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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Middle School Math Teacher

Location: Honey Creek Community School, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti 

Employment Type: Full or Part Time  

Annual Salary:  $40,000 to $72,455​

Our School

Honey Creek Community School was founded in 1995 with support from the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD). Honey Creek has grown from a K-2 charter school with 33 students to a fully staffed K-8 charter school with 250 students. Honey Creek Community School was founded out of the community and emphasizes and maintains our relationship and connection with the community as well as a commitment toward ensuring children interact and learn from a diverse community. The response from the community to Honey Creek is overwhelmingly positive as evidenced by the strong participation of our parents in school activities. Our project based, thematic, integrated curriculum, small class sizes and strong student-teacher relationships illustrate our uniqueness as a charter school.

Description of Duties

The Middle School Math Teacher works closely within the middle school team to deliver effective instruction to our multi-age/multi-grade middle school classes.  Honey Creek places an emphasis on whole-child education and the development of rich relationships with our students.  

Requirements: 

  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree

  • Possesses or is working toward a Michigan teaching certificate applicable to the teaching assignment

  • Demonstrated ability to support students with a wide range of abilities, backgrounds, and learning styles

  • HCCS is committed to being anti-racist and advancing equity in our educational system. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to embody this commitment.

  • Committed to creating a culture of well-being for all students

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.

The Board shall not discriminate in its policies and practices with respect to compensation, terms or conditions of employment because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, height, weight, age, marital status, political belief, disability, or handicap which does not impair an individual’s ability to perform adequately in that individual’s particular position or activity.

Honey Creek Community School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as historically marginalized groups. This includes but is not limited to underrepresented gender identities, and sexual orientations.

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Social Worker

Location: Honey Creek Community School, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti 

Employment Type: Full or Part Time  

Annual Salary:  $40,000 to $72,455​

Our School

Honey Creek Community School was founded in 1995 with support from the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD). Honey Creek has grown from a K-2 charter school with 33 students to a fully staffed K-8 charter school with 250 students. Honey Creek Community School was founded out of the community and emphasizes and maintains our relationship and connection with the community as well as a commitment toward ensuring children interact and learn from a diverse community. The response from the community to Honey Creek is overwhelmingly positive as evidenced by the strong participation of our parents in school activities. Our project based, thematic, integrated curriculum, small class sizes and strong student-teacher relationships illustrate our uniqueness as a charter school.

Description of Duties

The school social worker supports the social and emotional needs of students  through one-on-one, small-group and classroom-based interventions and collaborations with classroom educators, school psychologists and others.

Requirements: 

  • Possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work

  • Possesses or is working toward school social work licensure

  • Demonstrated ability to support students with a wide range of abilities, backgrounds, and learning styles

  • HCCS is committed to being anti-racist and advancing equity in our educational system. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to embody this commitment.

  • Committed to creating a culture of well-being for all students

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.

The Board shall not discriminate in its policies and practices with respect to compensation, terms or conditions of employment because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, height, weight, age, marital status, political belief, disability, or handicap which does not impair an individual’s ability to perform adequately in that individual’s particular position or activity.

Honey Creek Community School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as historically marginalized groups. This includes but is not limited to underrepresented gender identities, and sexual orientations.

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Special Education Teacher/Teacher Consultant

Location: Honey Creek Community School, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti 

Employment Type: Full or Part Time  

Annual Salary:  $40,000 to $72,455​

Our School

Honey Creek Community School was founded in 1995 with support from the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD). Honey Creek has grown from a K-2 charter school with 33 students to a fully staffed K-8 charter school with 250 students. Honey Creek Community School was founded out of the community and emphasizes and maintains our relationship and connection with the community as well as a commitment toward ensuring children interact and learn from a diverse community. The response from the community to Honey Creek is overwhelmingly positive as evidenced by the strong participation of our parents in school activities. Our project based, thematic, integrated curriculum, small class sizes and strong student-teacher relationships illustrate our uniqueness as a charter school.

Description of Duties

The Special Education Teacher evaluates students and conducts Multi Evaluation Team and Individualized Education Plan meetings. The Special Education Teacher also provides direct and indirect services to students with Individualized Education Plans, including supporting the classroom teacher’s instructional efforts.

Requirements: 

  • Possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Special Education

  • Possess a Michigan Certificate in Special Education/ Teacher Consultant Credentials a plus

  • Demonstrated ability to support students with a wide range of abilities, backgrounds, and learning styles

  • HCCS is committed to being anti-racist and advancing equity in our educational system. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to embody this commitment.

  • Committed to creating a culture of well-being for all students

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.

The Board shall not discriminate in its policies and practices with respect to compensation, terms or conditions of employment because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, height, weight, age, marital status, political belief, disability, or handicap which does not impair an individual’s ability to perform adequately in that individual’s particular position or activity.

Honey Creek Community School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as historically marginalized groups. This includes but is not limited to underrepresented gender identities, and sexual orientations.

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Elementary/Middle School Instructional Assistant

Location: Honey Creek Community School, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti 

Employment Type: Full-Time, Hourly  

Hourly Wage:  $16.75 to $17.75

Description

Honey Creek Community School was founded in 1995 with support from the Washtenaw Intermediate  School District (WISD). Honey Creek has grown from a K-2 charter school with 33 students to a fully staffed K-8  charter school with 250 students and a lengthy waiting list of families eager to attend. Honey Creek Community  School was founded out of the community and emphasizes and maintains our relationship and connection with the  community. The response from the community to Honey Creek is overwhelmingly positive as evidenced by the strong participation of our parents in school activities. Our project based, thematic, integrated curriculum, small  class sizes and strong student-teacher relationships illustrate our uniqueness as a charter school. Our effectiveness is demonstrated through strong academic performance and recognition from various accrediting agencies, including  the Midwest Education Trust.

Responsibilities:

Instructional Assistants are expected to work as a team member in developing and implementing  educational instruction and care to the school’s K-8 students. Instructional Assistants are to support the  teacher in running a multi-age, subject-integrated educational curriculum continuously designed and  evaluated to meet each child’s needs and goals as well as address state benchmarks. In addition to  working with the instructional team, Instructional Assistants are to work closely with children’s parents  and community members in supporting a curriculum which draws on experiences at home, in the school,  and in the larger community, and which encourages parents and other community members to participate  in the school and share their expertise.  

Prerequisites:

  • 60 College Credit Hours from an accredited institution  

  • Demonstrated warmth and compassion to individual children and their families  ▪ Demonstrated flexibility and good problem-solving skills with co-workers  

  • Ability to work as a productive team member  

  • Ability to support the implementation of group projects for interactive, integrated, and  individualized curriculum areas which address state benchmarks  

  • Understanding and commitment to multi-age groupings  

  • Ability to support instruction in interactive theme and project-based curriculum  ▪ Current physical with no restrictions  

  • Current negative TB test  

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.

The Board shall not discriminate in its policies and practices with respect to compensation, terms or conditions of employment because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, height, weight, age, marital status, political belief, disability, or handicap which does not impair an individual’s ability to perform adequately in that individual’s particular position or activity.

Honey Creek Community School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as historically marginalized groups. This includes but is not limited to underrepresented gender identities, and sexual orientations.

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School Psychologist

Location: Honey Creek Community School, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti 

Employment Type: Part-Time/Full-Time, Hourly

Annual Salary:  $40,000 to $72,455​

Description
Honey Creek Community School was founded in 1995 with support from the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD). Honey Creek has grown from a K-2 charter school with 33 students to a fully staffed K-8 charter school with 250 students and a lengthy waiting list of families eager to attend. Honey Creek Community School was founded out of the community and emphasizes and maintains our relationship and connection with the community as well as a commitment toward ensuring children interact and learn from a diverse community. The response from the community to Honey Creek is overwhelmingly positive as evidenced by the strong participation of our parents in school activities. Our project based, thematic, integrated curriculum, small class sizes and strong student-teacher relationships illustrate our uniqueness as a charter school. Our effectiveness is demonstrated through strong academic performance and recognition from various organizations including Niche: https://www.niche.com/k12/honey-creek-community-school-ann-arbor-mi/

Responsibilities:

  • Design mental-health intervention and prevention programs

  • Implement counseling and educational methods (e.g. breathing or mental imagery techniques)

  • Collaborate with educational staff to create coordinated plans

  • Evaluate and report on student progress (e.g. using psychometric tests)

  • Set learning goals based on each student’s emotional, cognitive, and social strengths 

  • Refer students to community services if needed

  • Research new methods to improve children’s wellbeing (e.g. mindfulness) 

  • Resolve classroom or school crises

  • Mentor and support teachers of high-risk children

  • Guide parents in facilitating children’s progress

Requirements:

  • Proven experience as a school psychologist in a diverse educational setting

  • Knowledge of various methods to prevent or treat mental-health problems and other difficulties

  • Strong understanding of state education policies and regulations 

  • Effective communication and counseling skills

  • Integrity and professionalism

  • A positive, patient, and resilient personality

  • State license to work as a school psychologist

  • Master’s degree in School Psychology.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.

The Board shall not discriminate in its policies and practices with respect to compensation, terms or conditions of employment because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, height, weight, age, marital status, political belief, disability, or handicap which does not impair an individual’s ability to perform adequately in that individual’s particular position or activity.

Honey Creek Community School is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as historically marginalized groups. This includes but is not limited to underrepresented gender identities, and sexual orientations.

 

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Substitute Teachers

Honey Creek needs substitute teachers to cover staff sick and professional development days. The minimum of 90 college credits required has been temporarily waived. A high school diploma is a requirement. $120/day.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Kevin Kelly at kkelly@honeycreekschool.org

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After School Teachers

Provide a safe, nurturing, fun, and educational environment from 3-6pm after school for students in grades K-8. Responsibilities include supervision, activity planning, snack preparation and clean up, prevention and mediation of conflicts, and communicating with parents.  Salary ranges from $16/hour to $22/hour based on experience, qualifications, roles, and responsibilities.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma and must pass a criminal history background check and Tb test. Preference will be given to those with child care experience and those certified in or studying education, social work, or another child-related field.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to After-School Coordinator Sue Hofbauer at shofbauer@honeycreek.org

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Summer Camp Counselors

Provide a safe, nurturing, fun, and educational environment from 8am-6pm for campers in grades K-8. Responsibilities include supervision, activity planning, snack preparation and clean up, prevention and mediation of conflicts, and communicating with parents.  Salary ranges from $16/hour to $23/hour based on experience, qualifications, roles, and responsibilities.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma and must pass a criminal history background check and Tb test. Preference will be given to those with child care experience and those certified in or studying education, social work, or another child-related field.

For more information and to apply for this position, please complete the Summer Camp Staff Application HERE.  Applications Due Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024.

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