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HS Science, Art, French Teachers for International School In Saudi Arabia
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014 4:56 PM

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POSITION: Supervisor of Social Services

REPORTS TO: Site Director

CLASSIFICATION: Full Time (Management Team)


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Supervisor of Social Services provides supportive, educational, and administrative supervision to the social service staff while acting as the liaison between the residents and the Director.


Acts so as to represent Lutheran Social Service of New York's mission, values, ethics, upholds agency Code of Conduct, and ensure adherence to agency policy and procedures by social service staff.
Provides supervision (of caseload and documentation) and support to social service staff (may include intern) via individual sessions, staff meetings, and in-house trainings.
Monitors staff fulfillment of routine and additional assignments.
Maintains compliance with standards set forth by program funding sources.
Compiles data and prepares monthly reports for program funding sources, as well as assists Director with annual reports and other functions related to the program.
Ascertains that client records are "audit-ready" at all times via in-house audits.
Approves time cards, changes in schedule, and monitors staff attendance.
Completes monthly calendar of events and schedules client activities.
Conducts client assessment and crisis intervention.
Participates in intake process, including selection and screening of residents.
Assists in Human Resource matters, ordering/monitoring of supplies, petty cash custodial duties, and other tasks related to program functioning.
Serves as liaison for on-site resources for clients as well as program representative for off-site resources, including development of relationships within the community.


Social service staff
Volunteers and interns as needed





Minimum of 3-years within the Social Service field
Supervisory experience
Experience working with substance abusers, HIV, formerly homeless and mentally ill populations


Demonstrates good oral and written expressive capabilities.
Displays Time Management skills, ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments at once, and flexibility, including working some holidays and weekends.
Exhibits strong leadership, clinical, administrative and supervision/management skills.
Exhibits proficient knowledge of Internet Navigation, E-mail, and Microsoft Word.


Bilingual a plus.

How to apply

Rachel Upbin

[with "Supervisor of Social Services" in the subject line]

----LSSNY is an Equal Opportunity Employer----

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014 3:09 PM

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These jobs are in Saudi Arabia WOMEN ONLY
If you qualify, we will contact you within 48 hours!

Last few openings International School Common Core
Art Teacher
Foreign Language teacher (either French Spanish or another European Language)
High School Science
Be part of a dynamic and rapidly growing organization.
Very Particular Requirements
• American Citizen (at this time we only have visas for US Citizens)
• Under 55 years old years depends on particular position It is a government requirement
• Single Status (They do not have enough housing for families)
• College degree &
• 3 years of documented teaching experience in a formal setting.
• Certified/Licensed in any subject by a state board of education.
• Experienced in the Common Core Curriculum
New School Building
New exciting connected classrooms, newly opened science lab!

All instruction is in the English Language

Our students need your expertise, passion and leadership. We are looking for highly motivated and skilled talent to join our team at the Al Hada International School. We seek individuals who are passionate about transforming and improving educational outcomes for our international students. Our students are the children of ex pat physicians who work at Al Hada Taif region Medical Center.

Basic Salary & Benefits
Salaries Start at $45 to 50K TAX FREE
2 1/2 months off 2 midyear breaks
Free housing,
Free medical care
Round trip travel
Regular school year, only day time classes, 5 days per week.
Walk to work

No worries about guns or violence.
New classrooms.
Small classes
175 day school year
Travel opportunities
Walk to work
More teaching less paperwork
Fewer regulations than US Public Schools
New School rooms, no huts

Al Hada International School K-12 (450 students)
This private American style international school is located in Taif, Saudi Arabia which is about 2 hours from Jeddah by car and one hour from Mecca. The school is situated on the campus of a large medical center and provides education for the children of physicians who work at the hospital. In addition to the school, the medical complex employs a staff of about 4,000, many who live on campus. The school has been in operation since the early 90's but they are expanding now that they have a great new school building.

If you qualify, we will contact you within 48 hours!

Apply Now:

Salary/Wage: TAX FREE $45K to $50K Plus free housing, medical coverage
Education: Minimum Bachelors Degree & Board Certification
Status: Full-time
Shift: Days

• Location: Manhattan, Saudi Arabia

Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014 1:15 PM

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ACE (The Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless) seeks a full-time Education Associate for its vocational rehabilitation program.

The ideal candidate will have experience teaching adults and feel comfortable working with formerly incarcerated and homeless individuals in recovery from substance abuse.

The Education Associate will lead and assist with basic literacy, math and computer classes, one-on-one literacy sessions, and job-readiness workshops, and will report to the Education Coordinator.

Duties & Responsibilities

Teach and assist with basic literacy, math and computer classes, one-on-one literacy sessions, and job-readiness workshops
Manage a case load of 7-10 participants by tracking vocational goals and requirements, assisting participants in reaching goals, and providing individual counseling
Assist with administering education assessments at intake to determine class placement
Track participant attendance and educational progress
Prepare for education sessions and classes
Support students in overcoming barriers to educational success
Report to the Education Manager and assist with administrative work, including data entry into participant-tracking database, Salesforce.
Assist with coordinating volunteer database and events
Complete all other duties as assigned by supervisor

Skills & Qualifications

Bachelors Degree
1-3 years of Social Services and/or teaching experience
Excellent classroom facilitation skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable working with a diverse population
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and internet navigation
A commitment to helping formerly homeless individuals transition to self sufficiency and pursue their long-term vocational goals

How to apply

Email your resume and cover letter to Please include 'Education Associate' in the subject line.

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014 12:11 AM

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Position: Spanish Teacher – Middle School

The School

Launch Expeditionary Learning Charter School, located in the Weeksville/Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, is part of a network of 11 Expeditionary Learning (EL) schools in New York City and is the NYC network's first charter school. EL is a proven educational model being implemented in over 150 district, charter and independent schools across the country. Expeditionary Learning balances both academic rigor and character development through experiential, project-based learning. Entering its third year, Launch will be serving 336 6th through 8th grade students in 2014-2015 and grow to serve 6th-12th grade.


The Spanish teacher will work with fellow teachers and Launch staff to develop and implement an innovative curriculum to Launch's 6th-8th grade students. All teachers and staff will receive extensive professional development and ongoing support in the Expeditionary Learning model. "Learning Expeditions" are in-depth, cross-curricular studies that are project-based, incorporate fieldwork and are relevant in students' lives. Expeditions are the primary way of organizing the curriculum and address common core standards. Staff will work to develop the curriculum and be supported in planning and implementation by a dedicated coach known as an Instructional Guide. Teachers will have ample opportunities to take on leadership roles within the organization as lead teachers, mentors and leaders of study groups that will drive school-wide growth and best practices.


Teach 4-5 sections of Spanish, providing instruction in both language and culture
Integrate Spanish learning targets into all Expeditions
Work with fellow teachers to plan interdisciplinary Learning Expeditions
Develop short-term and long-term learning targets derived from Common Core Standards
Help develop and teach Habits of Mind and Habits of Heart
Develop character by integrating character-building into Learning Expeditions
Differentiate instruction so that all students achieve mastery of learning targets
Plan lessons for and lead a daily small Advisory (called Crew)
Develop classroom structures to ensure all students are known well
Develop relationships and consistently communicate with students' families
Establish and maintain consistent classroom routines in a student-centered classroom
Incorporate literacy into all units of instruction
Prepare students to publicly present and exhibit their work, including at least one annual school-wide Exhibition of student work to be presented to parents and the community
Prepare students to lead Student-Led Conferences two times each year
Prepare students for Presentations of Learning in the Spring of each year
Establish a culture of craftsmanship in the classroom
Consistently use formative assessments to drive instruction
Use the school-wide data system to collect and analyze student data and modify instruction accordingly

The ideal candidate will have:

Minimum 2 years teaching experience preferred, but not required
Middle school experience preferred, but not required
Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred)
Urban teaching experience or other similar experience in an urban setting
Belief that all students can learn and achieve at high levels
Desire to work in a teacher-driven, student-centered environment
Curiosity about the world and passion to engage kids in meaningful and authentic learning experiences
Ability to work well with colleagues and to plan interdisciplinary units
Ability to communicate effectively and often with parents and families
Valid State Certification preferred but not required to apply
Belief in the Expeditionary Learning model and Launch values

Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with experience

Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to:

Launch is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group for reasons of race, color, creed, sex, age, culture, national origin, marital status, sexual preference or mental or physical disability.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 12:25 PM

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Middle Earth, a leading community based organization in Somerset County, is currently seeking qualified individuals for group leader positions in the 21st Century Community Learning Centers in Bound Brook.

Responsibilities: The Club Leader or Group Leader is responsible for leading activities and life skills groups for youth during afterchool hours. They will be responsible for creating their own lesson plans and activities as well as assist students with school work.

• Some College Credits

• Interest in providing quality educational and enrichment experiences to youth.

• Organizational skills to coordinate multiple tasks and responsibilities

• Ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure

• An upbeat personality and pleasant demeanor

• Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective

Must have be able to pass background check

Hours: 3:30PM - 6:00PM (Part Time) Afternoon / Evenings up to 5 days per week

Email cover letter and resume to or call 908-725-7223

• Location: New Jersey

Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 12:16 AM

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Staten Island Conservatory of Music- Piano Position Available

Position: Assistant Faculty of Piano.

Location: Staten Island. Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

Schedule: Saturday (10-3:00pm) + Two Weekdays (Monday-Wednesday, 4-7:00pm)
Days and times can be flexible.

Available: Immediately until filled.

Salary: Starting: $20+ an hour with a Bachelors Degree. $25 an hour with a Masters Degree or Equivalent.

Requirements: Master Degree, equivalent or enrollment in a graduate program is mandatory. Candidate must have at least one degree in Piano Performance or Piano Pedagogy. Eight years of teaching experience is preferred. Ability to perform and accompany students and other faculty is required. Candidate must also be able to teach basic music theory.

Responsibilities: To provide instruction in piano to students of all ages and levels. Topics will include learning notation, technique, and musicality. The candidate will also prepare students for student recitals at the end of each semester as well as NYSSMA/Masterclasses and other competitions. Position may include music theory lessons as well.

Description of School: The Staten Island Conservatory of Music was founded in 1994. The Conservatory offers the highest quality private instruction to all Staten Island residents regardless of age or origin. Our instructors include internationally acclaimed music instructors that are active performers. In addition to instruction we offer music theory & history instruction, chamber music as well as numerous performance opportunities for our students.

For more information on the Staten Island Conservatory of Music, please visit:

• Location: Staten Island, 1000 Richmond Terrace Snug Harobor

Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 12:16 AM

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Award winning Performing Arts Company is seeking hard working, experienced, dance teacher. We are looking for a well rounded teacher, able to teach a variety of styles. Hip-hop, jazz, musical theatre, etc. Seeking a long term teacher to grow with Award Winning Company.
Looking for someone available to start training ASAP.

• Location: Manhattan, Upper East Side

Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:26 PM

Want to teach in China while learning culture/language, and travel?

We are looking for ESL teachers who would like to teach in China for a year or more. You can choose to teach at universities, public, private schools, or training centers (kindergarten kids to college students or adults. Cities include: Beijing, Jinan, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Qinhuangdao, Dalian, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Changchun, Jiamusi, Urumqi, ect. Different school s have different requirements and salaries. Some schools (although not many) need subject teachers as well (often better pay) such as computer science, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, ect.
• Be native speakers with a US passport and able to pay one way flight to China ($800 to 1000 or so, summer is more expensive)
•With Bachelor degree or higher preferred (we have some schools accepting high school diploma)
• With teaching experience preferred
• With TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA certificates, or state teaching license is preferred (some schools do not need it)
• Be healthy , passionate, and no criminal activity recorded and ONE YEAR commitment (we do have short term teachings, at least 4.5 months, but the pay is about $900 a month with free meals and housing)
• Free housing or housing allowance provided
• Free medical insurance
• Paid Chinese public holidays and maybe vacation days
• Salary of $1000 to $2000 per month depending on teaching experience and location
• During or after one year contract, partial reimbursement /compensation of the round trip flight ticket, often return ticket
• Possible additional bonuses or allowances depending on the schools

About us:
Chinese Living in the USA, LLC ( is an Educational Consulting and Recruiting firm based in the US. We provide reliable and caring service to our clients and educate them on understanding cultural differences and living in a foreign country. Part of our business is to match American teachers to schools based on interest. We also help child care teachers to find Chinese families to teach kids English at their home.

Teaching English or other subjects in China is a popular and demanding program that hires teachers who teach different level of students English or other subjects in English in China, from kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, to universities. The schools that hire the teachers could be private or public.

As a recruiting firm for the foreign teacher talents, our firm collaborates with schools to help foreign teachers find the positions that will match their qualifications at various cities in China. We provide FREE service to the teachers.
Contact us to find more details about the schools that fit your needs.

Salary/Wage: Varies
Education: High school graduates, bachelor degree, or above
Status: Full-time, Temp/Contract

• Location: Bronx, Brooklyn, Fairfield, Long Island, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Westchester, China

Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 12:10 AM

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New York: Steve's Camp at Horizon Farms Seeks Summer Camp Chef

Steve's Camp at Horizon Farms is a new and innovative program designed to empower high school-aged youth from underserved communities in NYC to realize their potential through a unique camp experience. The goal of Steve's Camp at Horizons Farms is to help underserved New York City teens lead sustainable lives by promoting healthy lifestyles, improving campers' understanding of natural systems, and building self-knowledge and leadership skills. Participants attend camp free of charge, and learn about sustainability and leadership by working on a farm, cooking healthy food, and having fun in the outdoors. Steve's Camp is located on 100 acres in Livingston Manor, New York, about 100 miles outside of NYC. In addition to a farm that raises pigs, sheep, and chickens, the property also includes a large kitchen, dining hall, small garden, two bunkhouses, and an all-purpose building.

We are looking for someone with culinary/nutrition experience (either a chef or caterer) to run the kitchen at our summer camp from June 26th to August 24th. This is a temporary, full-time, residential position. Responsibilities will include:
• Ordering local food from nearby farms and stores;
• Keeping stock of food supplies;
• Maintaining a clean and safe kitchen;
• Providing some cooking instruction; and
• Planning and preparing three nutritious meals for approximately 40-50 people each day with the help of campers and staff.

A small percentage of our food will come from our gardens and chickens. The chef will also work with a Wellness Director and Farm Coordinator to help create a holistic, healthy environment for our campers.

Culinary experience a must. Ideally, we would like to hire some culinary experience and interest in teaching cooking to teens. All culinary staff must be passionate about cooking delicious and healthy food, enjoy working with youth, and be excited about living on farm for the summer! For more information please visit

This is a temporary, full-time, residential position that will run from June 26th to August 24th. You will have time off between each 12-day camp session.

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. The position also includes organic, local, fresh meals each day and comfortable housing on a beautiful farm.

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume, cover letter, and any questions you have to Josh Borkin.

• Location: Brooklyn, Livingston Manor NY

Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 12:10 AM

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Part Time/Freelance Art Instructor for Kids' Classes (NYC Weekday 9am-12pm Priority):
Private Picassos is looking for a freelance art instructor to lead art classes for kids age 2.5-5 years. Classes take place at locations throughout New York City, primarily in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Availability Monday - Friday 9am-12pm mid June-Labor Day a must. Some dates off for vacation are fine, but majority of the summer must be available.

Travel to and from sites is a large part of this position. All instructors are required to meet with the Director of Private Picassos on a bi-monthly basis to discuss classes, lessons, students, materials, etc.

Responsibilities include:
- set-up, clean-up, prep and implementation of prepared fine-arts curriculum
- organization of supplies and materials
- correspondence with parents regarding lessons, progress reports, special events, etc.
- curriculum development, with assistance of Director

Required -
- experience teaching art to children under the age of 4
Preferred -
- pursuit or possession of bachelors or master's degree in art education, preferably with experience or interest in early childhood art education (work with children under the age of 4)

Application Process:
Please send a cover letter and resume to Valeen Bhat, Founder & Director.
No phone calls please. If your experience is applicable for this position, we will contact you directly.
You can read more about Private Picassos at

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Monday, July 28, 2014 1:12 PM

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Bushwick’s Momo Sushi Shack seeks a full-time chef/kitchen manager.

Compensation is extremely competitive.

Must have experience managing food cost, scheduling, hiring/firing and ordering.

Japanese experience a huge plus.

The best candidate will be confident on the line and in the office. We are a small restaurant so you will be working line shifts.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Monday, July 28, 2014 12:24 PM

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Become a part of a deeply committed team of educators who bring chess to some of NYC's most deserving students in high poverty schools. You will teach chess to elementary through middle school aged students during the school day and in after school clubs, coach your students at weekend tournaments and promote a chess culture in the schools. The ideal candidate has high expectations for children, is extremely organized, proactive, enthusiastic, motivated, and works well in a team setting.

Job Requirements and qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, camp counselor and/or teaching experience (preferred). Strong teaching and communication skills. Chess-in the Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit your cover letter and resume to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Monday, July 28, 2014 8:13 AM

Three (3) teachers needed in Shanghai, China for various age groups.

The positions include legal work visa, accommodation, flight reimbursement, health insurance and 8,000-12,000 Chinese RMB a month with yearly raises and paid holidays! All contracts are for 12 months and require 20-25 teaching hours per week.

What's required from you?
-Be a native English speaker
-BA degree or higher
-Teaching experience
-Love for new experiences and travel

If you are interested, please fill out this form and a representative will be in touch!

Salary/Wage: 8000-12000 RMB

• Location: Staten Island, Shanghai, China

Posted: Friday, July 25, 2014 4:48 AM

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First of all, this is my first advertisement placed on this service; if this is the wrong area for this kind of posting, I apologize.

Heart English School seeks candidates who would like to work in the Japanese public school system. We place native English speakers in public elementary, junior high school, and high schools in eastern Japan, especially in the greater Tokyo area. The work involves assisting the English teacher with native pronunciation of vocabulary and reading, and otherwise spending time outside of class at the school to speak with students on their interests using English.

This kind of position tends to be popular with students just out of college or those with some education experience or training, but the only job requirement is for someone to be great with kids and have good energy and be generally flexible in a new environment. The position is a bit less than full time; most full-time jobs are 240 days per year, but this position would have about 190-210 days in the year. Salary depends on the specific working days as well as hours per day (6-8) but any position more than allows a very reasonable lifestyle in Japan, including enough time and resources to enjoy Tokyo, one of the few cities bigger than NYC.

While the job requirements are based on personality and so technically anyone finding the idea of the job description appealing could be a good fit for the job, there are other things that should be considered:

-Visa sponsorship absolutely requires a bachelors degree (of any type) as well as holding a passport from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, or New Zealand.

-We are able to offer a job but this isn't an all-encompassing "program"; in the end, a successful candidate taking a position would need to be able to independently get to Japan and cover certain housing costs. We can offer advice to make sure housing processes etc. would be very easy for a newcomer, though.

If this kind of position may appeal to you, please mail for more information. If all seems positive we would want to set up an online video with successful candidates interviewing in person. We will be visiting New York in the first week of November, and would want to set up final interviews to take place at that time.

Thanks very much for reading this, and we hope to hear from you soon.

Salary/Wage: Approx. $20-25/hour
Education: BA or higher
Status: Full-time
Shift: Days

• Location: Other, Manhattan interviews

Posted: Friday, July 25, 2014 12:11 AM

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The SEEK Program of New York City College of Technology (CUNY) will be hiring several math tutors for the Fall 2014 semester and beyond.

Qualifications: Must be available at least 2 days a week (excluding evenings and weekends); B.S. preferred; 3.3 GPA or higher in math courses; ability to tutor math topics from elem algebra through at least 1st semester calculus + statistics or physics; tutoring experience preferred; good English communication skills a must.

Contact: Send cover letter and resume to

The New York City College of Technology is an equal opportunity employer.

• Location: Brooklyn, Downtown Brooklyn

Posted: Friday, July 25, 2014 12:11 AM

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The primary role of the Dean of Scholar Life is to support the Academy's scholars and families through effective and constant communication, dissemination of information, and fair enforcement of school policies and procedures.



Embody the characteristics that the school values, especially perseverance, social responsibility, and professionalism Provide all relevant data, reports and information to the administrative team Organize, help administer and serve as a liaison to the Parent's Organization the academic and behavioral standards Sustain and monitor a safe, orderly, disciplined culture of high academic and behavioral standards Provide all relevant documentation and reporting to the rest of the Administrative Team Communicate with families on a regular and consistent basis Assist in the development of structures and systems to assist in building consistency within the school Lead community meetings, school culture meetings, and other committees Provide specific professional development to the rest of the faculty when appropriate Coordinate Summit Academy Enrichment Program


Coordinate disciplinary systems including merit, demerits, in-school suspensions, and paychecks Evaluate behavior through detailed data analysis of student and teacher performance on a wide variety of metrics and present the data to school constituencies in an easily accessible format Provide the necessary support to faculty so that they can help administer the school's policies Prepare and submit timely reports and evaluations to all funding sources and external agencies Organize and coordinate the end of the year trips for each prospective grade level Oversee Homework Club, Saturday Opportunity Days, and detentions Teach an advisory period Complete other tasks assigned by the Executive Director Strong commitment to the mission and vision of the Academy Experienced in education, strategic planning, and communication techniques Experience with youth programs, successfully working with urban youth Motivational and energetic leader who is committed to excellence Unwavering in pursuit of excellence even in the face of difficult opposition and challenge Teaching or administrative experience in urban areas with marked success, and quantifiable and objective student performance gains that surpass state averages Proven ability to work collaboratively with a diversity of people Analytical problem-solver and solutions-oriented strategic thinker who has overcome difficult organizational challenges Exceptional public speaker and writer Strong knowledge of curriculum for sixth through twelfth grade students Energy and entrepreneurial spirit for a start-up charter school Professional demeanor, strong work ethic, detail-driven work style with excellent organizational skills Ability to prioritize, multi-task, delegate, and lead by example Three to five years of urban teaching and educational leadership experience is preferred Masters level advanced degree preferred

Please submit the following to

Resume or curriculum vitae with three professional references Statement of Interest/Cover letter Provide a short response to the following question: What is appealing about the mission of the Summit Academy Charter School?

Final candidates must pass a national criminal background check.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Thursday, July 24, 2014 12:13 AM

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We are seeking full-time program directors for OST after-school programs in several District 2 middle schools. Program directors oversee day-to-day program operations, supervise line staff, organize special events, and liaise among parents, students and school staff. The program director must be patient, compassionate, proactive, organized, creative, resourceful, and a good judge of character. The program director must be an educator, a manager, a counselor, a mediator, an administrator, an ambassador, a problem solver, a negotiator, a coach, and a nurse. He or she must be a credible authority at the program, skillfully managing relationships with program staff, students, parents, custodians and school administration, as well as representatives of DYCD and OCFS. He or she must be one of those special people who finds joy helping middle school students through the maelstrom of early adolescence. He or she must be able to earn their trust and gain their confidence. The director must have the ability to hire staff who relate well to the students, and design activities that are developmentally appropriate and suit the individual needs of the students.


Four-year college degree, preferably in a field related to education and/or child development
Professional experience in a school, after-school program, or other youth service, in a leadership capacity
Exemplary oral and written verbal skills, and a comfortable, professional demeanor in person, on the phone, and over email.
Experienced in hiring and supervising staff
Excellent computer skills
Able to produce schedules, manage budgets, and submit reporting on attendance and expenses accurately and on time

Email, and attach:

Cover letter
Writing Sample

For the writing sample, name a special event that could take place in an after-school program.

Describe the educational and developmental goals of the event.
Draft a promotional email to send to parents that will build excitement for the event.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 4:35 PM

Frequency of lessons: I'm not sure. Level of experience: Intermediate. Student age: 18-25. More info: it is for classic rock and roll music, gospel and soul/blues.


Salary/Wage: high

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 4:08 PM

Student age: 10-13. Guitar type: Acoustic. Level of experience: Beginner. Can read the following musical notation:: Music staff. Interested in the following musical style(s): Other (general). Frequency of lessons: Once a week. Lesson length: 30 minutes. Day preference: Saturday. Time preference: Morning (9am-noon).


Salary/Wage: high

• Location: Queens

Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 4:05 PM

Frequency of lessons: More than once a week. Level of experience: Beginner. Student age: 26-55. More info: Bass clarinet


Salary/Wage: high

• Location: Queens

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