Title Maintenance Worker
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-03-25
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

The League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a full-time MAINTENANCE WORKER for our campus in Walpole to start immediately. Campus includes one school building, two residential buildings, landscaped grounds and parking lots. Schedule will be Monday – Friday, beginning at 7 a.m., between 30 – 40 hours per week. Occasional weekends may be required. Hourly rate is $16.32 per hour.

Position Requirements:
*2 to 4 years of experience in building/grounds maintenance and general repairs.
*Valid Driver’s License

Supervision Received: Facilities Manager
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
1. Maintains offices, restrooms and floors on a supplementary basis, including emptying trash, vacuuming, washing and sweeping floors.
2. Cleans snow and debris from sidewalk as needed.
3. Supplements lawn care duties, such as mowing, trimming shrubbery and cultivating flower beds.
4. Completes minor and routine painting, plumbing, electrical wiring, carpentry and other related maintenance activities; may involve using hand tools.
5. Notifies management concerning the need for major repairs.
6. Reports and repairs emergency maintenance problems or environmental hazards immediately.
7. Maintains tools and equipment in a clean, orderly and safe manner.
8. Complies with company policies and procedures, paying special attention to safety regulations.
9. Performs other related duties as assigned for school building and residences.

Physical Demands:

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package for full-time employees that includes health, dental, Short-term Disability Long-term Disability, and Life insurance, tuition assistance, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid vacation, holiday, sick and personal days.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:

League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

You may also walk-in to fill out an application, Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
No phone calls please.

You may also link to our current job opportunities by accessing our website www.leagueschool.com

Posted: 3-16-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title Education Director
Location Swansea MA
Start Date 2020-05-01
Job Information

Justice Resource Institute Swansea Wood School

Our program is seeking a highly organized and professional candidate to serve as the Education Director. The ideal candidate will have experience working with adolescents, familiarity with Special Education law, DESE regulations, writing IEP’s, facilitating meetings, writing curriculum, and differentiating instruction. The Education Director is also a member of the Administrative Team that will oversee program management, training, and development. The candidate would also be required to be on-call at different times throughout the year.

Program Description:
Swansea Wood School (SWS) is a private 766 approved therapeutic boarding school for adolescent students ages 12-22 with cognitive, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Swansea Wood School provides a complete, high-quality educational experience for each student within a safe, therapeutic environment.

The SWS offers:
● A trauma-informed milieu that includes specialized training for all staff, and where all interventions are individually chosen and developmentally based.
● A full academic instruction schedule on campus, five days a week, in an extended school year. All curricula used are based on the national Common Core standards.
● Leisure activities, sports, and outings as well as on-site activities support positive identity building as well as social engagement.
● Highly skilled direct care staff twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, as well as teachers, nurses, clinicians, & counselors
● On-site nursing coverage, 7-days a week to assist students diagnosed with significant mental illness and behavioral issues.
● A small, predictable, and welcoming setting where all students, especially those who may have experienced disruptive and unstable placements in the past, can begin to achieve their long-term goals.
SWS’s students who are coping with moderate to severe mental illness, complex trauma, and are functioning within the mild to moderately disabled cognitive levels need to have a flexible approach to learning and life experiences. At the SWS, we utilize the Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency (ARC) framework, a treatment approach that focuses on building positive, healthy relationships, learning and practicing self-regulation skills, and identifying strengths. The SWS offers caring, highly skilled direct-care staff around the clock, as well as teachers, nurses, & clinicians.

Job Description:
Our program is seeking a highly organized and professional candidate to serve as the Director of Education. The ideal candidate will have experience working with adolescents, familiarity with Special Education law, DESE regulations, writing IEP’s, facilitating meetings, writing curriculum, differentiating instruction, and the implementation of the schools Anti-Bullying and Anti-Hazing programs and policies. The Director of Education is responsible for the supervision and evaluation of five teachers, two vocational instructors and one job coach. The Director of Education is also a member of the Administrative Team that will oversee program management, training, and development. The candidate would also be required to be on-call at different times throughout the year.

JRI is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and maintaining a diverse
community. Persons from diverse backgrounds including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ
community and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:
Qualified candidates must have a Massachusetts Special Education Administrator license or all of the following: License as a special educator, a minimum of a master’s degree in special education or related field, and a minimum of one year of administrative experience. Experience working with adolescents in an alternative school setting or treatment program is preferred but not required.

Justice Resource Institute offers a competitive salary, a full benefit package, tuition reimbursement, and excellent professional development and training.
Please direct all resumes and inquires to
Contact Person:  Maribeth Balzano August
Posted: 2-19-2020

email mbalzanoaugust@jri.org


Title Assistant Program Coordinator
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-03-02
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking an ASSISTANT PROGRAM COORDINATOR for the Pathfinders, Foundations and Transitions programs to start immediately. This position will work directly with the Program Coordinators of each day school program team to achieve the desired results.

League School offers an array of programs to meet the needs of students with Autism employing the SCERTS Model as an overarching framework, each of the League School’s day programs is designed to teach social, academic, behavioural, and community-life skills based on a student’s age and ability. These programs range from functional academics to grade-level curricula as well as the vocational training and daily living skills to meet the individual strengths and needs of the League’s widely diverse student population.

Position Requirements:
*Master’s Degree in Special Education with current MA certification in moderate or severe special needs. Prefer MA certification in school administration.
*Five years experience with autistic population and demonstrated interpersonal, supervisory and administrative skills.
*CPR, CPI and First Aid certifications.
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Reports to the Principal/Assistant Principal
Supervision Exercised: Supervises and evaluates all Head Teachers in the program

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Works with each Program Coordinator to develop and implement Individual Education Programs (IEP) within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Participates in the development of behavior intervention strategies and daily living-skill techniques for individual students and follows through on the strategies developed.
3. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
4. Works with the Admissions Coordinator to complete tours and intakes.
5. Develops curriculum content, as needed, to implement each student’s goals and objectives, as written in his/her Individual Education Program.
6. Monitors health and safety of students.
7. Attends and facilitates classroom meetings and program meetings.
8. Completes daily paperwork for individual students: notes to parents, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
9. Review prepared lesson plans and make sure they are appropriate for all students in the classroom.
10. Conducts consistent classroom observations
11. Oversees development of classroom and school schedule that provides structure for the students and limits stimuli within the setting.
12. Establishes and maintains a good working relationship between the school and the student’s home. This may include: phone contact, notes to parents, parent visits, team meetings.
13. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.
14. Performs other related duties, as designated by the Assistant Principal/Principal and Program Coordinators, that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school, such as evening trainings, Open Houses, Parent/Teacher nights, etc.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; Microsoft Office and Google Mail.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

No phone calls please.

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title JOB COACH – Part-Time 15-27 Hours/Week
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-03-02
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a Part-Time JOB COACH to start immediately. Pay starts at $17.69/hour; schedule will fall between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. M-F with flexibility.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in related field required. Autism/vocational aide experience preferred.
*CPR, Safety Care and First Aid certifications (League School will provide training).
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
1. Implements lessons and tasks, according to Individual Education Programs, within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Transports and supervises students at community-based job sites and provides job-coaching services for students according to individual program needs.
3. Acts as liaison for communication between community-based employers and the League School of Greater Boston’s Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services.
4. Participates in behavior intervention strategies and daily living-skill techniques for individual students and follows through on the strategies developed by the team.
5. Collects and records data regarding student performance in instructional and behavioral areas.
6. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
7. Follows schedules within the classroom and the school to provide structure and limit stimuli for the students.
8. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
9. Completes daily paperwork, as needed, to include: Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
10. Monitors health and safety of students and follows through with the School Nurse on incidents requiring medical attention.
11. Works as a team player. Attends supervision and staff meetings. Comes prepared with agenda and ready to discuss issues and solutions.
12. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; and Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a substantial part-time benefit package that includes Earned Sick Leave and 403(b) retirement plan with employer match.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

A link to all current job openings is also available on our website www.leagueschool.org ; click Careers.
No phone calls please.

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title HEAD TEACHER, MODERATE SPECIAL NEEDS PreK-8
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-03-02
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a HEAD TEACHER to start immediately in our Pathfinders program. Annual salary starts at $49,138; additional $2,550 for Special Education license, $5,100/year for Master’s degree. League School will help obtain required licensure for qualified candidates.

The Pathfinders program educates elementary, middle-school, high-school and post-high-school students with high-functioning autism and related social communication challenges. The curriculum is based on the MA Curriculum Frameworks/Common Core Standards and modified to meet student needs. All classrooms are designed around student age, grade level and social communication needs, and are no larger than 8 students per classroom. The ultimate goal is to achieve a high school diploma.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education with current MA license in Moderate Special Needs Pre-K-8. Autism experience required. Proof of MA DESE licensure required, but will help obtain licensure if needed.
*Safety Care, CPR, and First Aid certifications. (League School will provide training).
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Program Coordinator
Supervision Exercised: Teacher(s), Job Coach, Student Teacher(s)

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Collaborates with team to develop Individual Education Programs within the classroom/school and community settings. Utilizes internet-based ESPED program in conjunction with team to write IEPs.
2. Collaborates in the development of behavioral intervention plans, sensory diets, social pragmatic programming, and daily living-skill techniques for individual students as part of multidisciplinary team.
3. Collects and records data regarding student performance in all skill areas as directed by team, Program Coordinator, and/or Coordinator of Clinical Services. Analyzes data to measure student progress throughout the year.
4. Consistently implements, or monitors implementation, of all components of treatment programs, including all accommodations and services outlined in students’ IEPs and BIPs.
5. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
6. Implements individual and group behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by Behavior Specialists and the team.
7. Provides curriculum content based on the Massachusetts Frameworks to implement each student’s goals and objectives, as written in his/her Individual Education Program. Records curriculum implemented on Curriculum Mapper program.
8. Attends and facilitates classroom team meetings and classroom conferences.
9. Attends annual IEP reviews, 3-year Re-evaluations, supervision, staff meetings, intake meetings, and other meetings as directed by Program Leader or administrators.
10. Completes formal assessments and necessary data collection to track student progress.
11. Completes written reports: Quarterly Progress Reports, Individual Education Programs, Re-evaluation Reports, and assessment materials deemed necessary by the team and clinical department.
12. Has lesson plans prepared and ready for review that are appropriate for all students in the classroom.
13. Develops and executes a classroom and school schedule that provides structure, consistency, predictability.
14. Completes all necessary MCAS assessment requirements for students in his/her classroom.
15. Performs other related duties, as designated by the Assistant Principal/Principal that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; and Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title HEAD TEACHER, MODERATE SPECIAL NEEDS 5-12
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-03-02
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a HEAD TEACHER to start immediately in our Pathfinders program. Annual salary starts at $49,138; additional $2,550 for Special Education license, $5,100/year for Master’s degree. League School will help obtain required licensure for qualified candidates.

The Pathfinders program educates elementary, middle-school, high-school and post-high-school students with high-functioning autism and related social communication challenges. The curriculum is based on the MA Curriculum Frameworks/Common Core Standards and modified to meet student needs. All classrooms are designed around student age, grade level and social communication needs, and are no larger than 8 students per classroom. The ultimate goal is to achieve a high school diploma.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education/Education with current MA license in Moderate Special Needs 5-12 required*. Autism experience required.
*Proof of MA DESE licensure required, but will help obtain licensure if needed.
*Safety Care, CPR and First Aid certifications (League School will provide training).
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Program Coordinator
Supervision Exercised: Assistant Teacher(s), Job Coach, Student Teacher(s)

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Collaborates with team to develop Individual Education Programs within the classroom/school and community settings. Utilizes internet-based eSPED program in conjunction with team to write IEPs.
2. Collaborates in the development of behavioral intervention plans, sensory diets, social pragmatic programming, and daily living-skill techniques for individual students as part of multidisciplinary team.
3. Collects and records data regarding student performance in all skill areas as directed by team, Program Coordinator, and/or Coordinator of Clinical Services. Analyzes data to measure student progress throughout the year.
4. Consistently implements, or monitors implementation, of all components of treatment programs, including all accommodations and services outlined in students’ IEPs and BIPs.
5. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
6. Implements individual and group behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by Behavior Specialists and the team.
7. Provides curriculum content based on the Massachusetts Frameworks to implement each student’s goals and objectives, as written in his/her Individual Education Program. Records curriculum implemented on Curriculum Mapper program.
8. Attends and facilitates classroom team meetings and classroom conferences.
9. Attends annual IEP reviews, 3-year Re-evaluations, supervision, staff meetings, intake meetings, and other meetings as directed by Program Leader or administrators.
10. Completes formal assessments and necessary data collection to track student progress.
11. Completes written reports: Quarterly Progress Reports, Individual Education Programs, Re-evaluation Reports, and assessment materials deemed necessary by the team and clinical department.
12. Has lesson plans prepared and ready for review that are appropriate for all students in the classroom.
13. Develops and executes a classroom and school schedule that provides structure, consistency, predictability.
14. Completes all necessary MCAS assessment requirements for students in his/her classroom.
15. Performs other related duties, as designated by the Assistant Principal/Principal that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; and Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m./Various days available
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-02-27
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS to start immediately. Flexible schedules available, but must work 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on assigned days. May not work more than 4 days each week. Excellent opportunity to join our team. Salary range: $18.00 – $25.10 per hour, depending on credentials.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
*Autism experience highly preferred; classroom experience required.
*Active Mass. teaching license in either moderate or severe special needs
*Safety Care, CPR and First Aid certifications (training provided if necessary)
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Assistant Principal/Head Teachers
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Implements lessons and tasks, according to Individual Education Programs, within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Supervises students at community-based job sites and provides job-coaching services for students according to individual program needs.
3. Acts as liaison for communication between community-based employers and the League School of Greater Boston’s Vocational Coordinator according to individual program needs.
4. Collects and records data regarding student performance in instructional and behavioral areas.
5. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
6. Follows schedules within the classroom and the school to provide structure and limit stimuli for the students.
7. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
8. Completes daily paperwork, as needed, to include: notes to parents, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
9. Monitors health and safety of students and follows through with the School Nurse on incidents requiring medical attention.
10. Works as a team player. Attends supervision, classroom meetings, program meetings and staff meetings.
11. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.
12. Performs other related duties, as assigned by the Program Coordinator, Assistant Principal or Principal, that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school, such as evening trainings, Open House, etc.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a part-time benefit package that includes a 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, accrued sick time and wellness benefits such as free gym membership.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

No phone calls please.

You may also link to our current job opportunities by accessing our website www.leagueschool.org and clicking: Careers

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title CHILD CARE COUNSELORS, $14.90-$17.00/hour Full-time & Part-time, Overnights & Weekends needed
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-02-27
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking DIRECT CARE/CHILD CARE COUNSELORS for our residential programs in Walpole to start immediately. Full-time staff earn $17.00/hour; part-time staff earn $15.00/hour. Relief staff earn $14.90/hour. Shifts currently available are: weekday afternoon, evenings, overnights (11:00 p.m. – 9:00 a.m.), Saturdays and Sundays all shifts.

Position Requirements:
* Must have HS diploma and preferably a Bachelor’s degree; or be in an undergraduate course of study, preferably special education, education, psychology, human services or social work.
*Safety Care, CPR and First Aid certifications (training will be provided if you do not have these currently)
*Prior experience caring for children in a residential setting required; autism experience preferred.
*Must pass rigorous background checks, including nationwide fingerprint screening.
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Residence Manager/Assistant Manager
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
1) Assist students in all areas including life skills, community trips, personal health care, social and recreational activities.
2) Support the students by helping to prepare healthy meals and keeping the properties safe and clean.
3) Must have good organization skills and be a creative problem solver.
4) Must be able to document all incidents and communicate effectively with clients, families, co-workers and supervisors.
5) All shifts require that staff be awake and alert at all times.
6) New hires must be available for regularly scheduled weekend work.
7) Work collaboratively with all school staff members to coordinate support for students.
8) Transport students in League School vans, as needed.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have working knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Google mail.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to hr@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

A link to all current job openings is also available on our website www.leagueschool.com; click Careers.

No phone calls please.

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title TEACHER ASSISTANT, Full-time
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-02-27
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a TEACHER ASSISTANT to start immediately at our program in Walpole. Pay starts at $18.51/hour, with additional compensation for Master’s degree in a related field and/or valid Severe or Moderate Disabilities teaching license. Schedule: M-F 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in related field required. Autism experience preferred.
*Para-professional, Teacher’s Aide, or other special education experience preferred.
*Safety Care, CPR, and First Aid certifications (League School will provide training).
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Head Teacher
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Implements lessons and tasks, according to Individual Education Programs, within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Supervises students at community-based job sites and provides job-coaching services for students according to individual program needs.
3. Acts as liaison for communication between community-based employers and the League School of Greater Boston’s Vocational Coordinator according to individual program needs.
4. Participates in the development of curriculum content, behavior intervention strategies and daily living-skill techniques for individual students and follows through on the strategies developed by the team.
5. Collects and records data regarding student performance in instructional and behavioral areas.
6. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
7. Follows schedules within the classroom and the school to provide structure and limit stimuli for the students.
8. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
9. Completes daily paperwork, as needed, to include: notes to parents, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
10. Monitors health and safety of students and follows through with the School Nurse on incidents requiring medical attention.
11. Works as a team player. Attends supervision, classroom meetings, program meetings and staff meetings. Comes prepared with agenda and ready to discuss issues and solutions.
12. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.
13. Performs other related duties, as assigned by the Program Coordinator, Assistant Principal or Principal, that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school, such as evening trainings, Open House, etc.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; and Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

No phone calls please.

You may also link to our current job opportunities by accessing our website www.leagueschool.org and clicking on Careers.

Posted: 2-18-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title Volunteer Coordinator
Location Chestnut Hill
Job Information

The Campus School at Boston College

Responsible for coordinating all aspects of volunteer activities including developing new and imaginative fundraising initiatives with Campus School Volunteers of Boston College (CSVBC) a sanctioned club of over 350 students at Boston College.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:

Coordination of all volunteer members within the program, particularly the CSVBC to develop new and imaginative fundraising activities and supporting them in their endeavors.

Raise awareness of the school and its work at both a local and national level in collaboration with the Administrative Team

Assist the CSVBC in organizing all special events, buddies, literacy program/literacy buddies, Broom Hockey, half marathon, Golf tournament, and holiday events.

Responsible for coordinating volunteer retreat during the Fall semester

Coordinate orientation for all chairpersons and members of the CSVBC as well as community volunteer members

Coordination of relationships with university clubs, varsity teams, high school senior service projects, spring and summer volunteer experiences in collaboration with Administrative Team

Maintain pertinent digital records on all CSVBC activity and all other volunteer programs

Consults with Administrative Team as well as Campus School teachers to customize programs/needs for each student

Works with Administrative Team to serve as liaison between the Campus School and the greater Boston College Community

Support undergraduate student/personal development by mentoring volunteers towards the University mission of “men and women for others”

Supports the mission of the Boston College Campus School

This is a 23 hour a week position.  Competitive salary commensurate with relevant experience.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree preferred. 3 – 5 years of experience working in financial development.
Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, ability to multitask. Technologically adept with Adobe, Canva and Microsoft Suite.

This is a Part-time 23 hour/week position

Contact: Barbara Cataldo, Director

Phone: 617-552-3460

Posted: 2-11-2020

 

 

 

 

email cataldo@bc.edu
Website https://www.bc.edu/offices/hr/jobopps.html


Title Assistant Director/Educational Administrator
Location Chestnut Hill, MA
Job Information

The Campus School at Boston College

Responsible for educational oversight of program management:
-Catalog, assess and research current curriculum materials and needs for staff use
-Ensure that teaching and instructional materials are age appropriate and relevant
-Ensure that all students receive appropriate educational, therapeutic and health care services
-Supervise and evaluate direct service staff (teachers, therapists, nurses, etc.)
-Chair Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings and prepare meeting notes, oversee service delivery for all students
-Provide guidance to Administrative Assistant in scheduling all IEP meetings
-Develop and support effective partnerships with Campus School families
-Develop and manage relationships with public schools to assess needs and encourage referrals
-Promote public school and community collaborations
-Attend weekly service delivery team meetings, provide administrative support
-Work with teaching assistants regarding classroom instruction, curriculum development, as well as future plans, interviewing, letters of recommendation, etc.
-Shared responsible for coordinating orientation and mandated training for all staff, volunteers, student employees and student interns.
-Update and implement policies and procedures as required to ensure compliance with current DESE regulations cross-trained with Director
-Attend screenings for prospective students and ensure that all prospective student records have been set up and disseminated
-Experience with MCAS Alt
-Any additional duties assigned by the Director
-Uphold the mission and values of Boston College Campus School
-Twelve month position

Additional Job Requirements
Education:

-Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Curriculum and Instruction preferred
-Massachusetts Educator’s License as Administrator in Special Education
-At least five years’ experience as an administrator in Special Education preferred
– Citizenship, residency or work visa required
Boston College conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.

Boston College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected category including disability and protected veteran status. To learn more about how BC supports diversity and inclusion throughout the university please visit the Office for Institutional Diversity at http://www.bc.edu/offices/diversity.

To apply:
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation to:
Campusschool@bc.edu

Contact Person: Barbara Cataldo 617-552-3223

You may also link current job opportunities at https://www.bc.edu/offices/hr/jobopps.html

Posted: 2-10-2020

email bj.cataldo@bc.edu
Website https://www.bc.edu/bc-web/schools/lynch-school/sites/campus-school.html


Title JOB COACH – Part-Time 30 Hours/Week Benefits are available for this position
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-02-24
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

The League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a Part-Time JOB COACH to start immediately. Pay starts at $17.34/hour; core schedule is M-F 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with the option to work evening and weekend shifts.

Position Requirements:
*Bachelor’s Degree in related field required. Autism/vocational aide experience preferred.
*CPR, Safety Care and First Aid certifications (League School will provide training).
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services
Supervision Exercised: none

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
1. Implements lessons and tasks, according to Individual Education Programs, within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Transports and supervises students at community-based job sites and provides job-coaching services for students according to individual program needs.
3. Acts as liaison for communication between community-based employers and the League School of Greater Boston’s Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services.
4. Participates in behavior intervention strategies and daily living-skill techniques for individual students and follows through on the strategies developed by the team.
5. Collects and records data regarding student performance in instructional and behavioral areas.
6. Develops a therapeutic and effective relationship with students: uses appropriate voice modulation, sets reasonable boundaries with communication and actions, etc.
7. Follows schedules within the classroom and the school to provide structure and limit stimuli for the students.
8. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
9. Completes daily paperwork, as needed, to include: Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
10. Monitors health and safety of students and follows through with the School Nurse on incidents requiring medical attention.
11. Works as a team player. Attends supervision and staff meetings. Comes prepared with agenda and ready to discuss issues and solutions.
12. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; and Microsoft Office.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

You may also link to our current job opportunities by accessing our website www.leagueschool.org and clicking on Careers

No phone calls please.

Posted: 2-10-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title Program Coordinator – Pathfinders
Location Walpole, MA
Start Date 2020-02-24
Job Information

League School of Greater Boston

The League School of Greater Boston, named “Best Special Needs High School” for 2019 by Boston Parents Paper, is a year-round program dedicated to the education of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our team approach to education creates a collaborative, supportive and open environment within our community. We are currently seeking a PROGRAM COORDINATOR for the Pathfinders Program to start immediately. This position heads a team of Head Teachers, Clinicians, Occupational Therapists, Speech/Language Pathologists, and Board Certified Behavior Analysts to achieve the desired results for the program.

The Pathfinders Program serves students diagnosed with Autism and related disabilities at the elementary, middle and high school level (ages 6 to 22) who are typically working toward a high school diploma. The Pathfinder Program also serves post high school students with transition programming to facilitate transition to adult services or higher education. In addition to a full academic program, Pathfinders’ students participate in vocational internships both within the community and within the school itself, to develop and practice those skills needed for future employment success. All Pathfinders classes extend learning beyond the classroom walls by participating in community-based activities.

Position Requirements:
*Master’s Degree in Special Education with current MA certification in moderate or severe special needs. Prefer MA certification in school administration.
*Five years experience with autistic population and demonstrated interpersonal, supervisory and administrative skills.
*CPR, CPI and First Aid certifications.
*Valid driver’s license.

Supervision Received: Reports to the Principal/Assistant Principal
Supervision Exercised: Supervises and evaluates all Head Teachers in the program

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Develops and implements Individual Education Programs (IEP) within the classroom/school and community settings.
2. Participates in the development of behavior intervention strategies and daily living-skill techniques for individual students and follows through on the strategies developed.
3. Implements student behavior programs: positive reinforcement, breaks, time outs, etc., as designed by the Behavior Department and the team.
4. Works with the Admissions Coordinator to complete tours and intakes.
5. Develops curriculum content, as needed, to implement each student’s goals and objectives, as written in his/her Individual Education Program.
6. Monitors health and safety of students.
7. Attends and facilitates classroom meetings and program meetings.
8. Completes daily paperwork for individual students: notes to parents, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, etc.
9. Review prepared lesson plans and make sure they are appropriate for all students in the classroom.
10. Conducts consistent classroom observations
11. Oversees development of classroom and school schedule that provides structure for the students and limits stimuli within the setting.
12. Establishes and maintains a good working relationship between the school and the student’s home. This may include: phone contact, notes to parents, parent visits, team meetings.
13. Participates in all trainings, as required by League School of Greater Boston.
14. Performs other related duties, as designated by the Assistant Principal/Principal, that are deemed necessary for the operation of the school, such as evening trainings, Open Houses, Parent/Teacher nights, etc.
15. Manages the Pathfinders budget.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word: Microsoft Excel: Microsoft Internet Explorer; Microsoft Office and Google Mail.

The League School offers a substantial benefit package that includes 75% employer paid health and dental, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tuition assistance of up to $2000 per school year, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, professional development opportunities, as well as paid Sick and Personal days in addition to school vacation weeks off. In addition, League assists individuals who are engaged in the licensure process to obtain their MA license not only through tuition assistance but also through mentoring and the DESE Structured Guidance and Supports process. The League School also will work with staff to access available Public Service Loan Forgiveness options as well as other loan forgiveness options.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The League School of Greater Boston is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by federal and state laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who challenge such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

To apply:
Please submit resume, cover letter, and other supporting documentation such as transcripts, curriculum vitae, letter(s) of reference, etc. to HR@leagueschool.com or by mail to:
League School of Greater Boston
Attn: Human Resources
300 Boston Providence Turnpike
Walpole, MA 02032

No phone calls please.

Posted: 2-10-2020

email hr@leagueschool.com
Website https://leagueschool.org/


Title Teaching Assistant
Location Chestnut Hill, MA
Start Date 2020-03-02
Job Information

The Campus School at Boston College

The Campus School Teacher Assistant is responsible for assisting the Special Education Teacher with the management of appropriate educational, therapeutic and health care services for each student in the classroom, as indicated in the Individualized Education Program.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for assisting the Special Education Teacher with the implementation of Individualized Education Program for each student in the classroom

Attend transdisciplinary team meetings or other pertinent meetings relevant to implementing students’ Individualized Education Program and attend in-service trainings

Responsible for following daily classroom schedules and specific programs for group and individual activities for each student as directed by Special Education Teacher

Assist Special Education Teacher with organization and maintenance of classroom and therapeutic
supplies and equipment
Assist, lift and transport students who have physical disabilities

Accompany students to therapy sessions as needed

Communicate effectively with students, staff and staff

Share in teaching in the classroom setting and development of curriculum materials.

Observe classroom settings covering ages 3-21.

Competitive salary commensurate with relevant experience.

Bachelor’s Degree in education or related field and experience working with students with multiple disabilities preferred.

Contact Person: Barbara Cataldo, Director 617-552-3223

Posted: 2-10-2020

email campusschool@bc.edu
Website https://bc.edu/campusschool


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