High School Special Education Teacher

Faculty / Full-Time

Landmark School, Beverly, MA

Landmark High School Special Education Teacher 
Organizational Overview: Landmark School is a coeducational, residential high school for students with language-based learning disabilities. We also have an Elementary/Middle School program which is a day program. We are located twenty miles north of Boston on Massachusetts’ historic North Shore. There are currently 300 students attending the high school campus and 160 students attending the elementary-middle school campus.
Students at the school come from a variety of national, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. All students have average to above average intelligence, but also have language-based learning disabilities (LBLDs) that have made education a very difficult process. LBLDs fall under the broader category of specific learning disabilities (SLD) and include disabilities such as dyslexia and dysgraphia. We recognize that every student is different and so we individualize a program based on their specific needs throughout their time here. The Landmark approach empowers students to reach their academic and social potential. Our mission is important, and we welcome candidates who add to the diversity of our community and demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in their work.
High School Teacher Residency: Faculty members at Landmark School benefit from the structure, support, and mentorship of our unique Teacher Residency Program. The program specifically and purposefully supports and trains teachers during their first five years at Landmark as they become master special educators. Participants gain hands-on skills in the classroom and the Residential Life Program (High School only) and are enrolled in a fully subsidized Master of Education Degree in Special Education from Boston University, Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. At a time when being or becoming a teachers is more challenging than ever, Landmark offers a support network to help our teachers feel successful, empowered and supported to make a difference in our students’ lives and forge meaningful connections.
Teaching Responsibilities
  • Teach six class periods (classes or tutorials)
  • Work collaboratively with supervisors to create the diagnostic for tutorial or class curriculum
  • Meet with supervisors on regular basis for curriculum support and behavior management techniques
  • Design and implement appropriate lesson plans
  • Attend scheduled departmental or Advisor meetings
  • Submit quarterly reports in a timely manner
  • Track, monitor, and report on IEP goals and objectives for funded students
Student Life Coverage Responsibilities
  • Provide weekday dorm coverage as assigned by Student Life Department
  • Weekend Residential coverage commensurate with years of service.
  • Attend scheduled house and/or coverage team meetings
Benefits
  • Fully subsidized, on-site Boston University EdM program.
  • 2.5 additional weeks of training for new faculty in August
  • Extensive training, supervision and mentoring with an emphasis on strategies to teach students with dyslexia and other language based learning disabilities
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage
  • 401k with an annual 3% Landmark contribution
  • 3 meals a day when school is in session
  • Faculty housing available on a limited basis
CONTACT: High School (Grades 9 – 12) 
Scott Jamieson
Director, Faculty Recruiting & Hiring
teach@landmarkschool.org & https://www.landmarkschool.org/about/employment
November 14, 2018 
As an organization that has always been committed to ensuring a workplace and school that are safe, respectful, and fair for every member of our community, and in alignment with our ongoing dedication to health and safety, we have revised our non-discrimination procedures and are sharing with all constituencies. 
The Landmark School (Landmark) does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, homelessness, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, genetic information, disability, sex, or age in treatment or employment at Landmark, admission or access to Landmark, or any other aspect of the educational programs and activities that Landmark operates. 
Landmark is required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (Age Act), and their respective implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Parts 100, 104, 106 and 110, not to discriminate in such a manner. Inquiries concerning the application of each of these statutes and their implementing regulations to Landmark may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, at (617) 289-0111 or 5 Post Office Square, 8th Floor, Boston, MA 02109-3921, or to Susan Madden, Human Resources Director for Landmark (who coordinates Title VI, Section 504, Age Act, & Title IX reports) at 978-236-3232 in the Drake Administration Building.

Landmark School

Beverly, MA
Elementary, Middle School, High School
Day, Residential
All Gender
Serves Special Needs