Employment

Central Christian School is always pleased to hear from experienced educators who love God and children, who are experts in their fields and who have the passion and vision to see our School reach its full potential. Preferred candidates are interesting people who see life from a Biblical perspective, value diversity, have multiple talents, and are great team players.

We offer competitive salary and benefit packages, as well as a stimulating and rewarding work environment.

Faculty & Staff Openings:

5th/6th Literacy Teacher

Central Christian School is seeking an educator to teach literacy in our Summit (our program for 5th and 6th grades.) We desire an individual who has a mature and active Christian faith who is eager to guide, nurture, and inspire children and families. We're seeking a teacher with a keen interest in the advancement of our curriculum, instruction and assessment, a heart for stewarding diversity, a collaborative attitude toward decision-making, excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, and a joyful disposition. To be effective, Central’s teachers must meet the highest standards of professionalism, collegiality, and personal conduct.

All candidates must hold:
• Three or more years of successful classroom experience in a 1st-6th grade environment
• Bachelor’s degree in Education
• Current elementary (1-6) or middle school (5-8) teaching license
• Be a member of good standing at a local church

Ideal candidates would have:
• Five or more years of successful classroom experience in a 4th-6th grade environment
• Continuing education beyond a Bachelor's degree
• Specific training in: middle school literacy development, literature circles, administration of the Developmental Reading Assessment or equivalent assessment program, Six Traits based writing workshop, cooperative learning strategies, and technology integration

If you are interested in joining our teaching team as the Summit Literacy Teacher, complete the online application for employment and email your resume and cover letter to Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Dana Scheidt, with your name and "Summit Literacy Position" in the subject line.

AfterCare Workers

Central is looking for individuals to help lead our AfterCare program for the 2018-19 school year. We desire individuals who have a mature and active Christian faith who is eager to guide, nurture, and inspire children and families. Hours are Monday through Friday from 3-6pm; however, flexible scheduling is available. Hourly pay is $11.25 per hour.

The AfterCare program serves approximately 50 students a day spanning ages 3 through 6th Grade. Children in the program particulate in enrichment classes, study time, craft time, and play time.

Duties include:
• Ensure the safety/well-being of the children in the program
• Model Godly attributes to all children at all times
• Plan and direct activities, classes, and games
• Interact and engage with children

Requirements include:
• Prior experience working with children
• A demonstrated ability to connect with and lead children
• Strong interpersonal skills with children and parents
• Enthusiasm
• Punctuality
• Reliability
• Creativity

If you're interested in being an AfterCare Worker at Central, complete the application for employment and email your resume and cover letter to Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Dana Scheidt with your name and "AfterCare Worker" in the subject line.

Long Term Substitute - Learning Center Literacy Specialist

Central is looking for a part-time Learning Center Literacy Specialist Long-Term Substitute who can service our population of learners in 5th/6th Grades who have mild learning challenges. We desire an individual who has a mature and active Christian faith who is eager to guide, nurture, and inspire children and families. The Learning Center Literacy Specialist Long-Term Substitute will be responsible for helping students be successful within the context of their classrooms as Central uses an inclusion model for supporting special needs.

Duties include:
• Facilitate small group instruction, using co-teaching strategies, within our literacy and social studies classrooms
• Provide pull-out individual or small group instruction as needed to promote better understanding of core skills and curricular content
• Implementation of Individualized Student Plans (ISPs) or 22:6 Accommodation Plans for students on caseload
• Communicate and work with classroom teachers in designated content areas and specialist teachers for case management students to help them make modifications and accommodations to existing curriculum and instruction to promote success across our curriculum
• Provide accommodations for assessments including modifying assessments to providing alternative environments for assessments
• Case management of students on caseload
• Frequent assessment and documentation of student progress to gauge effectiveness of interventions
• Frequent communication with parents regarding student plans and progress
• Participate in referral team support meetings and follow-up testing support for family (ex. attendance at doctor summary reports, interpretation of results, etc.)

Requirements include:
• Bachelor’s degree in education with current certification in special education
• 3-5 years experience of working with students in a special education capacity
• Excellent collaboration skills
• Superior communication skills

Anticipated Timeframe: We anticipate this leave starting on October 2 and ending December 11.

If you're interested in this position, complete the application for employment and email your resume and cover letter to Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Dana Scheidt with your name and "Long Term Sub - Literacy Specialist" in the subject line.

Substitute Teachers 

Central Christian School is seeking qualified individuals to substitute teach. We desire individuals who have a mature and active Christian faith who is eager to guide, nurture, and inspire children and families. The candidate should be a member of good standing at a local church, energetic, flexible, good with kids of all ages, and able to manage a class of 12-19 students. Prior teaching experience or training is a plus. Opportunities to substitute are in 3K-6th Grade homerooms, Art, PE, Spanish, Music, Library, and Computer. The purpose of this job is to enable each child to learn in the absence of the regular teacher, implementing the teacher's lesson plans.

If you're interested in becoming a Substitute Teacher at Central, please send your resume to Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dana Scheidt with "Substitute Teacher Position" in the subject line. We will begin interviewing substitutes for the 2018-19 school year in early July 2018.


If you're interested in being on our faculty/staff team should additional openings occur in the future, please complete an Employment Application and email a resume and cover letter to Dana Scheidt, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, with your position of interest in the subject line.