ISO School Sitter in Stoneham

Stoneham family needs a part time babysitter Tuesday – Thursday for the entirety of the 2021-2022 school year to pick up our sweet, smart, and energetic 5 year old from pre school.Tuesday and Thursday pickup is at 2pm, Wednesday pickup at 11:30, all days until 5pm. Your own transportation is necessary and we hope you’ll be open to taking him to one after school activity during the week. Additionally, his 7 year old sister might also need care on occasion. References required as is Covid vaccination verification. 

Pay is commensurate with experience but starts at $15/hr

Please contact Sara at

PT Sitter/Nanny in South Boston

Our little family of three is looking for some part-time afternoon childcare help for our cute and curious just-turned-three-year-old, starting in early-to-mid June and extending through mid-September. We’re hoping to find someone interested in 15–20 hours/week, who would care for and play with our little guy from early afternoon to early evening, three to four days a week. We’re flexible on exact hours and days. We imagine this could be the perfect opportunity for a college or graduate student — in particular someone studying or otherwise interested in early-childhood education. There’s also the possibility of continuing with slightly different hours after the summer, once our son is back in preschool in the fall.

Compensation: $15-20 depending on experience


ISO Babysitter/Nanny

Want to know more about trucks, transformers or Paw Patrol, get a whole lot of energy out, and share ice cream snacks after school with a 4 year old? I am looking for a fun loving babysitter/nanny who is able to help during before school and after school hours for the remainder of this year and throughout next. If you have a car it is a bonus! If you want more hours over the summer, we can do that. I’ve always enjoyed babysitting/nannying and think it is important to feel a part of the family. If this interests you, let us know. Important to note, I am a foster mother so confidentiality is important and a Cori/background check would be necessary. Location – Medford 

Approximate Hours for the remainder of the year– I can be flexible with evening hours as I work in a neighboring school system: 

7:30 – 9:00 am daily 

2:00 – 3:00 pm Monday 2:00 – 5/5:30 pm Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 

Compensation – $15 – $20 an hour 

Thank you! Jennifer

Math Teaching Opportunity in Waltham

Vacancy: Grade 7 MATH at McDevitt Middle School, Waltham MA
We have a full time vacancy for a Grade 7 Math Teacher to join our team at McDevitt Middle School in Waltham, Massachusetts. We are looking for a teacher committed to engaging every student in a diverse urban middle school, to collaborative work with colleagues in our team structure, and to supporting the development of students’ conceptual understanding of mathematics. Come join our mission driven team! Apply at and feel free to email Principal Mike Sabin with questions or information at We are moving quickly so please apply now.

Vacancy: Grade 7 Science at McDevitt Middle School, Waltham MA

We have a full time SY 2021-2022 vacancy for a Grade 7 Science Teacher at McDevitt Middle School in Waltham, Massachusetts. We are looking for a dynamic science teacher with a commitment to inquiry-based and student-centered science instruction, and to engaging every student in a diverse urban middle school. Our school has a great work environment, with teachers working together collaboratively in both grade level content teams and interdisciplinary middle school teams. Apply to Job 1458 at and feel free to email Principal Mike Sabin with questions or information at While the posting may remain open, initial resume screening will take place on Tuesday, April 13

Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education: Annual Building Bridges Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education (MPDE) will be holding its annual Building Bridges Conference virtually this year on Wednesday April 28th from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST.

MPDE is committed to recruiting and assisting in producing career opportunities for educators and administrators from diverse backgrounds, and forming collaborative relationships that will enhance staff diversity within our schools districts.

Pre-register for event here.  There is no fee to attend.

Childcare in Wakefield

I am looking for someone from 2-4ish, Monday-Thursday for the remainder of the school year. I am located in Wakefield, and this would involve picking my 4 and 7 years olds up from their schools (clean driving record please). We have two dogs in the home, and ideally I would love to have someone who was comfortable taking them out in the yard when they first get there. We are careful in regards to COVID and would need the same from someone coming into our home.

I’m looking to pay $20/hour, but that could be flexible. This could extend beyond the school year for occasional nights/weekends in the future with the right fit.

Please contact me at 508-561-9794 or

Somerville Public Schools Diversity Recruitment Fair

The attendees of the fair will have a chance to hear from administrators, educators and students about the experience of working in Somerville. The representatives from our Human Resources department will be available to discuss potential job openings in Somerville Public Schools.

Additionally, the hiring managers (building principals and department chairs) will be present to virtually meet candidates and ask specific questions about specific buildings, district programs and/or open positions.

Please visit our virtual recruitment fair website page at:

To view all current vacancies, please visit us online at:

Associate at The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy

The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy’s mission is to improve public education through well-informed decision-making based on deep knowledge and evidence of effective policymaking and practice. As Massachusetts’ preeminent voice in public education reform, we create open spaces for educators and policymakers to consider evidence, discuss cutting-edge issues, and develop new approaches to advance student learning. Through our staunch commitment to independent, non-partisan research and constructive conversations, we work to promote an education system that provides every child with the opportunity to be successful in school and in life. For more information on the organization, visit

Position Overview The Associate plays a pivotal role on both short- and long-term tasks across a range of projects. Associates gain a broad understanding of how the Rennie Center works within the fields of education research, policy, and practice. This individual will primarily support the organization’s research and practice portfolios. This work will vary over time, but typical responsibilities will include providing project management for Rennie Center engagements, conducting research with schools and districts, supporting network-based improvement communities, and designing opportunities to share research findings with the broader field through public events and outreach.

Essential Functions

• Provide project management for one or more engagements. This includes developing project workplans based upon the scope of work, monitoring progress towards key deliverables, and communicating regularly with team members to ensure the scope of work is met.
• Play a lead role in research projects, including collecting data (primarily through qualitative methods), analyzing findings, administering surveys, and drafting reports.
• Assist with the design and execution of professional learning sessions for school and district staff.
• Plan and manage events including prepping speakers, overseeing logistics, creating agendas, and developing slides.

• Deep commitment to equity and promoting access to opportunity for historically marginalized communities
• Strong verbal and written communication skills, particularly in translating complex information into clear and concise messages
• Strong analytical skills, including the ability to collect and interpret data. Qualitative data analysis skills are required, quantitative skills are a plus
• Self-starter able to work in a fast-paced environment and complete projects independently
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and collaborate with others to move projects forward
• Awareness of policy environment and education reform issues, in Massachusetts and nationally
• Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel
• Master’s degree or 2+ years of experience in a relevant field

To Apply:
Send a resume and cover letter to Laura Dziorny, Deputy Director, at
We anticipate that the starting salary for this position will be approximately $60,000. Rennie Center employees also receive a generous benefits package. More information is available upon request.
The Rennie Center is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ applicants. This job description is subject to change at any time.