Welcome to TeachNorth, a service of North Country Education Services for teacher recruitment
Would you like to teach in one of the most picturesque areas in North America? If so, then northern New Hampshire is your destination! In addition to the unparalleled scenic views, the North Country of New Hampshire provides the opportunity to enjoy the numerous recreational activities afforded by the four-seasons. Biking, boating, canoeing, climbing, fishing, golfing, hiking, hunting, snowmobiling, ATV riding, skiing and riding are among the outdoor experiences you will enjoy in our majestic mountains, pristine wilderness, winding rivers and streams.
TeachNorth is a cooperative effort of 32 school districts in northern Northern NH.
Assistant Coordinator - Adult Learner Services
Purpose: To support the office operations and provide education services to help adults improve basic skills, learn English, and prepare for high school equivalency tests.
Qualifications: Associates Degree, Paraeducator Certificate, or equivalent experience in education or human services field.
Experience: Two (2) years in an education or human services field
Reports to: Adult Learner Services Coordinator
Evaluations: Two (2) within the first 90 days (probationary period) one per year thereafter
Location: Berlin, NH, with remote sites Lancaster and Colebrook. Serves Coös County.
Salary/benefits: Pay is $21/hour, 190 days (7 hr/day) between Sept-June. Benefits include: health insurance, sick leave, NH Retirement System, and mileage reimbursement.
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Attributes:
Knowledge of educational environments conducive to learning; ability to work independently as well as part of team; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to adopt an effective course of action based upon existing conditions; sound professional judgment; flexibility; respect for confidentiality.
Other Requirements of the Job:
Reliable means of transportation and ability to travel throughout Coos County and occasional travel to Concord, NH or other training locations in NH.
At the direction of the ALS Coordinator, the responsibilities of the Assistant Coordinator are:
Maintain records and submit reports to the ALS Coordinator regarding students and volunteers as required by funding sources and policies of NH Bureau of Adult Education.
Maintain/staff office hours in Lancaster, NH and Colebrook, NH; includes providing the direct services outlined below.
Direct Service Responsibilities
Identify, recruit, and evaluate adult students needing HiSET instruction, basic reading and math skills, and/or as English as a Second Language (ESL).
Provide educational instruction to adult students in reading, writing, science, and social students in an individual or classroom setting per guidelines of the Bureau of Adult Education. (Note: Math is taught through separately by a math tutor).
Recruit volunteer tutors.
Train volunteer tutors as needed to supplement training/mentoring available through the Bureau of Adult Education.
Represent Coös Adult Learner Services by attending required organizational meetings including WIOA and NHEP.
Promote public awareness by attending and or speaking to various community organizations.
Promote public awareness by advertising throughout Coös County in various publications and or postings (bulletin boards, flyers, social media, etc.).
Attend required staff meetings of Adult Learner Services and North Country Education Services.
Pursue professional growth and development training made available statewide by the New Hampshire Bureau of Adult Education.
All other duties as assigned by the ALS Coordinator.
Apply online via SchoolSpring or send cover letter and resume by June 21, 2019 to: email@example.com or Lori Langlois, Executive Director, NCES, 300 Gorham Hill Road, Gorham, NH 03581.
Speech Language Pathologist (part-time for 2019-20)
For: North Country Education Services
North Country Education Services, a non-profit educational organization in northern New Hampshire. NCES provides specialized, licensed/certified staff for a number of school districts in New Hampshire.
An NCES SLP works as a contributing and collaborative IEP Team Member to assess student needs and prescribe appropriate treatment to be carried out during the course of the school day. These treatments may occur within the regular classroom setting or in alternative appropriate space.
The ideal candidate should be independent, but motivated by working as a member of the team, organized, show initiative, and have an up-to-date and confident knowledge of evaluation theory, tools, and practices. Candidate must hold a SLP license in New Hampshire. CCCs preferred.
This opening is to provide SLP services, including supervision of a SLPA, in northern New Hampshire to school-aged children. Ideally, a candidate will be available one day per week during the school year, for a total of 36 days. However, the position could be lessened to 2 days/month (18 days over the school year) if that is the amount of time the candidate has available. The position is slated to serve students at Easter Seals in Lancaster through a contract with NCES.
As North Country Education Services is a consortium serving several SAUs, additional days may be possible if the candidate is interested in more than 40 days.
The North Country of New Hampshire affords the opportunity to explore the White Mountains through hiking, alpine and Nordic skiing, mountain biking, and other outdoor activities. New Hampshire has tax-free shopping, fine dining, and is within three hours of Boston, Montreal, and Burlington, VT.
Apply: Online via SchoolSpring or contact lori @ncedservices.org
For for more information please contact TeachNorth@teachnorth.org or phone 1-800-268-5437.