Teaching at Blue Oak School
Blue Oak School seeks creative, hands-on, and skilled teachers who want to work in a highly collaborative progressive school. Blue Oak teachers have a deep commitment to the well-being of children, and they take joy in spending full days in the company of exuberant young people.
Blue Oak teachers look for ways to extend learning into the community. They are confident about authentic assessment strategies, masters of disciplinary knowledge, and they embrace a “teaching for understanding” approach. They are devoted to a developmental approach to children, and they respect the importance of play in a child’s day. Blue Oak teachers are also life-long learners who model curiosity and intellectual engagement in their own lives.
Blue Oak is seeking dynamic and warm substitute teachers to fill in and support our program when needed. Please see the attached job description below. Applicants should submit a résumé and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to learning about you!
After School Program Assistant
We are seeking a thoughtful and organized person who enjoys working with kids to manage our after school program. The After School Program Coordinator assumes responsibility for day-to-day operations, supervision, and monitoring of all after school activities. This role includes supervising
students, overseeing dismissal and pick-up throughout the afternoon, logging check-in and check-out times for billing purposes, managing activity sign-ups, and supporting parents, after-school snack set-up, end of day clean-up and helping securing the school building and grounds at the end of the day. There are approximately 10, pre-scheduled, full “camp” days that are supported by this position during the school year and full-time summer camp opportunities available as well.
Part-Time Auxiliary Program Coordinator
We are seeking an auxiliary program coordinator to manage aftercare, after school classes and seasonal camps during the academic school year from August 15 – May 31 with full-time work from June 1 – August 14. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations, supervision of after school activities, special one-day camps and weeklong camps during the summer months.
We are seeking dynamic and warm substitute teachers to fill in and support our program when needed. The substitutes will provide day-long academic, socio-emotional, organizational, and behavioral support in the classroom assigned. Qualified candidates will have had some prior classroom or camp experience and possess the desire to take an active role in working with teachers and children.
Lower School Spanish (K-5)
We are seeking a dynamic Spanish teacher for our Lower School. The ideal person will infuse creativity and collaboration into their lessons, and know how to use many different approaches to bring Spanish to life in our progressive school. Teachers at Blue Oak School bring positivity, collegiality, strong work ethic, and a commitment to building warm and supportive relationships with children into the school each day. We will hire a person who understands how to provide differentiated and extended learning experiences within the context of a progressive language learning environment. The goal of our Spanish language program is to graduate students with solid Spanish language proficiency, and with a passion and ability to meaningfully engage with people of many cultural backgrounds. The position includes teaching three sections of Art (grades K-2, 200 min/wk). This is a full-time position with benefits.