Empowering students with language-based learning differences grades 4-12
Employment at Siena
The Siena School is always interested in speaking with highly qualified teachers, staff and administrators that share our passion for teaching children with different learning styles. While we may not always have a position available, we are happy to learn more about your interests and keep your information on file. Given our continuing growth, it is likely that we may have a position of interest available in the future.
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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
The Siena School, grades 4-12, is entering its 14th year, with an expanding enrollment. The school serves bright college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. Experience working with students with learning differences preferred. The school is seeking to fill the following position:
Substitute Teacher Position
The Siena School seeks substitute teachers to assist with daily teaching requirements on an as-needed basis. The school serves bright college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. Experience working with students with learning differences preferred.
7th and 8th grade Science Teacher
Siena’s Science curriculum focuses on providing experiences and teaching skills for inquiry-based science education rooted in the scientific method, utilizing project based learning, differentiated instruction, and facilitation. The successful applicant will enjoy working with other educators in a collaborative environment, integrating technology in a 1:1 Chromebook environment. Additional opportunities exist for candidates with experience in outdoor education.
Music teacher (grades 4-12)
Music is an integral component of our curriculum and the candidate will provide a range of musical opportunities to students across all divisions (elementary through high school). The candidate should be a skilled musician with aptitude in a range of instruments, ideally piano, guitar, drums and voice, and demonstrate a wide array of musical interests and experiences. The successful applicant will enjoy working with other educators in a collaborative environment, planning and executing performances, and provide student centered learning experiences that are engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of students with language-based learning differences.
Hours: 10 am – 6 pm
The position provides the teacher with a range of experiences to deepen their understanding of educational pedagogy through a supportive classroom environment. Allowing an opportunity to observe best practices in classroom instruction from experienced teachers and school leaders. Responsibilities include substitute in classes as necessary, help run the afterschool homework program from 4-6 pm,
Demonstrated career interest in education
Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record
The apprentice teachers participate fully in staff development and training, including two weeks of training in August before school starts.