Current Available Positions

School Counselor – PT 2018-19

School:
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Swift School is an independent school serving grades 1-8 located in Roswell, GA 20 minutes north of Atlanta. Serving a population of approximately 240 students, Swift’s mission is to prepare students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences to be successful in life. Our core values include community, excellence, individuality, nurture, and potential. Our teachers are passionate about teaching children with learning differences. We recognize that each child is unique, and our teaching approach, time frame,and expected outcomes reflect the student’s individuality. Given that students have a variety of needs, our teachers and administrators often interact with external support professionals to ensure the best overall academic plan for each student. A School Counselor supports the social, emotional, and academic success of all students through the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program.

Qualifications:
A master’s degree or higher in school counseling or a related field
A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a related position
Employing organization skills, computer literacy, and knowledge of developmental guidance philosophy and leadership skills to serve a learning support team.

Responsibilities Include:
Serve as member of the Learning Support Team
Provide individual and small group counseling to students as necessary and work collaboratively with the teachers and administration to expedite services to students
Plan and routinely deliver SEL lessons in classrooms to all students in grades 1-8 where content includes conflict resolution skills, consequences for actions, social development skills, human interaction skills, and other necessary content
Develop and administer programming that meets the needs of students dynamically
Assist the faculty and administration in the delivery of accurate, comprehensive, and timely information relevant to student learning and educational outcomes
Build relationships with referring psychologists and make appropriate referrals to outside specialists as necessary
Participate in conferences with parents and faculty members as necessary
Protect the confidentiality of students and student records according to school policies
Participate in professional development offered by professional associations
Provide the faculty with professional development workshops
Communicate effectively with all constituents including the dissemination of information relating to the school counseling program
Perform other duties as assigned by division directors and the associate head of school for student affairs
Support the school and its leadership


Contact name: Eric Osorio
Contact email address: eosorio@theswiftschool.org


High School Science ~ AP Biology Teacher

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Wesleyan School is a K - 12 Christian school of academic excellence located in Peachtree Corners, GA, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta. Wesleyan is a full activity school with opportunities for students to participate in athletics and the arts. This open position is for a High School Science Teacher experienced in AP Biology. Interested candidates should visit the website at www.wesleyanschool.org to learn more about the school and to complete an online application.


Contact name: Anna Myrick, Science Department Chair
Contact email address: amyrick@wesleyanschool.org


Lower School Teacher ~ 4th Grade Experience

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Wesleyan School is a K - 12 Christian school of academic excellence located in Peachtree Corners, GA, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta. Wesleyan is a full activity school with opportunities for students to participate in athletics and the arts. This open position is for a Lower School Teacher with 4th Grade Experience. Interested candidates should visit the website at www.wesleyanschool.org to learn more about the school and to complete an online application.


Contact name: Jason Erb, Lower School Principal
Contact email address: jerb@wesleyanschool.org


Middle Division Math Teacher

School: Swift School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree or higher required with preference given to degrees in education-related fields
A minimum of 2 years teaching experience
Teacher certification preferred but not required
Experience with learning differences preferred but not required

Responsibilities Include:
Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaning and appropriate learning experiences
Identifies and adapts curriculum to meet the needs of students
Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate
Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures according to school policy
Creates and fosters relationships, both orally and in writing, with all constituents of the school on a regular basis and as required by school policy
Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment and seeks the support of the human resources available within the school
Models professional and ethical standards when dealing with all constituents of the school
Prepares and delivers student assessment data effectively according to school policies
Participates in professional development opportunities offered by the school
Sets goals that are aligned with Swift’s mission and values
Consistently meets professional obligations such as: meeting various deadlines, honoring schedules, coordinating efforts and timely attending required meeting
Serves the mission of the Swift School as an ambassador and participates in community-building
Perform other duties as assigned by division director and the associate head of school for student affairs


Contact name: Eric Osorio
Contact email address: eosorio@theswiftschool.org


Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communications

School: Landmark Christian School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Job Description:
Landmark Christian School is seeking a dynamic marketer with digital marketing finesse and excellent verbal and written communications skills, a designer’s eye and skill, an understanding of online user behavior and analytics, search engine optimization (SEO) experience, search engine marketing (SEM) expertise, and lead nurturing to direct strategic digital marketing campaigns from concept to execution. The Associate Director reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications.

Presentation of Responsibilities
Strategic Marketer
The Associate Director bridges the technical components of website management of the onsite webmaster with creative marketing aspects, generating the most effective Admission and Advancement campaigns and assures a highly visible and effective online presence for the school. The Associate Director has a thorough understanding of inbound marketing techniques and recognizes the website as a crucial marketing tool. The Associate Director will assist in planning and executing all digital marketing campaigns including branding, SEO/SEM, Advancement and Admission campaigns, lead nurturing, email communications, and take the lead in social media. The ability to understand and respond to target audiences and how to generate quality traffic that leads to conversions (inquiries, applications, donors) will be part of our successful marketing efforts.

Content Writer and Editor · Communications Expert
Written, verbal, and editing skills are a must. The Associate Director will recognize that content that is effective and optimized is an art. As a communications expert this person will routinely generate strong content for publication and manage communications across departments. They will develop and educate other content writers on keywords to utilize in blogging, online and print magazines, pages, social media outlets, and other relevant platforms to greatly enhance the overall quality of the website, improve campaign results, and drive successful SEO efforts. The Associate Director will write and manage weekly communications, and coordinate with media to supply content that clearly articulates the mission, vision, and core values of Landmark. The role includes collaborations with the Director of MARCOM, the MARCOM Specialist, Director of Advancement, Director of Admission, Head of School, Director of IT, Principals, Fine Arts, Champions Club, Athletics, Landmark Parent Association, and others as needed.

Analyst and Strategist
The Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communications is a strategic thinker and understands user behavior, information architecture, and analytics. This scholar revels in the data generated by analytics tools, determines ROI and can explain how to improve marketing performance and enhance digital marketing efforts.

Designer
Design sense is a must skill for the Associate Director. The Associate will work with the onsite webmaster and must have the ability to direct the creation of web pages that coordinate text and graphics to capture users’ attention, continue engagement, and drive eyes across the page. Design sense also means having the ability to generate engaging graphics and consistent messaging across all media in accordance with branding guidelines. Proficient knowledge of design programs is necessary.

SEO Knowledge
SEO skills include creating keyword lists through Google Keyword Planner and collaborating with the onsite webmaster to generate a plan for ongoing optimization of the website back-end metadata and public content. The Associate Director will manage contracted SEO work.

Coach and Team Player
The Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communication will share web marketing expertise with others, including how to incorporate SEO efforts into content, how user behavior dictates layouts and navigation choices, and how Landmark can use web tools to effectively promote our message. The Associate Director drives the team to be more effective online.
The Associate Director is a team player who cross pollinates ideas and is eagerly willing to serve others.
The Associate Director collaborates with the Director of Marketing and Communications to develop and implement the MARCOM Strategic Plan.

Experience
Four-year degree in marketing, communications, digital media, or related field
Two years minimum experience in a related professional digital marketing role
Demonstrated verbal and written communications including writing business and online communications that build and expand an organizations presence in a variety of digital platforms including blogging, digital magazines, advertisements, and social media, and measuring the results of that effort
Demonstrated experience leading and managing SEO/SEM, lead nurturing, email communications, and social media
Hands on experience in creatives using graphic design programs

Knowledge, Skills, Character
Comprehensive knowledge of developing and executing digital marketing programs including web-based initiatives and social media · Monitors emerging technologies and provides thought leadership and perspective.
Knowledge of digital design and production, expert in writing and editing, including utilizing AP style
Ability to clearly articulate brand features and benefits through excellent written and graphic communication, presenting the uniqueness of Landmark in a positive manner to differentiate School programs in our industry and community.
Highly creative with a designer’s eye
Excellent interpersonal, collaboration, and relationship building skills to interact effectively with a diverse group of people and personalities, within and beyond Landmark Christian School
Ability to plan, prioritize, coordinate, and manage own work in a fast-paced, highly productive environment. Ability to work productively without supervision, make high level decisions independently, and solve problems effectively and creatively
Strategic thinker
Excellent organizational skills with attention to the details
Enthusiastic and supportive of God’s work and the MARCOM role at Landmark Christian School
Christ follower
The Associate Director of Digital Media is a full-time, twelve-month position with abbreviated summer hours. Landmark offers a complete benefits package that includes health, vision and dental care, short and long-term disability insurance, 125 cafeteria plan, and a retirement 403(b) plan.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume, Landmark application, and a writing sample to Paula W. Dobbs, Director of Marketing and Communications, Landmark Christian School.


Contact name: Paula Dobbs
Contact email address: pdobbs@landmark-cs.org


Upper School French Teacher

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The role of the Upper School French Teacher is to teach courses across multiple levels. Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons. Reports to the Upper School Principal. This is a full-time 10 month position.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Planning- Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons, including measurable outcomes, a variety of instructional materials, planned activities and authentic assessments
• Student Evaluation- Provides fair, reliable and understandable grade structure, utilizes a variety of assessment techniques
• Records- Maintains accurate records of student achievement
• Referral- Refers students who are low/high achieving to Learning Specialist
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Bachelor’s Degree, preference given to Master’s Degree
• Previous teaching experience in secondary setting
• Experience in teaching IB
• A respect for the teachings of the Catholic Church
• Experience using instructional technology

To Apply: Submit cover letter, resume and references to: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager at employment@ndacademy.org. For additional information go to: www.ndacademy.org/our-story/employment.

Job Posting date: 02/14/2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


Physical Plant Manager

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Direct, coordinate and evaluate the program for facilities, including building, equipment and vehicle maintenance, grounds operations, custodial services, security services and construction project management
• Performs maintenance and repair duties as needed
• Supervise day-to-day departmental work activities by delegating, assigning and prioritizing workflow; monitor operating standards and quality control
• Maintain control of and schedules for preventive maintenance for all facilities and related services
• Establish and promote a safe environment by performing safety audits, employee training and inspections, and by maintaining open- channels of communication
• Work closely with the Operations Team relating to event planning, campus safety and security
• Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable law
• In consultation with the Director of Operations, recruit, hire, and evaluate personnel
• Assist Director of Operations to plan, budget, schedule, and oversee, facility modifications including cost estimates, bid sheets, layouts, and contracts for construction and acquisition
• Plan, budget and oversee campus- wide sustainability programs
• Inspect construction and installation progress to ensure conformance with established specifications, code and applicable governmental regulations
• Create and administer portions of the operating budget directly assigned to facilities
• Work closely with the Director of Operations in the planning and implementation of capital projects
• Address concerns and resolve problems
• Remain current with industry standards relating to facilities management
• Represent Notre Dame Academy in the external community through participation in conferences and professional organizations
• Perform special duties as assigned by the Director of Operations
• Maintain communication with County and City agencies as necessary to obtain jurisdictional approvals, permits and inspections necessary for the implementation of capital projects and facilities maintenance
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
• A bachelor’s degree in facilities management or related field, or a certificate in construction or facilities management from an accredited college or university
• Preference will be given for experience working in educational environment
• Experience working with fire and safety codes
• HVAC, plumbing and/or electrical experience required
• Experience driving small, on-CDL busses preferred
To Apply: Submit cover letter, resume and references to: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager at employment@ndacademy.org.
Job Posting date: 02/09/2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


Middle School English and Bible

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Wesleyan School is a K - 12 Christian school of academic excellence located in Peachtree Corners, GA, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta. Wesleyan is a full activity school with opportunities for students to participate in athletics and the arts. This open position is for a Middle School English and Bible teacher. Interested candidates should visit the website at www.wesleyanschool.org to learn more about the school and to complete an online application.


Contact name: Donna Dixon
Contact email address: ddixon@wesleyanschool.org


Substitute Teacher

School: Brandon Hall School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Brandon Hall School
Job Description

Substitute Teacher

Job Description:

In the absence of the regular classroom teacher provides meaningful instruction and helps students to learn subject matter and/or skills that are required for scheduled lessons.

General Duties:

Provides instruction, supervision, classroom management, and discipline; accurate record keeping and timely communication with the Academic Office; performance of related duties as required.

Substitute Teaching Requirements:

Report to Student Services at beginning of school day to receive schedule of classes and materials and at the end of the school day to return materials as necessary.
Carry out a program of study prescribed in the lesson plans left by the classroom teacher.
Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and objectives as indicated in the lesson plans for the lessons, units, or projects assigned.
Employ instructional methods, strategies, and materials that are most appropriate for meeting lesson objectives.
Maintain a neat and orderly classroom and/or learning space.
Take and report attendance in accordance with school procedures.
Ensure that students are never left unsupervised in the classroom.
Interact with students and staff in a professional and appropriate manner and provide general supervision while on campus.
Know and adhere to emergency evacuation routes for the classrooms assigned.
Know and adhere to procedures for referring students who are disciplinary problems.
Know and adhere to Technology Office guidelines and digital proficiency standards.
Facilitate and inspire highly effective 21st Century Skills in each student, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.
Spend the entire class period working with and for the students. No personal or other work of any kind should be done.
Leave the regular classroom teacher a summary report about how the day went; student and class progress regarding lesson objectives.
Dress professionally, work collaboratively with other members of the school staff and parents, and uphold all school policies and embrace the values of Brandon Hall School.
Know and adhere to school procedures and regulations.
Perform other related duties as directed by the Dean of Faculty, Dean of Academics or Substitute Coordinator.

Application Process:

Interested applicants must submit an online application which includes a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

Brandon Hall School is an equal opportunity employer.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


Contact name: Please copy and paste job link below in your URL:
Contact email address: https://brandonhall.applicantpro.com/jobs/727409.html


Middle School Science Teacher

School: The Walker School, Inc.
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Position Title: Middle School Science Teacher
Reports to: Middle School Head
Employment Status: Full time, 10 month employee, benefit eligible
FLSA Status: Exempt

The Walker School is a nonsectarian, co-educational independent day school serving three year olds through twelfth grade in Marietta, Georgia. The school was founded in 1957 and currently enrolls approximately 900 students. The Walker School is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive school community and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy and childbirth or related medical conditions, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. Diverse candidates committed to working in a multicultural environment are encouraged to apply.

The Walker Middle School is seeking a highly skilled, dedicated, and experienced Life Science teacher to join a dynamic Science Department for the 2018-2019 academic year. The ideal candidate is one who uses developmentally appropriate pedagogy to fully engage students at all levels in the excitement of hands-on science and encourages problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration. Preference will be given to candidates interested in contributing to the full life of the school through leading an extracurricular Middle School STEM club.

Essential functions:
● Teach 5 sections of Middle School science with a focus on Life Science and Physical Science
● Develop, implement, evaluate, and revise curriculum for said courses
● Conduct administrative tasks relevant to these classes – including but not limited to working with students during tutorial, maintaining student grades, working with the Department Chair and Grade Level Dean, and communicating with students and parents in a timely, constructive manner
● Serve as a student advisor
● Participate in the professional life of the school by attending meetings and carrying out other duties as directed
● Engage in the life of the school community outside of the classroom
● Actively participate in the school’s mission to create and maintain a caring and diverse community where meaningful relationships inspire transformative learning

Required knowledge and abilities:
● Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
● Previous Middle School Science teaching experience preferred
● Mastery of a wide range of developmentally appropriate teaching strategies to engage and challenge all learners
● Exceptional collaborative skills to maximize vertical science curriculum alignment and interdepartmental connections to involve Middle School students in authentic inquiry learning
● Clear communication skills to build and maintain positive, professional relationships with students, parents, colleagues, and administrators
● Demonstrate a growth mindset by seeking out opportunities for professional growth to remain current in curricular, technological, and pedagogical technique
● Use technology in meaningful and appropriate ways in and out of the classroom
● Utilize feedback regarding teaching and learning from Department Chair and colleagues

Salary is dependent upon experience and commensurate with other independent schools in the area.

Candidates must complete the online application for this position at https://www.thewalkerschool.org/page/about/careers and be prepared to provide a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy, and list of three professional references during the application process. Applications for this position will be accepted until March 5, 2018.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@thewalkerschool.org


Upper School Band Director

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Notre Dame Academy
Upper School Band Director
Notre Dame Academy is a Marist Catholic and International Baccalaureate World School serving students in grade pre-k through high school and located in Duluth, Georgia.
The role of the Upper School Band Director is to direct and manage the overall program of instrumental music for the school as well as provide students with an opportunity to participate in extracurricular band activities for students grade 6-12. Reports to the Upper School Principal. This is a full-time 10-month position.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Planning- Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons, including measurable outcomes, a variety of instructional materials, planned activities and authentic assessments
• Student Evaluation- Provides fair, reliable and understandable grade structure, utilizes a variety of assessment techniques
• Records- Maintains accurate records of student achievement
• Methods of Instruction- Plans and uses appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials and equipment that reflects understanding of the learning styles and needs of students
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Bachelor’s Degree in related field required.
• Master’s Degree preferred
• Previous teaching experience in a secondary setting
• Experience in directing bands
• A respect for the teachings of the Catholic Church
• Experience using instructional technology
• Some evening presentations and concerts required
Job Posting Contact Name and Title: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager
Contact Email: Submit cover letter, resume and references to employment@ndacademy.org. Go to www.ndacademy.org/our-story/employment for more information.
Job Posting date: 02/8/2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


School Counselor

School: Trinity School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

School Counselor

Position Overview:
The School Counselor is responsible for supporting the educational and social-emotional development of Trinity students, ages three years through Sixth Grade by providing guidance, support, and training to students, parents, and faculty/staff and remaining current with emerging research and best practices.

Qualification and Educational Requirements:
• Masters’ Degree in School Counseling
• Experience working with elementary-age children and families (independent school preferred)
• Experience with the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation model and Positive Discipline (preferred)

Essential Requirements, Duties, and Responsibilities:
• Work and collaborate with school consulting psychologist
• Collaborate with Division Heads and Learning Team on outside student testing
• Collaborate with Division Heads and appropriate staff to support students and create action plans as needed
• Implement action plans and assist with communication protocols (in conjunction with the Director of Communications) in times of crisis or emergencies
• Adhere to laws, policies, procedures, and ethical standards of the school counseling profession, including formal reporting to outside agencies
• Assist students, individually or in groups, with developing social-emotional skills and habits
• Observe and support students as needed
• Form and conduct friendship and social skills groups on a regular basis
• Observe and participate in morning meetings
• Collaborate with faculty and administration on behavior-related issues and strategies (though not involved in formal student discipline)
• Consult with teachers and/or parents about student issues. In collaboration with consulting psychologist, provide resources for outside support when needed and implement an effective referral and follow-up process
• Facilitate and provide professional development and instructional coaching to faculty
• Provide parent education presentations on pertinent child development topics

Physical Demands and Work Environment
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to see, talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee may be exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Relationships
The following represent groups of people the employee will interact with on a regular basis through daily work and serving on committees.
• All Faculty/Staff
• Children
• Families of the children
• Board of Trustees
• Professional staff from other related agencies
• The Greater Community

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of personnel so classified.


Contact name: carole gaillard
Contact email address: hr@trinityatl.org


STEAM Integration Specialist

School: Trinity School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

STEAM Integration Specialist
Early Elementary Division and Upper Elementary Division
Kindergarten–Fourth Grade

Overview
Trinity School Faculty are inquisitive, nurturing, fun loving, flexible, and creative. They model lifelong learning for their colleagues and students. They involve themselves in areas of the School beyond their classroom walls. Faculty are responsible for fulfilling all of his/her responsibilities in accordance with the mission and philosophy of the School.

Description
Funded through a three-year grant from the Goizueta Foundation, the Trinity School STEAM Integration Specialist is responsible for supporting effective integrated learning experiences for both elementary students and teachers. The STEAM specialist will work directly with students and their teachers to deepen understanding and implementation of STEAM while coaching teachers to develop more effective integrated instruction and assessment practices.

Educational Requirements
● Certification or equivalent experience in one or more STEAM content areas.
● Solid knowledge of young children’s learning and development as well as experience teaching young children.
● Expertise in facilitating professional learning experiences for adult learners.
● Knowledge and experience with technology to support active, connected learning experiences and reflection.

Essential Requirements, Duties, and Responsibilities
● Plan, model, co-teach with, and coach classroom teachers, using research-based and differentiated instructional strategies.
● Deepen understanding and application of integrated STEAM concepts through the facilitation of experiential learning.
● Serve as a resource for professional materials, instructional strategies, and assessment practices.
● Work with the Academic Leadership Team, specifically the Director of Curriculum, for short-range and long-range planning including documenting and archiving successful learning experiences.
● Collaborate with faculty to provide school-wide professional development and parent education.

Physical Demands and Work Environment
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. The employee may be exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Relationships
The following represent groups of people the employee will interact with on a regular basis through daily work and serving on committees.
● All Faculty/Staff
● Children
● Families of the children
● Board of Trustees
● Professional Staff from other related agencies
● The Greater Community

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of personnel so classified.


Contact name: carole gaillard
Contact email address: hr@trinityatl.org


Elementary School Teacher(s)

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Notre Dame Academy
Elementary School Teacher(s)
Notre Dame Academy is a Marist Catholic and International Baccalaureate World School serving students in grade pre-k through high school and located in Duluth, Georgia.
The role of the Elementary School Teacher, grade K-5, is to teach, design and implement a program for instruction, and assess achievement. Reports to the Principal. This is a full-time 10 month position, beginning August, 2018.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Instruction-Establish methods of instruction, develop and execute unit lessons, create interdisciplinary lessons, meet needs of individual learners
• Planning-Incorporate curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons
• Assess Achievement- Communicate expectations, utilize various assessment techniques, monitor progress, refer students to learning specialist as needed
• Maintain Communication with parents and instructional team members
• Professional Development- Participate in professional development, in-service meetings and professional growth opportunities
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Experienced Teacher
• IB training preferred
• Bachelor’s degree
• Elementary teaching experience
Job Posting Contact Name and Title: Submit cover letter, resume and references to Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager to employment@ndacademy.org.
Job Posting date: 02/07/2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


Advancement Associate

School: The Westminster Schools
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Job Title: Advancement Associate

Westminster is a Christian, independent day school for boys and girls, which seeks to serve students who are bright, motivated, curious, and nurtured by challenge in an environment that develops leaders of conscience who will be a positive force in the world. The School was founded in 1951 guided by a mission to prepare students for college and for life. With a current enrollment of approximately 1,860 students in grades Pre-First through Twelfth, Westminster fulfills its mission through a dynamic curriculum that engages children across the key dimensions of their growth – academic, physical, and spiritual.

Westminster is a growth-oriented, collaborative learning community committed to the School’s mission and vision, including core values of inclusivity and service. Westminster excels regionally and nationally in every area of school life, achieving excellence through a wide range of programming supported by a wealth of resources.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Advancement Associate will join a highly collaborative team to provide comprehensive administrative support for our Advancement operations with a focus on Advancement Services. The successful candidate is eager to learn about all aspects of a development operation and is detail-oriented, collaborative, and can comfortably and successfully manage several tasks simultaneously. The Advancement Associate will create redundancy for the Office for Institutional Advancement’s (OIA) day-to-day priorities and projects, specifically around gift processing and data integrity. The ability to interact confidently with Westminster volunteers and donors and to maintain strict confidentiality is required.

Supervisor: Director of Advancement Services
Position Status: This position is a salaried, non-exempt, full-time, regular, 12-month position.
Hours of Work: Days of work are Monday through Friday and the core hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work will be required as job duties demand.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

• Assist the Gift Management Specialist on all aspects of gift processing, including gift entry, receipting and stewardship letters
• Ensure pledges and gifts are acknowledged accurately and in a timely fashion
• Assist with Honor/Memorial stewardship communications
• Assist with management of the School’s matching gift program
• Interface with the Business Office regarding gift entry, gift posting, fund creation, gift restrictions, and reconciliation
• Serve as a point of contact for donors regarding gift information
• Run reports to review data integrity and ensure necessary corrections are made on regular basis
• Document, maintain and regularly update OIA policies and procedures
• Add new constituent records to the database as needed, analyze information and populate all appropriate data fields where information is available
• Compose general correspondence and provide support for Advancement operations
• Other duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s degree required.
• One to two years of experience in a non-profit or education environment.
• Very strong computer skills, including high competency in Microsoft Office software and databases. Experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred.
• Polished oral, written, telephone, and e-mail communication skills; ability to communicate effectively with a variety of constituencies.
• Self-starter with ability to work independently and take initiative to meet deadlines for both short and long-term projects in a time-sensitive and fluid environment with attention to detail and accuracy.
• Demonstrated ability to work as an effective team member and manage multiple projects at once.
• Curious and committed to ongoing growth, professionally and personally.
• Commitment to the mission of The Westminster Schools and willing to serve as an ambassador for the School both internally and externally.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to sit; stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle and feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl; talk and hear; engage in moderately strenuous physical activity both indoors and out; and smell. The employee may occasionally lift or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions and may walk on slippery or uneven surfaces.

TRAVEL

Travel is primarily local during the regular business day.  Overnight and out-of-area travel may also be required.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT

Westminster is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment.  It is Westminster’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities and administer terms and conditions of employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.  EOE/M/F/D/V.

Note:  This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification.  This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position.  Nothing contained in this this position description restricts Westminster’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.


Contact name: Andrea Pender
Contact email address: https://westminsteratl.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=219


Classroom Teacher-Immersive Dyslexia Program

School: The Walker School, Inc.
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Position Title: Classroom Teacher-Immersive Dyslexia Program
Reports to: Director of Immersive Dyslexia Program
Work Status: Full time, Benefit Eligible, 10 month employee
Employment Status: Exempt

The Walker School is a nonsectarian, co-educational independent day school serving three year olds through twelfth grade in Marietta, Georgia. The school was founded in 1957 and currently enrolls approximately 900 students. The Walker School is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive school community and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy and childbirth or related medical conditions, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. Diverse candidates committed to working in a multicultural environment are encouraged to apply.

Walker seeks highly skilled, dedicated, experienced individuals for full-time classroom teaching for the 2018-2019 school year in its new Immersive Dyslexia Program. This is a unique opportunity to work in a specialized school-within-a-school setting at its inception. The program is described below.

Walker’s Immersive Dyslexia Program will be launched for 2018-1019 academic year. The mission of the program is to serve children with dyslexia who have above average academic aptitude and a strong desire to fulfill their abundant potential. Initially, the program will serve elementary-age students. Two or three classes are anticipated in the inaugural year. Students in the program, their classroom teachers, and the Director will work and learn within The Walker School’s college-preparatory environment. The Orton-Gillingham Approach (O-G) will be central to the curriculum. The teacher will be responsible for a self-contained classroom of approximately six elementary students in a cross-grade setting spanning no more than two grade levels, teaching an O-G small group, math, and all other core academic areas.

Additionally, the classroom teacher will work alongside the other teacher(s) in the Immersive Dyslexia Program as well as grade-level teachers in a collaborative manner, but will have the primary responsibility for planning, teaching, evaluating, and reporting for students in his/her class. Teachers will work closely with other classroom teachers in the program and co-curricular teachers to create a child-centered, multisensory learning environment for the students and a cooperative and positive adult working environment. The teacher is responsible for establishing relationships with students, encouraging them to communicate respectfully, and to develop optimally their self-advocacy, problem-solving skills, abilities, interests, and enthusiasm for learning.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in education or special education/learning disabilities as well as formal, documented training in the Orton-Gillingham Approach. The ideal candidate will also be an educator who possesses a vast knowledge of multi-sensory, research-based, age-appropriate and skill-appropriate teaching methodology for students with dyslexia or other language-based learning difficulties. Preferred candidates will have three or more years of teaching experience in independent schools as well as prior experience teaching students with dyslexia using the O-G Approach in either a school setting or in one-to-one tutoring.

Salary is dependent upon experience and commensurate with other independent schools in the area.

Candidates must complete the online application for this position at https://www.thewalkerschool.org/page/about/careers and be prepared to provide a resume, cover letter, educational philosophy, and list of three professional references during the application process.

For consideration in the first round of hiring, applications should be received by February 28, 2018.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@thewalkerschool.org


Director-Immersive Dyslexia Program

School: The Walker School, Inc.
Available Position: Administrator
Description:

Position Title: Director - Immersive Dyslexia Program
Reports To: Head of School
Work Status: Full-time, benefit eligible, 12 month employee
Employment Status: Exempt

The Walker School is a nonsectarian, co-educational independent day school serving three year olds through twelfth grade in Marietta, Georgia. The school was founded in 1957 and currently enrolls approximately 900 students. The Walker School is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive school community and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy and childbirth or related medical conditions, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. Diverse candidates committed to working in a multicultural environment are encouraged to apply.

Walker seeks a highly skilled, dedicated, experienced individual for the Director of its new Immersive Dyslexia Program (Lower School) for the 2018-2019 school year. This is a unique opportunity to work in a specialized school-within-a-school setting at its inception.

Walker’s Immersive Dyslexia Program will be launched for 2018-2019 academic year. The mission of the program is to serve children with dyslexia who have above-average academic aptitude and a strong desire to fulfill their abundant potential. Initially the program will serve elementary-age students. Two or three classes are anticipated in the inaugural year. Students in the program, their classroom teachers, and the Director will work and learn within The Walker School’s college-preparatory environment. The Orton-Gillingham Approach (O-G) will be central to the curriculum. The Director will work alongside the Immersive Dyslexia Program classroom teachers, the Lower School Head, and grade-level teachers in a collaborative manner but will have the primary responsibility for supervising the teachers in the dyslexia program as well as the learning environment for the students in the program. The Director will also be responsible for assuring a cooperative and positive adult working environment.

The Director of the Immersive Dyslexia Program is responsible for the day-to-day management of the division, the education and character development of approximately 12-18 students, first through fourth grade, the supervision of 2-3 faculty, and communication with parents. Key duties include overseeing the academic experience and curriculum and serving as spokesperson for the program. In addition, the Director will have O-G teaching responsibilities. The Director is responsible for maintaining the tone and balance for the program and is a member of the Senior Administrative Team.

A Master’s degree in elementary education or special education and/or educational administration is required along with substantive teaching experience, preferably in an independent school environment. Administrative experience is preferred. Documented formal training in and experience teaching dyslexic students using the Orton-Gillingham Approach is required. Membership in the Orton-Gillingham Academy of Practitioners and Educators is a plus.

Salary is dependent upon experience and commensurate with other independent schools in the area.
Candidates must complete the online application for this position at https://www.thewalkerschool.org/page/about/careers and be prepared to provide a resume, cover letter, educational philosophy, and list of three professional references during the application process.

For consideration in the first round of hiring, applications should be received by February 28, 2018.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@thewalkerschool.org


Safety and Security Manager

School: The Walker School, Inc.
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

POSITION TITLE: Safety and Security Manager
REPORTS TO: Facilities Director
WORK STATUS: Full-time, 12 month employee, benefit eligible
FLSA STATUS: Exempt

The Walker School is a nonsectarian, co-educational independent day school serving three year olds through twelfth grade in Marietta, Georgia. The school was founded in 1957 and currently enrolls approximately 900 students. The Walker School is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive school community and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy and childbirth or related medical conditions, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. Diverse candidates committed to working in a multicultural environment are encouraged to apply.

Walker seeks a skilled, dedicated, experienced individual to provide safety and security services on The Walker School campus with an emphasis on customer service and good community relations.

Essential Functions:
• Develops and implements appropriate crisis management plans. Works cooperatively with personnel involved in the crisis management plan in academic arenas.
• Plans and executes all necessary safety drills, conducts follow-up meetings, maintains drill log, and reports any required information to authorities.
• Responds to safety and security related requests by School Administrators, parents, and other visitors to The Walker School.
• Manages morning and afternoon carpool.
• Monitors school calendar weekly and daily to ensure appropriate security coverage; monitors and arranges security according to the needs of the school, and makes necessary changes to schedule.
• Assists in the recommendation, development, and implementation of improvements to procedures, furnishings, equipment, and systems.
• Maintains a security log of all activities and incidents occurring on campus.
• Conducts investigations and creates incident reports of all incidents involving the security and safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors including thefts, threats, break-ins, property damage, and injuries on campus (and supervision lapses) within 24 hours of the incident.
• Operates and monitors all appropriate control panels, alarms, and all related security equipment. Frequently checks fire and security systems for proper operation. Must be able to troubleshoot and correct minor difficulties.
• Responds to all alarms.
• Functions as the primary contact / responder for campus security system provider and fire protection.
• Schedules required inspections for safety equipment and maintains a log book (hoods, elevator, sprinkler systems, etc)
• Maintains contact and is accessible to School Administrators via cellular phone, and 2-way radio. (during both regular work hours and after hours.)
• Maintains keys and log of keys distributed.
• Makes scheduled tours of school and grounds by vehicle or walking to ensure security, and watches for conditions that could result in injury or loss.
• Monitors and resolves actions by visitors, drivers, or employees that could cause injury or loss to school or employees.
• Ensures appropriate security coverage at school functions as requested by The Walker School administration.
• Performs clerical functions incidental to security.
• Other duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge and Abilities:
• Working knowledge of law enforcement methods, techniques, and procedures.
• Working knowledge of The Walker School organizational policies and procedures including appropriate human resources compliance.
• An ability to recognize problems and choose the appropriate solution from among several.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Basic computer skills.
• Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to read simple instructions and operate independently.

Physical Work Environment:
• Workday regularly includes multiple or conflicting demands, deadlines, and time pressures.
• Work regularly requires sustained concentration.
• Work requires considerable physical effort or manual dexterity.
• Sufficient vision (with correction) to read and to observe more distant objects.
• Ability to do considerable walking in order to make rounds of facility.
• Sufficient stamina to work outside in bad weather conditions when required.
• Hours and shifts may vary

Candidates must complete the online application for this position at https://www.thewalkerschool.org/page/about/careers and be prepared to provide a resume, and list of three professional references during the application process.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@thewalkerschool.org


Lower Division Associate Teacher 2018-2019

School: Swift School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Swift School is an independent school serving grades 1-8 located in Roswell, GA 20 minutes north of Atlanta. Serving a population of approximately 240 students, Swift’s mission is to prepare students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences to be successful in life. Our core values include community, excellence, individuality, nurture, and potential. Our teachers are passionate about teaching children with learning differences. We recognize that each child is unique, and our teaching approach, time frame,and expected outcomes reflect the student’s individuality. Given that students have a variety of needs, our teachers and administrators often interact with external support professionals to ensure the best overall academic plan for each student. A Lower Division Associate Teacher is responsible for organizing and implementing the instructional program assigned that results in students achieving academic success in accordance with Swift School policies.

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree or higher required with preference given to degrees in education-related fields
Teacher certification preferred but not required

Responsibilities Include:
-Supports instructional activities planned and designed by the Lead Teacher that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaning and appropriate learning experiences
-Identifies and adapts curriculum to meet the needs of students as directed by the Lead Teacher
-Responsible for the classroom when Lead Teacher is unavailable.
-Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate
-Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures according to school policy
-Creates and fosters relationships, both orally and in writing, with all constituents of the school on a regular basis and as required by school policy
-Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment and seeks the support of the human resources available within the school
-Models professional and ethical standards when dealing with all constituents of the school
-Participates in professional development opportunities offered by the school
-Sets goals that are aligned with Swift’s mission and values
-Consistently meets professional obligations such as: meeting various deadlines, honoring schedules, coordinating efforts and timely attending required meeting
-Serves the mission of the Swift School as an ambassador and participates in community-building
-Perform other duties as assigned by division director and the associate head of school for student affairs


Contact name: Eric Osorio
Contact email address: eosorio@theswiftschool.org


Lower Division Lead Teacher 2018-2019

School: Swift School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Swift School is an independent school serving grades 1-8 located in Roswell, GA 20 minutes north of Atlanta. Serving a population of approximately 240 students, Swift’s mission is to prepare students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences to be successful in life. Our core values include community, excellence, individuality, nurture, and potential. Our teachers are passionate about teaching children with learning differences. We recognize that each child is unique, and our teaching approach, time frame,and expected outcomes reflect the student’s individuality. Given that students have a variety of needs, our teachers and administrators often interact with external support professionals to ensure the best overall academic plan for each student. A Lower Division Lead Teacher is responsible for organizing and implementing the instructional program assigned that results in students achieving academic success in accordance with Swift School policies.

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree or higher required with preference given to degrees in education-related fields
A minimum of 2 years teaching experience
Teacher certification preferred but not required
Experience teaching structured literacy (Orton Gillingham Approach, Wilson)

Responsibilities Include:
-Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaning and appropriate learning experiences
-Identifies and adapts curriculum to meet the needs of students
-Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate
-Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures according to school policy
-Creates and fosters relationships, both orally and in writing, with all constituents of the school on a regular basis and as required by school policy
-Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment and seeks the support of the human resources available within the school
-Models professional and ethical standards when dealing with all constituents of the school
-Prepares and delivers student assessment data effectively according to school policies
-Participates in professional development opportunities offered by the school
-Sets goals that are aligned with Swift’s mission and values
-Consistently meets professional obligations such as: meeting various deadlines, honoring schedules, coordinating efforts and timely attending required meeting
-Serves the mission of the Swift School as an ambassador and participates in community-building
-Perform other duties as assigned by division director and the associate head of school for student affairs


Contact name: Eric Osorio
Contact email address: eosorio@theswiftschool.org


High School Science Teacher 2018-19

School: Brandon Hall School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Brandon Hall School
High School Science Teacher
Job Description 2018-19

Position Description:

Brandon Hall School seeks an experienced and dynamic High School Science Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. The full-time position will include teaching Physics, Environmental Science and/or Physical Science courses at the college preparatory and/or honors levels with the potential for teaching various science electives.

The ideal candidate will have independent and/or boarding school teaching experience, demonstrate excellent technology and communication skills, and have a strong desire to contribute to school life beyond the classroom. There may also be an opportunity for the candidate to reside in school housing.

Job Title: High School Science Teacher

Reports To: Dean of Faculty

Employment Status: Full-Time

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required
Master’s degree and/or 3+ years teaching experience strongly preferred
Experience with teaching Robotics and/or Engineering preferred
Experience with International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum preferred

Application Process:

Interested applicants must submit an online application which includes a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

General Teaching Duties and Responsibilities:

Curriculum and Instruction:
Create and implement lesson plans in accordance with course curriculum and the Brandon Hall Performance Standards (BHPS); written evidence of preparation is required.
Use a variety of instructional techniques to enhance student learning and adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of students with varying intellectual abilities.
Work with department chair and other faculty members to determine instructional goals, objectives, and methods.
Use instructional technologies to strengthen the teaching and learning process in accordance with ISTE Teacher Standards and Technology Office policies.
Design lessons and projects that foster an interactive learning environment centered around main learning goals, specific and timely feedback, and student-produced content.
Facilitate and inspire highly effective 21st Century Skills in each student, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity through the use of clearly defined rubrics, discussion, and reflection.
Uphold and adhere to all school policies and procedures.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Faculty, Dean of Academics, and/or Head of School.

Student Growth and Development:
Conduct ongoing formative assessments of student understanding in order to provide timely feedback to students and guide instruction.
Help students develop appropriate study methods and habits.
Assume responsibility for extracurricular activities through faculty sponsorship or as assigned.
Be a positive role model for students and support the mission of Brandon Hall School.

Classroom Management:
Create and cultivate a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
Manage student behavior through a shared understanding of fair and equitable class rules, procedures, and consequences.

Professional Development:
Participate in faculty development activities to improve the craft of teaching; including required faculty in-service and on-campus workshops and independent opportunities.
Establish and reflect on teacher goals and uphold proficient levels of practice in the areas of curriculum and instruction.
Attend and participate in monthly faculty meetings and serve on faculty and staff committees.

Communication:
Use appropriate oral and written communication with colleagues, students, parents, and the school community in accordance with school policies and procedures.
Establish and maintain regular communication with parents regarding positive student progress and growth opportunities.
Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, students, parents, and the school community.

Science Teaching Requirements:

Prepare and implement student-centered science lessons that encourage discussion and further inquiry.
Monitor laboratory exercises where students are expected to predict the outcome, follow and/or design the procedure, gather, analyze, and interpret the data, and then compare original predictions with actual results.
Stay current with computer technologies that will assist with student learning.
Understand process of creating videos and posting them to teacher or school websites.
Create and maintain a curriculum that aligns with the Brandon Hall School Performance Standards (BHPS).
Ensure that students are exposed to and are actively developing 21st Century Skills – communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.
Parallel instruction and projects with real-world situations.
Comply with the requests from the Head of School, Dean of Faculty, Dean of Academics, and Science Department Chair.
Attend Science Department meetings and designated official school functions outside of school hours.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by an employee in this position. Employees are required to follow other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by those authorized to give instructions or assignments.

Brandon Hall is an equal opportunity employer. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


Contact name: Website
Contact email address: https://brandonhall.applicantpro.com/jobs/718930.html


Middle School Science Teacher 2018-19

School: Brandon Hall School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Brandon Hall School
Middle School Science Teacher
Job Description 2018-19

Position Description:

Brandon Hall School seeks an experienced and dynamic Middle School Science Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. The full-time position will include teaching Earth, Life and Physical Science courses with the potential for teaching and/or proposing various science electives.

The ideal candidate will have independent and/or boarding school teaching experience, demonstrate excellent technology and communication skills, and have a strong desire to contribute to school life beyond the classroom. There may also be an opportunity for the candidate to reside in school housing.

Job Title: Middle School Science Teacher

Reports To: Dean of Faculty

Employment Status: Full-Time

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required
Master’s degree and/or 3+ years teaching experience strongly preferred
Experience teaching Robotics and/or Engineering preferred
Experience with International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum preferred

Application Process:

Interested applicants must submit an online application which includes a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

General Teaching Duties and Responsibilities:

Curriculum and Instruction:
Create and implement lesson plans in accordance with course curriculum and the Brandon Hall Performance Standards (BHPS); written evidence of preparation is required.
Use a variety of instructional techniques to enhance student learning and adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of students with varying intellectual abilities.
Work with department chair and other faculty members to determine instructional goals, objectives, and methods.
Use instructional technologies to strengthen the teaching and learning process in accordance with ISTE Teacher Standards and Technology Office policies.
Design lessons and projects that foster an interactive learning environment centered around main learning goals, specific and timely feedback, and student-produced content.
Facilitate and inspire highly effective 21st Century Skills in each student, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity through the use of clearly defined rubrics, discussion, and reflection.
Uphold and adhere to all school policies and procedures.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Faculty, Dean of Academics, and/or Head of School.

Student Growth and Development:
Conduct ongoing formative assessments of student understanding in order to provide timely feedback to students and guide instruction.
Help students develop appropriate study methods and habits.
Assume responsibility for extracurricular activities through faculty sponsorship or as assigned.
Be a positive role model for students and support the mission of Brandon Hall School.

Classroom Management:
Create and cultivate a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
Manage student behavior through a shared understanding of fair and equitable class rules, procedures, and consequences.

Professional Development:
Participate in faculty development activities to improve the craft of teaching; including required faculty in-service and on-campus workshops and independent opportunities.
Establish and reflect on teacher goals and uphold proficient levels of practice in the areas of curriculum and instruction.
Attend and participate in monthly faculty meetings and serve on faculty and staff committees.

Communication:
Use appropriate oral and written communication with colleagues, students, parents, and the school community in accordance with school policies and procedures.
Establish and maintain regular communication with parents regarding positive student progress and growth opportunities.
Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, students, parents, and the school community.

Science Teaching Requirements:

Prepare and implement student-centered science lessons that encourage discussion and further inquiry.
Monitor laboratory exercises where students are expected to predict the outcome, follow and/or design the procedure, gather, analyze, and interpret the data, and then compare original predictions with actual results.
Stay current with computer technologies that will assist with student learning.
Understand process of creating videos and posting them to teacher or school websites.
Create and maintain a curriculum that aligns with the Brandon Hall School Performance Standards (BHPS).
Ensure that students are exposed to and are actively developing 21st Century Skills – communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.
Parallel instruction and projects with real-world situations.
Comply with the requests from the Head of School, Dean of Faculty, Dean of Academics, and Science Department Chair.
Attend Science Department meetings and designated official school functions outside of school hours.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by an employee in this position. Employees are required to follow other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by those authorized to give instructions or assignments.

Brandon Hall is an equal opportunity employer. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


Contact name: HR
Contact email address: https://brandonhall.applicantpro.com/jobs/718937.html


Upper School Receptionist

School: Athens Academy
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Athens Academy Upper School Receptionist

The School:
Athens Academy is a co-educational, non-sectarian, independent college preparatory day school of approximately 965 students in grades K3-12 that offers a traditional liberal arts curriculum and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. The school’s mission is to seek “excellence with honor in the educational and personal experience of each student.” Situated on a picturesque campus of 154 acres, Athens Academy admits students from diverse social, economic, religious, and racial backgrounds--all of whom benefit from a challenging academic program, a vibrant arts program, competitive athletics, and a variety of service opportunities. Athens Academy faculty and staff members are dedicated professionals who are not only experts in their respective fields of study, but are also sensitive to the gifts and challenges of individual students.

The Upper School:
Athens Academy’s Upper School is committed to providing the kind of high-quality education that prepares students to lead successful and productive lives not only in their future academic pursuits in colleges and universities across the nation, but also in their adult lives. The curricular structure challenges each individual, while our diverse extra-curricular offerings provide students the opportunity to be involved in activities in which they are interested. Talented and tireless teachers enable us to produce young men and women capable of handling the 21st century demands and challenges they will inevitably face.

The Position:
Athens Academy seeks a highly organized, versatile, enthusiastic, and professional receptionist for an immediate opening. This full-time position will be responsible for meeting all students and guests, answering phone calls to the Upper School, maintaining records (attendance, immunization, student information, etc.), administering first aid, and communicating with faculty, parents, and staff about Upper School-related events and needs. Competitive candidates will demonstrate superior communication skills, technological competence, and a sincere interest in working closely with Upper School students, teachers, and parents.

Application Process:
The school will accept materials from interested candidates until the position is filled.
A complete packet will include the following components:
• Cover letter expressing interest in Athens Academy and this position
• Resume
• Names of three references and contact information
Interested candidates are encouraged to send their materials to:
Susan Zalac, Upper School Director
Athens Academy
1281 Spartan Lane
Athens, GA 30606
szalac@athensacademy.org
(706) 549-9225

Thank you for your interest in Athens Academy.

Athens Academy is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution. In hiring, the school will select the best-qualified applicant without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap, veteran status, or sexual orientation.


Contact name: Susan Zalac, Upper School Director
Contact email address: szalac@athensacademy.org


Lower School First Grade Associate Substitute

School: Pace Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Pace Academy, one of Atlanta’s top Independent Schools, seeks a highly energetic and excellent teacher as a First Grade Associate long-term substitute lead teacher beginning late March through May 2018. Joining one of Atlanta's finest Lower School faculties, the teacher will become part of educating the whole child. The teacher must demonstrate enjoyment in working with lower elementary age students.

Responsibilities:
• Assists in teaching the core curricula subjects
• Follows course objectives and outline for course of study in conjunction with other Lower School Faculty, following curriculum as set by the current teacher.
• Participates in faculty and professional meetings
• Will attend parent meetings and assist with school sponsored trips.
• May perform supervisory duties, which include early morning duty and/or instruction in a specific learning area.

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• 1-2 years experience teaching children ages 5-7 strongly preferred.
• Private school experience preferred.

Applicants can learn more about the Lower School at
http://www.paceacademy.org/academics/lower-school

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer


Contact name: Elaine Hecht
Contact email address: Jobs@paceacademy.org


Lower School Librarian

School: Pace Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The Pace Academy Lower School seeks an experienced K-5 librarian for the 2018-19 academic year. The ideal candidate will have a proven record of innovation and collaboration, extensive teaching experience, and the desire and leadership capacity to create an environment in which student engagement and creative problem-solving thrive through the library program.

The successful candidate will continue to build an enriching program that integrates with the Lower School curriculum and school-wide initiatives such as global leadership and character education. The librarian eagerly collaborates with classroom teachers as well as specialists in the areas of technology, Design Thinking, art, etc. The librarian must be an energetic, dynamic, and inquisitive individual with enthusiasm for exploring and implementing new technologies and teaching methods aligned with 21st-century learning. Flexibility and curiosity are key characteristics, as well as a love of children, a good sense of humor, and an extensive knowledge of children’s literature.

This position reports to the Director of Libraries. The staff includes one library assistant and two-dozen library volunteers. The librarian’s focus is on teaching and special programs; the assistant handles technical services. The Lower School is made up of 366 students in grades Pre-First through five. There are three classes per grade for a total of 18 classes.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Guided by the school’s mission “to create prepared, confident citizens of the world” and the libraries’ scope and sequence, the librarian will ensure that students know how a library works and understand research fundamentals, while fostering a love of books and reading. Specific duties include:

• Oversees all aspects of managing the Lower School Library.
• Creates a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere.
• Works closely with faculty to incorporate library services and resources into classroom assignments.
• Provides individual and group instruction to teach research skills (meets with each class once per week).
• Provides assistance to help students and faculty in accessing, evaluating and using information.
• Assists students, faculty and staff in the use of library resources.
• Plans and conducts programs and activities, including storytelling, book talks, multimedia programs, author visits, book fairs, etc.
• Coordinates library displays in conjunction with library lessons and events, the Lower School Noble Knights character-education program, seasonal events, global initiatives, etc.
• Selects, receives, and organizes materials and equipment.
• Assures timely opening and closing of library and administration of the circulation desk.
• Prepares and administers budget for media center.
• Trains and supervises student assistants and library volunteers.
• Investigates technologies that will improve services and works with the technology team in planning, implementing and integrating technology in the library.
• Serves on school-wide committees and participates in community projects relating to the library and the school.

QUALIFICATIONS
Master's degree from an American Library Association accredited program, strongly preferred.
Five years related experience teaching in and supervising an elementary school library required.
Strong sense of humor, flexibility, and desire to work with elementary age children is required.
Attendance at evening and weekend functions is occasionally required.

Excellent benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, employer provided life
insurance, and a generous 403(b) employer match. Applicants can learn more about the Lower School at
http://www.paceacademy.org/page/academics/lower-school-library

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

ABOUT PACE ACADEMY
Founded in 1958 in Atlanta, Ga., Pace Academy serves 1,115 students in grades Pre-First through 12. The co-educational, college-preparatory day school strives to create prepared, confident citizens of the world through rigorous academic experiences, innovative global leadership programs, character education and close student-teacher relationships. Pace Academy’s student-teacher ratio is 9:1, and class sizes average 15 students. The school adheres to Judeo-Christian values and encourages students to THINK BIG. www.paceacademy.org


Contact name: Elaine Hecht
Contact email address: Jobs@PaceAcademy.org


Teacher

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Notre Dame Academy is a Marist Catholic and International Baccalaureate World School serving students in grade pre-k through high school located in Duluth, Georgia.
The role of the Father Colin Program Teacher is to provide an individualized education to students with learning differences and oversee day-to-day implementation of the instructional program. Reports to the Principal. This is a full-time, 10-month position beginning August 2018.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Establishes methods of instruction to educate students with learning disabilities, other health impairments and other learning differences
• Plans instruction to promote student mastery of prerequisite skills and knowledge
• Prepares written lesson plans to support instructional objectives of Notre Dame Academy standards
• Reviews and utilizes resources that match learner needs and reflect scientifically based research on effective instruction
• Ability to teach skills for reading and writing proficiency/literacy across all content areas
• Ability to assess achievement of students
• Ability to enforce the rules and policies of the school, communicate with parents on a regular basis and participate in service and professional development activities
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Certification- Special Education certification and Middle School certification preferred
• Training in teaching exceptional children required including: experience in special education, professional development in teaching students with learning differences or training in specialized instructional strategies/programs
• Knowledge of learning disabilities, other health impairments and high functioning autism spectrum preferred
• Knowledge of assistive technology helpful. Must be comfortable using technology
Job Posting Contact Name and Title: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager. Please submit cover letter, resume and references.

Job Posting date: January 25, 2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


Middle School Science Teacher Substitute

School: Springmont School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Springmont is currently accepting resumes for a four-week Middle School Science Teacher substitute in the month of April 2018. Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and have at least three years’ teaching experience in a Montessori or progressive school environment. Flexibility and active engagement in a collaborative work environment are essential for this position.

Springmont is Atlanta’s first Montessori school, celebrating 50+ years of authentic Montessori education. Located in the city of Sandy Springs, just north of Atlanta, we currently have 250 students, ages 1½ to 14 years, Toddler through Middle School. Our school has well-equipped classrooms and offers a supportive and collaborative environment. In addition to our 7-acre campus, students also benefit from our 86-acre land laboratory in the northwest Georgia mountains, adjacent to the Chattahoochee National Forest.

This is a temporary position and salary is commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates may email jobs@springmont.com, providing a brief cover letter in the body of the email and resume as an attachment.


Contact name: Julie Strickland
Contact email address: jobs@springmont.com


Middle School Math

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Wesleyan School is a K - 12 Christian school of academic excellence located in Peachtree Corners, GA, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta. Wesleyan is a full activity school with opportunities for students to participate in athletics and the arts. This open position is for a Middle School Math teacher who can teach 5th grade math through Algebra I. Interested candidates should visit the website at www.wesleyanschool.org to learn more about the school and to complete an online application.


Contact name: Annette Smith
Contact email address: asmith@wesleyanschool.org


Summer Camp Nurse/Assistant Summer Camp Director

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

The Summer Camp Nurse/Assistant Summer Camp Director is a temporary position from 6/4/18-7/20/18. The hours of operation are 8:30-4:30. This position works in conjunction with the Director of Auxiliary Programs and Outreach. Summer duties and qualifications included are described below.

Qualifications:
• Registered Nurse with current license in the state of Georgia
• CPR Certified – Health Care Provider
• Minimum of 2 years of clinical experience in school nursing or other acute care setting such as, pediatrics, critical care, emergency room, urgent care, or related specialties. Pediatric and adolescent medical experience preferred
• Possesses excellent clinical assessment and basic first aid skills
• Ability to function in a clinical setting, providing first aid and first responder services with limited staff resources
• Basic computer skills and ability to utilize computerized documentation system

Responsibilities:

• Maintain health records and daily log of clinic visits
• Review camp registrations and work directly with parents and campers regarding specials needs, allergies and dietary restrictions
• Provide cafeteria staff with list of all students with life-threatening food allergies
• Complete an Occurrence Report for any significant event/injury and follow up, as necessary
• Carry communication radio and be ready to respond to all on-campus emergencies and contact 911 and parents, as needed
• Determine the health needs of students by means of nursing assessment and initiating interventions as necessary
• Provide health education and first aid services to students, faculty, and staff who are ill or injured
• Administer medication (both routine and as needed) to students, while monitoring for and documenting effectiveness or adverse reactions
• Notify parents of injuries and significant events
• Assists the Summer Camp Director with weekly camp duties such as monitoring carpool, meeting with the faculty to discuss campers, monitoring lunch service, and taking photos of the summer camp experience and making social media posts

Personal Characteristics:
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with faculty/staff, parents, and students
• Strong organizational skills with attention to detail
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
• Ability to learn new software applications needed for accessing and maintaining student records and camp files


Contact name: Kelly Weatherly
Contact email address: kweatherly@wesleyanschool.org


Orton-Gillingham Tutor

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Wesleyan School is seeking applications for a qualified Orton-Gillingham practitioner to provide on campus reading remediation to identified students. This practitioner would be responsible for working one on one with students before, during, and after school using the Orton-Gillingham approach to focus on the specific learning needs of individual learners. This part-time independent contractor would also have some flexibility with scheduling. The practitioner will collaborate with a team of Orton-Gillingham specialists as well as Wesleyan faculty members.

Interested candidates must submit an online application, https://www.wesleyanschool.org/page/about/employment.


Contact name: Nancy Jones
Contact email address: njones@wesleyanschool.org


K-3rd INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER FOR RRFTS on the COX CAMPUS

School: Atlanta Speech School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

ATLANTA SPEECH SCHOOL
K-3rd INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER FOR RRFTS on the COX CAMPUS

A program of the Atlanta Speech School, the Rollins Center for Language & Literacy is dedicated to the mission of training and supporting teachers of young children in the area of language and literacy development. We synthesize the nation’s best research in this area and translate it into best practices teachers can put in place right away. Through our on-site live work and online campus, we offer ongoing mentoring and coaching to teachers with the goal that by 2020, ALL children are on a path to reading proficiently by the end of third grade. Our online Read Right from the Start on the Cox Campus courses are available free of charge (readrightfromthestart.org).

WHO ARE WE SEEKING?
The Rollins Center is currently seeking a creative, experienced instructional designer with a focus on education (Kindergarten through 3rd grade). S/he will embrace the Rollins 2020 goal and have a clear vision of how this role directly supports the effort. The ideal candidate will have a background in education, a passion for online learning, and a strong conviction about its power to change adult behavior. S/he should be able to meld minds with subject matter experts and team members.

POSITION SUMMARY
Working under the supervision of the Rollins Assistant Director for Academics, Data, and Evaluation and the K-3rd Content Coordinator, the K-3rd Instructional Designer conceptualizes and creates online professional development content that will enable Kindergarten – 3rd grade teachers to become more effective in their work. The K-3 Instructional Designer works closely with other content and online team members to design and develop innovative coursework and related educational resources that bring critical content to life for our online learning community. In close collaboration with our subject matter experts and using a custom eLearning platform, S/he will write, edit, revise, and produce instructional content that emphasizes adult learning concepts and interactive learning practices, and integrates graphic and instructional design principles.

The instructional designer will have a vision for the product and creative ideas for how to transform content into engaging online experiences for the target audience. In this effort, the K-3rd Instructional Designer will work collaboratively with our subject matter experts to drive the scripting/design process through various iterations and reviews, to ensure content accuracy and inclusiveness. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to create original work that will inspire and benefit teachers of young children and will make an impact in the landscape of language and literacy professional development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Collaborate closely with subject matter experts to identify and develop learning goals and objectives
• Apply innovative instructional design methods to design and develop interactive learning experiences
• Support all aspects of the instructional design process, including defining, developing, implementing, and revising, instructional materials and assessments.
• Using established formats, develop content outlines and scripts for learning modules
• Write and incorporate training reinforcements
• Develop, maintain and organize educational resources for online Resource Library
• Develop presentation slides
• Create/write content for social media, e.g., blog posts
• Collaborate in the development of assessment tools to measure learner satisfaction, comprehension, and application of strategies and knowledge
• Analyze data/feedback on course assessments and make recommendations for change and improvements
• Identify new trends and adopt new approaches as needed
• Identify ways to improve teacher learning experiences, including through the use of community discussions, training reinforcements, webinars, and communication

What might projects look like? Examples of the work
• Develop instructional content for a specific online unit
• Develop powerful assessments
• Develop reflection and community questions
• Create new resources related to language and literacy development
• Create online adaptive learning reinforcements using Intercom technology

Supervisory Responsibilities: None

REQUIRED Skills/Qualifications:
• Master's degree in Instructional Design, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology
• Background in education strongly preferred
• 3-5 years of professional experience in online instructional design, using technology to develop meaningful educational and training content
• Experience teaching in K-3rd classrooms or knowledge of education space strongly preferred
• Knowledge and deep understanding of instructional design and adult learning principles
• Knowledge of developing learner engagement and knowledge/skill transfer activities
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Self-starter who can excel in a highly iterative and deadline driven environment
• Strong team player who is able to share knowledge and contribute ideas but also able to execute on another’s vision
• High degree of flexibility and good humor!
• Extraordinary organization skills with strong attention to detail
• Ability to work on multiple projects
• Willingness to work collaboratively with others to accomplish tasks and deadlines in a teams based environment
• Ability to quickly understand target learner population’s characteristics and needs, and reflect those in the design of products

Additional requirements
• Must provide samples of previous project work

Compensation and Benefits:
This is a 220-day, full-time school position, offering a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance. The Speech School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during working hours; and accrued sick leave.

Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience.

To Apply:
To ensure that your application is considered, please submit all of the following documents by February 14, 2018:
cover letter, resume, and college transcript. In addition, please provide a written statement describing how your skills, talents, and expertise in instructional design would support the Rollins Center in reaching its 2020 goal of ALL children being on a path to reading proficiently by the end of third grade (please limit to 500 words).

Email: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Early Learning Instructional Designer for RRFTS on the Cox Campus

Please no phone inquiries.


Contact name: Human Resources - Subject line: Early Learning Instructional Designer for RRFTS on the Cox Campus
Contact email address: Email: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org


Director of Communications

School: Atlanta Speech School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Director of Communications: The Atlanta Speech School

The Atlanta Speech School is currently seeking an exceptional leader for the position of Director of Communications.

The Atlanta Speech School has evolved over its 79 years into the nation’s most comprehensive center for language and literacy – earning a rising national reputation as the educational equivalent of a teaching hospital. The School attracts a staff of the most gifted and committed teaching professionals who apply the research of the nation’s leading brain development and educational experts to achieve transformational language and literacy outcomes for children through its four school divisions, five clinical programs, and Rollins Center for Language & Literacy (“Rollins Center”) professional development program. The School has never turned away a child in need of services based on his or her family’s financial circumstances. All of the School’s efforts are interrelated and intentional, creating a circle of impact that is continually refined and strengthened across all programs. Our mission is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy.

Our Rollins Center, through its onsite coaching and its free, universally accessible online Cox Campus, provides professional development for early childhood and early elementary teachers across Georgia and in all 50 states. Now impacting 25,000 teachers and their more than 250,000 children, the Rollins Center is driven by the expectation that in partnership with over 100 public and private agencies, by the year 2020, every child in Georgia will be on a path to read proficiently by the end of third grade and every early childhood educator in Georgia will have the capacity to prepare every child to be on this path.

Please visit our website for further information: www.atlantaspeechschool.org. Please also view our three-minute videos addressing the country’s illiteracy crisis: The Promise www.2020promise.org regarding early childhood education and Every Opportunity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxyxywShewI that reflects how this same promise must extend into the early elementary years of education. Every Opportunity, that we released last month, recently went viral across the country and around the world with over 70 million views.
POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Communications is responsible for all marketing, communications, and public relations of the School locally and nationally. The Director will be an effective and relentless spokesperson for all programs of the School and will passionately and precisely communicate with a wide range of audiences. The position requires the ability to think and plan strategically while managing daily operations. Collaboration with students, families, staff, board members, volunteers, stakeholders and community partners is essential as is the ability to embrace and advance the School’s commitment to diversity and to work independently on major projects.

The position of Director of Communications, a valued member of the Leadership Team, offers ongoing responsibilities and opportunities to promote the mission of the School and communicate its impact upon thousands of children and families across Atlanta and beyond. Meeting our mission creates countless new possibilities for children and adults. Proficiency in language and literacy creates a highly positive change in the course of children’s lives and transforms their futures. We are seeking the person who will help expand our reach and deepen understanding of the powerful impact of this work.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

• Create, implement and measure the success of comprehensive marketing, communications and public relations programs that will enhance the School’s image and position within the marketplace and the general public, facilitate internal and external communications, and help extend the reach of the School’s expertise by supporting the School’s vision to serve as the educational equivalent of a teaching hospital
• Create and execute social media strategy
• Write and manage production of publications, eNewsletters, blogs and collateral materials
• Work with community organizations, academic institutions, and government entities to advocate for the School and its mission and to build partnerships to effect large scale change
• Work closely with Leadership Team, School and Program Directors, and other stakeholders to identify key communications priorities and opportunities to advance the Atlanta Speech School mission
• Take inventory of strategic communications vehicles in place to determine efficacy to create momentum and awareness, and develop and implement communications best practices to meet the evolving needs of the School.
• Ensure that the School’s philosophy, mission and vision are practiced throughout the organization
• Work with agency partners to oversee completion of website redesign and subsequent content strategy and updates. Requires a clear understanding of search engine optimization (SEO). Knowledge of and/or familiarity working with the WordPress CMS desired.
• Coordinate media interest in the Atlanta Speech School and ensure regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests
• Lead projects as assigned, such as cause-related marketing and special events
• Manage the School’s crisis communications plan as a member of the Safety Committee

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

• Minimum of 5 years of experience in the design and execution of marketing, communications and public relations activities with demonstrated success, preferably in the not-for-profit sector
• Bachelor’s degree in journalism, marketing, public relations preferred
• Proficiency in a variety of forms of communication with special emphasis on strategic content development and marketing, state of the art use of social media, video, web design, and technology
• Excellent writing, editing and verbal communication skills
• Strong creative, strategic, analytical, and organizational skills
• Ability to foster productive relationships with a wide range of people
• Ability to manage multiple projects at a time

BENEFITS:

Salary is commensurate with experience. This full-time position offers a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance; the School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during working hours; and accrued vacation and sick leave.

TO APPLY:

Please provide a cover letter, resume and writing sample (as described below) and sample of your work (this may include a link to a website or video).

As Director of Communications you are charged with creating a written message to community leaders, faculty of schools and universities, colleagues, supporters, and skeptics, to accompany the video “Every Opportunity.” Your message will communicate the essential elements and impact of the work of the School and will make the difference between the reader watching and acting upon the video or deleting it. The message is limited to 300 words. For further background on this subject, please see the interview on August 27 of our Executive Director on CNN HLN regarding the video https://www.facebook.com/WeekendExpressHLN/?fref=ts

CONTACT:
Iris Goodson
Director of Human Resources
hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Director of Communications


Contact name: Iris Goodson -Director of Human Resources-
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject line: Director of Communications


EARLY LEARNING (Birth to 5) INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER FOR RRFTS on the COX CAMPUS

School: Atlanta Speech School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

ATLANTA SPEECH SCHOOL
EARLY LEARNING (Birth to 5) INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER FOR RRFTS on the COX CAMPUS

The Rollins Center for Language & Literacy, a program of the Atlanta Speech School, is dedicated to the mission of training and supporting teachers of young children in the area of language and literacy development. We synthesize the nation’s best research in this area and translate it into best practices teachers can put in place right away. Through our on-site work and online campus, we offer ongoing mentoring and coaching to teachers with the goal that by 2020, ALL children are on a path to reading proficiently by the end of third grade. Our online Read Right from the Start on the Cox Campus courses are available free of charge (readrightfromthestart.org).

WHO ARE WE SEEKING?
The Rollins Center is currently seeking a creative, experienced instructional designer with a focus on early learning (birth to 5 years). S/he will embrace the Rollins 2020 goal and have a clear vision of how this role directly supports the effort. The ideal candidate will have a background in education, a passion for online learning, and a strong conviction about its power to change adult behavior. S/he should be able to meld minds with subject matter experts and team members.

POSITION SUMMARY
Working under the supervision of the Rollins Assistant Director for Academics, Data, and Evaluation, the Early Learning Instructional Designer conceptualizes and creates online professional development content that will enable teachers of children birth to 5 to become more effective in their work. The Early Learning Instructional Designer works closely with other content and online team members to design and develop innovative coursework and related educational resources that bring critical content to life for our online learning community. In close collaboration with our subject matter experts and using a custom e-learning platform, he/she will write, edit, revise, and produce instructional content that emphasizes adult learning concepts and interactive learning practices, and integrates graphic and instructional design principles. Priority deliverables include revisions and improvements to existing coursework, development and insertion of training reinforcements, and development of related course resources. The position has the potential to include development of new coursework and alternative delivery methodologies.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Collaborate closely with subject matter experts to identify and develop learning goals and objectives
• Apply innovative instructional design methods and strategies to design and develop powerful interactive learning experiences
• Support all aspects of the instructional design process, including defining, developing, implementing, and revising instructional materials and assessments.
• Make revisions to existing online Preschool/Pre-K courses/supporting materials that will result in improved course effectiveness
• Develop, maintain and organize educational resources for Resource Library
• Create/write content for social media, e.g., blog posts
• Assist in the development of assessment tools to measure learner satisfaction, comprehension, and application of strategies and knowledge
• Analyze data/feedback on course assessments and make recommendations for change and improvements
• Identify new trends and adopt new approaches as needed
• Identify ways to improve teacher learning experiences, including through the use of community discussions, training reinforcements, webinars, and communication

What might some projects look like? Examples of the work
• Review existing Preschool/Pre-K courses currently on the Cox Campus
• Modify/make adaptations to existing course, to enhance learner experience
• Update assessments, add reflection and community questions, insert training reinforcement messaging
• Review resources in the Resource Library on Cox Campus to check for quality, alignment, and consistency in formatting
• Create new resources related to language and literacy development to support teachers of children birth to 5 years
• Continuously create online adaptive learning reinforcements using Intercom technology
• Assist in developing a script for a new course

Supervisory Responsibilities: None

REQUIRED Skills/Qualifications:
• Master's degree in Instructional Design, Curriculum and Instruction, or Instructional Technology
• Early childhood (Birth to 5) education background, including teaching experience, strongly preferred
• 3-5 years of professional experience in online instructional design, preferably, developing online training content
• Knowledge of instructional design, curriculum development, and adult learning principles
• Knowledge of developing learner engagement and knowledge/skill transfer activities
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to independently manage work schedule in a fast-paced production-centered environment
• Ability to work both independently and collaborate as part of a team
• Ability to follow detailed instructions and/or act on feedback, meet tight deadlines and balance multiple high-priority and ongoing deliverables
• High degree of flexibility and good humor!
• Extraordinary organization skills
• Willingness to work collaboratively with others to accomplish tasks and deadlines in a teams based environment
• Ability to quickly understand target learner population’s characteristics and needs and reflect those in the design of all products

Additional requirements
• Must provide samples of previous project work

Compensation and Benefits:
This is a 220-day, full-time school position, offering a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance. The Speech School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during working hours; and accrued sick leave.

Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience.

To Apply:
To ensure that your application is considered, please submit all of the following documents by February 14, 2018:
cover letter, resume, and college transcript. In addition, please provide a written statement describing how your skills, talents, and expertise in instructional design would support the Rollins Center in reaching its 2020 goal of ALL children being on a path to reading proficiently by the end of third grade (please limit to 500 words).

Email: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Early Learning Instructional Designer for RRFTS on the Cox Campus

Please no phone inquiries.


Contact name: Human Resources-Subject line: Early Learning Instructional Designer for RRFTS on the Cox Campus
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org


Modern and Classical Languages Department Chair

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The department chair has curricular, supervisory, and administrative responsibilities. The department chair has a passion for academics and for encouraging teachers in best practice methodology. In this role, the department chair reports to the Associate Head of School and serves on the Wesleyan Academic Council.
Qualifications: Master's Degree in Education, French, Spanish, or Latin; strong interpersonal/leadership skills; excellent organizational skills; ability to guide and evaluate faculty; a vision for the Modern and Classical Languages Department.
Please apply online at https://www.wesleyanschool.org/page/about/employment.


Contact name: Ramona Blankenship
Contact email address: rblankenship@wesleyanschool.org


Upper School World Languages Department Chair

School: Athens Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Athens Academy Upper School World Languages Department Chair

The School:
Athens Academy is a co-educational, non-sectarian, independent college preparatory day school of approximately 950 students in grades K3-12 that offers a traditional liberal arts curriculum and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. The school’s mission is to seek “excellence with honor in the educational and personal experience of each student.” Situated on a picturesque campus of 152 acres, Athens Academy admits students from diverse social, economic, religious, and racial backgrounds--all of whom benefit from a challenging academic program, a vibrant arts program, competitive athletics, and a variety of service opportunities. Athens Academy faculty and staff members are dedicated professionals who are not only experts in their respective fields of study, but are also sensitive to the gifts and challenges of individual students.

Upper School:
Athens Academy’s Upper School is committed to providing the kind of high-quality education that prepares students to lead successful and productive lives not only in their future academic pursuits in colleges and universities across the nation, but also in their adult lives. The curricular structure challenges each individual, while our diverse extra-curricular offerings provide students the opportunity to be involved in activities in which they are interested. Talented and tireless teachers enable us to produce young men and women capable of handling the 21st century demands and challenges they will inevitably face.

The Department:
The Upper School World Languages Department at Athens Academy consists of six faculty members (5 full-time and 1 part-time), and current offerings include Spanish, French, and Latin from the introductory level through AP. In a K-12 school, coordination among Middle School and Lower School world language teachers about curriculum, professional development, and feedback/evaluation is essential, and some Upper School teachers even teach one to two sections in the Middle School when necessary.

The Position:
Athens Academy seeks a creative, collaborative, and versatile world language educator, beginning in the 2018-19 school year. In addition to being an exceptional teacher, the ideal candidate must be supportive, organized, and able to communicate effectively with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. Furthermore, the ideal candidate should have a record of demonstrated success in teaching, experience leading a department, and a commitment to supporting students and teachers in all areas of school life. Like other department chairs, the World Languages Chair would work closely with the Upper School Director and the Director of Academic Affairs to meet departmental, divisional, and school wide strategic goals.

Application Process:
The school will accept materials from interested candidates until January 31, 2018.
A completed packet will include the following components:
• Cover letter expressing interest in Athens Academy and this position
• Statement of educational philosophy, including thoughts on opportunities for teaching and learning in today’s educational environment
• Resume or curriculum vitae
• Names of three references and contact information

Interested candidates are encouraged to send their materials to:
Patrick Cuneo, Director of Academic Affairs
Athens Academy
1281 Spartan Lane
Athens, GA 30606
pcuneo@athensacademy.org
(706) 549-9225

Thank you for your interest in Athens Academy.

Athens Academy is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution. In hiring, the school will select the best-qualified applicant without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap, veteran status, or sexual orientation.


Contact name: Patrick Cuneo
Contact email address: pcuneo@athensacademy.org


Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communications

School: Landmark Christian School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Landmark Christian School is seeking a dynamic webmaster with search engine optimization (SEO) experience, an understanding of online user behavior, information architecture, analytics, search engine marketing (SEM) expertise, excellent verbal and written communications skills and design sense to manage day-to-day web operations and lead strategic digital marketing campaigns from concept to execution. The Associate Director reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications.

Essential duties include:
• Webmaster
o The webmaster is the database administrator and has the technical expertise to contribute to, maintain and update the day-to-day website operations and will direct, create, and send email communications using the Blackbaud CMS. The Associate Director bridges the technical components of website management with creative marketing aspects, generating the most effective Admission and Advancement campaigns and assures a highly visible and effective online presence for the school.
• SEO Expert
o The webmaster skills include adding metadata into the website, creating keyword lists through Google Keyword Planner, and generating a plan for optimizing the back-end metadata and public content. The Associate Director will manage contracted SEO work.
• Content Writer and Editor · Communications Expert
o Written, verbal, and editing skills are a must. The Associate Director will recognize that content that is effective and optimized is an art. As a communications expert this person will routinely generate strong content and manage communications across departments. They will develop and educate other content writers on keywords to utilize in blogging, online magazines, pages, social media outlets, and other relevant platforms to greatly enhance the overall quality of the website, improve campaign results, and drive successful SEO efforts. The Associate Director will write and manage weekly communications, including a weekly newsletter, and coordinate with media to supply content that clearly articulates the mission, vision, and core values of Landmark. The role includes collaborations with the Director of MARCOM, Director of Advancement, Director of Admission, Head of School, Director of IT, Principals, Fine Arts, Champions Club, Athletics, Landmark Parent Association, and others as needed.
• Analyst and Strategist
o The Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communications is a strategic thinker and understands user behavior, information architecture, and analytics. This webmaster revels in the data generated by analytics tools, determines ROI and can explain how to improve site performance and enhance digital marketing efforts.
• Strategic Marketer
o Along with website technical expertise, the Associate Director has a thorough understanding of inbound marketing techniques and recognizes the website as a crucial marketing tool. The Associate Director will assist in planning and executing all digital marketing campaigns including SEO/SEM, Advancement and Admission campaigns, lead nurturing, email communications, and take the lead in social media. The ability to understand target audiences and how to generate quality traffic that leads to conversions (inquiries, applications, donors) will be part of our successful marketing efforts.
• Designer
o Design sense is a must skill for the Associate Director. A webmaster must have the ability to create pages that coordinate text and graphics to capture users’ attention, continue engagement, and drive eyes across the page. Design sense also means having the ability to generate engaging graphics and consistent messaging across all digital media in accordance with branding guidelines. Proficient knowledge of design programs is necessary.
• Coach and Team Player
o The Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communication will share web expertise with others, including how to incorporate SEO efforts into content, how user behavior dictates layouts and navigation choices, and how Landmark can use web tools to effectively promote our message. The Associate Director drives the team to be more effective online.
o The Associate Director is a team player who cross pollinates ideas and is eagerly willing to serve others.
o The Associate Director collaborates with the Director of Marketing and Communications to develop and implement the MARCOM Strategic Plan.

Qualifications:
• Four-year degree in marketing, communications, digital media, or related field
• Two years minimum experience in a related professional digital marketing role
• Previous experience as a webmaster working with CMS programs, website analytic tools and inbound marketing tactics · HTML background required
• Demonstrated verbal and written communications including writing business and online communications that build and expand an organizations presence in a variety of digital platforms including blogging, digital magazines, advertisements, and social media, and measuring the results of that effort
• Demonstrated experience leading and managing SEO/SEM, lead nurturing, email communications, and social media
• Hands on experience in creatives using graphic design programs

Personal characteristics include:
• Christ follower
• Skilled as a webmaster for daily operations, digital marketing, and communications
• Comprehensive knowledge of developing and executing digital marketing programs including web-based initiatives and social media · Monitors emerging technologies and provides thought leadership and perspective.
• Knowledge of digital design and production, expert in writing and editing, including utilizing AP style
• Ability to clearly articulate brand features and benefits through excellent written and graphic communication, presenting the uniqueness of Landmark in a positive manner to differentiate School programs in our industry and community.
• Highly creative with a designer’s eye
• Excellent interpersonal, collaboration, and relationship building skills to interact effectively with a diverse group of people and personalities, within and beyond Landmark Christian School
• Ability to plan, prioritize, coordinate, and manage own work in a fast-paced, highly productive environment. Ability to work productively without supervision, make high level decisions independently, and solve problems effectively and creatively
• Strategic thinker
• Excellent organizational skills with attention to the details
• Enthusiastic and supportive of God’s work and the MARCOM role at Landmark Christian School


Contact name: Paula Dobbs
Contact email address: pdobbs@landmark-cs.org


College Counselor

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Notre Dame Academy
College Counselor
Notre Dame Academy is a Marist Catholic and International Baccalaureate World School serving students in grade pre-k through high school and located in Duluth, Georgia.
The role of the College Counselor is to assist 9-12 graders with college planning, college applications and personal resumes, college admissions timelines and college visitation strategies. Leads parent –teacher conferences. Reports to the Upper School Principal. This is a full-time 10-month position effective August 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Assists 9-12 graders with all aspects of college planning
• Advises students and parents regarding various national testing options, timelines and strategies
• Assists with college applications, essay development and personal resumes
• Assists students with development of timelines for the college admissions process
• Provides direction regarding college visitation strategies
• Assists in interview skill development
• Provides direction regarding course selection and extracurricular selection
• Writes student recommendations
• Assists students with identifying scholarship options and the application process
• Leads parent-teacher conferences and presentations
• Coordinates on-site college visits
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Master’s degree in School Counseling
• Experience in college counseling
• High School experience with college applications and writing recommendation letters required
• Experience with national testing such as PSAT, AP Exams the ACT Aspire a plus
• A respect for the teachings of the Catholic Church

Job Posting Contact Name and Title: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager
Contact Email: Submit cover letter, resume and references to employment@ndacademy.org. For additional information go to: www.ndacademy.org/our-story/employment.
Job Posting date: 12/8/2017


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: ddoverspike@ndacademy.org


Math Department Chair

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Math Department Chair
The department chair has curricular, supervisory, and administrative responsibilities. The department chair has a passion for academics and for encouraging teachers in best practice methodology. In this role, the department chair reports to the Associate Head of School and serves on the Wesleyan Academic Council.
Qualifications: Master's Degree in Education or Math; strong interpersonal/leadership skills; excellent organizational skills; ability to guide and evaluate faculty; a vision for the Math Department.


Contact name: Ramona Blankenship
Contact email address: rblankenship@wesleyanschool.org


Upper School Mathematics Teacher

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Upper School Mathematics Teacher
Notre Dame Academy is a Marist Catholic and International Baccalaureate World School serving students in grade pre-k through high school and located in Duluth, Georgia.

The role of the Upper School Mathematics Teacher is to teach courses across multiple levels, incorporate curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons, and report to the Upper School Principal. This is a full-time 10-month position, effective August 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Planning- Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons, including measurable outcomes, a variety of instructional materials, planned activities and authentic assessments
• Student Evaluation- Provides fair, reliable and understandable grade structure, utilizes a variety of assessment techniques
• Records- Maintains accurate records of student achievement
• Referral- Refers students who are low/high achieving to Learning Specialist
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
• Bachelor’s Degree, preference given to Master’s Degree (in Mathematics Education)
• Previous teaching experience in secondary setting
• Experience in teaching IB
• A respect for the teachings of the Catholic Church
• Experience using instructional technology
Job Posting Contact Name and Title: Debi Doverspike, Human Resources Manager
Contact Email: Submit cover letter, resume and references to employment@ndacademy.org
Job Posting date: 02/12/2018


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: ddoverspike@ndacademy.org


Mathematics Teacher

School: Atlanta Girls' School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Atlanta Girls’ School is the only independent school for girls in Atlanta, serving girls in grades
6–12. AGS authentically lives its mission of inspiring girls to “Be Bold”. Current enrollment is
248 students.
Atlanta Girls’ School provides a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning
environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become
a vital contributor to our complex global society.
POSITION OVERVIEW
The faculty member will be employed full time, working such hours and carrying out such
duties as are normally associated with an educational position (including classroom and non-
classroom duties). All faculty members must hold a Bachelor’s degree and have 3-5 years of
teaching experience. A Master’s degree in the content area is preferred. Department Chair
positions require a Master’s degree, 5-7 years of teaching experience, and demonstrated
management and leadership skills in a similar or related role.
Applicants should have demonstrated success in working effectively with students, parents, and
colleagues and have a commitment to best practices in teaching and learning. Strong
communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills, as well as creativity, are desired to
join a highly relational and dedicated faculty. Experience in an all-girls’ school environment is
highly desirable. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and statement of educational philosophy
to the attention of Sandy Barner at sbarner@atlantagirlsschool.org.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

• Experience teaching Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II
• Teach up to five course sections or the equivalent
• Plan and prepare lessons and instructional strategies which support the mission
• Serve as an advisor to a group of 8-12 students
• Attend all required meetings, keep all records, and prepare and file all reports as required

Atlanta Girls’ School  3254 Northside Parkway, NW  Atlanta, GA 30327 

404.845.0900

Fax 404.869.9718  www.atlantagirlsschool.org

and directed by the school
• Create a learning environment that is clean, attractive, safe, positive, caring, and fosters
active involvement of all students
• Collaborate within and across departments to enhance the vision of the program
• Integrate technology meaningfully in lessons and units of study
• Apply interdisciplinary learning and differentiation across the curriculum
• Actively engage in the life of the school community and extra-curricular programs
REQUIREMENTS
 Bachelor’s Degree and 3-5 years teaching experience
 Master’s degree in content area preferred
 Excellent oral and written communication skills
 Strong organizational skills
 Ability to collaborate, problem-solving skills, and creativity
 The position requires the physical and sensory abilities necessary to work in a Middle and
Upper School teaching/learning environment, sitting at a desk and moving around the
classroom and common areas inside and outside of the school and occasionally lifting up
to 30 lbs.
 Employee must have a valid Georgia driver’s license or the ability to obtain a valid Georgia
driver's license

The Atlanta Girls’ School participates in E-Verify to confirm authorization to work.


Contact name: Sandy Barner
Contact email address: sbarner@atlantagirlsschool.org


Upper School Science Teacher

School: Atlanta Girls' School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Atlanta Girls’ School is the only independent school for girls in Atlanta, serving girls in grades 6–12. AGS authentically lives its mission of Inspiring Girls to Lead Lives of Purpose. Current enrollment is 248 students.

Atlanta Girls’ School provides a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become a vital contributor to our complex global society.

Position Overview

The faculty member will be employed full time, working such hours and carrying out such duties as are normally associated with an educational position (including classroom and non-classroom duties). All faculty members must hold a Bachelor’s degree and have 3-5 years of teaching experience. A Master’s degree in the content area is preferred. Department Chair positions require a Master’s degree, 5-7 years of teaching experience, and demonstrated management and leadership skills in a similar or related role.

Applicants should have demonstrated success in working effectively with students, parents, and colleagues and have a commitment to best practices in teaching and learning. Strong communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills, as well as creativity, are desired to join a highly relational and dedicated faculty. Experience in an all-girls’ school environment is highly desirable. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and statement of educational philosophy to the attention of Sandy Barner at sbarner@atlantagirlsschool.org.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

¥ Experience teaching AP, Honors, and/or College-Preparatory science courses
¥ Teach up to five course sections or the equivalent
¥ Plan and prepare lessons and instructional strategies which support the mission
¥ Serve as an advisor to a group of 8-12 students
¥ Attend all required meetings, keep all records, and prepare and file all reports as required and directed by the school
¥ Create a learning environment that is clean, attractive, safe, positive, caring, and fosters active involvement of all students
¥ Collaborate within and across departments to enhance the vision of the program
¥ Integrate technology meaningfully in lessons and units of study
¥ Apply interdisciplinary learning and differentiation across the curriculum
¥ Actively engage in the life of the school community and extra-curricular programs
REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s Degree and 3-5 years teaching experience
• Master’s degree in content area preferred
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Strong organizational skills
• Ability to collaborate, problem-solving skills, and creativity
• The position requires the physical and sensory abilities necessary to work in a Middle and Upper School teaching/learning environment, sitting at a desk and moving around the classroom and common areas inside and outside of the school and occasionally lifting up to 30 lbs.
• Employee must have a valid Georgia driver’s license or the ability to obtain a valid Georgia driver's license

The Atlanta Girls’ School participates in E-Verify to confirm authorization to work.


Contact name: Sandy Barner
Contact email address: sbarner@atlantagirlsschool.org


Director of Communications

School: The Howard School
Available Position: Administrator, Non-teaching Staff
Description:

The Director of Communications will lead, plan, direct and implement overall strategies for all communications and marketing on behalf of The Howard School in order to raise visibility, advance its brand, and articulate clear messaging to internal and external constituencies. Leads the generation of online content that engages the community audience and leads to measurable action. Manages the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic material, including the website, to ensure current and consistent information is being shared and updated through article links, stories, newsletters and events). Coordinates all communications with all divisions of the school and manages the master communications calendar. Develops a community ambassador and brand program.

Essential Job Duties/Responsibilities:
• Plan and implement, in cooperation with the Director of Advancement and the Director of Admissions, a comprehensive long-range marketing and communications plan including outreach into the community and internal and external communications. Review, evaluate, and update this plan as needed. Represent the school and be an active participant in the community.
• Handles all communications for The Howard School, following the established communications plan. Working with the Advancement Coordinator, develops editorial calendars for multiple platforms, oversees all social media, printing, poster output, and other communications related tasks. Provides oversight, working with the Advancement Coordinator, and in conjunction with the Director of Admissions and the Board of Trustees, to create an overall marketing plan for the school. Promotes the School image in the community.
• Develop and manage an integrated online presence on social media platforms.
• Update and implement existing Communications plan working with all divisions of the school to ensure a clear message and process.
• Manage media relations, including writing and distributing press releases and cultivating relations with local media.

JOB DESCRIPTION
• Attend and photograph on- and off-site School events; maintain the archival photo library for all Howard School events. • Review the production of all school publications, event invitations and programs, Parents Association materials, etc. • Collaborate with Admissions Office on admissions-themed advertisements, marketing materials, events, tours, informational sessions and relationships with other schools.
• Produce, the Insights Annual Report and the monthly Howard Highlights newsletter, and develop and approve emails to go out to the community and maintain consistency in marketing plan.
• Oversee the maintenance of the School website, along with the Advancement Coordinator, Assistant Head of School and the Director of Assistive and Instructional Technology.
• Maintain relationships with website vendors, photographers, graphic designers and printing firms.
• Maintain common editorial and graphic standards across School publications for branding reputation and integrity.
• Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the job.

Non-Essential Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Any tasks as assigned by Head of School or Director of Advancement and/or her/his designee.
Physical Requirements:
Audible hearing and voice. Lifting up to 75 lbs. (special events set-ups), kneeling, bending and stooping.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five (5) years Communications and Marketing experience required.
• Experience in independent school setting preferred.
• Technical skills that support the essential job duties and responsibilities as described above.
• Ability to write, edit and design for departmental publications.
• Demonstrated experience with photography, videography, website content management and design, and social media marketing.
• Proven track record as an independent and goal-oriented manager with a dedication to meeting deadlines
• Ability to write for multimedia.
• Knowledge of appropriate standards and formatting for online media.
• Ability to use current computer software and e-mail systems.
• Public speaking experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Excellent organizational skills.

The School may revise this job description at any time. It is not a contract of employment. All employment at the School is at-will, such that employment may be terminated by either party at any time


Contact name: Claudia Ramos
Contact email address: cramos@howardschool.org


Faculty Fellows

School: Wesleyan School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The Wesleyan Faculty Fellows Program is designed to give one year of guidance, training, and experience to recent college graduates considering teaching as a career.
The Fellows Program provides individuals having little or no prior relevant teaching experience with the opportunity to develop teaching skills in a supportive environment in which they are given a great deal of responsibility and independence.
Interested candidates must complete the faculty fellows application found on the Wesleyan website, https://www.wesleyanschool.org/page/about/employment/faculty-fellows-program.


Contact name: Donna Dixon, Faculty Fellows Coordinator for Recruitment
Contact email address: ddixon@wesleyanschool.org


Long-Term Substitute Kindergarten Teacher

School: Notre Dame Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Teach, design and implement a program for instruction. Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons, including measurable outcomes, a variety of instructional materials, planned activities and authentic assessments. Reports to Early Years Campus Principal. This is a Long Term Substitute teaching position, February-April 2018.

To apply: submit cover letter, resume and references to employment@ndacademy.org

For additional information go to www.ndacademy.org/our-story/employment


Contact name: Debi Doverspike
Contact email address: employment@ndacademy.org


Music Teacher- Long Term Substitute

School: Immaculate Heart of Mary School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Immaculate Heart of Mary School, conveniently located near I-85 in northeast Atlanta, is seeking a long term music substitute teacher to begin in early 2018. This position instructs all students in grades K-8, heads the music ministry during weekly school Masses, and oversees the school choir. Interested candidates should send resume to Kellie DesOrmeaux, Principal, IHM School-kdesormeaux@ihmschool.org.


Contact name: Kellie DesOrmeaux, Principal
Contact email address: kdesormeaux@ihmschool.org


Substitute Teacher

School: The Cloverleaf School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The Cloverleaf School empowers neurodiverse students to become more Capable, Considerate, Connected, & Creative through student-centered, whole-body learning. We take “Quo Vadis?” (“Where are you going?”) as our motto because we believe every child is on their own path and we are here to guide them toward their fullest potential.

The role of the substitute teacher is to implement prepared lesson plans and provide students with support in the absence of the classroom teacher.

Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- One year substitute/teaching experience
- Special education experience preferred
- Ability to pass a criminal background and reference check

Responsibilities:
- Maintain as fully as possible the established routines and procedures of the school and classroom to which assigned
- Assume all duties of the absent teacher promptly, including lunch, playground, carpool, and cleaning duties
- Meet and instruct assigned classes in the locations and at the times designated
- Carry out the lesson plans left by the absent teacher
- Occasionally accompany Cloverleaf teachers and students on weekly hikes or community outings
- Meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students as much as possible
- Maintain a positive learning atmosphere in the classroom
- Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities
- Leave the classroom as neat as possible with things approximately in the same place they were found
- Leave the absent teacher detailed notes about how the day went

For a complete job description and to apply, please visit our website: www.cloverleafschool.org/employment.


Contact name: Sharonda Frazier
Contact email address: sharonda.frazier@cloverleafschool.org


Technology Integration Specialist

School: Atlanta Speech School
Available Position:
Description:

Atlanta Speech School: Technology Integration Specialist

Start Date: August 2017

The mission of the Atlanta Speech School is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. The School is now the nation’s most comprehensive center for language and literacy, with four schools, five clinics, summer programs and a professional development center. Each day extraordinarily dedicated and talented individuals make profound differences in the lives of the children and adults we serve here and across our state in partnership with other organizations. Please visit our website for a closer look at our work: www.atlantaspeechschool.org

The Atlanta Speech School is currently seeking applicants for the position of Technology Integration Specialist for the 2017-18 school year. The candidate will embrace our goal of becoming leaders in integrating technology into our classrooms and equipping students with the adaptive tools needed to support their learning when they transition to new schools. Continual professional growth and reflection are important characteristics to lead our instructional technology program.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties of the Position:

 Demonstrate familiarity with methods for integrating technology into the school curriculum as well as methods for measuring student outcomes;

 Display familiarity with assistive technology methods, software, and interactive learning approaches for students with learning disabilities;

 Establish an instructional technology curriculum based on and aligned with content standards and consistent with national technology standards;

 Ensure that instructional practices related to technology instruction are consistent with the unique needs of children with hearing loss, dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities, and speech-language disorders; as well as with preschool children

 Develop professional learning activities that include in-class demonstrations, web-based tutorials, didactic lessons, web-based resource center, and other accessible methods of instruction for teachers;

 Stay abreast of key learning theories and research trends as well as methods of integrating technology into classroom instruction, and adaptive technology methods;

 Provide technical assistance and collaborate with coordinators and teachers to determine effective digital tools and resources for all learners;

 Develop a long-range strategic plan to guide technology integration program development;

 Serve as chairperson of the School’s Technology Committees;

 Maintain budget for software, curriculum, and other technology-related resources, and consultation with the Technology Director recommend hardware; and

 Model and facilitate the safe, legal, and ethical uses of technology and digital information.

Qualifications and Requirements:

 Master’s Degree in Education with experience in technology integration in schools, curriculum design, and instructional technology preferred, or a Masters Degree in Instructional Technology

 Consideration will also be given to other candidates who have five or more years of experience in curriculum design, technology integration in schools, and instructional technology

 A current Georgia teaching certification, professional licensure or comparable credential in specialty field is preferred

 Computer knowledge of Windows (XP to Current) and Macintosh (8 to current), HTML, and Basic Networking. Strong background in Microsoft Office, Crystal Reports, Graphics Editing Software

 Experience creating, managing and editing video media, podcasting, and video capture software (e.g., Camtasia)

 Understanding of social networking and the integration of social networking in the classroom and parent communication technology

 Familiarity with assistive technology software packages such as Dragon Naturally Speaking and Read Write Gold

 Experience working with and developing material for Learning Management Systems

 Strong verbal and written communication skills

 An appreciation for working in a collaborative environment


BENEFITS
Salary is commensurate with experience. This full-time position offers a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance; the School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during working hours; and accrued personal and sick leave.

TO APPLY
Please submit all of the following documents by July 14, 2017 to ensure that your information is considered: cover letter, resume, college transcript, and written submission describing how your particular skills, talents, and/or expertise could be beneficial to the Atlanta Speech School (please limit to 500 words).

CONTACT
Iris Goodson
Director of Human Resources
hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Technology Integration Specialist

No phones calls, please
The Atlanta Speech School provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.


Contact name: Iris Goodson- Director of Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject Line: Technology Integration Specialist


Middle School Science Teacher

School: Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School, a Catholic pre-K through eighth grade school located in Brookhaven, seeks a full-time middle school Science Teacher with a current Georgia teaching certificate. Master’s degree is preferable. Teaching responsibilities would include science for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. Please apply via email with a cover letter and detailed resume to lcordell@olaschool.org. No phone calls please.


Contact name: Mrs. Lisa Cordell
Contact email address: lcordell@olaschool.org


Director of Annual Giving

School: Landmark Christian School
Available Position: Administrator
Description:

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Position: Director of Annual Giving
School Profile: Founded in 1989, Landmark Christian School is a well-respected, non-denominational, independent, college preparatory school with more than 800 students. It is located in Fairburn, Georgia just off I-85 fifteen miles south of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The school is seeking an energetic professional to serve as its first Director of Annual Giving. The successful candidate will lead the continued growth of the annual campaign with a goal of eclipsing $1 million consistently within five years.
Landmark Christian School seeks to honor Jesus Christ by equipping college-bound students to become lifelong servant leaders in their communities and in the world. We partner with Christian families to pursue and nurture excellence in the spiritual, academic, artistic, physical, and social growth of our students. We offer a comprehensive, academically rigorous K4-12 education within a non-denominational, Christ-centered worldview. To learn more, visit our website - https://www.landmarkchristianschool.org/page/home#about-us
Position Description: The Director of Annual Giving will report to the Director of Advancement and serve the school’s mission as part of a team of four professionals within the Office of Advancement. The director will oversee the day-to-day execution of Landmark Christian School’s annual giving program, including the creation and support of an annual campaign volunteer team, and participate in other philanthropic initiatives as assigned. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years fundraising experience and possess sophistication in these areas:

1. Independent school institutional advancement
2. Conceiving, planning, and executing a multi-faceted annual giving program
3. Grooming a portfolio of 50+ customers using face-to-face contact
4. Recruiting, training and motivating volunteers
5. Blackbaud’s Raiser’s Edge
6. Prioritizing goals, objectives and workload
7. Written and oral communication skills
8. Servant-leadership within the team construct
9. Impeccable attention to detail
10. Discretion with confidential information

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree preferred along with a minimum of three years’ experience in the field including solicitation and volunteer management.
Salary and Benefits: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and includes an attractive benefits package with opportunities for professional development.
Special Note: This is a full-time, 12-month position that does not require out of town travel, but will require occasional evening and weekend duties with advanced notice.
How to Apply: Please email a cover letter, LinkedIn profile address, resume and the names & contact information of three professional references to Martin J. Riggs, Director of Advancement, at mriggs@landmark-cs.org. Reference the Director of Annual Giving search in the subject line. Application deadline is June 30, 2017.
* Additionally, complete and sign the following application and statement of faith scanning and emailing both documents with the materials listed above. Both can be downloaded by clicking here - https://www.landmarkchristianschool.org/page/about-us/employment


Contact name: Martin Riggs
Contact email address: mriggs@landmark-cs.org


Substitute Specialist

School: The Atlanta Speech School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

Substitute Specialist: The Atlanta Speech School

Start Date: August 2017
The Atlanta Speech School has evolved over its 78 years into the nation’s most comprehensive center for language and literacy – earning a rising national reputation as the educational equivalent of a teaching hospital. The School attracts a staff of the most gifted and committed teaching professionals who apply the research of the nation’s leading brain development and educational experts to achieve transformational language and literacy outcomes for children through its four school divisions, five clinical programs, and Rollins Center for Language & Literacy (“Rollins Center”) professional development program. The School has never turned away a child in need of services based on his or her family’s financial circumstances. All of the School’s efforts are interrelated and intentional, creating a circle of impact that is continually refined and strengthened across all programs. Our mission is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. Please visit our website for further information: www.atlantaspeechschool.org.

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Atlanta Speech School is seeking an organized and dependable Substitute Specialist to begin August 2017. As a school that always challenges itself to grow in our ability to achieve our mission, we seek a candidate who embodies that same spirit of curiosity and tolerance, commitment to excellence, and ability to both innovate and execute. All work is accomplished in the context of reflecting the highest standards in advancing the mission, values, and principles of the Atlanta Speech School.
The Substitute Specialist is responsible for filling temporary classroom vacancies when teachers are absent. It demands ongoing communication with substitute and classroom teachers to ensure that assignments and the classroom experiences are optimal for students. Providing each substitute teacher an orientation to the School and to his/her assigned classroom is a responsibility that is critical to the successful transition to the classroom. Managing the electronic communication system and training teachers and substitute teachers in its use are other key responsibilities of this position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Fill the role of substitute teacher as first response to absences
• Manage the system for coordination and assignment of substitute teachers, including the AESOP system
• Maintain a pool of active, high quality substitute teachers
• Assign substitute teachers to fill all classroom needs
• Provide orientation to all substitute teachers
• Train new and current staff on AESOP system
• Ensure ongoing communication with substitute and School teachers in order to maintain an efficient and effective system
• Inform relevant coordinators of substitute teacher assignments in their respective departments
• Provide reports and feedback to teachers and coordinators
• Assist substitute teachers to obtain classroom materials if no lesson plans are available
• Maintain records for each substitute that will include, at minimum, attendance logs and feedback regarding his/her work performance

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
• Demonstrated successful classroom experience, preferably with children with special needs
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Great interpersonal and organization skills
• Excellent computer skills
• Demonstrated ability to work independently

SALARY: Salary is commensurate with experience.
BENEFITS:

This 190-day, full-time position offers a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance; the School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; subsidized meals during working hours; and accrued sick leave.

TO APPLY:

Please provide a cover letter, resume, certification, transcripts, and writing sample via e-mail by June 2, 2017. The writing sample should describe what you consider to be essential qualities that a teacher must possess in order to be effective. The sample should be no more than 500 words.

CONTACT:

Iris Goodson
Director of Human Resources
hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Substitute Specialist

The Atlanta Speech School, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, or disability.


Contact name: Iris Goodson- Director of Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject Line: Substitute Specialist


After Care Support (Part-Time)

School: The Howard School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The After Care Support will create a dynamic, safe and enriching program after the school day hours. The Facilitator will supervise student recreational activities, provide mentoring for homework and facilitate enrichment activities.

2:00 – 5:30 PM, Monday – Friday, following the school calendar. (Flexible as needed)

Please see http://www.howardschool.org/employment for a complete job description, essential functions and qualifications.


Contact name: Claudia Ramos
Contact email address: cramos@howardschool.org


K-6 Afterschool Coordinator

School: Atlanta Speech School
Available Position: Non-teaching Staff
Description:

K-6 Afterschool Coordinator

Start Date: August 2017
The Atlanta Speech School has evolved over its 78 years into the nation’s most comprehensive center for language and literacy – earning a rising national reputation as the educational equivalent of a teaching hospital. The School attracts a staff of the most gifted and committed teaching professionals who apply the research of the nation’s leading brain development and educational experts to achieve transformational language and literacy outcomes for children through its four school divisions, five clinical programs, and Rollins Center for Language & Literacy (“Rollins Center”) professional development program. The School has never turned away a child in need of services based on his or her family’s financial circumstances. All of the School’s efforts are interrelated and intentional, creating a circle of impact that is continually refined and strengthened across all programs. Our mission is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. Please visit our website for further information: www.atlantaspeechschool.org.
The After School Program is seeking a self-motivated and enthusiastic Afterschool Coordinator who will advance the mission of the School by his/her work. This is a part-time position (27 hours per week) Monday – Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Friday 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. The person selected for this position will be responsible for conducting and supervising social/recreational/educational programs. Additionally, the Afterschool Coordinator will be in charge of class preparation, updating the School’s website, and communicating with parents of children enrolled in the After School Program.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

A bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Physical Education, Elementary Education or related fields is required. Must have the ability and desire to partake in lively discussion and engagement with school age children, while fulfilling responsibilities in accordance with the after school program policies. Previous teaching experience with school age children is preferable.
Among the many programs at the Atlanta Speech School, children and adults with hearing loss and language processing difficulties are served. Therefore, the clarity of an applicant’s speech and language may be part of the hiring decision as they relate to performing the essential functions of the position.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Oversee and manage the day-to-day logistics of the after school program
• Demonstrate robust and active engagement with children during all after school activities
• Engage parents of students as students enter and leave the after-school program
• Participate in After School classes
• Plan and prepare materials for classes
• Supervise all activities to ensure safety at all times
• Maintain a safe and class-ready environment
• Assist in outdoor playground supervision
• Assist in homework supervision
• Organize materials at the end of the day
• Update and maintain the after school portion of the website
• Maintain certification in Pediatric First Aid and CPR
• Complete in-service training and professional development programs
• Demonstrate proficiency in the use of spreadsheets, email, social media, word processing, and presentation computer programs

SALARY: Salary is commensurate with experience.
BENEFITS:
This is a part-time position. Benefits available to part-time staff include cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services and meals during working hours; generous holiday schedule; and accrued sick time.

TO APPLY:
Please provide a cover letter, resume, certification, transcripts, and writing sample via e-mail by May 12, 2017. The writing sample should describe what you consider to be essential qualities that an Afterschool Coordinator must possess in order to be effective and examples in which you have demonstrated these qualities. The sample should be no more than 600 words.

CONTACT:
Iris Goodson
Director of Human Resources
hr@atlantaspeechschool.org

Subject line: Afterschool Coordinator


Contact name: Iris Goodson- Director of Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject Line: Afterschool Coordinator


Reading Specialist for Children with Language-Based Learning Disabilities

School: Atlanta Speech School- The Wardlaw School
Available Position:
Description:

The Atlanta Speech School

Reading Specialist for Children with Language-Based Learning Disabilities: The Wardlaw School

Start Date: August 2017

The mission of the Atlanta Speech School is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. Established in 1938, the Atlanta Speech School serves children and adults with speech, hearing, language, or learning disabilities through clinical and educational programs, in addition to providing professional development for teachers and educators in partner schools and preschools. All of our programs are built upon a foundation of caring instruction, based on proven research, and strengthened with a depth of academic and clinical knowledge. We encourage applications for employment from professionals seeking meaningful careers and who are committed to the mission, values, and principles of the School.

The Wardlaw School for children with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities is currently seeking an outstanding professional to serve as a reading specialist in our multi-disciplinary, collaborative educational environment. www.atlantaspeechschool.org.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Wardlaw School is dedicated to serving children with average to very superior intelligence and mild to moderate language-based learning disabilities including dyslexia (reading disability). Children accepted into the Wardlaw School may exhibit underlying auditory and/or language processing problems that make it difficult for them to learn in their present educational setting. Our students are between the ages of 5 and 12 years old and are in kindergarten through 6th grade. Wardlaw School students typically have a diagnosis of dyslexia or “red flags” for dyslexia. They may also have difficulty understanding and/or using spoken language, expressing themselves through written language, or experience mathematical difficulties.

The Wardlaw School employs passionate professionals who strive to be leaders in their field and who are committed to excellence in the education of all children. Knowledge and understanding of research-based practices in the areas of language development, reading and math are the cornerstone for all that we do. We seek to hire innovators and thinkers who choose to work in an environment where they can truly make a difference in the life of a child. The Wardlaw School encourages all of its students, educators, specialists and clinicians to be engaged, perpetual learners.

REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION:
A Master’s degree in learning disabilities, reading or special education is required. In addition, all candidates should possess or be eligible for a current Georgia teaching certificate, eligibility for Georgia certification and/or certification from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association as appropriate. An understanding of the interaction between language and learning is expected and training in at least one multi-sensory reading method is required. Experience is preferred. The Wardlaw School is dedicated to ongoing staff development and provides opportunities for individuals to add to their repertoire of skills and methodology. We are looking for professionals who seek to be the best in their field and who enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment. Opportunities are available to present locally and nationally.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF THE POSITION:
• Plan and implement a remedial program of reading instruction for three groups of students enrolled in our full time program. Children in our program have a diagnosis of dyslexia and/or related language-based learning disabilities. Children are grouped by age, reading level and approach. Group size ranges from two to six. Our staff is trained in a variety of reading approaches and instructional decisions are made based upon a child’s learning profile and diagnostic teaching.
• Provide individual remediation to students identified as needing an increased level of instructional intensity and frequency.
• Administer standardized and informal tests to monitor progress
• Complete the reading section of two written reports per school year and participate in parent-teacher conferences as appropriate.
• Work within a collaborative framework maintaining communication with team members including your students’ lead classroom teachers, parents, director, speech-language pathologist.
• The position is full time (5 days per week 7:45-2:45)
BENEFITS:
Salary is commensurate with experience.

This 187-day, full-time school position offers a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance; the School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during work hours; and accrued sick leave.

TO APPLY:
Please submit all of the following documents by March 15, 2017 to ensure that your information is considered: cover letter, resume, copies of certificates and/or license, college transcript, and written submission describing how your particular skills, talents, and/or expertise would be beneficial to the Wardlaw School (please limit to 500 words).

Email: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org
Subject line: Wardlaw Reading Specialist

Please no phone inquiries

The Atlanta Speech School provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject line: Wardlaw Reading Specialist


Full-Time Classroom Teacher

School: Atlanta Speech School-Wardlaw Upper School
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

The Atlanta Speech School
Full-Time Classroom Teacher in the Wardlaw Upper School
for Children with Language-Based Learning Disabilities

Start Date: August 2017
The mission of the Atlanta Speech School is to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. Established in 1938, the Atlanta Speech School serves children and adults with speech, hearing, language, or learning disabilities through clinical and educational programs, in addition to providing professional development for teachers and educators in partner schools and preschools. All of our programs are built upon a foundation of caring instruction, based on proven research, and strengthened with a depth of academic and clinical knowledge. We encourage applications for employment from professionals seeking meaningful careers and who are committed to the mission, values, and principles of the School. Please learn more about us at www.atlantaspeechschool.org.
The Wardlaw School for children with dyslexia is currently seeking an outstanding professional to serve as classroom teacher in our multi-disciplinary, collaborative educational environment.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Wardlaw School is dedicated to serving children with average to very superior intelligence and mild to moderate dyslexia (reading disability). Children accepted into the Wardlaw School may exhibit underlying auditory and/or language processing problems that make it difficult for them to learn in their present educational setting. Our students are between the ages of 5 and 12 years old and are in kindergarten through 6th level. Wardlaw School students typically have a diagnosis of dyslexia or “red flags” for the disorder. They may also have difficulty understanding and/or using spoken language, expressing themselves through written language, or experience mathematical difficulties.
The Wardlaw School employs passionate professionals who strive to be leaders in their field and who are committed to excellence in the education of all children. Knowledge and understanding of research-based practices in the areas of language development, reading and math are the cornerstone for all that we do. We seek to hire innovators and thinkers who choose to work in an environment where they can truly make a difference in the life of a child. The Wardlaw School encourages all of its students, educators, specialists and clinicians to be engaged, perpetual learners.

REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION:
A Master’s degree in learning disabilities, reading, speech/language pathology, or special education is required. All candidates should possess or be eligible for a current Georgia teaching certificate, eligibility for Georgia certification and/or certification from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association as appropriate. An understanding of the interaction between language and learning is expected and training in at least one multi-sensory reading method is desirable. Experience is preferred. The Wardlaw School is dedicated to ongoing staff development and provides opportunities for individuals to add to their repertoire of skills and methodology. We are looking for professionals who seek to be the best in their field and who enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment. Opportunities are available to present locally and nationally.
Among the many programs at the Atlanta Speech School, children and adults with hearing loss and language processing difficulties are served. Therefore, the clarity of an applicant’s speech and language may be part of the hiring decision as they relate to performing the essential functions of the position.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF THE POSITION:

 Plan and implement a remedial program of instruction for a class of nine or ten children, each with the diagnosis of mild to moderate dyslexia or language-based learning disability. Instructional emphasis and goals are derived from students’ psycho-educational evaluations and diagnostic teaching.
 Complete two written reports per school year and lead three parent-teacher conferences.
 Serve as the case manager for each student in the class to secure other services provided by the school or by referral to outside sources.
 Work within a collaborative framework with the Speech/Language Pathologist for your class to establish and implement appropriate language goals for each student within the class setting.
 Establish an effective means of communication with parents.
 Maintain student files.
 The position is full time (5 days per week 7:45-2:45)

BENEFITS:
Salary is commensurate with experience.

This 190-day, full-time school position offers a generous benefit package including health/dental/life/vision and long term disability insurance; the School subsidizes health insurance premiums of staff and families. Other benefits include Flexible Spending Account; 403(b) Plan; cost reduction of some Atlanta Speech School services; complimentary meals during work hours; and accrued sick leave.
TO APPLY:
Please submit all of the following documents to ensure that your information is considered: cover letter, resume, copies of certificates and/or license, college transcript, and written submission describing how your particular skills, talents, and/or expertise would be beneficial to the Wardlaw School (please limit to 500 words).

Email: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org
Subject line: Wardlaw 3rd-5th Grade Classroom Teacher

Please no phone inquiries.


Contact name: Human Resources
Contact email address: hr@atlantaspeechschool.org Subject line: Wardlaw 3rd-5th Grade Classroom Teacher


Principal of the Elementary School

School: The Epstein School
Available Position: Administrator
Description:

Summary: The Epstein School, a highly-recognized Independent Jewish Day School serving the metro Atlanta area, welcomes your application for Principal of the Elementary School.

School Background: The Epstein School – Solomon Schechter School of Atlanta – is a preschool – 8th grade Independent Jewish Day School serving 500 students. Each student is challenged and prepared to become a confident and engaged learner, and a knowledgeable and passionate leader of our local and global communities. We are committed to high quality educational practices and a collaborative team approach, and utilize differentiated instruction to meet the needs of a wide range of learners. We are dedicated to realizing the potential of our students in the arena of 21st century skills and teaching them the enduring value of richly reading a wide range of texts. Our bilingual program utilizes the proficiency model of language learning, and seamlessly integrates technology as one of many educational tools. We are an inclusive community guided by the principles and values of the Jewish people. Building on the strengths of the past, this is an ideal time to join our leadership team and help shape our school's future.

Position Scope and Responsibilities: The Principal of the Elementary School will be a member of the educational leadership team that includes the other two division Principals; Principal of Digital Learning and Technology; Principal of Learning, Teaching and Innovation; and the Head of School. The Principal of the Elementary School, working in collaboration with members of the professional community, will be responsible for:
• Leading and managing the day-to-day operations of the division with empathy, skill, compassion, humor, and a commitment to the greater good
• Leading all constituencies in creating a positive, nurturing learning environment that respects both the needs of the individuals and of the community by building a culture of trust, partnership and support
• Connecting authentically and joyfully with students, understanding the importance of each student being known and supported, and supporting the needs of a diverse student population
• Partnering effectively and genuinely welcoming input from a wide spectrum of perspectives to make clear, thoughtful decisions that are skillfully communicated
• Leading with vision and creativity in the resolution of issues, realization of initiatives and in forwarding of the school’s mission
• Clearly articulating and skillfully communicating the vision of the school and decisions made to inspire both internal and external constituents
• Serving as a resource, support, and guide to faculty on their work with children and families, curricular matters, and their ongoing growth as professionals
• Empowering faculty to innovate and make decisions that align with the student's needs and the school's approach
• Working with the faculty to ensure effective and consistent communications with the parents of each and every student
• Appreciating, welcoming and supporting the parents’ role in their children’s learning and growth and overseeing the support of individual students and their parents on matters of concern
• Collaborating with teachers and the educational leadership team to ensure that the educational program is coherent, continues to develop, is aligned across the school, and meets the needs of all students
• Working with the leadership team to create, modify, and implement faculty evaluation, support and induction programs that seek to ensure teachers are striving towards excellence and have the resources to succeed
• Partnering with school leadership to develop and implement a budget that balances the multiple needs of the division

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have/be:
• A leader who projects a compelling personal presence and engenders support through his/her knowledge, experience, creativity, vision, dedication, and guidance
• Be a visible presence in all areas of the school and enthusiastically represent it within the larger community
• An individual of high integrity and earned reputation who understands the importance of honor, commitment and confidentiality
• An experienced, energetic educational leader who is capable and committed to building and stewarding strong relationships and a committed learning community
• A good listener and communicator who is intuitive, thoughtful, considerate, compassionate, and strives to build relationships with others
• A life-long learner driven by curiosity, appropriate risk-taking, resilience, and possessing a growth mindset who is able to cultivate those characteristics in others

To apply: Send email to hiring-ESPrin@epsteinatlanta.org with a copy of your resume, cover letter, list of 3 professional references, and sample of writing focused on education. Competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage candidates with diverse experience or background to apply.


Contact name:
Contact email address: hiring-ESPrin@epsteinatlanta.org


Speech-Language Pathologist

School: Porter Academy
Available Position: Teacher
Description:

Part-time Speech-Language Pathology position is available at Porter Academy, a small school for children aged 4-14 with learning or developmental differences. You will be responsible for evaluating students (using SCAN:3-C, PPVT, EVT, and clinical observations), developing individual student goals, planning and implementing group-based speech-language interventions, and tracking student progress on goals throughout the year. The hours are Monday through Thursday 9:30-2:00, and the position is available immediately.


Contact name: Barbara Richard
Contact email address: brichard@porteracademy.org


Classroom Substitute

School: Springmont School
Available Position:
Description:

Springmont is currently accepting resumes for Classroom Substitutes to work with children in our Toddler (18 months – 3 years), Primary (3-6 years), Elementary (6-12 years) and Middle School (12-14 years) classes. Prior experience working with children of various ages is essential and a working knowledge of Montessori education is preferred. Flexibility is a must.

Springmont is a non-sectarian, accredited day school serving 260 students ages 1½ to 14 located on six wooded acres in north metro-Atlanta. Recognized as a premier independent, progressive school with a legacy of more than 50 years, we serve a unique and distinctive mission, and our graduates matriculate to competitive private area high schools. Springmont proudly employs a dedicated and experienced faculty and staff and offers on-going professional development, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, including health and dental insurance and retirement opportunities.

Springmont School provides equal employment opportunity without regard to an applicant’s race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, religion, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. Springmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If interested, please contact us at jobs@springmont.com. Please attach your cover letter and resume. Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.


Contact name:
Contact email address: jobs@springmont.com