Job Board

We are piloting this "job board" page to help connect applicants to schools that share a common vision of professional growth and student-centered practice. If you are interested in using this resource please email the text of your posting to contact@readingandwritingproject.com.

Please note: The content and accuracy of posts is the sole responsibility of the listed school. The Reading and Writing Project provides this board as a public service but waives all responsibility for its contents and has no role in determining hiring practices of schools. User discretion is advised.



PSMS161 –Upper Manhattan K-8 Title 1
Updated: July 30, 2014 at 1:04pm

We are offering two positions;

Full Time: 5th Grade Teacher - all content areas.
PS/MS 161 Pedro Albizu Campos in West Harlem is looking for a collaborative, experienced, CB certified teacher to teach in our K-8 school.

Education/ Qualifications:

  • NYC DOE Certification in CB
  • Experience working with ELL/SWD
  • Experience working with Technology
  • Spanish Speaking a big plus
If you have any questions, please contact:
Peter Kornicker, Dean of Development/LMS
Don Pedro Albizu Campos, PSMS 161
pkornic@schools.nyc.gov

With a large population of English Language Learners, PS/MS 161 dedicates itself to differentiating instruction in order to meet the needs of all beginner, intermediate and advanced ELLS in our school community. Our ideal candidate has experience working with English Language Learners at all levels, knowledge of primary and elementary literacy instruction techniques as well as experience teaching middle school students. Our ideal candidate will be able to analyze the middle school curriculum and scaffold instruction for ELLS at all levels to improve the reading and writing skills of students while still peaking their interest with age-appropriate content. Finally, our ideal candidate is enthusiastic about collaborating with both the entire middle school staff as a team to uphold school wide norms and expectations as well as planning and co-teaching with one, possibly two other teachers Full Time: Middle School ESL Teacher (there are possibly two positions open, a 7th/8th grade math/science ESL and a 7th/8th grade ELA/Social Studies ESL teacher) PS/MS 161 Pedro Albizu Campos in West Harlem is looking for a collaborative, experienced, ESL certified teacher to teach in our K-8 school.

Education/ Qualifications:

  • NYC DOE Certification in ESL
  • Experience working with English Language learners
  • Experience working with Middle School students
  • Spanish Speaking a big plus
If you have any questions, please contact:
Peter Kornicker, Dean of Development/LMS
Don Pedro Albizu Campos, PSMS 161
pkornic@schools.nyc.gov




PS 321 seeks Grade K Teaching Assistants
Updated: July 29, 2014 at 4:17pm

Hours: 6.5/day
Pay: $15/hour

Each Teaching Assistant will support two Kindergarten classes for a total of 6.5 hours per day.

If you are interested in applying please email Principal, Liz Phillips at Lphilli@schools.nyc.gov




Carroll Gardens School for Innovation (MS442), NYC DOE, District 15
Updated: July 29, 2014 at 11:36am

Middle School ELA Teacher:
The Carroll Gardens School for Innovation (MS442), is currently accepting applications for a 7th Grade ELA Teacher. We are a small, fully-inclusive middle school serving grades 6-8, and located in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. We are seeking excellent candidates who possess a mastery of literacy content paired with the philosophy that through an individualized, differentiated approach, all learners can be successful. Ideal candidates have familiarity with integration of technology, project based learning, and student centered approaches to pedagogy. Interested applicants, please email cover letter and resume to Principal Deanna Sinito at dsinito@schools.nyc.gov




P.S. 116 seeks a full-time teacher assistant for K and 1st grade
Updated: July 28, 2014 at 4:47pm

8:00 - 3:00
$12/hour

Responsibilities include:

  • support classroom teachers across curriculum subjects
  • work with small groups of students
  • maintain anecdotal notes
  • assist during K lunch and recess
  • guide students to resolve conflicts through peaceful negotiation
  • maintain classroom organization including student folders, notes, etc.

Please contact Amy Martin at amartin@ps116.org




MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS 2014/2015 ANTICIPATED POSITION AVAILABLE
Updated: July 23, 2014 at 1:11pm

Position: Teacher/Grade 8/LA

Position Available: September 1, 2014

Location: Upper Middle School

Job Description: Instructs pupils in a classroom environment that fosters learning and personal growth. Works to achieve the educational goals established by the district using approved curricula, textbooks and other appropriate teaching materials.

Requirements:

  • Appropriate NJ Certification
  • NJ Residency Required
  • HQT in content area

Deadline to Apply: Until Position is Filled

Send Credentials To: www.mtsd.k12.nj.us Under Departments click on Human Resources Department, then click on Job Opportunities.

Montgomery Township School District is an E0E/AA Employer




Buckley Country Day School
Updated: July 22, 2014 at 1:38pm

Buckley Country Day School seeks qualified candidates for the position of Third Grade teacher effective September 2014 Qualifications • Committed, creative and energetic professional • MS degree preferred • Minimum of 2-3 teaching experience at the elementary level • Knowledge Columbia Teachers College reading and writing workshop model • Strong interpersonal and classroom management skills • Ability to differentiate curriculum and to meet the needs of all learners



PS 166M
Updated: July 22, 2014 at 10:44am

PS 166 is seeking a music teacher, B.A./M.A. Certified in Music., for a K-5 Music Program: Incorporating Music Making, Music Literacy, Making Connections, Collaborate/ Participate in Arts Organizations.

Candidate Must Possess:
* Knowledge of Common Core Standards
* Create a Program that explores and allows students to express themselves through various musical activities
* Engage K-5 students in following guided directions in Music by learning lyrics, chants, rhythms to have school performances.
* Understands Principals of Music Education
* Enthusiastic and Team Builder

Debra Mastriano
P.S.166M Principal
dmastriano@schools.nyc.gov



Project Coordinator
Updated: July 22, 2014 at 9:56am

This is a full time professional position as a Project Coordinator at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project. The Reading and Writing Project provides literacy development to New York City and schools nationwide. The person in this position is responsible for high level support for the Senior Deputy Director and the logistical planning and operations of a variety of events hosted by the Reading and Writing Project.

Duties include Assisting Senior Deputy Director in scheduling staff developers' work in city and regional schools; writing contracts and other documents involved with coordination of this work throughout the school year. In addition, the candidate will be involved in setting up schedules for speakers, and professional development in schools and direct communication with principals and district leaders.

Provide leadership in the planning, coordinating and execution of Project institutes and special events, scheduling of regular weekly and monthly meetings, preparing materials, handouts and the arrangement for food and audio visual needs as required.

The person in this position must be very detail oriented and have an ability to work both independently as well as a team. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, strong interpersonal relations skills, must work well under pressure and tight deadlines, and be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously. A professional demeanor is a must.

Assist Senior Deputy Director in all major daily functions
Provide leadership in the planning and execution of assigned events
Communicate logistical details with faculty and staff and event attendees
Write and edit internal and external correspondence

Apply online with Teachers College at careers.tc.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=54748 or email Dana House at dana@readingandwritingproject.com.



PS 58
Updated: July 18, 2014 at 8:50am

PS 58 The Carroll School is looking for a highly qualified candidate to fill a vacancy for the 2014-2015 school year. PS 58 is a highly collaborative professional community in District 15 in Brooklyn. We have a longstanding relationship with the TCRWP and are always looking for new and innovative ways to engage our students. We are seeking motivated candidates who want to collaborate while learning together, have excellent communication skills, have knowledge of integrating technology and a personal passion for working with students. The Carroll School is a community school in Carroll Gardens Brooklyn. We serve a Pre-K – 5th grade population. We have worked hard to build a strong partnership with our community that continues to thrive. We have an amazing staff of extremely dedicated teachers who work very collaboratively to engage their students in exciting learning. Our families are very active and thanks to our PTA we have many programs that enhance our students education.

Interested applicants should submit resumes to:
Katie Dello Stritto, Principal kdellostritto2@schools.nyc.gov and/or Annique Leman, Assistant Principal aleman2@schools.nyc.gov




Berlin Public Schools
Updated: July 17, 2014 at 2:19pm

The Berlin, CT School District is looking to hire two part-time reading intervention teachers: one for Mary E. Griswold Elementary School and the other for Emma Hart Willard Elementary School.

Goal: To provide reading instruction to at risk students primarily in grades 4 and 5 and on a limited basis work collaboratively with staff in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

Education:
Preferred: Master degree in Reading / Language Arts
Required: Graduate work in Reading / Language Arts
Undergraduate and/or graduate work in elementary education
Required Certification: Elementary (013, 008 or 006); Preferred 102

Interested candidates may contact Debra Thibault at dthibault@berlinschools.org.



P.S. 139
Updated: July 17, 2014 at 8:33am

PS 139, The Alexine Fenty School, a diverse and vibrant elementary school in Brooklyn's District 22, is looking for a Kindergarten Special Education, 3rd grade General Education, and 5th grade Special Education teacher for integrated co-teaching classrooms. Experience with Teachers College Reading and Writing Project preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to Principal Mary McDonald and Brooke Taunton via email at mmcdona10@schools.nyc.gov and BTaunton@schools.nyc.gov.




Rafael Hernandez Dual Language School - PS/MS 218
Updated: July 15, 2014 at 1:06pm

Dear colleagues and educators,

We are happy to announce that we are currently hiring educators for the 2014-2015 school year.

The Rafael Hernandez Dual Language School is located at 1220 Gerard Avenue Bronx, NY 10452. The Rafael Hernandez Dual Language Magnet School’s philosophy is to empower students with a purposeful education and appropriate skills for an increasingly diverse, technological, multilingual and multicultural society. The education of each student is a cooperative effort among staff, children, parents and the community at large. Together, we will nurture the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of students, so that they can surpass academic standards and be caring and productive citizens involved in a world community that respects linguistic and cultural diversity.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

First grade: 1 General Education teacher with a bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
Second grade: 1 General Education teacher with a bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
Third grade: 2 General Education teachers with a bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
Fourth grade: 2 General Education teachers with a bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
Fifth grade: 1 General Education teacher with a bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
1 Gym teacher: K-8 grades with bilingual extension (Spanish/English)
1 Social Studies: Middle School Position with bilingual extension (English/Spanish)
1 Special Education: Middle School Position with bilingual extension (English/Spanish)


Anyone interested can send a letter of interest and resume to psms218@gmail.com addressed to Ms. Leticia Rosario, School Principal. Please forward this information to qualified candidates.

Respectfully,

Elizabeth Sanchez
Assistant Principal~Grades K~2
The Rafael Hernandez Dual Language School
PS/MS 218
1220 Gerard Avenue
Bronx, NY 10452
Tel: (718) 410-7230 ext. 1264
Fax: (718) 410-8933
Email: ESanchez16@schools.nyc.gov



P.S. 150
Updated: July 11, 2014 at 1:33pm

Assistant Teacher Positions Available

P.S. 150, the Tribeca Learning Center, located in Downtown Manhattan is seeking qualified candidates to provide full-time, supplemental classroom support for the upcoming school year, 2014 - 2015. Assistant teaching positions are available for all grades.

We believe this is an excellent entry-level position for those considering a teaching career. It is expected that the employee selected for the position will work a regular 6 1⁄2 hour day, 32.5-hour week, Monday to Friday.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Assist with reading, writing and math small group instruction

• Independently lead small groups

• Assist with management of whole group instruction

• Assist with set up of classroom and materials

• Provide additional one-on-one instruction in reading, writing and math

• Set up and serve lunch in the classroom

• Provide additional supervision of recess

• Assist with producing and handing out classroom materials

• Accompany class to enrichment classes (music, art, gym, computers)

• Technology expertise a plus

Rate of pay: $12.00/hour

Please contact Jenny Bonnet, Principal

Jbonnet@schools.nyc.gov




P.S. 154
Updated: July 10, 2014 at 4:26pm

P.S. 154 is located in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx. We are a dedicated community of adults with a felt sense of urgency to maintain a safe, caring, and joyful learning environment where our students can thrive socially, emotionally, and academically. We are currently seeking: a K - 2 general education teacher and a 4th grade literacy teacher. Please email Principal Alison Coviello at acoviello@jdhyatt.org if you are interested.



Danbury Public Schools
Updated: July 10, 2014 at 4:16pm

Language Arts Specialist - 2014-2015 SY

SCOPE

The teacher is responsible for the intellectual, social and effective development of students. The teacher will also insure that all programs, materials and practices within the classroom are free from gender and minority bias and discrimination, and are in keeping with the letter and spirit of Title IX and Affirmative Action policies adopted by the Board of Education.

The teacher is directly responsible to the building Principal and a Literacy administrator, and is evaluated/supervised by the administrator as designated in the Staff Evaluation Booklet. This evaluation is based upon basic tenets of good teaching which are found in each teacher's respective job description and the Connecticut Teaching Competencies. Responsible for inventory, distribution, and monitoring of literacy materials and resources. Develops and delivers building based and district based professional development. Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosis and intervention/acceleration.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must possess or be eligible for Connecticut Language Arts Consultant certification. (097). Must be able to produce evidence of meeting No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements, as applicable. Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to deliver content. Ability to relate successfully with staff, families and students from diverse backgrounds, experiences and skill levels. Demonstrated ability to implement differentiated instruction and build upon the strengths and challenges of a multi-cultural and multi-racial classroom/district. Previous coaching experience Varied grade level experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS Apply Online, including all required attachments. http://www.danbury.k12.ct.us




PS 176 District 20
Updated: July 10, 2014 at 1:25pm

PS 176 is looking for 3 teachers for September 2014

1. Grade 1 ICT class Special Education teacher

2. Kindergarten ESL teacher

3. Literacy teacher for grade 2 and grade 3

Please contact Elizabeth Culkin at ECulkin@schools.nyc.gov




PS 153K
Updated: July 9, 2014 at 10:34am

PS 153K (Brooklyn) Homecrest School

Immediate vacancies in grades K, 2, and 4 (Common Branches Or Elementary Ed. NYS Certified)

* Knowledge of Columbia's reading and writing workshop. School and district are continuing with TCWRP staff development.

* Understanding of the Common Core State Standards and best instructional practices in literacy and math.

* Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners

* Analyze data to inform instruction that will continuously improve and support student learning

* Strong communicator, team player, and ability to work collaboratively

* Establish and maintain positive parent relationships and communication

* Commitment to continuously improve your teaching practice by participating in on-going professional development

* Knowledge of Balanced Literacy

* Knowledge of Advance/APPR

Please contact Mr. Santa Maria at Csanta@schools.nyc.gov or call 347-327-2133




Mary E. Griswold School, Berlin, CT
Updated: July 3, 2014 at 10:41am

Grade 5 Teacher for Mary E. Griswold School, Berlin, CT:

* Knowledge of Columbia's reading and writing workshop. School and district are continuing with TCWRP staff development.
* Understanding of the Common Core State Standards and best instructional practices in literacy and math.
* Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners
* Analyze data to inform instruction that will continuously improve and support student learning
* Strong communicator, team player, and ability to work collaboratively
* Establish and maintain positive parent relationships and communication
* Commitment to continuously improve your teaching practice by participating in on-going professional development

Interested candidates may apply at:
https://www.applitrack.com/berlin/onlineapp/default.aspx



PS/MS 007
Updated: July 2, 2014 at 3:19pm

PS/MS 007 Samuel Stern currently has vacancies for four special education positions: grades 3, 5, 6, and 8. Potential candidates must have a strong understanding of the philosophy and work that the Project supports. We are entering our 6th year as a Project school, so we need people who will be able to push the thinking of current staff.

A bit about our school: we are located in East Harlem with 60% of our students that are Latino, 35% Black, and rest other (mostly from Yemen). Approximately, 30% of our students are ELL and Special Education. We also have one of the highest rates of students in temporary housing: 24%. We are a dedicated team that is great with meeting the needs of all our children and we continue to seek those who are equally committed to provide a rigorous education that develops the whole child.

Candidates should send cover letters and resumes to (please include the grade level you’re applying for in the subject line):

Sameer Talati
stalati@schools.nyc.gov
Principal of Samuel Stern (PS/MS 007)


School Address:
PS/MS 007
160 E. 120th Street
New York, NY 10035



Rancho Santa Fe School District
Updated: July 2, 2014 at 12:45pm

Rancho Santa Fe School District is looking for a K-5 classroom teacher that is practiced in workshop teaching.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a copy of your valid CA credential to Roya Saadat/HR.

Email: rsaadat@rsf.k12.ca.us.

Experience preferred. Must have CLAD




P.S.166M, The Richard Rodgers School of Arts and Technology
Updated: June 27, 2014 at 11:36am

At P.S.166M, The Richard Rodgers School of Arts and Technology

We want life-long learners, collaborative spirit, team player, enthusiasm for teaching, knowledgeable about differentiation as well as able to provide enrichment activities to enthusiastic willing students who have strong parental support.

Grade 4 Position

· G & T License or Applying

· Knowledge of TCRWP/ Units of Study

· Common Core Standards/ ELA/Math/Social Studies

· Understand Balance Literacy Components

· Structure of a Mini Lesson

Please contact: dmastriano@schools.nyc.gov 212 678 2890




P.S. 219
Updated: June 26, 2014 at 1:54pm

Inclusive “TC” Middle School seeking literacy specialist to teach ELA to grade 7 GE and Inclusion classes. Proven classroom management skills a must. We are looking for the best and brightest highly motivated TC teacher. Email Principal Fred Wright directly at fwright2@schools.nyc.gov This position is listed in the NYCDOE Open Market and the NYCDOE Teacher Finder. We are a PreK – 8 highly-rated school in Flushing located by Queens College.



P.S. 499 in Flushing, Queens
Updated: June 25, 2014 at 9:32am

P.S. 499 in Flushing, Queens in looking for an eighth grade maternity leave replacement. The job will most likely be for 6-8 weeks, though maybe longer. A knowledge of workshop methods and prior work with middle school teaching is preferred.
The contact information for this job is:
Helene Jacob
Principal
PS/IS 499 - QCSMST
718-461-7462
HJacob2@schools.nyc.gov



PS 139
Updated: June 24, 2014 at 1:47pm

JPS 139 The Alexine Fenty School, a large, diverse elementary school in Brooklyn's District 22, is looking for an assistant principal to join their team for the 2014-2015 school year. Experience with the following is preferred: data analysis, Danielson rubric for teacher evaluation, Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, strong knowledge of technology, and elementary curriculum. Please send cover letter and resume to Principal Mary McDonald at mmcdona10@schools.nyc.gov.



IS 528
Updated: June 23, 2014 at 3:23pm

Job Posting: Bilingual Special Education Teacher & 6th Grade Literacy Teacher

Bea Fuller Rodgers Intermediate School is a small middle school that serves 226 students in Washington Heights. At our school, we strive for our students to become global citizens by exposing them to a rigorous, standards-based curriculum while fostering a love and appreciation for the Arts. This is our third year as a Reading and Writing Project School, which means that all of our teachers utilize the workshop model for the delivery of their classroom instruction across all content areas. This year, our school is redesigning our classrooms to become more inclusive; therefore, we will have three special education teachers who serve the role as a content area specialists. Currently, we have two vacancies: one bilingual special education teacher and a 6th grade literacy teacher (the teacher is on maternity leave). All potential candidates should possess the following:

• Belief that all children are capability of highly intellectual performance

• Eagerness to learn and to attend professional development

• Willingness to collaborate with the entire school community

• Ability to utilize technology as an effective classroom tool to enhance learning

• Familiarity with the Teachers College Workshop Model

• Passion for teaching adolescents

If interested in either one of these positions, please email Kristy De la Cruz at kdelacr@schools.nyc.gov.




River East Elementary
Updated: June 20, 2014 at 1:35pm

River East Elementary is a small progressive school with small class sizes in East Harlem that is looking to staff the following positions in the coming school year:

5th Grade General Education teacher 1st Grade Special Education teacher (ICT) Kindergarten General Education teacher

Please contact Rob Catlin (DCatlin@schools.nyc.gov) with cover letter and resume.

-Rob Catlin River East Elementary Principal DCatlin@schools.nyc.gov




Brooklyn Arbor, Williamsburg Brooklyn
Updated: June 20, 2014 at 12:24pm

Positions for the 2014-15 Year!

We are looking for energetic, organized, and driven educators for the following
-Fourth Grade Classroom Teacher
-Third Grade Classroom Teacher
-Music/Movement Cluster Teacher
-Dual Language (Spanish) Teacher
-Special Education Teacher (for both self-contained and ICT classes)

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to applybkarbor@gmail.com.

Brooklyn Arbor is a new Department of Education public elementary school located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Our learning community is dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment where students can thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. All students will receive an education that places a premium on relationships, engagement with the wider community, and scholarship.At Brooklyn Arbor, we firmly believe that this period of exploration, discovery and practice should be met with an interdisciplinary, hands-on, arts and technology infused curriculum which will encourage developing minds to forge connections, take intellectual risks, and foster strong habits and values.



PS 197 Kings Highway Academy
Updated: June 20, 2014 at 12:09pm

PS 197 Kings Highway Academy is a small school in the Midwood section of Brooklyn that prides itself on its diverse population. We are currently looking for teachers for various grade levels, Pk - 5, and one teacher of Special Education. Potential candidates will have a strong understanding of the work that the Project supports. We are entering our 10th year as a Project school, and hope to move the work forward seamlessly.

Interested candidates may email a cover letter and resume to Rosemarie Nicoletti at rnicole@schools.nyc.gov.




Grant Avenue Elementary School P.S.X449
Updated: June 18, 2014 at 1:54pm

Grant Avenue Elementary is a public school that opened its doors to students in September 2009. We are a school that believes that safety, trust, and strengths are the pathway to success. We are seeking highly qualified and dedicated, lifelong leaders to help us establish our learning community in areas including general education, special educators, dual language teachers, ESL teachers and a technology teacher.

Selection Criteria:

*The successful candidate will demonstrate: In depth experience in utilizing Balanced Literacy and Mathematics

*Familiarity with professional literature and best practice in content area

*Experience in utilizing the “Workshop Model” for instruction; Experience in differentiating instruction for all students, including students with special needs and English Language Learners

* Demonstrated success in incorporating hands-on and co-operative learning activities

* Knowledge of current, research-based educational best practices, including all standards-based curricular practices and skills that focus on closing the achievement gap

*Demonstrated success in communicating effectively with colleagues, parents, and students

Please send cover letter and resume to KErat@schools.nyc.gov




Hillcrest Community School, S.F., CA
Updated: June 16, 2014 at 3:32pm

Hillcrest Community School in beautiful San Francisco, California is recruiting for several positions. We are a TCRWP school and are committed to meeting the academic, social and emotional needs of our diverse student body.

We are looking for educators, who are equity-minded and collaborative in spirit. Last year, Hillcrest won the Community School Award for Excellence in part because of the numerous partnerships we have to support our teachers in achieving our mission: to create independent readers, writers and thinkers that can positively impact their families and communities. We provide on-going instructional coaching, consultation and feedback.

Interested applicants should contact Richard Zapien, Principal: rzapien@yahoo.com




Carroll Gardens School for Innovation (MS442), NYC DOE, District 15
Updated: June 16, 2014 at 3:28pm

Middle School ELA Teacher:

The Carroll Gardens School for Innovation (MS442), is currently accepting applications for an 8th Grade ELA Teacher. We are a small, fully-inclusive middle school serving grades 6-8, and located in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. We are seeking excellent candidates who possess a mastery of literacy content paired with the philosophy that through an individualized, differentiated approach, all learners can be successful. Ideal candidates have familiarity with integration of technology, project based learning, and student centered approaches to pedagogy. Interested applicants, please email cover letter and resume to Principal Deanna Sinito at dsinito@schools.nyc.gov




P.S. 147
Updated: June 16, 2014 at 3:17pm

P.S. 147 in Brooklyn is filling various teaching vacancies in grades Pre-K to 5, including cluster positions. We are interested in interviewing teachers with a good TCRWP knowledge base.

Email Sandra Noyola at SNoyola@schools.nyc.gov




P.S. 249
Updated: June 16, 2014 at 2:52pm

PS 249, District 17, is looking for a grade 3 teacher (ESL/Dual Language/Special Ed certification).

Candidates can send resumes to ebrown4@schools.nyc.gov




P.S. 166, The Richard Rodgers School of Arts and Technology
Updated: June 13, 2014 at 1:35pm

P.S. 166, The Richard Rodgers School of Arts and Technology, is hiring third and fifth grade teachers with special education and general education licenses for the 2014-2015 school year.

P.S. 166 is a dynamic learning environment where everyone collaborates to achieve success for our children. We are a learning community in which children, families, and staff come together to achieve excellence. The school community will provide a caring and nurturing environment that provides students with the skills to develop as learners, thinkers, communicators, and citizens.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:
*Commitment to high Common Core standards for all students
*Strong pedagogical knowledge in content areas (Literacy, Math, Science, Soc Studies)
*Working knowledge of student assessments
*Ability to collaborate and work interdependently
*Flexibility
*Strong communication skills (written and oral)
*Understanding of the Danielson Framework
*Ability to incorporate hands-on and cooperative learning activities
*Ability to develop and use integrated, project-based learning units that are universally designed for all learners
*Ability to integrate technology in the classroom
*Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues, families, students, etc
*Experience in utilizing the “Workshop Model” of teaching and learning


Interested candidates should submit their resume to: MBurns8@schools.nyc.gov



Technology Teacher at Anna C. Scott School, Leonia
Updated: June 13, 2014 at 1:25pm

Elementary school teacher with a strong technology background needed.

• Work with diverse students in prekindergarten through fifth grade in developing technology skills.
• Possess an understanding of Project Based Learning.
• Work collaboratively with teachers to incorporate literacy and technology.
• Coach teachers on the use of ipads, SMART boards, and Chrome books within the classroom.
• Must possess knowledge of 21st century skills.


Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Principal Maria Martinez at MariaMartinez@leoniaschools.org.



St Hope Leadership Academy
Updated: June 6, 2014 at 1:54pm

English Language Arts Teacher
St HOPE Leadership Academy is a college-preparatory public charter middle school in Harlem, New York City. The school opened in 2008 and serves students in grades 5 through 8. St HOPE provides a rigorous curriculum, intensive interventions for students performing below grade level, and a defined character development program in a structured and disciplined learning environment. At St HOPE, community service is valued by students, parents and staff. To help meet our students’ diverse learning needs, each core class at St HOPE is taught utilizing a collaborative co-teaching model. St HOPE provides multiple opportunities for leadership at the department and grade team level. In addition, St HOPE provides a $2,000 stipend per year to every staff member to explore external opportunities for professional development.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
• NYS teaching certification or eligibility to be certified
• Special Education certification highly preferred
• Love of literature, knowledge of YA books, and a passion for reading and writing
• Ability to work as part of a high performing team, including exceptional communication and organizational skills
• Desire to work in an urban middle school, experience in NYC or other urban setting preferred
• Demonstrated belief that all children deserve an excellent education

Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to vlee@sthopeharlem.org. Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.



TEAM Charter Schools
Updated: June 5, 2014 at 9:10am

Middle School Language Arts Teacher
We’re looking for middle school language arts teachers for the 2014-15 school year! Our two middle schools are always looking for world-­class teachers to help better serve our students in reading and writing and help them learn to communicate better.

Must Haves
-A minimum of two years teaching, preferably in urban or low income settings
-A track record of success in the classroom, with data that you can explain
-Subject matter expertise
-A collaborative attitude towards teaching and learning
-The ability to be flexible in a fast-­paced school environment where things change all the time

About TEAM Schools
TEAM Schools is a growing network of charter schools in Newark and Camden, New Jersey. We started in 2002 with TEAM Academy, our first middle school. We’re opening two schools in the 2014-­‐15 school year – Life Academy in Newark and Revolution Primary in Camden, growing to 15 schools over the next several years.

Apply at www.teamschools.org/jobs/apply



PS/MS 206
Updated: June 4, 2014 at 10:43am

PS/MS 206: The Academy for Social Change

PS/MS 206: The Academy for Social Change, located in East Harlem, is searching for dynamic, compassionate teachers to support its middle school program. We are in need of middle school content-area certified teachers for the following subject areas: ELA, Science, Math, Visual Arts, Library/Media, Technology, and ESL.

With a highly-collaborative and committed staff, MS 206 promotes a culture emphasizing excellence and academic achievement for every student within an inclusive community. Social justice and service learning are the cornerstones of every student's education at MS 206. The program is based on an ICT model, with curriculum delivered by teaching partnerships in each content area and offering targeted instruction to students. MS 206 is part of the ASD Nest Program, an inclusion program supporting higher functioning children with autism spectrum disorders learning to function well academically, behaviorally, and socially.

If working in this type of environment interests you, please send your cover letter and resume to the Principal of PS/MS 206, Camille Forbes via email at CForbes2@schools.nyc.gov.




MS 51 - Park Slope Brooklyn
Updated: June 3, 2014 at 3:46pm

Middle School 51, a large, diverse, thriving school in Park Slope, Brooklyn has multiple openings, including ELA, in its ICT program for next year as we complete the special education departmentalization process. We are seeking smart, positive, energetic special education teachers who are excited about the chance to work with this population of students, collaborate both with their general education co-teacher and across the content areas to help provide a thriving literacy atmosphere for the ICT population.

Specifically, the ELA position involves co-teaching 3 sections of 8th grade. The candidate should have a strong background in the workshop model for reading and writing, assessing students' reading levels, and reading intervention strategies.

Please send cover letter and resume to principal Lenore Berner at lberner2@schools.nyc.gov.




PS 396, Bronx, NY
Updated: June 3, 2014 at 3:39pm

PS 396, Bronx, NY

PS 396 is eagerly seeking out the newest members of our dynamic learning community! Our school promotes a collaborative culture amongst students and staff, with high expectations for each of our learners and leaders. Much more information is available on our school website: www.ps396.org

Our mentoring/PD program has been selected as the model for our cluster. The cluster also selected our school as a model co-teaching site, with integrated classes for our ELLs as well as students with IEPs. We are also proud to be a model site for the ASD Nest Program (our school is featured in videos found on the Nest website: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/asdnest/).

We are looking to fill positions including:

--ESL teacher (co-teaching position)

--Common Branch

--ASD Nest co-teachers (Gen Ed or Special Ed)

--ASD Nest clusters (Special Ed)

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to:

Nicole A. Tiné, Principal, nicoleatine@gmail.com




Carroll Gardens School for Innovation
Updated: May 29, 2014 at 6:42pm

The Carroll Gardens School for Innovation (MS442), is currently accepting applications for a 7th Grade ELA Teacher. We are a small, fully-inclusive middle school serving grades 6-8, and located in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. We are seeking excellent candidates who possess a mastery of literacy content paired with the philosophy that through an individualized, differentiated approach, all learners can be successful. Ideal candidates have familiarity with integration of technology, project based learning, and student centered approaches to pedagogy. Interested applicants, please email cover letter and resume to Principal Deanna Sinito at dsinito@schools.nyc.gov



P.S. 452, NYC DOE, District 3
Updated: May 23, 2014 at 11:22am

P.S. 452 is hiring third and fourth grade teachers for the 2014-2015 school year.

P.S. 452 is a dynamic learning environment where everyone collaborates to achieve success for our children. We are a learning community in which children, families, and staff from diverse cultural, ethnic, linguistic, and economic backgrounds perform together. Every member of the school community, including students, staff, and the community, is expected to learn from and with each other and all will be supported to reach their fullest potential. The school community will provide a caring and nurturing environment that provides students with the skills to develop as learners, thinkers, communicators, and citizens.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:
*Commitment to high standards for all students
*Ability to incorporate hands-on and cooperative learning activities
*Ability to develop and use integrated, project-based learning units that are universally designed for all learners
*Ability to integrate technology in the classroom
*Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues, families, students, etc
*Experience in utilizing the “Workshop Model” of teaching and learning
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to:
P.S. 452 Hiring Committee
100 West 77th Street
New York, NY 10024
Or via e-mail at mr.parker452@gmail.com



PS 369 Bronx
Updated: May 22, 2014 at 5:16pm

P.S. 369 is a new small school with an energetic staff committed to professional inquiry and collaboration. We are committed to implementing balanced literacy and do everything we can to support our teachers. We are looking for the following positions:
- Literacy Coach
- K-5 teachers
- ESL teacher
- Speech and Language Teacher
- Guidance Counselor

Please send resumes to Jaleelah Cookie jcooke@schools.nyc.gov



Collins Elementary School in Livingston, NJ
Updated: May 22, 2014 at 5:13pm

Collins Elementary School in Livingston, NJ has two tenure track classroom teaching positions open in fourth grade for the 2014-2015 school year. The Livingston Public Schools have worked with the TCRWP for many years and we are excited about our literacy journey together. Livingston is a beautiful suburb and a community that deeply values teaching and learning. Collins School has 443 gifted students and a devoted and caring staff.

Interested applicants should submit resumes immediately to:
John Leister, Principal, jleister@livingston.org



PS 29 Brooklyn
Updated: May 22, 2014 at 9:47am

PS 29 in Brooklyn, a TCRWP school, has some available teaching positions open for the 2014-2015 school year. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Rebecca Fagin at rfagin@schools.nyc.gov



PS 59 Beekman Hill International School
Updated: May 22, 2014 at 9:24am

PS 59 Beekman Hill International School has several vacancies for classroom teaching positions in primary and upper grades for the 2014-2015 school year. PS 59 is a vibrant professional learning community in District 2 in Manhattan, and has a longstanding relationship with the TCRWP. PS 59 has a wonderfully diverse student population and a highly engaged and supportive parent community. PTA funded teaching assistant positions will also be available for Kindergarten and first grade classrooms.

Interested applicants should submit resumes to:
Adele Schroeter, Principal, aschroe@schools.nyc.gov and/or
Jamie Mendelsohn, Literacy Coach, mendelsohnjamie@gmail.com



PS 503 - Brooklyn NY
Updated: May 19, 2014 at 11:26am

PS 503 is looking for highly qualified teachers to apply for positions in grades K-5 for the 2014-15 school year. We are a large elementary school of 1000+ students, 18% special education, 54% ELLs, 90+% free and reduced lunch.

Candidates must show the following qualities:

*Strong pedagogical knowledge in content areas (Literacy, Math, Science, Soc Studies)
*Working knowledge of student assessments
*Ability to collaborate and work interdependently
*Flexibility
*Strong communication skills (written and oral)
*Understanding of the Danielson Framework

Email a resume and cover letter to Anthony Pirro, Assistant Principal (Apirro2@schools.nyc.gov)




Maxwell Elementary Denver
Updated: April 30, 2014 at 8:00am

Maxwell Elementary in Denver, CO is hiring for the following positions:
*Two first grade general education ELA-S (English Language Acquisition- Spanish) teachers. These teachers would provide instruction in Spanish for 80-90% of the day to native Spanish speakers. Readers and writers workshops at the core of the curriculum.
*One second grade general education ELA-E (English Language Acquisition – English) teacher. This teacher will teach in English, but provide scaffolding to ensure that English Language Learners are able to make the transfer from their native language to English. Readers and writers workshops at the core of the curriculum.

Maxwell Elementary is a neighborhood school located in the Montbello community in Denver, Colorado. With 95% of students qualifying for Free/Reduced Lunch and 95% students of color, Maxwell is a school that has the potential to prove that a student's zip code doesn't determine his/her life path. With extremely dedicated, positive staff, teachers, and students, Maxwell is a place with untold potential. While the school has yet to demonstrate these results on state assessments, with the new leadership for 2014-15, the school is on its way towards becoming a national role model. Maxwell is becoming a school where authentic learning, deep readers and writers workshops, and teacher ingenuity drive outstanding instruction and ensure that students achieve at the highest levels.

Email nivan_khosravi@dpsk12.org to learn more. Maxwell is on its way towards transformational student achievement results. Come join the team.



PS 139 The Alexine Fenty School
Updated: April 28, 2014 at 11:26am

PS 139 The Alexine Fenty School, an elementary school in Brooklyn's District 22, is looking for special educators to join our K through 5 team for the 2014-2015 school year. Experience with Teachers College Reading and Writing Project preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to Principal Mary McDonald at mmcdona10@schools.nyc.gov.



Roosevelt Elementary School
Updated: April 22, 2014 at 8:23pm

Roosevelt Elementary School is located in sunny Santa Monica, CA and is part of Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. Roosevelt is a California Distinguished School and was just honored with an additional Distinguished School Award this spring, 2014 based on our signature instructional practices in Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI math) and Reading Workshop. Roosevelt is a high achieving school with an API that has increased consistently over the past five years. Our staff is highly collaborative, reflective and professional in all the work that we do to ensure academic success for all students. Our teachers are committed to in-depth professional development as essential to our daily work and growth.

Roosevelt is seeking both an upper and lower grade teacher for the 2014-2015 school year. Our staff has been trained in Writing Workshop 10 years ago and has been implementing it ever since school-wide. We are in our first year of being a project school in Reading Workshop with Columbia University Teachers College and are looking for teachers who are knowledgeable in and passionate about Reading and Writing Workshop. As a result of being a project school, we receive ten days of onsite professional development with the senior staff developers at Columbia University. Any interested teachers, please send a resume to Principal Natalie Burton at nburton@smmusd.org. Thank you!




The Somerset Hills School District
Updated: April 14, 2014 at 2:00pm

THE SOMERSET HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT

2014-2015 Anticipated Opening:

The Somerset Hills School District in Bernardsville, New Jersey is looking for a Language Arts Teacher for the Bernardsville Middle School – Experience with Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (preferred).

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, transcripts and certification to jobs@shsd.org.




Teachers College Community School
Updated: April 14, 2014 at 11:41am

POSITIONS: Subject to sufficient budget, TCCS is seeking candidates for the following positions: second grade, third grade, special education, visual art, and physical education.

Positions in the school may include, but not be limited to, the following licenses: Common Branch (N-6), Elementary Education (1-6), Special Education (Birth-2 and 1-6), Visual Arts (K-12), and Physical Education (K-12). Certification in more than one field preferred.

DESCRIPTION: TCCS is a university-assisted demonstration public school in Upper Manhattan, affiliated with Teachers College. The school opened in 2011 with kindergarten and will add one grade each year through grade 8. The school also started a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program in the 2012-13 school year.

We are seeking educators of excellence with a track record of collaborative teamwork, authentic and experiential pedagogy, integrating technology, as well as a demonstrated commitment to student achievement and to ongoing professional growth. TCCS classrooms will serve as centers for curriculum development, educational research, and evaluation related to key questions in teaching and learning. TCCS will also be a professional development site for pre-service and experienced educators where learning can be shared and extended across schools. For more information about our school community go to: www.tccommunityschool.org.

Send Cover Letter and resume to:
communityschool@tc.edu
The Office of School and Community Partnership, Teachers College
ATTN: Community School
525 West 120th
New York, New York 10027
Deadline to apply: April 30, 2014




Gateway Middle School - San Francisco
Updated: April 8, 2014 at 4:12pm

Gateway Middle School is seeking a Literacy Specialist for the 2014-2015 school year. Gateway Middle is a small, diverse middle school in San Francisco that is committed to helping each student – regardless of learning differences or previous academic achievement – learn the skills, habits and knowledge necessary for success in college and beyond. Our school opened in August 2011 with one hundred sixth grade students and we have grown to full capacity of three hundred 6th-8th graders over the past two years.

We are looking for a strong teacher leader who is committed to equity and to building a strong school-wide culture of teaching literacy across curriculum. We've established a foundation of common literacy practices in our first three years and we're looking for a literacy specialist who can build on that work as well as work with our teachers to address the needs of our developing readers and English learners.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to jobs@gatewaymiddle.org. The full job posting is available here at the link below.

http://www.gatewaypublicschools.org/uploaded/Gateway_High_School/Careers/GMS_LiteracySpecialist-JobPosting2014-15.pdf




P.S. 682 The Academy of Talented Scholars
Updated: April 8, 2014 at 4:11pm

P.S. 682 The Academy of Talented Scholars has the following vacancies:
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Upper Grade Academic Coach/Data Specialist

All applicants can send resume and cover letters to principal Josephine Sportella-Giusto at jsportella@taots.org.




Edgewater Board of Education
Updated: April 8, 2014 at 4:05pm

Edgewater School District in New Jersey has multiple openings for kindergarten teachers, an opening for an ESL teacher, an opening for an elementary principal, and an opening for a reading specialist. New Jersey certification required for all positions.

Please email cover letter, certificates, and resume directly to Kerry Postma. Kpostma@edgewaterschools.org.



Roslyn Public Schools Elementary Teachers Vacancy Posting
Updated: April 7, 2014 at 2:44pm

Roslyn Public Schools Elementary Teachers Vacancy Posting

POSITION(S): Elementary Teachers, Various Positions, Various Grades
REQUIRMENTS: Appropriate Valid NYSED Certification
LOCATION: Elementary Buildings
DATES: September 2014
COMPENSATION: As per current RTA contract

TO APPLY: SEND A LETTER OF INTEREST TO:
Ms. Allison Brown
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
Formal Email Submissions Preferred
abrown@roslynschools.org

DEADLINE: April 10, 2014



PS/MS 206: The Academy for Social Change
Updated: April 7, 2014 at 2:36pm

PS/MS 206: The Academy for Social Change, located in East Harlem, is searching for dynamic, compassionate teachers to support its middle school program. We are in need of middle school content-area certified teachers for the following subject areas: ELA, Science, Math, Theater Arts, Library/Media, and Technology.

With a highly-collaborative, supportive, and committed staff, MS 206 promotes a culture emphasizing excellence and academic achievement for every student within an inclusive community. Social justice, service learning, and character development are the cornerstone of every student's education at MS 206. The middle school program is based on an ICT model, with curriculum delivered by teaching partnerships in each content area and offering targeted instruction to students.

MS 206 is part of the New York City Department of Education's highly regarded "ASD Nest Program," an inclusion program supporting higher functioning children with autism spectrum disorders learning to function well academically, behaviorally, and socially. All ASD Nest faculty receives extensive training and ongoing support in best practices to support students.

If working in this type of environment interests you, please send your cover letter and resume to the Principal of PS/MS 206, Camille Forbes via email at CForbes2@schools.nyc.gov.




PS 333 Manhattan School for Children
Updated: April 1, 2014 at 3:58pm

Manhattan School for Children

About Manhattan School for Children: Manhattan School for Children, P.S. 333 is a K-8 school located on the upper west side. We are a progressive school that believes that all students are gifted in multiple ways. We are student centered with a project-based pedagogical focus and instructional program grounded in the philosophy that we are a community of learners. Students of different racial/ethnic, socio-economic, as well as physical and academic abilities, come together to learn.

Position Overview
We are looking for a Middle School ELA Teacher

Duties and Responsibilities:
Teaches a rigorous, creative classroom that validates and supports each child.
Commits to constant professional and personal growth through working closely as part of a team of teachers.
Is collaborative and reflective about one’s practice.

Qualifications:
Certified middle school ELA Teacher prepared to teach in NYC public schools
Knowledge of and experience with the Common Core Learning Standards
Knowledge of progressive education
Positive attitude toward the classroom and community at large
Excellent communication skills and a passion for working with students and their families
At least two years of teaching experience (strongly preferred)
Experience with child centered differentiated curricula (preferred)
Experience with Teacher's College Reading and Writing Project (preferred)

Interested candidates email a cover letter and resume to Claire Lowenstein at clowenstein@schools.nyc.gov




Chappaqua Central School District
Updated: March 12, 2014 at 10:13am

Middle School Principal

Seven Bridges Middle School in Chappaqua, NY (Westchester County, 45 minutes north of New York City) is seeking a new Principal, to start July 1, 2014. The Chappaqua Central School District is home to an exceptionally talented student body and staff. We seek educational leaders who understand that past success must not lead to complacency and are thus eager to work in a dynamic environment characterized by continual growth. Starting in January, 2014, you will be able to post your applications directly at the following site: https://www.pnwboces.org/teacherApplicationSSL/

For questions, contact Eric Byrne, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction at erbyrne@ccsd.ws.