Bilingual Teacher

Job Title:       Bilingual Teacher

Program:       Education

Schedule:      Mon – Fri 8am to 4pm

Supervisor:   Director of Education


Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support is a non-profit agency providing a continuum of care for women and children who are victims of family violence. For thirty years Genesis has been providing safety, shelter, crisis intervention, on-going counseling and advocacy for women and children at both residential and non-residential locations.  Genesis continues to be a community leader in providing training and education on issues surrounding intimate partner and gender-based violence.

The Bilingual Teacher at Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support works with the director and lead teacher to implement a trauma-informed school program for elementary and secondary students who come from homes affected by domestic violence.  The bilingual teacher develops courses of study, implements curriculum, manages student behavior, maintains student and school records, communicates with parents and staff, adheres to high professional and ethical standards, and supports the daily operation of the school and Genesis as one.



  • Develop lessons with the director and other education team ensuring that curriculum guides are meet.
  • Acquire and prepare materials needed to implement lessons
  • Schedule appropriate hand-on activities and field experiences related to course work
  • Plan and deliver classroom instruction that is academically appropriate
  • Incorporate activities that promote the social, emotional, physical, and academic growth of students
  • Integrate music and movement into student activities
  • Assess student performance to guide future instruction
  • Transport students to and from field trip locations
  • Implement the school’s behavior management plan
  • Explicitly instruct students on classroom rules and procedures
  • Communicate regularly with students, parents, and staff regarding student behavior
  • Conduct parent conferences
  • Provide mothers with education and training that supports their child’s learning and development
  • Maintain communication with mothers and agency staff regarding students’ performance and behavior
  • Provide translation services as needed for school and agency staff
  • Create the quarterly CRF for the MAP assessment and input new students
  • Prepare exit paperwork including withdrawal letters and coursework outlines for students
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation of client services in compliance with agency guidelines
  • Reports instances of abuse or neglect to the proper authorities AND Abide by the Texas Educators’ Code of Ethics
  • Assists with any other projects/task as assigned


Skills / Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree with preference given to those with majors in child development or education, active teacher certifications, and experience working with children in a school setting
  • Texas driver’s license and a driving record without major infractions
  • Ability to read, write, and speak fluently in Spanish
  • Ability to bend, stoop, crouch, and sit on the floor to engage with students
  • Current CPR/First Aid certification (may be gained after employment)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Outlook
  • Ability to work independently and be a self-starter
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and written
  • Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a highly fast-paced environment


Qualified candidates can apply online by clicking here or submit cover letter and resume to