Work at Wolf

The Wolf School is always on the lookout for talented teachers, specialists and teaching assistants to join its dynamic team. Check below for current openings:

Summer Classroom Teacher

Monday through Thursday, July 9 – August 2, 2018

Job Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree preferred
  • Special Education certification required
  • Experience working with children who have special needs
  • Knowledge of multi-sensory teaching techniques
  • Training and knowledge of a variety of academic programs and methods for teaching math and reading
  • Knowledge of classroom behavior management

General Statement of duties and responsibilities: Work with students in summer setting, support a therapeutically guided curriculum, communicate with families, coordinate with therapists and teaching assistant to plan activities and lessons. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with occupational therapists, speech therapists and support staff to support student goals within Wolf’s Immersion Model©
  • Work with and plan for teaching assistants to reinforce and integrate lessons and activities
  • Ability to integrate and support use of educational technology resources in the classroom
  • Communicate with and update families
  • Implement positive reinforcement systems and behavior management techniques
  • Other duties as assigned

For more information view our job description

To apply please send your resume to:

Lauren Duffy Karlsson

215 Ferris Avenue

East Providence, RI 02916

lkarlsson@thewolfschool.org

Speech and Language Therapist for 2018-2019

Part-time

Available 8/29/18

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience preferred
  • Certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Licensure as a registered speech and language pathologist from the Rhode Island Department of Health
  • Certified in Speech-Language Pathology with the Rhode Island Department of Education
  • Experience with children, preferably in school settings

Description:

  • Lead the process of development, implementation, and coordination of speech and language therapy goals within the curriculum
  • Screen, assess and provide therapeutic intervention
  • Participate in joint planning to ensure SLP goals are embedded in the curriculum 
  • Work in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team
  • Attend team and planning meetings
  • Review student progress and outcomes and modify intervention programs
  • Communicate with families on a regular basis to update them on goals, progress, and strategies to reinforce at home
  • Provide parent education
  • Develop IEP’s and Learning Plans, and document progress throughout the year
  • Document lesson plans throughout the year
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences three times a year
  • Engage in ongoing professional development to stay current in the learning specialist field
  • Other duties as assigned

For more information including how to apply, view our  job description

Occupational Therapist

Part-time

Available 8/27/18

Job Requirements:

  • Licensure as a registered Occupational Therapist from the Rhode Island Department of Health
  • Certified in Occupational Therapy as a registered Occupational Therapist
  • Experience delivering sensory integrative therapy in a pediatric setting
  • Experience with implementation of assistive technology

Description:

  • Lead the process of development, implementation, and coordination of occupational therapy goals within the curriculum 
  • Screen, assess and provide therapeutic intervention
  • Participate in joint planning to ensure OT goals are embedded in the curriculum 
  • Work in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team
  • Attend team and planning meetings
  • Review student progress and outcomes and modify intervention programs
  • Communicate with families on a regular basis to update them on goals and progress
  • Provide parent and staff education
  • Develop IEP’s and Learning Plans, and document progress throughout the year
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences three times a year
  • Engage in ongoing professional development to stay current in the learning specialist and occupational therapy fields
  • Other duties as assigned

For more information including how to apply, view our job description

Classroom Teacher for 2018-2019

Job Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree required
  • Special Education certification required
  • Minimum of two years teaching experience at the elementary or middle school level working with children who have special needs
  • Knowledge of multi-sensory teaching techniques
  • Training and knowledge of a variety of academic programs and methods for teaching math and reading
  • Knowledge of various assessment measures (standardized and non-standardized) and ability to interpret data to evaluate progress
  • Knowledge of classroom behavior management and data collection

General Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

Work with students in various settings, develop and modify a therapeutically guided curriculum, generate reports to meet students’ needs, communicate with families, coordinate with therapists and plan for teaching assistants to carry out lessons. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with occupational therapists, speech therapists and support staff to develop and implement therapeutic goals within individual academic programs to carry out Wolf’s Immersion Model©
  • Teach and plan for instruction across all subjects areas
  • Work with and plan for teaching assistants to reinforce and integrate lessons
  • Participate in planning community outings to practice academic and social skills
  • Administer academic screenings/assessments to develop individualized learning plans
  • Ability to integrate and support the use of educational technology resources in the classroom
  • Communicate and meet with the Education Supervisor on a regular basis
  • Communicate and meet with Social Emotional Educator as needed
  • Communicate and update families on student progress
  • Ability to work with families in support of the home/school partnership
  • Develop IEP/Learning Plan goals and document progress throughout the year
  • Attend weekly staff meetings, and all team meetings
  • Complete educational reports twice a year
  • Participate in parent conferences three times a year
  • Consult with teachers, parents, administrators and outside professionals regarding the student’s individual classroom and home interventions
  • Engage in ongoing professional development
  • Develop and implement positive reinforcement systems and behavior management techniques in the classroom
  • Maintain documentation and data collection as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

For more information including how to apply, view our job description

Substitute Teachers for 2017-2018

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience working with children who have special needs
  • Knowledge of multi-sensory teaching techniques
  • Training and knowledge of methods for teaching preferred
  • Knowledge of classroom positive behavior management
  • Criminal History Background Check, including fingerprinting, required

General statement of duties and responsibilities:

Support students in a therapeutically guided curriculum.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with classroom team to support and implement therapeutic goals within individual academic programs to carry out Wolf’s Immersion Model©
  • Support students to implement lesson plans related to the curriculum
  • Provide support to classroom team by managing small groups under the direction of team members (if a team member is absent, act in their place if necessary)
  • Support classroom positive behavior protocols and/or academic plans for classroom and/or individual students (carry out classroom management system) 
  • Lunch/recess/snack coverage as needed
  • Other duties as assigned 

For more information, view our job description

To apply please send your resume to:

Lauren Duffy Karlsson

215 Ferris Avenue

East Providence, RI 02916

lkarlsson@thewolfschool.org

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