About the Company
Freudigman & Billings (Westport, CT) is excited to share our current Instructional Coaching opportunities. F & B provides educational solutions for children and adolescents through individual assessment, personally tailored learning programs, and one-on-one coaching. We serve students with a wide variety of needs and goals, beginning in middle school all the way up through college. We’re a boutique firm with a fun culture that offers a casual and relaxed atmosphere, tons of professional development, a collegial and supportive team, as well as a challenging and rewarding career path! To learn more visit www.freudigman.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Standardized test prep
- Academic instruction
- Educational support
- College advising
The company is hiring for:
Biology Instructor – learn more and apply
The ideal candidate has a B.A./B.S. and some experience tutoring or teaching high school students (or an inherent desire to learn to teach). We are looking for smart, personable, committed individuals who exhibit the potential to grow. We’ll train you, but you need to bring the fire. Whether it’s an in-depth knowledge of Tik Tok trends or the best comedic timing we’ve ever seen, you need something that’ll help you create an authentic relationship with a sleep-deprived teenager. You will also have the opportunity to be considered for our rotational program and train across multiple disciplines, including Educational Therapy and Standardized Test Prep, so that you can expand your skills and develop new ways to engage with students.
Academic Instructional Coach – learn more and apply
Meet with a cohort of students one on one each week. Collaborate with our team of Directors to generate and execute specific plans for each student. Interact with instructors from different departments, including Educational Therapy, Academic Instruction, and College Advising to track student progress across multiple domains.
ACT / SAT Instructor – learn more and apply
Wanted: An ACT/SAT TUTOR who’s detail-oriented, data-driven, and charismatic enough to convince a high-school junior to do extra homework every week.
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