Classical Charter Schools

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2017-1062
5 hours ago
The Business Associate supports our schools through providing the financial discipline and transparency needed for the organization to run smoothly and effect real change in the classroom. Business Associates must demonstrate high levels of professionalism and urgency, and excellent organizational skills. Reporting directly to the Business Manager, the Business Associate will perform the following responsibilities: - Provide benefits and HR administration to a growing network (currently over 180 employees) - Perform essential accounting duties (Intacct, docusign, and Bill.com) such as processing invoices, resolving billing issues with our vendors, generating various contracts and work on other projects as needed. - Work closely with the schools’ financial consultants for support and review - Create quarterly and annual reports for city, state, authorizer, and Board of Trustees - Manage annual financial audit, tax filings and 990 filings with independent auditor - Work with Executive Director on grantwriting and fundraising initiatives - Execute all payroll and staff reimbursement responsibilities (over $9 million per year) We offer a competitive compensation package including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, plus 401(k) matching.
2017-1061
3 days ago
Assoiciate Teachers share the responsibilities of a kindergarten classroom with a lead teacher while they develop their skills and receive a competitive salary and full benefits. We provide teachers in our Associate Program with extensive development and training as well as support all costs associated with obtaining a NYS Assistant Teacher Certification. The program allows Associate Teachers to rapidly increase their impact and forge a path to a lead position the next year.   All our teachers share the undying belief that maximizing student achievement is their primary goal. Our teachers have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibilities: - Leading all scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed to and through college. - Establishing and maintaining a highly structured classroom culture where scholars demonstrate respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and citizenship. Our teachers work relentlessly to achieve these challenging, mission-critical goals. Successful associate teachers: - Study, practice, and execute lessons that lead scholars to master daily standard-aligned objectives, faithfully using our rigorous, classical curriculum. - Collect and analyze academic and behavior data to pinpoint scholar needs. - Collaborate in teams and with coaches to resolve challenges and implement instructional improvements driven by quantitative and qualitative data. - Proactively seek and implement feedback from team leaders and instructional coaches to improve their practice. - Support instruction, behavior management, classroom organization and administrative duties. Above all, our teachers care deeply about their scholars, who inspire them to achieve life’s greatest joy: doing good work well.
2017-1060
3 weeks ago
The School Leaders Fellowship is designed to maximize the immediate impact of fellows at their host school, while simultaneously providing stretch opportunities in the key competencies of school leadership. It is open to any internal or external applicant with demonstrated mastery in one or more functional areas—instruction, culture, operations, strategy—and involves both work in the areas of strength and development across functions through shadowing and managing additional projects.   Background: Classical Charter Schools is a National Blue Ribbon Award-winning network of K-8 schools located in the South Bronx. Though our neighborhoods are historically under-served, we provide a world-class education to our scholars through a classical curriculum that includes art, music, Latin, debate and character education. Since our founding in 2006, we have grown slowly and methodically—intensely focused on solidifying our curriculum and coaching model. We are now ready to replicate our model and expect to open one school every other year for the next several years.   Objective: To achieve this growth, we need skilled, motivated, and aligned School Directors who are grounded in our model, well-versed in our systems, and capable of managing and leading their teams. Therefore, we seek Fellows to spend one or two academic years, depending on experience and readiness, working at one of our schools in a high-impact role, while simultaneously engaging in observations, professional development and stretch opportunities to learn about and build skills in other areas of operation.   These Fellows will then go on to lead our newest schools.   Structure: Fellows will serve as regular, full-time employees, spending 75% of their time in their primary workstream. The rest of the time will be spent building skill by supporting the work of the following teams: either in rotation or as necessary: - Executive Leadership - Curriculum & Instruction - Operations & Business - Deans - Talent
2017-1058
3 days ago
Classical Charter Schools Bus Escorts protect and supervise our scholars to and from their homes. Most important is managing behavior, to ensure all scholars are safe and provide the driver freedom to operate the school bus safely. Further, it is important to establish behavior on the bus that matches what will be expected in classrooms.   Bus Escorts work approximately 4 hours per day, in two 2 hour shifts. Hours vary by bus route, but bus escorts must be available approximately 6:00am-8:00am and 4:00pm-6:00pm.   Daily responsibilities include:   - Supervise scholars while on the bus, strictly enforcing behavioral expectations. - Seat scholars based on their behavior and bus stop order. - Escort scholars in organized lines between the school building and bus. - Call the school after the last scholar is dropped off, so that staff are able to leave. - Call the school if a parent is not at the bus stop to coordinate a pick up time.
2017-1057
1 month ago
All our teachers share the undying belief that maximizing student achievement is their primary goal. Our teachers have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibilities: - Leading all scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed to and through college. - Establishing and maintaining a highly structured classroom culture where scholars demonstrate respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and citizenship. Our teachers work relentlessly to achieve these challenging, mission-critical goals. Successful teachers: - Study, practice, and execute lessons that lead scholars to master daily standard-aligned objectives, faithfully using our rigorous, classical curriculum. - Revise lessons for clarity, rigor and relevance, with guidance and support from instructional coaches. - Collect and analyze academic and behavior data to pinpoint scholar needs. - Collaborate in teams and with coaches to resolve challenges and implement instructional improvements driven by quantitative and qualitative data. - Proactively seek and implement feedback from team leaders and coaches to improve their practice. Above all, our teachers care deeply about their scholars, who inspire them to achieve life’s greatest joy: doing good work well.
2017-1055
2 months ago
ClassiCorps members are full-time faculty members, and share our undying commitment to maximizing student achievement. Our teachers have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibilities: - Leading all scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed through college. - Establishing and maintaining a “no-excuses,” highly ordered classroom culture where scholars and staff demonstrate respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and citizenship. ClassiCorps members receive: - Summer preparation—observing, attending sessions, and leading instruction during Summer Learning Academy. - Intensive coaching, including observations and debriefs with instructional coaches twice per week all three years. - A Masters’ in Teaching—paid for by Classical Charter Schools—completed during the first two years. - Full salary and benefits, starting at $50,000 per year, and rising to $70,000 after their Master’s is completed. All while working to provide a world-class education for students in the South Bronx.   ClassiCorps begins in June 2018, with some flexibility for June graduates. Successful ClassiCorps members are encouraged, but not required, to continue their work with Classical beyond the three-year commitment.