Employment

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Employment2018-12-07T14:02:51+00:00

Thank you for your interest in becoming part of Seattle Hebrew Academy’s professional community. We are looking for teachers, staff and administrators who are:

• Committed to ongoing learning and development – your own and that of your colleagues
• Supportive of Jewish cultural practices and tradition
• Open to working as a contributing team member
• Committed to professional work within an educational context
• Committed to the belief that positive high expectations with clear support and structure brings out the best in children.

Please see the current openings below. We are always looking for qualified guest teachers for our Early Childhood – 8th grade classes, in General studies and Judaic studies. If you are interested in learning more about joining our list of guest teachers, please submit your resume and letter indicating your interest to Susan Matalon at smatalon@sha613.org.

 

School Counselor

Become part of a team dedicated to supporting each student to develop both personally and academically in a joyful educational setting. Small private EC-8 school located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood is seeking a highly qualified school counselor/psychologist beginning in September 2017. Candidates must hold a current Washington State ESA Certificate or equivalent, have strong student-centered and systems-oriented counseling skills, have experience teaching social-emotional curriculum (e.g. Zones of Regulation, Social Thinking, Positive Discipline), have 3 years of experience working with elementary and/or middle school-aged students, and demonstrate effective communication skills. The position is part time. We are looking for school counselors/psychologists who set high expectations for themselves and demonstrate an understanding of implementing a comprehensive school-based social skills, mental health and counseling program.

If interested, please submit your cover letter, resume and references to:

Kerri Stern, Director K-8

kstern@sha613.org

We thank all applicants in advance. We will be contacting only those candidates invited for an interview.

 

Special Education Teacher

Passionate about teaching? Seeking to become part of a team dedicated to developing young minds in a joyful academic setting? Small private K-8 school located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood is seeking a full time Special Education teacher. Successful candidates must hold a current Washington State teaching certificate, have a Special Education endorsement, experience working with primary-aged students in both academic and behavior support, demonstrate effective communication skills, and be interested in Project based Learning. We are looking for teachers who set high expectations for themselves and their students and demonstrate knowledge in their subject area, child development, and the social and emotional needs of students. 
If interested, please submit your resume, letter of application and references to:

Kerri Stern

Director K-8

kstern@sha613.org