The Hudson School seeks a Learning Specialist and Middle School Counselor who has experience managing Individualized Service Plans. In addition to counseling grades 5-8 and working with all students with special learning needs, the individual organizes and sponsors student activities, supervises middle school student government and community service, teaches Girls’ Health and a Study Skills class.
Candidate should have experience managing Individualized Service Plans and have superior communication skills.
This is a full time position with benefits starting immediately.
Qualified candidates should send cover letter, resume, educational statement and references to Holly Walker, Assistant Head of School for Administration
Non-Discrimination Statement The Hudson School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and other school-administered programs.
Bachelor’s, 1 year experience managing ISPs/IEPs
Preferred: Advanced degree in education or counseling
Notes: THS will not consider any applicants who do not have experience managing ISPs/IEPs.
Additional Salary Information: No relocation costs covered.
About The Hudson School
Founded in 1978, The Hudson School in Hoboken NJ provides intellectually inquisitive students in grades 5-12 with a rigorous and relevant college-preparatory education
that inspires independent thinking and intellectual risk-taking. Our goal is to develop compassionate, responsible, principled citizens, who are socially conscious and committed to lifelong learning and service. The school fosters an eclectic and supportive
environment that challenges students and faculty to develop their passions and talents through a stimulating, balanced and creative interdisciplinary curriculum.
Since our inception, we have been committed to a need-blind admission policy. The Hudson School accepts students from diverse economic and ethnic backgrounds based on their academic promise and intellectual curiosity, rather than their financial ability. We began with 18 middle school students in 1978 (of whom 12 received scholarships through the generosity of the Geraldine Dodge Foundation) and now include 190 students in grades 5 – 12. We continue to admit every qualified student for whom we have room and do whatever we can to help that child’s family meet the costs of sending their child to our school.