June 2, 2020
Please contact Kelli Logan at [email protected] No phone calls, please.
Graland Country Day School seeks an intelligent, energetic, flexible and dedicated educator to join our ECLC team. This full time educator will create a positive, nurturing, and developmentally age appropriate classroom to ensure the safety and well-being of young children.
Reports to Associate Head of Lower School and Director of ECLC
10. Must meet appropriate Early Childhood Teacher requirements/qualifications
and provide all documentation as required by the State of Colorado's Department
of Human Services upon hire.
*Preferred Bachelor in Early Childhood Education
*Minimum AA in Early Childhood Education or an AA in another field with 24 CE credits required.
*Minimum of 2 years training and/or experience working in a professional setting with children ages 1-4.
*Possession of current certifications in CPR, First Aid, and Universal Precautions.
*Satisfactory criminal background checks including: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, TRAILS/Central Registry criminal record review.
*Complete fifteen (15) hours training annually.
*Provide all documentation as required by the State of Colorado Child Care Licensing Division upon hire.
Material and Equipment Used:
*Knowledge of modern office procedures, methods and general office equipment (computer, copier, fax, phone, etc.) Proficiency with applicable computer software applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).
*Multiple manuals such as Colorado Health Department Guidelines, Graland Employee Manual, General Rules and Regulations for Child Care Services and the Colorado Department of Human Services Division of Childcare Rules and Regulations.
70% of work is performed indoors with normal office noise and frequent interruptions. 30% of work is performed outdoors. When working outdoors, possible exposure to extreme temperatures, sun, rain, snow, wind, humid or icy conditions and frequent exposure to grasses, molds, fertilizers, dust and pesticides.
Requires the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with both children and adults. Must have ability to visually and audibly supervise children in a variety of situations. Requires the ability to stand for various periods of time (15 - 30 minutes), bend or kneel to communicate with children, engage in activities with children, and distribute supplies or materials. The ability to talk and hear via the telephone and through face-to-face communication is necessary. Must be able to push, pull or balance. Upper body strength is a requisite to lift/move a maximum of 30 pounds unassisted, and lift/move a maximum of 100 pounds with assistance. Vision requirements include: near acuity, far acuity, depth perception and color vision. Requires sense of smell and touch.
This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive duties of the position. Incumbents may be required to follow any other instructions, and to perform any other related duties, as may be required.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with education and experience. Graland provides an excellent compensation package of benefits. Professional development, including pursuit of advanced degrees, is strongly supported.
The CRMS Teaching Fellow Program offers the opportunity to become fully immersed in the three integral parts of our program:
ACTIVE: Involvement in our five-day a week Active program including:
RESIDENTIAL: Living and working in a residential dormitory, with ongoing training in residential education. Fellows also serve on a weekend duty team nine weekends per year, facilitate a weekly restriction service crew and participate in evening dorm duties averaging two to three nights a week. Teaching Fellows also assist with several Weekend Rendezvous, which provide overnight weekend adventures for our residential students.
TEACHING: Diverse experiential teaching opportunities through the Active and Residential programs as well as self-motivated classroom observation and participation in coordination with CRMS faculty member in a specific subject area
(History, Math, Modern Languages, Science, Art, Technology, College Counseling). Teaching Fellows will also be called upon to be substitute teachers, collaborate with Learning Center and to cover study halls when necessary.
If interested, please send a cover letter, resume and CRMS Application (https://www.crms.org/uploaded-files/about/CRMS_EmploymentApplication.pdf) to:
For more information, please contact the school at 970-963-2562. Position open until filled.
About The Logan School
The Logan school enrolls approximately 250 students ages 4.5-14. The school’s mission is to cultivate the curiositie of gifted children. The educational philosophy entails an individual curriculum for each student, emphasizes hands-on learning, service learning and environmental education. Please visit our website at www.theloganschool.org for more information.
About the Position
The associate teacher will work with the lead teacher in a mixed-age middle school level classroom to provide an individualized educational experience. This position begins August 1, 2020
Associate Teacher is a salaried, exempt 1.0 FTE position
Direct Supervisor: Lead teacher
Assist lead teacher as directed, working in a complimentary manner that enhances classroom atmosphere
Work one-on-one with students as directed by the teacher
Lead small groups as directed
Accompanies and helps supervise class on day and overnight field trips
Help maintain classroom and equipment
Perform lunchroom, playground, and student supervision duties
Assist with paperwork, as directed by teacher
Participate in conferences and meetings as requested
Maintain positive and professional relationship with families
Manage classroom in teacher’s absence
Establish a website login and become familiar with the documents in the staff resources section of the Logan website, particularly the personnel policies as these apply to all Logan staff.
Attend mandatory trainings, such as those for child safety, universal precautions, etc.
Attend all-staff meetings and staff retreat
Attend pre-service and other professional days
Support the leadership of the school.
Perform miscellaneous other duties, as assigned by the Dean and/or Head of School
Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail
Minimum two years classroom teaching experience
Ability to pass a background check and drug screening
Valid Colorado drivers license
Salary is $30,000 (non-negotiable) and benefits offered include employer-paid health insurance, paid time off, TIAA-CREF retirement plan matching contributions and a flexible benefits program. Contact the Business Office for a full benefits description and eligibility requirements.
Application Procedures: To apply, send résumé, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy, and references to Markus Hunt, Head of School at [email protected]. NO CALLS PLEASE.Equal Opportunity Employer: The Logan School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against otherwise qualified applicants on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin, disability or handicap, or veteran status.
Colorado Rocky Mountain School is seeking an experienced upper-school mathematics teacher for the fall of 2020. Applicants should have teaching experience and, at minimum, a college degree in a math-related field. CRMS faculty employ a student-centered approach to teaching, meeting individual student’s needs in developing an academically vibrant and skilled level of scholarship. All faculty also participate in our active program and must demonstrate proficiencies related to our outdoor curriculum and/or sports programs. Applicants should be eager to contribute to our residential and advisory programs and are expected to act effectively within a diverse cultural and social framework.
Specific Responsibilities Include:
Teach three to four academic courses
Support boarding students as a dorm parent in the evening and weekend residential program
Mentor a group of students as an advisor
Instruct active program curriculum including trips and mountain sports
Communicate effectively with students, parents and colleagues
Foster diversity, inclusion, and social justice to promote a healthy learning environment
Take on other duties as needed
Execute all duties in a timely and professional manner
Bachelor’s Degree in related field; advanced degree and/or teaching credential preferred
Experience teaching Algebra 1 and/or Geometry (one-year minimum)
Ability to teach diverse mathematics offerings preferred
Demonstrated experience and skill in the effective use of technology and integrating technological applications in the classroom
Proficiencies related to our outdoor and/or mountain sports curricula (previous institutional experience preferred)
Must have or be willing to obtain Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder and CPR certifications
Ability to effectively engage as a dorm parent and advisor
CRMS is a college-preparatory independent boarding school located thirty miles from Aspen in the mountains of western Colorado. Our programs focus on education through meaningful work, wilderness experience, community service and a rigorous academic setting.