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Full Time
5/16/2022
Reston, VA 22090
(9.7 miles)
About the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – 3 Main at MedStar Georgetown The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is a 36-bed unit providing expert nursing care for infants with a number of critical diagnoses. It is one of two Level IV NICUs in Washington, D.C., which is the highest level designated by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Some of the most commonly seen are:Respiratory distress syndromeExtreme prematurityNeonatal encephalopathyPersistent pulmonary hypertensionSepsis/septic shockNeurological disordersGenetic and/or metabolic disordersGastrointestinal disordersSurgical needsThe NICU at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is the only NICU in the Washington, D.C., region where a Clinical Nurse can participate in high-risk deliveries, be trained as an ECMO specialist, and participate in both flight and ground transports. Our NICU is the major referral center for all MedStar-affiliated facilities, as well as a number of community hospitals in the tri-state area. The NICU offers the following innovative treatments and technologies:ECMO: extracorporeal membrane oxygenationTotal body therapeutic hypothermiaBedside patent ductus arteriosus ligationInhaled nitric oxideHigh-frequency oscillator ventilationHigh-frequency jet ventilationThe NICU Nursing staff is incredibly engaged with a remarkable number of nurses participating in Shared Governance and the Clinical Advancement Program. The following committees/councils are Clinical Nurse-led and driven:Parent Advisory Support GroupPractice CouncilScheduling CommitteeBereavement CommitteeDevelopmental Care CommitteeGeneral Summary of Position: A Clinical Educator provides educational leadership for professional nursing practice in alignment with the mission, vision, values and goals of the Division of Nursing/MGUH and Magnet designation. Exemplifies and promotes excellence in education, practice, and research through leadership and mentorship of nursing staff and through collaborative multidisciplinary relationships within the medical center, as well as throughout local, regional and national arenas. Uses adult learning principles and instructional strategies to assess, design, implement and evaluate continuing nursing education programs which enhance and promote clinical competency and standards of care. Promotes, disseminates and integrates evidence-based practice, performance improvement and nursing research into clinical practice. Supports and facilitates certification of clinical nurses. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.Requirements:Education/Training: Graduate of an NLN accredited School of Nursing; BSN degree required. Master’s degree in Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialistpreferred. Certification in Nursing Education or clinical area within one year of hire.Experience: Five years clinical experience including two years in a university teaching hospital preferred. Clinical education experience desirable.License/Certification/Registration: Current D.C. licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Role model excellence in professional nursing. Excellent communication and critical thinking skills with a solid clinical background as it pertains to the specialty area. Ability to assess needs of learners, design curricula, develop education programs, teach and guide learners, and evaluate learning to implement evidence-based practice and research, using adult learning principles. Competency in computer technology such as, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Power Point and other technology for teaching purposes.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesServes as a positive role model/mentor /leader for nursing staff at all times. Facilitates the development of staff for both the preceptor and mentor role.Assesses learning needs of the nursing staff on the assigned unit/s at least once per year.Plans, develops, implements and evaluates unit-based orientation and other educational programs, including specialty fellowship programs, using adult learning principles and strategies, to meet the learning needs of the nursing staff to ensure competency and to advance the skills and knowledge of the nursing staff. Collaborates with other clinical nurse educatorsto increase efficiency and reduce duplication of resources for educational programs and purposes.Actively participates in Performance Improvement and Quality activities, projects, and nursing research studies via committees, councils, task forces and conferences. Facilitates and promotes integration of evidence-based practice, research, and tenants of Magnet.Develops, implements and evaluates policies, procedures, professional nursing practice, standards and patient standards of care for continuous improvement. Advances, supports and facilitates certification of staff nurses on units.Provides education consultation for staff, nursing students, nursing managers, and others within the multi-disciplinary team using principles of adult learning. Participates in Councils, Committees, Task Forces and Work Groups at the unit, department, hospital and corporate level. Provides leadership mentoring when appropriate.Collaborates with GeorgetownUniversity and otherschools of nursing to clarify clinical objectives and promote appropriate undergraduate and graduate learning experiences.Promotes MGUH and own advanced nursing practice by membership in professional organizations, providing poster and podium presentations at conferences, and active participation in other professional/educational opportunities.Performs other duties and responsibilities that are appropriate to the position and area. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and is not to be considered as all inclusive. About MedStar Georgetown University Hospital:MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute-care teaching and research hospital with 609 beds located in Northwest Washington, D.C. Founded in the Jesuit principle of cura personaliscaring for the whole personMedStar Georgetown is committed to offering a variety of innovative diagnostic and treatment options within a trusting and compassionate environment. MedStar Georgetown's centers of excellence include neurosciences, transplant, cancer and gastroenterology. Along with Magnet® nurses, internationally recognized physicians, advanced research and cutting-edge technologies, MedStar Georgetown's healthcare professionals have a reputation for medical excellence and leadership.About MedStar Health MedStar Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. Our 30,000 associates and 5,400 affiliated physicians work in a variety of settings across our health system, including 10 hospitals and more than 300 community-based locations, the largest visiting nurse association in the region, and highly respected institutes dedicated to research and innovation. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University for more than 20 years, MedStar is dedicated not only to teaching the next generation of doctors, but also to the continuing education and professional development of our whole team. MedStar Health offers diverse opportunities for career advancement and personal fulfillment.
Full Time
5/16/2022
Reston, VA 22090
(9.7 miles)
Job SummaryProvides educational leadership for professional nursing practice in alignment with the mission, vision, values and goals of the Division of Nursing/MGUH and Magnet designation. Exemplifies and promotes excellence in education, practice, and research through leadership and mentorship of nursing staff and through collaborative multidisciplinary relationships within the medical center, as well as throughout local, regional and national arenas. Uses adult learning principles and instructional strategies to assess, design, implement and evaluate continuing nursing education programs which enhance and promote clinical competency and standards of care. Promotes, disseminates and integrates evidence-based practice, performance improvement and nursing research into clinical practice. Supports and facilitates certification of clinical nurses. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.Specialty Focus:Intermediate Care/Progressive CareDepartments:Medical/Surgical Intermediate Care Unit - 2North2 North is a newly renovated 18 bed adult Medical Surgical Intermediate Care Unit with all private rooms. All of the rooms on 2 North are outfitted with the latest GE beside physiological equipment to provide continuous cardiac and pulse oximetry monitoring. The team utilizes innovative best practice processes to provide expert care for acutely ill patients who have a diverse range of medical and surgical diagnoses. The Clinical Nurses on 2North are the hospital CAPD champions. Other diagnoses seen include end-stage renal disease, end-stage liver failure, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmias, sepsis, CHF, COPD, and GI bleeds.Thoracic/Telemetry Medical/Surgical Intermediate Care Unit – C6-2C6-2 is a 19-bed adult Thoracic Medical-Surgical Intermediate Care Unit. Clinical Nurses on C6-2 provide expert care for acutely ill patients who have a diverse range of medical and surgical diagnoses. Nurses provide care to patients after complex open and minimally invasive thoracic surgeries of the lung and esophagus. Medical diagnoses include end-stage renal disease, end-stage liver failure, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmias, sepsis, CHF, COPD, and GI bleeds. All beds are equipped to provide continuous cardiac and pulse oximetry monitoring.Minimum QualificationsEducation/Training:Graduate of an NLN accredited School of Nursing; BSNdegree required. Master’s degree in Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialistpreferred. Certification in Nursing Education or clinical area within one year of hire.Experience:Five years clinical experience including two years in a university teaching hospital preferred. Clinical education experience desirable.License/Certification/Registration:Current D.C. licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Role model excellence in professional nursing. Excellent communication and critical thinking skills with a solid clinical background as it pertains to the specialty area. Ability to assess needs of learners, design curricula, develop education programs, teach and guide learners, and evaluate learning to implement evidence-based practice and research, using adult learning principles. Competency in computer technology such as, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Power Point and other technology for teaching purposes.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesServes as a positive role model/mentor /leader for nursing staff at all times. Facilitates the development of staff for both the preceptor and mentor role.Assesses learning needs of the nursing staff on the assigned unit/s at least once per year.Plans, develops, implements and evaluates unit-based orientation and other educational programs, including specialty fellowship programs, using adult learning principles and strategies, to meet the learning needs of the nursing staff to ensure competency and to advance the skills and knowledge of the nursing staff. Collaborates with other clinical nurse educatorsto increase efficiency and reduce duplication of resources for educational programs and purposes.Actively participates in Performance Improvement and Quality activities, projects, and nursing research studies via committees, councils, task forces and conferences. Facilitates and promotes integration of evidence-based practice, research, and tenants of Magnet.Develops, implements and evaluates policies, procedures, professional nursing practice, standards and patient standards of care for continuous improvement. Advances, supports and facilitates certification of staff nurses on units.Provides education consultation for staff, nursing students, nursing managers, and others within the multi-disciplinary team using principles of adult learning. Participates in Councils, Committees, Task Forces and Work Groups at the unit, department, hospital and corporate level. Provides leadership mentoring when appropriate.Collaborates with GeorgetownUniversity and otherschools of nursing to clarify clinical objectives and promote appropriate undergraduate and graduate learning experiences.Promotes MGUH and own advanced nursing practice by membership in professional organizations, providing poster and podium presentations at conferences, and active participation in other professional/educational opportunities.Performs other duties and responsibilities that are appropriate to the position and area. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and is not to be considered as all inclusive. About MedStar Health MedStar Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. Our 30,000 associates and 5,400 affiliated physicians work in a variety of settings across our health system, including 10 hospitals and more than 300 community-based locations, the largest visiting nurse association in the region, and highly respected institutes dedicated to research and innovation. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University for more than 20 years, MedStar is dedicated not only to teaching the next generation of doctors, but also to the continuing education and professional development of our whole team. MedStar Health offers diverse opportunities for career advancement and personal fulfillment.
Full Time
5/16/2022
Reston, VA 22090
(9.7 miles)
About MedStar Georgetown's Medical ICUC4-2 is a 19 bed adult Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) that cares for the most complex critically ill medical patients. MICU nurses are clinical experts in the management of complicated medical problems which include GI bleeds, respiratory failure, renal failure, liver failure, CHF, COPD, DM etc. The nurses utilize many advanced therapies, such as continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), post cardiac arrest hypothermia protocol, and hemodynamic monitoring. The MICU is the home of MedStar Georgetown’s rapid response nurse, known as the “Resource Nurse,” who provides critical assessment of decompensating patients throughout the hospital. Additionally, the MICU team functions as the CODE BLUE responders, managing emergent patient events with expertise and compassion. C4-2 has also received the Gold Beacon Award for Nursing Excellence from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).Job SummaryProvides educational leadership for professional nursing practice in alignment with the mission, vision, values and goals of the Division of Nursing/MGUH and Magnet designation. Exemplifies and promotes excellence in education, practice, and research through leadership and mentorship of nursing staff and through collaborative multidisciplinary relationships within the medical center, as well as throughout local, regional and national arenas. Uses adult learning principles and instructional strategies to assess, design, implement and evaluate continuing nursing education programs which enhance and promote clinical competency and standards of care. Promotes, disseminates and integrates evidence-based practice, performance improvement and nursing research into clinical practice. Supports and facilitates certification of clinical nurses. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.Minimum QualificationsEducation/Training:Graduate of an NLN accredited School of Nursing; BSNdegree required. Master’s degree in Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialistpreferred. Certification in Nursing Education or clinical area within one year of hire.Experience:Five years clinical experience including two years in a university teaching hospital preferred. Clinical education experience desirable.License/Certification/Registration:Current D.C. licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Role model excellence in professional nursing. Excellent communication and critical thinking skills with a solid clinical background as it pertains to the specialty area. Ability to assess needs of learners, design curricula, develop education programs, teach and guide learners, and evaluate learning to implement evidence-based practice and research, using adult learning principles. Competency in computer technology such as, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Power Point and other technology for teaching purposes.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesServes as a positive role model/mentor /leader for nursing staff at all times. Facilitates the development of staff for both the preceptor and mentor role.Assesses learning needs of the nursing staff on the assigned unit/s at least once per year.Plans, develops, implements and evaluates unit-based orientation and other educational programs, including specialty fellowship programs, using adult learning principles and strategies, to meet the learning needs of the nursing staff to ensure competency and to advance the skills and knowledge of the nursing staff. Collaborates with other clinical nurse educatorsto increase efficiency and reduce duplication of resources for educational programs and purposes.Actively participates in Performance Improvement and Quality activities, projects, and nursing research studies via committees, councils, task forces and conferences. Facilitates and promotes integration of evidence-based practice, research, and tenants of Magnet.Develops, implements and evaluates policies, procedures, professional nursing practice, standards and patient standards of care for continuous improvement. Advances, supports and facilitates certification of staff nurses on units.Provides education consultation for staff, nursing students, nursing managers, and others within the multi-disciplinary team using principles of adult learning. Participates in Councils, Committees, Task Forces and Work Groups at the unit, department, hospital and corporate level. Provides leadership mentoring when appropriate.Collaborates with GeorgetownUniversity and otherschools of nursing to clarify clinical objectives and promote appropriate undergraduate and graduate learning experiences.Promotes MGUH and own advanced nursing practice by membership in professional organizations, providing poster and podium presentations at conferences, and active participation in other professional/educational opportunities.Performs other duties and responsibilities that are appropriate to the position and area. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and is not to be considered as all inclusive. About MedStar Health MedStar Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. Our 30,000 associates and 5,400 affiliated physicians work in a variety of settings across our health system, including 10 hospitals and more than 300 community-based locations, the largest visiting nurse association in the region, and highly respected institutes dedicated to research and innovation. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University for more than 20 years, MedStar is dedicated not only to teaching the next generation of doctors, but also to the continuing education and professional development of our whole team. MedStar Health offers diverse opportunities for career advancement and personal fulfillment.
Full Time
5/16/2022
Columbia, MD 21046
(35.2 miles)
This Nursing Educator position is for the Women's Health Unit (includes Labor and Delivery, Postpartum and Special Care Nursery Units).Job SummaryResponsible for the assessment, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of learning and development programs that enhance associates’ performance, promote professional development or otherwise support the mission, vision and SPIRIT Values of MedStar Health and the Department of Nursing. These activities include onboarding/orientation, competency management, education, professional role development, career coaching, and collaborative partnerships.Minimum QualificationsEducation/Training: Master’s degree in Clinical Nursing, Nursing Education or related field.Experience: 3 years progressive clinical nursing experience; staff development or continuing education experience preferred.License/Certification/Registration: Valid RN license in the State of Maryland.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Demonstrated high level of clinical competence. Effective interpersonal skills, including verbal and written communication. Basic math skills. Basic computer skills preferred.About MedStar Health MedStar Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. Our 30,000 associates and 5,400 affiliated physicians work in a variety of settings across our health system, including 10 hospitals and more than 300 community-based locations, the largest visiting nurse association in the region, and highly respected institutes dedicated to research and innovation. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University for more than 20 years, MedStar is dedicated not only to teaching the next generation of doctors, but also to the continuing education and professional development of our whole team. MedStar Health offers diverse opportunities for career advancement and personal fulfillment.
Full Time
5/16/2022
Columbia, MD 21046
(35.2 miles)
This Clinical Nurse Educator position is for the Psychiatry and Psych Crisis Intervention Units. Job SummaryResponsible for the assessment, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of learning and development programs that enhance associates’ performance, promote professional development or otherwise support the mission, vision and SPIRIT Values of MedStar Health and the Department of Nursing. These activities include onboarding/orientation, competency management, education, professional role development, career coaching, and collaborative partnerships.Minimum QualificationsEducation/Training: Master’s degree in Clinical Nursing, Nursing Education or related field.Experience: 3 years progressive clinical nursing experience; staff development or continuing education experience preferred.License/Certification/Registration: Valid RN license in the State of Maryland.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Demonstrated high level of clinical competence. Effective interpersonal skills, including verbal and written communication. Basic math skills. Basic computer skills preferred.About MedStar Health MedStar Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. Our 30,000 associates and 5,400 affiliated physicians work in a variety of settings across our health system, including 10 hospitals and more than 300 community-based locations, the largest visiting nurse association in the region, and highly respected institutes dedicated to research and innovation. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University for more than 20 years, MedStar is dedicated not only to teaching the next generation of doctors, but also to the continuing education and professional development of our whole team. MedStar Health offers diverse opportunities for career advancement and personal fulfillment.
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for the Visually Impaired to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VASupporting a classroom of students Elementary thru High SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Visually Impaired Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for the Visually Impaired to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VASupporting a classroom of students Elementary thru High SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Visually Impaired Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for the Visually Impaired to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VASupporting a classroom of students Elementary thru High SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Visually Impaired Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing position to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VA1 Middle SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for the Visually Impaired to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VASupporting a classroom of students Elementary thru High SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Visually Impaired Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing position to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VA1 Middle SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing position to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VA1 Middle SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/13/2022
Dumfries, VA 22026
(33.0 miles)
Special Education Teacher - Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Pediatrics Join our Pediatric School Based Team, and use your passion for Special Education to help make a difference in a child’s life! Special Education Teacher for the Visually Impaired to start August 2022!Fredericksburg area of VASupporting a classroom of students Elementary thru High SchoolFull Time / 7.5 Hours daily / 37.5 hours weeklyOn-site Services RequiredVA Special Education Teaching license and Visually Impaired Certification RequiredWe value our Special Education Teachers and their dedication toour missionof making a difference in a child’s life. That is why we make it a priority to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.Medical, Dental and VisionShort and Long Term DisabilityLife Insurance401KPaid Time OffProfessional DevelopmentContinuing Education and more!HealthPRO®/Heritage is a national leading provider of highly skilled Special Education Teachers. We hire Special Education Teachers who share our vision, work diligently, and provide best practices in Special Education that will change children's lives for the better. If you are a passionate, talented teacher who wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.The primary purpose of the Special Education Teacher is to plan for student success based on assessed needs of individual students in a school setting. The goal is to help students by using data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set student learning goals, and assess student progress within an educational model of practice.Looking forward to speaking with you!Sandra BillipsDirector of Recruitment – Peds/School DivisionHealthPRO®-Heritage®828-414-0526 | Call or Textsbillips@healthpro-heritage.comConsult and collaborate with School staff and families in regards to students’ educational deficitsConduct initial screenings as well as comprehensive evaluations Participate in the IEP process in developing present levels of performance, goals and objectives, and treatment recommendations for students qualifying for Special Education servicesProvide Special Education sessions through the use of current best practices based on prescribed services in the IEPMaintain all documentation required by the district including, but not limited to, notes, monthly summaries, and annual IEP’sMust hold a current license to practice in the state of VAHave successful experience working with culturally diverse families.Assumes responsibility for ongoing continuing education and professional developmentsbillips@healthpro-heritage.com
Full Time
5/7/2022
Lorton, VA 22199
(18.1 miles)
Do you have a passion for education and being a part of a mission-driven organization Do you want to join a fast-growing company with excellent benefits, such as tuition reimbursement, generous paid time off, and so much more Rivermont, a New Story School in Lorton, VA isseeking a qualifiedSpecial Education Teacherto join our team. Special Education Teachers play an integral role in the success of our students. The position provides academic instruction and mentors students in a team environment, under the supervision of the Principal, Asst. Principal, and BCBA/BCaBA. Special Education Teachers are responsible for overseeing the classroom team, including the dynamics and functioning of all staff within their classroom to fulfill the individual curriculum and self-care needs of the students. Candidates seeking Provisional Licensure must meet all requirements and be willing to complete the required VDOE coursework within 90 school days to become provisionally licensed. Provisional Licensure Requirements: Must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or universityMust complete the VDOE required coursework within 90 school days to become eligible for provisional licensure. The coursework is in the competencies of foundations for educating students with disabilities and an understanding and application of the legal aspects and regulatory requirements associated with identification, education, and evaluation of students with disabilitiesAfter receiving provisional licensure, a teacher has 3 years to satisfy all the requirements and coursework/testing to be eligible for a collegiate (bachelor level) or postgraduate (Master level or higher) license. The Ideal candidate will have: Virginia Department of Education License, License Eligible, or Provisional License EligibleThree (3) years teaching experience working with children with behavior/learning disorders is preferredStrong written and verbal communication skillsGreat attention to detailA positive can-do attitudeValid Virginia Driver’s License is preferred RESPONSIBILITIES Work collaboratively with members of the multidisciplinary team to develop/design and implement appropriate services.Provide appropriate guidance, leadership, and direction to staff within the classroom.Use research-based classroom strategies that are grounded in higher-order thinking, problem-solving, and real-world connections for all students.Evaluate and assess student mastery of content to make instructional decisions.Communicate student achievements and progress to students, parents, and others.Assist in the collection of quality indicator data metrics.Maintain student confidentiality per agency policy. FERPA/HIPAA privacy rule regulations, and student/counselor confidentiality. BENEFITS Eligible Rivermont Employees will receive competitive pay and benefits including: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Health Savings Account (HSA)Company-paid Short-Term Disability and Life InsuranceVoluntary Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, Hospital, and Accident CoveragePaid time off and paid holidaysTuition reimbursement401K with 100% vested company contributionHealthcare, dependent care, and commuter Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)Employee Assistance Program (EAP)Wellness Incentive ProgramEmployee Discount ProgramRewards program which allows you to earn points to purchase items Rivermont, is a subsidiary of New Story Schools, which is an educational organization comprised of special education schools in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. We offer an academic learning environment integrated with behavior support services for students diagnosed with autism or emotional/behavioral disorders. Our multidisciplinary teams collaborate with families, school districts and community partners to empower children in overcoming challenges and creating new stories in their lives. New Story Schools is proud to be an equal opportunities employer and embraces diversity in the workplace. We are also committed to providing a drug-free, safe workplace for our employees and the students we serve. For more information about New Story Schools careers and benefits, please visit our website https://newstoryschools.com/careersExperiencePreferredMinimum of three (3) years teaching experience working with children with behavior/learning disorders is preferred.EducationRequiredBachelors or betterLicenses & CertificationsRequiredVDOE Teacher LicenseTeacher - Spec. Ed.
Full Time
5/17/2022
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
(17.5 miles)
Description: Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.As a member of our teaching staff, you will\:Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child The benefits our career professionals enjoy\: Medical, dental and visionChildcare benefitPaid time offEducation assistance and reimbursementMedical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match Qualification: Desired Skills and Experience\: CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtainActive Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain)Completed 12 core ECE Units Infant/toddler OR BA Degree in Child DevelopmentMust be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoorsAbility to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with childrenRead, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in EnglishAll center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the roleOur highest priority has always been to keep our employees, children, families, and communities as safe and healthy as possible. Starting October 18, 2021, we began requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly COVID testing for all unvaccinated employees. We are also subject to state law, local ordinances, and Health Department requirements for child care workers or school staff. KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.#KCEBoost
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
4/30/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: August 8, 2022 - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $22,000Segal Education Award valued at $6,49590% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionWho We AreSaga Education is a national nonprofit aimed at confronting educational inequity by supporting historically marginalized schools and their students. Saga Education has dedicated itself to providing high-dosage, in-school math tutoring in partnership with public high schools. Since our founding in 2014, Saga Education and our AmeriCorps Member Math Fellows have served over 22,600 students across Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C, Providence, RI, Charleston, SC, and Broward County, FL.For more information about Saga Education’s mission, please visit us atwww.sagaeducation.org.Our FellowsOur Fellows are selected from a diverse group of college majors and backgrounds across the United States to serve our students as math tutors; each Fellow brings their unique skill set to assist students’ success. Now more than ever we need talented, caring, and capable people committed to supporting our students in their academic and social development. Through this service year opportunity, our Fellows develop leadership skills, participate in professional development workshops, engage in public speaking and much more. This is not only a positive learning experience for our students but for our Fellows as well!Position OverviewSaga Education’s AmeriCorps Member - Math Fellows manage a small caseload of high school students and promote academic success by focusing intently to provide individualized instruction and build strong relationships with students during their year of service. During a typical school day, Fellows will work with students and facilitate lessons during approximately six class periods per day. Fellows will implement Saga’s proprietary curriculum to foster academic success and help students reach their goals. In addition to offering academic support, Fellows will serve as advocates and mentors building strong, meaningful relationships with their students.ResponsibilitiesYou will provide daily math tutoring to your caseload of students assigned at the beginning of the service year. Saga’s model is embedded into the regular school day, and you will serve small groups of students per class periodYou will use student data to differentiate math instruction for your students and adapt lesson plans as neededYou are expected to maintain regular ongoing communication with parents/guardians via email, text, or phone, based on parent/guardian preferenceYou must be prepared to navigate varying technology, both hardware and software, and troubleshoot technical issues as they ariseYou must have aproactive approach to workin order to complete deliverables on time and maintain a proper work-life balanceYou must check and respond to emails daily and regularly consult with your Site DirectorYou will participate in weekly observation and feedback sessions with your Site Director for professional development and growthAmeriCorps Members are expected to complete 1,700 service hours during their ten-month commitmentCompetenciesMission Alignment-You acknowledge social injustice in education and have a desire to growBeing Resilient-You rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult decisionsNimble Learning- You use both successes and failures to actively learn new lessonsDemonstrates Self-Awareness-You use feedback and reflection to gain productive insightCollaborates-You build partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectivesValues Differences- You recognize the value of different perspectives and culturesStakeholder Focus- You build and value strong stakeholder relationshipsQualificationsYou are a U.S. citizen; AmeriCorps members are required to be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentYou have a completed Associate's degree or higher, in any disciplineYou must clear a National Service Criminal History Check and all other security and health requirements set forth by Saga Education and the school district in which you servebeforethe start of trainingFellow BenefitsCompetitive Service StipendSegal Education Award valued at $6,495Bi-Weekly Pay90% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & VisionOpt-In Flexible Spending Account (FSA)Company Provided Technology7 Days of Paid Time OffPaid School Breaks & Holidays OffEmployee Assistance Program Access, with Mental & Physical Health BenefitsConsistent On-The-Spot TrainingProfessional & Leadership DevelopmentPublic Transit PassOptional loan deferment or forbearanceDiscounts through Tickets-At-WorkFellows are eligible to apply for SNAP benefitsSaga Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.Thank you in advance for applying to Saga Education!
Full Time
5/3/2022
Jefferson, MD 21755
(23.0 miles)
Are you a people person who loves solving problems Do you love music Do you believe in the power of music to bring people together If you do, and you want to be a key player in an organization whose purpose is to fill the world with more music and to develop generations of new musicians then we have a position where you can find your sound.The Lesson Studio at Music & Arts is the #1 provider of music lessons nationwide. We believe that private lessons are the building blocks to a lifelong relationship with music. Our strong commitment to music education is fundamental to our business, and we work hard to find instructors who are experts in their instrument. We take care of all the administrative work so you can do what you do best: inspire learning and creating the next generation of musicians!Essential Functions (not all-inclusive):Teach advanced music lessons to a diverse population of studentsCommunicate with parents of students (where applicable) on the progress of each studentWork with students in our clean and safe studios or through online lessonsCollaborate with store team to maximize lesson experienceAdditional Information:Music & Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides fair and equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected status prohibited under Federal, State, or local laws. All employment decisions are based on valid job- related requirements.If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran and are unable or limited in your ability to use or access our website, you may request a reasonable accommodation to express interest in a specific opening. You can request reasonable accommodation by calling 1-818-735-8800 ext. 2862 or by sending an email to recruiting@guitarcenter.com.
Full Time
5/5/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(25.2 miles)
About City YearCity Year, an AmeriCorps program, helps students across schools succeed. Diverse teams of City Year AmeriCorps members provide support to students, classrooms and the whole school, helping to ensure that students in systematically under-resourced schools receive a high-quality education that prepares them with the skills and mindset to thrive and contribute to their community.What You’ll DoAs a First Year City Year AmeriCorps member, your service will focus on coaching and mentoring elementary, middle and/or high school students. Youwill help these students earn academic success, improve their attendance, learn social-emotional skills and develop positive behaviors at school. You will plan and monitor individual student progress and alsowork with teachers on whole class instruction, breakout spaces and other in-class student assistance.Your Role and ResponsibilitiesExperience in all these tasks is not necessary. Weprovide 2-4 weeks of training at the beginning of the year to support you. Plus, you will work with partner teachers and school staff every step of the way.Support academic coaching and social emotional development for students:Work with identified students 1:1 and in small groupsDevelop literacy and/or math skills varying learning activities by student level, answering student questions and encouraging assignment completionCreate and implement a behavior management system for studentsDevelop social-emotional skills throughout their day, using proven strategies of learning, practicing, reflection and repetitionCollaborate with teachers and team members to collect, record, analyze and monitor individual student progress, participating in facilitated reviews of student data collected and entered intoCity Year’s student data systemCreate an engaging, safe and healthy classroom space in collaboration with the teacherSupport Whole School initiatives to increase engagement with students and families:Support and/or conduct extended day and virtual programming for students before, during and after school including, but not limited to, academic enrichment and intervention, homework support, recreation and student clubs, service learning, and leadership developmentCreate, support and/or co-lead events or programs that recognize and appreciate student growth and/or achievement in math, literacy, attendance, and behaviorEngage students, parents/guardians, and/or community members in education or social issues through member led themed events at schools or on virtual platformsCity Year benefitsYou will receive:Health, Dental, and Vision InsuranceCuralincEmployee Assistance Program
Full Time
5/5/2022
Warrenton, VA 20186
(29.2 miles)
If you’re looking to leverage your expertise to make a real difference in special education- you belong at TherapyTravelers. We Go All Inwe are fully invested in everything we do. Whether it’s work or play, we bring our strengths and passion to give our team and our partners 100%. Apply today.TherapyTravelers is partnering with an exceptional school district who is looking for a contract Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year:Location: Airlie, VADuration: August 26, 2022- June 15, 2023Onsite or Virtual: August 8, 2022 - May 26, 2023Full or Part Time: Part Time (15 hours)Grade/Age Levels: Preschool - High SchoolCaseload description: 10 studentsYour pay and benefits are important components of your journey at TherapyTravelers. As a valued and respected TherapyTravelers family member, you will enjoy a variety of health, financial, and security benefits:Competitive compensation packages for both local and travel positionsDay 1Medical, Dental, and Vision benefitsDay 1PTO & Holiday Pay401K matchWeekly payEmployee Assistance ProgramEmployee Wellness ProgramContinuing education reimbursementLicense reimbursementBonus opportunitiesReferral bonus of $1000Our therapists are partnered with advocates and support leaders from day 1, industry exclusive support team in place from day one of assignmentThe minimum qualifications for a Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher:1 year of verifiable, professional experience as a DHH Teacher within the last 3 years (may include residency or clinical practicum)Valid credential/license or in process in the state of practiceAt TherapyTravelers, you will have the opportunity to apply your unique expertise to school-based special education as your singular focus. We offer stimulating and rewarding careers in a wide array of special education disciplines in therapy, behavioral & mental health, and more!We appreciate referrals! In fact, 35% of our employees were sent to us by someone they know. Let us help your friends and family find a great place to call home and by doing so, you’ll receive a$1,000 referral bonus. Ask your Recruiter to learn more!
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Ready to take ownership of your leadership development See yourself on a trajectory of professional growth in an educational setting Ready to have a career-defining summer Assistant Camp Directors are leaders, partnering with Camp Directors to bring camp to life. These visionary role models serve as staff culture ambassadors, operational can-doers, educational champions, and all-around indispensable members of the camp leadership team. Assistant Camp Directors support the smooth operation of a single camp site supervising staff, planning programs, delighting parents, and so much more. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise, and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids Do you thrive in new environments and love supporting the needs of a team Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education that you can’t wait to share Believe the world needs innovators Ready to have a career-defining summer Onsite Substitutes fill in for absences lasting a day, a week, and sometimes longer, and are scheduled to "float" when all other staff are scheduled & present. Whether leading a classroom or supporting their teammates, Onsite Substitutes help bring to life Galileo's curriculum, thoughtfully created by our year-round curriculum design team. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a philosophyit is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Ready to take ownership of your leadership development See yourself on a trajectory of professional growth in an educational setting Ready to have a career-defining summer Assistant Camp Directors are leaders, partnering with Camp Directors to bring camp to life. These visionary role models serve as staff culture ambassadors, operational can-doers, educational champions, and all-around indispensable members of the camp leadership team. Assistant Camp Directors support the smooth operation of a single camp site supervising staff, planning programs, delighting parents, and so much more. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise, and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Ready to take ownership of your leadership development See yourself on a trajectory of professional growth in an educational setting Ready to have a career-defining summer Assistant Camp Directors are leaders, partnering with Camp Directors to bring camp to life. These visionary role models serve as staff culture ambassadors, operational can-doers, educational champions, and all-around indispensable members of the camp leadership team. Assistant Camp Directors support the smooth operation of a single camp site supervising staff, planning programs, delighting parents, and so much more. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise, and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Ready to take ownership of your leadership development See yourself on a trajectory of professional growth in an educational setting Ready to have a career-defining summer Assistant Camp Directors are leaders, partnering with Camp Directors to bring camp to life. These visionary role models serve as staff culture ambassadors, operational can-doers, educational champions, and all-around indispensable members of the camp leadership team. Assistant Camp Directors support the smooth operation of a single camp site supervising staff, planning programs, delighting parents, and so much more. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise, and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids Believe the world needs innovators Ready to have a career-defining summer Have a love for teaching art, science, technology, team-building or education Summer Instructors bring to life Galileo's curriculum, teaching a different theme each week, thoughtfully created by our year-round curriculum design team. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a philosophyit is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/2/2022
McLean, VA 22101
(18.8 miles)
Program/Location : LocationUS-VA-McLean Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids Believe the world needs innovators Ready to have a career-defining summer Have a love for teaching art, science, technology, team-building or education Summer Instructors bring to life Galileo's curriculum, teaching a different theme each week, thoughtfully created by our year-round curriculum design team. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a philosophyit is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo Learning brings best-in-class educational programs to tens of thousands of kids each year through almost 100 in-person summer day camps across the country. We believe that the world needs innovators and that innovation can be taught. We think kids who learn to explore and who are willing to tackle challenges despite their fears are happier, more creative, and more confident. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own. We also know that we can’t achieve our mission without staff who are role models of innovation visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy, and our camp staff work hard. But part of what makes our camps great is our staff’s commitment to sharing in and bringing camp magic to lifefor campers, and for themselves, whether that looks like donning a chicken hat for a skit, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. Galileans take ownership of their own performance to make this place better every day. They grow a ton, and have fun while doing it. Check out our jobs videos for more about this role and working at Galileo. WHAT YOU’LL GET Professional growth and purposeful work in a playful, supportive environment. Plus, you’ll join a lifelong community that stands for innovation, expertise and joy. We have been on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for twelve years running, were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies, a Top 100 Real Impact Company, a Diversity Jobs Top Employer and are authentically committed to diversity, equity and inclusion which includes upholding a robust financial assistance program. Position Description ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare for and teach three rotations of Galileo curriculum per day in art, science or outdoors to groups of up to 30 campers, typically repeating the lesson with three different groups of campers in the same age groupTeach the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience or accommodate individual campers, and capturing feedback to share with curriculum developersMaintain safe environments for all campers and provide leadership and camp spirit to all campersContribute to and participate in daily camp activities, including check-in and check-out, opening/closing ceremonies and snack & lunch supervision and programmingAssist with daily set up and cleanup of campSummer Instructors will report to the Camp Director and receive professional development and ongoing coaching REQUIREMENTS Genuine love and interest in working with children and/or educationAbility to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm each dayFlexibility to meet changing needs and demands while balancing multiple tasks efficientlyAbility to work collaboratively on a team, with an openness to feedback and a desire to grow professionallyStrong organization skills and attention to detailA great communicator with families and guardiansCPR/First Aid certified OR willing to become certified by start of campMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by start of camp to ensure staff and campers are as safe and healthy as possible and to comply with enhanced health and safety protocolsNote: Galileo Learning does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position for Summer 2022.Note: Galileo Learning does not provide housing or relocation assistance. EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION Must be at least 18 years of age by May 30, 2022College degree preferred but not requiredPreferred experience with the grade level you will be teachingPreferred experience with the subject you will be teachingExperience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Summer Instructors. Summer Instructors' typical schedule is from 7:45am-4:15pm. General Camp Staff Hours: Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and dayStaff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming2-12 hours of online training before camp beginsTraining and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp startsCamp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 1-5 hours in your last week of camp, typically some additional hours at the end of the day. The needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in a flexible environment, both professionally and personally. COMPENSATION AND PERKS We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: Base compensation begins at $17/hr depending on location.Staff are compensated at a regular hourly rate, with overtime at 1.5x the hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements. Exact hourly rate is based on location and is included in the offer letter.Staff will be compensated at an hourly training rate for 2-12 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/trainingSummer staff positions are temporary, seasonal non-benefited positions and do not include paid vacation timeFree weeks of camp and/or significant camp discounts (exact details contingent on location) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs.Typing, writing, readingSeeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distanceUse hand and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipmentFrequent sittingStanding, walking, kneeling
Full Time
5/16/2022
Germantown, MD 20874
(14.3 miles)
Description: Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.As a member of our teaching staff, you will\:Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child The benefits our career professionals enjoy\: Medical, dental and visionChildcare benefitPaid time offEducation assistance and reimbursementMedical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match Qualification: Desired Skills and Experience\: CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtainActive Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain)Completed 12 core ECE Units Infant/toddler OR BA Degree in Child DevelopmentMust be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoorsAbility to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with childrenRead, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in EnglishAll center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the roleOur highest priority has always been to keep our employees, children, families, and communities as safe and healthy as possible. Starting October 18, 2021, we began requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly COVID testing for all unvaccinated employees. We are also subject to state law, local ordinances, and Health Department requirements for child care workers or school staff. KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.
Full Time
5/16/2022
Germantown, MD 20874
(14.3 miles)
Description: Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.As a member of our teaching staff, you will\:Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child The benefits our career professionals enjoy\: Medical, dental and visionChildcare benefitPaid time offEducation assistance and reimbursementMedical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match Qualification: Desired Skills and Experience\: CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtainActive Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain)Completed 12 core ECE Units Infant/toddler OR BA Degree in Child DevelopmentMust be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoorsAbility to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with childrenRead, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in EnglishAll center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the roleOur highest priority has always been to keep our employees, children, families, and communities as safe and healthy as possible. Starting October 18, 2021, we began requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly COVID testing for all unvaccinated employees. We are also subject to state law, local ordinances, and Health Department requirements for child care workers or school staff. KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.
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