Are you passionate about fostering social justice through evidence-based and culturally informed programs? Do you enjoy working alongside educators to improve the delivery of high-quality instruction? Do you aim to advance organizational mission and impact? If YES, consider joining our dynamic team in the fight for educational equity!
With a focus on improving educational equity and promoting a more just society, Helping Education provides evidence-based programs and services that are free or low-cost and meaningfully advance student outcomes from birth through adulthood. To promote educational equity, we partner with educators and community organizations that serve a high percentage of students who are historically underserved. We support educators and families from every state in the U.S. and more than 65 countries around the globe, supporting more than 10,000 individuals annually. More information about Helping Education's mission, values, staff, and programs can be found at https://helpingeducation.org/who-we-are/.
Detailed Job Description
The primary tasks of the Fluency Interventionist will include:
Desired Skills, Experience, and Characteristics
The ideal candidate will possess experience and training to execute the responsibilities summarized in the job description and demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:
Pay and Benefits
Compensation for this in-person position is $25.00 per hour. This position does not qualify for benefits.
This in-person role will work on-site in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools with support from our Charlotte-based Helping Education team. Daytime roles will complete approximately 16-20 hours of work weekly. After-school roles will complete approximately 9-12 hours of work weekly.
We are accepting applications for positions in the following locations:
Diversity and Inclusion
Helping Education is committed to cultivating a diverse environment and continues to be an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, socio-economic class, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, record of arrest or conviction, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
If you are enthusiastic about bringing our reading intervention to life for 1st-5th grade readers, please apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Successful candidates must be able to pass Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ background check, which requires a driver’s license or state ID card. With questions, please reach out to Kate Llewellyn, Recruitment & Outreach Manager, at [email protected].