Are you ready to shape the future?

Are you ready to work in a fast-paced, high-energy environment while working to shape future generations of students? SunBridge Schools is looking for staff to build an up-and-coming charter school in the Toledo, Ohio area.

Are you that person? Check the listings to see if an opening fits your skill set and talents.

How to Apply

Please email with the subject line of which position you are applying for and attach your resume and relevant credentials.

Available Job Openings

  • Building Substitute Teacher

    Building Substitute Teacher

    SunBridge Schools is looking for an energetic and motivated teacher to work with our students in grades K-6. Candidates must be able to maintain an Ohio Teaching, Substitute, or Paraprofessional License and pass a background check.


    Building Substitute responsibilities include:

    •         Follow classroom teacher lesson plans in a way that ensures consistency and optimal learning, and that encourages students to participate
    •         Assign classwork and homework as necessary, according to lesson plans
    •         Maintain a well-managed classroom and positive learning environment
    •         Supervise students out of class, such as in the hallways and in the cafeteria
    •         Ability to travel between buildings if needed
    •         Other classroom, office and building support functions as assigned


    Interested candidates should email their resume, cover letter and any applicable licenses to our Superintendent Joe Cordella at with the title of the position they are applying for in the subject line.

  • Intervention Specialist

    We are searching for an intervention specialist on a full-time basis to support instruction to our students who need additional services or are on Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs). This position would report to the Principal.


    Interested candidates should email their resumes and materials to the Superintendent, Joe Cordella.




    • Comply with the Operating Standards for Ohio’s Schools Serving Children with Disabilities, regarding placement, instruction, and evaluation of students with disabilities
    • Establish an effective instructional program for students with disabilities that is aligned with the Ohio Academic Content Standards.
    • Prepare daily lesson plans, plan strategies, and activities to meet the identified needs of students, implement student individual education plan (IEP)
    • Participate in IEP meetings and IEP development; write goals and objectives for students entering the program
    • Participate in completing Evaluation Team Reports (ETRs)
    • Acts as resource person for classroom teachers regarding strategies, adaptations, and resource materials.
  • School Technology Support

    The School Technology Support works under the direction of the Superintendent and is responsible for training, modeling and assisting teachers in integrating technology in the classroom. This position is meant to support the staff in bringing about transformational change in the lives of our students.



    • Experience with Microsoft Office and Google Apps for Education
    • Experience with School Databases, School Information System (SIS) or other information systems
    • Ability to support the school administrative team with data entry and accurate record keeping


    Scope of Work

    • Teach and implement a comprehensive technology program to provide a comprehensive technological ecosystem for the school.
    • Provide assistance to teachers and staff with technology issues such as email, google drive, etc.
    • Serve as liaison to our network support team.
    • Manage the implementation and support for our school databases and School Information Systems
    • Help troubleshoot hardware issues with printers, SMART Boards, etc.
    • Work with our treasurer to track purchasing of software, licenses, etc.
    • reimbursements and tracking budget goals in coordination with the Director of Operations


    Additional Duties

    • This position would also be expected to help out with the maintenance of our school website as well as our profile on social media platforms
    • As we are driven by our mission to bring about transformational change, this position may at times be asked to assist with chaperoning or supervising children both in or out of the classroom


    Please email Superintendent Joe Cordella with resume and materials at

  • SPED Aide

    We are searching for SPED paraprofessionals on a full-time basis to support instruction to our students who need additional services or are on Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs). This position would work with our Intervention Specialists and report to the Director of Special Education.

    Interested candidates should email their resumes and materials to the Superintendent, Joe Cordella.


    Reports to: Building Principal and Director of Special Education. Takes daily direction from designated teacher(s).

    Education and Experience

    • Ohio Educational Aide Permit or ability to obtain one required

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    •    Strong writing, grammar, reading, and basic math skills
    •    Ability to assist with academic work ranging from kindergarten to 6th grade level
    •    Proficient technology skills
    •    Adheres to strict confidentiality standards
    •    Ability to lift 40 pounds to assist students with mobility, toilet, etc.
    •    Ability to work cooperatively and respectfully with staff, students, parents and the public
    •    Good organizational skills
    •    Demonstrates reliability, timeliness and good attendance.

    Essential Functions

    •    Under the guidance and direction of special education and classroom teachers, support the implementation of the instructional program. Understand and assist in implementing the students’ Individual Education Plans.
    •    Collect student data to assist teachers in monitoring student progress. Maintain accurate and complete records as required by law, district procedures and teacher or administrative request. Complete and submit reports on time.
    •    Support a classroom climate that is conducive to learning. Assist with behavioral interventions and help maintain discipline.
    •    Perform duties necessary to support students who need assistance with daily life/health related activities as assigned by the teacher(s).
    •    Supervise students in classrooms, corridors, restrooms, cafeterias, bus loops, and other designated areas.
    •    Maintain clear and complete communication with the teachers of record. Follow plans as outlined by educational teams. Communicate with teacher in advance to get approval to alter the implementation of the plan.
    •    Assist teachers with the preparation and duplication of instructional materials.
    •    Comply with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act by maintaining strict confidentiality of information about all students.
    •    Work collaboratively with colleagues.  Participate as requested in team or department meetings, IEP meetings, staff meetings, professional development, and/or other committees as appropriate or assigned.
    •    Maintain professional responsibility for keeping aware and informed of job related information by accessing the employee’s district-provided mail box, email, and/or voice mail daily.
    •    Perform other related duties as assigned.

    Working Conditions

    • Possible contact with unruly students

    Interested candidates should submit their materials to Superintendent, Joe Cordella at