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Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher - Newark

newabout 15 hours ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher (2019-20) to teach Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city.Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college.We do so with a uniq

Upper Elementary School (3rd or 4th Grade) Teacher - Newark

newabout 16 hours ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking an Upper Elementary School Teacher to teach 3rd or 4th Grade for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city.Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college.We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring,

Military Vets: Get a CDL and a Truck Driver Job!| Now Hiring in Elizabeth,NJ! - Newark

newabout 17 hours ago
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CDL or No CDL? Doesn't Matter!We Train, We Hire - Guaranteed.Whether you need a CDL, Job, or both; we have you covered. At C.R. England, we train new drivers and hire experienced drivers. We are seeking truck drivers that have a safe and clean record and can handle 12 Gears, 18 Wheels, 40 Tons, 80 Feet, and 400 Horsepower! If that sounds anything like you, Apply Now. At C.R. England, You Choose Your Lane, You Choose Your Position, and You Get ALL the Benefits!Who Are We? C.R. England is a world class organization and one of the top trucking and transportation companies in the country. In fact, we are the nation’s largest refrigerated transportation carrier. C.R. England is known to have one of the best train to hire programs in the country. We also are one of the safest carriers in the transportation industry. The company has become an industry leader in providing temperature-controlled truckload, brokerage, intermodal, and container service. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, C.R. England operates in the 48 contiguous States, Canada, and Mexico and maintains terminals in California, Colorado, Texas, New Jersey, and South Carolina. The company also operates five driving schools across the country.You don't need have any previous job experience as transportation driver, truck driver, taxi driver, courier driver or delivery driver. Looking for an alternative career path to becoming a(n) Fabricator, Maintenance and Repair Worker, or Construction Laborer, then do consider joining us. We take extreme pride in our drivers at C.R. England. They are the lifeblood of our business. Career opportunities, training, lucrative pay and stability are just a few of the staples we offer when you drive with us. You have the backing of a driver manager to help you along the way, CareerTrak to find a lane that suits you, our mobile app CRE Toolbox for on-the-go communication, and much more. As a family-owned, customer and employee focused corporation since 1920, we are driven to maintain our leadership role through time-tested services, technology, and processes. Our entrepreneurial culture and values enable us to expand reliable services while keeping our commitments to public safety, social responsibility and financial stability.Why choose C.R. England's Training? Tuition Covered Training for StudentsTravel & Hotel Costs Covered17 Day CDL License ProgramStability & Success since 1920School LocationsWe currently hire new truck drivers from across the nation. We will pay for your travel to get to the right school location for you! Each of the schools, is set up to provide the best CDL training that a truck driver needing CDL training could ask for. The quality of education obtained at Premier truck driving schools is among the best the industryAbout Premier Truck Driving Schools: Premier truck driving schools is a world-class program, considered among the best in the trucking industry. With an emphasis on driver safety, this comprehensive program combines classroom training with on-truck and over-the-road driver training. Completion of the program results in a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and a guaranteed job as a C.R. England truck driver upon meeting our hiring requirements.Premier truck driving schools trains drivers better because C.R. England guarantees a trucking job upon completion of the CDL training and upon meeting our hiring requirements. Since you will be driving for us, we want you to be fully prepared to launch your CDL career.You Get ALL the BenefitsWeekly Pay & Consistent Home TimeHealth Benefits & 401k ParticipationPaid Vacation & Bonus IncentivesUnlimited Cash Referral Program Better Pay, Home Time, and Miles - Apply Now.

High School Math Teacher - Newark

newabout 20 hours ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Math Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.High School Math Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.High School Math Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

Upper Elementary School (3rd or 4th Grade) Teacher - Newark

newabout 22 hours ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking an Upper Elementary School Teacher to teach 3rd or 4th Grade for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Upper Elementary School (3rd or 4th Grade) Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Upper Elementary School (3rd or 4th Grade) Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

Substitute Teacher

new1 day ago
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…that connects substitute teachers to schools in need, is looking for educators in Newark with a NJ teaching credential or substitute permit to join our

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Psychiatrist

new1 day ago
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…Psychiatrist to join our healthcare team at Essex Juvenile Detention Center, located in Newark NJ . Qualifications of the Corizon Health Psychiatrist * Must be a

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Sr Oncology Specialist - Newark , NJ (Blue Team)

new1 day ago
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Territory: Newark , NJ (Blue Team)Covering: Newark , Hackensack, Jersey City, Livingston, Maplewood, and Belleville No relocation assistance provided for this

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Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher - Newark

new1 day ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher (2019-20) to teach Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher (2019-20) Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Lower Elementary School /Early Childhood Teacher (2019-20) QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

High School Math Teacher - Newark

new1 day ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Math Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city.Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college.We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and b

High School Social Studies Teacher/History Teacher - Newark

new1 day ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city.Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college.We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, diffe

Middle School Math Teacher

new1 day ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a Middle School Math Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Middle School Math Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Middle School Math Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

High School Director - Newark

new1 day ago
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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Director.GREAT OAKS LEGACY OVERVIEW The Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative charter public school in Newark NJ, serving 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on five campuses across the city.Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college.Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country.We have high academic and behavioral e

Speech Language Pathologist, CFY - Newark

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We are interviewing Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Fellows (CFs) for our school-based openings for the 19/20 SY in Newark, NJ Let us help guide you through your CFY and beyond Our goal is to provide an unparalleled First-Year experience through a variety of resources, mentorship and professional training that will empower your development as a therapist and throughout your career. We are an ASHA certified continuing education provider and believe in providing opportunities to learn and grow Job Requirements Master’s Degree from an accredited university CCC or CFY State Licensure or process of receiving State License Background check and fingerprinting required As a company with a strong value system and a social conscience, we invest in your future through mentoring, clinical support, continuing education, professional development, wellness benefits and a variety of resources that will empower you as a clinician throughout your first year and throughout your career. As part of the Stepping Stones Group team you can receive: Competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes student loan repayment options, travel options, professional development stipend, license and CEU reimbursement, health benefits, 401K, wellness stipend and much more Unparalleled national clinical support by some of the nation’s foremost experts in school-based services Pathways to Success which includes ( Foundations Mentoring Program & Bloom) $1000 Referral bonus for every full-time, school-based friend you refer, that we hire Robust corporate Giving-Back Program - Stepping Up for a Cause Access to Bridge Academy with CEU courses offered at no cost to you - All year long We believe in putting the needs of children first. We achieve that by making sure we put you in positions that are just right for you, and we know what it takes to thrive in your career, so call us today

Middle School Social Studies Teacher

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a Middle School Social Studies Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Middle School Social Studies Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Middle School Social Studies Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

GOLCS Teacher Gateway Program (Internal Applicants Only) - Newark

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is seeking candidates for our spring 2019 Gateway to Teaching Program in partnership with Relay Graduate School of Education!Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is partnering with Relay Graduate School of Education for our 2nd spring teacher training program, the Great Oaks Legacy Gateway to Teaching Program. This year's program will start in January 2019 and ramp participants up for teaching or teacher resident roles in fall 2019.Successful candidates will be offered conditional employment as a teacher or teacher resident for the 2019-20 school year and have the opportunity to enroll in the Relay GSE Residency or Alternate Route Teaching program in August 2019.QualificationsCandidate must be a current or former Great Oaks Legacy Tutor Corps member or Academic Support and must possess:Relentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.GPA must meet minimum requirements for NJ DOE certification (3.0 or 2.75 with Praxis flex rules).Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge.Effective track record/evaluations as a member of the Tutor Corps or Academic Support team.About UsThe mission of the Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is to prepare its students to succeed in college. We do this by instilling in students the respect, integrity, self-discipline, and excellence necessary to be successful in college and to pursue a career of their choice. We strongly believe that all students can succeed in an atmosphere of high expectations and caring relationships where they receive considerable individual attention. What sets GO schools apart from other college preparatory charters is a high-dosage tutoring model. The Great Oaks Tutor Corps is a selective cadre of recent college graduates who deliver at least two hours of individualized instruction to every student every day.Great Oaks Legacy was founded with the explicit mission to change the dismal odds that a low-income minority student in Newark currently has of ever obtaining a college degree. Our mission is to prepare students to succeed in college.Great Oaks Legacy is a No Excuses school with high standards, a rigorous college-prep curriculum, small cohorts of students, individualized tutoring and personal support and care for each student.Applicants who meet the requirements above, must submit resume, cover letter, and transcripts by January 7th, 2019.

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High School Social Studies Teacher/History Teacher - Newark

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

Elementary School Special Education Teacher (Self-Contained Teacher) - Newark

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is seeking an Elementary School Special Education Teacher (Self-Contained Teacher) for the 2018-19 School year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewThe Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative charter public school in Newark NJ, serving 1,250 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on three campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country.We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. Our students, for example, are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements:Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – Longer school days than traditional schools. Weekend sessions and summer school for students who are struggling.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from K-12. Advanced Placement and real college courses for all juniors and seniors.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.TEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Special Education Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student.2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods.4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Special Education Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university. GPA must meet minimum requirements for NJ DOE certification.Demonstrated mastery of Math and Science content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Teacher of Students with Disabilities endorsement or ability to add endorsement to certification. Note: School can assist with adding endorsement.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHYOur students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college.Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

High School English Language Arts Teacher - Newark

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School English Language Arts Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.High School English Language Arts Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.High School English Language Arts Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

Middle School Math Teacher

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is seeking a Middle School Math Teacher for the 2018-19 School year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewThe Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative charter public school in Newark NJ, serving 1,250 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on three campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country.We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. Our students, for example, are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The schools mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task Longer school days than traditional schools. Weekend sessions and summer school for students who are struggling.High expectations Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from K-12. Advanced Placement and real college courses for all juniors and seniors.Effective Instruction World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.TEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.Middle School Math Teacher Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.Middle School Math Teacher QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of Math content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek through formal and informal feedback to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

CyberArk PAS

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CyberArk PAS Location Newark NJ Duration Full time Willingness to work with stakeholders from different geographies Good-to-Have Experience in infrastructure administration Major incident resolution that involves Analyze, design, build, and test workarounds and application changes Onboarding of accounts for new platforms Trouble shooting PAM failure issues Resolving Password Reconciliation issue Resolve CPM Password failure issue Design new safe for new platforms CyberArk Platform Policy configurationchanges CyberArk Master Policy configurationchanges Adding exception in policies Handling business queries Participating in DR Drill activities

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Location Newark NJ Duration Full time ISAM 9.0.x , IBM Directory Server, Experience in deploying ISAM based solutions in Azure, IBM Directory Integrator Good Communication skills Willingness to work with stakeholders from different geographies Experience in .NET and MQ applications Understand project requirements and use-cases for ISAM9.0 deployment into Azure Data Centers Review product and solution design for ISAM9 build Setup and manage DB2, SQL Server, Oracle, andor other enterprise-class RDBMS Install and configure ISAM9.0.x product components into Azure data centers Document ISAM 9.0.x solution build steps for future reference and refinement Demonstrate knowledge of one or more of the following operating systems Windows, i5OS, zOS, AIX, andor Linux Experience as a member of a technical project team, from design through delivery Good knowledge of software development principles and design patterns Extensive knowledge and skills in architecting Access ManagementSSO Federation system in a large, complex organization. Demonstrate experience in interfacing Access ManagementSSO systems to other enterprise systems Experience with Enterprise DirectoryDirectory Integration (IBM Directory Server Directory Integrator) Experience in evaluating load tests, capacity planning for TAMeb, and application configuration on Windows experience with Web Services and SOA Experience with .NET technologies Success managing Enterprise applications using IBM Security Access Manager including outstanding uptime and throughput. Knowledge and skills operating Directory systems in a large, complex organization.

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AS400 Newark, NJ TECHNICAL SKILLS Languages CL400, RPG400, ILE RPG, SQL RPGLE, CLLE, Core Java Database DB2400 Operating System AS400, Windows, Unix UtilitiesTools Robot, AS400 Schedulers, STRDBG, FTP, SFTP, NDM, SEU, SDA, DFU, PDM, RLU, QUERY, MQ Series, MS Office Application Tools Eclipse, NetBeans, ROBOT (Job Scheduler) Servers Websphere 7.0, Tomcat 6.0 JOB DESCRIPTION Review and Analyze Technical Design Documents. Debug code, troubleshoot issues and provide resolution. Assist the operations support group. Develops and document workarounds for functional issues that client have in test production environments. Execute Critical Operational Tasks and Business Conversions from a Technical Support perspective. Assist Help Desk in meeting the client needs by providing review of information relating to impact processing Troubleshoot real-time production issues to ensure a smooth running of the impact application within the prescribed productivity time frame Responsible for supporting the testing of enhancements and fixes, and assist functional testing groups who ensure that the programs are functioning correctly and the enhancements function in accordance with the enhancement specifications Recommend solutions and identifies required program corrections that resolve issues that clients have in conducting their day to day business. Contribute towards enterprise wide metrics collection and participate in action plans. Conduct an in-depth analysis of Service Requests raised by internal external clients to determine the appropriate course of action Document newchanged operational procedures associated with developmentmaintenance projects Ensure that the static dataconfigurationset up's are accurate in all client regions to minimize functional service requests. Participate in peer review processes to ensure the quality of issues turned over to application developmentsystems support groups is maintained within prescribed quality control standards Diagnose and remediate (where authorized) all production and test service requests assigned to the group. Attending the morning batch issues meetings to review all the impact end of day issues from the prior night Attend the internal and external project status meetings to represent all impact issues and provide current status on all unresolved remedies to management and the clients (upon request)

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Travel Operating Room Registered Nurse - RN

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…staffing provider, with over 30 years of experience; partnering with a Hospital in Newark , NJ to provide a travel Operating Room Registered Nurse (RN).Excellent

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Speech Language Pathologist, CFY - Newark

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We are interviewing Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Fellows (CFs) for our school-based openings for the 19/20 SY in Newark, NJ!Let us help guide you through your CFY and beyond! Our goal is to provide an unparalleled First-Year experience through a variety of resources, mentorship and professional training that will empower your development as a therapist and throughout your career. We are an ASHA certified continuing education provider and believe in providing opportunities to learn and grow! Job RequirementsMaster’s Degree from an accredited universityCCC or CFYState Licensure or process of receiving State LicenseBackground check and fingerprinting required As a company with a strong value system and a social conscience, we invest in your future through mentoring, clinical support, continuing education, professional development, wellness benefits and a variety of resources that will empower you as a clinician throughout your first year and throughout your career. As part of the Stepping Stones Group team you can receive:Competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes student loan repayment options, travel options, professional development stipend, license and CEU reimbursement, health benefits, 401K, wellness stipend and much more!Unparalleled national clinical support by some of the nation’s foremost experts in school-based servicesPathways to Success which includes (Foundations Mentoring Program & Bloom)$1000 Referral bonus for every full-time, school-based friend you refer, that we hireRobust corporate Giving-Back Program - Stepping Up for a Cause!Access to Bridge Academy with CEU courses offered at no cost to you - All year long! We believe in putting the needs of children first. We achieve that by making sure we put you in positions that are just right for you, and we know what it takes to thrive in your career, so call us today!

High School Social Studies Teacher/History Teacher - Newark

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Great Oaks Legacy Charter School in Newark is seeking a High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) for the 2018-19 school year.Great Oaks Legacy OverviewGreat Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving over 1,600 students from Pre-K to 12th grade on campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare public school students for success in college. We do so with a unique model that incorporates daily high-dosage tutoring, differentiated instruction, and building a school community based on genuine, caring relationships. Great Oaks Legacy students aspire to be some of the highest performing students in the country. We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. For example, our students are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We pair rigorous curriculum and teaching with intense personal support from teachers, tutors, and staff. The school’s mission is to prepare our students for college success through several key elements: Small school – Grade-level cohorts of less 100 students allow each student to feel known and cared for. Our focus is on a sense of community and relationship building with families and studentsMore time on task – We offer longer school days than traditional schools and weekend or after school sessions for students who need additional support.High expectations – Rigorous, differentiated, college-preparatory coursework from Pre-K through 12th grade. Advanced Placement and real college courses for high school students.Effective Instruction – World-class teachers with clear expectations and the support they need to continuously improve.To fulfill our mission, we must –Create a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationshipsBe surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of ALL students and team membersSet and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyondTEACHING AT GREAT OAKS LEGACY:The teachers at Great Oaks Legacy Charter School are responsible for preparing each of our students for college success through rigorous instruction and maintaining consistently high expectations for conduct. Teachers are models of the hard work, desire for learning, and self-control that we expect our students to learn and display.High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) Essential Duties & Responsibilities1) Curriculum & InstructionDemonstrating solid knowledge and understanding of the content matter.Establishing, communicating, and demanding high expectations for student learning, and quality of work.Using a multitude of instructional strategies and activities that are academically rigorous and highly engaging.Executing detailed lesson plans mapped to a year-long academic plan to address learning needs.Taking full responsibility for student failure and constantly working to respond to the students’ learning needs.Consistently sending the message that this work is important, that the student can do it, and that you will not give up on a student. 2) DataTrack and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.Planning and implementing strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.Working collaboratively with the principal and other teachers to develop and revise curriculum based on assessment data.3) Classroom EnvironmentMaintaining an efficient, respectful and positive tone in your classroom.Utilizing time to maximize student learning and communicating a constant, tangible sense of urgency.Ensuring that all students are on task at all times during a lesson.Clearly enforcing and emphasizing school rules, values and expectations.Building relationships with students that demonstrate an open concern and a sense of responsibility for students’ academic and personal growth.Supervising students during lunch and transition periods. 4) Additional ResponsibilitiesPutting in an extraordinary amount of time and effort to contribute to student and school success.Independently assuming additional responsibilities when necessary and demonstrating leadership.Making frequent phone calls, keeping parents informed of successes and struggles.Maintaining an orderly school culture.Occasionally leading professional development sessions.Other duties that may be necessary to fulfill the mission of the school.High School Social Studies Teacher (History Teacher) QualificationsRelentless work ethic.Belief that all students have what it takes to be successful.Bachelor's degree from a competitive college or university.Demonstrated mastery of content knowledge and ability to drive student growth.Prior teaching experience in an urban No Excuses school setting strongly preferred. Extremely strong classroom management abilities.Evidence of NJ Department of Education certification (CE/CEAS/Provisional/Standard) or out of state certification.Experience developing curriculum or potential to lead curricular development strongly preferred.REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:Our teachers are an integral part of our school-based instructional team and report to the School Director(s).GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY Our students arrive, on average, significantly behind grade level. Many live in poverty – a higher percentage than most schools in the country. Upon arrival, they are statistically less than 10% likely to graduate with a 4-year degree. Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college. Therefore:Employee takes responsibility to reverse negative outcomes of failing students, to make every effort to work proactively and reactively to engage each and every student, such that each is legitimately prepared to succeed in college.It is a given that all of the faculty work very, very hard. All staff, including the Campus Directors, Admin Teams, CAO, CEO, President, Operations Team and COO and Employee, acknowledge that we will do more than just work hard; we each seek – through formal and informal feedback – to dramatically improve. At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is not considered remedial, it is essential and ongoing for all staff.

Student Truck Driver - Get your CDL in 3 weeks at Swift Academy! ( Newark , NJ )

new3 days ago
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…Start a new career in just 3 weeks for one of the fastest growing industries in America. Earn your CDL in just 3 weeks with the Swift Driving Academy. Qualified

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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC-Port Newark, NJ

new3 days ago
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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC-Port Newark, NJ AAK USA Inc. is a global leader with over 100 years of history ... Adheres to SOPs and other work procedures as required. Work Requirements * Performs various ...

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Experienced CDL-A Truck Drivers ( Newark , NJ )

7 days ago
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…Join Swift s Driving Force. Swift values the years of experience under your belt and wants you to join the most powerful fleet on the road. To be a powerful force,

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JOB FAIR 03/28/19 - One Gateway Center, Suite 513, Newark, NJ

7 days ago
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Thursday, 03/28/19, from 10am-3pm One Gateway Center, Suite 513 (West Raymond Blvd.), Newark, NJ ... Where do they spend the other 95%? PARKED! LAZ Parking is one of the largest and fastest growing ...

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CDL Grads: Get Paid to Gain Experience Driving. Top-Notch Pay & Benefits. ( Newark , NJ )

8 days ago
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…GET MENTORED BY A PRO WHILE GETTING PAID We have a new trainee compensation package exclusively for CDL Truck Driving Trainees in your area. If you are a CDL trainee

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Physician Assistant (FT) - Center for Breast Health and Disease Management - Metuchen NJ

12 days ago
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... Newark, RWJUH- New Brunswick, RWJUH- Somerset in Somerville, RWJUH- Hamilton, RWJUH- Rahway and ... Performs other duties as assigned by the Physician. * Recognizes areas for improvement in ...

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VP & Actuary, Head of AXIS Modeling

16 days ago
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· Lead a team of 60 professionals, located in Newark NJ, Company CT, and Dresher PA. Support development, recruiting and talent management. Develop talent strategy and execute to strengthen talent for today and the future. Drive positive culture of accountability and behaviors to achieve vision and strategic priorities. · Coordinate design/research, development and testing of models in Moody’s AXIS platform for conversions, regulatory changes, reinvestment strategies, and new products. Manage the maintenance of existing Moodys AXIS models, including model change requests, structural and non-structural assumption updates, etc. · Develop and enforce model design strategy, best practices and standards for Moodys AXIS to ensure consistency across Domestic AXIS models. · Serve as the single point of contact with Moodys and manage relationship (both strategic and tactical); stay up to date with the latest Moodys developments, communicate enhancement priorities to the vendor and influence the commitment dates for delivery of prioritized enhancements. · Develop and coordinate AXIS training across the company. · Engage with Users, Business Architect team and ESS to set expectations with regards to work plans and execution. Develop partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to drive execution and delivery of faster, simpler, controlled yet flexible modeling solutions. · Drive innovation and use of new capabilities, enhanced production capabilities and improvement of analytics. Qualifications Extensive industry knowledge and experience (10years) with ideally at least 5 years of experience focusing on valuation/reporting, asset/liability management and risk management work 7 years of Actuarial Modeling experience; Moody’s AXIS experience preferred but not required Prior experience developing and/or leading broad modeling or model risk management strategies Strong practical knowledge of several domestic product lines, including Retirement, Life, Annuities and/or Group/LTC Solid track record of driving business results and focus on execution Strong influential leadership, collaboration, communication (oral and written) and networking skills Strong project and process management skills, including ability to influence prioritization across the matrix organization and deployment of resources Open minded, innovative and strategic thinker with ability to work in a matrixed organization

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Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School)

16 days ago
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Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School) Newark, NJ BRICK Newark Full-time OUR MISSION The BRICK Education Network's (BEN) mission is to relentlessly knock down all barriers to students' academic success. Our innovative model aligns an individualized excellent education with the necessary family supports to make sure each and every child can succeed. It's our vision that each and every child will have an unimpeded path to unlocking their limitless potential. To learn more about BRICK Education Network, please visit http://www.bricknewark.org Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School) Benefits Joining the BRICK Education Network is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting entrepreneurial organization. Teacher BEN's unique approach to transforming public education puts successful students and world-class schools at the center of vibrant communities. Powered by diverse leaders and a commitment to fighting the status quo, the BRICK Education Network is building resilient, intelligent, creative kids by equipping them with a high-quality, nurturing education and thriving, engaged families to support their success from cradle to career. Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School) Overview Role: The BRICK Education Network seeks to hire teachers for the 2019-2020 School year that have a passionate belief in BRICK's mission and a deep desire to work with underserved students and families. The Math Teacher must be able to show their passion and content expertise through the student lessons they create . The ideal candidate is solution oriented, uses data to drive their instruction, has a collaborative mindset, takes and implements feedback quickly and has a sense of humility. Teachers must be willing to do whatever it takes to ensure their students' academic success. Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School) Essential Functions Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Execute the network created unit and lesson plans to accelerate student learning Exhibits superior knowledge in content area Build a classroom community by investing in students/families and the iDream values (Innovation, Diligence, Respect, Empathy, A Self Control & Model Student) Create a positive, safe and collaborative classroom environment for students Attend all department, grade and staff meeting, including regular data analysis meetings Collaborate with coaches and peers to share best practices Participate in weekly and biweekly meetings with coach and implement next steps urgently Exemplify the BRICK core values (Faithful Commitment, Relentlessness, Compassion, Savvy Ambition, Restless Improvement and Accountability) Utilize data from interim assessments and exit tickets to drive instruction Remain empathetic to students' previous experiences when observing and responding to their behavior Support all student learning styles Teach and enforce the school-wide systems and structures Math Teacher (Elementary/Middle School/High School) Qualifications An unwavering commitment to the academic success and personal development of our students; An eagerness to set ambitious, challenging, and tangible goals, and a relentless drive to achieve them; An ability to thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment and a capacity to remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong public speaking skills; Bachelor's degree is required, Master's degree is preferred; Possession of a current and valid teaching certificate in the appropriate subject/content area issued by the New Jersey Department of Education. Current authorization to work in the United States - A candidate must have such authorization by his or her first day of employment. Salary, Goals and Employment Period Salary Range: Competitive compensation package Full time Employment Period: 11 Months Fringe Benefits: Pension, Health, Vision, Dental BRICK is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. BRICK promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans. PI107608420

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English Teacher (Middle School/High School)

16 days ago
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Newark, NJ BRICK Newark Full-time OUR MISSION The BRICK Education Network's (BEN) mission is to relentlessly knock down all barriers to students' academic success. Our innovative model aligns an individualized excellent education with the necessary family supports to make sure each and every child can succeed. It's our vision that each and every child will have an unimpeded path to unlocking their limitless potential. To learn more about BRICK Education Network, please visit http://www.bricknewark.org English Teacher (Middle School/High School) Benefits Joining the BRICK Education Network is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting entrepreneurial organization. Teacher BEN's unique approach to transforming public education puts successful students and world-class schools at the center of vibrant communities. Powered by diverse leaders and a commitment to fighting the status quo, the BRICK Education Network is building resilient, intelligent, creative kids by equipping them with a high-quality, nurturing education and thriving, engaged families to support their success from cradle to career. English Teacher (Middle School/High School) Overview Role: The BRICK Education Network seeks to hire teachers for the 2019-2020 school year that have a passionate belief in BRICK's mission and a deep desire to work with underserved students and families. The English Teacher must be able to show their passion and content expertise through the student lessons they create . The ideal candidate is solution oriented, uses data to drive their instruction, has a collaborative mindset, takes and implements feedback quickly and has a sense of humility. Teachers must be willing to do whatever it takes to ensure their students' academic success. English Teacher (Middle School/High School) Essential Functions Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Execute the network created unit and lesson plans to accelerate student learning Exhibits superior knowledge in content area Build a classroom community by investing in students/families and the iDream values (Innovation, Diligence, Respect, Empathy, A Self Control & Model Student) Create a positive, safe and collaborative classroom environment for students Attend all department, grade and staff meeting, including regular data analysis meetings Collaborate with coaches and peers to share best practices Participate in weekly and biweekly meetings with coach and implement next steps urgently Exemplify the BRICK core values (Faithful Commitment, Relentlessness, Compassion, Savvy Ambition, Restless Improvement and Accountability) Utilize data from interim assessments and exit tickets to drive instruction Remain empathetic to students' previous experiences when observing and responding to their behavior Support all student learning styles Teach and enforce the school-wide systems and structures English Teacher (Middle School/High School) Qualifications An unwavering commitment to the academic success and personal development of our students; An eagerness to set ambitious, challenging, and tangible goals, and a relentless drive to achieve them; An ability to thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment and a capacity to remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong public speaking skills; Bachelor's degree is required, Master's degree is preferred; Possession of a current and valid teaching certificate in the appropriate subject/content area issued by the New Jersey Department of Education. An ability to meet all state and federal guidelines in order to be fully licensed and "Highly Qualified" according to ESSA; Current authorization to work in the United States - A candidate must have such authorization by his or her first day of employment. Salary, Goals and Employment Period Salary Range: Competitive compensation package Full time Employment Period: 11 Months Fringe Benefits: Pension, Health, Vision, Dental BRICK is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. BRICK promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans. PI107608419

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Telecommunication Service Technician - Newark, NJ

18 days ago
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... other related housekeeping functions, run customer reports as required and interface with the customer on a daily basis. You will be working in state of the art inmate facilities (Newark, NJ Area ...

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Receptionist in Newark, New Jersey | Careers at Newark

19 days ago
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... NJ office. Come join our team! Responsibilities: * Front desk reception and greeting guests ... other characteristics protected by law. Gannett Fleming will not sponsor an employment visa (e.g ...

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MDU Account Executive - Newark, NJ

about 1 month ago
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Prospects, cold calls (by phone and in person) and generates new sales opportunities * Develops and ... Performs other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: * Three years commercial sales experience

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MD / Psychiatry Job in Newark, New Jersey / Locum tenens

about 2 months ago
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Newark, NJ Employment: Direct Hire/Permanent ?? Full Time Position (Salary + Benefits) Setting ... Collaborate with staff from other programs and agencies in order to coordinate care.Collaborate in ...

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Registered Nurse

about 2 months ago
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REGISTERED NURSE (RN) PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SCREENING (FULL TIME EVENINGS) Job Number: REQ39775-POS35385Category: Behavioral Health NursingLocation: Newark, NJ This position requires applicants to complete an online questionnaire in order to be considered for this position. You will be receiving an email from within 1 hour of submitting your application that contains a link to the questionnaire. Please look for the email, click on the link, and follow the instructions. Please note, if you have already completed the questionnaire within the past six months for another job to which you have applied, you will not receive the e-mail. You only need to complete the questionnaire once within a six month period. The role of the Professional Registered Nurse is to provide quality nursing care in collaboration with the medical staff and within the guidelines of the New Jersey State Nurse Practice Act. It is the responsibility of the Professional Nurse to implement the Hospital's Mission and goals through established policies, procedures and performance improvement activities. Implementation of these goals occurs through organization and administration of individualized age specific professional nursing care to patients within an assigned unit of the hospital. The understanding of the principles of growth and development will be incorporated to assess each patient's age specific needs and determine age specific treatment modalities. Section III: Job Qualifications/Education/Training/Certification/Licensure Comments Current New Jersey License as a Registered Professional Nurse;Current BLS Health Care Provider Certification;Successful completion of all NBIMC Orientation Programs and Documentation Previous Psychiatric or ER Nursing experience preferred.Employer's Job# REQ39775-POS35385Please visit job URL for more information about this opening and to view EOE statement.

Registered Nurse

about 2 months ago
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Registered Nurse (RN) Nursing Float Pool (Full Time Nights)Job Number: REQ39453-POS40575 Category: Nursing Location: Newark, NJ This position requires applicants to complete an online questionnaire in order to be considered for this position. You will be receiving an email from [email protected] within 1 hour of submitting your application that contains a link to the questionnaire. Please look for the email, click on the link, and follow the instructions. Please note, if you have already completed the questionnaire within the past six months for another job to which you have applied, you will not receive the e-mail. You only need to complete the questionnaire once within a six month period. The role of the Professional Registered Nurse is to provide quality nursing care in collaboration with the medical staff and within the guidelines of the New Jersey State Nurse Practice Act. It is the responsibility of the Professional Nurse to implement the Hospital’s mission and goals through established policies, procedures, and performance improvement activities. Implementation of these goals occurs through organization and administration of individualized age-specific professional nursing care to patients within an assigned unit of the hospital. The understanding of the principles of growth and development will be incorporated to assess each patient’s age-specific needs and determine age-specific treatment modalities. Current NJ RN license, current BLS Heart Saver/Health Care Provider. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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