Special Education Interventionist
Paraprofessionals in our elementary and middle school classrooms work alongside a Homeroom Teacher and Associate/ Co-teachers. Paraprofessionals do not require a full year of classroom experience. Typically, Paraprofessionals either are seeking certification or coming directly out of an undergraduate education program. This position can start immediately and it may lead to full-time, continued employment with a pathway to teacher licensure for the 2019-2020 school year and beyond.
An undergraduate degree (any major)
Authorized to work in the US
Classroom Duties include by are not limited to the following:
Support small group lessons in English Language Arts and Mathematics
Internalize, rehearse, and support lessons across subjects
Support classroom instruction and management across subjects
Supervise school-wide procedures such as bathrooms, snack, and lunch
Provide consistent rewards and consequences for behavior
Implement school-wide systems for academics and behavior
Engage families through phone calls, home visits, bus rides, and notes
Engage in an ongoing cycle of assessment, analysis and action
Participate in a rigorous on-boarding process and ongoing professional development before, during, and after school hours.
We offer a generous compensation package that surpasses our local district and equip staff with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated workspace, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and necessary classroom supplies. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or disability.
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Please fill out the application below. After submission, please email a cover letter and resume to careers@NashvilleClassical.org.
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