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Feb 27, 2014

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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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Summer Faculty
6-week Position
Accepting applications for our Durham and Raleigh locations!

Reports to: Head of School/Summer Director
Accepting Applications until April 30, 2014

Summary Statement:
Summer faculty is responsible for teaching 3 classes in a 4:1 student to teacher ratio. Faculty is required to attend a week of training and to deliver instruction for 5 weeks. All teachers are expected to assess student levels during the beginning of the program and progress monitor skills throughout the program. Formal reporting and conferences with the parents are essential to providing feedback of student progress.

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, compassionate, highly organization, 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 reading or mathematics. Experience/training with Hill programs is ideal.



The 6-week summer 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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Technology Support Specialist
The Hill Center, a K-12 independent school for students with learning differences and a teacher training center in Durham, NC, seeks a full-time Technology Support Specialist. The ideal candidate will have broad technical support knowledge and exemplary customer service skills.

Minimum requirements:

  • Technical problem-solving skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Provide hardware and software support for Microsoft Windows and Apple OS X computers.
  • Printer troubleshooting, installation and support.
  • Network troubleshooting.
  • Deep knowledge of MS Office suite.
  • Experience with operating audio-visual equipment for face-to-face or remote presentations.
  • Experience with computer imaging, deploying computers and creating users in an Active Directory environment.
  • Train computer users.
  • Website content management system experience.
  • Able to lift up to 50 lbs.


Preferred experience:

  • Work in academic environment.
  • iOS devices support.
  • Filemaker database development and support.
  • Instructional technology for K-12 students and adult learners.
  • Video/audio recording and editing using iMovie and Camtasia.
  • Google Drive and Gmail.
  • Microsoft Windows server environment.
  • Cisco network/voice equipment.
  • Basic Web development skills, knowledge of HTML, Dreamweaver, Photoshop.

 

Training/education:

Minimum, Associate’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or related discipline and two years of experience in tech support or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Preferred, Bachelor’s degree and two years of technical support experience in an academic setting.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8-4. Rarely, nights and weekends.

Salary: commensurate with experience.

To apply, email resume and cover letter as attachments to Director of Technology at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Put Technology Support Specialist in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Application deadline: February 3, 2014.

  

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