Employment Opportunities

Positions advertised are for the 2024-2025 school year beginning July 1, 2024.

Full time positions are for an 11 month school year, paid over 12 months.

 

The Harbour School, a small private school for students with learning challenges, autism, and multiple disabilities, has many great career opportunities. We offer competitive compensation packages that include salary, insurance benefits, tuition reimbursement, on-site training, a generous retirement plan, direct deposit and more. We also offer our staff members the opportunity to earn a tuition-free master's degree through Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Click HERE to view a short video produced by our staff and students - and learn about the benefits of becoming a member of the Harbour family!

 

Cross Campus - Annapolis/Baltimore

Fax:  410-757-3722

Email: bhuber@harbourschool.org

No positions available.

Annapolis

Fax: 410-757-3722
Email: mabrown@harbourschool.org.

Assistant Teacher - Assistant teachers at Harbour are active participants in the teaching/learning process and an integral part of each classroom's teaching team.  Candidates must have a bachelor's degree, preferably in education or human services.  Duties include providing instruction under the supervision of the lead teacher, assisting with classroom management, implementing lessons, and working directly with students, developing social skills as well as assisting with social emotional learning.  Assistant teachers are part of a dynamic team working toward creating exceptional educational outcomes for students with special needs. 

Librarian/Media Specialist - Seeking a qualified Librarian/Media Specialist for the school media center at our Annapolis campus.  Candidate must have a background in library science.  Candidate should have experience in creation of unique and engaging programming for students with special needs in grades 1-12.  Duties include facilitating activities for students and staff that encourage use of the media center, working collaboratively to ensure that the media collection meets Maryland State Department of Education guidelines and serves as a resource for staff and students.  The Librarian/Media Specialist will also research and purchase new material for the media collection.  This position is part of a dynamic team working toward creating exceptional educational outcomes for students with special needs. 

School Social Worker - If you have a passion for helping special education students in grades 1-12 and want to work with a highly skilled Clinical team, Harbour offers a great environment. The successful candidate for this position will have a thorough understanding of student populations, SEL and mental health issues that impact special needs students and will be capable of developing treatment plans that are tailored to the needs of the student. Candidates should also be passionate about sharing their knowledge to improve a student's educational and social growth with families and a dynamic team of professionals. A masters degree in social work is required. Supervision for a LMSW is available on site if needed. Funding is also available for CEUs.  Ability to work with a variety of students, families and team members is a must. 

Responsibilities:

  • Treat a variety of special needs students with various challenges in individual and group sessions.
  • Assess, develop and implement individual clinical and social skills goals.
  • Work with a dynamic school team to create and implement programing that leads to educational and social growth.

 Substitute Teacher -  Part time, on call position.  A bachelors degree is required.  The teaching environment includes small class sizes, maxing out at 10 students per classroom.  Each classroom has a lead and an assistant teacher assigned; when substituting, you will fill in for the assistant teacher position. Great hours and fun working environment.  Serious inquiries only. 

Teacher - Experience with creating hands-on, meaningful, engaging lessons and working with special needs students is ideal.  Ability to understand students with a variety of learning styles and differentiation of lessons to meet individual needs is required.  Low student/teacher ratio of 1:5 with a bachelor's level trained full time assistant teacher  in each classroom as part of the teaching team. We offer small class size, great resources and excellent benefits.  Duties include planning and implementing instruction for special needs students, differentiation in instruction, IEP case management and mentoring of students.  The successful candidate will work as part of a dynamic instructional team with an emphasis on collaboration to create exceptional outcomes for students.  MSDE licensure is preferred, however a tuition free pathway to licensure is available for eligible candidates through our master's degree program with Notre Dame of Maryland University.  

 

Baltimore 

Fax: 443-394-3765

Email: resumes@harbourschool.org 

Assistant Teacher - Assistant teachers at Harbour are active participants in the teaching/learning process and an integral part of each classroom's teaching team.  Candidates must have a bachelor's degree, preferably in education or human services.  Duties include providing instruction under the supervision of the lead teacher, assisting with classroom management, implementing lessons, and working directly with students, developing social skills as well as assisting with social emotional learning.  Assistant teachers are part of a dynamic team working toward creating exceptional educational outcomes for students with special needs. 

Job Coach - Seeking an individual to provide on-site job training in the community for high school students with disabilities.  This position is part of a larger transition team and will work directly with students to provide job readiness and social skills training to students at community job sites.  Ideal candidate will have experience working with special needs populations, work well with people from a variety of backgrounds, be detail oriented and have demonstrated effective communication skills.  Individual should enjoy a busy work environment, have good attention to detail and work well as a member of a team.  Individual must have a clean driving record and be willing to drive students in a company provided car.  A bachelor's degree is required.  

School Social Worker - If you have a passion for helping special education students in grades 1-12 and want to work with a highly skilled Clinical team, Harbour offers a great environment. The successful candidate for this position will have a thorough understanding of student populations, SEL and mental health issues that impact special needs students and will be capable of developing treatment plans that are tailored to the needs of the student. Candidates should also be passionate about sharing their knowledge to improve a student's educational and social growth with families and a dynamic team of professionals. A masters degree in social work is required. Supervision for a LMSW is available on site if needed. Funding is also available for CEUs.  Ability to work with a variety of students, families and team members is a must. 

Responsibilities:

  • Treat a variety of special needs students with various challenges in individual and group sessions.
  • Assess, develop and implement individual clinical and social skills goals.
  • Work with a dynamic school team to create and implement programing that leads to educational and social growth.

Speech/Language Pathologist - The successful candidate for this position will have a thorough understanding of how communication functions within the brain and will be capable of developing treatment plans that are tailored to the needs of the student. Candidates should also be passionate about sharing their knowledge to improve a student's educational and social growth with families and a dynamic team of professionals. A masters degree in speech pathology is required. Supervision for CFY is available on site. Ability to work with a variety of students, families and team members is a must. This is an 11 month position paid over 12 months. We offer a liberal leave policy with paid personal leave and school holidays, as well as outstanding health and retirement benefits. Salary commensurate with industry standards.

Responsibilities:

  • Treat a variety of students with speech and language disorders and challenges in individual and group sessions.

  • Assess, develop and implement individual speech and language goals.

  • Work with a dynamic school team to create and implement programming that leads to educational and social growth.

  • Administer and interpret tests used to evaluate speech and language skills; counsel patients on the effects of their disorders. 

Teacher, HS English - Experience with creating hands-on, meaningful, engaging lessons and working with special needs students is ideal.  Ability to understand students with a variety of learning styles and differentiation of lessons to meet individual needs is required.  A bachelor's level trained full time assistant teacher is part of the teaching team with a small class size, great resources and excellent benefits.  Duties include planning and implementing instruction for special needs students, differentiation in instruction, IEP case management and mentoring of students.  The successful candidate will work as part of a dynamic instructional team with an emphasis on collaboration to create exceptional outcomes for students.  MSDE licensure is preferred, however a tuition free pathway to licensure is available for eligible candidates through our master's degree program with Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Transition Specialist - This position oversees the post-secondary goals of students, develops, and implements individual community work experiences for students and assists with accessing post-secondary services, employment, or higher education as appropriate.  The ideal candidate will have at least two years' experience in transition or providing community-based supports to individuals with disabilities and the ability to assist individuals in refining job goals, job development and job training.  A good understanding of federal, state, and local programs that provide available community supports for independence.  Familiarity with eligibility and applying for services is a must.  Individual should be familiar with developing and implementing IEP/Transition plans.  This position is part of a larger, dynamic post-secondary team and the ability to collaborate is important.  It is a fast paced environment that requires the ability to manage multiple priorities, attention to detail and willingness to collaborate with others.  A bachelor's degree is required.

Disclaimer: The Harbour School is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The School is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.