Seeking Summer Program Teachers

Attached please find a job posting for Somerville High School’s Summer Program.  The program will run from July 6 – August 5, 2022 in person at the new Somerville High School located at 81 Highland Avenue in Somerville.  Most classes will be delivered using Edgenuity’s online platform with the exception of English, Physical Education and Summer Success. 

 We are seeking teachers for the following positions:

  • Math (3)
  • English (1)
  • Social Studies (1)
  • Science (1)
  • Physical Education (1)
  • Health (1)
  • Summer Success (1).  This program that has been developed for rising 9th graders.  The sessions will focus on providing the necessary knowledge and skills to be successful as they transition to a high school setting.

Here is a link to the Recruit & Hire posting:   https://somerville.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=122

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: http://www.somerville.k12.ma.us/sps-career-fair

To view all current vacancies, please visit us online at: https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/?employer=16902

Nanny in Somerville

Union Sq-area, Somerville family is looking for an experienced babysitter to watch a 22-month old boy and (less frequently) his big sister, who is 5 years old and is in school. 
The ideal candidate has great references, can drive, has a lot of energy, and enjoys being outdoors. Our son loves to go to the playground, bike, play with trucks, and be silly. We need someone who is flexible and can pitch in with both kids, help with laundry, keep our kids on schedule, and assist with diapers, meals, and hopefully potty-training soon. 
We are fairly flexible on hours, but ask for applicants who can manage a big chunk of time in the mornings or afternoons so we can work.

Salary is commensurate with experience, but starts at a minimum of $18/hour. Please contact andrea.b.snyder@gmail.com if you’re interested and available to start in April! 

Andrea Snyder

646-675-4451

Temporary Physics Teacher in Somerville

2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

SOMERVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Job Goal: Somerville Public Schools strives to create an inclusive and racially affirming environment that welcomes and values the diversity of our staff and students. We foster fairness, equity, and inclusion to create a workplace environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity.

We welcome and value different perspectives and experiences in our staff, recognizing the powerful impact that a diverse workforce has on all students. We are committed to supporting educators through a strong induction and mentorship program, educator-driven professional development, and opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

As a district, we are also committed to supporting the whole child by promoting a trusting, mutually respectful and inspiring culture that values the individuality of our students and the professionalism of the field.

Qualifications:  
•Appropriate Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Educator’s Physics Licensure and SEI endorsement required. 
•Experience working with Grades 9-12 students preferred
•Bilingual speaker preferred

Responsibilities: As per the Somerville Teachers Association, Unit A Collective Bargaining Agreement

Position Reports to: The School Principal and the Somerville High School Science Department Chair

NOTE:  
•Applications are only accepted online through School Spring.  
•Please do not mail or email resumes. Only resumes that are submitted through School Spring will be considered.  
•Should you need assistance with the online application process, please contact the Human Resources Office via email at jcabral@k12.somerville.ma.us  

Somerville Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Somerville Public Schools actively seeks applicants with diverse backgrounds. Grade level and content licensure is required when applicable. Dual licensure including SPED, ESL, ELL, or bilingual licensure and/or proficiency in a language or languages other than English is preferred.

  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Positions Available: 1

More information on the employer and the application can be found on the following link: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3348580

Part-time school year help in Somerville

We are looking for a part-time education student or graduate to help us continue remote or hybrid learning this fall and winter. We are two full-time working from home parents with a rising Kindergartner and Third Grader. In the spring, we had a preschool teacher come to our home from 8-12 each day to play with the kids and assist and supervise some of the remote learning time with our son (then in 2nd grade). The kids loved having her here, and we loved being able to get a few hours of mostly uninterrupted work in. We are flexible on times and could do with 4-6 hours per day, perhaps not every day, as our jobs can be relatively flexible.

We are looking to pay between $20-30 per hour, commensurate with experience.

Our house is between Tufts campus and Teele Square. We have a yard, and my husband and I work upstairs. An ideal candidate would love to play pretend games, enjoy arts and crafts, read a lot and have patience with the hiccups of remote learning. Both kids are excellent at playing, and our son could sit and read for hours.

Please contact Callie Wiser at callie.wiser@gmail.com

Weekday tutor in Somerville (possibility of discounted rent)

Pay: $15-$20 /hr and/or significantly discounted rent for room in Somerville home (to be negotiated based on specifics of situation)

I am a single mother of a rising 5th grade boy who will be either home this coming school year doing remote learning or part-time home, part-time at school (he attends a very small private special education therapeutic school that is considering a hybrid model for in-person return this fall). I work full time as an attorney and am currently working 95% from home.

My son does not need childcare, per se, but he would benefit greatly from a tutor who could help him stay on task for his online school and assignments and otherwise be available as a mentor. He is a very smart, creative, and sensitive boy who plays piano, tennis and enjoys video games and graphic novels. 

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