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

2017-2018 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 find a full job description and apply here.

2017-2018 IT Technician: The IT Technician reports to the Director of Technology and provides information technology services, training and support across the various school campuses, also acting as the service representative for the computer/printer/phone/AV equipment and LAN, software and hardware for Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans.  A full job description can be found here. Interested professionals should send their resume along with a statement of interest to Karianne Chassee, Director of Human Resources, at kchassee@lfno.org. Applications may also be mailed to Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans, attn: Karianne Chassee, 5951 Patton Street, New Orleans, LA 70115.

Substitute Teachers – French: Lycée Français is looking for qualified French-speaking substitute teachers for grades Pre-K through 6th grade. Substitute teachers who have completed pre-employment screening and background checks will be hired on an as needed basis. Interested professionals should send their resume along with a statement of interest to Yann Colin, Coordinator of Academic Programs, at ycolin@lfno.org. Applications may also be mailed to Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans, attn: Yann Colin, 5951 Patton Street, New Orleans, LA 70115.

“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.