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Operations Manager, Rodel Foundation of Delaware
We are seeking an experienced, flexible and professional individual to join our team to be the day-to-day administrative support for our President & CEO, support the front office, and take on other office management and administrative functions. Although the role will require significant direct interaction and support of the President & CEO, the position will report to the Director of Operations and be a part of our operations team.
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Chief Executive Officer,Community Education Building
The Community Education Building has been established to help all students attending its tenant schools to be fully prepared for educational advancement or careers, and to become lifelong learners. This is an exciting opportunity for an inspiring leader to have a significant impact in the growth and sustainability of CEB as it scales over the next four years and beyond, ensuring that the organization meets or exceeds its promise, serving as a model for international educational excellence.
More information and application instruction here.

Director of Work-Based Learning, Delaware Technical Community College
Delaware Technical Community College is seeking a Director of Work-Based Learning who will be responsible for creating a comprehensive work-based learning program for students in the state of Delaware. The Director will facilitate connections with school and college personnel, build strong partnerships with businesses and, through these partnerships, will create opportunities for Delawareans to gain valuable job skills tied to their program of study.
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Program Manager, Kind to Kids
The Program Manager is responsible for directing and managing all programs offered at Kind to Kids Foundation, with an emphasis program development, teaching, and program evaluation of the LifeSkills Program. This individual will both teach the LifeSkills program and manage and supervise the contracted program instructors. Kind to Kids’ LifeSkills programs includes programming for children at risk in elementary school, middle school, high school, – including youth in rehabilitation facilities, and youth in foster care who are aging out/transitioning to become young adults. Interested applicants can apply at
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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.
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Paraprofessionals, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking high-energy, visionary, and dynamic educators to be members of the staff of a new Wilmington, Delaware based Charter Elementary School that will use Expeditionary Learning (EL), a nationally recognized education model, to drive the instruction in a dual-language setting. Paraprofessionals 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.

Elementary School Art Teacher – Part Time, La Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia is seeking 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.
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Outreach Specialist, La Academia Antonia Alonso
The Outreach Specialist will be responsible for recruitment of applicants into Academia Antonia Alonso Charter School, from now on AAA. The Specialist will conduct parent information sessions, phone follow up calls, and outreach initiatives on dual language and Expeditionary Learning. The Specialist will also be responsible for delivering brochures, flyers and pertinent documents to families to properly enroll in AAA. Participate in community events and research the opportunities for AAA to be represented in the targeted public will be part of his/her job.
More information and application instruction here.

Education Associate, Psychometrician, Department of Education
The Psychometrician for Student Assessment will play a significant part in many of Delaware’s most critical efforts including the consortia work with Smarter Balanced Assessments and the SAT (high school), and an opportunity to lead in the creation of Next Generation Science Standards assessment, and a new Social Studies assessment.  The core of your work is to provide leadership in psychometric aspects for the state student assessment systems that drive toward college and career readiness for all of Delaware’s students.
More information and application instruction here.

Education Associate, Exceptional Children Resources, Department of Education
This position is classified as a Secretary and is a member of the Exceptional Children Resources Group within the Teaching and Learning Branch. This position will be under the supervision of the Director for Exceptional Children Resources. Duties include, but are not limited to overseeing the federal and state budgets of the work group, monitoring open purchase orders by running a monthly schedule of encumbrance report, and providing secretarial support to assigned Education Associates in the completion of their duties.
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

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