Employment

Below are the listings of current employment opportunities with D-E 360º

AfterCare & Enrichment Program Director for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Dwight-Englewood School, a diverse, co-educational, college prep independent day school serving over 1,000 students from preschool through grade twelve, seeks an experienced, energetic leader to join a team of professionals responsible for innovative and authentic aftercare and enrichment programming! We have available through DE360° an opening for a part-time AfterCare & Enrichment Program Director, responsible for the successful operation of the after school programs.  The hours for this position are 2:00 – 6:30 p.m. school days for the 2017-2018 school year, and 8-hour professional development days when school is not in session for “Discovery Day” programming.  The after school program falls under the umbrella of programs offered through DE360° and delivers high quality homework support, instruction, and enrichment to approximately 75-100 students ages three to eleven. The AfterCare & Enrichment Program Director reports directly to the Director of D-E 360°.

Responsibilities include the following:

• Developing innovative and engaging programming for AfterCare & Enrichment programs

• Managing all aspects of the Lower School afterschool programs, maintaining a safe and effective learning environment.

• Hiring/scheduling faculty/staff for Lower School afterschool programs as well as “Discovery Days” during professional days when classes are not in session, as well as faculty childcare at the opening and closing of the academic year.

• Managing contacts with students, their families and staff members and serving as an ambassador of the DE360° programs.

Qualifications:
The position requires a minimum of 5 years of teaching and/or administrative experience at a public or private school or youth-serving organization. BA required (advanced degree preferred). Commitment to and experience in working with young people, strong entrepreneurial, organizational and leadership skills, and commitment to the Dwight-Englewood School vision are essential. The capacity to build relationships, inspire confidence, enjoy interaction with a wide range of people, and the ability to collaborate are also desired qualities.

Inquiries & Applications:
E-mail Dr. Sherronda Brown, Director of D-E 360° at browns@d-e.org by August 21, 2017

 

AfterCare & Enrichment Part-Time Teacher Openings for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Dwight-Englewood School, a diverse, co-educational, college prep independent school serving over 1,000 students from preschool through grade twelve, seeks an experienced, dynamic learner to join a team of professionals responsible for delivering innovative and authentic programming! We are seeking to fill part-time teacher positions. Hours for these positions are 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. after school days for the 2017-2018 school year.

Lead Preschool Teacher – AfterCare 

The preschool AfterCare program is designed for children ages 3, 4, and 5 year-olds.  The teacher leading this group focuses on engaging young learners in games and projects; facilitating group games; playing sports and engaging in other types of play with the students; as well as leading projects such as cooking, writing, arts and crafts, photography, treasure hunts, and more.

Important skills include the ability to help resolve conflicts and help students try new things in the safety and comfort of our nourishing preschool environment. The Lead Preschool AfterCare teacher instills cooperative community values.  Most importantly, the teacher is expected to make the after school time as engaging as it can possibly be! A Bachelor’s degree and experience with preschool age children are required.

Inquiries & Applications:

E-mail Dr. Sherronda Brown, Director of DE360° at browns@d-e.org by August 21, 2017

Homework Club/Flex AfterCare Teacher

DE360° seeks to infuse students’ after-school experience with exploration and inquiry. Being an AfterCare teacher in the Lower School requires enthusiasm and ingenuity.  The responsibilities vary greatly, including support for Homework Club as well as engaging students in active play.

Candidate should be able to work with a range of students to complete tasks such as homework, various activities and to manage conflict resolution. Strong communication and organizational skills are a must. Candidate must be flexible with leading and supporting to ensure a strong group dynamic. Candidates should also enjoy a collaborative work setting, and have experience leading 20 minute projects in fields such as math, art, science, recreational sports, etc. A Bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years experience leading groups of students of varying ages are required.

Inquiries & Applications:

E-mail Dr. Sherronda Brown, Director of DE360° at browns@d-e.org by August 21, 2017