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Lake Highland Employment Opportunities

Thank you for visiting this LHPS job site. We invite you to send us your resume, even if you do not see a job listing especially for you. We accept resumes for all positions at any time, even if we do not have a current opening. We will keep your resume on file for one year. 

Lake Highland is a drug-free workplace. (Drug testing required.) 

Email us at jobs@lhps.org

We are seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced First Grade Classroom Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a full-time, ten month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Education/Experience

The ideal candidate will have a minimum three years classroom teaching experience, a professional teaching certificate in Elementary Education, and have a Bachelor’s Degree, or higher, in Elementary Education.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School First Grade Classroom Teacher“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced Second Grade Classroom Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a full-time, ten month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Education/Experience

The ideal candidate will have a minimum three years classroom teaching experience, a professional teaching certificate in Elementary Education, and have a Bachelor’s Degree, or higher, in Elementary Education.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School Second Grade Classroom Teacher“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced Fifth Grade Language Arts Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a full-time, ten month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Education/Experience

The ideal candidate will have a minimum three years classroom teaching experience, a professional teaching certificate in Elementary Education, and have a Bachelor’s Degree, or higher, in Elementary Education.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School Fifth Grade Language Arts Teacher“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced Fifth Grade Math/Science Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a full-time, ten month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Education/Experience

The ideal candidate will have a minimum three years classroom teaching experience, a professional teaching certificate in Elementary Education, and have a Bachelor’s Degree, or higher, in Elementary Education.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School Fifth Grade Math/Science Teacher“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced Attendance & Administrative Support Secretary for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a full-time, twelve month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

The Attendance & Administrative Support Secretary will be responsible for maintaining all attendance records and providing additional administrative support as needed.

Education/Experience

The ideal candidate will have excellent computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe, and Google Suite.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School Attendance & Administrative Support Secretary“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland Lower School is seeking an experienced Innovative Lab Coordinator for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic design thinker who is willing to take intellectual risks. This is a full-time, twelve month, benefited position.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

This ILAB Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Innovation Lab and will assist classroom teachers in developing meaningful learning experiences using design thinking as a methodology.

Education/Experience

The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree, or higher.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Lower School Innovation Lab Coordinator“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Seeking a full-time, twelve-month, Administrative Assistant to provide support and coordination for the Auxiliary Department overseeing After-School Academies and Highlander Summer Programs. The employee must be proficient in Microsoft Office and/or Google Suite programs, exhibit excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills, and must be able to maintain uncompromised confidentiality.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

Answer all incoming phone calls and check emails in the academy and summer mailboxes.

  • Provide exceptional customer service to our parents and families while assisting with registration or other needs
  • Data Entry using Excel and/or Google Sheets
  • Assist in the configuration and updating of our CampBrain registration system and provide generated reports as needed (can be trained on this)
  • Support the daily operations of all after school and summer programs including arrival, dismissal, and attendance
  • Communicate directly with faculty and other school departments
  • Assist in creating and publishing promotional materials around campus and at designated family nights

Education/Experience

This position requires a bachelor’s degree or 5 years’ work experience as an Administrative Assistant or related field. Previous employment in a school setting is beneficial, but not required. Candidates must have excellent people skills, the ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions, computer fluency, and be a self-sufficient worker, who is willing to learn quickly and carry out assignments to completion.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Auxiliary Administrative Assistant“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Under the supervision of the Director, the teacher will instruct students according to the prescribed LHPS curriculum. The teacher will perform related teaching tasks and functions such as planning, research, curriculum alignment, assessment and record-keeping in an efficient and effective manner. As needed, the teacher will also willingly participate in the school community and student co-curricular activities. This is a full time position with benefits.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Instructs students using various teaching methods, such as lecture, demonstrations, group work, hands-on activities, uses audiovisual aids, technology and other resources to supplement instruction.
  • Prepares a yearly plan, course objectives and unit outlines for course of study following curriculum guidelines and/or requirements of the State of Florida, LHPS, and accrediting agencies.
  • Assigns and corrects homework.
  • Administers both formative and summative tests and assessments to evaluate student progress and adjust teaching plan.
  • Keeps accurate and up-to-date student records.
  • Issues reports to parents to inform about progress and assessment results.
  • Keeps attendance and grade records.
  • Maintains discipline and safety in classroom.
  • Meets and/or communicates with parents to discuss individual student progress and problems.
  • Participates in faculty and professional meetings, curriculum projects as needed, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Performs related duties, such as sponsoring one or more activities or student organizations, assisting students in selecting courses of study, and advising students in adjustment and academic problems.
  • Keeps teacher certification current; provides Human Resources a copy of Certificate or Statement of Eligibility and with proof of courses taken towards certification or re-certification.
  • Should be willing to do whatever necessary to assure comfort, safety, and health of students entrusted to him/her.
  • Performs other duties as requested or assigned.

Job Qualifications and Requirements

  • Must be consistently suitable dressed and groomed during work hours and/or when representing LHPS.
  • Must have excellent communication and people skills.
  • Must be able to work well with children and have a working knowledge of child development at the level in which they will be teaching.
  • May need to work in a sitting or standing position for long periods of time.
  • May need to be able to bend, stoop, kneel or squat and to lift limited amounts.
  • May need to walk to other locations on campus; may need to climb steps.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Teachers must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, be certified/qualified in grades 6-12, and proficient teaching Algebra and Pre-Algebra. Candidates should have a minimum of two years teaching experience. Fluency with, or strong interest in, using iPads for collaborative and instruction is required.


How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Middle School Math Teacher “ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Under the supervision of the Director, the teacher will instruct students according to the prescribed LHPS curriculum. The teacher will perform related teaching tasks and functions such as planning, research, curriculum alignment, assessment and record-keeping in an efficient and effective manner. As needed, the teacher will also willingly participate in the school community and student co-curricular activities. This is a full time position with benefits.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Instructs students on interpreting literature.
  • Assigns books to read, including classics and contemporary novels.
  • Helps students interpret literature and poetry.
  • Teaches students about the structure and content of the English language, including proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
  • Prepares a yearly plan, course objectives and unit outlines for course of study following curriculum guidelines and/or requirements of the State of Florida, LHPS, and accrediting agencies.
  • Keeps accurate and up-to-date student records.
  • Issues reports to parents to inform about progress and assessment results.
  • Keeps attendance and grade records.
  • Maintains discipline and safety in classroom.
  • Meets and/or communicates with parents to discuss individual student progress and problems.v
  • Participates in faculty and professional meetings, curriculum projects as needed, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Performs related duties, such as sponsoring one or more activities or student organizations, assisting students in selecting courses of study, and advising students in adjustment and academic problems.
  • Keeps teacher certification current; provides Human Resources a copy of Certificate or Statement of Eligibility and with proof of courses taken towards certification or re-certification. vShould be willing to do whatever necessary to assure comfort, safety, and health of students entrusted to him/her.
  • Performs other duties as requested or assigned.

Job Qualifications and Requirements

  • Must be consistently suitable dressed and groomed during work hours and/or when representing LHPS.
  • Must have excellent communication and people skills.
  • Must be able to work well with children and have a working knowledge of child development at the level in which they will be teaching.
  • May need to work in a sitting or standing position for long periods of time.
  • May need to be able to bend, stoop, kneel or squat and to lift limited amounts.
  • May need to walk to other locations on campus; may need to climb steps.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Teachers must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and be certified/qualified in grades 6-12. Candidates should have a minimum of two years teaching experience. Fluency with, or strong interest in, using iPads for collaborative and instruction is required.


How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Middle School English Teacher“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

The position of the Middle School Nurse is to provide health care to students and staff members which includes administering medications, providing first aid, and promoting health education. The part time position will be Monday, Tuesday and every other Wednesday. The times are 7:40am – 3:30pm. The Middle School Nurse primary work location is at the Charles Clayton Campus (Middle School). Occasionally the Middle School nurse may work at the Charles E. Bradshaw Campus (Upper and Lower School), as needed. We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Be familiar with student health conditions
  • Administer first aid and medications as needed
  • Document clinic visits and administration of medications on paper and the computer
  • Provide health education and counseling for parents, students and faculty as needed
  • Maintain stock of clinic supplies and first aid kits
  • Maintain accurate student health and immunization records Report to Charles E. Bradshaw Campus clinic nurse any serious infectious disease, or newly diagnosed student health condition
  • Maintain strict confidentiality regarding student and staff member’s health information

Education/Experience

  • Current Florida licensed Registered Nurse required
  • B.S.N. or equivalent degree
  • Pediatric experience preferred
  • Valid CPR certificate

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Middle School Nurse – Part Time“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated teacher to join an engaged and forward thinking Math department. The ideal candidate should be qualified and experienced at teaching all levels of high school Math through Pre-Calculus. Our teachers throw themselves into the life of the school, often attending athletic or arts events; they contribute to department and whole school discussions; and they demonstrate love of lifelong learning, along with a desire to try new approaches in the classroom for the good of our students.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Take a personal interest in each student’s overall growth.
  • Plan and carry out engaging, student centered classes.
  • Work to assure that the school’s mission, vision and goals are reflected in the classroom.
  • Assess students’ growth and progress, using a variety of measurements including competency based grading.
  • Communicate with parents as needed, including them in partnership with the teacher’s efforts.
  • Promptly attend to administrative requirements such as attendance, grade reporting and participation in faculty meetings and trainings.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Candidates must have a four year college degree in the field in which they will be teaching (Math, Math Education or related field.). The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and some Education coursework completed. Should have a minimum of 3 years classroom teaching experience. Must be committed to gaining State of Florida educator’s certification.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Upper School Math“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated teacher to join an engaged and forward thinking Science department. The ideal candidate should be willing and able to teach all levels of Physics from Introductory courses through AP level courses (though actual teaching duties will not encompass all levels.). Our teachers throw themselves into the life of the school, often attending athletic or arts events; they contribute to department and whole school discussions; and they demonstrate love of lifelong learning, along with a desire to try new approaches in the classroom for the good of our students.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Take a personal interest in each student’s overall growth.
  • Plan and carry out engaging, student centered classes.
  • Work to assure that the school’s mission, vision and goals are reflected in the classroom.
  • Assess students’ growth and progress, using a variety of measurements including competency based grading.
  • Communicate with parents as needed, including them in partnership with the teacher’s efforts.
  • Promptly attend to administrative requirements such as attendance, grade reporting and participation in faculty meetings and trainings.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Candidates must have a four year college degree in the field in which they will be teaching (Physics or closely related field.). The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and some Education coursework completed. Should have a minimum of 3 years classroom teaching experience. Must be committed to gaining State of Florida educator’s certification.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Upper School Physics“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated teacher to join an engaged and forward thinking Social Studies department. The ideal candidate should be qualified and experienced at teaching World and United States History. (Interest and ability to help coach in our award winning Speech and Debate, or Athletic programs is a plus.) Our teachers throw themselves into the life of the school, often attending athletic or arts events; they contribute to department and whole school discussions; and they demonstrate love of lifelong learning, along with a desire to try new approaches in the classroom for the good of our students.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Take a personal interest in each student’s overall growth.
  • Plan and carry out engaging, student centered classes.
  • Work to assure that the school’s mission, vision and goals are reflected in the classroom.
  • Assess students’ growth and progress, using a variety of measurements including competency based grading.
  • Communicate with parents as needed, including them in partnership with the teacher’s efforts.
  • Promptly attend to administrative requirements such as attendance, grade reporting and participation in faculty meetings and trainings.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Candidates must have a four year college degree in History/Social Studies or a related field (such as Political Science.) The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree, and a minimum of 3 years classroom teaching experience. Must have or be committed to gaining State of Florida educator’s certification.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Upper School Social Studies “ in the subject line.

 

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Lake Highland Preparatory School is seeking an Upper School debate coach for the 2019-2020 school year. The candidate must have national-level debate coaching experience in either Public Forum Debate or Lincoln-Douglas debate and a track record of success in coaching top-tier LD or PF debaters . Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Teaching and Instruction of both Middle School and High School Debate Classes
  • Full-Time coaching of a nationally competitive Lincoln-Douglas OR Public Forum team
  • Assisting in Team administration: Tournament planning, Parent coordination, Staff Coordination, Team Meetings, NSDA Points, League Registrations, etc.
  • Available to attend Local, State, and National Tournaments and serve as a lead chaperone (approximately 2-3 tournaments monthly)
     
  • Experience and certification in 7-12th grade social studies is a plus. Must possess at minimum a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

This is a full time, ten month, benefited position. Salary commensurate with teaching and coaching experience. Send résumé and letter of inquiry to: jobs@lhps.org

Summary

Lake Highland Prep's comprehensive art curriculum offers students dynamic instruction in the fine and performing arts. Students begin their artistic journey in the Lower School. In the Upper School, 9th-12th graders experience conservatory-like programs with advanced classes and competitions in a variety of visual and performing arts media. We are intensely proud of the artistic accomplishments of our talented Highlanders. Many of our graduates pursue their artistic passions in college, and some are called to careers in the arts.

Lake Highland’s band program introduces students to wind and percussion instruments beginning in 5th grade. Students are allowed to enter the program at every grade level thereafter. Beyond the daily ensemble classes, additional extra-curricular ensembles are offered like jazz band and marching band. The program is built on the premise that a positive experience in music will enrich a student’s future experiences regardless of their future pursuits in the arts.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Direct bands in the lower, middle and upper schools including extracurricular groups like jazz band, marching band and pep band.
  • Teach Music Theory (AP and Intro)
  • Utilize appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and technology that reflect understanding of various learning styles and needs of the students.
  • Conduct ongoing assessments of student achievement through formal and informa.
  • Create an environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
  • Establish and maintain open communication with parents, students, administrators, and teachers.
  • Work with administration and colleagues to develop a recruitment plan at all grade levels. Maintain current inventory of all fixed assets within department. Oversee process of cleaning, repairing, and storing all band equipment Maintain a budget for the program using Excel or other comparable program. Other related duties as assigned

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, Master’s degree preferred
  • Valid Florida teaching certificate with certification in Music (K-12)
  • Knowledge of overall operation of an instrumental music program
  • Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills
  • Minimum three years teaching and band directing experience

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Band Director Position “ in the subject line.

 

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders. Provide training and education to family, caregivers, and other professionals. Provide consultative and collaborative services to teachers, parents, administrators and allied agencies in order to integrate speech and language goals into the classroom, other educational programs, the home environment, and the community. Evaluate and report student progress for continuation or termination of services. Refer student to other professionals, agencies and/or administrators when appropriate.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Provide therapy and evaluate students during school year programming and summer extended school year program (if deemed necessary). Collaborate with school administrators/coordinators for effective planning, coordination and implementation of speech/language pathology programs into the total educational system including services provided during the traditional school year and/or summer extended school year programs.
  • Keep abreast of best practices in speech-language therapy. Investigate and apply new strategies to deliver student services by conducting or participating in continuing education/staff development.
  • Coordinate and schedule services in order to best meet the student’s needs.
  • Complete treatment notes and progress reports in a timely manner and according to school policy. Document all aspects of work with students according to school, state, and national guidelines.
  • Manage a detailed log of services provided and services missed due to student or therapist absences.
  • Communicate and coordinate with the head of Therapy Services to ensure school mission, philosophy, and procedures are followed and embraced.
  • Design and conduct training for parents and families. Engage parents and families in their student’s learning and acting as an ambassador for the school in the community.
  • Maintain confidentiality in order to protect the student’s privacy. Maintain confidential records in accordance of school, state, and national guidelines.
  • Maintain individual billing sheets and monthly billing sheets for services provided.
  • Adhere to all safety policies including all precautions of Blood borne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan.
  • Contribute productively to the school as a whole.
  • Attend and participate in school events outside of regular school hours.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education/Experience

  • 3 years pediatric work experience with all or partial experience in a school setting/environment
  • Masters Degree in speech language pathology
  • Licensed in the state of Florida as a Speech Language Pathologist
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in accordance with the requirements of the American Speech Language Hearing Association.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is April 1, 2019. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Part Time Speech Language Pathologist“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Provide screenings, evaluations, educational programs and therapeutic intervention for students identified with or suspected of having disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform daily life activities or participate in activities in the educational environment. These skills include sensory processing, self-regulation, visual perception, coordination, self-care and fine motor skills such as handwriting, cutting with scissors, dressing, shoe-tying and utensil use. Provide training and education to family, caregivers, and other professionals. Provide consultative and collaborative services to teachers, parents, administrators and allied agencies in order to integrate occupational therapy goals into the classroom, other educational programs, the home environment, and the community. Evaluate and report student progress for continuation or termination of services. Refer student to other professionals, agencies and/or administrators when appropriate.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Provide therapy and evaluate students during school year programming and summer extended school year program (if deemed necessary). Collaborate with school administrators/coordinators for effective planning, coordination and implementation of speech/language pathology programs into the total educational system including services provided during the traditional school year and/or summer extended school year programs.
  • Adapts and modifies the environment including assistive technology and training instructional staff to meet individual needs and to help students function as independently as possible.
  • Keep abreast of best practices in occupational therapy. Investigate and apply new strategies to deliver student services by conducting or participating in continuing education/staff development.
  • Coordinate and schedule services in order to best meet the student’s needs.
  • Complete treatment notes and progress reports in a timely manner and according to school policy. Document all aspects of work with students according to school, state, and national guidelines 
  • Manage a detailed log of services provided and services missed due to student or therapist absences.
  • Communicate and coordinate with the head of Therapy Services to ensure school mission, philosophy, and procedures are followed and embraced.
  • Design and conduct training for parents and families. Engage parents and families in their student’s learning and acting as an ambassador for the school in the community.
  • Manages inventory of therapeutic equipment and assessments, and project needs for budget planning.
  • Maintain confidentiality in order to protect the student’s privacy.
  • Maintain confidential records in accordance of school, state, and national guidelines.
  • Maintain individual billing sheets and monthly billing sheets for services provided 
  • Adhere to all safety policies including all precautions of Blood borne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan.
  • Contribute productively to the school as a whole.
  • Attend and participate in school events outside of regular school hours.
  • Other duties as assigned

Education/Experience

  • 3 years pediatric work experience with all or partial experience in a school setting/environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree in occupational therapy
  • Licensed in the state of Florida as an Occupational Therapist

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is April 1, 2019. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Occupational Therapist“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Lake Highland Preparatory School is seeking a part-time professional Campus Safety Officer. The successful candidate will be positive, polite, and safety conscious. Experience working in a private school environment is desired. A Florida class D security license is required. A clean driving record is a must. The position requires up to 29 hours per week which may include nights, weekends, and holidays. Campus Safety Officer positions are subject to level 2 background screening and Drug-Free workplace testing. Campus Safety Officers are required to participate in health/wellness program and training sessions. Interested candidates should send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

Summary

We presently have a Facilities Events Scheduler/Office Supervisor position open: This position reports to the Assistant Facilities Manager. The position will be a full-time, exempt position, benefit eligible. The position will work the following schedule: M-F, 8a.m.-4p.m.

This position is responsible for all Facilities event scheduling, summer activities scheduling, storage inventory, and office administrative activities. This also includes the supervision of the office assistant and in-house event workers.

This position will work with various event sponsors to make sure all aspects of the Facilities requirements are coordinated for their needs. This position also performs administrative tasks while applying various office skills in a way that will enhance and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the office, teachers, parents and staff.

This position is responsible for all School Dude impute of the utilities data.

This position is also the point of contact and administrator for any changes to the facilities scheduling, work orders, and preventative maintenance systems with School Dude software systems.

This position will set up all facilities employees schedules in the scheduling software of our choosing.

This position must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.

This position will require the employee to attend any large events that are sponsored by the school. This will insure we have a live contact person during these events.

This position will be required to work the Winter and Spring breaks like the other employees in the Facilities and Security departments.

This position does not have the authorization to give written warnings to any facilities employees or have the authority to hire or terminate any employee without the permission and approval of the Facilities/Property Manager.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Supervises all responsibilities of the Office Assistant and the event workers.
  • Manages facility scheduling, approving and scheduling facility use and set-up requirements with employees, vendors, contractors, parents and various outside groups.
  • This position develops all facilities techs and porter schedules in the scheduling software of our choosing.
  • This position oversees and manages all storage inventory items including inventory locations and moves.
  • Implements and/or oversees all training on school dude products and also the data entry for School Dude Energy Manager, FS Direct and PM direct as needed.
  • Creates and reviews all requests for events/activities.
  • Documents issues with events so it can be discussed to see how the department can enhance productivity and effectiveness with event set ups.
  • Works, as needed, with the Assistant Facilities Manager to ensure all needs are covered for the upcoming event set up needs.
  • This position will manage the Microsoft Access software in order to facilitate and process rental applications when individuals or groups are requesting the usage of the school’s facilities. This position will also generate invoices from these events.
  • Has post meeting debriefs with those involved in large events to see if improvements can be made for the next event and reports any updates to the Assistant Facilities Manager.
  • Assists Facilities Services / Property Managers as needed
  • Manages and completes special projects as assigned.
  • Will supervise the department timekeeping on a scheduling software program and will review requests for time off.
  • Make sure all time sheets are complete and time is recorded correctly for Assistant Manager or Manager’s signature.
  • Prepare correspondence, Power Point presentations, forms, operating procedures, etc. using Microsoft Office Suite products for Manager’s signature. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Oversees and maintains/enforces current information such as liability and workers comp insurance documents for contractors/vendors.
  • Oversees office files and will supervise organization documents, records and reports.
  • Must reply and respond to emails within 24 business hours in order to keep communication open and current.

Physical Requirements

  • May be required to climb steps, and/or to walk to various locations.
  • May be required to work in a sitting position for extended periods of time.
  • May be required to work at a computer for long periods of time.
  • May be required to work extra hours, weekends and holidays upon manager’s request.
  • Must be able to lift 40 lb

Education/Experience

The minimum requirements for this position are either a Bachelor’s degree, or a minimum of 4-years of experience working as an event scheduler/coordinator with a company who schedules an average of approximately 8 events per day. (Some could be large and some could be smaller in nature). Preference for candidates with previous experience working in a school environment and/or with the SchoolDude or similar scheduling software.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is 3/29/2019. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Facilities Event Scheduler/Office Supervisor" in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

We presently have a Janitorial Supervisor position open: This position reports to the Assistant Facilities Manager. The position will be a full-time, exempt position, benefit eligible. The position will work the following schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 6a-2p and Wednesday’s 10a-6p.

This position requires the person to be fluently bilingual in both English & Spanish. This position is responsible for janitorial services management. This position is responsible for the coordination and general supervision of all of the cleaning and janitorial contracts and in-house porter duties.

This position is responsible for making sure that all yearly detailed cleaning work is scheduled and inspected on a daily basis. This position will work with various event sponsors to make sure all aspects of the facilities janitorial requirements are coordinated for their needs.

This position is responsible for all aspects of School Dude facilities janitorial work orders and completion.

This position must be able to work independently with minimal supervision. This position will be required to work the Winter and Spring breaks like the other managers in Facilities and Security.

This position also performs administrative tasks while applying various office skills in a way that will enhance and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the office, teachers and staff. This position must be proficient in various software programs such as but not limited to: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook email and calendars, Gmail and Google Drive.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • This position is responsible for all janitorial services and contracts.
  • This position is responsible for scheduling and coordinating all of the janitorial services.
  • This position supervises and reviews daily schedules for the in-house porters.
  • This position is responsible for reviewing and developing any needed changes to daily schedules approved by the managers.
  • Coordinate and monitor the day-to-day cleaning services with the contracted cleaning company supervisors.
  • Ensures that LHPS’ cleaning standards are maintained and all work is done in a timely and efficient manner and will report any deficiencies or issues that need to be addressed - to the Facilities Manager.
  • Implements and oversees in-house Porter instruction and training.
  • Supervises and coordinates all cleaning activities and is required to report deficiencies to the Assistant facilities manager when they arise.
  • Reviews all FS direct schedules that have cleaning services requested and reports to Assistant Facilities Services/Property Manager when if/when those assignments are not completed.
  • Documents issues with janitorial execution of tasks on the Google Drive every day so it can be discussed and work orders can be written for the porters or janitorial service to remedy the issue in a timely manner.
  • Works as needed with the event set up staff and the events scheduler to insure all needs are covered for the upcoming event janitorial needs.
  • Has post meeting/debriefs with the events scheduler and those involved with large events to see if improvements can be made for the next event and reports those to the Assistant Facilities manager.
  • Assists in processing training documents for Facilities Services porter staff when needed.
  • Assists Facilities Services / Property Manager and staff as needed.
  • Manages and completes special projects as assigned.
  • Coordinate and monitor the day-to-day cleaning services with the contracted cleaning company supervisors. Ensures that LHPS’ cleaning standards are maintained and all work is done in a timely and efficient manner and reports any deficiencies/issues to the Assistant Facilities Manager.
  • Will coordinate with cleaning company for replacement substitutes for Porters when they are out if needed.
  • Oversee the ordering of all janitorial supplies for the department and janitorial vendor contracts. Also responsible for taking inventory periodically and supervising supplies inventory.
  • Must reply and respond to emails within 24 business hours to keep communication open and up-to-date.

Physical Requirements

  • May be required to climb steps, and/or to walk to various locations.
  • May be required to work in a sitting position for extended periods of time.
  • May be required to work at a computer for long periods of time.
  • May be required to work extra hours, weekends and holidays upon manager’s request.
  • Must be able to lift 40 lb

Education/Experience

  • Requires a minimum 2 year college degree or equivalent certified training in janitorial.
  • Requires 3 years of supervision or in a managerial position over janitorial services.
  • This position requires person to be bilingual proficient in Spanish and English.
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment.
  • Knowledge of business grammar; office practices and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate well with others.
  • Must be able to speak and write well enough to effectively communicate within the department and others without disruption of work flow.
  • Accurate typing proficiency of a minimum of 40 words per minute.
  • Knowledge in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Willingness to learn other software programs when requested to do so.
  • Willingness to attend job-related seminars and classes when requested.
  • Must hold valid Florida driver’s license. You must keep your record clean enough to be able to be accepted by our liability carrier to operate a company vehicle.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is 3/29/2019. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Facilities Janitorial Supervisor" in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

This position is Monday – Thursday, 3:30-10:00 pm, 29 hours per week. This temporary facilities tech position could possibly move to a benefitted position.

The successful candidate must have great customer service skills and a minimum of 4+ years in facilities maintenance or general maintenance repairs in a commercial setting such as office buildings, hotel/motel, public or private schools.

The candidate must be multi-task oriented and have knowledge and experience working with lighting, painting, drywall repair, electrical, and plumbing.

Additional requirements include a general knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Outlook for email, the ability to write and speak clearly, and the ability to work well with others in a service-oriented environment. Applicant must hold a valid driver’s license and is subject to a background check, fingerprinting, and drug testing. To apply, send resumes to: jobs@lhps.org

Lake Highland Preparatory School is seeking a part-time professional bus driver. The successful candidate will be positive, polite, and safety conscious. Experience operating a school bus or working in a school environment is desired. A Class CDL B with passenger, school bus, and air brake endorsements is required. A clean driving record is a must. The position is for up to 29 hours per week in the afternoon, evenings, and weekends. Driving positions are subject to level 2 background screening and DOT/Drug-Free workplace testing. Interested candidates should send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

Part time (non-benefited), assistant age group swimming coaches and swim lesson instructors for Highlander Aquatics. Looking for qualified individuals who love the sport of swimming and enjoy working with children in a competitive and fun atmosphere. Hours: Monday – Thursday from 3:30 – 6:15 pm. To apply, send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a head varsity cheer coach. This position includes oversight of both fall and winter game and competitive cheer teams. Candidates must possess the ability and desire to work closely with adolescents, coaches, faculty, and administration.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Develops practice, game, camp, tryout, and competitive schedules for all levels.
  • Works with cheerleaders during practices and games.
  • Establishes and maintains standards of student athlete behavior and provides proper supervision at all times.
  • Monitors student-athlete academic performance.
  • Oversees budget items and responsible for budget and purchasing at all program levels.
  • Acts as team representative and promotes the Cheer program by communicating with parents, administration, booster club, etc.
  • Participates in/ organizes special events including/ but not limited to: parent meetings, banquets, awards nights, pep rallies, etc.
  • Monitors all eligibility criteria of athletes. Attends staff development meetings, clinics, or other professional organization activities to improve coaching.
  • Responsible for assistance in hiring qualified coaches for all levels.

Education/Experience

Qualified candidates must have the minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3 years experience in Cheer coaching
  • AACCA Certification

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is March 22, 2019. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Head Varsity Cheer Coach“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a full time assistant athletic trainer. The position includes evaluations, treatment, referral and rehabilitation of all athletic injuries; working closely with head athletic trainer, strength and conditioning coach, physicians, athletic director and coaches. Candidates must possess the ability and desire to work closely with adolescents, coaches, faculty and families.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the athletic training needs for athletes and events of grades 6-12.
  • Assist in the day-to-day operations of the athletic training room.
  • Ensure proper use of equipment and facilities by student-athletes.
  • Assist the Head Athletic Trainer with the prevention and care of student-athlete injuries and illnesses.
  • Maintain computerized health/injury records on supervised student-athletes through Sports Injury Management System (SIMS).
  • Obtain required continuing education requirements to fulfill state and the BOC certifications.

Education/Experience

Qualified candidates must have the minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training
  • Current NATABOC certification
  • Current First Aid/CPR/AED certification
  • Must have Florida licensure
  • Master’s degree preferred, but not required

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Assistant Athletic Trainer“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

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