Counselor Positions at Camp Triumph (North Reading, MA)

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 The Triumph Center is seeking skilled undergraduate and graduate students for counselor positions at our therapeutic day camp, Camp Triumph. Located in North Reading, MA, Camp Triumph serves children ages 6-16 who present with a wide range of neurodevelopmental and mental health challenges. Counselor responsibilities include facilitating cooperative activities designed to enhance social skills, working with campers on specific behavior goals, and running camp activities like arts and crafts and interactive games. For more information about the job and Camp Triumph, please see the attached flyer and visit our website.

This job opportunity is a wonderful way for undergraduate and graduate students to gain valuable experience in a unique clinical setting with children who present with a range of disabilities. Supervised clinical practicum experiences are available! Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to triumphcenter@verizon.net.

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.

Inclusion Paraprofessional Long-Term Substitute (North Reading, MA)

The E. Ethel Little Elementary School is seeking a Special Education/Inclusion Paraprofessional Long-Term Substitute. This position is tentatively scheduled to be from January 6, 2023-February 17, 2023 (possibly longer).

Responsibilities:

  • Assist and support staff in implementing the special education programs and Individualized Education Plans for students
  • Assist in the implementation of curricula modifications for specified students
  • Provide physical assistance to students with disabilities as required
  • Provide school-based, classroom, lunch, bus duty, arrival/dismissal, and recess supervision
  • Assume other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Principal and/or Teacher

Job Requirements

  • At least 1 year of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Per diem rate is dependent on candidate’s alignment within the Paraprofessional Federation contract.

Please apply through SchoolSpring hereThe 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.

Inclusion Paraprofessional (North Reading, MA)

The E. Ethel Little Elementary School is seeking a Special Education/Inclusion Paraprofessional.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist and support staff in implementing the special education programs and Individualized Education Plans for students
  • Assist in the implementation of curricula modifications for specified students
  • Provide physical assistance to students with disabilities as required
  • Provide school-based, classroom, lunch, bus duty, arrival/dismissal, and recess supervision
  • Assume other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Principal and/or Teacher

Job Requirements

  • At least 1 year of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Per diem rate is dependent on candidate’s alignment within the Paraprofessional Federation contract.
Please apply through SchoolSpring hereThe 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.

Special Education Teacher Long-Term Substitute (North Reading, MA)

The J. Turner Hood Elementary School is seeking a Special Education Long-Term Substitute Teacher to support students in elementary classrooms. This assignment is expected to be from January 3, 2023 through June 16, 2023 (or the end of the current 2022-2023 school year).

Essential Duties:

  • Serve as the lead teacher in a substantially separate ABA based classroom
  • Serve as the liaison for students on your caseload which includes completing educational assessments, functional behavior assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, completing progress reports, and chairing IEP annual review meetings as well as progress reviews
  • Collaborate with general education and special education teachers
  • Support inclusion opportunities as appropriate
  • Collaborate with parents/guardians and outside providers
  • Attend faculty and department meetings as directed
  • All other duties as assigned by the Principal and/or Director of Student Services

Job Requirements

  • Massachusetts DESE license in Special Education-Moderate/Severe
  • BCBA certification preferred
  • CPI Training preferred

Per diem rate is dependent on candidate’s alignment within the North Reading Education Association contract.

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.