit
  • Final year of college in an enrolled Education degree program.

Minimum Experience:

Prefer experience working with students with and without disabilities in a multi-disciplinary setting through employment or service learning.