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Job Openings
JEMICY SCHOOL

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  • TECHNICAL THEATER DIRECTOR

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a qualified technical theater director for the current 2022-2023 school year. This position, which reports directly to the chair of the Upper School Department of Performing Arts, supervises, plans, coordinates, and executes most, if not all, technical aspects of performance and event programming in the school’s Tomlinson Theater and its facilities. These facilities include the theater itself, the theater lobby, a costume shop, a technical booth, and both indoor and outdoor storage facilities.

    The theater and its facilities are utilized by all divisions and multiple departments of the school. Technical direction and support (including set build) will be required for, but not limited to, all Upper School and Lower/Middle School theatrical productions, admissions events, development events, school-wide events, special events (like Evening of the Arts), guest speakers, and presenters. In addition, the technical theater director will be expected to teach coursework in technical theatre, set design, and/or stage management.

    DETAILED DESCRIPTION
    • Assume responsibility for the technical direction for the year-round schedule of all activities and events, productions, exhibitions, and general facility use.
      • Create, maintain, and communicate, the Tomlinson Theater programming and production calendar and subsequent build schedules to ensure the most efficient and effective use of the shared space.
    • Ensure the efficient and timely maintenance of all the facilities and equipment.
      • Oversee and maintain both owned inventory and external equipment rentals.
    • Oversee the creation and completion (planning, evaluation, scheduling, implementation, execution, engineering, and supervision) of all scenic elements (including sets, lights, props, audio/visual, and special effects) for all theatrical productions for all divisions of the school in accordance with their own planning or that provided by a contracted designer.
      • Supervise/manage carpentry, welding, rigging, work with plastics, fabrics, and other set-related materials in pursuit of an artistic product of the highest level possible, produced in a cost-effective and safe manner.
      • Act as the liaison and main point of contact between third-party vendors related to rented theatrical equipment, i.e. lighting and rigging rentals.
    • Maintain the technical aspects of all programming by attending all events, technical rehearsals, productions, and/or other Tomlinson Theater programming as an emergency technician, oftentimes outside of regular school hours in order to assist student technicians and/or faculty and staff with the prompt resolution of production/event-related incidents (technical/ audio/visual).
    • Research and maintain information on emerging technologies in technical theatre as needed for curriculum enhancement, current or future production needs, and/or operations.
    • Teach coursework in technical theatre, Set Design, and/or Stage Management.
    • Recruit, encourage, and supervise students working in technical theatre.
    • Assists the chair of the Upper School Department of Performing Arts in the formation of a highly-motivated and collaborative design and production team consisting of both students and professionals.
    • Act as the chief safety officer responsible for overseeing a safe educational theatrical space in compliance with OSHA, ADA, and building fire codes.
      • Develop a safety manual, address any safety hazards or infractions, and follow up on any hazard reports.
      • Ensure that all students and faculty/staff involved in a theatrical production or event are familiar with the safety manual and emergency procedures
      • Supervise and evaluate crew members, student workers, and volunteers; ensure safety by monitoring use of equipment and tools.
      • Arrange for any necessary certifications required of contracted designers or vendors, faculty/staff, and/or students.
    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE IS:
    • An arts-centered individual who is passionate and committed to advancing the lives of students.
    • Knowledgeable about dyslexia and other language-based learning differences.
    • A skilled technical craftsperson with a passion for education and theatrical excellence.
    • An expressive and dynamic personality who is adept at building and maintaining relationships with students, faculty/staff, artists, independent contractors, vendors, etc.
    • A promoter of a values-based educational culture that strives to foster a sense of belonging, affirmation, and connection to other community members and to social movements through theatre.
    • Able to deftly navigate and promote a culture that welcomes ambiguity, meet challenges, adapt, reinvent, and swiftly assimilate new concepts.
    • Skilled at interacting with a diverse team of staff members and artists while fostering an environment that values open communication, encourages the sharing of best practices, and actively seeks feedback to support areas of growth.
    • Adept at communicating professionally and articulately, adjusting communication style as necessary, both in person and through written/digital communication.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS

    The technical theater director should have a strong knowledge of the discipline and production aspects including but not limited to sound, lights, projections, set construction, costumes, props, stage makeup, and stage management operations; a proven ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment; excellent verbal, written, organizational, and interpersonal skills; and proficiency in computer and technology skills, especially in office productivity software (Microsoft Office, iWork, and G Suite). Additionally, the candidate should have the following:
    • Bachelor's degree (master’s degree preferred) in a field related to theater production and/or technology, or equivalent practical/professional experience.
    • Two (2) years’ experience (4-years preferred) working in technical theater or a related field.
    • At least one (1) year (2-4 years preferred) teaching in a high school environment.
    • Advanced digital literacy, especially with project management and digital drafting software is a plus.
     
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
     
    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School.  The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards. 
Job Openings
LOWER AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

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  • LOWER SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching science for the 2023-2024 school year. This position encompasses teaching several sections/grade levels of lower school science: physical, life, and environmental. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create authentic learning experiences with ease, have the ability to meet individual student needs, and be adept at employing an inquiry-based, experiential teaching approach to support a broad range of student learning styles. 

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary/secondary education, special education, biology, outdoor education, or a closely related field, with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or lead a club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Patti Steinberg, psteinberg@jemicyschool.org Re: LS Science Teacher

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • LOWER SCHOOL/ELEMENTARY HOMEROOM TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time lower school/elementary homeroom teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be elementary education professionals with experience teaching ELA and other content areas, can work within a team, possess the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and are adept at utilizing technology and multisensory/hands-on instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary ed., secondary ed., (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or acceptable combination of education and experience, is required.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Patti Steinberg, psteinberg@jemicyschool.org Re: Lower School/Elementary Homeroom Teacher.

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • LOWER SCHOOL/MIDDLE SCHOOL LANGUAGE SKILLS TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time Lower and/or Middle school language skills teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. The ideal candidate will be a highly creative and passionate educator with prior experience tutoring/teaching language skills using a multisensory, structured literacy approach (Orton-Gillingham based). In addition, the applicant should possess a strong background in language development, be proficient/comfortable with educational technology, and be able to individualize students’ reading/spelling goals to support a broad range of learning styles and provide personalized instruction.

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary ed., secondary ed., (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in community activities, possess strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Patti Steinberg, psteinberg@jemicyschool.org Re: Lower/Middle School Language Skills Teacher.

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time middle school English teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. This teacher will also serve as a middle school advisor for a small group of students. The ideal candidate will be a highly creative and passionate educator with prior experience teaching composition and/or literature. In addition, the applicant should be proficient/comfortable with educational technology and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary ed., secondary ed., (or a closely related field) is required.  Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in community activities, possess strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to: Angie Gallagher, agallagher@jemicyschool.org  Re: Middle School English Teacher.

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching middle school math for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create authentic learning experiences with ease, have the ability to meet individual student needs, and be adept at employing an inquiry-based, experiential teaching approach to support a broad range of student learning styles. 

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary ed., secondary ed., special education, mathematics (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate should have experience with multisensory/hands-on teaching programs and technology.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Email cover letter and resume to: Angie Gallagher, agallagher@jemicyschool.org  Re: MS Math Teacher

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE & MATH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching middle school science and math for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create authentic learning experiences with ease, have the ability to meet individual student needs, and be adept at employing an inquiry-based, experiential teaching approach to support a broad range of student learning styles. 

    A bachelor’s degree in secondary education, special education, physics, chemistry, mathematics, or a closely related field, with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Email cover letter and resume to: Angie Gallagher, agallagher@jemicyschool.org  Re: MS Science & Math Teacher.

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1 – 12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time middle school social studies teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.  Applicants should have prior experience teaching social studies at the middle school level and demonstrate the ability to meet individual student needs.  Experience with multisensory/hands-on teaching programs and technology is also preferred. The middle school curriculum covers the following topics: Ancient Civilizations (6th), World Cultures (7th), U.S. Government (8th).

    A bachelor’s degree in elementary ed., secondary ed., and/or special education (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in community activities, possess strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to: Angie Gallagher, agallagher@jemicyschool.org  Re: Middle School Social Studies Teacher.

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
Job Openings
UPPER SCHOOL

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  • COLLEGE COUNSELOR

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a qualified college counselor for the 2023-2024 school year. This position reports directly to the director of College Counseling and is responsible for working collaboratively to implement a comprehensive college counseling program that guides students and families through the college process in a highly personalized way.
     
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Work with Director of College Counseling to develop and maintain a comprehensive college counseling program.  
    • Advise students and families through the college search, application, and admission process.
    • Train students, faculty, and families on SCOIR or similar college resource platforms.
    • Maintain a database of summer programs.
    • Maintain NCAA core course list.
    • Write unique and personalized recommendation letters for selected seniors.
    • Host visiting college admissions representatives and assist director with scheduling.
    • Assist director with maintaining database for scholarships, applications, and college contacts.
    • Coordinate with advisors to ensure students are accomplishing all college related tasks.
    • Develop and maintain relationships with admissions representatives.
    • Advise students on precollege summer programs and financial aid.
    • Advise parents/guardians and students on college entrance tests such as SAT/ACT.
    • Meet with students and parents to develop a personalized college path for each student.
    • Attend professional development conferences and visit college campuses.
    • Work with underclassmen to complete career inventories and help them to understand the college process.
    • Share relevant information with administrative staff for school newsletter.
    • Communicate with parents in a timely and professional way.
    • Other duties as assigned, including possible teaching duties.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, with at least five years of experience in college admissions, high school counseling, or teaching.
    • Exceptional public speaking, writing, organization, and communication skills.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Drive. Familiarity with SCOIR preferred.
    • Possess the ability to exercise discretion.
    • Excellent time management skills with ability to perform well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
    How to Apply:
    To apply, email cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org by January 30, 2023.
  • UPPER SCHOOL DIGITAL ARTS TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright, college-bound students (grades 1 - 12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time upper school digital arts educator for the 2023-24 school year. Applicants should be creative thinkers with graphic design experience, computer-aided animation skills, and a contagious passion for design thinking. We are seeking individuals who can develop a good rapport with students that have a variety of learning styles and who can prepare them for the current professional world. Professional experience in graphic design, animation, and developing curricula are highly valued for this position. Familiarity with 3DStudio MAX, Rhino, and Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) is required. Additionally, regular written reports and parent communications require writing skills. Responsibilities include leading a team of students to publish the school yearbook. Bachelor’s degree required.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced, full-time upper school English teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a range of English subjects, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in English, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL HISTORY TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced, full-time upper school history teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a range of history subjects, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in history, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL MATH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced, full-time upper school math teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a full range of math courses, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques that support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in mathematics, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced, full-time upper school science teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. This position encompasses teaching multiple sections of both physics and chemistry.  Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create curriculum with ease, have the ability to meet the needs of individual student’s differing mathematical skills, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in chemistry, physics, or a closely related field, with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL WORLD LANGUAGES

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking an experienced, full-time upper school world languages teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to develop students into competent language and cultural learners. Successful candidates should have strong knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary, be able to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in the Classics, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners who will be prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking substitute teachers for the current and upcoming school year. The ideal candidates will be creative education professionals with Upper School teaching experience, capable and comfortable with covering multiple subject areas, including Language Arts, Science, Math, Social Studies, etc. 
     
    School hours are 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Compensation will be discussed during the hiring process.
     
    Interested candidates should mail, fax, or email cover letter and resume to, Laura Gray Re: US Faculty Substitute Position, 11202
    Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
     • Fax: 410-753-8085 • Email: lgray@jemicyschool.org
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