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You’re on your own! EDUCATION SOFTWARE
AMBASSADOR/SALES DEVELOPMENT REP. WANTED MySchoolWorx, has an
opportunity available for an Education Software Ambassador/Sales
Development Representative. As the initial ambassador of
MySchoolWorx, you would prepare, launch, manage and track lead gen
campaigns, assisting schools by discovering their needs and facilitate
communications between them and our telesales team for delivering
solutions. This is a full-time, remote position
that allows you to combine your electronic communication skills and
entrepreneurial spirit to earn an attractive income while working
flexible hours. MySchoolWorx provides product training and strong,
ongoing team support that allows you to be in business for yourself,
but not by yourself. Requirements: • A desire to help educators, teachers,
parents and students succeed; • Excellent written and verbal
communication skills; • Computer savvy and proficient in
Microsoft Excel, previous experience with email tools and online
research; • A
working knowledge and understanding of software as a service.
LICENSING INSTRUCTOR NEEDED We are looking for an instructor to teach
classes in Chicago area for public adjusting licensing in Illinois.
Knowledge or experience in underwriting and public adjusting is
Curriculum and material is a plus. Classes would be 4 days a week, once
or twice a month at $700.00 to $1000.00
per day, based on an individual's experience and the materials he or
she has that could be utilized for the class.
Lucas 8320 N.85th Ct. Hickory Hills, IL. 60457 cell
AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY
PROGRAM TEACHER WANTED The mission of Family Network, a Family
Focus Center, is to promote the well being of children from birth
by supporting and strengthening their families in and with their
communities. The After School Activity Program (ASAP), in partnership
with North Shore School District 112, provides programming for Highland
Park/Highwood children in afternoon kindergarten through fifth grade.
ASAP Teacher: The ASAP
teacher is responsible for planning and implementing enrichment
activities, assisting with homework
and for providing a nurturing environment for the children. This
position is 15-18 hours per week, 3-6pm on school days during the
regular school year. The ASAP teacher reports to the Site Coordinator
as well as to the ASAP Director.
Required Skills: • Dedication to enhancing each child's
physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development; •
Creativity, flexibility, understanding and patience; • An understanding
of school-age children, including their developmental characteristics;
• Sensitivity to children's socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and
religious backgrounds; •Willingness to learn about and to work with
children’s special needs and capabilities; • Use of positive discipline
and guidance techniques; • Ability to provide an environment in which
children feel a sense of belonging; • Commitment to the principles of
family support and strength-based practice. Required Qualifications: • Availability during all ASAP hours
including occasional full days and early dismissal days; • College level courses related to
after-school, school-age child care, child development, elementary
education, special education or other related fields; • Experience working with school-age
children in an educational or recreational setting; • Must live within a 10 mile radius of
Highland Park; • Ability to
speak Spanish preferred.
For a list ot the duties and responsibilities
along with the compensation offered, contact Bobbie Hinden, ASAP Director, Family Network
847-433-0377 ext. 303
POSITION AVAILABLE ON
LITTLE CORN ISLAND IN NICARAGUA We are looking for a volunteer teacher
to give class to our two children 9 and 11 years old. We have been working with volunteer
teachers for four years already, we normally look for teacher for two months
period in exchange of accommodation
and the meals at Derek's
Place on Little Corn Island off the eastern coast of mainland
Nicaragua. At this
moment we are looking for a teacher for six months, and we willing to pay at the end of the six months
$2000, also we'll provide the
accommodation and the meals. The classes are just for two kids, from
Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 1:30pm,
the subjects of maths, science, history, geography, language. Pleasant tropical climate!
Please see the 'ABOUT FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT'
section at the bottom of this page.
PART TIME GED TUTORING
POSITION AVAILABLE ASN
Preparatory Institute, a new GED program located in Northeastern
Illinois University’s Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies, has a
part-time paid opportunity for tutoring at high school subject
level. Students are GED tested in Language Arts, Social Studies,
Science and Mathematics. The tutor should be proficient in all
subjects with Math as the highest skill level, as this is the greater
student skill deficiency. For more information, or to be
considered for this position, contact the program’s Director by
telephone or by emailed resume submission.
PRINCIPAL WANTED Thresholds
is hiring a Principal for a small school serving secondary education
(75)- required, Type (9) or Type (10)- preferred, Experience with
students with mental illness preferred.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT
DePAUL UNIVERSITY Part-Time
The Part-Time Clinician in the Center for Students
with Disabilities (CSD) will work as a learning specialist with a
minimum of 14 to 20 hours per week. This position will work
one-to-one with DePaul students who have disabilities. CSD
Clinicians will work with undergraduate and graduate students in all
the Schools/Colleges throughout the University. CSD is one unified
department with offices located on the Lincoln Park and downtown Loop
campuses. This position will be in the Loop campus office
Monday through Friday with possible evening hours depending on student
schedules. This position may relocate to the Lincoln Park office based
on student and department needs in the possible future. This is a
part-time, 10-month position. Clinicians work during academic
terms only, Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters. Clinicians will
have winter and spring breaks on the same schedule as the
students. (Refer to job
number 17827.) To apply and view the full job
description please go to: https://hr.depaul.edu/careers/Jobs/index.html
and select "Employment" at the top of the page to submit your cover
letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.
Please reference job the number given above. DePaul University is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
DePaul University Human Resources Department 14 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
J. STERLING MORTON H.S.
DISTRICT 201 J.
Sterling Morton High School District 201 has the following PAID
opportunity available. We are interested in attracting applicants
with previous teaching experience. In the past, we have noticed
that retired teachers have been the most successful in this
position. Below you will find a job description and application
instructions. Please post this job in the Help Wanted section of
Academic Instructor - English/Reading/Math QUALIFICATIONS: Certified
teacher preferred with Illinois type 09 teaching certificate endorsed
in English/reading or mathematics REPORTS TO: Assistant
Principal of Instruction JOB GOAL: To provide
students with the additional support they need to be successful in the
areas of reading and mathematics. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. During the students' half-hour
supervisory (opposite their lunch), instruct students on their area(s)
of need in English/reading and mathematics based on assessment data. 2. Maintain daily, weekly, and
quarterly time and effort logs to show student needs, progress, and
recommendations for improvement. 3. Coordinate student assistance and
collaborate with classroom teachers, counselors, and administrators. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:Work Monday through Friday on full and
late-start days (not half- or full-day institutes, final exams, or
state testing days) for 3.5 hours per day, not to exceed 500 hours for
the school year. On regular days, time is 10:10 am to 1:35 pm,
and on late start days, time is 10:30 am to 1:55 pm. RATE OF PAY:
HR Coordinator J S Morton High School District 201 5041 W 31st Street Cicero, IL 60804 708-780-2800
SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR THE
GIFTED INSTRUCTOR OPENINGS
Institute for the Gifted (SIG), located
on the University of Chicago campus, is looking for instructors for
their program. SIG is looking for
qualified teachers to teach at our residential summer program and
college prep program, both located on the UChicago campus. The two
programs run from July 28th-August 17th. Subject areas include Science,
Math, Technology, Humanities, V/P Arts, Recreation, College Prep, and
Multidisciplinary. Pre and Post work are required, in addition to Staff
Orientation. Students will be ages 9 -18 and must qualify for our
program. Instructors are compensated
per courses taught and completed level of education. The instructor
position is a non residential position, so we are looking for local
candidates who can commute to the program daily. The mission of SIG is to
provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities for
academically gifted and talented students through programs designed to
meet their abilities and needs. The pre and post camp responsibilities
are related to course planning and student evaluations. To be considered for an
Instructor position, qualifications must include: * A minimum of a Bachelor's degree
(Master's degree or equivalent preferred); * Teaching experience (with gifted students
Specialized area of knowledge or study in line with the course; * Leadership or supervisory experience
within an educational institution; * Demonstrates experience with and
knowledge of the academic, social, and emotional needs of gifted
students For more information on
Summer Institute for the Gifted and to apply to the Instructor
positions, please visit http://www.giftedstudy.org/employment/ or
email firstname.lastname@example.org. About the Summer Institute for the
Gifted:SIG began in 1984
and has expanded over the past 28 summers to include 14 residential
sessions in 9 states and over 15 day, after school, online, and
Saturday programs. In 2012, they served close to 2,500 academically
gifted students in Kindergarten through 11th grade. SIG is a program of the National
Society for the Gifted and Talented, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Kennedy, Staffing Supervisor Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG),
National Society for the Gifted
and Talented (NSGT) River Plaza, 9 West Broad Street Stamford, CT 06902 Toll Free: (866) 303-4744 ext.
5032 Fax: (203) 399-5263 Email: email@example.com Web: www.giftedstudy.org or www.nsgt.org
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