Regional Student Mentor
Achievement House Cyber Charter School, headquartered in Exton, PA (grades 7 through 12) is seeking Regional Mentors to work remotely and provide learning activities throughout Pennsylvania. Regional areas will initially include SE PA-Philadelphia, Central PA-York, NE PA-Scranton, and Western PA-Pittsburgh. The Regional Mentor position is a full-time, salaried, ten-month position.
The Regional Mentor provides support, guidance and information about education and opportunities to students to help them achieve their academic potential. A Mentor serves as a direct link between students and teachers, employment opportunities, and post-secondary education opportunities.
Mentors are responsible to foster and orient students; communicate with parents, students, and staff; motivate students; monitor students and problem solve with students, families, and staff. Mentors may also provide direct support to teachers in during class time to enhance learning.
In addition, Regional Mentors will be directly involved with helping the school develop regional activities such as field trips to zoos, museums, amusement parks, as well as clubs and community outreach programs such as charities, food banks and homeless shelters.
A high school degree is required. A Bachelor’s degree preferred. Previous experience working with youth in an academic or community service organization is desired. Any work in the area of student counseling is a plus. Cyber school experience is a positive factor.
Child abuse and criminal background clearances are required, including Act 168 Disclosure/Release. Must also complete Act 126 Mandated Reporter Training.
Applicants should forward their resume to: email@example.com.
Achievement House Cyber Charter School in Exton, PA (grades 7 through 12) is looking to interview for Assistant Teacher for 2021-2022 school year. This is a 10-month position.
Open positions will be in the core subject areas of English, Math, Science and Social Studies, as well as Special Education. PA certification is preferred in the respective subject area, but not required. A background in technology is helpful. Child abuse and criminal background clearances are required.
This position offers the opportunity to work from home and onsite.
Teaching responsibilities will include assisting Teachers with:
· Designing PA standards-aligned lessons and assessments for use in the Cyber environment;
· Teaching recording live lessons using an online classroom;
· Grading lesson submissions according to Achievement House protocol and maintaining records in an online grade book;
· Communicating course expectations, class times, and upcoming events to students and parents using e-mail, instant messaging, and course announcements.
· Contacting students and/or parents of students who are struggling and/or not completing assignments
· Developing and implementing programs of individual and small group help sessions on a regular basis according to student need.
We are looking to hire teachers who can effectively teach and managed their responsibilities in a cyber environment. Teachers will be trained how to use the online school portal to provide organized lessons, live classes, e-mail communications, course announcements, grading, and be able to locate resource information using search tools.
Qualified candidates must believe in ability of all students to learn, contain a skill set to help every student be a successful learner, and be committed to continuous learning. They should also be able to create fun and stimulating class projects.
For additional information on Achievement House Cyber Charter School, please visit our website at: www.achievmentcharter.com.
If you ever thought about the idea of teaching in the new are of cyber education, you owe it to yourself to submit your resume and letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Education Teacher
Achievement House Cyber Charter School located in Exton, PA (grades 7 through 12) is currently seeking a Special Education Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. The position is a full-time, salaried, ten-month position (paid over 12 months).
Work location offers a blend of onsite and/or work at home, depending on where one lives with respect to our office in Exton, PA .
The Special Education Teacher is responsible for developing, writing and maintaining IEP’s; generating required data to meet Special Education compliance; providing support to identified students via the computer and phone; working collaboratively with staff to develop accommodations and modifications of the curriculum, and communicating with parents on a regular basis. In addition, the Special Education Teacher will co-teach with subject area teachers to provide educational support to students with disabilities and any student where assistance can be beneficial.
We are looking for a candidate who possess strong and precise skills in the development and maintenance of IEPs, Quarterly Reports, and progress monitoring. Must have knowledge of state & federal regulations. Must possess computer technology skills and/or be able to learn and apply technology skills to meet the expectations of the teaching role and enhance learning. Candidate should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. A qualified candidate must believe in the ability of all students to learn, contain a skill set to help every student be a successful learner and be committed to continuous learning.
Candidates must have PA Special Education certification. Additional certification in core subject area is a plus. Prior experience in a cyber school setting is beneficial but not required. FBI and child abuse clearances required. Must also complete Act 126 Mandated Reporter Training.
Applicants should forward their resume via e-mail at: email@example.com.
Achievement House is an Equal Opportunity Employer