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 both talented teachers, aids and 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 firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of which position you are applying for and attach your resume.
Available Job Openings
K- 6 Teacher
SunBridge is actively looking for licensed, qualified teachers for both of our locations. If you are interested in learning more about a Teaching Position please contact us.
Interested candidates should submit their materials to Superintendent, Joe Cordella at email@example.com
The Behavior Coach works with the principal, dean and community liaison in carrying out the school’s behavior programs. The Behavior Coach understands and responds to the challenges presented by today’s diverse student population. He or she aims to support the students’ academic achievement, personal and social development. This position works cooperatively with the principal, community liaison, behavioral health providers, nurse, staff, students and parents towards a positive school climate.
Essential Performance Responsibilities
Duties of the SunBridge Success Coach include, but are not limited to the following:
– Assists in the development, implementation, and evaluation of intervention programs that address the needs of at-risk students.
–Participates as needed in RTI meetings and parent meetings when behavior is the concern.
-Serves a mentor for students while providing opportunities for reflection via think sheets and conflict resolution coaching.
-Serve as a resource for staff to implement behavior interventions.
-Assist in implementing programs to promote positive students behavior as well as intervention strategies (PBIS).
-Assist staff and parents in developing and understanding student behavioral expectations.
–Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
-Demonstrated ability to manage conflict through quality decision-making and effective problem solving.
-Establishes and maintains productive, collaborative relationships with others.
-Relates to students with mutual respect while carrying out a positive and effective disciplinary program.
-Models district standards of ethics, confidentiality, and professionalism.
-Meets schedules and deadlines.
-Analyzes and interprets behavior data for the purpose of designing and modifying discipline procedures and interventions.
-Follows through with directives.
-Maintain CPI certification and complete any required paperwork.
-Energetic and positive approach to responsibilities.
-Drive to attain results; proven experience and effectiveness in improving student achievement in classroom and/or school.
-Has a positive attitude; demonstrates compassion.
-Self-motivated; able to accept criticism and grow as a result.
-Strong communication and organizational skills.
Interested candidates should submit their materials to Superintendent, Joe Cordella at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
A valid Ohio Intervention Specialist Teaching License is preferred. A long-term sub (Intervention Specialist) license would be acceptable.