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Senior Residential Mentor at ASMSA

Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA)

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA), a campus of the University of Arkansas System, is a two-year residential high school for academically talented 11th and 12th grade students. ASMSA invites applications for Senior Residential Mentor beginning August 1, 2017. This is a ten-month live-in position. A Bachelor’s degree is required, plus one year experience as a Residential Mentor, and a demonstrated ability in verbal and written communication. This position is responsible for the oversight and safety of students. The position includes room and board while school is in session. The work schedule is varied and evenings and weekend shifts are required. Following the first semester of employment, the position also requires employees to begin pursuit of a Graduate degree program, enrolling in at least one course each semester toward timely completion. Submit an application, cover letter, resume and three professional references to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The application can be found at: www.asmsa.org/employment-opportunities. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary range is $20,000-22,000 per year, and benefits include a tuition discount at UA System schools for many graduate programs. Call 501-622-5172 for more information, or visit the web page at www.asmsa.org.  Candidate must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident. ASMSA is an AA/EOE.

Student Life Advisor at LSMSA

Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA)

Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts is seeking a Student Life Advisor.

The primary duty of the Student Life Advisor (SLA) is to create and maintain a positive living/learning environment for the students in their care. Each SLA works independently with his/her group of students (approximately 30-40 students) and collectively with the other staff to ensure that student care, development, and safety needs are met.

In addition to programming responsibilities, SLAs who enjoy being involved in many aspects of campus life can elect to sponsor clubs and student organizations or to serve on campus networks. SLAs can also plan or chaperone social or educational off-campus trips.

Specific responsibilities include supervising the student sign-out process, conducting nightly room checks to assure that all students are accounted for in the building, conducting weekly room-inspection, transporting students as needed (in school vehicles), enforcing policies, and planning and implementing social and educational programming.

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Business Manager/Human Resources Officer at MSSM

The Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM)

The Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM) seeks a self-motivated individual with excellent communication and interpersonal skills to lead its Business/Human Resources Department. The Business Manager / Human Resources Officer oversees all aspects of the school’s finances such as monthly financials and budget preparation; Human Resource functions (hiring, retention and development of the highest quality staff; insurances, and the filing of all financial and human resources reports to the appropriate government reporting agency. This position staffs the Finance and Facilities Committee of the MSSM Board of Trustees.

The successful candidate develops a healthy rapport with the MSSM community and facilitates open and regular planning and communications regarding finance and human resources.

Qualifications: A successful candidate must have at least five years of business and human resources experience in a formal, business (school) setting.

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Math Curriculum Designer at RePublic High School in Nashville

RePublic High School

Who We Are

RePublic Schools is a network of high-performing public charter schools based in Nashville, TN and Jackson, MS with a mission to reimagine public education in the South and prepare all of our scholars to graduate from college. In addition to providing a world-class traditional academic curriculum, we empower our students to be change-makers by teaching them to code – starting in the 5th grade. 

Despite the fact that our scholars come from traditionally underserved communities (approximately 85% identify as low-income, and nearly 95% as students of color), we have seen them defy the odds to achieve outstanding results. RePublic’s schools have scored in the top 5% of all open-enrollment public schools across the state of Tennessee for both student growth and absolute achievement – making ours the first (and only) charter schools in state history to achieve this dual distinction.

At RePublic, we cultivate a cohesive community of families, staff, and scholars committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure our scholars succeed. We are looking for a dynamic, determined Math Curriculum Designer to lock arms with our school teams in Nashville, TN for the 2016-2017 school year. Candidates must share our unwavering belief that all children can achieve at high levels and change the world. Sound like you?

What You’ll Do

Overview

Reporting to the Director of Math, RePublic’s Math Curriculum Designer will execute on RePublic’s vision and strategy for math instruction across the growing RePublic Schools network by developing high-quality math curriculum for either lower (5th-6th grade) or upper (7th-8th grade) middle school students. 

Responsibilities 

The Math Curriculum Designer will:

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