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Do you value authentic connections to students? Do you believe your purpose is to help individuals live fuller lives? Do you like to have fun at work? Desire to be a part of an awesome team?

If your answer is yes to theses question… #ComeDreamWithUS

What’s the scoop?

Our awesome instructors plan, organize and implement individualized programs that improve students’ functional, academic, vocational skills and support their social/emotional growth. The instructor also cultivates a positive culture and climate within the instructional setting. (BTW, We are known for our amazing school climate)

Here are the Deets:

    • Create lesson plans
    • Collaborate with other service providers
    • Monitor students’ ongoing academic and functional progress
    • Implement lesson plans through (primarily) project-based instruction
    • Utilize relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction
    • Prioritize student safety by maintaining proper student/staff ratio and ensuring students are always supervised. (Our ratio is only 5 learners to every 1 team member!)
    • Engage in weekly planning meetings; make meaningful contributions and absorb new professional practices from colleagues (Our team likes one each other a lot which leads to some great innovation!)

What you need to join the team:

  • A great attitude. Passion for learners. A “think outside the box” mentality prepared to innovate. Oh! And a Professional Educators License LBSI and/or a Type 04 (either obtained or currently in-progress)

Work Location: In person

Come join our amazing work culture! 

ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT SUPPORTING YOUTH? 

Behavioral Specialists are responsible for developing, executing, and assessing activities designed to improve the functional and behavioral skills of students. The Behavioral Specialist incorporates Applied Behavioral Analysis strategies during instruction with students. The Behavior Specialist cultivates a positive learning environment designed to increase the productivity and development of the students. This role reports directly to the program coordinator. 

CALLING ALL CREATIVE PLANNERS! 

    • Maintain working familiarity with student IEP to synthesize goals with daily activities   
    • Collaborate with stakeholders on student behavioral, functional and SEL needs to effectively implement interventions 
    • Create effective ways to employ behavior management and collect data during instruction  

IS EDUCATION YOUR PASSION? 

  • Support the facilitation of curriculum  
  • Infuse behavior management strategies while building relationships with students  
  • Monitor and collect data on functional skills and behavior outcomes
  • Communicate with staff on ongoing behavior modifications and curriculum adjustments needed for students  

LIFELONG LEARNING YOUR JAM? 

    • Remain current with appropriate certifications (CPR, CPI, RBT, etc.) and continuous professional development.
    • Assess collected data and research formative actives to maintain/increase student outcomes  
    • Consult with the team about student progress, roadblocks and explore intervention suggestions  

Do you value connection to youth? Do you believe your purpose is to help individuals live fuller lives? Do you like to have fun at work? Desire to be part of an awesome team? 

If the answer is yes, #ComeDrewamWithUs! 

Transportation Specialists are the first point of contact for students.  We rely on our Drivers to set the tone for the day! (Now, there is a lot of responsibility!)  They provide the most expeditious, pleasant, and safe transportation of our students from home to the center and to various internship sites. They monitor and provide feedback to optimize routes, ensure the longevity of the vehicles, and maintain adequate fuel levels. This role necessitates observing and proactively addressing student behavior. 

Want to earn some money but keep your days free? 

This is a part-time job with about 20 hours per week with opportunities for overtime.  

The details: 

  • Promote the safety and comfort of all students
  • Engage in dialogue with students in a manner that displays genuine regard
  • Ensure that route lists, emergency student contacts and insurance cards in the vehicle are current and accessible.
  • Share information that impacts students with supervisor (you are a valued member of our students’ team of supportive adults!)
  • At all times, maintain confidentiality and professionalism with the information that is shared by or about students and staff.
  • Performs other duties as assigned— (e.g., Encourage our learners to be the best they can be!)

What does it take to join this awesome team?  

  • A great attitude. Enthusiasm. Flexibility.
  • At least 25 years on Earth.
  • Do you have a Paraprofessional license!? Not required, but definitely a bonus. 

Do you value authentic connections to students? Do you believe your purpose is to help individuals live fuller lives? Do you like to have fun at work? Desire to be a part of an awesome team?

If your answer is yes to theses question… #ComeDreamWithUS

What’s the scoop?  

Our awesome instructors plan, organize and implement individualized programs that improve students’ functional, academic, vocational skills nd support their social/emotional growth. The instructor also cultivates a positive culture and climate within the instructional setting. (BTW, We are known for our amazing school climate)

Here are the Deets:

  • Create lesson plans
  • Collaborate with other service providers
  • Monitor students’ ongoing academic and functional progress
  • Implement lesson plans through (primarily) project-based instruction
  • Utilize relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction
  • Prioritize student safety by maintaining proper student/staff ratio and ensuring students are always supervised. (Our ratio is only 5 learners to every 1 team member!)
  • Engage in weekly planning meetings; make meaningful contributions and absorb new professional practices from colleagues (Our team likes one each other a lot which leads to some great innovation!)

What you need to join the team:

  • A great attitude. Passion for learners. A “think outside the box” mentality prepared to innovate. Oh! And a Professional Educators License LBSI and/or a Type 04 (either obtained or currently in-progress)

Do you value authentic connections to students? Do you believe your purpose is to help individuals live fuller lives? Do you like to have fun at work? Desire to be a part of an awesome team?

If your answer is yes to these question… #ComeDreamWithUS

The Scoop!

The Literacy Specialist is responsible for literacy lesson development and implementation, while also ensuring services are being delivered in a way that will result in a positive, supportive, and productive climate for both students and staff. This includes but is not limited to ensuring efficient transitions, assisting to deescalate students and provide direct supervision to program staff. (BTW, iCan Dream is known for our positive, fun, friendly culture)

Here are the Details:

  • The Literacy Coordinator create and implement culturally relevant literacy lessons; collect and review data to monitor effectiveness
  • The Literacy Coordinator will collect data and codify data on literacy initiatives (e.g., Achieve 3000), skill development and reading interventions
  • The Literacy Coordinator works collaboratively with the leadership team to account for the varied literacy needs of all the departments.
  • The Literacy Coordinator will develop a thorough knowledge of grade level curricula; promote competency in addressing literacy development across the curriculum
  • The Literacy Coordinator will maintain expertise in a wide range of resources, and conduct ongoing assessment of classroom based materials needed as well as those needed for the Lit Lounge & Rivers Reading Room
  • The Literacy Coordinator leads the Literacy Explosion Initiative which may include planning speakers and activity schedules, organizing literacy fairs, and developing community partnerships
  • The Literacy Coordinator facilitates Professional Development to support stakeholders in strategies to enhance literacy outcomes
  • The Literacy Coordinator will engage in weekly planning meetings; make meaningful contributions and absorb new professional practices from colleagues (Our team likes one each other a lot which leads to some great innovation!)

What you need to join the team:

  • A great attitude. Passion for learners. A “think outside the box” mentality prepared to innovate. Oh… an advanced degree is strongly desired!

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $50,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Tuition reimbursement

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Required)

Experience:

  • Teaching: 2 years (Preferred)

Work Location: In person

The Director of Teaching & Learning will oversee daily school activities, coordinate curriculum, and provide a safe and productive learning environment. The Director of Teaching & Learning is responsible for school operations in the Early Childhood, Transition, and Credit Recovery programs and ensuring services are being delivered in a way that will result in a positive, supportive, and productive climate for both students and staff. This includes but is not limited to ensuring a coherent schedule, direct supervision of program staff, and the promotion of improvements in teaching and learning within the school.

 

The Director of Teaching & Learning will clearly communicate the vision, goals, and expectations for instructional practices to all stakeholders, including teachers, staff, students, and parents. They will support the incorporation of current educational research, innovations in instructional methodologies, technology integration, and student-centered, trauma-informed learning approaches. The Director of Teaching & Learning will establish mechanisms for evaluating the effectiveness of instructional practices and hold educators accountable for meeting performance standards.

 

This role reports to the Executive Director.

KRA Results Area #1: Instructional Leadership

  • Provide leadership and modeling for teachers in instructional practice, including intervention and differentiation; backwards-designed unit and lesson planning processes; and data analysis cycles
  • Conduct evaluations of teachers annually
  • Possess a clear and effective pedagogy that embodies our belief that instruction must be engaging, relevant, and rigorous; ability to clearly communicate this pedagogy with both teachers and external stakeholders
  • Facilitate coherent and effective special academic programs (e.g. parent teacher conferences)

KRA Results Area # 2: Academic Programing

  • Setting the vision for where the school needs to go academically, with collaboration, support with guidance from the executive director
  • Provide clear curricular expectations and resources to all program instructors
  • Develop a schedule for each program that maximizes instructional periods
  • Support instruction by modeling lessons for instructors who require an exemplar or immediate support to meet the academic or SEL needs of the class and/or to maintain proper student teacher ratio
  • Lead weekly professional development and team meetings based on instructional needs

KRA Results Area # 3: Staff Development

  • Oversee the school’s professional development program and ensure that programming is relevant, beneficial, and aligned to the instructional and program needs
  • Facilitate onboarding for new teachers
  • Identify professional goals for each teacher annually and create a professional development plan to support teachers in achieving annual goals
  • Conduct weekly observations of each teacher’s classroom and provide informal feedback within one school day

KRA Results Area # 4: People First Approach

  • Maintain a commitment to restorative justice as a means of addressing conflicts or challenges in school community; rather between students, staff or students & staff
  • Understand that connection is the key to working with students who have been disengaged from education or otherwise marginalized. Exemplify this value among the team.
  • Create opportunities to build community and collaborative partnerships among instructional stakeholders

SUBMIT YOUR RESUME:

Please submit your resume using the form below. If you experience any issues, please contact: [email protected]

Thank you!