Father Ryan High School is accepting resumes for the Fall of the 2021-2022 school year. For all openings,
please send the following materials:
• a letter of introduction,
• resume, and
• a minimum of three references
to Jennifer Anton, Academic Dean, at email@example.com
Father Ryan High School has 2 programs to serve students with learning differences: Cooperative Support and Academic Support. These programs use differing levels of assistance to facilitate student’s efforts to become more independent in processing information and developing self-reliant proficiencies.
The learning specialist works directly with students on learning strategies, organization, and study skills.
The specialist provides academic accommodations and instruction as appropriate.Duties and Responsibilities
• Accepts and supports the values and principles of Catholic education within the mission of the Church, in an atmosphere of trust, mutual respect, and integrity. The person does not have to
be a Catholic; however, a person who practices his/her own faith is important.
• Directs and evaluates the learning experiences of students in curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities.
• Takes part in the professional development program of the school.
• Maintains cordial relationships with colleagues.
• Follows the ethics of the profession.
• Works in partnership with parents in the ongoing process of educating their child.
• Assists in interviewing and testing incoming 9th graders.
• Works with students in all subject areas and all levels (especially in the math curriculum).
• Possesses a strong knowledge base in learning differences.
• Maintains a high level of creativity, energy, and flexibility.
• Displays excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
• Helps students to develop effective learning strategies that promote academic achievement.
• Develops learning profiles to support the student’s accommodations inside and outside the classroom.
• Works effectively with students, teachers, parents, and school administration.
• Meets with individual parents as necessary to discuss the progress of their children.
• Possesses strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Conducts study skills sessions for selected students, individually and in groups, during, before, and after school hours.
• Communicates regularly with Director of Cooperative Support Program
• Works well as a member of a team of Learning Specialists to support many students with learning differences.
• Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred
• At least 3 years applicable experience