2018-2019 ELL Teacher

Job Type

Full Time Contract




United States



· Master’s degree, preferably with some focus on early childhood or elementary education, or literacy

· MA licensure in ESL

· Must have completed MTEL by the end of their first year with Bridge Boston or have MA teacher certification

· Two or more years’ experience as an ELL teacher, preferably in an urban setting

· Prior training in the state-adopted WIDA system

· Excellent organizational skills, and superior written and verbal communication skills

· Excellent personal skills, flexibility, and willingness to be a team player

· Real commitment to life-long learning

· Demonstrated cultural competence and sensitivity; value of diversity

· Facility in a second language beyond English preferred


· Collaborating with ELL and classroom teachers to create a WIDA-aligned curriculum for ELD instruction

· Instructing ELL literacy classes and small groups of students

· Administering assessment and screening tools for entry into ELL, such as MODEL/W-APT

· Working closely with teachers and administrators that the school is in compliance with all ELL requirements and providing the necessary supports for students and teacher training

· Collaborating with general education teachers and administrators to monitor and report on student progress, and to identify students who are not making sufficient progress and to determine appropriate interventions

· Meet and communicate with parents/guardians

· Serve as an advisor for a group of students

· Accept other duties as assigned

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required


How To Apply

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and an introductory letter describing yourinterest and experience to Meryl Johnson, Division Head, at mjohnson@bridgebostoncs.org.

Bridge Boston Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender identity, homelessness, or sexual orientation. Inquiries concerning Bridge Boston’s compliance with Title IX and other civil rights laws may be directed to the Executive Director, 435 Warren Street, Roxbury, MA 02119, phone: 857-229-1601.