Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Roslindale Community Center hiring afterschool and vacation teachers

From the Roslindale Community Center:

The Roslindale Community Center currently has two openings for after school teachers.  School year hours are 2 PM to 6 PM (M-F, 20 hrs) and during the summer (July-August) vacation program and school year vacation weeks it is 8 AM to 6 PM (M-F, 35 hrs).

An Early Education and Care (EEC) certificate is required.  Alternately, the applicant must have sufficient background that will assure that an EEC certificate can be obtained.  All applicants must pass a CORI/SORI background check as well.

A full write-up is at our web site at:

This is an opening with the Roslindale Community School Council, Inc. THIS IS NOT A CITY OF BOSTON JOB.

Applicants can send hard-copy resumes by fax or postal mail, or e-mail them to us.  Contact address and numbers are on the web site or they can e-mail it in care of:

Alternately, we can take messages for call back (voice mail) at 617-942-1120.

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