CAREERS AT RISE

Thank you for your interest in employment at The Rise School of Austin! Applicants must meet minimum requirements for the position for which they are applying and will only be considered for positions if the minimum requirements are met

Current Openings

Please review the job description before applying.

Once you are ready to apply, please include your resume and a cover letter.

Teacher

The Rise School of Austin is looking for a teacher to join our team.

A Teacher at The Rise School of Austin is an educator with a Bachelor’s degree and some experience in special education, early childhood education, or a related field. A teacher is both a coach and is being coached. A teacher is an expert of minimum standards and can coach his/her teaching assistant on such standards. A teacher is also striving for exemplary fulfillment of other quality standards, including those outlined in NAEYC, and will be given more responsibilities throughout the school year as requested and determined appropriate by supervisors. A teacher is an assertive and effective communicator, a willing collaborator, and an experienced early childhood teacher of children of ALL abilities

Supervisors: Lead Teacher and Head of School

Teaching Job Description & Minimum Requirements

Below are job descriptions and minimum requirements for the teaching roles at Rise. Please see above for current openings and review this information before submitting an application to ensure that you meet the minimum requirements! 

Rise, in recognition of its responsibilities to its staff, volunteers, and the community it serves, reaffirms its policy to ensure fair and equal treatment in all its employment practices for all persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

 

Lead Teacher

Lead Teacher

A lead teacher at The Rise School of Austin is an exemplary educator with a master’s degree and experience in special education, early childhood education, or a related field. A lead teacher is an advocate for our mission, a model of professionalism, a source of support and partnership for families, an assertive and effective communicator, a willing collaborator, a fair and explicit coach, and an expert early childhood teacher for children of ALL abilities.

Supervisors: Executive and Program Directors

Teacher

Teacher

A teacher at The Rise School of Austin is an educator with a bachelor’s degree and some experience in special education, early childhood education, or a related field. A teacher is both a coach and is being coached. A teacher is an expert of minimum standards and can coach her teaching assistant on such standards. A teacher is also striving for exemplary fulfillment of other quality standards, including those outlined by NAEYC, and will be given more responsibilities throughout the school year as requested and determined appropriate by her supervisors. A teacher is an assertive and effective communicator, a willing collaborator, and an experienced early childhood teacher for children of ALL abilities.

Supervisors: Executive and Program Directors; Lead Teacher 

Teaching
Assistant

Teaching Assistant

A teaching assistant at The Rise School of Austin is an educator with a minimum of a child development associates degree. A teaching assistant is responsible for maintaining a healthy and safe environment. Teaching assistants will be given more responsibilities throughout the school year as requested and determined appropriate by their supervisors. A teacher is an assertive and effective communicator, a willing collaborator, and an early childhood teacher for children of ALL abilities.  

Supervisors: Executive and Program Directors; Lead Teacher

Floating
Teaching
Assistant

Floating Teaching Assistant

A teaching assistant at The Rise School of Austin is an educator with a minimum of a child development associates degree. A teaching assistant is responsible for maintaining a healthy and safe environment. Teaching assistants will be given more responsibilities throughout the school year as requested and determined appropriate by their supervisors. A teacher is an assertive and effective communicator, a willing collaborator, and an early childhood teacher for children of ALL abilities.  

Supervisors: Executive and Program Directors; Lead Teacher

WHERE EVERY STUDENT SHINES

THE RISE SCHOOL OF AUSTIN
4800 Manor Road, Building J
Austin, TX 78723
CONTACT:
512-891-1682
info@riseschoolaustin.org
HOURS:
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 am - 2:30 pm

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