A school counselor must be engaging and student-centered with a willingness to learn PBIS and Restorative Practices. Candidates must have and ADE School Counselor Certificate. This is a 1 year grant funded position with the potential for rehire next year. Competitive salary based on experience.
GCOA is looking for a full-time interventionist teacher position who will provide academic interventions for students identified for intervention. Interventionist would help develop and execute a comprehensive MTSS system. Teaching degree and ability to become certified required. This position is grant funded and eligible for benefits.
GCOA’s family director is a vital position in promoting student and family engagement. This role leads student recruitment, enrollment, and family engagement. Hourly pay is $16-$20 per hour, depending on experience and education. Typical work weeks will be 25-35 hours per week with the potential of it becoming full-time. This position is grant funded and not eligible for benefits.
Paraprofessionals must bring initiative to a dynamic classroom and schoolwide environment. Paras are typically paired with a core teacher and may be asked to support small group instruction, run a restorative circle, and support teacher prep materials and organization. Paraprofessionals must be comfortable supporting and enforcing classroom management. Compensation starts at $15 per hour.
At GCOA we are a family, committed to an active learning environment not just for students but for ALL GCOA members. Staff work together to cultivate a unique and refreshing environment where we focus on personal development, growth, and care of the individual. Our staff are available to collaborate and support each other through every moment of our learning experience. At GCOA we have an open door policy, where every conversation is welcome and all ideas are valued. Our leadership structure is horizontal, leveraging the unique skill set that each person has to bring to the table. We value authenticity, a growth mindset, and an openness to changing the paradigm of public education.