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Apr 23, 2014

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Interim Lower School Math Teacher

The Hill Center seeks an interim lower school math teacher from August 8, 2014 through mid-October. Applicants should have a thorough understanding of learning differences and possess a strong foundation in mathematics. Preference will be given to candidates who can effectively differentiate instruction, have previous Hill Center training, and who have experience utilizing instructional technology.

 

Essential Job Functions:
Teach groups of not more than four students following the individual objectives, methods, and techniques designated; Write progress reports; Participate in in-service training programs; Attend faculty meetings as scheduled; Assess student progress through written comments on progress reports; Participate in and/or chair parent conferences; Attend and/or participate in parent meetings as scheduled; Participate in teacher evaluations with supervisors; Supervise students outside of class as scheduled.

 

Minimum Requirements:
A teaching license is required. Candidates must possess the following attributes: passionate about teaching, love of children, highly organized, flexible, teacher-leader. Preference will be given to candidates with: 1) a Master's degree in learning disabilities, 2) certification in learning disabilities, and/or 3) certification in elementary education or mathematics. Experience/training with Hill programs is ideal.

Please forward your cover letter and resume electronically to:

Bryan P. Brander, Ed.D.
Head of School
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Summer Intern
6-week Position
Accepting applications for our Durham and Raleigh locations
Reports to: Head of School/Summer Director

Accepting Applications until May 15, 2014

Summary Statement:
Summer interns are responsible for supporting teachers and the overall programming for students. Interns are required to join the faculty for a week of training prior to the 5-week student program.

Essential Job Functions:
Substitute in classrooms for teachers to teach groups of not more than four students following the individual objectives, methods, and techniques designated by the Center's staff and/or procedures manual; Provide one-on-one or small group academic support to students; Maintain coverage/class support calendar; Participate in in-service training programs; Attend faculty meetings as scheduled; Supervise students outside of class as scheduled (Morning, Break, Parking Lot); Attend the Parent Open House night; Provide weekly support to the Summer Director and Assistant Summer Director, as needed.

Minimum Requirements:
Experience working with students in an educational environment. Preference will be given to candidates enrolled in postsecondary education programs and who have experience working with students with learning differences.

The 6-week summer time commitment is from June 16, 2014 and ends on July 25, 2014 from 8:15 a.m-12:30 p.m. daily.

Please forward your cover letter and resume electronically to:

Bryan P. Brander, Ed.D.
Head of School/Summer Director
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