Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Full-Time Spanish Bilingual Teacher


Chicago Math and Science Academy AND Horizon Science Belmont prepares students to succeed in college and the world by offering high-quality, college-prep, STEM education.

We are seeking a full time Spanish Bilingual Teacher. Currently the position requires the bilingual teacher to push in to rooms with larger EL populations.  The students require extra support in their other classes.  The teacher would clarify and modify work for the students in the program (and any other student who needs help). He/she would co-teach with a SPED teacher.  The co-teach model could change daily based on the lesson.  The teacher will push into other classes as well to assist the bilingual students.  The job may change as the year progresses and the needs of the students change. 

 

Qualifications: 

- Certified teacher in elementary/middle OR high school

- Endorsed in Spanish bilingual

 If interested, please email resumes to Fatih Unlu at unlu@cmsaonline.net 

 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

High School Business Teacher Wanted

Donovan Community Unit School District 3 is located near the Bradley Bourbonnais area. The mission of Donovan CUSD3 is to teach students skills and values while encouraging them to gain the knowledge necessary to empower them to be contributing, responsible citizens confidently adapting to our changing society.
 
We are seeking a High School Business teacher with the required Illinois PEL with Business endorsement. To apply, please send a letter of interest, updated resume, copy of Illinois PEL, unofficial copy of transcripts and letters of recommendation via email (preferred) to: westricks@donovanschools.org  
or mail to:
Steve Westrick, Superintendent
Donovan CUSD # 3
600 North Street
Donovan, IL 60931
 
December graduates encouraged to apply. 

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

BI-LINGUAL COUNSELOR
The Bridge Youth and Family Services seeks a full-time bilingual (Spanish speaking) counselor to provide outpatient psychotherapy to children and families in the northwest suburban community.
This position is 40 hours weekly and includes weekday day and evening hours. Master's degree in a human service discipline required, salary increase for licensure, and The Bridge will help the successful candidate achieve and maintain licensure.
The successful candidate will provide services to a diverse population of children through age 17. The Bridge provides a supportive team environment, competitive compensation, and regular clinical supervision.
Resumes via e-mail to: smehta@bridgeyouth.org
Selene Mehta, LCSW
Clinical Supervisor
The Bridge Youth and Family Services 721 S. Quentin Rd. #103

Palatine, IL  60067

Thursday, August 31, 2017

2nd Grade Teacher Needed Immediately in Chicago!

Hendricks Elementary is a public school within Chicago Public Schools and needs immediately to hire a second grade teacher.  The position has to be filled ASAP as the school year will commence on September 5th.  

For more information, please reach out to the principal at Hendricks, Sandee McDonald,at slmcdonald1@cps.edu.  Alternatively, contact RU alum and current doctoral student LaTia Taylor at ltaylor21@mail.roosevelt.edu.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Talman Elementary is looking for Tutors

Talman Elementary School aims to provide a nurturing, small school academic environment that includes staff, parents, and community members working together to promote academic achievement and life-long learners.

Talman is seeking college students to work as tutors. These tutors are paid $12/hour. Tutors will work with students in small groups and work directly with classroom teachers. Flexible scheduling makes this an excellent opportunity for students planning to be teachers as Talman offers flexible schedules.

If interested and for more information, please email the Assistant Principal Maricela Sanchez.

Talman Elementary School is located at 5450 S. Talman in Chicago.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Early Childhood Lead Teacher Needed

JOB TITLE: Lead Teacher
DEPARTMENT: Early Childhood Center
SUPERVISOR: Director of the Early Childhood Education Center

Duties/Responsibilities:
                 
                  The Lead Teacher position is responsible to provide for the development of each child spiritually, socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally. It is necessary for the Lead Teacher to collaborate and plan with co – teacher or assistant teacher in the implementation of the curriculum and to participate as a contributing member of the center’s professional team in staff meetings, devotions, community activities and professional leadership.
                  The Lead Teacher will also supervise university undergraduate and graduate students who are assigned to work in the classrooms. He or she will prepare, care for, and organize the environment, including opening the classroom and making it ready for parents and children
The Lead Teacher will keep up with day to day tasks such as monitoring small groups and/or free choice play time and keep daily records of attendance, maintain up to date portfolios on all children throughout the year as a means of assessment of learning
                  The Lead Teacher is expected to exhibit a service mentality towards all customers. All communication with customers is expected to be effective, professional, accurate and timely. This includes maintaining appropriate contact with and support of parents/families including newsletter, conferences, parent meetings, Curriculum Night and Thanksgiving service
                  The Lead Teacher will also be responsible for following standards set by DCFS (Department of Children and Family Services ), NLSA (National Lutheran School Association)  and NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children), following guidelines as employee of Concordia University as listed in Staff Handbook, and to promote Center’s Mission/Vision statement.

Skill Set:
·       Necessary skills include strong administrative skills, superior communication skills, computer literacy, excellent written and oral skills, attention to detail, and the ability to supervise and work with others. It is also necessary that the Lead teacher is an enthusiastic supporter of Lutheran education and Concordia University Chicago and has knowledge of the University’s mission and vision, the College of Education goals and how the Center supports the academic programs.

Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in related field required

Interested individuals should apply online at www.cuchicago.edu/employment


Concordia does not discriminate in the employment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex or age.  As an institution of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, however, and to the extent allowed by law, Concordia University reserves the right to give preference in employment based upon religious affiliation. 

About Concordia University Chicago
Concordia University Chicago is a liberal arts-based Christian university founded in the Lutheran tradition. Through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Education, and College of Graduate and Innovative Programs, Concordia-Chicago offers more than 100 areas of study in small classes taught by professors who are passionate about teaching and student success. All undergraduate and graduate degrees are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.


Concordia University Chicago has been recognized as a College of Distinction since 2010, and in 2013 was named to the U.S. President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the fifth time. For the sixth consecutive year, combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment has exceeded more than 5,000 students. Concordia University Chicago is located in River Forest, 10 miles west of downtown Chicago. Learn more at CUChicago.edu

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

CPS Career Fairs, Aug 11-17

As a valued partner of Chicago Public Schools, they cordially invite our program participants to attend our upcoming career fairs. Please feel free to forward this message directly to any candidates that may be interested in attending.

The Talent Office will host four (4) career fairs this August for licensed teachers, and one (1) career fair for School Support Staff:
·  Pre-registration is now open and is highly encouraged.
·  Candidates should plan to dress professionally and distribute multiple resume copies.
 
Location: Phoenix Military Academy (145 S Campbell Ave, Chicago, IL 60612)
*Enter through door 13 "Student Entrance" off Western Avenue*
 
Friday, August 11th
·  10-12 pm  - High Needs Elementary Teachers - Candidate check in at 9:45
·  2-4 pm - High Needs Secondary Teachers - Candidate check in at 1:45

Tuesday, August 15th
·  10-12 pm - All Elementary Teachers- Candidate check in at 9:45

Wednesday, August 16th
·  10-12 pm  - All Secondary Teachers - Candidate check in at 9:45

Thursday, August 17th
·  10-12 pm - All Support Staff, All Schools - Candidate check in at 9:45

Teachers: cps.edu/talent
Support Staff: cps.edu/schoolstaff


For any questions about these events, candidates may email talentoffice@cps.edu.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Dist 161 seeks Junior High Spanish Teacher

Flossmoor School District 161 seeks a Junior High Spanish Teacher. The position requires a valid Illinois Professional Educator's License and teacher candidates must have taught Spanish grade 6-8 education in the last 10 years or taken relevant coursework in the last 2 years. Please click here to view the complete posting and to apply for this vacancy.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Teaching Opportunities in Memphis, TN

Shelby County Schools has exciting opportunities to teach for the 2017-18 school year, especially for high school math and elementary grades.

Reasons to consider Shelby County Schools:
  • Pay starts at $43,000, and teachers have options to earn stipends based on performance and holding advanced degrees in education or their subject area
  • The cost of living in Memphis is incredibly affordable! In terms of cost of living, making $50,000 in Memphis is like making $68,757 in Chicago
  • A Professional Educator license from Illinois PEL reciprocates to a 3 year teaching license in Tennessee; we also have an alternate route teaching license option in case students did not earn a teaching license through their degree
  • Memphis is a vibrant and up-and-coming place to live. Learn more at Choose901.org and the I Love Memphis blog

To start an application, teachers may submit a profile here. There are 4 pages of information to complete, so make sure to scroll to the bottom of each and hit submit, next, finish etc.

For more information, contact:

Abigail Johnson
Advisor, Talent Acquisition
Department of Human Resources
Shelby County Schools
160 S. Hollywood St., Memphis, TN 38112
901.416.0213 | johnsona12@scsk12.org

Monday, June 26, 2017

Memphis Hiring Event - Elementary Education

Shelby County Schools is hosting a hiring event for elementary school teaching opportunities to connect candidates with elementary school principals. We look forward to supporting you in connecting with principals about their elementary school teaching opportunities!

Please note, at this event, principals will ONLY be interviewing for elementary school teaching/certified positions (not non-instructional positions). If you are interested in positions other than elementary school teaching, please continue to apply via your online application.

When will the event be held?
The event will be held on Thursday, June 29, 2017 from 5pm – 6:30pm. Arriving later than 5pm may affect your chances to interview for opportunities that best fit your qualifications and interests. Candidate check in will begin at 4:30pm.

RSVP for additional details.

Where will the event be held?
Colonial Middle School
1370 Colonial Rd.
Memphis, TN 38117

What are my next steps?
If you’re interested in attending (and have NOT registered), complete the RSVP by Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 11:59pm.

What should I do to prepare for the event?
If you haven’t created your instructional application yet, please start one by visiting this link. Please click “Apply Now” under Instructional Positions.  

What should I bring to the event?
We recommend bringing at least 5 copies of your resume and student performance if available.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Special Ed. Position - Chicago

The Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School is looking for licensed Special Education teachers to fill several teaching positions immediately. The Orthogenic School offers a great work environment, competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package.

The Orthogenic School was founded on the campus of the University of Chicago over 100 years ago. Our focus is on providing therapeutic interventions that promote all aspects of healthy development for young students living with mental, emotional and learning disabilities. Being an educational and residential facility, the O-School believes that educating children – and treating them like the intelligent and capable people they are – is an important part of their therapy. 

For immediate consideration, candidates should visit the O-School opportunities page at: https://orthogenicschooluchicago.applicantpro.com/jobs/ or they can send their resumes directly to Kimberly Williamson, Human Resources Director at kwilliamson@lsscschools.org.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Three Positions Available at Naperville Bridge School

There are 3 job opportunities available at the Naperville Bridge School, an alternative school in Woodbridge, Illinois. They are looking for 2 full-time SPED teachers and 1 part-time School Social Worker.  

Email Stacey Griffith at griffith131@comcast.net for more information.

Summer Teaching Positions Available with the Institute of Reading Development

There is one last chance to apply for open teaching positions with the Institute of Reading Development:

Click here to apply!

These positions are exceptional opportunities to gain valuable teacher training and experience, and to earn money over the summer.

Summer Teaching Positions Available:
  • Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer
  •  Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $550 and $700 per week while teaching.
  •  Gain over 150 hours of paid teacher-training
  •  Earn over 400 hours of teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
  •  Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.