Hiring: Teacher, Long Term Subsitute

Hiring: Teacher, Long Term Subsitute

Do you enjoy working with students in small groups? Are you committed to helping students discover the learning style that helps them to succeed? If so, this is the opportunity for you.

Allied Services dePaul School for Children with Dyslexia is seeking a long-term substitute teacher to join the team. To learn more about the role call Becky at 570.348.2222.

About the Position

Under the supervision of the Director of the dePaul School, the Teacher performs duties considered necessary to provide quality education of the students enrolled in the full-time elementary program at the dePaul School.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, Special Education, Learning Disabilities, or Reading Specialist Certificate is required.

Role: Teaches students using instructional organization and methodology of dePaul School. Evaluates student's work. Maintains records accurately and in a timely manner. Established schedule for meeting with the Director of the dePaul School to report academic progress of students and update recurring or serious problems. Attends school functions, parent/teacher conferences, and recognition dinners. Supports and attends fundraising or social events directly benefiting the dePaul School. 

Location: Scranton

Schedule: Part-time

Apply here.

Allied Services offers competitive pay rates commensurate with experience plus shift differential, excellent benefits package, preceptor led orientation! Allied Services Human Resources Department, 100 Abington Exec. Park, Clarks Summit PA 18411. Call us today at 1-800-368-3910. Allied Services is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities. Bilingual individuals encouraged to apply.

About Allied Services dePaul School

The dePaul School’s mission is to teach students with dyslexia and other related learning disabilities how to learn. Our dedicated, specially-trained faculty offer a well-structured system of programs aimed at maximizing abilities and compensating for disabilities. The school’s programs are consistent with Allied Services’ commitment to helping children overcome learning disabilities so they can return to conventional classrooms equipped with the academic skills and confidence they need to succeed.

The dePaul School is intended for students,

grades 1 through 8, of average or above-average intelligence who have been diagnosed with a learning difference that includes any one or a combination of the following:
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading, writing, or spelling disorders
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Organization-related problems
  • Poor reading comprehension and fluency difficulties

Learn more here.