Learning Specialist in Central LA

Job Title: Learning Specialist in Central LA
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Central LA / Koreatown
Start Date: 8/1/18
Reference: P0001
Contact Name: Margo Hohsfield
Contact Email: [email protected]
Job Published: July 10, 2018 11:30

Job Description

We're searching for a highly-ambitious and career driven Learning Specialist for the 2018-19 school year. The position is at 6-12 independent Episcopal day school that serves a diverse population of students in Hollywood.

Position Requirements
  • At least 2+ years of experience working with students with learning differences 
  • Master's degree in related field
  • Experience developing learning plans for students with diagnosed learning differences
  • Able to provide supportive, cognitive-behavioral, and other researched-based, short-term counseling in a one-on-one setting
  • Ability to teach and support faculty to provide differentiated learning in the classroom through one-on-one meetings, department/divisional meetings, and professional development workshops

Salary Range: competitive with other private schools in Los Angeles
Type: Full-time
Benefits: Yes

an independent, college-preparatory day school serving grades 6-12. The school prides itself on being able to provide financial aid to 70% of students and continues to grow a population that reflects the diversity of Los Angeles. Engaging with the community and taking advantage of being situated in the heart of Hollywood is among the unique aspects of this vibrant urban school.

This school aims to foster a safe space where the most talented students from all walks of life can receive an education of unrivaled quality, a space where their differences will often recede into the background as they engage in intellectual, artistic, and athletic pursuits—and a space, too, where they can address their differences on an equal footing, where they can contend with difficult questions in a common spirit, with generosity and with joy.

The school seeks educators who can provide direct care and program planning for the academic and emotional development of students so that they can thrive in an academically challenging environment.