Current Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in working at Positive Tomorrows. Check out our current openings below:

4th-Grade Teacher — 2023-24 school year

An elementary teacher at Positive Tomorrows is the primary educational service provider for their students and must maintain a trauma-informed and progressive approach to educating students. The elementary teacher is responsible for providing an educational atmosphere where students experiencing homelessness have the opportunity for academic, physical, and socio-emotional growth, as directed by the Purpose Statement, Mission Statement, and Strategic Plan. The elementary teacher is responsible for organizing, implementing, and tracking an instructional program that will result in accelerated academic growth in assigned students. Strong classroom management skills are essential.

Title I Reading/Math Teacher—up to 20 hours per week

Positive Tomorrows is hiring a reading/math interventionist who is well-versed in the Science of Reading. The teacher will develop lesson plans and work with at-risk students to help them master reading and math skills. This includes pre-teaching or reteaching of math concepts and vocabulary words. Teacher will work with students either one-on-one or in small groups of no more than 3.

Kitchen Lead

The Kitchen Lead is a full-time staff member of Positive Tomorrows. As Kitchen Lead, the staff member is responsible for the preparation, cooking, and serving of school meals including breakfast, lunch, and snack, while following nutrition guidelines. The Kitchen Lead will provide a safe and calm cafeteria environment. Work hours are 8 hours daily.

Part-time Driver – Benefits included!

The Driver is a part-time staff member of Positive Tomorrows, responsible for safely delivering children to and from the school in Positive Tomorrows transportation.  Vehicles to be driven include a school bus, 15-passenger vans, or other vehicles.  Work hours may vary, but primarily begin at a specified time in the morning and again in the afternoon, lasting until the daily route is completed.  In addition to the regular school route, the driver may be asked to report for other Positive Tomorrows activities.

Applicants should either have a current CDL class A, B with passenger and school endorsements -OR- be willing to obtain CDL within 6 months of employment. Positive Tomorrows will cover the cost of CDL training and testing

This part-time position will receive health and dental insurance as well as paid time off.