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Job Openings
LOWER AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

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  • LS/MS Dean of Students

    The school is currently seeking a qualified candidate to serve as the Dean of Students on the lower/middle school campus.  This leadership position reports directly to the L/MS Head of School and L/MS Assistant Head of School and is primarily responsible for supporting and advancing the mission and credo of the school, promoting and maintaining a healthy, vital student community and school climate, and fostering strong relationships with families and the extended community. In addition, this position will work closely with the administration and faculty to advance student achievement and establish guidelines for student behavior to ensure that all students are maximizing both their academic and social potential. Finally, the Dean of Students will support teachers’ efforts to carry out policies and fulfill day-to-day responsibilities.
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    ·         Monitor effectiveness and refinement of disciplinary policy and procedures (through teacher and administrative feedback).
    ·         Offer training and support to faculty in the areas of discipline, classroom management and student/teacher interventions.
    ·         Monitor and enforce student dress code, organize all disciplinary documentation and facilitate disciplinary actions when necessary.
    ·         Coordinate with Camp Jemicy Directors to provide student support during summer camp program where needed.
    ·         Work closely with the school counselor to provide support for the student population.
    ·         Monitor faculty enforcement of policies and procedures and performance of assigned duties.
    ·         Monitor student behavior, meet with faculty about student behavior and communicate with parents regularly concerning student behavior.
    ·         Assist faculty and parents in developing student behavioral expectations
    ·         Oversee and occasionally lead Community Assemblies.
    ·         Provide support for the Student Life Team across both campuses when necessary.
    ·         Make recommendations for the hiring of new faculty.
    ·         Co-teach in services to foster social interactions and community.
    ·         Assist in developing programs and intervention strategies that promote positive student behavior.
    ·         Create opportunities for and assist with implementation of all student recreational programming:  Athletics, Trips and Special Events, Student Government and Clubs.
    ·         Assist with creation of special schedules for snow days, special assembly days, etc.
    ·         Teach social skills related classes
    ·         Other duties as assigned based on the needs of the school.
    Job Qualifications:
    Required:
    • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in student affairs, counseling, higher education or a closely related field.
    • Demonstrated experience and success working as a member of a school leadership team, community based organization, or related field.
    • Demonstrated experience and knowledge of small learning communities.
    • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups.
    • Solid presentation & public speaking skills.
    • Effective time management and executive function skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work within a team environment.
    • Demonstrative ability to effectively manage conflict through quality decision-making and effective problem solving.
    • Demonstrated ability to handle intense or controversial situations with grace, discretion and diplomacy.
    Preferred:
    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in counseling, education, social work or closely related field strongly preferred.
    • Experience in scheduling, developing, planning, and implementing student centric activities and events.
    • Experience working in student life, student activities, residence life or related area
    • Experience as an advisor for student clubs and organizations.
    • Experience planning large events.
    • Experience in developing leadership programs.
    • Experience with budget management.
    How to Apply:
    To apply for the position, please submit cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, Re: LMS Dean of Students • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117 
  • LS/MS LANGUAGE SKILLS TEACHER

    Jemicy School is seeking a full-time educator teaching Lower and Middle school Language curriculum for the 2019-2020 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 language development, be proficient/comfortable with educational technology, and be able to individualize students’ reading/spelling goals to support a broad range of student learning styles and provide personalized instruction.
     
    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, have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, possess strong interpersonal skills and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.
     
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: Lower/Middle School Language Skills Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
  • LS/MS MATH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, seeks a full-time Lower and Middle school Math teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic teacher with a demonstrated ability to teach mathematics in a way that meets students’ individual needs.  Applicant should be adept at utilizing multisensory/hands-on instructional techniques and teaching programs that support a broad range of student learning styles. 
     
    A bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Elementary Ed., and/or Special Ed. (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in community activities, have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, possess strong interpersonal skills and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.
     
    Compensation and benefits will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: Lower/Middle School Math Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
  • LS/MS MUSIC/VOICE TEACHER

    Jemicy School is seeking an enthusiastic, full-time music educator to teach lower and middle the school music comprehension and voice for the 2019-2020 school year. In addition to the daily music/voice curriculum, this individual will serve as the musical director for the lower and the middle school productions performed during the school year, a responsibility that includes rehearsals and accompaniment during the performances.
     
    The ideal candidate will be highly creative, knowledgeable, passionate about music, and possess the ability to deliver developmentally appropriate lessons using multisensory instructional techniques that support a broad range of student learning styles. Comprehensive knowledge and experience working with music in an instructional environment to develop students’ technical understanding, appreciation, and performance of music are required, as are strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to developing successful learners and future productive citizens. A sincere interest in participating in community activities, and the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, are expected.
     
    A bachelor’s degree in Music, Music Education, Elementary Ed., and/or Special Education (or a closely related field) is required. Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Rizzel Montgomery, re: Lower/Middle Music Teacher •rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
     
    Applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school is unable to review resumes submitted through outside sources. 
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, seeks an outstanding, full-time, Middle School English teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. Applicant should be a highly creative, passionate and experienced education professional with 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 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, have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, possess strong interpersonal skills and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.
     
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: Middle School English Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.orgor 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER

    Jemicy School is seeking a full-time, Middle School Social Studies teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate will be a highly creative, passionate and experienced education professional with 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, Elementary 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, have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, possess strong interpersonal skills and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.
     
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: Middle School Social Studies Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
     
    Applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school is unable to review resumes submitted through outside sources. 
  • SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

    The Jemicy Lower and Middle School is seeking to bolster its roster of substitute teachers. Applicants should be experienced, education professionals who have worked in a lower and or middle school setting. We are seeking individuals who can develop a good rapport with students that have a variety of learning styles. Bachelor’s degree required.

    Mail, fax, or email cover letter and resume to: Angie Keibler, Re: Substitute Teacher, 11 Celadon Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117 • Fax: 410-653-1972
    Email: akiebler@jemicyschool.org.
Job Openings
UPPER SCHOOL

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  • LEARNING SPECIALIST

     
    Job Description:
    The Jemicy School located in Owings Mills, Maryland educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. The school is currently seeking a qualified candidate to serve a Learning Specialist on the Upper School campus. The primary role of the US Learning Specialist is to support and advance the mission and credo of the Jemicy School by providing strong academic support to students for continued instruction. In addition, this full-time 12-month position will be responsible for working closely with teachers, parents, outside professionals, and the students themselves to maintain a healthy, vital and rigorous educational program that encourages students to maximize their academic potential and ensure overall academic success. Candidates must be highly organized, flexible, and a team player.
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Read and analyze psycho-educational evaluations in order to develop, maintain and communicate a student’s learning profile and accommodation plan to families and all members of the teaching team.
    • Revise/update all learning profiles at the conclusion of a school year to reflect growth and any updated testing results.
    • Collaborate with faculty members in helping to understand and implement strategies within a classroom setting for a given student as well ensure that both classroom and testing accommodations are being implemented.
    • Strategize and develop “support plans” with teaching team members for any student struggling in content area classes.
    • Provide small group instruction and/or support across all curricular areas, including organization, time management, self-advocacy, and homework assistance.
    • Work closely with outside therapists and evaluators to ensure that all strategies are implemented in the school setting.
    • Apply and monitor all PSAT/SAT/ACT accommodations for all students in grades 9th-12th with College Board and ACT – includes application for accommodations, appeals for all denied accommodations, and monitoring of the school dashboard with College Board.
    • Proctor PSAT/SAT/ACT tests that are administered here at Jemicy School.
    • Conduct 1:1 meetings with individual seniors - College Self-Advocacy Preparation Program – review learning profile, talk about advocating for accommodations needed in college, provide a sample accommodation letter, and have the students advocate by asking Jemicy teachers for necessary accommodations.
    • Observe all new students to Jemicy in their content area classes and those returning students when requested by a teaching team member.
    • Review all progress reports and report cards for the entire Upper School, five - six times a year.
    • Plan and organize Upper School parent-teacher conferences twice a year (November and April).
    • Organize and schedule exams two times a year - including, proctors, and test accommodations.
    • Conduct conferences with a student’s teaching team on a case by case basis.
    • Conduct conferences with parents to address concerns they have for the student, transition meetings, evaluator recommendations, etc.
    • Serve on the Admissions Committee.
    • Serve on the School Leadership Team.
    • Teach Jemicy Study Skills to new students to the Upper School.
    • Administer standardized testing to USP and 9th grade.
    • Collaborate with Head of Upper School, Guidance Counselor, Dean of Students, and Director of Education on a consistent basis to ensure student success.
    • Other duties as assigned based on the needs of the school.
     
    Job Qualifications:
     
    Required:
    • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in education, special education or a closely related field is required.
    • 3-5 years’ experience working with students with language based learning differences.
    • Demonstrated understanding of learning differences and how those differences can impact a student in all academic, social and emotional areas.
    • High proficiency in analyzing psycho-educational evaluations and assessments to inform individual student learning profiles.
    • Solid verbal and written communication skills.
    • Strong organization skills with high attention to detail, flexibility, and collaboration.
     
    Preferred:
    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in education or a closely related field.
    • Special training in Orton-Gillingham, Wilson Reading or Visualizing and Verbalizing programs.

    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: Learning Specialist • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.orgor 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
  • UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

    Jemicy School, is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching Upper School English for the 2019-2020 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 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.
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Rizzel Montgomery, re Upper School English Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
    Applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school is unable to review resumes submitted through outside sources.  
  • UPPER SCHOOL HISTORY TEACHER

    Jemicy School, is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching Upper School History for the 2019-2020 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 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.
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to Rizzel Montgomery, re Upper School History Teacher • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
    Applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school is unable to review resumes submitted through outside sources.  
  • US Director of Educational Technology & Curriculum

    Job Description:
    The primary role of the Upper School Director of Educational Technology and Curriculum Innovation is to provide strong leadership in overseeing the integration of technology into the Jemicy Upper School curriculum for continued improvement of instruction. This position will oversee the Chromebook program, digital subscriptions and digital educational tools and will work closely with the Director of Technology to identify opportunities to innovate and enhance classroom instruction and curriculum and provide support to all users. 
     
    This position reports directly to the US Head of School.
     
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    ·         Provide relevant and meaningful technology-based professional development and support for teachers. 
    ·         Create opportunities for cross-curricular collaboration school wide.
    ·         Maintain and help carry out the Educational Technology Scope and Sequence.
    ·         Use technology as a conduit to enhance curriculum and create clear road maps for students and teachers.
    ·         Ensure Assistive Technology at Jemicy is being used in the best ways for students and communication is streamlined about student needs.
    ·         Attend department and/or grade level meetings often to stay current with content and brainstorm with teachers on projects, initiatives, etc.
    ·         Be a liaison between IT, Teachers and Students
    ·         Teach classes using these models: assist (can pop in whenever needed), conduct mini-lessons, co-teach, project based learning, small group pull out, or individual sessions.
    ·         Assist teachers in using technology effectively for assessing student learning, differentiating instruction, and providing rigorous, relevant and engaging learning experiences for all students. 
    ·         Collaborate with instructional staff in regards to effective use of technology tools and resources to systematically collect and analyze pertinent data, interpret results and communicate findings to improve instructional practice and maximize student learning.
    ·         Coach teachers in and model the use of online and blended learning, digital content and collaborative learning networks to support and extend student learning as well as expand opportunities for online professional development for teachers and administrators.
    ·         Participate in the school improvement process through goal setting and implementation as well as data analysis for instructional improvement.
    ·         Identify technology integration competencies among instructional staff, in collaboration with school administrators, and deliver appropriate coaching, training, and resources to support the professional growth of individuals. 
    ·         Model and promote digital citizenship by facilitating safe, healthy, legal and ethical use of digital information and technologies.
    ·         Collaborate with LMS Ed Tech Director to ensure cross divisional consistency and alignment of the school’s mission and philosophy
     
    Job Qualifications:
    ·         B.A. required; M.Ed. or Masters in instructional technology / education preferred.
    ·         Must be highly organized, possess strong communication skills; be able to juggle multiple priorities effectively; work well in a team environment.
    ·         Must be able to demonstrate patience and compassion when working with individuals with differing technological skill levels.

    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. Send a cover letter and resume to: Rizzel Montgomery, re: US Director of Ed Tech • rmontgomery@jemicyschool.orgor 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
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