Generation Schools NetworkTM is looking for fantastic, thoughtful, driven, and committed individuals.
Bullying Prevention Implementation Coach — The Implementation Coach (IC) will play a key role in establishing and maintaining focus on the implementation of the Colorado School Bullying Prevention and Education Grant (BPEG) at the following school sites: Manzanola School District, Fowler School District, Trinidad Middle School, and Fischer’s Peak Elementary School. This is largely driven by purposeful weekly school site visits that build the school leader’s capacity to focus on change at the school. Through trusting relationships with school level leadership, the Implementation Coach engages in authentic problem solving while holding school leaders to high levels of accountability. This position must fulfill the duties and have the competencies listed here. Preference given to candidates living in Southeastern Colorado (i.e. Pueblo-Trinidad areas). Colorado Springs and Denver are also options. Qualified candidates should send their resume and cover letter (optional) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Implementation Manager for School Improvement — Two national school improvement non-profits are seeking Louisiana-based expertise to partner with persistently struggling schools engaged in the state’s ESSA support strategy over the next 2-3 years (Contract/Part-time/Full-time). This is both the most challenging and most impactful work done in education today. Desired expertise includes experience in school turnaround in urban and rural schools, particularly around three, core school improvement aims – collaborative leadership, instructional improvement and student engagement. We are looking for people who have strong executive planning, analytic and leadership coaching ability, as well as proven results in helping struggling schools redesign time, talent and resources to better meet student, teacher and community need. Resumes/inquiries should be sent to email@example.com.
Brooklyn Generation School is hiring. Teaching positions available at our small, innovative and nationally recognized school.
BGS serves roughly 100 students per grade with small classes of around 20 students. Grade and content teams work closely together to build vertical and horizontal alignment, with time set aside to meet four periods every week. Teachers are developing common instructional practices and strategies including AVID strategies, to build students’ organizational and study skills, to help them succeed in high school and prepare for college. BGS is a close-knit community of teachers and students beginning its 9th year where there are many opportunities for teachers to lead in various capacities. For more information click here.