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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


We are Hiring NOW! 
Available opportunities are listed below.
If you would like to learn more about positions that are not listed or have general questions,

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Substitute Teachers

Orleans Justice Center AND Juvenile Justice Intervention Center  (2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR)

Student Voice and Communications Associate

Travis Hill Schools & Welcoming Project

Project Coordinator and Administrative Assistant

Community Advisory Group and Travis Hill NOLA's Welcoming Project

AmeriCorps Teaching Assistant

Travis Hill School @ JJIC

WHAT WE OFFER

A Chance to Be a Part of Educational Transformation at the Travis Hill Schools and Beyond:  At CEEAS we envision a future when all students, including those who are incarcerated, will attend schools that value them and provide them with the tools they need to become free, contributing members of our democratic society. We pride ourselves on providing research-based, practitioner-ready support and training for direct service providers and policy-level organizations all around the country.

As an organization that works to improve education in youth facilities around the country, what we learn and develop at the Travis Hill Schools will make its way to students and schools in locked facilities far beyond New Orleans. Working at the Travis Hill Schools will be very student and New Orleans focused, but the work will also have impact nationwide as a part of our commitment to transform education in juvenile and criminal justice facilities around the country.

 

A Competitive Salary, Benefits: CEEAS offers staff at the Travis Hill Schools a competitive salary and benefits package. Salaries are on par with education salaries in the greater New Orleans region, adjusted for our school calendar. Most staff will work on a modified 12 month calendar, but many teachers will have the option to work a 10.5 month schedule. CEEAS offers a Simple IRA plan (similar to a 403b plan) with a 3% employer match after six months. CEEAS provides health coverage to all full-time staff, and covers approximately 80% of the monthly premiums.  

 

Opportunities to Grow and Develop: In addition, Travis Hill School staff will have opportunities to develop professionally.  CEEAS is a leader in the movement to reform and improve schools in juvenile justice facilities around the country.  Travis Hill School staff will work closely with CEEAS’s national training team, and will have the opportunity to share practices that are working at Travis Hill more broadly.

WHAT WE EXPECT

People Who Believe in Our Students: Students attending schools in juvenile and adult detention facilities historically have been terribly served. The list of failures is now well documented: low academic expectations, curricula that are neither relevant nor rigorous, insufficient focus on literacy, inattention to social-emotional wellness, poor special education services, little or no emphasis on career preparation, poor or nonexistent transition planning and support, and a deficit approach that views incarcerated teens and young adults solely as problems to be fixed.  


What our students need is something radically different. They need the best teachers, best counselors, best curricula, best literacy programs, and best transition and community reintegration planning. Most of all, they need people and institutions who believe in them, their future, and their inherent value as young adults--who are willing to work tirelessly to make those beliefs hold true.

APPLICATION REVIEW TIMELINE

Positions at the Travis Hill Schools will be filled on a rolling basis. You will receive an immediate notification once your application has been submitted. Once we have reviewed your application, we will reach out to you shortly if we are interested in scheduling a phone interview. In order to increase your chances of being selected for a given position we recommend that you submit your online application as early as possible--and that you be as thorough as you can with your application materials.

APPLICATION FEEDBACK

We highly encourage you to complete your application with a high level of thoughtfulness, detail, and excellence. While we feel very fortunate to receive each and every application from interested candidates, we will not be able to provide feedback for candidates who do not move beyond the screening stages of the application process.​

* Candidates who make it to the final stages of the application process will have their professional references checked and will undergo a criminal background check.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Getting the best staff on board is critical right off the bat. We are committed to evaluating potential staff thoroughly. The graphic to the right outlines our hiring process: 

Step 1: Application Submission

Step 2: Phone Interview

Step 3: In-person Interview

Step 4: Performance Demonstration

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Volunteer and Community Resource Coordinator

Travis Hill NOLA: The Travis Hill Schools and the Welcoming Project