The Restorative Practices Coach (RP Coach) is an hourly employee who will be deployed to various
CPS schools (2432 hours per week) to implement short term consultation, training, and coaching
projects to develop the mindsets, practices, systems, and structures that schools need to effectively
implement Restorative Practices within the school. The RP Coach will report to the Office of Social
Emotional Learning SEL Specialist, who will receive requests for and assign RP Coaches to coaching
projects developed by the Network SEL Specialist and school leadership. Once assigned a project, the
RP Coach will collaborate with the Network SEL Specialist and school leadership to meet the project
objectives, model relationship-building practices, and provide feedback and recommendations for
continuous improvement. The RP Coach will regularly document and share progress towards meeting
each project’s objectives. Ongoing support for coaches will be provided by the Office of Social
Emotional Learning through a comprehensive orientation and monthly Professional Learning
Community meeting. Must have reliable transportation.
To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to Jean Klasovsky at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 31,
District 7 currently operates bilingual (Spanish) programs at all four schools and offers bilingual (Polish) services at the Early Childhood Center and Oak Brook School. In recent years there have been numerous requests from our English speaking families to provide foreign language instruction for their students. This year District 7 will be exploring the implementation of a dual language program as an innovative way to combine the need to provide state mandated
programming, along with the desire to offer foreign language instruction to our English speaking students. District 7 has formed a research committee to explore offering dual language instruction to our students. As part of our research, administrators, teachers and parents will attend conferences, visit dual language schools, work with consultants and read and study research.
Kaleidoscope Education Solutions is dedicated to referring professionals including: school-based speech language pathologists, psychologists, special education teachers, and occupational and physical therapists, to schools.
The progress of children and families is our primary goal and we view each new project as an opportunity to improve and impact lives.
KES refers special education providers to approximately 30,000 schools and agencies and has consulted with more than 150 school districts across the country to enhance and improve delivery of special education and therapy services. We serve charter, non-public, and public schools, regional education centers, intermediate units, community programs, after school programs, and in-home programs.
Kaleidoscope Education Solutions is in need of LBS1 certified special education teacher for the 2016-2017 school year in the Romeoville area. If interested, please contact Tina Wagoner, Staffing Coordinator.
a leading employer of Special Education Teachers who enjoy providing
services to students within the school systems nationwide including, but not
limited to: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois,
Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington and Washington DC. As
the summer months are upon us, we are in the process of interviewing and hiring
for the upcoming school year.
We offer a
plethora of customized benefits options including:
Dental, Vision Insurance
Plan as of 4th Quarter
Paid Housing and Relocation Assistance
Education and Conference Reimbursements
careers in Schools and/or Medical Placement through our sister company,
Cross Country Healthcare
Please see the items below for new job postings in special education.
Speech Pathologist – full time. Requires PEL with an endorsement in Speech-Language Impaired. Serve students in a K-8 district that houses two Autism classrooms. Competitive salary/benefits. Summer hours available. Send letter of interest, resume and credentials to Duane Schupp, Principal, Tonica Grade School, 535 N. 1981 Road, Tonica, IL 61370. Email: email@example.com.
Special Education Instructor – Full time beginning August 17, 2016. The instructor should be a highly motivated special education teacher with knowledge of RtI process, Common Core Standards and differentiated instruction. Experience with Co-Teaching preferred but not required. Must hold a valid Illinois teaching license; LBS1. Salary based on experience and education per teacher contract. Apply online at: www.lease-sped.org; Employment Opportunities. Include letter of interest, resume, 3 letters of recommendation and a copy of professional license with online application.
Teacher of the Visually Impaired/Orientation & Mobility Specialist-full time starting August 2016. Requires Illinois Professional Educator License for Blind/Partially Sighted (Pre K-12) and Master's Degree in O & M (preferably with ACVREP Certification). The candidate will work with multiple school districts to provide both direct and consultation services for students with a visual impairment. Apply online at: www.lease-sped.org; Employment Opportunities. Please attach a letter of application, resume and reference letters.
Special Education Teacher – Qualifications: Illinois Professional Educator License with LBSI endorsement. ED/BD experience preferred but not required. Position is at a Public Day School facility serving students in grades K-12 with moderate to severe emotional/behavioral disabilities. Position available August 2016. Program focus is teaching responsibility, problem solving, and making good decisions. School is well staffed and supported with competitive salary and benefits. Apply online at: www.lease-sped.org; Employment Opportunities. Please attach a letter of application, resume and reference letters.
This is a full time position with benefits (medical, dental, vision, Life, Long Term Disabilities, short term disabilities, paid sick days, paid vacation days, paid personal day and paid holidays.)
Work Locations: (1) West side of Chicago, IL 60651
(2) E. 130th Street, Chicago, IL 60633
Position Title: Type 04 Teacher
Type 04 credential is a must
A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Bachelor’s in any field with a minimum of 30 hours of ECE semester credits
Working knowledge of Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies GOLD
Must have experience working in an early childhood classroom. Prior Head Start experience is preferred
Job Description Summary:
The Type 04 Teacher is responsible for providing children with a developmentally appropriate, safe and healthy environment to advance their physical and cognitive growth and development, in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards. The comprehensive goal of the teacher is to provide children with high quality educational instruction and to prepare them for kindergarten.
To Apply, Contact Vivi Cao @ 312-949-3600;
Email Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Or fax resume to 312-225-5249