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.).
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.
CES is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Finance to manage the agency’s accounting and financial reporting functions. Reporting to the Director of Finance, this position leads and oversees a team of six financial professionals that conduct all day-to-day accounting, operations analysis, and financial closing functions. Responsibilities include internal and external reporting, grants management, and maintaining and continuously improving internal controls. Support the Director of Finance in the planning, directing and execution of the finances for the agency.
The Collaborative for Educational Services is hiring part-time Program Evaluator to design and implement evaluation projects with education and community organizations. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in program evaluation, experience in K-12 education settings preferred. Seeking expertise working with diverse student, teacher, and community stakeholders. Strong analytic and communication skills essential. Advanced degree in education or social sciences strongly preferred.
- Complete a three-day training sequences for new...
Region: Central, Northeast
Special Education Coordinator for DMH programs-SEIS - CES seeks a Special Education Coordinator to supervise delivery of services under our Special Education in Institutional Settings (SEIS) contract with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The SEIS Coordinator will provide leadership and supervision in the delivery of SEIS services to students in facilities of the Department of Mental Health (DMH) in Tewksbury and Worcester. Highly rewarding work with a statewide team of dedicated SEIS and DYS/CHC colleagues. Masters degree from accredited college or university desirable. Massachusetts special education teacher licensure and...
Region: Metro Boston
Seeking a mission driven educational administrator to help lead small schools serving youth placed in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Metro/Boston, MA. We are looking for passionate and collaborative candidates who are committed and able to promote the provision of high quality, personalized, college and career ready education to all our students. We seek a professional who values culturally responsive teaching, positive youth development, and creativity. Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree, a M.Ed. and/or a Master’s in Teaching and a MA. Administrator’s...
The Collaborative for Educational Services seeks a Title 1 and Targeted Learning Supports Coordinator for the Department of Youth Services contract. This person is accountable for fulfilling regulations for the Title 1 grant, oversight and analysis of statewide assessments (TABE, WIDA, MCAS), management of ELL assessment, supervision and evaluation of staff, professional development planning and delivery.
In partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services and Commonwealth Corporation, the Collaborative for Educational Services delivers educational services to youth in the care and custody of the Department of Youth Services. The goal of this partnership is to...
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.
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.
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. Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university, Masters degree desirable. Experience working in institutional settings a plus. Exemplary professional development and administration support.
Immediate opening for part-time math/science teacher. Seeking qualified teacher to work with at-risk youth placed in residential facilities run by the Department of Youth Services in Southeastern, MA (