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Employment Opportunities

Please review the employment opportunities below. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and list of three references to Jilian Bar-or, Head of School at

Preschool Teacher

Shalom School's Preschool and Pre-k is NAEYC accredited and believes in fostering the emotional, social, academic, and spiritual development of each child. We are looking for qualified teachers to be part of our team.

We’re looking for a candidate who: 

  • Works well with a team of teachers 
  • Loves and respects children 
  • Interacts with children to support their emotional growth
  • Will be part of a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment
  • Uses observation techniques to record children's behaviors and skills, and maintain anecdotal records
  • Communicates well with families 

Education/Qualifications and Experience:

  • Minimum of 12 core ECE units 
  • 6 months or more of teaching experience 
  • Able/willing to run and play with children, as well as twist, bend, squat, lift, and carry
  • First Aid/CPR certified
  • Immunization and live scan clearance
  • Willing to attend after-hours staff development 

Medical, dental, vision, retirement, PTO, and professional development opportunities

Instructional Support Teacher

Shalom School's Director of Curriculum and Instruction seeks an experienced educator to design, coordinate, and provide research-based specialized instruction and services to students with learning differences. The Instructional Support Teacher will be responsible for creating and maintaining students’ individualized learning plans, evaluating and assessing student progress against instructional objectives; reviewing and interpreting educational testing; coaching teachers on differentiation and classroom interventions; managing the referral process to outside providers and public school services; and coordinating communication between students, parents, teachers, administrators, and service providers.

We’re looking for a candidate who: 

  • Has a thorough understanding of various special education needs and services and good knowledge of current special education topics and methodologies.
  • Has excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills with ability to maintain a calm and patient demeanor with all students, excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, a positive attitude, and strong collaboration skills.

Education/Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in Education from an accredited institution is required, Special Education preferred; Master’s degree in Special Education is preferred
  • Appropriate state license or certification required (Special Education credential, preferred)
  • Minimum three years teaching experience
  • A valid California driver's license
  • Experience working with children with a wide range of learning differences
  • Experience with English Language Learners is preferred, but not required

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, retirement, PTO, and professional development opportunities

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