Thank you for expressing interest in Paradigm Schools!

If you are interested in applying for an open position, please email your cover letter and resume to Mallory Woodbury at mwoodbury@paradigmschools.org.

 

School Guidance Counselor (Grades 7-12)

Date Posted: 5/4/22
Job Posting Expires: 5/31/22

Position: Full-Time
Requirements: Current K-12 School Counselor License
Pay: $50,000-65,000
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm Charter Schools is a Public Charter School serving grades 7-12. Paradigm’s Motto is “A Different Kind of Think”. As a Liberal Arts school, Paradigm is dedicated to teaching children how to think, rather than what to think. Paradigm is a wellspring of Servant-Leaders who read and think deeply, write concisely, speak profoundly, and advance the principles of freedom while fulfilling their personal missions with integrity. Founded on the pillars of wisdom, virtue and relevance, our vision is to support families in educating their students by providing a classical, liberal arts, leadership education. We inspire learning through mentoring, discussion, service, developing critical thinking, fostering a constructive culture, and by applying the great ideas found in original works and other classics.

Visit https://www.paradigmschools.org to learn more about the school culture at Paradigm.

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students, and the ability to work well on our team.

 

Orchestra Mentor

Date Posted: 5/4/22
Job Posting Expires: 5/31/22

Position: Part-Time
Requirements: 4-year degree; educator license preferred
Pay: $25,000-30,000
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students and the ability to work well on our team. We need mentors who will work well with youth to support student learning and academic success. Mentors at Paradigm use original sources, facilitate discussion, provide quality instruction, communicate regularly with parents and their students, and fulfill other responsibilities pertaining to mentoring youth a charter school setting. We look forward to meeting with you.

Paradigm High School is looking for a part-time teacher for the following courses:

Beginning Strings
An opportunity for any scholar to learn to play the violin, viola, cello or bass regardless of previous experience! Beginning orchestra will teach scholars to play an instrument from step one, including instrument care and note reading. scholars in beginning orchestra will prepare music from various genres to perform at concerts. They will also have the opportunity to participate in music festivals. scholars are expected to practice at home and come to class prepared to have effective rehearsals. Beginning Orchestra is a year long class.

Intermediate Orchestra
For scholars who have played their instrument for at least a year, can read music, and play 1-2 octave scales. Intermediate orchestra will focus on preparing music from a variety of genres for multiple performances. Intermediate Orchestra will help scholars further develop techniques on their instrument, note reading abilities, musicality and leadership. scholars in Intermediate orchestra are expected to practice at home and come to class prepared to have effective rehearsals. scholars in intermediate orchestra will participate in a number of festivals and concerts during the year and will have the opportunity to travel. Intermediate Orchestra is a year long class.

Chamber Orchestra
For scholars who can play 3 octave scales in tune, play in up to 8th position, and play solo music in Suzuki book 4 and above(or equivalent). Chamber orchestra will play technically difficult music from a variety of genres. Chamber orchestra will help build technique, strengthen sight reading abilities, develop musicality, and promote creativity and leadership. scholars in chamber orchestra will have to opportunity to play in small chamber ensembles as well as the orchestra. Chamber will perform multiple times throughout the year and have opportunities to travel, including a multiple night tour. scholars will also have the opportunity to play in local music festivals and events. We will also be playing in the pit orchestra for the school musical in May! scholars will be expected to be prepared for class and have effective rehearsals. Chamber Orchestra is a year-long class.

Advanced Orchestra
For scholars who can play 2 octave scales in tune, play in up to 8th position, and play solo music in Suzuki book 2/3 and above (or equivalent). Advanced orchestra will play music from a variety of genres. Advanced Orchestra will help build technique, strengthen sight reading abilities, develop musicality, and promote creativity and leadership. Chamber will perform multiple times throughout the year and have opportunities to travel. scholars will also have the opportunity to play in local music festivals and events. We will also be playing in the pit orchestra for the school musical in May! scholars will be expected to be prepared for class and have effective rehearsals. Advanced Orchestra is a year-long class.

 

Robotics/Engineering Mentor

Date Posted: 4/6/22
Job Posting Expires: 5/31/22

Position: Part-Time
Requirements: 4-year degree; educator license preferred
Pay: $20,000-$25,000 (DOE)
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm High School is looking for a part-time teacher for the following courses.

7-8 Grade

In the prep school robotics class, scholars will learn to build and program robots that move, sense, and interact with the world. Using LEGO Mindstorms robot kits, we will solve exciting engineering challenges and create their own robotics projects. The final semester project will be a competition using robots the scholars design, build, and program from scratch.

9-12 Grade

Robotics is an exciting and challenging way to learn to analyze and solve complex problems, think critically, and work creatively. In this project-based class we will focus on using Arduino, an open-source microcontroller, to create electrical projects, from autonomous robots, to lamps that respond to their surroundings, to musical instruments. Scholars will learn basic electrical circuitry, C programming, mechanical design, and the application of important engineering principles.

Engineering Principles is hands-on class, scholars will explore various engineering disciplines, specifically Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Bioengineering. Implementing the engineering design process will help scholars learn and solidify math and science skills. These skills, combined with a problem-solving attitude will help scholars discover ways to enhance the health and well-being of individuals through projects of their own design.

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students and the ability to work well on our team. We need mentors who will work well with youth to support student learning and academic success. Mentors at Paradigm use original sources, facilitate discussion, provide quality instruction, communicate regularly with parents and their students, and fulfill other responsibilities pertaining to mentoring youth in a charter school setting. We look forward to meeting with you!

 

 

Computer Science Mentor

Date Posted: 4/6/22
Job Posting Expires: 5/31/22

Position: Part-Time
Requirements: 4-year degree; educator license preferred
Pay: $10,000-$25,000 (DOE)
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm High School is looking for a part-time teacher for the following courses.

Computer Programming 1

An introductory course in program engineering and applications. The course introduces students to the fundamentals of computer programming. Students will learn to design, code, and test their own programs while applying mathematical concepts. Teachers introduce basic coding concepts and problem-solving skills.

Computer Programming 2

This course introduces students to more complex data structures and their uses including sequential files, arrays and classes. Students will learn to create more powerful programs within a specific programming language.

Web Development 1

Web Development 1 is a course designed to guide students in a project-based environment in the development of up-to-date concepts and skills that are used in the development of today’s websites. Students will learn the fundamentals of how the Internet works. They will learn and use the basic building blocks of the World Wide Web: HTML5 coding and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Web Development 2

Students follow the steps to create a website by planning, designing, developing, deploying, and maintaining the website projects. Students will learn and use different scripting technologies to create more dynamic and interactive websites. They will learn what it takes for a career in web development as they complete projects and create their own website(s).

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students and the ability to work well on our team. We need mentors who will work well with youth to support student learning and academic success. Mentors at Paradigm use original sources, facilitate discussion, provide quality instruction, communicate regularly with parents and their students, and fulfill other responsibilities pertaining to mentoring youth in a charter school setting. We look forward to meeting with you!

 

 

Financial Literacy Mentor

Date Posted: 4/6/22
Job Posting Expires: 5/31/22

Position: Part-Time
Requirements: 4-year degree; educator license preferred
Pay: $20,000-24,000 (DOE)
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm High School is looking for a part-time teacher for the following course.

Financial Literacy

Scholars will gain the information and skills to implement a life-long plan for financial success. They will do this through the implementation of state standards covering numerous facets of financial life including; budgets, economies, purchases, debt, etc. This course is designed to effectively prepare students for the challenges of daily life, post education. It focuses on practical skills and situations that will be faced in the future.

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students and the ability to work well on our team. We need mentors who will work well with youth to support student learning and academic success. Mentors at Paradigm use original sources, facilitate discussion, provide quality instruction, communicate regularly with parents and their students, and fulfill other responsibilities pertaining to mentoring youth in a charter school setting. We look forward to meeting with you.

 

 

Special Education Para-Educator

Date Posted: 4/6/22
Job Posting Expires: Continuous hiring

Position: Full-Time; 10 months (188 days), 37.5 hours per week
Requirements: High school diploma or higher education
Pay: $14-18/hr (DOE)
Position is for the 2022-23 school year

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicant must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students, and the ability to work well on our team. We need para-educators who will work closely with classroom mentors to support student learning and academic success. They provide quality instruction to special education students, communicate clearly and regularly with parents and mentors, track student progress, and other tasks as assigned. Applicants must be able to tutor students in reading, writing, mathematics, and/or study skills. We look forward to meeting with you!

 

 

Substitutes

Date Posted: 8/23/21
Job Posting Expires: Continuous hiring

Position: Part-time
Requirements: Associates degree or equivalent demonstrated competency.
Pay: $15.00 an hour
Position is for the 2021-2022 school year.

Paradigm has a unique philosophy and methodology. Applicants must be open to a different way of doing things, and be able to adapt to this mindset. We are looking for someone who has the capacity to see greatness in all students, and the ability to work well on our team. We are in need of substitutes for the current school year. If you are interested, please email your resume to Mallory Woodbury – mwoodbury@paradigmschools.org.

testimonials

  • I love Paradigm. My children have never been happier, and have found a love of learning that was missing in their previous education!

    Julia H.

    I went to Paradigm all through high school. Best experience ever. Not only did it help me focus on my strengths, but it also prepared me for college with its challenging curriculum that makes you think outside the box. The mentors there care about each of their students individually, and want nothing more than the students’ success.

    Jennifer L.

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