Indian Creek School is looking for an individual with a background in supporting students with a variety of learning needs, specifically executive functioning weaknesses. The ideal candidate would have a Masters in Special Education, as well as experience with counseling, although not required. This candidate would be teaching students in 7th through 12th grades in our Academic Support Program.
It is our mission to help students achieve their academic goals by encouraging responsibility, empowerment and self-advocacy and to partner with families to provide support for all students in the program with the goal of creating independent and self-aware learners. Academic Support classes are scheduled in place of a general study hall and occur just as frequently as every other academic course. The program offers enhanced academic services for an additional fee. The Academic Support Program emphasizes the development and/or improvement of general organizational skills, planning, prioritizing, task initiation, time management, and includes some assistance with academic content. Students have a scheduled Support class and one-on-one meetings with the Academic Support Instructor.
The ideal candidate would have a Masters in Special Education, as well as experience with counseling, although not required
Additional Salary Information: Salary/Benefits: Competitive salary depending on exact hours, education and experience. Excellent benefit package including life, health and dental coverage. Partial tuition remission for children attending Indian Creek School.
About Indian Creek School
Indian Creek School is an independent coeducational day school offering a broad curriculum in the liberal arts. Founded in 1973, the school enrolls over 550 students in grades PreK3 through twelve from diverse ethnic, racial, religious, and economic backgrounds. Additional information available at www.indiancreekschool.org.