Employment Opportunities

Lower School Campus

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  • 5th Grade Math Teacher – Part-Time

  • Hebrew/Judaic Studies Long Term and Short Term Substitute Teachers 2016-2017

    The Golda Och Academy Lower School Campus is seeking certified Hebrew and Judaic Studies long term and short term substitute teachers for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Applicants must be fluent in Hebrew, computer proficient and familiar with Day School education procedures. Experience with Tal Am preferred.  Applicants should be collaborative, creative, engaging, experienced and committed to differentiated instruction.  This position requires attendance on campus Monday – Friday.  Interested candidates should e-mail Tova Silberman at lsjobs@goldaochacademy.org
  • General Studies Teachers & Judaic Studies Teachers

    Though we do not yet have firm information of the openings we anticipate for next year, the Golda Och Academy Wilf Lower School is currently recruiting applicants interested in teaching General Studies and Judaic Studies in grades Pre-K - 5.  Strong candidates will be certified and/or hold a credential in their fields; possess excellent communication, organization and classroom management skills; be collaborative and team-oriented; be technology proficient; and have demonstrated success in working with elementary students and their parents.  Judaic Studies teachers trained in Tal Am preferred.  Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to lsjobs@goldaochacademy.org

Both Campuses

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Upper School Campus

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  • Middle School Learning Specialist

    Golda Och Academy is currently seeking a full-time Middle School Learning Specialist (grades 6-8) for the 2017-18 school year. The successful candidate will have a background in special education or a related field, experience working directly with students with learning differences, and the ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with parents, teachers, and the other members of our Guidance Department. 
    The learning specialist interprets testing; prepares and helps implement individual education plans; teaches study skills classes; facilitates communication between students, parents, and teachers; and acts as the primary case manager for a group of students with accommodations. 

    A Master’s degree and LDTC certification are preferred. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@goldaochacademy.org