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- Teaching & Learning
- Support The School
The following positions are open currently:
The Institutional Advancement Database Administrator’s primary responsibility is managing this independent elementary school’s Blackbaud databases in support of the Offices of Admissions, Development and Communications, as well as the Business Office and the main school office.
The Institutional Advancement Database Administrator will evaluate operations, analyze data and information, and recommend solutions to help achieve strategic department and institutional goals. The individual will closely collaborate with colleagues in admissions, development, alumni relations, communications, finance, technology, and other relevant school departments to grow a culture of increased efficiency, engagement, enrollment and philanthropy.
The Institutional Advancement Database Administrator will report to both the Director of Institutional Advancement and the Director of Technology.
Job Requirements and Expectations:
To apply please email resume and cover letter to blackbaud [at] bzaeds [dot] org.
BZAEDS is seeking two shadow teachers, one to work one-on-one with a fifth-grade student and one to work one-on-one with a sixth-grade student, both in the classroom environment. Shadow teachers will work closely with teachers, social workers and outside service providers to administer behavior interventions, remediate social skillsand provide consistency across milieus during the school day.
We seek individuals with knowledge of child development, classroom dynamics, sensory integration, curriculum differentiation and positive behavior support, and/or a willingness to learn. Candidates with a background in elementary education, social work and/or special education desired. Bachelor's degree or minimum of 2-3 years experience in a school preferred. Please email a cover letter and resume to shadowteacher [at] bzaeds [dot] org to apply. Full-time candidates will be considered.
BZAEDS seeks a middle school Jewish studies and Hebrew language teacher for a maternity leave beginning August 19 and continuing until Thanksgiving. The qualified candidate will be a native or fluent speaker of Hebrew and able to conduct classes Ivrit b'Ivrit. The coverage is for an accelerated fifth-grade and sixth-grade class. In addition to Hebrew language, the curriculum includes teaching sefer B'reisheet, chagim and tefila. The maternity substitute teacher also will fill in as an advisor in fifth grade.
Please send resumes to tgarfinkel [at] bzaeds [dot] org (Head of Jewish Studies )tgarfinkel [at] bzaeds [dot] org (Tzivia Garfinkel).
Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School seeks a warm, talented educator who will serve as a team teacher for our nursery (3-year-old) students
in the morning and a team teacher in our JK All-Stars (4-year-olds) extended-day program in the afternoon.
Qualified candidates should submit a letter and resume to drostami [at] bzaeds [dot] org (Head of Early Childhood Debbie Rostami).
Middle School Humanities Teacher & Advisor
Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School seeks a warm, passionate educator to serve as a full-time humanities (reading, writing, history) teacher and middle school advisor. The ideal candidate will love working with fifth- and sixth-grade students, have strong interpersonal skills inclusive of written and oral communication skills, be a collaborative team player, and be excited about integrating humanities with technology and other middle-school programs.
An ability to instill students with a passion for learning is essential. Additionally, the candidate must be able to cultivate critical thinking, conduct reading and writing workshops that explicitly develop skills while nurturing a love of reading and writing, develop student voice in written expression, and support exploration of a diversity of concepts through cross curricular connections. Experience with the Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing Workshop model, Fountas and Pinnell’s reading inventory approach, as well as Understanding by Design planning is valued.
This position is inclusive of being an advisor on one of the four middle-school advising teams. The BZAEDS Advisory program strives to foster student social and emotional growth and well being, support student success both in and out of the classroom, and provide a structure for service learning. Therefore, experience with Responsive Classroom as a framework for organizing advisory time is prefered. Overall, the ideal candidate will have the drive and ability to empower students to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to MSHR [at] bzaeds [dot] org.
Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School is seeking candidates for substitute teachers for all grades and disciplines, including Jewish studies for the 2013-2014 school year. Previous teaching experience required. Please send inquiries and/or resume to HR04 [at] bzaeds [dot] org or fax to 773.281.4709, ATTN: SUBSTITUTE.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School has a long-standing policy of equal employment opportunity for every person regardless of age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship.
BZAEDS recruits, hires and promotes individuals without regard to these characteristics, and all staffing decisions are based solely on the qualifications of each individual and the legitimate educational needs of our students.
BZAEDS does not discriminate in working conditions, physical facilities or any other terms, conditions or privileges of employment, including transfer, compensation, training, promotion, demotion or separation based on age, race, color, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry or citizenship. BZAEDS seeks to provide a work environment that is free from discrimination, intimidation and harassment based on any of these characteristics