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School Summary

Camperdown Academy is a non-profit organization providing excellence in the education of dyslexic children with a day school for grades one through eight, and training and outreach services provided to teachers and professionals across the region. Specific and specialized teaching approaches are shared through outreach efforts and administered in small group settings with an emphasis on individualized instruction.

Math Teacher

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Position Summary
This position is for a full-time 3rd-5th grade Lower School math teacher. The ideal candidate would be committed to personal growth, possess excellent communication skills, be innovative in the classroom using hands-on multisensory instruction, and be able to develop strong connections with both students and parents. 
 
Key Responsibilities

• Manage the daily affairs of a classroom
• Ensure that multisensory instruction is delivered 
• Collaborate with teachers to ensure adherence to individualized learning profiles of students
• Contribute to the overall school culture by embracing school-day duties such as recess coverage, lunch support, and carline responsibilities
• Actively participate as a member of the Lower School team and subsequent tasks as assigned
 

 
Minimum Position Requirements

• Bachelor’s Degree and prior experience teaching math
• Orton-Gillingham training required, will be provided as needed
• Reliable transportation and willingness to attend evening events as required
 

Director of Admissions / Camperdown Faculty

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Position Summary
This position is for a full-time, year-round job that will be 50% admissions and 50% assigned based on the related skill set of the chosen applicant. The Director of Admissions position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the admissions process for Camperdown Academy. The Director of Admissions must uphold the mission of the school while working closely with prospective families and local psychologists to facilitate placement of appropriate candidates. The ideal candidate would have excellent organizational and communication skills. The ability to develop strong connections with people through written and personal conversation is a must. The Director of Admissions is part of the Advancement Team and reports to the Head of Institutional Advancement. Candidate must be willing to serve on a team and participate in projects within the realm of Advancement including development, marketing, communications, alumni relations, and outreach. 
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Manage admissions process including inquiries, tours, visits, paperwork, testing, and enrollment
  • Lead the Admissions Committee in making applicant decisions
  • Coordinate with Division/Tutorial Heads on student visits, assessments, class placement
  • Create new student overviews for teaching staff
  • Work with Head of Advancement on recruitment/marketing strategies
  • Develop and foster relationships with psychologists responsible for student referrals
  • Track and communicate scholarships/financial aid information and deadlines
  • Serve as a member of the Advancement Team and subsequent tasks as assigned
     
Minimum Position Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years experience in related field
  • Strong organizational skills that allow for multiple work assignments to be completed simultaneously and accurately
  • Data entry experience, preferably in enrollment management
  • Ability to initiate and maintain consistent and positive communication between multiple parties
  • Proven understanding of data collection and analysis
  • Reliable transportation and willingness to attend evening events as required
     

Camperdown Academy recruits, hires, and promotes without regard to race, religion, gender, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, or sexual orientation.