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 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