Category: teaching
Infant and Preschool Teacher Positions, TSC Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA
| August 17, 2018 | 10:39 am | teaching | Comments closed

Infant and Preschool Teacher Positions

TSC Childcare Center

Cambridge, MA USA

Benefits Offered: 401K, Dental, Medical

Employment Type: Full-Time

TSC Child Care, a NAEYC, employer sponsored early childhood program is seeking two talented and enthusiastic full time teachers – one Infant and one Preschool.

Applicants must be a team player, have strong communication skills and have a love of working with children, families and colleagues. Applicants should be able to develop a creative, age-appropriate curriculum that keeps the children engaged, learning and most importantly…having fun!

Applicants must be EEC teacher certified with a minimum of an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education.

TSC offers a warm and caring workplace, excellent salaries and generous benefits, including:

  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Excellent teacher-child ratios
  • Health Insurance – center pays (Individual 75% / Family 65%)
  • Dental Insurance – center pays 50%
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement – center covers 50% of health insurance deductible
  • 401K Retirement Plan
  • Flexible Spending Accounts – dependent care, MBTA passes and medical expenses
  • Disability and Accident Insurance
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Potential for anniversary and degree completion bonus recognition
  • Paid Professional Development
  • College Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Childcare Tuition Discount
  • 12-21 Vacation Days (starting Jan. 1) – dependent upon years of service
  • 12 Sick Days (starting Jan. 1)
  • Free On-Site Parking

If you are interested in joining our early childhood team, please email your resume to us! We look forward to hearing from you soon!

tscccc@dot.gov

Latin Position, Waltham High School, Waltham, MA
| August 17, 2018 | 10:24 am | teaching | Comments closed

A permanent Latin teaching position has now opened up at Waltham Public High School https://www.walthampublicschools.org/. It is part-time (.6). It is a benefited position and would only involve morning hours. Most days the teaching duties end at 9:30am. For further information, contact Cynthia Piantedosi, Head of the Language Department, at:

cynthiapiantedosi@walthampublicschools.org

Various Positions, Codman Academy Charter School, Boston, MA
| June 25, 2018 | 10:02 am | teaching | Comments closed

Open positions

School Psychologist, Bedford Public Schools, Bedford, MA
| May 22, 2018 | 10:00 am | teaching | Comments closed

BHS School Psychologist 18-19

Humanities and other Teaching Positions, Codman Academy Charter School, Boston, MA
| May 16, 2018 | 2:38 pm | School Administration, teaching | Comments closed

Postings

Various Positions, Brooke Charter Schools, Boston, MA
| May 7, 2018 | 2:55 pm | School Administration, School Psychology, teaching | Comments closed

Current Opportunities

Special Education Teacher, Winchester Public Schools
| May 7, 2018 | 10:58 am | teaching | Comments closed

Please call Elaine Kakambouras at ‭
(781) 726-0265‬ and  mention Anna Saropoulos from Tufts sent you this info!

(1/4) Immediate opening for Special Education Teacher assistant in substantially separate pre-k classroom for 3- 5 year olds with autism in Winchester Public  Schools,  M-F, 8:45-3 thru remainder of school year, June 25 with option to work during summer program. Work and train with special educator and Board Certified Behavior Analyst and join the educational team consisting of Speech,  Occupational, and  Physical Therapists. Lynch Elementary School, 10 Brentwood Rd., Winchester.

Executive Director, THE INSTITUTE FOR RECRUITMENT OF TEACHERS, Andover, MA
| April 30, 2018 | 1:42 pm | Higher Education, teaching | Comments closed

Executive Director

Time Management & Study Strategies Consultant, Academic Resource Center, Tufts University
| April 23, 2018 | 1:47 pm | teaching | Comments closed

Time Management & Study Strategies Consultant

Job Description:

The Academic Resource Center is seeking graduate students from various departments to work as Time Management and Study Strategies Consultants on the Medford campus or on the Boston SMFA campus. TM&SS Consultants meet one-on-one with Tufts undergraduate and graduate students to collaborate on their academic skills, their planning skills and their life balance. This includes working on calendaring, backwards planning, goal setting, prioritization, procrastination strategies, reading, note taking, test strategies, and relaxation skills. Consultants do not tutor students in specific topics; instead, we help them with general academic skills and building new habits. We are seeking applicants who have both strong people skills–who enjoy working with others one-to-one in a support role–as well as professionalism (reliable, organized, professional boundaries with students, etc.). Backgrounds in education, child development, occupational therapy, psychology, or counseling are relevant. We have had some wonderful consultants from other departments as well including UEP, Philosophy, English, Drama and the Fletcher School. No prior experience in time management or study strategies consulting is necessary, but we seek candidates with experience as tutors, teachers, counselors, or other helping professions. We strongly prefer candidates who are knowledgeable about learning differences and disabilities or have experience working with individuals with disabilities, especially ADHD and psychiatric diagnoses. Students who request Time Management and Study Strategies support come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Some are struggling academically while others are getting great grades, but feel burnt out. We are seeking applicants who can work the entire 2018-2019 academic year (Fall and Spring semesters). If you are considering finding a research or teaching position this year that could take 15-20 hours of your week, this is not a good time to apply to be a consultant. It would be detrimental to the program to hire you and train you in August and have you drop out before the year ends. Thank you for considering this before applying.

Previous TM&SS consultants have found the work personally and professionally beneficial: “Working for TM&SS has increased my repertoire of skills and strategies and has motivated me to “practice what I preach.” I leave my sessions with students feeling more inspired to be productive and to keep up with or get ahead of my own workload. I also feel that it will have an impact on my career. Occupational therapists generally work one-on-one with their clients and building rapport is crucial to the process. It is also important to look at the whole person rather than focusing in on just one aspect of their life. This helps you to better understand them as a person and to help them reach their goals more effectively. Goals also need to come from within the person, and they should not be generated by the consultant alone. These are all skills that I have been building while working as a TM&SS consultant.”

We are seeking graduate students who can work for the entire academic year until May 2019.  Applicants must be able to work at least 8 hours each week, which includes a combination of consulting sessions, and occasional supervisory meetings, and trainings. Applicants must also be able to commit to regular staff meetings once or twice a month during the academic year. Consultants have flexible hours: you set your own schedule with students. The Program Director, Claire Weigand, will provide training, materials, and ongoing support for new consultants. Applicants must be able to commit to attending the mandatory 35-hour training that will take place August 20-24, 2017 from 9:45am – 5:00pm each day. The training conflicts with Fletcher School August Presession Courses which are held the same week. Anyone taking a Fletcher August Presession course is not eligible to be a consultant this year. Those classes and this training meet at the same time, so it is impossible to do both. There will not be any work obligations during Orientation week.

To apply: Send email message to Claire Weigand (Assistant Director, Academic Resource Center) at Time.Management@tufts.edu with a cover letter detailing your interest in the position and related experience. Please attach your resume or CV and include any languages that you speak (note beginner, intermediate or advanced for each language). You can email any questions about the position to Ms. Weigand as well. Applications will be accepted until Friday, June 15 at 5pm, or until all vacancies are filled on a rolling basis; only applications submitted to the email address provided will be considered.

Available Openings         18

Hours                                 8.0 to 15.0 hours per week

Compensation                 $20.00/hour

Time Frame                       the whole academic year, August 2018-May 2019

Contact Name                  Claire Weigand

Contact Email                   time.management@tufts.edu

Work Location                  Medford Campus, SMFA campus

You can view the job posting on the Tufts Student Employment website at

https://tufts.studentemployment.ngwebsolutions.com/JobXJobDetail.aspx?JobId=9009

Various Positions, Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter Public School, Hyde Park, Boston, MA
| April 23, 2018 | 1:35 pm | School Administration, School Psychology, teaching | Comments closed

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