Now Hiring – Instructional Coach

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Great Expectations is looking for a new team member! If you are an experienced GE educator consider a career with GE as an Instructional Coach!

Great Expectations Instructional Coach Job Description


This is a high-level position responsible for providing professional development to educators at schools across the state of Oklahoma and beyond. This job is of great variety and complexity involving conferencing with administrators and teachers, conducting observations and providing feedback to educators, planning regional workshops and facilitating training at summer institutes.



The role of the GE Instructional Coach is to build teacher capacity and their understanding regarding implementation of the Great Expectations 17 Classroom Practices.  A GE Instructional Coach is a learner who models continuous improvement, lifelong learning, and goes above and beyond to ensure teacher success.  All GE Instructional Coaches work collaboratively as a team.  They are responsible for ensuring high-quality instruction in classrooms through modeling, planning, observing and providing feedback to teachers. 



Work is performed under general supervision of the President and CEO of the Great Expectations organization.


(NOTE: Examples are illustrations only. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.)

Understand Great Expectations methodology and can effectively share with peers Possess a background of demonstrated success in the classroom
Present with comfort to educators
Committed to individual coaching
Observe and provide feedback to teachers
Demonstrate good organizational skills
Train Great Expectations Instructors
Provide professional development to schools
Provide support, instruction and demonstration of Great Expectations methodology
Build strong relationships with teachers, administrators, and other coaches
Assist teachers in understanding the GE mission and core values
Assist teachers with supporting resources and materials
Collaborate with principals to implement program
Speak to support personnel when requested about basic tenets Serve as a resource person to help teachers develop curriculum
Create and nurture a professional community of adult learners
Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills
Provide documentation of monthly activities to CEO
Hold parent meetings when needed
Attend monthly meetings of all instructional coaches to plan, discuss and problem solve Develop curriculum/training materials
Teach and/or facilitate at the GE Institutes
Facilitate Retreat sessions and Regional meetings



Bachelors Degree, knowledge of Great Expectations methodology, experience teaching and leading GE, successful classroom teaching experience, successful teaching and presenting to adult learners, skill as a communicator and peer coach, organizational talent and demonstrated passion for quality classroom learning are required.


Application and resume packets received by March 22, 2021 will receive full consideration.

Email your application (Printable PDF) and resume to Dr. Linda Dzialo at