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Policy Fellow, Rodel Foundation of Delaware
As a Policy Fellow, you will work with the policy and communications teams to accomplish our mission by supporting state and local leadership and many partner organizations. You will have the opportunity to be involved in vast projects covering topics including teacher and leader quality, education innovation, personalized learning, social emotional learning, college and career readiness, and early childhood education. This is a part-time, paid position, approximately 20-30 hours per week.
More information and application instruction here.

Manager of Operations, Relay Graduate School of Education
The Manager of Operations will work closely with the campus Dean, teaching faculty, the Director of National Operations, and other operational colleagues to ensure that Relay is providing the highest quality education to teachers in Delaware. The Manager of Operations will facilitate cross-team communication and systems building and play an integral role in ensuring that our program is preparing excellent teachers to serve high-need schools in the region. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to leverage their project planning, event planning, and operational skills in order to support an institution that is transforming the way teachers are prepared.
More information and application instruction here.

Director, Specialized Supports Team, Department of Education
The Specialized Supports Team will collaborate with school district personnel to provide on-site supports in city of Wilmington schools, especially for schools identified for support and improvement. The director is an employee of the department but will spend significant time in city of Wilmington schools and their district offices. The primary responsibility of the director is overall leadership of the Office of Specialized Supports Team. Duties of this position include supervising professional and support staff, providing leadership coaching in city of Wilmington schools, and building school support capacity in district offices.
More information and application instruction here.

Secretary, Office of Early Learning, Department of Education
The Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Secretary will provide administrative support to staff and contractors supporting the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership program. This position performs a wide range of secretarial duties for the Office of Early Learning. The Secretary deals with a diverse group of customers as well as internal contacts at all levels of the organization.
More information and application instruction here.

Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Specialist, Department of Education
The Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Specialist will provide leadership, oversight, and management of the EHS-CCP program. The EHS-CCP Specialist is responsible for effective service delivery, contract compliance, intra- and inter-agency coordination, and evaluation of performance in accordance with Head Start Program Performance Standards. The EHS-CCP Specialist will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with Delaware Department of Education processes and procedures and Delaware’s Office of Child Care Licensing, as applicable to the EHS-CCP.
More information and application instruction here.

Middle School/High School Teachers, Great Oaks Charter School
Great Oaks Charter School is seeking Middle School/High School Teachers to drive student outcomes by aligning planning to the Common Core Standards, maintain strong classroom and school culture by clearly and consistently communicating and upholding school rules, values, and expectations and plan a rigorous curriculum and deliver strong instruction by demonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.
More information and application instruction here.

Head of School, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia Antonia Alonso Charter School is seeking a school leader that will recruit outstanding teachers, create an exciting and engaging school culture, continue to cultivate and develop the school’s program, and establish a world-class school curriculum. A successful candidate must possess a passion for student learning, a strong commitment to the community, and a vision for instructional leadership that will ensure the highest standards of instruction and student success. The position reports directly to the Board President.
More information and application instruction here.

Elementary School Art Teacher – Part Time, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking a high energy, visionary, and dynamic elementary educators to be members of an innovative Charter School that uses Expeditionary Learning (EL Education), a nationally recognized education model, to drive the instruction in a dual language setting. The first of its kind in Delaware, the school uses EL’s project-based approach to learning while teaching all students in both English and Spanish. The ideal applicant believes that all students are capable of high academic achievement regardless of socioeconomic status and are open to challenging themselves in an innovative learning environment. The ability to speak Spanish is preferred, but not required.
More information and application instruction here.

Special Education – Elementary Teacher, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking a high energy, visionary, and dynamic elementary educator to be a member of an innovative Charter School that uses Expeditionary Learning, a nationally recognized education model, to drive the instruction in a dual language setting. The Special Education – Elementary Teacher will be responsible for coordinating and monitoring each student’s learning plan, providing direct instruction, and conducting long and short-term planning to address the individual needs of students. The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.
More information and application instruction here.

Elementary Teacher, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking an Elementary Educator to be a member of an innovative Charter School that uses Expeditionary Learning, a nationally recognized education model, to drive the instruction in a dual language setting. This position is responsible for developing lesson plans that ensure the attainment of state learning standards and the additional specific grade-by-grade learning standards set forth in the charter, engaging in effective and appropriate classroom management, and maintaining professional competence through participation in professional development activities.
More information and application instruction here.

Paraprofessional, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking high-energy, visionary, and dynamic Paraprofessional. The ideal applicant believes that all students are capable of high academic achievement regardless of socioeconomic status and are open to challenging themselves in an innovative learning environment. The Paraprofessional will be responsible for collaborating with the teacher in the planning and development of activities and resources for students using the Expeditionary Learning (EL) model and Dual Language approach and working with students in a variety of grouping structures including individual, small group, or total group settings as prescribed by instructional programs.
More information and application instruction here.

School Nurse, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking high-energy, visionary, and dynamic School Nurse. This position is responsible for providing health care and administering prescribed medications for the school, keeping accurate health records on all students and supervising compliance with immunizations and communicable disease regulations, and conducting short and long term planning to address the individual health needs of students.
More information and application instruction here.

Delaware is an exceptional state in search of exceptional teachers and leaders. The state is at the forefront of cutting-edge education reform and uniquely positioned to be a model for the nation. Education stakeholders are committed to transforming Delaware into the best education system in the country, and we need world-class teachers and leaders to pull it off. To learn more about teaching and leading opportunities within Delaware schools, please visit www.joindelawareschools.org.

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