Library/Media Specialist, Special Needs, Visual/Performing Arts
4 Year Degree
About Stephen Gaynor School:
Stephen Gaynor School is an independent, special education school for bright children with learning differences ages three to fourteen. Founded in 1962, Gaynor provides a rich, rigorous, and nurturing environment in which students gain the skills and confidence necessary to learn, grow, and reach their full potential. What truly distinguishes Gaynor is its individualized curriculum, designed to fit the learning styles of each and every child, paced at his/her level.
Stephen Gaynor School recently expanded to a two-building campus totaling nearly 80,000 square feet. The expansion has allowed the school to grow both academically and in the arts, reaching more children with learning differences.
Gaynor is known for attracting outstanding faculty and practitioners and is a leading special education school in New York City.
We are currently seeking an experienced Full-Time Maternity Leave Music Specialist to join our dynamic faculty, who will be working closely with students ages 8-14.
About the Position:
Be eager to learn, collaborate with colleagues and families, and engage with students
Be able to incorporate diverse music and movement experiences into lessons
Be comfortable working with children ages three-and-half to seven
Salary: commensurate with experience
Timing: Position to start October 23, 2017.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Music or Education
Experience: At least one year of experience working as a teacher with children with learning disabilities is preferred
The Stephen Gaynor School is an independent, nonprofit elementary and middle school for bright students with learning differences. Our school comprises nearly 300 students ages 3 to 14 with a range of learning challenges, from Attention Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to speech, language, and motor delays. In a comfortable, nurturing environment and with an unparalleled level of personal attention f...rom our experienced staff, Gaynor School students break down barriers to learning, build self-esteem, and bridge the gap between their intellect and performance.