Building Responsible Intelligent Creative Kids (BRICK) aims to place all children on a positive life trajectory by providing our students with the academic and character skills they need to be college-ready, and by addressing the elements of adversity that impede their academic success so that they can all become successful adults.
To learn more about BRICK, please visit http://www.bricknewark.org
Here is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting entrepreneurial organization that focuses on turning around chronically failing schools and starting high performing schools. We are looking for an individual who will help build an organization from the ground up. If you are interested in being part of success at a greater scale and looking to invest in a theory of change that actually works – then this is your organization.
The Interventionist is a an experienced teacher with 5+ years experience advancing student learning and closing the achievement gap. There will be one interventionist for Math and one for Literacy.
The interventionist is responsible for demonstrating significant and measurable academic gains for all students assigned to their case load. The case load will include Special Education scholars with Individualized Education Plans and non-classified scholars that need academic and behavioral support to reach their goals. The interventionist will work collaboratively with teachers and school leadership to develop student individualized goals and intervention plans.
Employee performance will be evaluated through periodic teacher observations and measurement of student achievement gains.
- Implement the interventions and accommodations outlined in IEPs for classified students and monitor progress toward individual goals
- Daily pull out of general education scholars that need intense remediation or foundational skill development to assist them in succeeding in the literacy or mathematics classroom
- Daily push in to classrooms to support scholars that need additional support
- Teach remedial groups as needed
- Frequent data input and analysis to measure student’s progress towards their individual goals
- Ongoing communication with paraprofessionals and classroom teachers to ensure scholars on case load receive the appropriate interventions and differentiated supports
- Participate in IEP or BRtS meetings, when appropriate
- Must be knowledgeable about current research and practices associated with: effective instructional strategies for increasing reading/language arts and mathematics competency in students who are below grade level
- Must have at least five years of classroom teaching experience; experience working with students with disabilities preferred
- Ability to work from 7:30-4:30 daily, with one day a week extending to 5pm
- New Jersey Department of Education certification required. Elementary certification or math or Literacy certifications are acceptable. Teacher of Students with Disabilities preferred. Dual certified applicants will receive priority.
- Candidates must be able to start August 13, 2018
Salary and Employment Period
- Salary Range: Competitive compensation package
- Full time
- Employment Period: Ten Months
- Fringe Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision
BRICK is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. BRICK promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.