Educator / Teacher / Trainer to present K-12 Staff Development #70

We are the Center for Teacher Effectiveness and we are searching for educators/trainers/presenters/consultants to train using our materials for professional staff development. The two areas we address are Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction.
We train in PK - 12 grade schools nationwide (public/private and charter schools). A small number of our trainers also train at colleges and churches (as well as organizations like the Boys and Girls Club, etc.).
As a consultant you can work in your regional area or travel to work in another state (you will determine what is best for you).
This is a contract assignment (part-time/ or very part-time - we know the majority of our trainers are usually still working in schools and have a limited amount of time to be a consultant). HOWEVER we do have a few trainers who decide to work full-time.
Please note: we do NOT pay hourly. Our trainers are compensated based on the materials the school purchases (usually $1000 - $3500 is paid to a consultant per training day). The more participants attending the training and/or materials the school purchases the more you earn each training day (none of our trainers earn less than $1000 per training day often it is much more).
We seek certified educators - but have a small number of trainers who are not certified. It is beneficial to have a background in the education field or close ties/ a connection with PK - 12 grade education. If you are not certified - but have a close connection with working with children and enjoy training adults - then you will be considered.
Successful consultants who work with us have the following backgrounds (teachers, principals, counselors, professors, assistant principals, superintendents, retired educators, social workers, behavior specialist, staff development coordinators, professional speakers and consultants, authors, plus other backgrounds dealing with students). We also have a few that have worked training adults in other areas - and those who are speakers for other companies.
If you are a retired educator (or retired trainer) we are interested and hope you will review our information (your experience is wonderful!).
Our trainers are highly qualified and can hold the attention and deliver a message to an audience. You MUST enjoy training/staff development.
If you are interested in learning more about our company, beliefs, financials, etc. we request that you reply to this posting with a resume or brief describing your background and connection with students/schools.
EVERY inquiry will have an email response providing complete details. You do not need to provide references in your resume or brief.
Jim Bob Solsbery will be working with you directly and conduct your phone chat interview. PLEASE be sure to state this in any email or phone call - your specific information will be in Jim Bob's office.
Our train the trainer sessions are held quarterly. Our next session will be in Orlando, FL July 20 - 23, 2015. Other training dates are held in October/November - Las Vegas/Atlanta and January - San Antonio.
For immediate consideration you must reply with the requested information (simple one page resume or brief sharing your background/qualifications). Expect a response soon. Jim Bob's office will email complete details regarding this posting as well as information on how to schedule your phone chat interview quickly.
Our best presenters have a business mindset!
Thank you for reviewing our information - we wish you the best in your search.
About Center for Teacher Effectiveness:
Center for Teacher Effectiveness is a staff development company in the education arena. Our trainers are ALL contract. Jim Bob Solsbery will be your point of contact.

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