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Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:08 AM

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The Child Center of New York has openings in its Early Childhood Programs for

Toddler/Preschool Substitute Teacher Center-Base Early Head Start and Early Learn

Programs

Responsibilities:

To assist the teacher with the implementation of a developmentally appropriate

program for children that meet the educational, social, emotional, physical and

health needs of the group, as well as each individual child.

Provide direct supervision to children with constant interaction.

Diapering/Toilet Training

Serving meals

Cleaning tables and countertops.

Sweeping and mopping floors when necessary

Sanitizing toys when necessary

Follow the instruction of the group teacher

Help maintain record keeping include daily sign in sheets and diapering/toileting logs

Hours of Operation 8:00am-6:00pm

Hourly Rate $8.00

Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent, Experience working with children

2 – 5 and fingerprinted through the Department of Investigation.



Interested candidates should send their resume to

Tanya Krien

Tel: 347-506-0832

Fax: 347-506-0899

Email: TanyaKrien@childcenterny.org

Salary/Wage: $8.00
Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Status: Temp/Contract
Shift: Days

• Location: Queens, Woodside, NY


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:08 AM

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OVERVIEW

Blue Engine seeks a Senior Director, School Partnerships (SDSP) to ensure that Blue Engine's classroom-based teams consistently achieve dramatic impact while strengthening the bonds between Blue Engine and local school communities. The SDSP, a new position created to help Blue Engine bridge from the 'launch' to the 'growth' phase of our organizational development, will serve as one of two senior programmatic leaders. The SDSP will be charged with managing successful relationships with principals, teachers, and Site Directors, directly supervising 3-4 Site Directors (of 7 total) who manage the daily activities of 35-40 (of 80) Blue Engine Teaching Assistants (BETAs) across 3-4 high schools (of 7 total) while developing strategies to support program implementation for approximately 1500 high school students in New York City. In addition to direct coaching/managerial responsibilities, the ideal SDSP will bring a prior record of instructional leadership to help guide the professional development of BETAs and refine Blue Engine's teaching and learning support systems organization-wide.

POSITION

Blue Engine seeks a Senior Director, School Partnerships to support the Vice President of Program in the management of Site Directors and the implementation of professional development for program staff and BETAs. The Senior Director, School Partnerships will directly manage 3-4 Site Directors who directly oversee teams of 7-16 BETAs across 9-10th grades at Blue Engine partner school sites in the South Bronx, East Bronx, and Washington Heights sections of New York City. The Senior Director, School Partnerships manages the skill development of their assigned Site Directors and holds them accountable to:

Lead their BETA teams to dramatic student gains in literacy, mathematics, and growth mindset

Maintain strong and long lasting teacher and school partnerships

Manage data collection and analysis to support the refinement of our performance management

Guide the professional development of our school-based teams of BETAs to rapidly increase their effectiveness as instructors

The Senior Director, School Partnerships will be a member of the core programmatic leadership team of Blue Engine, working closely with the Vice President of Program as well as the founder/CEO and incoming Chief Operating Officer (COO) as Blue Engine moves towards the codification of effective support across sites.

MINDSETS

You're a top-tier coach. You realize that effective management is all about coaching, and realize from experience that your number one strategy to ensure children achieve breakthroughs is centered on developing your people to be stellar. Coming into this role, you are inspired to take the leap to motivate, develop, and hold accountable a diverse team of rising stars in alignment with Blue Engine's mission, model, and values.

You're a teacher of teachers. Is teaching an art or a science? You could write a thesis on the subject and you're thrilled to lead our future teaching force on everything from pedagogy to scaffolding to mastering the art of a 5 a.m. wakeup call. You are inspired by the potential role of Blue Engine as thought-leader in recruiting, training, and supporting our nation's future teachers in an exciting new way.

You're a telescope. You have the ability to see the macro simultaneously with the micro, knowing exactly where to zoom in and zoom out to make informed decisions and take the appropriate course of action. At any given moment you can view the ground 10K above landscape and then dive into the weeds.

Data. Simply put, you have an uncompromising focus on achieving ambitious, measurable results and realize that data is critical. The thought of analyzing patterns (longitudinal + cross-sectional) in key stakeholder data makes you nerd-out with excitement; in part because you're just a nerd, in part because you know that smart analytics ensure a more focused pursuit of success.

Central hub. The phrase "culture eats strategy for breakfast" is posted in a place you stare at every day. You are deliberate about creating and preserving a positive, inclusive, and contagiously enthusiastic environment for BETAs, our school based staff, students, and the wider program team.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The list below represents common responsibilities the SDSP can expect:

Work with program team to set school-level vision and execute the strategy to help teams achieve dramatic increases in the number of students who are college-ready across sites

Establish, grow, and strengthen key relationships (i.e. principals, teachers, and staff) to ensure the viability of long-term partnerships and sustainability in school communities

Directly manage Blue Engine program staff (3-4), including weekly check-ins and ongoing professional development, ensuring high performance in end-of-year goals

Set and achieve ambitious goals for significantly improving academic outcomes, including student achievement on high-stakes examinations, elevated GPA, and college-ready writing rubrics

Assist with the org-wide alignment of curriculum, instruction, and feedback cycles to ensure all BETA and teacher teams have the resources required to become more effective educators

Play a leading role in overseeing the summer training, ongoing support, and professional development of BETAs (80) across 7 school sites alongside the Vice President, Program; identify the key levers that correlate with student and BETA success in the classroom and work to implement them

Participate in new Site Director recruitment, selection, and onboarding

Participate in cross-functional teams responsible for guiding 1st and 2nd-year BETA recruitment, selection, onboarding, and support, including those who choose the Blue Engine/RELAY partnership

Analyze programmatic data and results; convene program staff and manage them to come to conclusions around their own school, classroom, and student-level data

CANDIDATE PROFILE AND EXPERIENCE

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree required; graduate degree preferred

3+ years of teaching experience (achieving ambitious outcomes), high school settings are a plus

3+ years of coaching and developing adults in an instructional setting; direct professional development experience with teachers (including session design) a plus

Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, both informal and formal, with a strong ability to connect with and influence others

Excellent reasoning and problem-solving skills: demonstrated ability to analyze data and draw sound, actionable insights

Excellent time and project management skills: demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects/tasks simultaneously and to a high degree of excellence

Adaptive and entrepreneurial approach: demonstrates flexibility, energy, and initiative in fast-paced, unpredictable, and complex school environments

Self-awareness: has ability to self-direct professional development and performance management in a position that offers a level of operational freedom

COMPENSATION

This is a full-time salaried position with benefits and a vacation package. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include 100% employer-paid healthcare, vision, and dental, employer-paid short-term disability, cell phone reimbursement, and commuter benefits.

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY

At Blue Engine, we are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, striving to recruit a workforce that reflects the diverse communities in which we serve. We seek individuals of all backgrounds to join our team, embracing our differences, big, small, seen and unseen, as crucial to the success of our mission.

OVERVIEW

Blue Engine seeks a Senior Director, School Partnerships (SDSP) to ensure that Blue Engine's classroom-based teams consistently achieve dramatic impact while strengthening the bonds between Blue Engine and local school communities. The SDSP, a new position created to help Blue Engine bridge from the 'launch' to the 'growth' phase of our organizational development, will serve as one of two senior programmatic leaders. The SDSP will be charged with managing successful relationships with principals, teachers, and Site Directors, directly supervising 3-4 Site Directors (of 7 total) who manage the daily activities of 35-40 (of 80) Blue Engine Teaching Assistants (BETAs) across 3-4 high schools (of 7 total) while developing strategies to support program implementation for approximately 1500 high school students in New York City. In addition to direct coaching/managerial responsibilities, the ideal SDSP will bring a prior record of instructional leadership to help guide the professional development of BETAs and refine Blue Engine's teaching and learning support systems organization-wide.
POSITION

Blue Engine seeks a Senior Director, School Partnerships to support the Vice President of Program in the management of Site Directors and the implementation of professional development for program staff and BETAs. The Senior Director, School Partnerships will directly manage 3-4 Site Directors who directly oversee teams of 7-16 BETAs across 9-10th grades at Blue Engine partner school sites in the South Bronx, East Bronx, and Washington Heights sections of New York City. The Senior Director, School Partnerships manages the skill development of their assigned Site Directors and holds them accountable to:

Lead their BETA teams to dramatic student gains in literacy, mathematics, and growth mindset

Maintain strong and long lasting teacher and school partnerships

Manage data collection and analysis to support the refinement of our performance management

Guide the professional development of our school-based teams of BETAs to rapidly increase their effectiveness as instructors

The Senior Director, School Partnerships will be a member of the core programmatic leadership team of Blue Engine, working closely with the Vice President of Program as well as the founder/CEO and incoming Chief Operating Officer (COO) as Blue Engine moves towards the codification of effective support across sites.

MINDSETS

You're a top-tier coach. You realize that effective management is all about coaching, and realize from experience that your number one strategy to ensure children achieve breakthroughs is centered on developing your people to be stellar. Coming into this role, you are inspired to take the leap to motivate, develop, and hold accountable a diverse team of rising stars in alignment with Blue Engine's mission, model, and values.

You're a teacher of teachers. Is teaching an art or a science? You could write a thesis on the subject and you're thrilled to lead our future teaching force on everything from pedagogy to scaffolding to mastering the art of a 5 a.m. wakeup call. You are inspired by the potential role of Blue Engine as thought-leader in recruiting, training, and supporting our nation's future teachers in an exciting new way.

You're a telescope. You have the ability to see the macro simultaneously with the micro, knowing exactly where to zoom in and zoom out to make informed decisions and take the appropriate course of action. At any given moment you can view the ground 10K above landscape and then dive into the weeds.

Data. Simply put, you have an uncompromising focus on achieving ambitious, measurable results and realize that data is critical. The thought of analyzing patterns (longitudinal + cross-sectional) in key stakeholder data makes you nerd-out with excitement; in part because you're just a nerd, in part because you know that smart analytics ensure a more focused pursuit of success.

Central hub. The phrase "culture eats strategy for breakfast" is posted in a place you stare at every day. You are deliberate about creating and preserving a positive, inclusive, and contagiously enthusiastic environment for BETAs, our school based staff, students, and the wider program team.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The list below represents common responsibilities the SDSP can expect:

Work with program team to set school-level vision and execute the strategy to help teams achieve dramatic increases in the number of students who are college-ready across sites

Establish, grow, and strengthen key relationships (i.e. principals, teachers, and staff) to ensure the viability of long-term partnerships and sustainability in school communities

Directly manage Blue Engine program staff (3-4), including weekly check-ins and ongoing professional development, ensuring high performance in end-of-year goals

Set and achieve ambitious goals for significantly improving academic outcomes, including student achievement on high-stakes examinations, elevated GPA, and college-ready writing rubrics

Assist with the org-wide alignment of curriculum, instruction, and feedback cycles to ensure all BETA and teacher teams have the resources required to become more effective educators

Play a leading role in overseeing the summer training, ongoing support, and professional development of BETAs (80) across 7 school sites alongside the Vice President, Program; identify the key levers that correlate with student and BETA success in the classroom and work to implement them

Participate in new Site Director recruitment, selection, and onboarding

Participate in cross-functional teams responsible for guiding 1st and 2nd-year BETA recruitment, selection, onboarding, and support, including those who choose the Blue Engine/RELAY partnership

Analyze programmatic data and results; convene program staff and manage them to come to conclusions around their own school, classroom, and student-level data

CANDIDATE PROFILE AND EXPERIENCE

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree required; graduate degree preferred

3+ years of teaching experience (achieving ambitious outcomes), high school settings are a plus

3+ years of coaching and developing adults in an instructional setting; direct professional development experience with teachers (including session design) a plus

Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, both informal and formal, with a strong ability to connect with and influence others

Excellent reasoning and problem-solving skills: demonstrated ability to analyze data and draw sound, actionable insights

Excellent time and project management skills: demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects/tasks simultaneously and to a high degree of excellence

Adaptive and entrepreneurial approach: demonstrates flexibility, energy, and initiative in fast-paced, unpredictable, and complex school environments

Self-awareness: has ability to self-direct professional development and performance management in a position that offers a level of operational freedom

COMPENSATION

This is a full-time salaried position with benefits and a vacation package. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include 100% employer-paid healthcare, vision, and dental, employer-paid short-term disability, cell phone reimbursement, and commuter benefits.

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY

At Blue Engine, we are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, striving to recruit a workforce that reflects the diverse communities in which we serve. We seek individuals of all backgrounds to join our team, embracing our differences, big, small, seen and unseen, as crucial to the success of our mission.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:08 AM

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Prodigy School of the Arts is a performing and visual arts facility located in Uniondale, NY. we are currently looking for a Preschool Teacher to join our team.
Our Objective is to provide a healthy developmental learning environment that will allow our students to grow and learn about the world around them.

Preschool teacher will plan and teach lessons, assign HW, prepare reports, lunch etc…

The right candidates will have Computer knowledge, excellent English and Math skills and an ability to nurture and engage children in fun and educational activities.

AA or BA Early Childhood Ed, Certified TA's, Early Childhood Education majors and those with teaching experience are all welcome to apply.
This is an entry-level position for someone who wants to grow with our company.
Preschool Hours: M-F 8am-4pm
After-school Hours: M-F 3-6:30pm
Please submit your resume.

Salary/Wage: $720 bi-weekly
Education: AA or BA early Childhood Education
Status: Temp/Contract
Shift: Days

• Location: Other, Prodigy School of the Arts - Uniondale


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:08 AM

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FSA Martial Arts is looking for a completion martial arts instructor and a mix martial arts instructor.
This person must be a fun, personable and must be to make strong connections with children & Teens.

Salary/Wage: doe

• Location: Long Island, Baldwin


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:08 AM

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A and J Behavioral Health which is a growing insurance based company treating children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder seeks individuals, college students, paraprofessionals, and others with associates degrees/bachelors/masters degrees. We are also seeking those that do not have a minimum of an associates degree, but have a willingness to help children and adolescents with autism and have good interpersonal skills. We will train. Bilingual is a plus but not a must. BCBA-Ds, BCBAs and BCaBAs are strongly encouraged to apply as supervisors will be needed for this opportunity. Please attach your resume to the email provided and I will contact you personally to set up an interview. This is an incredibly friendly and rewarding company that will support you. Thank you

• Location: Long Island, (Long Island and NYC)


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Mosholu Day Camp has positions available for Teachers, Specialists, Lifeguards & EMT's. Several openings for K-6 Teachers in Reading, Writing, Math & Science. Specialists in Art, Pottery, Nature, Martial Arts, Dance, Drama, Tennis, Boating, gymnastics and more. Certified Life Guards and EMT's needed as well. Camps are in Bear Mountain (Harriman State Park) with bussing daily from locations in the Bronx and Lower Westchester. Season begins, 6/30 and ends 8/15, with several orientation and set up dates in June. Send resumes demonstrating experience, education and current certifications.

• Location: Bronx


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Position Rationale:

Domus Kids is a nonprofit social services organization that oversees, along with residential and community programs, a group of public charter/turnaround schools in Stamford and New Haven, CT, designed to work with each community's most academically and socially struggling students. Our mission is to successfully transition our students to the next stage of their education. Domus Kids operates two middle schools and one high school. For more information, please visit us online at www.domuskids.org.

About the school:

Stamford Academy is a public charter high school serving students in grades 9 through 12. The school actively seeks to serve Stamford's most academically and behaviorally struggling students and prepare them to transition successfully to post-secondary education and then meaningful careers.

About the position:

The position of social studies teacher is to deliver science instruction in whole-class, small-group, and one-on-one environments. The social studies teacher will be required to plan for the day's instructional activities each day and will participate in professional development opportunities on a weekly basis. The social studies teacher will also conduct assessments and data analysis.

Domus Kids is committed to equal employment opportunity, and we encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply for the position. Domus Kids does not discriminate against applicants based on race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental handicap, or disability or veteran status.

Responsibilities:

• Teaches social studies classes, including remediation
• Maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning
• Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations and at the time designated
• Maintains the established routines of the class
• Effectively de-escalates students in crisis according to the tenets of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention
• Conducts assessment and data analysis in the areas of numeracy
• Helps to develop consequences that teach new skills
• Attends and participates in events outside of school hours
• Supervises transitions and whole student gatherings
• Remains visible in the school environment

Required core competencies include:

• Excellent organizational, time management, and follow-up skills
• Exceptional problem-solving, critical-thinking, and strategic-planning skills
• Must be able and willing to work with a behaviorally difficult student population in a positive and calm manner
• Absolute commitment to the mission and core principles of Domus, including the Sanctuary model of trauma-informed care
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with demonstrated ability to speak and write clearly and persuasively
• Highly proficient with MS Excel
• Ability to successfully handle multiple projects concurrently
• Demonstrated ability to be self-directed and take initiative
• Ability to learn quickly and be effective in a fast-paced, dynamic, entrepreneurial environment
• Must be committed to finding ways to keep students in the school building to serve consequences
• Must be computer literate in relevant educational software programs

Educational background and work experience:

• Connecticut state certification in social studies (secondary)
• Bachelor's degree in education or closely related field with 2 years experience in an educational setting is preferred. Combination of education, training, and experience will be considered.
• Must be able to instruct, evaluate, direct, discipline, delegate, supervise, and motivate staff

Compensation:

Stamford Academy staff members are provided with a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package (health, dental, vision, 403(b) plan, life insurance, disability, etc.), and a working environment that includes all the necessary technology and resources to succeed. This is a ten-month position; it follows the school calendar.

Join a team of like-minded educators who work to ensure the community's most struggling students get the world-class education and social support they need to thrive at the next level.

• Location: Fairfield


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Interpreting Agency looking for Malay Interpreters to work on a 1099 Consulting basis, to provide on-site interpreting services to school-age children in a public school setting.

Candidates must be proficient in native language and English. Interpreting/Translating experience, education and/or certification is preferred. However, Tutors and Substitute Teachers are welcomed.

All candidates must have or must obtain fingerprinting clearance from NYCDOE. NYSED fingerprints are not accepted as the reciprocity rule has been terminated. We will assist with the fingerprinting process.

If interested, please submit your resume to Maria Jimenez at translations@comprehensivenet.com. Only inquiries that include resume attachments will be considered. Please write "MALAY" in the subject line.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Port Chester Head Start & Therapeutic Nursery requires an hourly occupational therapist. Hours will vary depending on student requirements.

Send resume to: Paulette Chappell-Warren (pchappell-warren@westcop.org)

• Location: Westchester


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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www.bricksandmotors.org

Bricks & Motors is a non-profit organization that offers after school STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) classes to students in PreK to 6th grade. Our unique enrichment program allows students to use specialized Lego® bricks, computers, and robots to learn design & technology, engineering, science, mathematics, and other non-traditional subjects. Our mission is to redefine the learning experience by exposing children to fun, hands-on projects that will inspire them to collaborate, create, and communicate all while learning and having fun. Our programs enable students to work as scientists, engineers, and designers providing them with settings, tools and tasks that promote design technology, science and mathematics. Bricks & Motors promotes higher order thinking and inspires students to ask questions and investigate in order to find solutions to their own questions.

HIRING IMMEDIATELY
We are looking for passionate instructors to teach Lego classes as after school programs. We will provide all the necessary training, material, and equipment. You must have access to a vehicle to drive to different schools. Each after school program is 1 hour in length. The compensation is for 1.5 hours for every hour of instruction.

Qualifications:
- an aptitude for technology; you don't need to know how to code, but you must show an appetite to learn and have several years of experience using PCs beyond just the basics. Training will be provided.
- at least one year of experience working with school-aged children
- availability to work afternoon hours (each after school program is approx. 1 hour in length)
- 5 to 10 hours per week
- has access to a vehicle to drive to different schools
- vehicle must be able to safely transport LEGO kits & laptops to and from schools
- outgoing, responsible, creative
- Pursuing or obtained an undergraduate degree in engineering, teaching, or related field is desired.

This position is about making a fundamental difference in the lives of students. The position is paid and performance will dictate well-crafted letters of recommendation.

Pay is $25 to $30/ hr. This is a great opportunity to put a reputable, non-profit organization on your resume.

Deadline: February 28, 2014

• Location: Westchester


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Sage Music seeks qualified violin instructor for work at two school locations: Long Island City, Queens and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

To apply please send us an email with:

1) A cover letter that describes your interest in Sage Music and why you want to be a part of our team, that generally describes your educational background, teaching experience, and any other relevant information.
2) Your resume.

To learn more about Sage Music visit http://www.sagemusic.co

About Us

Sage Music school's unique and innovative curriculum is derived from traditional music school pedagogy combined with tenets from psychology, holistic approaches to health and well-being, and communal creativity. Sage Music focuses on teaching the skills that enable musicians to play with confidence and ease. The school's educational core encompasses proper instrument mechanics, proper body usage (biomechanics and kinesiology), as well as the best methods for learning and practicing.

Sage Music was founded in 2012 by critically acclaimed artist and MTNA nationally- certified teacher of music Jason Sagebiel, The school offers courses in composition, theory, and performance for guitar, piano, voice, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, drums, violin, and cello.

Faculty

Sage Music School has a core faculty of eight instructors that have music performance degrees, music education degrees, and have been trained in founder Jason Sagebiel's unique and progressive approaches to music education.

Students

All ages are welcome! The student body comprises approximately 220 adults and young-adult students.

Classes

Classes are one-on-one and occur weekly, there are also free-of-charge group practice sessions. As a bonus, Sage Music offers free add-on courses, such as a Group Music History and music theory courses.

An ideal environment for learning. . .from Beethoven to Beyonce.

Sage Music school was designed to facilitate learning and inspire creativity. This is why the space is open, bright and modern. There are two acoustically sound-treated and sonically ventilated practice rooms, each equipped with pianos, and a special piano-teaching room with a Steinway. So whether you are practicing the classic Beethoven or something a bit more modern like Beyonce, practicing solo, in a group or practicing an ensemble performance, you have found the right school for you. To learn more, click here.

Location -- We are easy to find!

The school is located at:
44-02 23rd Street, Suite No.414
Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

and

33 Nassau Ave
Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222


Sage Music, Long Island City is easily accessible via the E/F/G/M/N/R/Q/7 trains, the Q39, Q62, Q62, Q66, Q67, Q100, Q101, Q102, Q103, and B62 local buses, and the nearby LIRR at Hunter's Point.

Sage Music Brooklyn is easily accessible by the G and L trains.

If commuting by car, the Sage Music is conveniently located near the Long Island Expressway, Grand Central Parkway, the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Queensboro bridge and Pulaski bridge. Street parking is plentiful.


To learn more about Sage Music visit http://www.sagemusic.co

• Location: Queens


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM


The NYC Charter School Center and the NYC Special Education Collaborative are pleased to announce the 5th annual NYC Charter School Career Fair. Last year's fair hosted over 800 teachers, counselors and related service providers with over 80% of NYC charter schools participating. This year, we are proud to be hosting the fair again at Harlem Children Zone's Harlem campus and are looking forward to an even larger turnout.

As part of our mission to support high-quality special education programs in charter schools, the NYC Special Education Collaborative has designated the first hour of the job fair for Special Education certified teachers and related service providers only. The remaining two hours of the fair will be open for job seekers of all specialties and subject areas to attend. Social workers, counselors and all related service providers are welcome!

The fair will be held on Wednesday, March 12, from 6:00-9:00pm at Harlem Children Zone's Harlem Campus - 35 East 125th St. New York, NY 10035 (A, B, C, D, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 to 125th Street). We encourage you to take public transportation as parking is extremely limited.

If you are a certified teacher or soon will be, register here: http://www.nyccharterschools.org/careerfair

Status: Full-time

• Location: Brooklyn, NYC - All Boroughs


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Tutoring Club is looking for part-time tutors in the following areas:

Math, Bio and Chemistry tutors to teach high school level math, science and SAT Prep (Math Only). Candidates must be proficient in Algebra I/II, Geometry and SAT Prep (Statistics, Pre-Calc, and Calculus a plus) and be able to tutor high school Biology or Chemistry course. Certification is not required, but preferred.

Please email your resume if you are interested in either of these positions. Must be available at least 2-3 afternoons per week. Please include the position you are applying for as the subject.
This is NOT a summer job.

We offer:
- Flexible Hours
- A Warm Friendly Environment
- No Traveling from Student-to-Student

Required:
- Must relate well to students
- Must pass our math proficiency test
- Must live in close proximity to our locations in Ridgefield, CT

This is a great opportunity to earn some extra income while helping students to reach their full potential. Current teachers, retirees, and college students with solid math skills are welcome to apply. LOCAL CANDIDATES ONLY.

Salary/Wage: $17-$20
Status: Part-time

• Location: Westchester, Ridgefield, CT


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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OUR WORLD NEIGHBORHOOD CHARTER SCHOOL
AVAILABLE POSITIONS:
~ELA Teacher MS location
~Administrative Assistant position needed for ES location
~ELA 8th grade for After school program:Monday & Wednesday 3:30pm - 5pm
Must be NYS Cetified

Please forward all cover letters and resume ATTN: Tonia Williams, Director of HR
No phone calls please, Our World Neighborhood Charter is a EOE.

• Location: Queens


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Advanced Teaching Initiative CO in Bayside, Queens is seeking teachers for English and Math test prep program .

Grades:3rd -6th Grade
Hours: March 8th -29th
Every Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm

Minimum Qualifications:
* Education Background, Licensed teachers preferred.
* Must have prior teaching and/or tutoring experience
* Must be familiar with New York State ELA/Math test and CCLS


Compensation: Pay according to experience and qualification

If you are interested in this opportunity, please e-mail a resume, a brief cover letter and expected rate of pay. Interviews are taking place now!

• Location: Queens


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Who we are:
Since 1981, the NIA Community Services Network has provided a myriad of cost-free services to thousands of clients each year in numerous after school programs, tutoring, youth and family counseling services, summer day camp programs, cultural arts and recreation programs, community assistance and referral services, senior support programs, awareness projects, special events, community meetings, and more.

A primary focus of the work we do centers around youth, with an emphasis placed on providing programs that foster positive youth development, teach new skills, and encourage exploration and learning. Visit us at www.niabklyn.org.



Seeking Activity Specialists
The Activity Specialist is responsible for planning and leading structured after-school activities. The Activity Specialist is assisted by a Group Leader at all times. Responsibilities include the facilitation of each activity and the management and maintenance of the classroom. Activity Specialists must have an area of expertise and experience teaching and facilitating group activities. WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING SCIENCE, DANCE, AND CHARACTER EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS.

Pay Rate: Begins at $15 per hour

Shift hours vary depending upon location. All positions require availability Monday through Friday, with hours varying between 2:00pm and 6:00pm, with training and special events outside of those hours.



Requirements for all positions:
-A minimum requirement of a High School Diploma or GED, unless otherwise noted
-Experience in (or proven interest in) the fields of youth development, education, or the arts
-The ability to develop and facilitate, actively assist with, and participate in all activities required for position
-In addition to fluency with the English language, the ability to speak and/or write Cantonese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, or Urdu is a definite plus.
- All after school program staff must be fingerprinted and proven free of any criminal convictions before being hired. A current physical and TB test are also required, as well as a $25 fee for a mandatory background check.
-A minimum requirement of 10 hours of service to the NIA and/or at NIA community events

How to apply:
Please e-mail a résumé and cover letter to: jobs@niabklyn.org. Please put the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your e-mail. Applications submitted without a résumé will not be considered. Only candidates being considered for the position will be contacted. NIA has a two-interview process, and candidates for instructional positions may be required to complete a demonstration lesson before being hired.

NIA complies with all Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations and with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

• Location: Staten Island


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Starting Point Services For Children, is a not for profit educational organization, approved by the New York State Education Department. Our program is for preschool children, between the ages of 3 and 5, who have been identified as having a disability. We are now hiring Special Education Itinerant Teachers (SEIT) and Speech/Language therapists. Full time and part time positions are available. We offer competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Strong computer skills required.

Credentials required for SEIT:
* New York State Certification in Special Education
* Students with Disabilities Birth-2

Credentials required for speech/language therapists:
* NYS Licensed Speech/Language Pathologists
* Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD)
* Teacher of Speech and Hard of Hearing (TSHH)
* CFY


NOW LOOKING TO HIRE-SEND RESUME !

CALL TODAY FOR AN INTERVIEW ********FULL AND PART TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE
SEND RESUMES TO:

resumes@startingkids.com

718-375-8886 FAX

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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Business School located in Midtown Manhattan is looking for Admissions Adviser to enroll candidates into our medical programs.

Requirements:
At least HS/GED
At least 2 years working experience as Admissions Representative/Adviser in a business school

This is a full time position.

Please email your resume to info@newagetraining.com

Please DO NOT submit your resume if you DO NOT have at least 2 years experience as Admissions Rep at a business school.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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* Manual Therapy Center is now hiring Special Education Teachers SEIT & TSHH in All 5 NYC Boroughs.
* More opportunities for Bilingual Spanish, Chinese & Others
*Special Education Certificate Birth-2 is required.

Chinese ( Mandarin , Cantonese & Others) Special Education Teachers SEIT & TSHH in all NYC Five Boroughs.
Urdu, Bengali, Hindi for Pakistani, Indian & Bangladeshi Special Education Teachers SEIT & TSHH in all NYC Five Boroughs.

Great Opportunities, Flexible time & Good pay.

*Full time, Part time and Independent Contractors Positions are available.

*Please Call Phone (718) 680-5679
Fax (718) 680-5640

* email: mtcinfo@mtcnyc.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:07 AM

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At Reade Street Prep, we believe that foreign language immersion is the quickest route to language proficiency and cultural awareness for preschool-age children. We are looking for a full-time Associate Teacher of Spanish Immersion to join our team.

The Associate Teacher of Spanish Immersion will work with the Head Teacher in order to ensure that the academic, linguistic, and social goals of Reade Street Prep's Spanish Immersion program are being met: targeted lesson planning, thoughtful self-reflections, ongoing student progress reports, and regular parent and colleague communication are key responsibilities. The Associate Teacher will also work in coordination with the teachers of the Core English programs, so as to establish a synergetic curriculum that is both appropriate and engaging.

Candidates must possess -- or be in pursuit of -- a Masters Degree in Early Childhood or Childhood Education. Prior experience in Spanish instruction for English speakers is a plus, as the students' language speaking abilities will range. Associate Teachers at Reade Street Prep are expected to care for the daily needs of children 18 months through 5 years old, including bathroom and hygiene routines. Native Spanish speakers only.

If you would like to join Reade Street Prep as the Associate Teacher of Spanish Immersion, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references.

77 Reade Street
New York, New York 10007
www.rsprep.com

• Location: Manhattan

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