Careers with ReadSource
We always are looking for talented, driven professionals to join the team. Below are our current job openings.
A ReadSource remediation specialist uses her/his extensive knowledge of the science of reading and experience with teaching reading to advance the literacy skills of struggling readers at ReadSource’s partner schools.
- Minimum of a B.S.
- Extensive and documented experience with the teaching of reading, preferably with the Orton Gillingham Approach or an Orton Gillingham based program (e.g., Wilson Reading, Really Great Reading, Kendore, Lindamood-Bell, etc.)
- Extensive education experience, and a passion for working with students in an urban, high needs environment
- Flexibility and willingness to prioritize a mission and goal over a prescribed plan or curriculum
The Communications Coordinator is an administrative role that supports the Communications Department in developing, executing, monitoring, and evaluating communication strategies and campaigns that bolster and support the missions of The Schenck School and its community outreach arm, ReadSource. The Communications Coordinator acts as a brand ambassador of both The Schenck School and ReadSource. As such, you will stay up-to-date with the latest communications and marketing trends, as well as recommend strategies and solutions to maintain and elevate The Schenck School and ReadSource brands. This is an ideal position for someone who wants to learn and experience every aspect of communications and marketing, from print to digital.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Three to five years of experience in communications, marketing, journalism, or public relations.
The Schenck School is currently hiring Classroom Teachers for kindergarten through sixth grade. The Schenck School Classroom Teachers support the mission of the School by cultivating a positive, supportive classroom environment and creatively adapting and implementing lessons and materials to reach each student.
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
- A passion for working with K-6 students with dyslexia
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to build strong relationships and work collegially with fellow teachers and administrators
- Ability to maintain positive and proactive relationships with teachers, administrators, and parents
- Experience with and knowledge of dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities
- Knowledge of the Orton-Gillingham approach and/or other dyslexia-related remediation approaches is preferred
- Proficiency with technology and an ability to integrate technology into the classroom
The Librarian at The Schenck School assists the School in supporting its mission–to build a solid educational foundation for students with dyslexia and develop their rich potential–by developing and overseeing, in collaboration with teachers and administration, a library program that supports efforts to teach reading, to promote love of reading, and to develop our students’ ability to use effectively and knowledgeably print and online resources.
- Bachelor's or Master’s degree in School Library Media or Library and Information Science or as an add-on to another major.
- Coursework or training in Special Education preferred, particularly in the area of language-based learning disabilities.
The Schenck School seeks a dynamic and experienced Director of Development to lead all aspects of advancement for the School and its affiliated nonprofit organization, ReadSource. The successful candidate will be an energetic, self-motivated professional, skilled at building relationships and developing a culture of philanthropy. The start date is flexible, between July 10 and August 7, 2023. The first months of the job will be transitional, working with the outgoing Director.
- Experience in a school leadership role
- Experience as a supervisor
- Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of seven years of fundraising experience
- Successful track record of strategic planning and annual and capital solicitations. Outstanding writing and editing skills are required
- Ability and desire to build personal relationships on behalf of the School
- Understanding of, or commitment to learning about dyslexia and related conditions
- Analytical skills and ability to synthesize information to determine candidate’s fit with our program
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
- Strong organizational skills, necessary for managing multiple tasks simultaneously