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Are you interested in coaching students in academics and social emotional learning? Are you passionate about supporting students' growth? We are always growing and looking to add highly qualified staff to the Hopkins Team. Current Job Openings are posted below.


Responsibilities of the Job:

This is a contract position. We match you with clients and provide training, you provide the coaching and tutoring. You will be responsible for planning and delivering targeted, personalized lessons to struggling learners in a one-on-one environment. Follow-up notes to parents must be completed in a timely manner for each student you work with. You may also be asked to communicate directly with teachers, therapists, or other school staff regarding your work with a student (usually by email). All Hopkins Coaches are responsible for travelling to the home of the student, or another mutually agreed upon location (such as a cafe or library). Hopkins Coaches are expected to attend periodic staff meetings and training sessions.

Required Work Experience, Skills and Education:

  • Five years of classroom teaching or similar student-centered experience in school setting

  • Degree (Master's preferred) in education-related field

  • Special Education Teaching Certification

  • Familiarity with/ commitment to mindfulness and SEL education; willingness to attend PD

  • Experience in building positive relationships with students to guide them toward success

  • Strong written and verbal communication

  • Dedication to professionalism and a strong work ethic --this is KEY- you must be committed to excellence

  • Willingness to collaborate with student support team

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to esh@hopkinseducation

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Job Description:

We are seeking a special education teacher who is excited and ready to work with some amazing kids this summer in our top-voted summer program. In this position, you’ll facilitate one-on-one learning for students with IEPs during the morning academic session. You’ll also ensure child safety during transitions, on breaks, at lunch, and in the parking lots getting into and out of vehicles. (Some kids will need more support than others; supports will be determined before the start of the program when rosters are finalized.) During the afternoon outings and field trips, you will be responsible for a small group (up to 5 kids) and keeping them in your sight at all times, engaging with them about their experiences. Our program has both typical kids and kids with special needs, so your afternoon small group will be a mix of kids with various interests, abilities, and needs.


  • Facilitate one-on-one learning for students on IEPs, supporting current academic and behavioral goals

  • Create and implement one whole group lesson per week, up to 30 minutes (educational or social skills focus)

  • Work with students in small groups for academic support

  • Manage and be directly responsible for up to 5 students on community outings and field trips

  • Support students through transitions, lunch and snack times

  • Driving students to and from field trips safely

  • Being the expert and de-escalating students or situations as needed

  • Supporting students’ overall emotional well-being and ensuring they have a safe, fun, and positive summer experience


  • Must Have: current teaching license with Special Education certification

  • Experience working with students with special needs

  • Energetic and fun- Must LOVE working with kids!

  • Flexible, calm under pressure, level headed

  • Dependable and punctual

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to esh@hopkinseducation

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