Current Openings at TASIS Dorado

Last update: June 1, 2018

Thank you for your interest in joining the TASIS Dorado community. We welcome qualified candidates with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance the student experience at TASIS Dorado. Please note that the primary language of instruction is English, so all applicants must demonstrate proficiency in spoken and written English.

The good news about TASIS Dorado (PPK-12th grade) is spreading and we are experiencing significant increases in enrollment! As we grow, we need additional faculty members at all levels. We are seeking qualified educators for potential openings in the following subject areas:

POSITIONS:

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

 

Elementary School Counselor

Elementary School Counselor

We are seeking candidates for Elementary School Counselor to begin in the next academic year on August 1, 2018.

If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume together with a letter of interest and describe the qualities, experience, and training that qualify you for the position. Deadline: Wednesday, June 28, 2018.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to speak to James McCartney, Elementary Principal or Lourdes Solares, Director of Human Resources.

Please complete the online application on our website www.tasisdorado.com and also send your resume and a cover letter to Lourdes Solares solares.l@tasisdorado.com and to James McCartney mccartney.j@tasisdorado.com

Basic Job Description and Expectations

The first priority of the counselor is to ensure that students perform their best in school. Counselors in elementary education are tasked with helping our youngest students navigate the various educational, social and behavioral obstacles related to attending school. This may include issues such as academic difficulties, peer disagreements, or emotional distress. They may also look at the elementary school holistically seeking to identify systemic problems that may negatively impact the academic and social development of our students.

A school counselor plays the role of academic guidance for our elementary school students. If students are not meeting with academic success or are having disciplinary problems, school counselors may intervene to remedy the situation. In addition, elementary school counselors will proactively support both at-risk students and our overall student population through small group counseling and classroom lessons. The counselor should be familiar with the school’s curriculum scope and sequence, as well as the assessment and evaluation system, including reasonable accommodations.

Preparatory, professional coursework should have covered areas such as: Psychology of learning; Understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of learning and behavior disorders; Violence/bullying in adolescent students; Philosophy, principles, and practices in school guidance counseling; Federal, local, and school laws and regulations; Resources for psychological and medical referrals; Knowledge of statistics, research design and research in counseling; Group counseling and group leadership; Development of skills for consultation with parents, teachers, and administrators.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Five years of teaching experience
  • Master’s Degree (preferred) in Guidance & Counseling with School Counseling Endorsement (preferred) from an approved program
  • Responsive Classroom experience a plus
  • Educational Requirements: (Option 1) School Counselor Endorsement - A teaching certificate with at least 30 credits of graduate work in school counseling or (Option 2) School Counselor License - a Master’s Degree from an approved program in school counseling OR Emergency Certificate: Available to a candidate who has completed 30 semester hours of coursework in an approved school guidance counseling program.
  • Counseling Experience Requirements: Completion of not less than a 450 clock hour internship with school-aged pupils under the supervision of a person who is a counselor educator in an approved school counseling program. At least 300 of the 450 clock hours should be in a school setting.

TASIS Dorado is an equal opportunity employer.

Middle School English Language Arts

English Language Arts (Middle School)

 

TASIS Dorado is looking for Secondary Teachers to join our faculty for Middle School English Language Arts. If you know of a candidate or are an English, Math or Science teacher interested in working with our school, please complete the online application on our website www.tasisdorado.com and also send your resume and a cover letter to Lourdes Solares (Solares.L@tasisdorado.com) and Susan Fiallo at  Fiallo.S@tasisdorado.com.

We are looking for experienced educators with the following qualifications:
• The love of children and a passion for excellence in teaching are required!
• Advanced degrees preferred
• Fluent in English and Spanish preferred, but not required
• Comfortable with technology integration in the classroom
• Must be a team player
• A role model for students
• Committed to ongoing professional development

TASIS Dorado is an equal opportunity employer.

Physical Education Teacher

Physical Education Teacher

TASIS Dorado is looking for Secondary Teachers to join our Athletics Department team. Please complete the online application on our website www.tasisdorado.com and also send your resume and a cover letter to Lourdes Solares (Solares.L@tasisdorado.com) and Susan Fiallo at  Fiallo.S@tasisdorado.com.

We are looking for experienced educators with the following qualifications:
• The love of children and a passion for excellence in teaching are required!
• Advanced degrees preferred
• Fluent in English and Spanish required
• Comfortable with technology integration in the classroom
• Must be a team player
• A role model for students
• Committed to ongoing professional development

TASIS Dorado is an equal opportunity employer.

Pre-School, Elementary Teachers

Pre-School and Elementary Teachers

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

 

Thank you for your interest in joining the TASIS Dorado community. We welcome qualified candidates with the knowledge, skills and abilities to enhance the student experience at TASIS Dorado.

The good news about TASIS Dorado (PPK-12th grade) is spreading and we are experiencing significant increases in enrollment! As we grow, we need additional faculty members at all levels. We are seeking qualified educators for potential openings in the following subject areas:

Pre-School and Elementary: All subject areas, including Spanish as a Second Language and Technology.

We are looking for experienced educators with the following qualifications:
•  The love of children and a passion for excellence in teaching are required!
•  Advanced degrees preferred
•  Fluent in English and Spanish preferred, but not required
•  Comfortable with technology integration in the classroom
•  Must be a team player
•  A role model for students
•  Committed to ongoing professional development

To apply, please complete our online Employment Application and send your résumé, a cover letter introducing yourself, 3 letters of recommendation, and transcripts to Susan Fiallo at fiallo.s@tasisdorado.com.

TASIS Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Health Education Teacher (Upper School)

Health Education Teacher

TASIS Dorado is looking for Secondary Teachers to join our Athletics Department team. Please complete the online application on our website www.tasisdorado.com and also send your resume and a cover letter to Lourdes Solares (Solares.L@tasisdorado.com) and Susan Fiallo at  Fiallo.S@tasisdorado.com.

We are looking for experienced educators with the following qualifications:
• The love of children and a passion for excellence in teaching are required!
• Advanced degrees preferred
• Fluent in English and Spanish required
• Comfortable with technology integration in the classroom
• Must be a team player
• A role model for students
• Committed to ongoing professional development

TASIS Dorado is an equal opportunity employer.

TASIS Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The TASIS School in Dorado admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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