Openings as of 11/22/2017Substitute - Long Term
Salary: Grade 10 January 2, 2018 - end of February, 2018
Description: Provide direct service to students under the direction of the classroom teacher. P/T - 19 hours per week. Qualifications: High School diploma + 2 years of college required or successful completion of formal Massachusetts assessment program. Teaching experience preferred.
Application Procedure: Apply online
Salary: Grade 16 January 2, 2018 through end of February, 2018 Responsibilities: Provide direct service to students under the direction of the special educator and other professional staff.
Qualifications: preferred. High School diploma + 2 years of college required or successful completion of formal Massachusetts assessment program. Application Procedure: Apply online
Salary: TBD December 11, 2017 through end of school year
Responsibilities: Direct service to students with a variety of learning, emotional and behavioral needs within a self-contained setting, co-teach in all academic subjects, consultation with general education teachers, school psychologist and counselors, coordination with outside consultants and curriculum development. Qualifications: Certification & Masters Degree in Special Education preferred. Teaching experience in secondary level and experience with a variety of learning, social, and emotional disabilities preferred. Strong background in behavior management preferred. Application Procedure: Apply online
Salary: Per ABEA Contract November 30, 2017 - January 17, 2018
Responsibilities: Teaching appropriate grade level. Qualifications: Massachusetts certification & successful, supervised experience within the last five years as teacher, student teacher, intern or apprentice in this discipline. Application Procedure: Apply online
Responsibilities: Long-term substitute position for a Digital Literacy teacher, teaching 5 classes that focuses on introducing students to a wide variety of technologies and digital skills. Instructor should be comfortable with PC computers, iPads and the Google Suite. They should be able to troubleshoot various student issues with technology, and instruct students on course content that may include beginner coding/scratch, beginner HTML, movie making, typing, photo editing, and Google Slides and Sheets.