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4/22/21

Upper Elementary Learning Specialist

Rogers Park Montessori School (RPMS) is a private co-educational day school on the north side of Chicago  serving students from ages 2 to 14, in a community of families and educators guided by the philosophy of Maria Montessori. 

RPMS is seeking a dedicated Learning Specialist to provide academic support to students with learning differences in a Montessori environment. The candidate will work closely with students, teachers, and parents to develop learning strategies tailored to each student’s individual needs to support their academic progress.

The qualified candidate will have experience working with diverse learning populations, will possess strong written and oral communication skills, be able and willing to jump into a collaborative planning and teaching process, and be an active member of the life of the school. The position will require creativity and flexibility, and a strong background in working with students with diverse learning needs. Strong collaborative skills are essential for this position, including regular communication with teachers. This teacher should be prepared to differentiate learning for a wide range of children’s abilities and interests.

Primary Job Responsibilities

● Participate actively in weekly team meetings with teachers, Learning Specialist Coordinator and Program Director 

  • Take part in collaborative planning with teacher teams 

    • Weekly 1:1 meeting with teachers reviewing students’ progress for the week- areas of concern/struggle, identifying help needed 

    • Guiding teachers in implementing class accommodations, modifications, executive functioning supports, and observing student performance

    • Give specific feedback to support student growth.

  • Utilize school resources to plan supplemental instructional programs for individuals or small groups of students, in-class and pull-out models supporting

    • Executive functioning skills to plan their work period

    • Academic areas including reading comprehension, math concepts and fact fluency, the writing process, and long term project planning and execution

    • Differentiate curriculum and instructional methods as appropriate to support students of all levels

    •  Implement research-based interventions and monitor student progress.

    • Help students to develop effective learning strategies that promote academic improvement

  • Help identity struggling students and collect information to share with parents using

    • Classroom observations

    • Progress monitoring

    • Diagnostic teaching

  • Communicate thoughtfully, respectfully, and clearly with parents and colleagues.

  • Demonstrate a love of working with children, nurturing the whole child in developmentally appropriate ways.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in education with special education/LBS1 certification or endorsement required; master's degree in education preferred.

  • Experience teaching students with diverse learning needs.

  • Extensive knowledge of learning differences and strategies.

  • Have an understanding of the different developmental stages of learning. 

  • Have an understanding of formative and summative assessments as well as other authentic strategies.

  • Willingness to learn and grow professionally.

  • Experience teaching students in a variety of classes and age groups.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to work effectively with students, teachers, parents, and school administration.

  • Passion for bettering the lives of students.

 To apply, please follow this link.




4/21/21

School Counselor

Job Description

Successful fulfillment of this role requires someone who is clinically astute; collaborative; highly flexible; a self-starter; creative; and adept at working within multiple client systems.  This position will work in collaboration with our current school counselor to bolster existing social and emotional learning curricula and to continue to develop cohesive and developmentally informed social and emotional approaches school-wide. Responsibilities will include the following:
  • Conduct individual and group work with students to provide social and emotional support and build skills 
  • Work closely with Division Heads, and faculty to address behavioral, emotional, and social concerns and needs
  • Attend grade-level team meetings/staffings and advise on best practices for supporting students and families
  • Identify and track students with comorbidities and cross-reference caseload with students receiving services from the Learning Development team
  • Classroom observations; participating in extracurricular activities, such as field trips
  • Support the overarching goals and objectives of the RULER approach and assist with implementation school-wide 
  • Referral to, and collaboration with, outside providers
  • Serve as a resource and advocate for families and the individual needs of their students

Professional and Personal Qualifications

  • LCSW, LCPC, or LMFT with a focus on children and adolescents
  • Significant counseling experience (3-5 years minimum)
  • Experience in a school setting a plus
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and organizational skills
  • Outstanding written skills for communication and documentation
  • Knowledge about and experience with developmental, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of the early childhood, primary grades, and adolescence
  • Experience in and commitment to developing one’s own cultural competency and seeking, continually, greater levels of diversity, equity, and inclusion in practices and curricula
  • Willingness to develop relationships with community leaders, mental health professionals, schools and organizations
  • Flexibility related to in-person or virtual learning, given COVID-19 restrictions (position is by default in-person)

Mission Statement: Inspired teaching, academic rigor, attention to individual needs, a commitment to responsible citizenship—these principles infuse every aspect of life at Lake Forest Country Day School and define our dedication to producing students of strong character with a passion for learning.

Core Values: Excellence, Partnership, Responsibility, Participation, Diversity

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, and the names of three professional references (personal statement optional) in PDF format to the attention of Katie McCarthy, at katie.mccarthy@lfcds.org with the subject line “School Counselor.” Materials accepted immediately and will be reviewed until position is filled.

Lake Forest Country Day School seeks and embraces diversity among our faculty, staff, and student body. LFCDS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and it does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, religion, marital status, disability, sex, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, order of protection status, genetic information, or any other category protected by applicable law. 


4/20/21

Title: Learning Specialist Classification: Exempt

Department: Middle School Status: Full-Time, Ten Month

School Day: 7:45am – 4:00pm Reports to: Middle School Division Head

Company Description

Founded in Chicago in 1876, Sacred Heart Schools at Sheridan Road (Hardey Preparatory for Boys and Academy of the Sacred Heart for Girls) are independent, Catholic, single-sex elementary schools committed to academic excellence within the context of a Christian, faith-based community. The educational mission is deeply rooted in the 200-year tradition of the Society of the Sacred Heart and shared with the Network of Sacred Heart Schools located in 30 countries; including 22 schools in the United States. The essence of this tradition is the total development of each child: spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical. Our girls and boys are taught in single-sex classrooms, but follow a similar curriculum and share in many activities. With a total enrollment of approximately 700 students, the Schools are organized into three academic divisions each led by a division head.

Position Description The Learning Specialist is directly accountable to the Middle School Division Head and works to implement the Goals and Criteria and the philosophy of Sacred Heart education in their work with students with learning differences. The Learning Specialist modifies curriculum, lessons, and other teaching materials in keeping with the child’s emotional, physical, and educational levels of development, while creating learning materials and teaching strategies to improve a child’s sensory motor, perception, memory, language, and learning challenges.

Essential Job Functions:

• Teach students with diagnosed learning differences in small groups or one on one.

• Provide teaching strategies and executive functioning skills in small group or whole class setting (push-in, pull-out or team-teaching).

• Meet the specific needs of each diagnosed student according to the needs and recommendations outlined in the student’s evaluation.

• Collaborate with other specialists and teachers in planning curriculum, scheduling, and working with students and teachers in the classroom.

• Meet on a regular basis with administrators, classroom teachers, parents, tutors, and professional diagnosticians to review and assess student progress and make recommendations accordingly. • Conduct parent/teacher conferences. • Adapt curriculum to meet individual needs.

• Attend school-wide and grade-level meetings to support students and develop community.

• Participate in teacher duties such as lunch, recess, and bus supervision.

• Serve as a Middle School Advisor Successful Candidate will:

• Demonstrate solid organizational skills and keen attention to detail

• Have excellent communication skills with service orientation

• Be highly motivated, ethical, and eager to learn

• Prioritize and multi-task effectively

• Enjoy working both independently and as member of a team

• Continuously strive for process improvement and quality outcomes

• Have worked teaching small groups of students

• Have coached other teachers with strategies to support student success Qualifications:

• Master’s degree required

• Degree or certification in the area of reading specialist or learning behavior specialist required

• 3-5 years’ experience as a learning specialist is required

To Apply Apply directly at the School's website (www.shschicago.org) in the Career Opportunities section, submitting a cover letter and resume. Sacred Heart Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate

4/20/21


Middle School Learning Specialist

Type: Full Time

Supervisor: Head of Middle School

Start Date: August 2021

Mission Statement Catherine Cook empowers students from preschool through eighth grade to be adaptive, confident, and productive stewards of an evolving world. Our community engages with ideals of cultural competence, progressive academics, ethical literacy, and innovation designed to inspire personal excellence and compassionate leadership.

Diversity Statement Catherine Cook School is committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and compassionate community grounded in a culture of integrity.

Job Description The Catherine Cook School seeks a full-time dynamic, innovative, and experienced Learning Specialist. This teacher will join our Student Support Services Team, three learning specialists and a school counselor. This position involves working with classroom teachers, administrators, and parents to identify and support the needs of students to meet learning goals.

General Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

● Analyzing and interpreting psycho-educational evaluations to create individual learning plans that include evidence-

based interventions

● Communicating the students’ learning needs to faculty

● Screening, observing, and evaluating students suspected of having learning and/or attention problems

● Providing individualized and small group instruction to identified students

● Assisting teachers with differentiating instruction, as needed

● Arranging testing conditions for regularly scheduled tests, final exams, and appropriate standardized assessments to foster maximum concentration and success

● Participating in meetings regarding students of academic concern and assisting in determining what recommendations should be made to help identified students succeed

● Attending grade level meetings and following up on any recommendations for action that arise at those meetings

● Serving as a liaison between the home, school, and outside professionals

● Assisting with the admissions process for incoming students.

● Training students in self-advocacy and executive function skills

● Participating in school staff duties such as lunch and arrival/dismissal duties Qualifications

● Master’s Degree in Learning Disabilities, Specialist Education, or a related field

● Experience working within the field of learning disabilities or special education

● Experience building supportive relationships with students in grades 5-8

● Experience with teaching and supporting students in middle school math; comfortable with pre-Algebra and Algebra I ● Experience remediating grade level curriculum for grades 5-8 in the areas of language, reading, written language, and mathematics

● Experience administering, scoring, and interpreting diagnostic tests

● Experience navigating the Chicago Public Schools system for acquiring 504 Plans and IEPs for identified students

● Excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively with students, parents, faculty and staff are essential

Benefits Catherine Cook School offers its employees a competitive benefits package including paid time off, medical, vision, dental, life insurance, and retirement plan.

Catherine Cook School is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit catherinecookschool.org to learn more about our school and culture to see if you’d be a good fit.

Qualified candidates can send their resumes, cover letters, and references to: Cory Stutts, Head of Lower School | cstutts@ccookschool.org


Job Title: Learning Specialist Long-Term Substitute

FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports to:       Director of Student Services

Effective Date: March 2021

Department:     Student Services

Date Revised:     January 2021

Bernard Zell is an independent Jewish day school for the 21st century where academic purpose, collaborative learning, and deep commitment to humanity develop engaged, confident learners and compassionate leaders for a stronger, more vibrant community and world. A pluralistic community day school, Bernard Zell welcomes students and families of varied religious beliefs and observance. The school combines Jewish learning and tradition with the best of innovative educational practice in a challenging and nurturing learning environment.

Job Summary and Scope of Responsibility:

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School seeks a warm, passionate Math Specialist to work with students with diverse learning needs in 5th through 8th-grades. We are seeking a candidate with a strong math background and experience supporting diverse learners. The teacher will be part of the Student Services Team and will collaborate regularly with grade-level teams within Middle School. Classes and grade levels will be determined by the Director of Student Services. The qualified candidate will have experience working with diverse learner populations, with a focus in math instruction, will possess strong written and oral communication skills, be able and willing to jump into a collaborative planning and teaching process, and be an active member of the life of the school. The position will require a deep understanding of curriculum and content, a strong ability to differentiate, and a creative and flexible mindset. Strong collaborative skills are essential for this position, including regular communication with teachers, families, and private providers. This teacher should be prepared to differentiate learning for a wide range of children’s abilities and interests.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Primary Responsibilities

     Plan and implement curriculum based on individual student needs

   Take part in collaborative planning with teacher teams

   Support students and teachers with curriculum modifications and accommodations

   Utilize school resources to plan supplemental instructional programs for individuals or small groups of students

   Understand how to integrate general education curriculum into small group lessons

●   Demonstrate effective classroom management strategies; experience with Responsive Classroom is preferred

   Work collaboratively with teacher teams and departmental heads

   Communicate thoughtfully, respectfully, and clearly with parents and colleagues

   Demonstrate a love of working with children, nurturing the whole child in developmentally appropriate ways

   Differentiate curriculum and instructional methods as appropriate to support students of all levels

   Use formative and summative assessments to monitor and evaluate student progress.

   Give specific feedback to support student growth

   Participate actively in team meetings with families and private providers

   Posses strong technology skills, including familiarity with google classroom and other online learning platforms

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

  Bachelor’s degree in math or in special education with LBS1 certification required; master's degree is preferred

Experience:

  Minimum 2 years of teaching experience in middle school grade levels with diverse learners

  Have an understanding of the different developmental stages of learning

  Have an understanding of formative and summative assessments as well as other authentic strategies

  Experience with research-based interventions and data-driven decision making

  Experience with supporting executive functioning skills within a school setting

  Experience in teaching through distance learning

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  Understanding of best practices in education

  Willingness to keep current through appropriate professional development

  Proven ability to work as a member of a team

  Proficient in using technology, skilled in using Google for Education

Travel Requirements: Up to 5% travel may be requested.

Other Important Information and Benefits:

  All prospective employees must be able to clear a background check

  Work is generally performed onsite; Bernard Zell does not offer a telecommuting option

  The general workday is Work Day is 7:45 am - 3:45 pm but must be flexible to attend meetings beyond normal working hours

  Full-time employee benefits include employer-subsidized medical, dental, life and disability (short and long-term) insurances, 403b

    retirement plan, parking or public transportation, daily (kosher) breakfast and lunch, as well as optional insurances. Sick and flex

    (personal) days subject to length of tenure

How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to employment@bernardzell.org

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School has a long-standing policy of equal employment opportunity for every person regardless of age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell recruits, hires and promotes individuals without regard to these characteristics, and all staffing decisions are based solely on the qualifications of each individual and the legitimate educational needs of our students. Bernard Zell does not discriminate in working conditions, physical facilities or any other terms, conditions or privileges of employment, including transfer, compensation, training, promotion, demotion or separation based on age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell seeks to provide a work environment that is free from discrimination, intimidation and harassment based on any of these characteristics.



Job Title: Middle School Social Worker Long-Term Substitute

FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports to:       Director of Student Services

Effective Date: April 2021

Department:     Student Services

Date Revised:     January 2021

Bernard Zell is an independent Jewish day school for the 21st century where academic purpose, collaborative learning, and deep commitment to humanity develop engaged, confident learners and compassionate leaders for a stronger, more vibrant community and world. A pluralistic community day school, Bernard Zell welcomes students and families of varied religious beliefs and observance. The school combines Jewish learning and tradition with the best of innovative educational practice in a challenging and nurturing learning environment.

Job Summary and Scope of Responsibility:

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School seeks a warm, passionate, and experienced school Social Worker to fill a long-term leave. This individual should be passionate about advocating for and supporting students, skilled in nurturing relationships, an outstanding communicator, knowledgeable in the developmental needs and issues for children in grades 5 through grade 8, and have a strong background in clinical skills to support a strong social work department. The social worker will be part of the Student Services Team and will collaborate regularly with grade-level teams within Middle School. Caseloads and grade levels will be determined by the Director of Student Services. The qualified candidate will have experience working in a school setting, with middle school-aged students, will possess strong written and oral communication skills, be able and willing to jump into a collaborative planning process, and be an active member of the life of the school. The position will require a deep understanding of social- emotional development, and a creative and flexible mindset. Strong collaborative skills are essential for this position, including regular communication with teachers, families, and private providers.     

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Primary Responsibilities

    Current LCSW or LCPC license and master's degree in social work or counseling (required) and the proper Illinois state licensure

      for school social work (preferred).

    The ability and experiences to deliver clinical services to students on caseload and within the school community

    Experience in and knowledge of on-going progress monitoring, an understanding of goal setting, assessment skills, behavioral

      intervention plans, and

      background supporting students in need of academic and social emotional support.

   The ability and experiences to deliver clinical services to students on caseload and within the school community

   Experience in and knowledge of on-going progress monitoring, an understanding of goal setting, assessment skills, behavioral  plans,

     and background supporting students in need of academic and social emotional support.

      The ability to coordinate ongoing collaboration and consultation with teachers, parents, administration, and private providers as well as

     others in the mental health field.

   An understanding of crisis response and interventions for students in critical need.

   Have a tremendous capacity to listen with compassion, genuine interest and sincerity, and professionalism so as to serve well the

     Bernard Zell community.

   Give specific feedback to support student growth.

   Participate actively in team meetings with families and private providers.

  Posses strong technology skills, including familiarity with google classroom and other online learning platforms.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

    Current LCSW or LCPC license and master's degree in social work or counseling (required) and the proper Illinois state licensure for school

    social work (preferred).

Experience:

     Minimum 2 years of teaching experience in middle school grade levels with diverse learners

   Have an understanding of the different developmental stages of learning

   Have an understanding of formative and summative assessments as well as other authentic strategies

   Experience with research-based interventions and data-driven decision making

   Experience with supporting executive functioning skills within a school setting

●   Experience in teaching through distance learning

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

     Be energetic, collaborative, well-organized, self-directed, and have excellent time-management skills and flexibility.

   Be skilled in developing and implementing specialized intervention for individual students, small groups as well as full classroom

     instruction to nurture social /emotional growth.

   Able to establish and nurture relationships with students and parents and be able to offer parent consultation.

   Know how to effectively collect and interpret data for the purposes of providing developmentally appropriate services for students as

     well as to inform faculty, staff, and parents/ guardians.

   Possess strong technology skills for report writing, emailing, development of documentation, and design and delivery of presentations.

   Have experience reading and interpreting diagnostic screenings.

●   Keep informed about the expectations of the ISBE for nonpublic schools, state mandates, Independent Schools Association of the ●  ●   Central States (ISACS) and any governing body that may directly impact our students.

Travel Requirements: up to 5% travel may be requested.

Other Important Information and Benefits:

     All prospective employees must be able to clear a background check

   Work is generally performed onsite; Bernard Zell does not offer a telecommuting option

   The general workday is Work Day is 7:45 am - 3:45 pm but must be flexible to attend meetings beyond normal working hours

   Full-time employee benefits include employer-subsidized medical, dental, life and disability (short and long-term) insurances, 403b retirement

     plan, parking or public transportation, daily (kosher) breakfast and lunch, as well as optional insurances. Sick and flex (personal) days subject to

     length of tenure


How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to employment@bernardzell.org   

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School has a long-standing policy of equal employment opportunity for every person regardless of age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell recruits, hires and promotes individuals without regard to these characteristics, and all staffing decisions are based solely on the qualifications of each individual and the legitimate educational needs of our students. Bernard Zell does not discriminate in working conditions, physical facilities or any other terms, conditions or privileges of employment, including transfer, compensation, training, promotion, demotion or separation based on age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell seeks to provide a work environment that is free from discrimination, intimidation and harassment based on any of these characteristics.



12/16/20

Job Title: Learning Specialist Long-Term Substitute

FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports to: Director of Student Services Effective Date: January 2021
Department: Student Services Date Revised: September 2020


​​​Bernard Zell is an independent Jewish day school for the 21st century where academic purpose, collaborative learning, and deep commitment to humanity develop engaged, confident learners and compassionate leaders for a stronger, more vibrant community and world. A pluralistic community day school, Bernard Zell welcomes students and families of varied religious beliefs and observance. The school combines Jewish learning and tradition with the best of innovative educational practice in a challenging and nurturing learning environment.

Job Summary and Scope of Responsibility:


Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School seeks a warm, passionate Learning Specialist to work with students with diverse learning needs in 3rd through 8th-grades in literacy and math. We are seeking to fill three different positions, 3rd/4th grade Learning Specialist with a focus in literacy, an 8th-grade Learning Specialist/class advisor with a focus in humanities, and a part-time 5th-8th grade Learning Specialist with a focus in math. The teacher(s) will be part of the Student Services Team and will collaborate regularly with grade-level teams within our Lower or Middle School. Subjects and grade levels will be determined by the Director of Student Services. The qualified candidate(s) will have experience working with diverse learning populations, with a focus in either literacy or math instruction, will possess strong written and oral communication skills, be able and willing to jump into a collaborative planning and teaching process, and be an active member of the life of the school. The position will require a deep understanding of curriculum and content, a strong ability to differentiate, and a creative and flexible mindset. Strong collaborative skills are essential for this position, including regular communication with teachers, families, and private providers. This teacher(s) should be prepared to differentiate learning for a wide range of children’s abilities and interests.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Primary Responsibilities
● Plan and implement curriculum based on individual student needs
● Take part in collaborative planning with teacher teams
● Support students and teachers with curriculum modifications and accommodations
● Utilize school resources to plan supplemental instructional programs for individuals or small groups of students

● Understand how to integrate general education curriculum into small group lessons
● Demonstrate effective classroom management strategies; experience with Responsive Classroom is preferred
● Work collaboratively with teacher teams and departmental heads
● Communicate thoughtfully, respectfully, and clearly with parents and colleagues
● Demonstrate a love of working with children, nurturing the whole child in developmentally appropriate ways
● Differentiate curriculum and instructional methods as appropriate to support students of all levels
● Use formative and summative assessments to monitor and evaluate student progress.
● Give specific feedback to support student growth
● Participate actively in team meetings with families and private providers

● Posses strong technology skills, including familiarity with google classroom and other online learning platforms


Minimum Qualifications:
Education:
● Bachelor’s degree in special education with LBS1 certification required; master's degree is preferred
Experience:
● Minimum 2 years of teaching experience in literacy and/or math with the intermediate and/or middle school levels with diverse learners
● Have an understanding of the different developmental stages of learning
● Have an understanding of formative and summative assessments as well as other authentic strategies
Experience with research-based interventions and data-driven decision making
● Experience with supporting executive functioning skills within a school setting
Experience in teaching through distance learning
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
● Understanding of best practices in education
● Willingness to keep current through appropriate professional development
● Proven ability to work as a member of a team
Proficient in using technology, skilled in using Google for Education
Travel Requirements: Up to 5% travel may be requested.
​​​​​
Other Important Information and Benefits:
● All prospective employees must be able to clear a background check
● Work is generally performed onsite; Bernard Zell does not offer a telecommuting option
● The general workday is Work Day is 7:45 am - 3:45 pm but must be flexible to attend meetings beyond normal working hours
● Full-time employee benefits include employer-subsidized medical, dental, life and disability (short and long-term) insurances, 403b retirement plan, parking or public transportation, daily (kosher) breakfast and lunch, as well as optional insurances. Sick and flex (personal) days subject to length of tenure


How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to

employment@bernardzell.org


​​Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School has a long-standing policy of equal employment
opportunity for every person regardless of age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender,
sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell recruits, hires and
promotes individuals without regard to these characteristics, and all staffing decisions are based
solely on the qualifications of each individual and the legitimate educational needs of our
students. Bernard Zell does not discriminate in working conditions, physical facilities or any
other terms, conditions or privileges of employment, including transfer, compensation, training,
promotion, demotion or separation based on age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender,
sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. Bernard Zell seeks to provide a work
environment that is free from discrimination, intimidation and harassment based on any of these
characteristics.


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