1. School Social Worker
2. Director of Student Services/Resource Room
3. Early Childhood Director
School Social Worker
The School Social Worker at SBHDS will support staff and students to provide professional mental health services. The School Social Worker’s role is to intervene when students are struggling and help them find healthy ways to succeed in school. They educate students on social and emotional concepts. They collaborate with staff to identify students that are struggling emotionally, socially or academically and identify the root cause of their issues. School Social Workers direct students and their families to sources of support to help students overcome obstacles.
The School Social Worker’s main responsibilities are:
The School Social Worker works in demanding environments and should possess the following skills and qualifications to ensure the success of both students and the School Social Worker:
Director of Student Services/Resource Room
The Director of Student Services/Resource Room oversees the student services at SBHDS, assisting all students to achieve personal, social and academic success. The director will supervise the special services faculty, ensure service plans are being developed and met, and help provide leadership in the development, implementation and review of a school-wide discipline plan. The director will report to the Head of School and General Studies Principal, collaborating with both the Judaic and secular staff as a member of the school’s Leadership team, fostering a trusting, collaborative, open, and positive atmosphere which advances excellent education in the best interest of students.
Early Childhood Director
We are looking for a passionate, thoughtful, Early Childhood Director to join our educational leadership team. The Director is a full-time, year-round position that demonstrates leadership abilities by assisting with daily operations of the school including policy implementation, curriculum coordination, development of a stimulating learning environment for faculty, children and families enrolled and creation of a warm sense of community and learning.
Resumes can be sent to email@example.com, or call Rabbi Ephraim Goldstein, Head of School, at 201-543-8301 or Mrs. Chaya Tabor, General Studies Principal, at 414-801-354