Summer 2022 Exam Operations Assistant Needed

Tufts University seeks a part-time temporary Exam Operations Assistant to support remotely proctored exams during the Summer 2022 academic terms.

Responsibilities: Under limited supervision, the Exam Operations Assistant plays a key role in facilitating remotely proctored exams on behalf of Tufts faculty. The Assistant will serve as the primary point of contact for faculty and students regarding remote proctored exams, and will fulfill a variety of complex responsibilities, including those listed below.

User Support

  • Consulting with faculty on remote proctoring options.
  • Assisting faculty with building exams in the Canvas Learning Management System.
  • Authoring and maintaining documentation for student and faculty audiences.
  • Responding to general inquiries from faculty and students and escalating matters to Online & Blended Learning colleagues as appropriate.
  • Limited proctoring of students using the Zoom web conferencing system.

Exam Administration

  • Scheduling exam windows through the ProctorU remote proctoring service.
  • Updating Canvas course sites with exam documentation and announcements.
  • Monitoring student exam reservations.
  • Arranging exam accommodations for authorized students.
  • Investigating technical and administrative incidents affecting remote exams and coordinating with colleagues and ProctorU representatives to resolve ongoing concerns.


  • Bachelor’s degree and 1–3 years of relevant work experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills, including the ability to balance conflicting priorities.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as an ability and willingness to learn new software applications.
  • Ability to work remotely for 15–20 hours per week, Monday–Friday


  • Previous experience working in a higher education setting.
  • Experience using remote collaboration tools, including Box and Zoom.
  • Experience administering or maintaining Canvas course sites.
  • Availability to work limited evening and weekend hours during periods of high demand.
  • Ability to work during daytime business hours (9:00am – 5:00pm ET), Monday–Friday.

Compensation & Employment Period: Compensation is $20 per hour. • Employment period is May 23–August 17, 2022, with the option to begin earlier.

Application Instructions: Email a resume and a short cover letter to Justin Lauzon at Candidates will be interviewed remotely via Zoom. Review of applications will begin immediately

Seeking School Psychologist for Perkins School for the Blind

We are hiring a new school psychologist for our Deafblind program at Perkins! It’s an 
awesome place to work – the person leaving the position is only doing so 
because she is moving across the country. An ideal candidate would be 
someone experienced in working with students with multiple disabilities 
and/or sensory impairments. The job includes testing, counseling, and 
lots of consult and family collaboration. The description mentions 
behavior planning but really there are BCBAs who manage that. Knowledge 
of sign is a plus but not required.

To learn more about the position and to apply, please use the link below.

Seeking Middle School Psychologist (Ashland, MA)

Job Description: Psychologist Ashland Middle School, a grade 6-8 building. Provide counseling, assessment and presentation in multidisciplinary team meetings for IEP eligibility.

Work in a middle school, providing psychological services including counseling, crisis intervention, and assessment for special education eligibility. Collaborate with special education teachers, general educators and related services professionals. The position is a full time position. 


  • DESE licensure as a school psychologist
  • Bilingual skill an asset

Primary Location: Ashland Middle School

Salary Range: Per Year

Shift Type: Full-Time

Job Contact Information

Kathryn Silva

Director of Student Services

AmeriCorps Position (Washington, DC)

The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service (Nashman Center) at the George Washington University in Washington, DC is recruiting recent college graduates, graduate students, and professionals to join our AmeriCorps VISTA cohort starting in July 2022. Our VISTA members receive a living allowance while serving full time for 1 year at a designated DC Public School, with DCPS Central Office, or at the Nashman Center.  

The GWServes VISTA program leverages partnerships to support youth and families in economically disadvantaged areas of Washington, DC. We are seeking individuals who are excited about learning and helping build more equitable communities.  

A list of open positions may be found in the attached recruitment flyer.

The deadline to apply is June 10 with an anticipated start date of July 18.  

To learn more about the GWServes VISTA program, visit   

For questions, please contact us at

Babysitting/part-time nanny job in South Boston

Our family of three is looking for some part-time childcare help for our just-turned-four-year-old, starting around the second half of June and extending through early-September (if possible). We’re in South Boston, right over the Broadway stop on the Red Line. Hoping to find someone interested in 15-20 hours/week, who would care for our son from early afternoon to early evening, three to four days a week. Our little one is active and curious, loves scooting, playgrounds, building with blocks, reading with grownups, visiting libraries and museums and more. We have memberships at most of the local kid-friendly museums and zoos, and easy access to a pool for hot days. Looking forward to hearing from anyone interested with early childcare experience, to share more about our family and needs and learn more about you. To note: There is also the possibility of continuing with some late afternoon hours during the next school year.

Compensation: $20-$22/ hour

Interested applicants should contact Andrew Sessa at

Postdoctoral Teaching Associates Positions

The Writing Program at Northeastern University is excited to be hiring a number of Postdoctoral Teaching Associates for 2022-23. 

Postdoctoral Teaching Associates teach a mix of first-year writing courses and disciplinary writing to advanced undergraduates. We are looking especially for candidates in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences who desire further training and specialization in the following areas of composition instruction: multilingual writing, social justice activism, antiracist pedagogies, community engagement, alternative assessment practices, online teaching, the digital humanities, and business, technical, and professional writing. 

Postdocs enjoy full-time faculty benefits and will enter the program as part of a collaborative cohort, with opportunities for pedagogical training and professional development. 
Applicants should review the full job posting here and contact our director, Laurie Nardone, at to apply. Review of applications will begin April 25th; prospective applicants are encouraged to submit soon.

Fellowship Opportunity

Fellow Positions for Recent US College Graduates 

The American College of Greece

Athens, Greece

Founded in 1875, The American College of Greece (ACG) is the oldest American-accredited college in Europe and the largest private college in Greece. ACG is made up of three divisions: Pierce (Pre-K through Lyceum /International Baccalaureate Diploma Program); Deree (undergraduate and graduate); Alba Graduate Business School. ACG divisions are located on three state-of-the-art, sustainable campuses in the heart of and outside Athens, the cultural and political capital of Greece. We believe in a well-rounded education and a vibrant student community, buzzing with academic societies and student clubs, sports teams, and we thrive on giving our students a real taste of an American education. 

To further highlight our American-founded base, we are excited to announce a new post-bachelor Fellowship program for new US university graduates. These Fellows will act as professional colleagues to our experienced staff while immersing themselves in the exciting Greek culture and life. 

We are pleased to offer several post-bachelor fellow positions for the 2022-2023 academic year:

US College Counseling Fellow

Working with our Director of US College Counseling, this Fellow will help introduce students to the unique philosophy of US education, will help facilitate writing workshops and one-on-one with students to provide writing support and feedback, and assist students in the US application process for college/university studies, as well as academic summer programs in the US. 

Elementary School Fellow (4 positions)

Fellows in these positions will support our English teachers in K-6 classes, assisting in traditional English class activities as well as songs, games, stories, theater, etc. Depending on their own past experiences, they will initially observe but will soon actively participate as teaching assistants, participating in lesson planning and onsite/online teaching. They will collaborate directly with the English Department Director and will carry out administrative duties when and where necessary. Eligible Fellows should enjoy working with children, be willing to share their own experiences, and have a passion for learning while they work.

In addition to learning about another culture and way of living, those interested in a career in teaching will have the unique opportunity to learn first-hand new and creative approaches to teaching for the future, how to run a bilingual classroom, state-of-the-art tech aids for teaching, congenial team-teaching, and more. 

Fellows will have 40 hours of duties per week from September until July which include class time, prep time, liaising with supervisor and colleagues, and taking part in our Pierce Leadership Academy,

To be considered for these positions, applicants must submit a CV/resume and an essay/statement of interest sharing why they believe are the right fit for the position and what they could bring to Pierce and its students. If selected for the next stage, they will be asked to complete an online application and submit two professional references. 

Completed application and supplementary documents must be submitted by April 15, 2022. Qualified applicants will be notified via email to arrange a Zoom interview. Zoom interviews will be held in late April and the selection process will finish before May 15, 2022.

Fellows receive their airfare to/from Greece, free room & board, medical insurance, basic Greek lessons, a monthly stipend, and can attend up to two undergrad or grad classes at Deree – The American College of Greece tertiary division.


All this, while living the dream in Greece – exploring the country, Europe, and a whole new and very different world.

Athens is the capital of Greece and the birthplace of democracy, arts, science, and philosophy. Home of Plato, Sophocles, Euripides, Aeschylus, and cradle of Western civilization, it has a recorded history span of over 3,400 years and has been inhabited since the 11th millennium BC. The city center is today an open air museum, a 3-km pedestrian “archaeological park.”

Athens boasts a perfect Mediterranean climate. The legendary Greek sunlight, the unique combination of history and contemporary growth, the coexistence of culture with breathtaking natural beauty, and a vibrant rhythm of life make for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Fellows will live within a short distance from exciting historical locations across Greece, will enjoy access to gorgeous mountains for hiking, and be an hour’s cruise away from some of the most beautiful islands in the world – all waiting to be explored.

We understand these are uncertain times with COVID-19. The Greek government’s response to the pandemic has been prompt and assertive. So far, 70% of Greek citizens have been vaccinated and the country is gradually returning to a state of normalcy. At Pierce, 95% of the faculty and staff are vaccinated and 82% of our student population. Our campus community has taken (and continues to take) multiple safety measures and precautions to protect our students, teachers, staff, and families who reside on campus. Although no community is COVID-free, we believe that our response demonstrates our commitment to the well-being of our school community. 

Join our family, contact us at to begin the application

Summer Camp Counselor

The Summer Counselor positions will help run our Boston-area camps and work directly with the girls leading hands-on STEM activities. The job description is below:

Hourly rate: $18-$30/hour, depending on experience/certifications

Job Description:

Join Girlstart’s efforts to educate and empower girls! Girlstart’s Summer Counselors (called STEM CREW –Creative, Resourceful, Empowered Women) work directly with 4th-5th girls leading hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math activities at weekly day camps. Improve your classroom management skills (including problem solving, critical thinking, & decision-making), teaching style (communication & presentation skills), leadership abilities, be part of a diverse team, and gain curriculum-writing experience. STEM CREW counselors serve as positive and fun role models for the girls!

More information can be found using the link below.