Massachusetts Private School Jobs

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Infant/Toddler Teacher
Adventure Kids, Inc. dba Northwest Child Development Center - Leominster - MA
Posted on Fri., July 03, 2015
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $10.00 to $12.50 per hour depending on experience and education (40 hrs per week)
Education requirements: BA preferred; must be DEEC Certified; current First Aid/CPR/AED certifications.
Starting date: Mon., August 17, 2015
Contact: Vicki Rhoades; 978-534-5163; vicki@northwestchilddevelopment.com

Ability to work as a member of a team to provide child care and education for children from 2 weeks to 2.9 years of age. Familiarity with Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment and curriculum tool.

Preschool Teacher
Adventure Kids, Inc. dba Northwest Child Development Center - Leominster - MA
Posted on Fri., July 03, 2015
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 10.00 to 12.50 (negotiable) / 40 hours per week
Education requirements: BA preferred; must be DEEC Certified; current First Aid/CPR/AED certifications.
Starting date: Mon., August 17, 2015
Contact: Vicki Rhoades; 978-534-5163; vicki@northwestchilddevelopment.com

Provide professional and compassionate child care in a confidential manner in a method that incorporates the developmental and culturally sensitive philosophy of the agency o ensure the very highest quality of care and education for children and families.

Grade 4 Teacher
Espirito Santo Parochial School - Fall River - MA
Posted on Thu., March 05, 2015
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: dependent on experience
Education requirements: BS Education
Starting date: Mon., August 24, 2015
Contact: Mrs. Heidi Kuliga; 5086722229; hkuliga@es.dfrcs.org

This is a self-contained classroom in which the teacher would be responsible for all subjects.

Head of School at Lander-Grinspoon Academy
Lander-Grinspoon Academy  - Northampton - MA
Posted on Thu., January 08, 2015
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: Commensurate with Experience
Education requirements: BA
Contact: LGA@drgnyc.com

BACKGROUND Founded in 1996, Lander-Grinspoon Academy (LGA) is a vibrant K-6 Jewish day school located in Northampton, MA. The school offers rigorous academics, second language learning and a social justice mission informed by Jewish cultural values and serves a progressive, diverse and educationally-oriented community. The area is rich in cultural offerings and in opportunities for enjoying the outdoors. Position LGA seeks a Head of School to expand and guide the organization towards better meeting changing community needs. Charged with ensuring continued operational and financial excellence, the Head of School will work closely with a talented and committed professional staff and Board central to the school’s success to date. The Head of School will build and lead relationships with funders, donors and communal partner. RESPONSIBILITIES Education Leadership and Executive Management • Provide inspirational educational and operational leadership to the staff, Board and the community. • Supervise and provide support to the school Principal. • Articulate and implement a shared vision of the unique mission of LGA and its potential impact in the Jewish community and the community at-large. • Serve as the chief professional for the school community and leader responsible for supervision of the professional staff, administration, planning, program development and evaluation, community relations, fundraising, finance and marketing. Fundraising • In concert with the Board and Development Associate develop and manage a portfolio of major donors and lead campaign efforts including events, appeals, individual donor cultivation and solicitation and planned giving in support of the operating budget. • Provide strategic direction for special projects, including a campaign focused on the “21st century classroom.” • Research foundation, corporate and community prospects, and other local and national funding opportunities to increase and diversify the school’s funding sources. Finance, Administration, Operations • Overall responsibility for fiscal management for the organization. In conjunction with the senior management team and lay leadership, regularly evaluate the management and status of the agency’s financial resources and procedures. • Ensure that there is regular reporting to and collaboration with the Board Treasurer and its appropriate committees on financial issues. • Direct the Board and staff processes for developing the agency’s annual budget. • Work closely with the Business Manager and School Administrator to create and refine office systems that support day-to-day business operations. Community Relations • Actively represent LGA throughout the local Jewish community, the community at large, with private and public funders as well as national Jewish organizations. • Work with local media and engage in social media to further promote LGA. • Effectively manage complex decision-making in consultation with Board leadership and senior staff, and facilitate excellent communication with the Board, staff, members, community and media. • Develop relationships with the Pioneer Valley, its socially progressive and vibrant community members. • Serve as a voice in the community to encourage and foster relationships with prospective families and students. Board Relations • Provide professional direction to the Board Chair, the Board and its committees. • Work with the Board President to set objectives for the Board and its committees; plan Board and Executive Committee meetings and agendas. • Partner effectively with the Board and its committees to maximize their efforts. QUALIFICATIONS • A skilled communicator who is able to articulate an inspiring educational and organizational vision. • Strong leadership skills including the ability to be pro-active and employ strategic and critical thinking skills. • Years of practical experience and management skills in the nonprofit and/or education sector with a record of achievement in leadership, development and administration. • Excellent interpersonal, political and diplomatic leadership, management style, and skills conducive to fostering collaboration and a team approach. • Willingness to invest the time required to steward relationships and be visible throughout the community. • Commitment to enhancing Jewish life, learning and culture. Pluralistic view and comfort with all streams of Judaism. For a full position description please refer to http://www.drgnyc.com/searchmaster.cfm?jobID=450

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