Careers

Do you really want to make a difference? Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a school that is on the cutting edge of education and also works to better the lives of people with learning difficulties by actually changing the way their brains function?

We are currently looking for the following (click the links for more information):

Eaton Arrowsmith schools and learning centres are currently accepting applicants for Teachers On Call (also called Substitute Teachers).  If you are a certified teacher or early childhood educator and would like to work with us as we help students break free of their cognitive weaknesses, please email us your resume or CV with an introduction letter.  We look forward to connecting with you!

We are looking for an exceptional teacher who is energetic, intelligent, curious, compassionate, and creative to join us and teach intermediate Mathematics and English, while providing support to our cognitive curriculum for a variety of elementary and high school levels. We offer our staff an inspirational, fun, and rewarding teaching experience within a culture where positive change is always possible and our compensation and benefits package is highly competitive.

Eaton Arrowsmith School, Vancouver, is part of a larger set of private schools and learning centers throughout British Columbia, Canada, and in Washington State that offer theArrowsmith Program. The Arrowsmith Program is based on the principal of neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain to essentially rewire itself with training. Supported by over 30 years of experience, the Arrowsmith Program links neuroplasticity and education by demonstrating that it is possible for individuals to strengthen the weak cognitive capacities underlying their learning difficulties through a program of specific cognitive exercises. This brings our students greater independence, increased cognitive, social, and academic abilities, and greater future career, school, and relationship options and successes they had never previously believed were possible. Students stay with us for 3 years on average to achieve the necessary amount of cognitive change. Visit our website at www.eatonarrowsmith.com to learn more and see if this is an educational setting for you.

As an employer Eaton Arrowsmith schools and centers offer:
– the chance to make a significant and lasting difference in the lives of children with learning and attentional disabilities;
– teaching in a team of inspired and fun teachers with a shared purpose;
– competitive compensation packages; and
– on-going professional development in Nonviolent Communication, MindUp, and other areas individual teachers want to pursue.

Applicants must hold a British Columbia Teachers’ Certificate issued by the Ministry of Education. Experience with a variety of mathematics programs (Jump Math, Power of 10, Math Power, Mathletics, etc.) is an asset.

It is important to have:
*Experience teaching students with learning disabilities
*Enthusiasm and high energy
*A good sense of humor, compassion, lots of patience, quick reasoning, and collaboration skills;
*Abilities to meet needs of diverse learners;
*Extracurricular interests;
*Strong organizational skills mixed with being highly flexible; and
*Superb communication skills and confidence in communicating with parents.

If this sounds like the school you want to work with, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Cohen, CEO, at scohen(at)eatonarrowsmith.com.

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