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Full Time
9/15/2022
Reston, VA 20194
(7.6 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
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/7/2022
Mount Airy, MD 21771
(29.5 miles)
Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision, they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves. If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-being for all, for a better us.POSITION SUMMARY:Positions available in Carroll County, Harford County, and Anne Arundel County!!The Senior Youth Specialist/Teacher is responsible for participating in the development and implementation of programming for a group of school-aged children within a larger program. She/he is responsible for participating in the creation of the environment and in communication with parents. Must demonstrate a commitment to Y core values - caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:• Assist site director as needed• Participate in a variety of enriching activities with school-aged children• Follow program schedule including snack time, homework help, implementation of curriculum theme, cleanup, and other times set for activities;• Assist in maintaining high standard of health and safety keeping the health and welfare of all children in mind at all times• Participate in regularly scheduled team meetings as well as other meetings as needed.• Follows OCC regulations and other policies and procedures to ensure health and safety requirements are met• Participates and assist in school's out camp.REQUIRED SKILLS:• Ability to implement program curriculum effectively• Ability to enforce all rules and to make effective decisions to ensure the safety and security of program participants.• Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups from all social and economic segments of the community• Ability to make sound judgments for the quality of the program• Requires a tolerant, patient and steady person• Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding participant, associate and association records• Must be able to communicate with parents on a daily/as-needed basis about their child in a positive professional manner.• Requires the ability to communicate effectively with children, supervisor, school administration, parents and other Y associates.REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:• Minimum age of 19 years (Assistant Teacher - 18 years old)• High school diploma/certificate of high school equivalence or completed courses for credit from a college or university.• 3 semester hours/45 hours in School Age Curriculum or Preschool or 1800 hours of experience with school age children• 3 semester hours/45 hours in Growth and Development.• 9 clock hours Communication trainings or any college coursework• Completion of required Y Training• Proof of at least one college level course in child development or course work related to school age children.• Proof of at least 400 hours of supervisory experience in a childcare, recreational, or educational setting, or completed one year of college, or a combination of the above.• Pre-employment medical examination (paid by the Y)• Working knowledge of child care standards and licensing requirements• Must complete continuing education units as specified by the OCC on an annual basis.Associates of the Y in Central Maryland are required to be fully vaccinated for the COVID virus or have a valid medical or religious accommodation.The Y in Central Maryland provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Moreover, the Y is firmly committed to celebrating and achieving diversity and inclusion in all we do. We strive to be an anti-racist organization and expect all associates to treat others with respect, kindness and dignity, at all times. Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us.Other details Job Family Before and After School Pay Type Hourly
Full Time
9/16/2022
Easton, MD 20057
(26.3 miles)
EastonHigh School Reading Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/13/2022
Gaithersburg, MD 20883
(17.3 miles)
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced Mother BabyClinical Nurse Educatorin Maryland. The award winning hospital is searching for a Women's Services Nurse Educatorto join their highly trained, friendly, and compassionate team. This hospital is one of the largest single-site hospital providers of obstetric services in the Mid-Atlantic region, delivering more babies than any other hospital in Maryland. As the only health care provider in Maryland to receivethe Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval Awardfrom the Alliance for Workplace Excellence every year since 1999, this short term acute care hospital provides high quality care to patients in the surrounding areas. The non-profit health care system is continuously advancing as a forward-thinking health system committed to helping its community members address their individual needs and goals to achieve a better quality of life. The Mother BabyClinical Nurse Educatorwill be joining a hardworking team of professionals to maintain the system's highly regarded rank. The Mother BabyClinical Nurse Educatorprovides leadership in advancing the practice of nursing to achieve quality and cost- effective patient outcomes as well as provide leadership of multidisciplinary groups in designing and implementing innovative alternative solutions that address system problems and/or patient care issues. TheWomen's Services Nurse Educator will be providing a cost-effective comprehensive competency-based program inclusive of internship and orientation, and ongoing and new competencies.Among other responsibilities, the Mother BabyClinical Nurse Educator position will review departmental policies and procedures for adherence to recognized standards of care and revise as needed. This 300+ bed hospital seeks a Mother BabyClinical Nurse Educatorwith minimum five years related clinical experience, including national certification in clinical specialty. Nurse Leaders with theirMSN, previous role as an educator/preceptor, or role certification will earn quick interviews. The facility is a short drive to Washington DC and the area has a lot to offer! From shopping, concerts, museums, art, to local restaurants, and theaters there is something for everyone! The health care organization is eager and excited to welcome the new team member and will offer a competitive salary and generous benefits to the ideal candidate. Apply today to make a significant difference and join a reputable organization!
Full Time
9/2/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 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 ProgramTalkspaceTherapy ProgramBenefit Advocate CenterBi-weekly living stipendWorkers’ compensationRelocation supportBenefits specific to City Year locationCareer and University partnerships and scholarshipsCity Year / AmeriCorps Uniform partsAmeriCorps and other federally-issuedbenefitsYou will be eligible for:Segal AmeriCorps Education Award*Child carebenefits paid by AmeriCorpsLoan forbearance and interest accrual payments for qualified student loansTime accrual toward the U.S. Department of Education’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, (see Reduction of Education Costs)Income-based Loan Repayment Plan (IBR)Eligibility RequirementsCity Year AmeriCorps members are as diverse a group as the communities we serve. We’re looking for you if you want to build yourself, give back and are ready to change the world.Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident (Authorization to work in the U.S. is not sufficient. Those with DACA status unfortunately are not eligible at this time)Have a GED or high school diploma, some college experience, or college degreeHave served no more than three terms in an AmeriCorps state or national program*Agree to complete a background check
Full Time
9/15/2022
Reston, VA 20194
(7.6 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.Clinical Specialty: Operating RoomThe MGUH Operating Room houses 23 suites and is staffed 24 hours, 7 days per week. We provide a wide range of surgical services; Transplants, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, General Surgery, Thoracic, Plastics, Vascular, Robotics, GYN/GU, Ophthalmology and Pediatrics.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
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/17/2022
Jessup, MD 20794
(37.5 miles)
Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision, they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves. If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-being for all, for a better us.POSITION SUMMARY: This position serves as a Teacher for a Head Start classroom with a direct focus on children 3 to 4 years of age. The teacher will work collaboratively with one other Teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom with a total of 17- 20 children. The teacher also works with a team of other teachers, family managers and family members to implement the curriculum to achieve outcomes for children of all abilities. Teachers are expected to utilize a working knowledge of the principles of child growth and development to work with children and collaborate with related service areas.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:PlanningResponsible for the preparation and overall delivery of daily lesson plans. Post them for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroom.Develop an individual plan for each child including goal setting based on identified needs and prescriptions for objectives and activities to meet established child outcomes.Address challenging behaviors by observing to determine possible causes of the behavior, implementing preventive measures, teaching the child new social and communication skills and partnering with families to support the child at home.Implement a child-centered curriculum and learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation to promote development in all domains for children of all abilities.Use observations of children and anecdotal notes to document children's progress and individualize curriculum.Early Learning Implementation Follow and Implement the Creative Curriculum for Preschool/Infant, Toddler & Twos & Frog Street curriculum providing developmentally and linguistically appropriate experiences appropriate to age, language and culture of children served.Implement experiential learning activities advancing the intellectual and emotional competence of preschool children.Provide a print rich environment in which children develop literacy, numeracy and social skills using increasingly complex language and problem solving abilities.Provide positive guidance supporting children as they acquire readiness skills for kindergarten and beyond.Implement daily lesson plans in response to children's needs and interests incorporating observations, anecdotal record keeping, knowledge of early childhood development and the key experiences.Help children to acquire and use language as a means of communicating their thoughts, feelings and understanding of others, based on the CSEFEL pyramid model.Provide a variety of experiences and media that stimulates children to explore and express their creative ability.Develop and implement lesson activities that will support children in knowing, accepting and appreciating themselves as individuals, based on the CSEFEL pyramid model.Assist in fostering a sense of Early Intervention Specialist, Mentor Coach and Special Education Consultant, integrate the written Individual Education Plans (IEP)/Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for children with disabilities.Provide supervision and ensure the safety and security of children at all times in accordance with Head Start and OCC Licensing requirements. Supervise all classroom field trips and outdoor activitiesSupervise and eat nutritionally prepared meals with the children as a curriculum activity, to model good nutrition and proper social skills for preschool children.Understand regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contaminationFollow written policies and regulations established by Y Head Start, Maryland Health Department, Y of Central Maryland, Maryland State Department of Education and Baltimore City Child Care Licensing Department and Office of Child Care Family PartnershipsEstablish positive and productive relationships with parents, as well as, engaging parents through classroom activities, home learning experiences and program events.Provide opportunities for parents to increase their child's observation skills and to share assessments with staff that help plan the learning experiences.Encourage parent participation in Y associate-parent conferences and home visits discussing their child's development and education.Establish positive and productive relationships with families focusing on a relationship of trust and rapport.Complete a minimum of 3 parent conferences per school year: (Mandatory parent conferences: 1st Quarter Child Assessment Period, 2nd Quarter Child Assessment Period, 3rd Quarter Child Assessment Period)Coordinate and complete 2 home visits per school year. Fall & Spring 25.Identify and refer parents wanting to volunteer in the classroom, work as substitutes or in other volunteer activities to the Parent Engagement Coordinator Transitioning Ongoing Monitoring and Self-Assessment Conduct daily child health checks.Assess children on an on-going basis. Gather and organize anecdotal notes into the key domains and document for individualization and observation through Work Sampling Online and Creative Curriculum GOLD.Participate actively in bi-weekly Team Meetings, with zone Manager, to reflect on program and site performance, generate solutions and ensure high-quality classroom operations.Ensure the safety of children, at all times, through consistent implementation of Active Supervision, zoning, child count and maintaining classroom adult/child ratios. Supervision and Human Resources Work with Mentor Coach to self- assess/reflect on C.L.A.S.S. and ongoing classroom observations three times per year in regards to professional growth and developmentally appropriate practices.Participate in ongoing mentor - coaching and reflection sessions, in regards to individual skill development, classroom management, curriculum & instruction and CLASS, with Mentor Coach on an ongoing basis.Monitor volunteers, substitutes, during classroom operations.Plan and adjust work operations to meet changing or emergent program requirements within available resources and with minimum sacrifice to quantity or quality of work. General ResponsibilitiesParticipate in Y associate meetings, conferences, training sessions and workshops as assigned.Maintain confidentiality in regards to Y associate and family information.Fulfill role as mandated reporter as stated in Child Abuse and Neglect Policy.Perform any other work-related duties as requested by your supervisor.Be present at work in order to provide consistency of services.Be a contributory team member in a positive/productive manner.Demonstrate commitment to the Y mission, Y core values, and Y policies in the performance of daily duties.Recognize that your job description is service area specific and that a successful employee upholds the overall employment standards outlined in the Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual and specifically, but not limited to: confidentiality, child abuse reporting, attendance and dependability, appropriate dress, customer service and support to all families, prudent use of program resources, and promoting and maintaining safe work environmentQUALIFICATIONS: Must obtain a criminal background check.Basic computer literacy email, word processing and internet navigationEducation Child Development Associate Credential w/commitment to enroll in OR currently enrolled in BS/BA degree program majoring in Early Childhood Education or Child Development to be completed within specific time frame.Teacher IAssociate's DegreeTeacher IIBachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science DegreeTeacher IIIMaster's DegreeExperience Creative Curriculum for Preschool/Infant, Toddler & Two's and Frog Street curriculum experience, preferredCertificationsObtain CPR and First Aid within the first year of employmentENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Able to lift a child weighing 40 pounds, 20 times a day if needed.Associates of the Y in Central Maryland are required to be fully vaccinated for the COVID virus or have a valid medical or religious accommodation.The Y in Central Maryland provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Moreover, the Y is firmly committed to celebrating and achieving diversity and inclusion in all we do. We strive to be an anti-racist organization and expect all associates to treat others with respect, kindness and dignity, at all times. Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us.Other details Job Family Early Childhood Development Pay Type Hourly
Full Time
9/16/2022
Easton, MD 20057
(26.3 miles)
EastonMiddle School English Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/9/2022
Gaithersburg, MD 20883
(17.3 miles)
An exciting opportunity awaits an experiencedMaternal Child Health Clinical Nurse Educatorin Maryland. The award winning hospital is searching for a Women's Services Nurse Educatorto join their highly trained, friendly, and compassionate team. This hospital is one of the largest single-site hospital providers of obstetric services in the Mid-Atlantic region, delivering more babies than any other hospital in Maryland. As the only health care provider in Maryland to receivethe Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval Awardfrom the Alliance for Workplace Excellence every year since 1999, this short term acute care hospital provides high quality care to patients in the surrounding areas. The non-profit health care system is continuously advancing as a forward-thinking health system committed to helping its community members address their individual needs and goals to achieve a better quality of life. TheMaternal Child Health Clinical Nurse Educatorwill be joining a hardworking team of professionals to maintain the system's highly regarded rank. TheMaternal Child Health Clinical Nurse Educatorprovides leadership in advancing the practice of nursing to achieve quality and cost- effective patient outcomes as well as provide leadership of multidisciplinary groups in designing and implementing innovative alternative solutions that address system problems and/or patient care issues. TheWomen's Services Nurse Educator will be providingclinical teaching and supervision and directing patient assignment for new and experienced staff. Among other responsibilities, this position will be responsible for teaching didactic classes as well as managing the CETT Drills (Critical Event Team Training). TheMaternal Child Health Clinical Nurse Educator collaborates with other educators in the hospital and will cohesively work with the Labor & Delivery Educator. This 300+ bed hospital seeks aMaternal Child Health Clinical Nurse Educatorwith minimum five years related clinical experience, including national certification in clinical specialty. Nurse Leaders with theirMSN, previous role as an educator/preceptor, or role certification will earn quick interviews. The facility is a short drive to Washington DC and the area has a lot to offer! From shopping, concerts, museums, art, to local restaurants, and theaters there is something for everyone! The health care organization is eager and excited to welcome the new team member and will offer a competitive salary and generous benefits to the ideal candidate. Apply today to make a significant difference and join a reputable organization!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/17/2022
Jessup, MD 20794
(37.5 miles)
Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision, they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves. If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-being for all, for a better us.POSITION SUMMARY:This position serves as an Assistant Teacher for a Head Start classroom. The Assistant Teacher will work collaboratively with the teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom with a total of 17-20 children. The Assistant Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers, family advocates and family members to implement the curriculum and achieve outcomes for children of all abilities.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:PlanningWill assist in ensuring that the written curriculum includes:Goals for children's development and learning;The experiences through which children will achieve these goals;What staff and parents can do to help children achieve these goals;The materials needed to support the implementation of the curriculum towards achieving the stated goals;Responsible for collaborating with the Teacher in the preparation of daily lesson plans and post for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroomAid in the development of individual plans for each child including goal-setting based on need identified by parents and teacher, and prescriptions for objectives and activities to meet established child outcomes.Early Learning Implementation Follow the Creative & Frog Street curriculum providing developmentally and linguistically appropriate experiences appropriate to age, language and culture of children served.Implement experiential learning activities advancing the intellectual and emotional competence of infants and toddlers.Provide positive guidance and discipline supporting children as they acquire readiness skills for kindergarten and beyond.Implement daily lesson plans in response to children's needs and interests incorporating observations, anecdotal record keeping, knowledge of early childhood development and the key experiences.Implement Individual Family Services Plans (IFSPs) for children with disabilities.Provide children with a consistent classroom routine.Provide supervision and ensure the safety and security of children at all times in accordance with Early/Head Start and day care licensing requirements.Supervise and eat nutritionally prepared meals and/or snacks with the children as a curriculum activity, to model good nutrition and proper social skills for infants and toddlers.Co-supervise, with the Teacher, all field trips and outdoor activities.Understand regulations associated with prevention of disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contaminationFamily PartnershipInvite parent involvement in the development of the program's curriculum and approach to child development and education.Provide opportunities for parents to increase their child observation skills and to share assessments with staff that help plan the learning experiences.Encourage parent participation in staff-parent conferences and home visits discussing their child's development and education.Establish positive and productive relationships with families focusing on building trust and rapport.Work with Teacher to schedule and complete two home visits per year and 3 parent-teacher conferences per year.Participate in parent orientation and ongoing parent trainings as required.Identify and refer parents wanting to volunteer in the classroom, work as substitutes or in other volunteer activities to Family Advocate. Support parent volunteers in classroom in needed.Communication and Service CoordinationShare pertinent information with Family Advocate ensuring coordinated services to meet the needs of individual children and families. Participate in case conferences as appropriate.Maintain regular contact with parents and complete appropriate documentation.Forward classroom updates to the Teacher to be included in monthly newsletter.Direct developmental concerns to the Health, Nutrition and Early Intervention Specialist.Record Keeping and RecordingRequest supplies as needed and participate in classroom/program inventory as requested.Gather and maintain individual, family and classroom data for documentation, on-going assessment, evaluation and recording keeping for successful individual and program planning.Utilize Work Sampling Online, E-DECA, PROMIS/COPA to enter child data, as needed, on an ongoing basisOn Going Monitoring and Self-AssessmentWork with Teacher to conduct daily health checks.Assess children on an ongoing basis. Gather and organize anecdotal notes into the key goals and objectives and document in Work Sampling Online/Creative Curriculum GOLD.Work with teaching team and Center Manager, Data & Outcomes Manager and Curriculum & Environments Specialist to analyze child outcomes on a classroom basis, quarterly, and make adjustments to curriculum planning and implementation as needed.Supervision and Human ResourcesModel appropriate classroom practices.Work with Zone Manager and Teacher to develop and support the individual development plan for assigned volunteers.Assist the Teacher in devising work methods and procedures that support improvements in existing work practices; supporting the volunteers you supervise in developing and setting goals, priorities and timelines.Maintain the plan to meet changing or emergent program requirements within available resources and with minimum sacrifice to quantity or quality of work.Participate actively in ongoing Zone Team Meetings, with Zone Manager, to reflect on performance, generate solutions and ensure high-quality classroom operations.Work with Mentor Coach to self- assess/reflect on C.L.A.S.S. observations three times per year in regards to professional growth and developmentally appropriate practices.Participate in ongoing mentor - coaching and reflection, in regards to curriculum & instruction, with Mentor Coach.QUALIFICATIONS:Must obtain a criminal background check.EducationAssistant Teacher IMaryland 90 hours with agreement to enroll in CDA credential programAssistant Teacher IICDA Credential in Preschool (Head Start), CDA Credential in Infants & Toddlers ( Early Head Start) AA Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field, preferred.Assistant Teacher IIIAA Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field.Assistant Teacher IVBA/BS Degree; Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field preferred.Experience Prior Head Start Classroom and/or Preschool experience with children, preferred.Basic computer literacy in email, Microsoft Office and Google DocsCertificationsObtain CPR and First Aid certification within the first year of employmentWORKING CONDITIONS:Able to lift a child weighing 40 pounds, 20 times a day if neededAssociates of the Y in Central Maryland are required to be fully vaccinated for the COVID virus or have a valid medical or religious accommodation.The Y in Central Maryland provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Moreover, the Y is firmly committed to celebrating and achieving diversity and inclusion in all we do. We strive to be an anti-racist organization and expect all associates to treat others with respect, kindness and dignity, at all times. Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us.Other details Job Family Early Childhood Development Pay Type Hourly
Full Time
9/16/2022
Elkton, MD 20057
(26.3 miles)
ElktonHigh School Science Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/21/2022
Bethesda, MD 20811
(20.2 miles)
An exciting opportunity is now open for a Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator for Surgical Oncology in the Greater DC area. Ranked as one of the nation's Top 100 hospitals, this award winning hospital provides the highest level of safe and outstanding quality patient care. This large teaching facility is known for both quality of care to their patients, but also has won awards for Workplace Excellence. Their dedication to their employees and patients makes this hospital a preferred provider in their community. The Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator for Surgical Oncology will provide staff with current best-practice/research including the latest evidence supporting cost-effective, safe nursing practices and formal/informal education. The Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator for Surgical Oncology will have a Master's in Nursing degree with 5 years experience in surgery and oncology. The hospital is located near the Greater DC area. Close to both metropolitan areas or rural settings, this picturesque area offers a variety of activities for all to enjoy. The area is known for international cuisine, rich art and museums, parks and a multitude of outdoor activities. Living in this area provides a great work/life balance and is a fantastic place to raise a family. The Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator for Surgical Oncology will be offered a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package. This hospital system offers amazing growth and advancement opportunities in this progressive, innovative hospital.
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Vienna, VA 20057
(26.3 miles)
ViennaHigh School Reading Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/2/2022
Catonsville, MD 21228
(42.8 miles)
Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision, they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves. If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-being for all, for a better us.Position Summary:Working closely with the Academic Coordinator, the teacher is responsible for increasing the academic achievement of elementary, middle or high school age after-school students by effectively engaging students in learning utilizing research-based curriculum. The teacher will be responsible for planning, creating and carrying out lesson plans that meet the individual needs of the students and the overall goals of he program. S/he will meet regularly and plan with the Site Director and Academic Coordinator. The teacher is located in a public school, community based center or Y Family Center.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provide engaging lessons that help students master academic skills and meet program goals. Create and implement lesson plans. Communicate regularly with the academic coordinator and site director. Complete reports and provide data as required by the Academic Coordinator. Track progress of students and provide differentiated instruction Monitor and supervise student activity in hallways, cafeteria, restrooms, and entrance ways. Escort students to proper locations as necessary. Maintains accurate registration, attendance, and schedule records via software. Other duties as assigned.YMCA LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES:Advancing Our Mission & Cause - Provide visionary leadership to the organization and to ensure that all resources are mobilized to adapt to new challenges and needs in the community Building Relationships - Connect people to the Y's cause by developing inclusiverelationships, partnerships and collaborations so that Ys can co-create solutions to pressing social needsLeading Operations - Ensure relevance, effectiveness, and sustainability of the organization so that we can continue to fulfill our promise to the communityDeveloping & Inspiring People - Support the holistic development of self and others so that everyone can embrace the Y's cause, sustain the Y's culture, and inspire others to take individual and collective action to further our impactQUALIFICATIONS:EDUCATION -Certified Teaching CertificateBachelor's Degree or higher in education preferred.EXPERIENCE - 1-2 years' experience with targeted population preferred, but not required. Experience with classroom and behavior management. Experience writing and implementing academic lesson plans. Experience with project based learning.SKILLS - Good oral and written communication skills. Ability to communicate and interact effectively with school personnel, students and parents. Ability to respond to emergency situation while maintaining composure and demonstrating appropriate professionalism and restraint at all times. Ability to assist in chaperoning field trips. Basic level knowledge of working a computer for data entry. Capacity to develop effective working relationships with people from a variety of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious, sexual, and generational backgrounds.ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Physically able to successfully complete required job functions, including use of hands, arms, fingers, able to talk and hear, use a computer, sit and stand, regularly move/lift up to 50 pounds, enter all Y environments (office spaces, indoor and outdoor maintenance/mechanical areas, fitness areas, pool and pool space, camping areas, unimproved outdoor locations and other program areas).ACCOUNTABILITY:Accountable for completion of assigned goals as measured by the number of people served, cause driven measures, service satisfaction scores, operating results, and supervisor evaluation of assigned dutiesAn offer of employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory results to meet minimum requirements of the position. The requirements may include background check, drug test,driver's license record, CPS, and/or criminal background check.Additional driver's license check, CPS, criminal background check, alcohol, and/or drug testing may be required to be processed in the future in order to meet and/or maintain the requirements of this position.Associates of the Y in Central Maryland are required to be fully vaccinated for the COVID virus or have a valid medical or religious accommodation.The Y in Central Maryland provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Moreover, the Y is firmly committed to celebrating and achieving diversity and inclusion in all we do. We strive to be an anti-racist organization and expect all associates to treat others with respect, kindness and dignity, at all times. Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us.Other details Job Family Youth Development Pay Type Hourly
Full Time
9/16/2022
Vienna, VA 20057
(26.3 miles)
ViennaMiddle School English Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/9/2022
Arlington, VA 22201
(22.5 miles)
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced ICU Clinical Nurse Educatorin Maryland. The award winning hospital is searching for a Surgical Critical Care Education Specialistto join their highly trained, friendly, and compassionate team. As the only health care provider in Maryland to receivethe Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval Awardfrom the Alliance for Workplace Excellence every year since 1999, this short term acute care hospital provides high quality care to patients in the surrounding areas. The non-profit health care system is continuously advancing as a forward-thinking health system committed to helping its community members address their individual needs and goals to achieve a better quality of life. The ICUClinical Nurse Educatorwill be joining a hardworking team of professionals to maintain the system's highly regarded rank. The ICUClinical Nurse Educatorprovides clinical expertise at the point of care manifesting a high level of expertise in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of the complex response of individuals, families, or populations. The Surgical Critical Care Education Specialist provides staff with current best-practice/research including the latest evidence supporting cost-effective, safe nursing practices as well as providing both formal and informal education for nurses and other health professionals and health professional students. This 300+ bed hospital seeks an ICUClinical Nurse Educatorwith five years related clinical experience, including national certification in clinical specialty. Nurse Leaders with theirMSN, teaching experience, or role certification will earn quick interviews. The facility is a short drive to Washington DC and the area has a lot to offer! From shopping, concerts, museums, art, to local restaurants, and theaters there is something for everyone! The health care organization is eager and excited to welcome the new team member and will offer a competitive salary and generous benefits to the ideal candidate. Apply today to make a significant difference and join a reputable organization!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Hanover, PA 20057
(26.3 miles)
HanoverHigh School Reading Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/25/2022
Silver Spring, MD 20900
(23.4 miles)
OpportunitiesforRN Nurse Educators in most clinicalspecialties are open with an expanding DMVHealthcare System. This growing hospital is commutable from DC, Maryland, and Northern VA. The hospital received a consumer rating as among the top 5 percent of hospitals across the nation for successful outcomes. This academic medical center is part of an integrated national health system that aligns multiple member institutions and affiliates. As a result, the opportunity forlocal, regional, and national growth is guaranteed. The hospital is looking for aStepdown, Cardiovascular, ICU, Trauma, Neuro, Surgical Services, Medical-Surgical, Oncology Nurse Educatorsto help orientate its new nurses, provide continuing education to experienced nurses, and participate in community outreach. This role's significant function will be to educate hospital staff, including nurses, technicians, and other personnel who contact inpatient Vascular patients. Nurses with variousICU/Critical CareUnitorProgressive Care Unit (PCUor IMC), Medical-Surgical, and Telemetryexperience will be considered. In addition, ClinicalNurse Leaders(CNL)andClinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) are encouraged to apply. The RN Educator will work closely with the Nurse Director of Professional Practice, who is dedicated to building a collaborative team of Nurse Educators. Additional responsibilities include: Models as a subject matter expert, change agent, coach/mentor, and higher education facilitator.Identifies education/training needs and establishes programs with measurable student objectives.Supports the education and training needs of procedures, patient types, new equipment, and clinicaldocumentationSolicits feedback through patient rounds, assessment of patient progress, and communication with staff.Assists in the facilitation of nursing orientation.Review, revise, develop, and administer curricula for approved clinical and non-clinical programs. The hospital seeks qualified candidates and is motivated to move quickly. A candidate with anMSNor certificationsincludingRN-BC, CNOR, CCRN, andCPAN,will earn interviews. Competitive salary and benefits are available; Do not miss this opportunity to join a growing team. The hospital is part of a growing academic national health system, and a brand-new regional health center is in plans, so the opportunity for growth abounds. This hospital is motivated to move quickly with the right candidate so apply today!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Hyattsville, MD 20057
(26.3 miles)
HyattsvilleHigh School Science Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/20/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
A hospital in Maryland is actively seeking a Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health to join their growing team. This is a full-time, permanent position where the Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will be a direct-hire employee for a top-ranked health system. The Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health has the opportunity to join a health system that delivers exceptional inpatient and outpatient services to individuals throughout Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia. This health system continues to build, grow, invest in innovation and launch new programs so that patients in the community are able to access high-quality care. The Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will work for a 300+ bed facility known for both their acute care hospital and rehab center. This award winning hospital continues to be recognized for their high quality scores, patient-centered approach, and commitment to the community. The Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will join the newly renovated Inpatient Behavioral and Mental Health department, reporting to the Director of Behavioral and Psychiatric Services. Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will primarily be responsible for overseeing educational programs, new hire orientation, and preceptor program for the Inpatient Psychiatric and Behavioral units dedicated to both a voluntary and involuntary adult psychiatric and behavioral population. The Inpatient Behavioral Health Nursing Educator will also update policy procedures, ensure hospital, state, and federal regulatory compliance, and cross collaborate with multidisciplinary teams of nurses, dieticians, social workers, case managers, physicians, and ancillary staff. The Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will have a clinical background working in an inpatient behavioral health, mental health, or psychiatric unit, be a registered nurse, and be master’s prepared. Ideally the Nurse Educator will also have inpatient behavioral or psychiatric experience, and have previous preceptor or inpatient nurse educator experience. The Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health is a positive, compassionate leader who is excited to motivate, inspire, educate and lead a team of new and seasoned nurses who are passionate about providing a welcoming positive environment while delivering exceptional quality care and experience to both the patients and their families. Come work for a hospital located in the greater Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia region. With a great work-life balance, the Nurse Educator Inpatient Behavioral Health will enjoy an array of dining options, endless shopping, visiting historic museums and monuments, hiking on the nearby trails, or taking day trips to the beach. This is a full-time, permanent position working a Monday through Friday schedule. The Nurse Educator Behavioral Health will be an employee of a reputable health system in the Maryland / Washington DC area. The hospital is actively interviewing and preparing to offer a comprehensive compensation package that includes a competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, generous paid time off accrual schedule, tuition reimbursement, employee centered programs including Zumba classes, employee discount programs, free parking, and more! Don’t wait, learn more and apply today!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Elkton, MD 20057
(26.3 miles)
ElktonMiddle School English Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/7/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Look no further, an exciting opportunity with a reputable hospital in the D.M.V area is now available as the Nurse Educator Medical Surgical. The Nurse Educator Med Surg will work at a growing hospital dedicated to Service Excellence. This hospital provides a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient care to patients throughout the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia region. Notable specialized services offered at this 350+ acute care hospital include their neurology program, cancer care, cardiac surgery, trauma center, rehabilitation services, emergency medicine, and women’s center. Being partnered with a top academic university, this hospital attracts word-class specialists, utilizes the most advanced technology and techniques, and offers an array of clinical trials. With phenomenal patient satisfaction scores combined with a high employee retention rate, this organization is ranked one of the best places to work. The Nurse Educator Med-Surg will provide clinical education to the new hires and current department staff. Reporting to the Director of Professional Development, the Nurse Educator will work in the medical-surgical department that spans across multiple specialty units, totaling 170+ beds. Responsibilities of the Medical Surgical Nurse Educator include coordinating the on-boarding and new hire orientation for all inpatient, acute care employees working on the medical surgical units. The Medical Surgical Nurse Educator will ensure compliance, patient safety, and quality care is consistently delivered through promoting a team oriented, positive, patient-centered environment. With state-of-the-art equipment throughout the hospital, the Medical Surgical Nurse Educator will be up-to-date utilizing advanced technology and evidence based practice. The Nurse Educator Med-Surg should also be familiar with using electronic medical records EMR, creating educational curriculumand programs, presenting, and mentoring teams. Additionally, the Nurse Educator Med Surg will have a recent clinical background working in an acute care setting, prior preceptor or Nurse Educator experience, hold their Registered Nurse License, and ideally hold their MSN. Come work for a hospital located in the greater Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia region. With a great work-life balance, the Nurse Educator Medical Surgical will enjoy an array of dining options, endless shopping, visiting historic museums and monuments, hiking on the nearby trails, or taking day trips to the beach. This is a full-time, permanent position working a Monday through Friday schedule. The Nurse Educator Medical Surgical will be an employee of a reputable health system in the Maryland / Washington DC area. The hospital is actively interviewing and preparing to offer the Nurse Educator Med-Surg a comprehensive compensation package that includes a competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, generous paid time off accrual schedule, tuition reimbursement, employee discount programs, commuter allowance, and more. Don’t wait, learn more and apply today!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Vienna, VA 20057
(26.3 miles)
ViennaHigh School Science Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/9/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
A fantastic opportunity has presented itself for an experienced Clinical Nurse Educator NICU with a prestigious healthcare organization in the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) region. Are you ready to grow your nursing career This state-of-the-art, Magnet designated acute care hospital prides itself on top-notch patient care and successful patient outcomes. With over 550 beds, this facility offers a wide range of specialty services to their surrounding communities, including ICU, Neurology, Orthopedics, OBGYN services, and cancer care. They have received numerous accolades for their Cancer Institute, Maternity Care/NICU, and Stroke Care, and are consistently rising above their competition in patient experience, and technology. This NICU RN Educator will join an established team at one of the few Level IV NICU’s in the area. Responsibilities for this position include promoting education and communication among nursing and ancillary staff on the unit, integrating evidence based practice and performance improvement into clinical practice, and assessing, designing, and implementing educational strategies to continue nursing education and promote clinical competency. It is important that this RN has previous NICU experience (ideally in a Level IV setting), and has their BSN. An MSNis required for this role (or must be currently enrolled in an MSNprogram), and previous education experience are not required but are preferred. This facility is located in the middle of the DMV (D.C., MD, and VA) area and offers a wide variety of activities to enjoy on your days off. There is no lack of delicious cuisine, hiking/biking trails, museums, and lakes nearby. You will also be just a short trip away from multiple other cities/states so that you can scratch your adventure itch any weekend you please. This organization is prepared to offer the right candidate a competitive base salary and comprehensive benefits package. Do you want to work for one of the top hospitals in the DMV region What are you waiting for Apply now!
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
Employment Status/hours:Full-time; In-person; Monday – Friday (during traditional school hours)Service Term: Immediate - June 2023 *Subject to change per district approval of school calendars in Spring 2022Compensation:Living Stipend $21,478.28$3,000 end of year completion awardSegal Education Award valued at $4,546.5090% Employer Paid Comprehensive Benefits Package, including Medical, Dental & Vision$500 relocation allowance for those relocating over 50 miles to serveWho 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, and Charleston, SC.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 are age 18 or over with a high school diploma or GEDYou 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 $4,546.50Bi-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!#earlycareer
Full Time
9/16/2022
Hanover, PA 20057
(26.3 miles)
HanoverHigh School Science Certified Teacher Jobs Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap. Why join our platform Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week.Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want.Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients).Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts.Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform.Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus. What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind.You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality.You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student. Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring. About Varsity Tutors Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.
Full Time
9/25/2022
Washington, DC 20022
(24.1 miles)
A hospital in the DMV is actively seeking an Oncology Nurse Educator to join their team. Now is your time to join a health system that is devoted to delivering exceptional inpatient and outpatient care to individuals throughout Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia area. This health system continues to build, grow, invest in innovation, and launch new programs so that patients in the community are able to access high-quality care from renowned providers. The Oncology Nurse Educator will work at a 300+ bed facility known for both their acute care hospital and rehab center. This award winning hospital continues to be recognized for their high quality scores, patient-centered approach, and commitment to the community. Reporting to the Director of Education, the Oncology Nurse Educator will oversee oncology nursing education, including new-hire orientation, training, and managing the preceptor program. The Oncology Nurse Educator will also update policy procedures, ensure regulatory compliance, and cross collaborate with multidisciplinary teams. Ideally the Oncology Nurse Educator will hold their ONCC, ONS, APHON, OCN, CPHON, CBCN, BMTCN, AOCNP, AOCNS, CPON, AOCN certification, along with recent oncology experience, and ideally some educator, preceptor, management, or nurse navigator experience. The Oncology Nurse Educator is also required to hold their RN license. Come work for a hospital located in the greater Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia region. With a great work-life balance, the Clinical Nursing Director Inpatient Psychiatry will enjoy an array of dining options, endless shopping, visiting historic museums and monuments, hiking on the nearby trails, or taking day trips to the beach. This is a full-time, permanent position working a Monday through Friday schedule. The Oncology Nurse Educator will be a direct-hire employee for a reputable health system in the Maryland / Washington DC area. The hospital is actively interviewing and preparing to offer a comprehensive compensation package that includes a competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, generous paid time off accrual schedule, tuition reimbursement, employee centered programs including Zumba classes, employee discount programs, free parking, and more! Don’t wait, learn more and apply today!
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