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Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans currently has the following positions available and is now accepting applications & resumes:

CEO Search: Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans is accepting applications now for a new CEO to succeed its retiring CEO. The CEO oversees the growing school’s operations, academic instruction, and institutional advancement. The CEO reports directly to Lycée Français’s board of directors. Interested professionals can view a full job description and information on how to apply here.

2018 Bonjour NOLA Instructor: Under the supervision of the Bonjour NOLA Camp Director, Bonjour NOLA Instructors will be responsible for developing lessons around a session theme and guiding campers to achieve educational and social goals during summer camp activities. Instructors will emphasize safety and wellbeing with the assistance of camp counselors and counselors-in-training. To be considered for an instructor role, please propose a subject you’d like to teach and submit a sample lesson plan with your resume. Priority will be given to applications submitted by March 30th. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018 Bonjour NOLA Camp Counselor: Under the supervision of the Bonjour NOLA Camp Director and Instructors,  Bonjour NOLA Camp Counselors will be responsible for supervising campers and guiding them in positive interactions with peers during summer camp activities. Camp Counselors will work with a specific  group of campers,  CITs, and Instructors to ensure safety and wellbeing. Priority will be given to applications submitted by March 30th. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 English Language Arts Teacher: The English Language Arts teacher is responsible for creating a classroom environment that develops in each student the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing that are fundamental to literate citizenship; the ELA teacher supports the development and appreciation of good literature of all types; motivates students to read widely for information and recreation; develops standards for critical judgment of written and oral communications; discovers and develops special talents of students and is attentive to student special needs. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Teaching Assistant: The position of Teaching Assistant is primarily one if support for students and the assigned teacher. Teaching Assistants are called upon to perform a variety of tasks ranging from instructional support to caring for and assisting students with special needs or performing office and housekeeping tasks. The Teaching Assistant is involved in all aspects of school life for children ages 4-6. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Middle School Spanish Teacher: The Middle School Spanish Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing a program which creates a classroom environment that develops in each student the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in the Spanish language. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Child Specific Paraprofessional: The position of Child Specific Paraprofessional is primarily to provide moderate to intense support for a specific student. Child Specific Paraprofessionals are called upon to provide instructional support and otherwise assist the student in the attainment of the goals outlined in the child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Director of Special Education: The Director of Special Education is responsible for overseeing all special education related services, including coordinating multidisciplinary evaluations, as prescribed by LA Bulletin 1508, and monitoring implementation of special education services, as per students’ individualized education plans (IEPs), ensuring compliance. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Academic Interventionist: The Academic Interventionist provides an additional level of support to students whose social/emotional or academic needs cannot be met entirely within the classroom setting by the classroom teacher. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

2018-2019 Speech Language Pathologist: The Speech Language Pathologist works with the Student Services team to provide quality school-based speech language services, which include prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of speech, language, social communication, and cognitive-communication disorders in children. The Speech Language Pathologist is a member of the IEP team and is responsible for developing appropriate IEP goals to meet students’ needs, communicating with teachers, parents, and related service providers. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

Director of Response to Intervention (RtI): The Director of Response to Intervention (RtI) is charged with coordinating the support offered to students who are struggling to achieve success in the general education classroom.  This staff member will schedule and record the decisions of all Student Assistance Team (SAT) meetings, monitor decisions implementation, ensure compliance, and facilitate communication between interventionists, teachers, students and parents. If the need for a multi-disciplinary evaluation arises, it is the Director of RtI’s responsibility to prepare relevant documentation for the Director of Special Education, who schedules and coordinates the evaluation process. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here.

Extended Day Group Leader: Under the supervision of the Coordinator of Enrichment and the Enrichment Site Manager, Extended Day Group Leaders will be responsible for actively supervising students and guiding them in positive interactions with peers during Before and After Care.  Group Leaders will work with a specific group of students and a co-leader to ensure safety and wellbeing. Interested professionals can view a full job description and apply here

Substitute Teachers – French & English: Lycée Français is looking for qualified French-speaking & English-speaking substitute teachers for grades Pre-K through 7th grade. Substitute teachers who have completed pre-employment screening and background checks will be hired on an as needed basis. Interested professionals should apply here.

Other Interested Candidates: Please complete the application here if you are an interested candidate and wish to submit an application and resume for future positions that may open at Lycée Français.

“As an intern, I was so impressed by the curriculum, the teaching strategies, and the students’ abilities to excel in both English and French. The learning environment is really unbeatable here, and students are allowed to express their individual personalities, while learning to be excellent students.”
– Alarica D.

Updated October 24, 2016.