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The Collaborative for Educational Services is dedicated to empowering teachers and inspiring learners through its various programs. To do that we need a diverse mix of dedicated, qualified employees. The Collaborative offers equitable salary, a full benefits package, professional development and an opportunity to make a difference.

CES is an equal opportunity employer and is particularly interested in candidates from a diverse range of cultural, ethnic, and racial backgrounds, and who are well suited to understanding and addressing the needs of the diverse student population we serve.

Open position titles listed below are organized by region and coded to reflect the hiring program (e.g., SpecEd, DYS, ProfDev, etc.).

Region: Western

Experienced Payroll Administrator needed who thrives on being organized,  is hyper-focused on the details and craves the rollercoaster cycle of a bi-weekly payroll for over 500 employees.  State Retirement and/or Teachers’ Retirement experience a plus.  

Region:
Western
Immediate openings for Summer School Teacher – DYS  West (Springfield/ Westfield)
 
Immediate opening for ELA , Math, Science and History Teachers to work with adolescents placed at-risk in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services.  Candidates should possess a Bachelor's Degree from accredited College or University (Masters Degree desirable), or Massachusetts teacher license in their core subject. Demonstrated successful teaching with urban youth highly desirable. 
Salary:
Per Scale
Region:
Western

Immediate openings for Substitute Teachers per diem and/or maternity leave with summer teaching possibility.  Teach adolescents placed at-risk in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Western Massachusetts.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Reliable vehicle / frequent travel required.

Salary:
Per Scale
Region:
Western

Registered Physical Therapist with a special interest and/or pediatric experience necessary to work in area schools supervising a PTA, performing evaluations, providing direct services to a varied caseload, consulting to district educators, and collaborating with specialist teams for children of all ages.  Licensed in Massachusetts and evidence of knowledge base to do the job or willingness to self-educate to perform tasks necessary with high level of expertise. Interviews to begin immediatelyto fill vacancy at the end of January.

Salary:
Scale
Region:
Western
Teach any four SEI Endorsement courses. Teacher courses vary in length; the longest teacher course includes 12 face-to-face sessions; the shortest includes 5. The longest course also includes online coursework. All teacher endorsement courses include two-hour small group capstone presentations. (Total facilitator commitment is up to 8 hours per session depending on class size.) Facilitators who qualify to deliver teacher training and who hold an administrator’s license may also teach the administrator endorsement course (five 3-hour sessions).
 
Once you are selected by CES, you will need to:
  • Complete a three-day training sequences for new...
Salary:
Teacher full course: $5,575; Teacher long bridge: $3,050 Teacher short bridge: $2,300 Administrator course: $1,050 to $2,000 depending upon responsibilities Training: $200 per day; reimbursement of training-related expenses
Region:
Western

 

 

Salary:
Negotiated
Region:
Western

Region: Metro Boston

Openings for teachers to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Boston .  We are looking for passionate and collaborative teachers who are committed to working with low-income urban youth. We value professionalism, positive youth development, and culturally responsive teaching. Successful candidates are eligible for the teacher loan forgiveness program for up to $17,500. Teachers in DYS schools are part of the Massachusetts Teachers' Retirement System. 
Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree. Teaching experience is preferred.  Reliable vehicle / frequent travel required. 
Salary:
$25.03 per hour for hours worked
Region:
Metro Boston
Opening for Teacher with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Boston .  We are looking for passionate and collaborative teachers who are committed to working with low-income urban youth. We value professionalism, positive youth development, and culturally responsive teaching. Successful candidates are eligible for the teacher loan forgiveness program for up to $17,500. Teachers in DYS schools are part of the Massachusetts Teachers' Retirement System. 
Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree and a current teaching license in Math.  Reliable vehicle / frequent travel required. Willingness to work in 30 day summer...
Salary:
In accordance to license and degree
Region:
Metro Boston

Region: Southeast

Anticipated openings for ELA , Math, Science, History and Art Teachers to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services.  Candidates should possess a Bachelor's Degree from accredited College or University (Master’s Degree desirable), or Massachusetts teacher license. Demonstrated successful teaching with high risk youth highly desirable.  We welcome ALL qualified applicants. EOE/AA/A
 
Salary:
$25.03 per hour for hours worked
Region:
Southeast
The Collaborative for Educational Services (CES) seeks a dynamic Technology/Digital Media Arts Teacher to cultivate the creative spirit and teach 21st century computer based skills to youth attending school in Department of Youth Services (DYS), the state’s juvenile justice department. The teacher will support student learning and career development through a range of computer based opportunities such as Microsoft Office, coding, robotics, computer aided drafting, media-arts, graphics design, and other technology opportunities.  We are looking for creative, passionate and collaborative teachers who are committed to working with diverse youth in small classroom settings, usually between...
Salary:
Union Scale
Region:
Southeast

Seeking qualified teacher to work with at-risk youth placed in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Southeastern, MA (Taunton).  We are looking for passionate and collaborative teachers who are committed to working with at-risk youth in small classroom settings.  We value professionalism, positive youth development, and culturally responsive teaching. Successful candidates may be eligible for the teacher loan forgiveness program for up to $17,500. Teachers in DYS schools are part of the Massachusetts Teachers' Retirement System.

Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree and a current Massachusetts teaching license in math at the secondary level (8-...

Salary:
Union Scale
Region:
Southeast

Immediate openings for per diem substitute teachers to be placed on our call list to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Southeastern Massachusetts.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Reliable vehicle / frequent travel required.

Region:
Southeast

Region: Northeast

Anticipated openings for ELA , Math, Science, History and Art Teachers to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services.  Candidates should possess a Bachelor's Degree from accredited College or University (Master’s Degree desirable), or Massachusetts teacher license. Demonstrated successful teaching with high risk youth highly desirable. 

Salary:
$25.03 per hour for hours worked
Region:
Northeast

Hiring MA LICENSED Math and/or Special Education Teacher to work in adolescent Department of Mental Health program sites in Tewksbury, MA.  Specialized, modified curriculum to be taught to small groups of students.  Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university, Masters degree desirable.  Experience working in institutional settings a plus. Exemplary professional development, collegial environment and administration support.

Region:
Northeast

Region: Central

Immediate opening for ELA , Math, Science and History Teachers to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services.  Candidates should possess a Bachelor's Degree from accredited College or University (Masters Degree desirable), or Massachusetts teacher license in their core subject. Demonstrated successful teaching with high risk youth highly desirable. 

Salary:
$25.03 per hour for hours worked
Region:
Central

Hiring an Itinerant Consultative Teacher to support SEIS in Department of Youth Services and County Houses of Correction program sites. Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university, Masters degree desirable.  Massachusetts Moderate Disabilities License 5-12.  Experience working in institutional settings a plus. Exemplary professional development and administration support.

Salary:
SEIS Teacher Scale
Region:
Central

Provide program-based and statewide professional development to teachers working in residential classroom settings.  Candidates should have current Massachusetts Educator license in Math or Science, Master’s degree in education preferred or related field, 3 + years of teaching experience with above average evaluations, demonstrated expertise in instructional technology, and exceptional organization, facilitation, communication and collaboration skills.  Reliable vehicle/frequent travel required. 

Salary:
per salary scale
Region:
Central

Immediate openings for per diem substitute teachers to be placed on our call list to work with at-risk adolescents in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Westborough.  Bachelor’s degree preferred. Reliable vehicle / frequent travel required.

Region:
Central

Region: Metro Boston, Southeast

Provide program-based and statewide professional development to teachers working in residential classroom settings.  Candidates should have current Massachusetts Educator license in Math or Science, Master’s degree in education preferred or related field, 3 + years of teaching experience with above average evaluations, demonstrated expertise in instructional technology, and exceptional organization, facilitation, communication and collaboration skills.  Reliable vehicle/frequent travel required. 
Salary:
per salary scale
Region:
Metro Boston, Southeast

Region: Metro Boston, Northeast, Southeast

Provide program-based and statewide professional development to teachers working in residential classroom settings.  Candidates should have current Massachusetts Educator license in Technology in Education, Master’s degree in education or related field, 3 + years of teaching experience with above average evaluations, demonstrated expertise in instructional technology, and exceptional organization, facilitation, communication and collaboration skills.  Reliable vehicle/frequent travel required. 

Salary:
Union Scale
Region:
Metro Boston, Northeast, Southeast

Region: Central, Western

Immediate opening for Part-Time Literacy Specialists
Seeking qualified teacher to work with at-risk youth placed in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Western and Central, MA.  We are looking for passionate and collaborative teachers who are committed to working with at-risk youth in small classroom settings.  We value professionalism, positive youth development, and culturally responsive teaching. Successful candidates may be eligible for the teacher loan forgiveness program for up to $17,500. Teachers in DYS schools are part of the Massachusetts Teachers' Retirement System. 
 
Candidates should possess a...
Salary:
Union Scale
Region:
Central, Western

Region: Central, Northeast

Instructional Coach to support Special Education Teachers
Hiring a special education instructional coach to provided professional development and curriculum resources for teachers with our SEIS contract with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.  The coach will also provide support for special educators in various SEIS secondary level program sites in Worcester with travel to other programs sites in state.  Bachelor’s Degree from accredited College or University, Masters Degree desirable.  Appropriate Massachusetts special education license for age level and population.  Exceptional collaborative skills; commitment to principles...
Salary:
SEIS Instructional Coach Scale
Region:
Central, Northeast

Region: State-wide

Seeking Professional Development Providers interested in providing workshops and seminars on the Massachusetts Tiered System of Support to help school districts work towards an integrated approach to support students' academic and social-emotional competencies.

Salary:
Varies
Region:
State-wide

Instructors are being sought for the state initiative course of study known as Rethinking Equity and Teaching for English Language Learners (RETELL), to improve and support the academic achievement of English language learners in the Commonwealth.

 

Region:
State-wide

Region: Eastern, Western

 
 
 

 

Region:
Eastern, Western
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