City and Country School seeks Middle School Shared Associate Teachers for the 2020-2021 academic year, beginning in late August 2020.
The Shared Associate primarily works with either 3rd, 4th or 5th graders. With two groups at each age level, the Associate will be shared by two cooperating teachers. Each group has approximately 16 students.
The job of the Shared Associate is two-fold:
Four days a week the Shared Associate works with their cooperating teachers, supporting individual students, working within a small group setting and facilitating large group lessons.
One day a week the Shared Associate "floats," (or acts as a substitute) as needed, within the Middle and Upper School (3rd- 8th grade). If no coverage is needed on an Associate's "Float Day,” they remain in the classroom.
A Shared Associate responsibilities include:
Assists students and teachers with classroom instruction
Confers with students in Library each day
Facilitates a literature circle two or three times a week with a group of 6-7 students
Accompanies Groups on field trips
Meets regularly with teachers to confer and plan
Assists in the Play process
Helps draft student reports and participates in Parent Conferences
In addition to the classroom responsibilities the Middle/Upper School Associates share Morning Yard duties (M-F 8:00-8:30 a.m.) for additional compensation. The specific schedule is to be determined in August 2020.
City and Country School is an Equal Opportunity Employer with interest in developing diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body. City and Country School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, national origin, citizenship, or disability.
About City and Country School
City and Country School is an independent, progressive school for children ages 2-13 in Greenwich Village. Children at City and Country develop responsibility and a strong sense of community through group experiences such as block building and work with other open-ended materials in the Lower School, and group jobs in the Middle and Upper School. Through trips, books and opportunities for other first-hand experiences, children learn to ask questions and conduct meaningful research. An underlying respect for children, the group process, and a social-studies driven, interdisciplinary approach are among the hallmarks of our program.