EMPLOYMENT

We seek to employ dedicated and highly qualified professionals who will align themselves with our mission to empower children who have learning differences with the skills needed to become confident, independent learners.

We are committed to the professional development of all faculty and staff and offer compensation and benefits for full-time employees that include:

  • Health insurance

  • A 403(b) retirement program

  • Tuition discount for qualified faculty/staff children

  • Extensive professional development opportunities

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Woodcock-Johnson Testing Administrator


Job Description

  • Administer sections of the Woodcock Johnson Achievement tests to Hill School students on site.
  • Comply with expectations as described in the faculty handbook.
  • Support expectations as noted in the student handbook.
Position is up to five days per week between 8 AM and 3 PM (negotiable) during the weeks of April 19 - May 21. REPORTS TO: Executive Director EXPERIENCE: Training and experience in administering this test REQUIRED. COMPENSATION: $20 per hour To apply, please complete the form to the right. Send resume to the attention of Susan Harrell at director@hillwilm.org.in.




Summer Program Teachers


Session runs from Monday, June 21 through Friday, July23 Reports to: Executive Director/ Director of Education Job Description Summer Program teachers are responsible for teaching 3 classes in a 4:1 student to teacher ratio. New faculty are required to attend 2 days of training and to deliver instruction for 5 weeks. All teachers are expected to assess student levels during the beginning of the program and progress monitor skills throughout the program. Formal reporting and conferences with parents are essential to providing feedback on student progress. Essential Job Functions:

  • Teach groups of not more than four students following the individual objectives, methods, and techniques designated
  • Write progress reports
  • Participate in in-service training programs
  • Attend faculty meetings as scheduled
  • Assess student progress through written comments on progress reports
  • Participate in parent conferences
  • Participate in teacher evaluations with supervisors
  • Supervise students outside of class as scheduled
Minimum Requirements: A teaching license is required. Preference will be given to candidates with: 1) a Master's degree in learning disabilities, 2) certification in learning disabilities, and/or 3) certification in reading or mathematics. Experience with Hill programs is also preferred. The summer employment time commitment is from June 18, 2021 (workday) until July 23, 2021. New staff will be required to attend an additional day of training on June 17. The faculty time commitment on site is 8:15 a.m-12:00 p.m. daily. To apply, please complete the form to the right. Send resume to the attention of Susan Harrell at director@hillwilm.org.in.




Academic Program Teachers


REPORTS TO: Executive Director* Minimum Requirements: A teaching license is required. Preference will be given to candidates with: 1) a Master's degree in learning disabilities, 2) certification in learning disabilities, and/or 3) certification in reading or mathematics. Experience with Hill programs is also preferred. Job Description

  • Teach groups of not more than four students following the individual objectives, methods, and techniques designated by The Hill School of Wilmington’s staff and/or procedures manual.
  • Determine and outline individual objectives for each student, each semester.
  • Write progress reports as scheduled during each nine weeks.
  • Participate in professional development and training programs.
  • Attend faculty meetings as scheduled.
  • Prepare and maintain folders for substitute teachers.
  • Attend and/or participate in parent meetings as scheduled.
  • Supervise students outside of class as scheduled (Morning, Break, Parking Lot)
  • Maintain NC teaching license.
  • Serve as a resource to colleagues as part of a collaborative work team.
  • Comply with expectations as described in the faculty handbook.
* Faculty should include Director of Education in any communication and planning involving professional development, IMSLEC certification, and mentoring new teachers. To apply, please complete the form to the right. Send resume to the attention of Susan Harrell at director@hillwilm.org.in.





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The Hill School of Wilmington makes employment decisions on the basis of qualifications for a specific job and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. 

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