Music Teacher Jobs in Florissant, Missouri

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JTC ACADEMY AND TRANSITION CENTER “High Expectations for all Students” CERTIFIED TEACHER JOB DESCRIPTION SCHOOL YEAR: 2013-2014 MUST INCLUDE DATE OF BIRTH, FULL NAME (including middle name), ANY ALIASES, ADDRESSES YOU HAVE HAD IN THE LAST 5 YEARS, AND NAMES OF YOUR LAST 3 SUPERVISORS WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION. (MUST HAVE THIS INFORMATION TO COMPLETE INTERVIEWING PROCESS) Performance Area I:...
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$16,640.00 - $545,400.00
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Professional
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High School
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Bachelor's
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