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Rossman School is currently seeking candidates for the following positions. Click a link to learn more.
Rossman School is searching for an experienced educator to assume homeroom responsibilities for its 4th grade for the 2020-2021 academic year. A small by design school with one class per grade level, Rossman’s strong academic program challenges and stretches each student through team teaching with two experienced educators at all grade levels. Working collaboratively, the fourth grade homeroom teaching team jointly plans and teaches the language arts and mathematics curriculum.
This homeroom teacher must have strong expertise in teaching language arts. Rossman’s language arts curriculum focuses upon the development of strong reading skills in multiple genres through the use of high-interest novels and reading comprehension materials to cultivate a love for reading in young adults while teaching essential reading skills. The writing process is a critical focus of the language arts curriculum as well. Rossman School utilizes the 6+1 Traits of Writing program and Writer’s Workshop to assist in the instruction of young writers. A strong language arts teacher recognizes the importance of teaching and adapting to individual student needs and will have experience in utilizing tools and resources to support small group, differentiated learning in both writing and reading. Spelling, grammar, and vocabulary development are important facets of the language arts curriculum as well. The mathematics curriculum is based on the Everyday Mathematics Program.
The ideal candidate for this position will have at least three years experience teaching elementary children and have demonstrated a dedication to honesty, kindness, respect, and responsibility — the pillars of Rossman’s character program — in his/her interactions with children and adults. He/she will possess a strong work ethic, a love for teaching, and a commitment to each child’s academic and social-emotional growth. The successful candidate will be committed to collaborative team-teaching, working with his/her teammate to design effective and challenging curriculum, while also creating opportunities for interdisciplinary learning with specialist teachers in science, social studies, art, music and Spanish. The ability to work closely with colleagues requires flexibility, adaptability, confidence, and a sense of humor.
Experience in an independent school is not required. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with other area independent schools and an applicant's experience.
Please submit a single attachment that includes the cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reports to: Director of Business and Finance
General Description: Directs, coordinates and supervises facilities and maintenance staff. Exhibits understanding and support of the school’s mission and goals, in personal conduct and management of others.
- Directs, schedules and supervises all building and grounds maintenance staff at the school. Responsible for department personnel management, training, development, and evaluation.
- Manages responses to all facility work orders originating from building users, using established processes.
- Schedules and performs regular preventive maintenance on all building systems, including MEP, roofs, finishes, safety and monitoring systems, and equipment.
- Selects 3rd-party maintenance contractors and manages the fulfillment of their contract obligations, including quality control of their work.
- Oversees regular cleaning of the school, supervises day custodians and manages staff of custodians performing building cleaning on an evening shift.
- Organizes, schedules and supervises all repair and construction projects, with sensitivity to school seasonality and operational needs.
- Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory requirements, including work safety regulations. Oversees inspections of all building systems as needed for compliance (boiler, fire alarms, playground equipment, etc.). Serves as point of contact with regulatory bodies having jurisdiction.
- Creates and manages annual operating budget and capital renewal (PPRRSM) budget for facilities department, in conjunction with Director of Business and Finance and with advice of the Building and Grounds Committee, and controls facilities expenditures.
- Monitors and analyzes campus energy consumption, identifies energy conservation measures, and proposes changes for adoption. Calculate impacts of improvements and reports to Director of Business and Finance. Adjusts operations as indicated to reduce energy expenditures.
- Collaborates with program and staff leadership, to understand special needs and maintain quality of support to the mission (e.g. academic leaders, food service, athletics, and technology). Provides facilities support to campus events (e.g. setups and takedowns).
- Participates constructively in the strategic development and management of the campus (e.g. master plan, zoning compliance, utilities services, energy management). Reports to Director of Business and Finance and, when required, to Buildings and Grounds Committee with analysis of department activity, measures of facility performance, and is expected to identify opportunities for improvement on an ongoing basis.
- Character traits including integrity, kindness, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
- Five years of related technical work experience is required, including a minimum of two years of experience in an educational setting, independent school strongly preferred. Related experience could entail construction, plant engineer, or facility management.
- Proven personnel management skills and contractor management experience, with aptitude to judge quality of performance in all major technical trades and personal experience in at least one technical trade (carpentry, mechanical, electrical, structural). Technology user skills sufficient to prepare reports in Excel and Word, and aptitude to operate BAS (building automation system).
- Communication skills (oral and written) and confidence in conveying information to all types of members of the community, including teachers, administrators, trustees, parents, students.
- Ability to adapt behavior to function effectively in the institution’s culture.
- Commitment to the institution’s needs and readiness to respond 24/7/365 as reasonable and necessary.
- College or trade school degree or equivalent experience required, preferably in one of the following disciplines: Industrial Management, Construction Management, Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or Architecture.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
- Frequently lift equipment and materials weighing 50 pounds or more.
- Crawl, climb ladders, twist, turn and reach in completing a variety of job duties.
- Work outside in hot or cold conditions for extended periods of time.
- Work in wide variety of environments as found in all areas of the school.
Please submit a single attachment that includes the cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
Rossman School is seeking energetic and responsible substitute teachers who enjoy working with children. Responsibilities begin at 7:45 a.m. through dismissal at 3:15 p.m. The substitute’s job is to enable each student to learn in the absence of the regular teacher in a positive, kind environment.
- Bachelors degree in education or a related field
- Experience working with children
Please send a resume to Debbie Brummit at firstname.lastname@example.org.