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Employment

Carroll School actively seeks employees who are dedicated to supporting the educational needs of children with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.

Carroll School offers a competitive salary and benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer.

Be sure to visit our website at a later date to learn about future opportunities.

Current Employment Opportunities

5th Grade History Teacher

School Overview:

Carroll School is a dynamic independent day school for elementary and middle school students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.

Position Summary:

This position requires a candidate with experience teaching language-learning disabled students and who also has knowledge of the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for a teaching position in Elementary Education with a specialization in history.  

Responsibilities:

  • Teach five 5th grade classes with 7- 8 students each on a daily basis.
  • Formulate lesson plans that meet the curriculum guidelines
  • Work with Lower School curricular team to integrate grade-level curriculum
  • Supply to school administrators: quarterly grade reports and current student progress summaries as requested
  • Participate in school sponsored professional development and meet the requirement of Orton-Gillingham training
  • May assist in after-school program activities
  • Perform duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Massachusetts licensure by the DOE required
  • Master’s Degree preferred
  • A strong history content background and knowledge of Massachusetts History Curriculum Frameworks required
  • Minimum of 3 years teaching experience, history experience preferable.
  • Have the ability to teach using multisensory education methods

 Carroll School offers a competitive salary and benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer.

5th Grade Math Teacher

School Overview:

Carroll School is a dynamic independent day school for elementary and middle school students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.

Position Summary:

This position requires a candidate with experience teaching language-based learning disabled students, who also has a strong math content background and knowledge of the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for a teaching position. This instructor oversees the math instruction for grade 5 and works closely with the Carroll Math Department Head.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach five classes each day consisting of 4-6 students in each class
  • Formulate lesson plans that meet the curriculum guidelines
  • Work with Lower School curricular team to implement the math curriculum
  • Meet individually with students needing extra help
  • Serve as advisor for up to 8 students
  • Meet with advisors and/or parents of students as needed
  • Supply to school administrators: grades, written comments, interim progress reports       
  • Participate in school sponsored professional development
  • Assist in grade-level program activities
  • Perform other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required and Massachusetts licensure in Elementary Education by the DESE required; Master’s Degree preferred
  • Have the ability teach using multi-sensory education methods

Carroll School offers a competitive salary & benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Director of Admission, Financial Aid & School Placement (Beginning July 1, 2015)

School Overview:

The Carroll School is a dynamic independent day school for elementary and middle school students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.


Position Summary:

The Director of Admission, Financial Aid & Placement is responsible for all aspects of recruitment and enrollment efforts as well as for administration of the school’s financial aid program and secondary school placement team. The Director must have equal parts strategic focus and operational acumen and should enjoy working with the families of lower and middle school students with language based learning disabilities (LBLD). Reporting to the Head of School, the Director serves as a member of the Senior Administrative Team and works closely with the Board of Trustees and the school’s Marketing & Communications Director. The Director is attentive to the school’s public presence in all its manifestations, and is responsible, in collaboration with the Director of Marketing and Communications, for both web-based and printed admissions and financial aid materials.

The Director plays a vital role in the Carroll School community, providing leadership and setting the school’s enrollment strategies and goals.  In order to ensure that the office achieves its goals, the Director takes initiative to conduct research and stay abreast of best practices within the admission and LBLD fields.


Responsibilities:

  • Provides leadership in enrollment management (which includes marketing, recruitment, and admission) and oversees the processes of attracting, selecting, enrolling, and retaining students.
  • Sets annual admission goals in accordance with the school’s mission to promote economic, racial, and ethnic diversity in the student body and based on the school’s overarching goals for enrollment.
  • Manages new student enrollment and assists with the re-enrollment of current students in close connection with the Assistant Head of School and Business Office.
  • Oversees the School’s financial aid program and budget in conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer.
  • Maintains statistical and trend data related to admission, enrollment and financial aid.
  • Understands and informs school leadership about current research, demographics, and admission and enrollment trends, ensuring that changes and challenges are anticipated, understood, and addressed.
  • Interprets neuropsychological and psycho-educational evaluations to evaluate applicant’s readiness for admission
  • Employs relevant technology in a rapidly changing environment
  • Maintains and encourages relationships with feeder schools, counselors, and consultants.
  • Oversees all off- and on-campus recruitment events, including visitation programs.
  • Oversees the management of all admission publications and materials.
  • Participates as an active member of the Head of School’s senior administrative team.
  • Maintains and enhances the School’s good standing in relevant professional organizations.
  • Oversees and supports the work of the “next school” placement team
  • Extends himself/herself beyond the responsibilities of a job description and assists the Head of School with all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in a related field (psychology, education, business) preferred;
  • Strong commitment to LBLD education and a particular enthusiasm for the distinctive culture of the Carroll School;
  • Minimum of  five years’ experience leading Admission and financial aid for an independent school;
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills;
  • Superior interpersonal, organizational and managerial skills;
  • Comfort with the technologies that support student record management, analytical reporting, and social media;  
  • High energy, flexibility, warmth and sense of humor

The Carroll School offers a competitive salary & benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. The Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks candidates who represent diversity.

Lower School Counselor -Temporary through June 2015

School Overview

Carroll School is a dynamic independent day school for elementary and middle school students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.

Position Summary:         

This position is a member of a the Carroll School Counseling Team, providing direct services to students, plus consultation to parents and teachers regarding social, emotional, organizational, health and/or family related concerns.

Responsibilities:

·     Provide brief individual counseling and crisis intervention services for students in grades 1-5 identified by teachers as having adjustment issues.

·     Lead social skills and friendship groups for students in elementary and middle school.

·     Able to function as an integral participant in teaching teams and provide consultation to faculty and staff around social-emotional components of language-based learning difficulties as necessary.

·     Work with speech and language department to coordinate efforts for the students.

·     May attend parent conferences or IEP meetings as needed.

·     Lead community building classes grades 1-4.

·     Support and implement Responsive Classroom approach.

Qualifications

·     Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work.

·     Experienced LICSW or LICSW eligible strongly preferred.

·     Experience in school environment preferred.

·     Good capacity to relate to students and parents required.  

Carroll School offers a competitive salary and benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer.