Student Support Roles
Set high expectations. Measure the growth.
Student Support staff members are committed to supporting teachers and students in their work to close the achievement gap. They believe effective collaboration, targeted support and high expectations will ensure academic success for all students. After a competitive application process, our Student Support staff will take on the challenging role of instructional leaders of their area of expertise (Students with Special Needs, ESL, Speech and Language Pathology, OT, PT, etc). Beginning in July teachers and coordinators will participate in extensive and rigorous professional development where the expectation they set for themselves and their students is 100% mastery. At Brooke there is a strong culture of excellence fostered among the teaching staff. Brooke staff members are constantly going above and beyond to meet the diverse needs of their students. Do not apply via email – you MUST apply via our recruit and hire site only.
Please see the most up to date openings here.
- A license or degree in the field you are applying for (i.e., Special Education Degree, SLP degree, ESL license or degree) (required)
- Commitment to ensuring academic success for all students
- Shared dedication to Brooke’s philosophy and mission
- Track record of producing large, measurable gains in student achievement
- Excellent teamwork, communication and organization skills
Step 1: Submit an online application We accept applications on a rolling basis, and we encourage you to submit your application as early as possible. To view open positions, click the link to our recruit and hire site. To formally apply, create an online profile and upload your most recent resume and cover letter. We do not accept applications via email or direct mail. Our recruitment team reviews all completed applications, and we make every effort to respond in a timely manner.
Step 2: Phone Interview Selected applicants will participate in a phone interview with our Director of Talent. We will focus on your previous experience and the content of your application.
Step 3: Lesson Demo Applicants applying for a Student Support role will be invited to submit a 35-40 minute demo lesson (it can be mailed on a disc, shared on Dropbox, or uploaded to YouTube). We will give more information about the demo lesson requirements if you are invited to this phase of the application process.
Step 4: Administrative Interview Applicants who are invited to this phase of the application process will participate in a phone interview with our Director of Student Support Services. Your conversation will include a debrief of your lesson demo as well as your past teaching experiences.
Step 5: In-Person Interview Applicants will be invited to an in-person interview at one of our schools. During your visit you’ll observe Morning Motivation and classroom teaching. You will meet with a panel of teachers, the recruitment team, and the school-based principal.
Step 6: Reference Check During your in-person interview, you will be asked to submit the names of three references.