On Campus Positions
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We are seeking one or two babysitters for our 9-year old daughter. We need someone who has a car and can pick her up at Brookline’s Heath School at 2:30 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and at 1:30 on Friday. Help her complete her homework and give her some engaged play time until 5/5:30pm. We live in Chestnut Hill, and our home and our daughter’s school are both within a 2-mile radius of BC. The right person(s) will be a good match for our girl’s sweet, sensitive temperament. Contact: Michelle at email@example.com.
There are numerous positions still available in our Bronx public schools.
The following are openings for students and/or alumni who have, or are eligible for, NYS certification,
(Students who are eligible for “Internship Certificates” are considered to be certified) :
Students w. Disabilities (all levels), English as a New Language, Childhood Ed. 1-6, Birth-2, ELA 5-9 & 7-12, Spanish, French, Mathematics, Drama, Vocal Music, Physical Education, Art
Interested applicants should forward their resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for an English graduate or under graduate major to help with English (reading comprehensions/spelling etc) 2x a week at our home. Our son attends the Newton Public school and is in the 6th grade. We pay up to $25/hour and need two sessions per week on any day between 3pm-7pm. Please call me on 617-834-2800 or email me at email@example.com We live in Newton Center right on the D line and walking distance from the BC campus on Beacon Street in Newton. Thanks a lot.
The VSLC is looking for a student employee to drive up to 11 first year students or BC BIGS to service placements on a weekly basis. Available Shifts include:
Monday: Need 1 driverVan 1 for 5 students: 1pm-5pm (for 2- 4pm placement) Daily Table, Dorchester
Tuesday: Need 1 driverVan 1 for 11 students: 3:45-6 pm Sumner Boys and Girls club, Roslindale
Applicants must: be at least 21 years old, have a valid driver license, have a clean driving record, be comfortable with city driving, be comfortable driving a 12 passenger van and/or have experience driving similar size vehicles
We also can offer a practice drive/ lesson beforehand to anyone interested.
Pay: $11/hourIf you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, and indicate whichshift(s) you are interested in. Please refer any questions to the VSLC at 617-552- 1317 or email@example.com
Start: As soon as possible Schedule: Part-time, may include evenings/Saturdays Pay: Hourly per diem, $18/hour Drs. Lydia Shrier, Sabra L. Katz-Wise, and Pamela Burke are seeking interviewers for study of adolescent medicine clinics in the greater Boston area and Lebanon, New Hampshire.
This study examines how clinics provide sexual and reproductive health care to young women who are depressed and explores potential implementation of an intervention to reduce sexual risk behavior in this population. Interviewers will gain valuable experience in qualitative interviewing. The study’s audio-taped interviews will take place at participating clinics. All interviewers will be trained and supervised by Dr. Katz-Wise.
Conduct in-person qualitative interviews with clinic staff and providers Required
Valid U.S. driver’s license
Access to a reliable car for travel to interview sessions outside of Boston
Highly organized and detail-oriented
Strong communication skills
Willingness and ability to work as part of a team
Comfort in a variety of urban and non-urban communities
Prior research experience, including conducting qualitative interviews
Prior experience working in a clinical setting
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to: Boston Children’s Hospital using Job ID 44808 (http://www.childrenshospital.org/career-opportunities) For questions, please contact Dr. Sabra L. Katz-Wise: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boston Arts Academy, a pilot school for the visual and performing arts within the Boston Public Schools, is seeking a management intern to orchestrate a major institutional transition from the Fenway neighborhood to Dorchester, including logistical but also political and community-organizing elements. After many years of planning, BAA is anticipating a move to a “swing space” in Dorchester/Fields Corner so our current location can be demolished and replaced by a state of the art building. Although we are very excited, we also need support with this big transition. This intern will intersect not only with all members of BAA’s senior leadership but also City and BPS leaders to help ensure a successful transition.
Responsibilities for this position include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Creating and implementing a communication plan for all members of the school community (students, families, staff, Board members, funders, neighbors in the Fenway community and neighbors in Fields Corner)
- Intersecting with BPS staff to coordinate the logistics of the move
- Creating, communicating, and implementing an internal sorting and packing plan for the BAA staff
- Identifying arts and community leaders in the Fields Corner neighborhood, meeting with leaders, and developing partnerships
- Organizing, implementing, and evaluating a spring community service day on April 11 in the Fields Corner community for BAA students
The ideal candidate has
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent political and community engagement skills
- Community organizing experience or strong logistical experience
- Experience working effectively with diverse communities
- Time management and the ability to prioritize
The Boston Public Schools does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, retaliation, sexual orientation, genetics or military status and does not tolerate any form of discrimination, intimidation, threat, coercion, and/or harassment that insults the dignity of others by interfering with their freedom to learn and work.
The length of the position is October through at least June, ideally through August.
This intern would report directly to the Headmaster.
This is a paid internship; a stipend will be paid by the Boston Arts Academy Foundation. The stipend will be negotiated based on the intern’s time availability and the number of months the intern will be able to work.
Interested applicants should contact
Anne Clark, Headmaster of Boston Arts Academy
We are looking for a personal care assistant (PCA) part-time to help care for our daughter who is 17 and has cerebral palsy. She is sweet, cute, and speaks (a little) with a computer. Available shifts are Saturday (four to eight hours), Sunday (four to eight hours), and early mornings (6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.). You must be patient, resourceful, and able to lift a 72-pound girl. Pay is $18 an hour. If you may be interested please email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
SSAT Tutor Needed:
I live in Newton and am the mother of a bright, engaging 8th grader at the Carroll School in Lincoln. As you may know, the Carroll school specializes in kids with language-based learning differences.
My daughter is applying to high schools and we are looking for an SSAT tutor to help her prepare for the exam in December. I’m looking for a BC graduate student in education who is patient, fun, and encouraging , and is good with middle school/ high school students. I am thinking 2x/week, with one session after school and one on the weekend. I am thinking the pay would be $50/hour, but would be open to negotiation!
We live in Newton Centre and are accessible by the T.
If interested, please email Eva at ECHITTENDEN@mgh.harvard.edu.
We are seeking help caring for our 2 daughters (8 & 6) on Tuesday afternoons in Newton Centre (~2 miles from BC and near the D line). Hours 12:30 – 3:30 with occasional days up to 4:30. Pick up from Mason Rice Elementary School and walk or drive to our home for the afternoon. If interested, please contact Laura: email@example.com Thank You!
I have a 4th grader in the brookline school system. She is dyslexic and has done intensive work, in the first grade, at LMB. Since then she has worked with a literacy specialist twice a week. I am looking for a math specialist to help bolster her dyscalculia. She is on an IEP and is at grade level with reading, but not math. Please contact me if interested. We live in Chestnut Hill. Thank you, Nicole Monahan firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a tutor for my 10th grade high school daughter at Newton North High School. Subjects included would be French, English, Math & Science. This will be homework help and tutoring where needed. We are looking for someone for 2-3 days a week, afternoons or evenings for 2 hour shifts. Transportation will be provided. Please email email@example.com if you would like to meet for an informational interview.
I am looking for an English tutor, with a degree in secondary education, to teach my high school daughter to improve her writing and other parts of her English.
Babysitter needed to watch 6 and 3 year old on/around campus on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-7 PM during the fall semester. Interested applicants should email Casandra at firstname.lastname@example.org and come with at least one childcare reference.
Nanny opportunity in Brookline:
We are a loving, happy, and enthusiastic family living in Brookline and consisting of two moms, a 4-year-old son (who is currently full-time at pre-K during the week), a 1-month-old daughter, a dog, and two cats. We are looking for a nanny to care for our daughter, possibly with some tangential caregiving for our son, beginning around September 2017. Hours are somewhat flexible, since one mom is soon switching from full- to part-time at work. Hours would generally be 40 hours per week, potentially all occurring during the weekdays or potentially covering a combination of weekday and weekend hours. We are open to finding a mutually agreeable arrangement. Pay would be attractive and “over the table.” We need someone who loves dogs or is at least extremely comfortable with dogs. Our dog is old and gets nervous around people who are not confident around him. The ideal candidate would be smart, communicative with us, talkative with the baby, very patient, capable of being silly with kids, able to have a sense of humor with parents too, a safe driver, creative in finding different experiences for our daughter, and willing to make a 1-year commitment to our family. Interested candidates, please contact email@example.com with email subject “nanny” and tell us a little about yourself.
Kim and Michele
We live in the area and are looking for a caring, trustworthy, energetic, fun, positive and experienced nanny/sitter to help out with our 3 children (ages 10, 8 and 5). We are looking for someone specifically in the following time frames:
Mon-Fri 6:45 to 9am and 2:30 to 6pm
These are the 2 time frames we need help for. If you can help out with both, that’s great, but we may also look for 2 different people for the different timings if we can’t find 1 person for both. Also flexible with giving more or less hours depending on your needs.
Responsibilities include: Driving kids to school / activities, homework help, meal prep, bathtime, helping with basic household duties (laundry, errands like grocery). We are open to giving as many hours as a nanny can handle with their school load and flexible on timing for the right person. The nanny must have a car and experience handling multiple children and overall multitasking. We are open to having the nanny live in or live out, depending on her needs. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 847-924-5927. Serious inquiries only!
Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!