Please see below for our current open positions.
(Part-time: 20 hours per week)
Seeking a part-time, fully licensed (LMHC, LICSW, LMFT) clinician to work in collaboration with
current part time school counselor to provide ongoing social and emotional support for
students individually and on an as needed basis. The part time clinician will also work with the
teachers within the School One Community to provide education and support regarding
student's needs for academic and social/emotional success. This new position is an indication of
School One's commitment to ongoing growth in fulfilling our Mission Statement.
Major responsibilities of the School Counselor include:
Provide on-going, as-needed support to individual students
Provide crisis de-escalation skills as needed for ongoing support to students
Oversee the school’s advising program and provide consultation to advisors on students’
Serve as a member of the Special Education Team through involvement in the IEP
process, providing services to students, and collaborating with other members of the
Special Education Team.
Attend adjunct and staff meetings to provide consultation for students’ needs
Work in collaboration with admissions to provide consultation on prospective students
mental health needs to determine appropriate fit for school
Work with school leaders to develop and implement programs to promote a respectful,
engaging, safe school culture including involvement with School One’s disciplinary
processes and safety planning.
Assist with developing programs to promote students’, staff and parents’ understanding
of adolescents needs and development
Please apply via email with a letter of interest and a resume to email@example.com
At School One, we believe that our staff should reflect the diverse community of students we
serve. We encourage applicants from groups that have historically been underrepresented in
the workplace, and we continuously strive to create an inclusive community for all. School One
is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex,
religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, color, disability or
Math Teacher and Math and Science Coordinator
Full-time - 5 days per week/10 months per year
School One is a college preparatory high school in Providence serving 100 students with a strong focus on
the arts and creativity.
At School One, we teach students to think, write, analyze, and create. As a community, we treat each
other with care and respect. We appreciate each other’s differences as people and as learners. (Mission
Guide up to ten advisees.
Serve as the main communication link between the school and home and between the
students and/or parents and teachers, department coordinators and administrators.
Run weekly advising periods and Evaluation Week meetings with advisees.
Monitor student attendance, contracts, folders, graduation requirements and progress
Assist advisees in formulating post-secondary plans and help them apply to college or
Teach three classes per trimester with a maximum class size of 15.
The ideal candidate will have comfort teaching from pre-algebra through calculus.
Oversee a low-impact physical education or health class once per week and run one
student Committee once per week, or the equivalents.
Communicate regularly and pro-actively with advisors, the Academic Support
Coordinator, and the Counselor through notes and weekly forms.
Craft timely and carefully-written evaluations and course descriptions.
Math/Science Department Coordination
Recruit and supervise adjunct faculty in math and science
Administer and correct the math competency exam, maintaining regular
communication about results with staff and students.
Ensure that the math competency exam is a high-quality assessment of crucial skills for
Assess student placement and progress in math and science courses, including
assessment of math placement tests for School One applicants.
Design and staff math-science course offerings each trimester to meet the needs of the
Recruit, orient and supervise adjunct faculty in math/science.
Provide annual input to the Assistant Head of School on the strengths and professional
development needs of the full-time math and science teachers for the Assistant Head to
utilize in the full-time employees’ performance appraisals.
Assess materials/equipment needs of the math/science departments and make
appropriate purchases with the departmental budgets.
Ensure the safety of math/science classes, especially regarding chemical safety and
appropriate lab procedures.
Service to the School Community
Responsible for serving on at least one school committee or organizing a major
Responsible for professional conduct per the guidance in the Staff Handbook and
Responsible for helping to organize events that enhance the students’ experience such
as performances and exhibitions, prom, R-Days, trips and other school events.
Responsible for attendance at and participation in school events including Parents’
Nights, the Fall Festival, staff meetings, Prom, the Art Show, graduation, and a
reasonable number of other school events and activities.
Responsible for taking an active role in continually improving one’s own practice.
Responsible for participating in the staff goal-setting and self-evaluation process in a
timely and productive way.
Other duties may be assigned by the Head of School and Assistant Head of School from time to time.
Please reply with a resume and statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
At School One, we believe that our staff should reflect the diverse community of students we serve. We
encourage applicants from groups that have historically been underrepresented in the workplace, and
continuously strive to create an inclusive community for all. School One is an equal opportunity
employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender
identity or expression, national origin, color, disability, or veteran status.
"I look forward to coming to School One every day because I know there will be humor, intellectual stimulation, high spirits and visible academic and social progress in a population that's diverse in every possible way.”
— Cary Honig, Assistant Head of School