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Benefits Summary

  • Vacation, personal holidays (2), and sick time.
  • Seven regularly scheduled agency holidays
  • 403-B administered by TIAA for non-charter school staff
  • Teacher Retirement System (TRS) retirement for charter school staff
  • Flexible Spending Accounts, medical and dependent care
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Wellness program
  • Employee Wellness Program
  • Telecommuting options, if applicable
  • Workplace perks such as recreation activities, food and coffee, and variable work schedules.

Enrollment in Lena Pope’s benefit plan is available which includes:

  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance, no cost to employee
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Long term disability insurance, no cost to employee

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Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for a Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

POSITION TITLE: Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator
GROUP: Chapel Hill Academy
SUPERVISOR: Chief of Education Services

POSITION FUNCTION: Implement the special education process. Assess the educational learning styles, and program needs of scholars referred to special education services. Provide diagnostic information and work cooperatively with instructional personnel to provide the most appropriate programs for scholars with disabilities. Review referrals for individual evaluation to determine appropriate interventions; assess scholars when an individual evaluation is recommended; ensure that legal requirements for evaluation are met and the evaluation report is shared with campus staff and parents; conduct ARD/IEP meeting and ensuring that the ARD/IEP process and quality of programs for scholars with disabilities are in compliance with Federal, State and Local requirements; review initial evaluations and determine need for updates and reevaluations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in educational assessment from an accredited college or university
• Valid Texas Teacher Educational diagnostician certificates
• Valid driver’s license required
• Knowledge of diagnostic procedures, education of special education scholars, human development and learning theories
• Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
• Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter
• Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
• Ability to administer and interpret intelligence and achievement assessment instruments
• Ability to prepare appropriate individual education programs (IEPs)
• Knowledge of local, state, and federal rules and regulations pertaining to special education
• Knowledge of various special education eligibility conditions and the challenges to learning
• Knowledge of curriculum in grades PK through 8
• Proficient computer skills
• Excellent organization and communication (written and oral) Bilingual preferred
• Ability to work cooperatively with staff, scholars, and parents

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
• Provide consultation support to school staff through the response to intervention (RtI) process
• Administer approved achievement and intelligence measures, using instruments and procedures approved by the district
• Prepare evaluation reports, utilizing the format approved by the district
• Ensure compliance with Federal, State and Local requirements for the ARD/IEP process
• Participate in admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee meetings; interpret assessment results to develop individual education programs (IEPs)
• Consult with school staff about implementation of the IEPs, appropriate accommodations and modifications, and strategies for earning
• Provide support to and develop procedures with district personnel in order to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal special education policies and procedures
• Provide support to district team in Texas Covid Learning Acceleration System (TCLAS)
• Support the creation and implementation of special education services
• Provide staff development presentations regarding special education
• Maintain current knowledge and skills appropriate to job assignment
• Use effective communication skills, written, oral, to present information accurately and clearly to scholar, parents, and staff
• Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, scholars, parents, and community members
• Maintain familiarity with current trends in special education, including federal, state, and local laws, mandates, regulations, and policies
• Compile, maintain reports, records, and other required documents
• Attend and participate in Special Education Department meetings
• Comply with the Texas Educators” Code of Ethics

EXPERIENCE: Three years teaching experience, preferably with Special Education population, strong familiarity with Special Education legal framework

LOCATION: 4640 Sycamore School Road, Fort Worth, TX 76133

Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for an Infant Lead Teacher. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

Position Title:  Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
Reports to:  Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Family Therapist (Bilingual – Spanish)
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SUPERVISOR: Community Based Services Supervisor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for the implementation of a home or office-based program or service that will encourage clients/families to maintain cohesiveness and to preserve the family as a unit by providing crisis intervention, therapy, skills training, and linkage to community resources.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Educational/Certification:
o Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work,
counseling, psychology, or other field related to health and human services.
o Appropriate licensure required.
o Clinical knowledge of the DSM and disorders that impact children and youth.
o Broad knowledge of community resources.
o Experience working with at risk youth and families. Experience providing in-home
services and group facilitation preferred.
o Driver’s license required.
• Skills/Abilities:
o Spanish speaking required
o Strong oral and written communication skills.
o Excellent counseling and clinical ability.
o Able to organize, coordinate, and direct service activities.
o Possess good judgement and decision-making skills.
o Able to use technical equipment such as a cell phone and personal computer for
on-going communication
o Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including evenings and
weekends.
o Ability to collaborate with family members and other professionals.
o Able to relate well with others in a multi-cultural environment.
• Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the
insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal
offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set
by Lena Pope Policies and Procedures.

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Special Events and Community Engagement Associate
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for a Special Events and Community Engagement Associate. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

GROUP: Development

SUPERVISOR: Director of Development

POSITION FUNCTIONS:
1) Plan and execute all aspects of Lena Pope’s special events and develop strategies to further engage attendees. Responsibilities include securing sponsorships and/or table sales, logistical planning and execution, and event follow up.
2) Organize, promote, and execute quarterly events to increase awareness of Lena Pope and to engage current and prospective donors.
3) Identify and implement additional strategies for increasing current and prospective donor awareness of and engagement with Lena Pope, especially special event attendees and sponsors.
4) Manage, promote and solicit donations to Lena Pope’s direct client assistance/support needs (i.e. Care Closets, Holiday Program, etc.).
5) Provide project management support for donor stewardship and cultivation communications.
6) Deliver community presentations on behalf of Lena Pope (i.e. workplace giving campaigns).
7) Ensure digital presence accurately reflects current needs and engagement opportunities.
8) Manage the volunteer experience including application process, volunteer roles, policies, and procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1) Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications or a similar field is preferred.
2) Three or more years of development experience; volunteer management and/or special event management
3) Computer Skills Required: Donor Database experience, Microsoft Office Suite.
4) Experience utilizing a variety of social media platforms.
5) Experience utilizing a web editing platform preferred.
6) Experience and proficiency in public speaking

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet, Fort Worth TX 76107

Early Learning Pre-School Teacher (Full-time)
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Reports to:  Director of Early Learning Center—Sanguinet Campus

Position Functions:
1)Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2)Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3)Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4)Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5)Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6)Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7)Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
•Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
•Must possess knowledge of the following:
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
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Reports to: Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and
promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares
findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of
children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each
essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the
knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Family Therapist (Full Time) Community Based Services
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SUPERVISOR: Community Based Services Supervisor

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for the implementation of a home or office-based program or service that will encourage clients/families to maintain cohesiveness and to preserve the family as a unit by providing crisis intervention, therapy, skills training, and linkage to community resources.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Educational/Certification:
o Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, counseling, psychology, or other field related to health and human services. Appropriate licensure preferred. (LMSW, LPC-A, LMFT-A, LCDC)
o Clinical knowledge of the DSM and disorders that impact children and youth.
o Broad knowledge of community resources.
o Experience working with at risk youth and families. Experience providing in-home services and group facilitation preferred.
o Driver’s license required.

Skills/Abilities:
o Strong oral and written communication skills.
o Excellent counseling and clinical ability.
o Able to organize, coordinate, and direct service activities.
o Possess good judgement and decision making skills.
o Able to use technical equipment such as a cell phone and personal computer for on-going communication
o Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends.
o Ability to collaborate with family members and other professionals.
o Able to relate well with others in a multi-cultural environment.
o Bilingual preferred.

Other qualifications include:
Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by Lena Pope Policies and Procedures.

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Family Therapist (Full Time) Counseling Services
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SUPERVISOR: Counseling Services Supervisor

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for providing therapeutic services to clients and their
families.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in social work, counseling or psychology required; with
appropriate full independent licensure (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) required. Three or more years of
experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Play therapy experience
preferred. Clinical methodologies and diagnostic knowledge, including experience in cognitive
behavioral therapy (CBT) and trauma-informed models of therapy, medication knowledge and psychiatric diagnosis/DSM V knowledge a must. Broad knowledge of resources in the
community is required. Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including some
evenings for group and individual activities.

Other qualifications include:
• Excellent human relations ability
• Strong oral and written skills
• Possess good judgment and decision making
• Able to organize, coordinate and multi-task
• Able to prioritize client care, case management, assessments, treatment planning,
personal management, client and community responsibilities.
• Able to use a laptop and applicable software

LOCATION: Arlington

Early Learning Teacher Toddler/2-year-old room
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Reports to: Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in a child-related field, Early Childhood Education or equivalent required.
• 2 years experience in ECEC or related field
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
3620 Modlin Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Aide Preschool (full-time)
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POSITION TITLE: Early Learning Aide Preschool (full-time)
SUPERVISOR: Early Learning Center Director

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

•Direct supervision of children:
-Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
•Student Engagement:
-Creatively and consistently assesses and engages children in learning.
•Education:
-Assists in implementing planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate learning and development of children.
•Parent Engagement:
-Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form) information regarding program activities and child progress, behavior, successes and concerns.
•Professionalism:
-Performs in a professional manner consistent with Lena Pope expectations.
•Classroom Management/Environment:
-Effectively address classroom behaviors by teaching appropriate conflict resolution skills and maintaining the positive esteem of children

QUALIFICATIONS:

•Educational/Certification:
-Child Development Associate (CDA) and/or Associates Degree in a child related field required.
•Must be at least 18 years of age.
•A minimum of 6 months relevant experience serving early childhood population.
•Spanish speaking preferred.
•Ability to interact with clients and staff with sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics in the service population.
•Skills/Abilities:
-Strong oral and written communication abilities.
-Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
-Excellent organizational skills.
•Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

LOCATION
Lena Pope ELC-UNTHSC Campus
3620 Modlin Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Early Learning Aide (Full-Time and Part-Time)
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Summary

  • Direct supervision of children:
    • Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
  • Student Engagement:
    • Creatively and consistently assesses and engages children in learning.
  • Education:
    • Assists in implementing planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate learning and development of children.
  • Parent Engagement:
    • Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form) information regarding program activities and child progress, behavior, successes and concerns.
  • Professionalism:
    • Performs in a professional manner consistent with Lena Pope expectations.
  • Classroom Management/Environment:
    • Is able to effectively manage classroom behaviors by addressing negative behaviors and reinforcing positive behaviors

Qualifications

  • Educational/Certification:
    • For Full-Time Position – Child Development Associate (CDA) and/or Associates Degree in a child related field required.
    • For Part-Time Position – High school diploma required.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • A minimum of 6 months relevant experience serving early childhood population.
  • Spanish speaking preferred.
  • Ability to interact with clients and staff with sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics in the service population.
  • Skills/Abilities:
    • Strong oral and written communication abilities.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

Interested candidates should email resume and employment application to applications@lenapope.org.  No phone, fax or walk in inquiries will be accepted.  EOE

Family Therapist (Bilingual – Spanish)
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SUPERVISOR: Community Based Services Supervisor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for the implementation of a home or office-based program or service that will encourage clients/families to maintain cohesiveness and to preserve the family as a unit by providing crisis intervention, therapy, skills training, and linkage to community resources.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Educational/Certification:
o Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work,
counseling, psychology, or other field related to health and human services.
o Appropriate licensure required.
o Clinical knowledge of the DSM and disorders that impact children and youth.
o Broad knowledge of community resources.
o Experience working with at risk youth and families. Experience providing in-home
services and group facilitation preferred.
o Driver’s license required.
• Skills/Abilities:
o Spanish speaking required
o Strong oral and written communication skills.
o Excellent counseling and clinical ability.
o Able to organize, coordinate, and direct service activities.
o Possess good judgement and decision-making skills.
o Able to use technical equipment such as a cell phone and personal computer for
on-going communication
o Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including evenings and
weekends.
o Ability to collaborate with family members and other professionals.
o Able to relate well with others in a multi-cultural environment.
• Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the
insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal
offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set
by Lena Pope Policies and Procedures.

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Special Events and Community Engagement Associate
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for a Special Events and Community Engagement Associate. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

GROUP: Development

SUPERVISOR: Director of Development

POSITION FUNCTIONS:
1) Plan and execute all aspects of Lena Pope’s special events and develop strategies to further engage attendees. Responsibilities include securing sponsorships and/or table sales, logistical planning and execution, and event follow up.
2) Organize, promote, and execute quarterly events to increase awareness of Lena Pope and to engage current and prospective donors.
3) Identify and implement additional strategies for increasing current and prospective donor awareness of and engagement with Lena Pope, especially special event attendees and sponsors.
4) Manage, promote and solicit donations to Lena Pope’s direct client assistance/support needs (i.e. Care Closets, Holiday Program, etc.).
5) Provide project management support for donor stewardship and cultivation communications.
6) Deliver community presentations on behalf of Lena Pope (i.e. workplace giving campaigns).
7) Ensure digital presence accurately reflects current needs and engagement opportunities.
8) Manage the volunteer experience including application process, volunteer roles, policies, and procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1) Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications or a similar field is preferred.
2) Three or more years of development experience; volunteer management and/or special event management
3) Computer Skills Required: Donor Database experience, Microsoft Office Suite.
4) Experience utilizing a variety of social media platforms.
5) Experience utilizing a web editing platform preferred.
6) Experience and proficiency in public speaking

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet, Fort Worth TX 76107

Family Therapist (Full Time) Counseling Services
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SUPERVISOR: Counseling Services Supervisor

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for providing therapeutic services to clients and their
families.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in social work, counseling or psychology required; with
appropriate full independent licensure (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) required. Three or more years of
experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Play therapy experience
preferred. Clinical methodologies and diagnostic knowledge, including experience in cognitive
behavioral therapy (CBT) and trauma-informed models of therapy, medication knowledge and psychiatric diagnosis/DSM V knowledge a must. Broad knowledge of resources in the
community is required. Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including some
evenings for group and individual activities.

Other qualifications include:
• Excellent human relations ability
• Strong oral and written skills
• Possess good judgment and decision making
• Able to organize, coordinate and multi-task
• Able to prioritize client care, case management, assessments, treatment planning,
personal management, client and community responsibilities.
• Able to use a laptop and applicable software

LOCATION: Arlington

Family Therapist (Full Time) Community Based Services
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SUPERVISOR: Community Based Services Supervisor

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for the implementation of a home or office-based program or service that will encourage clients/families to maintain cohesiveness and to preserve the family as a unit by providing crisis intervention, therapy, skills training, skills building groups, and linkage to community resources.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Educational/Certification:
o Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, counseling,
psychology, or other field related to health and human services. Appropriate
licensure preferred. (LMSW, LPC-A, LMFT-A, LCDC)
o Clinical knowledge of the DSM and disorders that impact children and youth.
o Broad knowledge of community resources.
o Experience working with at risk youth and families. Experience providing in-home
services and group facilitation preferred.
o Driver’s license required.

• Skills/Abilities:
o Strong oral and written communication skills.
o Excellent counseling and clinical ability.
o Able to organize, coordinate, and direct service activities.
o Possess good judgement and decision making skills.
o Able to use technical equipment such as a cell phone and personal computer for ongoing
communication
o Willingness to perform within a flexible schedule, including evenings and
weekends.
o Ability to collaborate with family members and other professionals.
o Able to relate well with others in a multi-cultural environment.
o Bilingual required.

• Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the
insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense
that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by Lena
Pope Policies and Procedures.

LOCATION: 3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for a Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

POSITION TITLE: Diagnostician/Special Education Coordinator
GROUP: Chapel Hill Academy
SUPERVISOR: Chief of Education Services

POSITION FUNCTION: Implement the special education process. Assess the educational learning styles, and program needs of scholars referred to special education services. Provide diagnostic information and work cooperatively with instructional personnel to provide the most appropriate programs for scholars with disabilities. Review referrals for individual evaluation to determine appropriate interventions; assess scholars when an individual evaluation is recommended; ensure that legal requirements for evaluation are met and the evaluation report is shared with campus staff and parents; conduct ARD/IEP meeting and ensuring that the ARD/IEP process and quality of programs for scholars with disabilities are in compliance with Federal, State and Local requirements; review initial evaluations and determine need for updates and reevaluations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in educational assessment from an accredited college or university
• Valid Texas Teacher Educational diagnostician certificates
• Valid driver’s license required
• Knowledge of diagnostic procedures, education of special education scholars, human development and learning theories
• Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
• Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter
• Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
• Ability to administer and interpret intelligence and achievement assessment instruments
• Ability to prepare appropriate individual education programs (IEPs)
• Knowledge of local, state, and federal rules and regulations pertaining to special education
• Knowledge of various special education eligibility conditions and the challenges to learning
• Knowledge of curriculum in grades PK through 8
• Proficient computer skills
• Excellent organization and communication (written and oral) Bilingual preferred
• Ability to work cooperatively with staff, scholars, and parents

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
• Provide consultation support to school staff through the response to intervention (RtI) process
• Administer approved achievement and intelligence measures, using instruments and procedures approved by the district
• Prepare evaluation reports, utilizing the format approved by the district
• Ensure compliance with Federal, State and Local requirements for the ARD/IEP process
• Participate in admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee meetings; interpret assessment results to develop individual education programs (IEPs)
• Consult with school staff about implementation of the IEPs, appropriate accommodations and modifications, and strategies for earning
• Provide support to and develop procedures with district personnel in order to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal special education policies and procedures
• Provide support to district team in Texas Covid Learning Acceleration System (TCLAS)
• Support the creation and implementation of special education services
• Provide staff development presentations regarding special education
• Maintain current knowledge and skills appropriate to job assignment
• Use effective communication skills, written, oral, to present information accurately and clearly to scholar, parents, and staff
• Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, scholars, parents, and community members
• Maintain familiarity with current trends in special education, including federal, state, and local laws, mandates, regulations, and policies
• Compile, maintain reports, records, and other required documents
• Attend and participate in Special Education Department meetings
• Comply with the Texas Educators” Code of Ethics

EXPERIENCE: Three years teaching experience, preferably with Special Education population, strong familiarity with Special Education legal framework

LOCATION: 4640 Sycamore School Road, Fort Worth, TX 76133

Open Positions at Chapel Hill Academy
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For a current list of open positions at Chapel Hill Academy, search for Fort Worth jobs here.

No open opportunities at this time. Please send any general inquiries to applications@lenapope.org

Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
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Lena Pope is accepting applications for an Infant Lead Teacher. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and submit an on-line application to applications@lenapopehome.org. EOE

Position Title:  Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
Reports to:  Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Pre-School Teacher (Full-time)
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Reports to:  Director of Early Learning Center—Sanguinet Campus

Position Functions:
1)Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2)Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3)Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4)Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5)Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6)Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7)Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
•Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
•Must possess knowledge of the following:
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Infant Lead Teacher (Full-time)
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Reports to: Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and
promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares
findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of
children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each
essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the
knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a child-related field required.
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Teacher Toddler/2-year-old room
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Reports to: Director of Early Learning Center

Position Functions:
1) Direct supervision of children: Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
2) Student Engagement: Creatively and consistently engages children in learning.
3) Conducts Assessment: Regularly observes and evaluates each child’s progress and shares findings with parents and director at least twice a year.
4) Education: Provides planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate development of children.
5) Parent Engagement: Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form).
6) Professionalism: Performs in a professional manner consistent with job description.
7) Classroom Management/Environment: Maintains an organized classroom and schedule.

Qualifications
To be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
• Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in a child-related field, Early Childhood Education or equivalent required.
• 2 years experience in ECEC or related field
• Must possess knowledge of the following
o Developmental stages
o Effective childcare discipline management
o Appropriate parent and child communication
o Effective classroom environments specific to ages/stages

Location
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
3620 Modlin Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Early Learning Aide Preschool (full-time)
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POSITION TITLE: Early Learning Aide Preschool (full-time)
SUPERVISOR: Early Learning Center Director

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

•Direct supervision of children:
-Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
•Student Engagement:
-Creatively and consistently assesses and engages children in learning.
•Education:
-Assists in implementing planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate learning and development of children.
•Parent Engagement:
-Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form) information regarding program activities and child progress, behavior, successes and concerns.
•Professionalism:
-Performs in a professional manner consistent with Lena Pope expectations.
•Classroom Management/Environment:
-Effectively address classroom behaviors by teaching appropriate conflict resolution skills and maintaining the positive esteem of children

QUALIFICATIONS:

•Educational/Certification:
-Child Development Associate (CDA) and/or Associates Degree in a child related field required.
•Must be at least 18 years of age.
•A minimum of 6 months relevant experience serving early childhood population.
•Spanish speaking preferred.
•Ability to interact with clients and staff with sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics in the service population.
•Skills/Abilities:
-Strong oral and written communication abilities.
-Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
-Excellent organizational skills.
•Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

LOCATION
Lena Pope ELC-UNTHSC Campus
3620 Modlin Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Early Learning Aide (Full-Time and Part-Time)
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Summary

  • Direct supervision of children:
    • Maintains constant visual and auditory monitoring and promotes a safe learning environment.
  • Student Engagement:
    • Creatively and consistently assesses and engages children in learning.
  • Education:
    • Assists in implementing planned learning activities that facilitate appropriate learning and development of children.
  • Parent Engagement:
    • Effectively communicates with parents (in verbal and written form) information regarding program activities and child progress, behavior, successes and concerns.
  • Professionalism:
    • Performs in a professional manner consistent with Lena Pope expectations.
  • Classroom Management/Environment:
    • Is able to effectively manage classroom behaviors by addressing negative behaviors and reinforcing positive behaviors

Qualifications

  • Educational/Certification:
    • Child Development Associate (CDA) and/or Associates Degree in a child related
      field required.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • A minimum of 6 months relevant experience serving early childhood population.
  • Spanish speaking preferred.
  • Ability to interact with clients and staff with sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics in the service population.
  • Skills/Abilities:
    • Strong oral and written communication abilities.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Other Requirements: Must have a driving record which is within the guidelines of the insurance underwriter. Must not have been charged with or convicted of a criminal offense that would disable the employment by failing to meet minimum standards as set by the Licensing Branch of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

Interested candidates should email resume and employment application to applications@lenapope.org.  No phone, fax or walk in inquiries will be accepted.  EOE