K-12 | 1:1 Tutoring within Behavioral Health Setting
Want to work for a growing company that allows you to make a difference in the lives of children and encourages professional growth? Then come talk to us! LearnWell is a company whose core values of integrity, constant improvement, and commitment are evident in everything we do. We specialize in providing education continuity in clinical settings so that every child who needs care is able to keep up with their education.We are currently looking for a motivating and creative teacher to educate students who are receiving care for emotional and behavioral disorders in Buffalo, NY.
This part-time position will be teaching a small group of students at (no more than 10 at a time) in behavior treatment centers in Buffalo. You will help these children to stay on track with their academics while they are unable to attend their full-day traditional schools during treatment.You will be part of a team whose main focus is always the students. In our flexible and creative environment, you are able to teach various subjects and focus on teaching instead of grading! Don’t worry, our teachers are not expected to know all grade levels and subjects!
We have a network of 100+ talented educators company-wide and many other resources (such as our own curriculum for our teachers) to help you and your students be successful!
Hold a valid NY teaching certification
Have a passion for working with children
Be comfortable working with students across all subject areas
This position follows a traditional school year calendar with summers off!
Position pays $20-25/hr for 10 months (rate negotiable)
Two hours of instruction, and two hours of paid administrative time (4 hours on site daily)
We offer a very generous package of paid time off including vacation time, sick time, federal holidays, and paid school breaks. We also offer healthcare benefits that include medical, dental, and vision. Additional benefits include paid family leave options, 401K, employer sponsored life insurance policies, and annual grants for tuition reimbursement.