BOE Looks to Hire Bilingual Counselor to Help Close Achievement Gap
Job description calls for working between an elementary school and the high school
As Summit's Latino and Spanish-speaking population climbs (according to the latest Census numbers) so does the population in the schools. To address this demographic change and in many ways focusing on closing the achievement gap, Summit schools are looking to hire a bilingual guidance counselor.
Details about this tenure track position come from the website, k12jobspot.com:
Bilingual (Spanish) Guidance Counselor
Full Time Tenure Track position
The Summit Public Schools is one of the highest achieving school districts in New Jersey. 15% of our students are Hispanic.
We are looking for a bilingual, flexible, innovative, team player who will understand and divide time between an elementary school and Summit High School.
The priority of the position is to ensure bilingual students achieve at the highest academic levels.
Candidate will support our district goal of eliminating the achievement gap.
This will be a split position between the high school and elementary school. Individuals interested in part time employment are encouraged to apply as well.
Appropriate NJ Certification required
Apply Online to Dr. Ken Shulack, Director of Human Resources. We do not accept paper resumes, faxes or emails.