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Reading Recovery Trainer - New York

Job Summary
  • Approximate Salary: Negotiable
  • Location : New York, NY
  • Country : United States
  • Specialization : RRCNA » Trainers
  • Experience Level : Not applicable
  • Education Level : Not applicable
  • Date Posted : 07-18-2012

The Reading Recovery Project at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development seeks a candidate to direct the NYU Reading Recovery Project.

The position will encompass the following:

  • Teach graduate level courses

  • Train educators to become district level teacher trainers

  • Implement quality interventions and provide technical assistance to NYU affiliated school districts

  • Teach first grade Reading Recovery students

  • Attend and present at national and international Reading Recovery meetings and conferences

  • Collaborate in program research and evaluation

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debra.diana@nyu.edu
New York University
Debra Diana
New York University
Reading Recovery Project
34 Stuyvesant St., Suite 501
New York, NY 10003
212-998-5210
debra.diana@nyu.edu
Requires:

- Earned doctorate Ph.D. or Ed.D. in reading/writing or related areas
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills, including the ability to work with parents, teachers, principals, and university faculty
- Leadership experience, effective writing skills, data analysis and computer ability
- Reading Recovery teacher or teacher leader training preferred but not required
- Bilingual in Spanish / English an asset

If not already trained as a Reading Recovery Trainer, the candidate will be enrolled in a paid, one year residential training program in Texas or Ohio arranged by the Project.

This is a two year appointment renewable on an annual basis after the initial appointment. For more information, please call Ann Ballantyne, Director, Reading Recovery Project, 212-998-9028.

Send resume, cover letter and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references to:

Debra Diana, Project Manager
NYU Reading Recovery Project
34 Stuyvesant St., Suite 501
New York, NY 10003