Instructional Assistant (full-time during academic year)
This position provides an opportunity to work with experienced, exemplary teachers in a multi-age, project based, and literacy focused environment. The instructional assistant will have experiences and responsibilities with reader's workshop, writer's workshop, various math programs, small group interventions, and project based curriculum. Some available roles are regular classroom assistants, inclusion support, and Title I positions focused on interventions for literacy and math. The Instructional Assistant will serve in supervision, instructional support, and some clerical roles. In addition, the Instructional Assistant will help with some sanitization tasks.
Experience with and/or a commitment to:
a collaborative culture
a strong inclusive model
a multi-age classroom
continuous personal and professional growth
a strong work ethic
creativity and innovation in education
social justice and equity
innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum development and instruction
working with integrity and with moral and ethical purpose
infusion of the arts
working from an assets-based view of children, families, and communities
The hours required for this position:
Monday-Friday of the academic year, 7:45a - 3:45p
A teaching license is preferred for this position. At least two years of college credit is required.
Compensation is $10/hour. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits after 90 days of successful employment.
All on-site staff and students wear masks and work to maintain physical distance. We have detailed plans in place you can view in our Family Handbook.
How to Apply
Before submitting any materials for a specific position, please complete the required job application below. Upon completion of the application, you will then be prompted to submit a cover letter and any additional supporting materials to our employment administrator. All materials must be submitted electronically. Applications will be considered as they are submitted. Positions will be filled as soon as possible with outstanding applicants. Please contact our employment administrator with any questions you may have.
The Project School prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Project School also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to the facilities.