Current Job Openings

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EHS Teacher’s Assistant/Prekindergarten-6th Grade Floater (Part-time)

The Early Head Start (EHS) Teacher’s Assistant at Positive Tomorrows is an educational service provider of the Early Head Start classroom. The EHS Teacher Assistant is responsible for implementing and evaluating child development experiences for enrolled children. The EHS Teacher Assistant operates a safe, diverse, and developmentally appropriate classroom in accordance with all applicable requirements.

The Classroom Assistant (CA) Floater position provides vital support to Prekindergarten through 6th grade teachers and other staff in the provision of services to students at Positive Tomorrows.  The CA Floater assists the education staff by providing an educational atmosphere where students experiencing homelessness have the opportunity for academic, socio-emotional, and physical growth. Under the lead and guidance of the Director of Education and Education and Extracurricular Coordinator, the CA Floater is responsible for providing support for each child and will step into the teacher or Classroom Assistant role as needed.

Title I Reading/Math Teacher for Grades 5 and 6 (Half-time)

Positive Tomorrows is hiring a half-time 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. The teacher will work with students either one-on-one or in small groups of no more than 3.

Transition Coordinator

Positive Tomorrows is looking for a Transition Coordinator. This position is responsible for implementing case management and outreach efforts of Positive Tomorrows to parents and the community as directed by the Purpose Statement, Mission Statement and Strategic Plan.

The Transition Coordinator provides care navigation, advocacy, and support services for current PT families, students transitioning to public school, community students experiencing homelessness, and former PT students and families.