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 including how to apply, view our job description

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

Music Teacher for 2018-2019

Part-time

Available 8/27/18

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Required, Master’s Degree preferred
  • All Grades Music certification preferred
  • Minimum of two years teaching experience at the elementary or middle school level and/or working with children who have complex learning styles
  • Knowledge of multi-sensory teaching techniques
  • Training and knowledge of a variety of music programs and methods for teaching

General Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsible for teaching music education to complex learners K-8, and for collaborating with classroom teams to support the overall curriculum. Responsible to implement unique curricula for each grade level taught.  The focus may include but is not limited to the history of music, vocal performance, explorations of varying styles of music, teaching basic skills in music understanding/appreciation, harmony, explorations in music and exposure to various musical instruments. A successful candidate will recognize and guide students’ interests and abilities to help them discover and develop talents in the field of music and to develop basic knowledge and skills in listening to and reading music.

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

Please send resumes to:

Lauren Duffy Karlsson

215 Ferris Avenue

East Providence, RI 02916

lkarlsson@thewolfschool.org

215 Ferris Avenue, East Providence, RI 02916 | 401-432-9940