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Question about the employment at LaSalle School contact:
Gloria Archer
Director of Human Resources
Archer@LaSalle-School.org

If there is an available position, and upon review of your application should it meet the minimum qualifications, your application will be forwarded to the appropriate hiring manager. To apply in person, please visit our campus Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. We are conveniently located at 391 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12203.

 

ASSISTANT TO THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  – Apply by visiting http://www.indeed.com

The Assistant to the Executive Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Director’s team to provide support to agency efforts pertaining to development, communications, and other key operations. The Assistant provides direct support to the Executive Director specific to the scheduling and management of projects, board communications and meeting preparation. The Assistant works as a member of the director’s team to assist with the coordination and management of special projects, including working collaboratively with the director’s team to assure projects meet deadlines and to provide back‐up support for the team when appropriate.

Desired Qualifications:
Minimum of 10+ years of experience working with senior agency management
Knowledge of and proficiency with MS Office, Raisers Edge, and other relevant software
Advanced Microsoft Office skills, with an ability to become familiar with firm-specific programs and software
Strong organizational, project management and problem-solving skills
Impeccable multi-tasking abilities
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Friendly and professional demeanor

 

TEACHER ASSISTANT – Apply by visiting https://olasjobs.org

TA will be assigned a role to assist with students achievement and successful engagement in all aspect of their Educational Program. Support provided could be in the classroom, or in other areas of their school day program, as assigned. TA interventions need to be consistent with the strategies identified in the student’s IEP or behavior plan and support the goals of his treatment plan. While primary instruction rests with the teacher, the TA will support student’s ability to: participate in the learning process; demonstrate his acquisitions of knowledge and skills; and display behaviors which foster success. Since non-classroom issues may negatively impact a student’s ability to learn, the TA may be assigned to provide support outside of the classroom or beyond the traditional school day.

Required Qualifications:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
NYS Teacher Assistant Certification Level 1
NYS Drivers License
TCI, First Aid & CPR Certifications
Experience with behaviorally challenged adolescent population
Desired Qualifications:
NYS Teacher Assistant Certification Level III
College Degree

 

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST – Apply by visiting http://www.indeed.com

Youth Development Specialist works directly with the residents assigned to a particular division. The Youth Development Specialist sees that the daily program and routine is carried out. Will be responsible for providing safe, therapeutic residential experience for children during each assigned shift. Consistently implements strategies which provide for effective supervision for each resident. Must be familiar with the ICMP and Treatment goals of each resident. Must be competent in employing TCI techniques for de-escalation and managing behaviors. Acts as a member of the team, coordinating daily tasks with colleagues. Develops a working knowledge of each resident and works to support residents progress in treatment. Is familiar with PBIS and uses identified strategies to reinforce positive behaviors which reflect safety, responsibility and respect.

Required Qualifications:
A valid NYS Driver’s License
High School Diploma (minimum)
Desired Qualifications:
College Degree
Work experience in child care or related field

 

SCHOOL SAFETY STAFF/AIDE – Apply by visiting https://olasjobs.org

The School Safety Staff/Aide (SSS/A) will be assigned a role to assist with student achievement and successful engagement in all aspects of their Educational Program. Support provided could be in the classroom, or in other areas of their school day program, as assigned. The SSS/A interventions needs to be consistent with the principles of TCI and strategies identified in the student’s IEP or behavior plan and support the goals of his treatment plan. The SSS/A will support the student’s ability to: participate in the learning process, demonstrate his acquisition of knowledge and skills, and display behaviors which foster success. Since non-classroom issues may negatively impact a student’s ability to learn, the SSS/A may be assigned to provide support inside or outside of the classroom or beyond the traditional school day.

Required Qualifications:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Experience with emotionally and behaviorally challenged adolescent population
Desired Qualifications:
NYS Teacher Assistant Certification
College Degree
NYS Drivers License
TCI, First Aid, CPF & Defense Driving Certification

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