K-12 Teacher Positions SY24-45 (Waltham, MA)

Waltham Public Schools is seeking high quality candidates for the current and upcoming 2024-2025 school years. To learn more, see the PDF brochure pasted below.

To view available opportunities, please visit: https://wpsd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx


If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at:
617 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Beyond Akeela Head Advisor, Residential Leadership Role (Milton, MA)

Beyond Akeela, a summer program in the Boston metro area, is hiring for several head advisor positions in the summer. You can learn more about the specifics of the role here: Head Advisor Job Description. These leadership roles have been great fits for current or recently graduated School Psychology Masters students. The program provides opportunities for neurodivergent 16-19 year olds to build practice the social, organizational, and self-advocacy skills needed to thrive in college. Please visit the website or see the flyer below for more information on the job description.

Interested candidates should send their resume and any questions to Kevin Trimble, director of Beyond Akeela, at kevin@campakeela.com


Summer Teaching Fellow Program (Western Mass)

Northfield Mount Hermon isn’t just a school; it’s a vibrant, engaging and inclusive living and learning summer program for students in grades 7-12, in beautiful western Massachusetts. Since 1905, we have welcomed students from over 129 countries and all 50 states to our summer program, both to learn and to shape the future. Here, your passion for teaching and nurturing young minds will become a transformative experience.

Our NMH Summer Teaching Fellows Program is a hands-on, all-encompassing dive into the world of education. Picture yourself:

  • Interacting in the classroom: Assist lead teachers, plan and teach courses, and conduct extra-help sessions.
  • Inspiring beyond academics: Coach sports, supervise extracurricular activities, and be the mentor you always wished you had.
  • Engaging meaningfully: Advise a group of six to eight students, sharing in their joys, challenges, and growth.

Who Are We Looking For?

  • Do you have a strong academic record and a heart that beats for teaching? Do you seek to make a difference? Are you ready for a challenge? Are you passionate about equity, inclusion, and anti-racist education? If yes, you are exactly the person we need.

What Are the Benefits?

  • Your reward: In addition to a competitive salary, you’ll enjoy the comfort of housing and meals. It’s like being part of a big, supportive family.
  • Your team: You’ll join 30 dedicated summer teaching fellows, each bringing their own unique spark to NMH.
  • Your guides: You’ll learn from seasoned educators who are expert teachers and will become lifelong mentors.

Ready to Hop On Board? Join Us!

  • Apply early! Here is the application form. We post the position on Handshake and other college platforms and start reviewing applications in December. We hire on a rolling basis, so while the deadline is Feb. 1, 2024, we highly recommend submitting your application ASAP.
  • What do you need to apply? An application form, a resume, a personal statement explaining why you are suited to this position, a transcript (GPA 3.0+), and two letters of recommendation.
  • Additional notes: Whether you’re a rising college junior or senior, a recent graduate, or a grad student, you’re welcome at NMH Summer. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents or have visa-free work eligibility. 
  • Please reach out to us at summer@nmhschool.org with any questions.

Tutor for High School Student (West Medford, MA)

Family seeks tutoring and academic support for our high school student 2-3 times per week. The ideal candidate will have experience working with kids, ability to help with Spanish, Math, and support executive functioning tasks. Tutor must be able to use their own transportation/public transportation to our West Medford home (1.8 miles from campus).  We are ideally seeking someone who is available for the full spring semester. $40 per hour compensation 
Please email  Lmgardinier@gmail.com to express interest and discuss details. 

Full-time Engineering Teacher (Lawrence High School)

Lawrence High School is currently hiring a full-time Engineering Pathway Teacher to start immediately (SY 2023-2024). If interested, please contact Raul Cruz, Principal at (978) 975-2750 or Raul.Cruz@lawrence.k12.ma.us

To learn more about this opportunity, see the full posting below or on SchoolSpring (Job ID 4445202).


School psychologists openings (Stoneham)

Stoneham Public Schools has two openings for school psychologists next year, high school and elementary level. Please review the job postings for more detailed information, and you can email Emily Teager at eteager@stonehamschools.org with any questions.

Elementary School Psychologist (Part-Time)

High School School Psychologist (Full-time)

School Psychologist openings (Andover School District)

Andover currently has a team of 11 psychologists, 17 social workers, and 5 BCBAs who work in a structured, multidisciplinary manner, overseen by admin who understand the needs of these disciplines (a clinical neuropsychologist). All of the new positions below are assigned to a single school team that includes other peer psychologists. It is very important to our model that no staff works in isolation, and that all mental and behavioral health staff are well-resourced with ongoing professional training and access to up-to-date materials.

Current Postings:

  • Elementary Psychologist: This position is within an emotional and behavioral health program, and part of our family of district programs.
  • High School BRYT Program Clinical Coordinator: This is a coordinator position for our BRYT network program for students returning to school after a medical or mental health related absence.
  • High School Psychologist: This position supports high school level special programming (i.e. students with communication, social, and/or learning challenges).

Coming Soon (will be on Andover and Schoolspring next week):

  • Middle Level Psychologist: Psychologist position at one of our three middle schools.
  • BCBA Position: This position, primarily at one elementary school, is open to any psychologists who are dually credentialed as BCBAs.

Building Based Substitute (North Reading, MA)

The North Reading Public Schools is seeking interested applicants to serve as a building based substitute at the elementary, middle, and high school level for the 2022-23 school year. The successful candidate will report to the assigned school four days per week to support student learning.

Job Requirements:

  • Licensure with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education preferred.
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Per diem rate is $100/day.
Please apply through SchoolSpring here

The North Reading Public Schools (NRPS) provides a safe, inclusive, and supportive learning environment where students develop both their social-emotional and academic skills and abilities through an exploration of a wide range of content areas, the arts, athletics, and extra-curricular opportunities. With a dedication to excellence, service, and life-long learning our students will engage collaboratively, think critically, embrace diversity, and value equity in order to become productive global citizens.

NRPS is actively looking to build a diverse workforce to ensure all students feel welcome, safe, and valued for who they are and supported to reach their potential. Candidates with different perspectives and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply to grow our school community and help students feel personally connected to their learning experiences and feel represented inside and outside of the classroom ensuring a sense of belonging.

Position Open at White Mountain Science, Inc.

Hiring Contact
Mike Carmon (Director of Programs) at: mcarmon@whitemountainscience.org

Job is open until filled; Candidates to start immediately

Home Base
Littleton, NH

About White Mountain Science, Inc.
Check out this video to learn more about WMSI and our mission! White Mountain Science, Inc. (WMSI – pronounced ‘whimsy’), develops and delivers highly engaging and fun STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs with the goal of teaching creative problem solving to students and teachers.

Job Description
WMSI is seeking a caring, enthusiastic problem-solver! WMSI develops and delivers hands-on STEM programs all around New Hampshire and northeastern Vermont. A Program Instructor independently facilitates hands-on, educational STEM programs for students 3-5 days per week in northern New Hampshire and Vermont locations. This Instructor’s primary focus is working with school teachers to provide high quality school-day and after-school STEM education for elementary school students, as well as some middle and high school students. Mentorship of high school students in an effort to train them as assistant instructors is also an integral part of the Instructor role. This position involves an active role in lesson prep and driving a van to multiple locations within 1.5 hours of base in Littleton to facilitate programs. Office hours spent organizing teaching materials, assistance in the creation and evaluation of engaging lessons, creating documentation for future instructors, and additional office tasks are also included in this position.

Duties Will Include:

  • Regular facilitation of off-site and on-site STEM-based youth programs, camps & workshops for primarily elementary school students, as well as some middle and high school students
  • Support with STEM-based teacher coaching and professional development workshops
  • Training and mentorship of high school youth instructors 
  • Organization & maintenance of program-related resources & equipment
  • Regular communications with teachers and other stakeholders at partner schools
  • Assistance in preparation & evaluation of lesson curriculum
  • Assistance in evaluation of all programs
  • Assistance in organizational maintenance tasks related to running a non-profit

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must be motivated and self-directed
  • At least 1-3 years experience working with youth – essential
  • Ability to support and empower students in the creative problem-solving process – essential
  • Ability to set a positive environment within a room – essential
  • Interest in science, technology, engineering, art, and math – essential
  • Completion of post-secondary degree or equivalent experience – preferred
  • Prior science, technology, engineering, or math training – a plus
  • Strong communication and organization skills 
  • A flexible team player who is willing to learn from mistakes and adapt
  • Motivated to improve as an instructor and facilitate new material
  • Comfortable driving a van long distances safely in variable weather conditions


  • Full-time position (40 hours per week)
  • Programs take place during the school day and/or after-school timeframe
  • Occasional evening and/or weekend programs possible

Job Compensation:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Additional benefits package, including: paid holidays and vacations, paid sick time, medical insurance, and retirement benefits (subject to initial waiting periods)


  • Annual Local Benefits Stipend
  • Annual Professional Development stipend
  • In-house opportunities for Professional Development, including: training with 3D printers, LASER cutters, robotics, and much more!
  • Discounted items from Sparkfun.com
  • Outdoor pro deals
  • Collaborative and engaging work environment

Physical Exertion Environmental Conditions 
Required to sit for extended periods of time, stand frequently, use fine motor skills to operate equipment, and lift and/or move 40 pounds or less.

WMSI encourages applications from individuals of all gender identities, ethnicities, nationalities, backgrounds and ages.

How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to Mike Carmon at: mcarmon@whitemountainscience.org

Final candidates subject to a criminal background check.

*White Mountain Science, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Littleton, NH.*