The Bridge School strives to employ the best qualified staff in order to maintain the excellence in educational leadership and innovation for which we are known. The recruitment, training, and retention of staff is a high priority for the organization, and strategies are developed to nurture and sustain a positive working environment through communication, team work and professional development and recognition.
Whether you are still in school, just starting your career, or an experienced professional, we are interested in hearing from you. In addition to our regular workforce, Bridge School provides opportunities for students to complete internship or student teaching experience. We also have a track-record of supporting new teachers and speech-language pathologists (working in their Clinical Fellowship Year) through that critical "first year" in the classroom.
We remain committed to the ongoing growth and development of our experienced staff. Frequent on-site workshops, reimbursement for conference attendance, tuition reimbursement, and membership in professional organizations are a few of the ways that we support our professionals in their individual career development. More critically, staff are encouraged to develop a variety of skills which support Bridge School in expanding our mission. These include curriculum and instructional activity development, the training and mentoring of others, professional speaking, writing of educational materials and resources, and development of project planning and educational leadership and management skills.
Our staff work in interdisciplinary teams which cross all levels of the organization. From developing a long-range strategic plan for the organization, prioritizing outreach activities for the upcoming year, discussing current philosophies and approaches for evaluating children, and planning the upcoming month's curriculum, we work together and find solutions which are enhanced by a variety of opinions, experiences and approaches.
The Bridge School offers a competitive salary and benefit plan. We are an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
The Bridge School is pleased to announce the following career opportunities for the 2016-17 school year:
- A special educator with an emphasis in early childhood education [PDF, 128KB]
- A special educator for K-2 grades [PDF, 128KB]
- A speech and language therapist [PDF, 94KB]
- A Spanish Bilingual Instructional Assistant [PDF, 99KB]
If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please send an introductory letter with a statement of interest, including which position you are seeking, and a copy of your resume to .