Careers

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Make a difference in the life of students with learning challenges!

We pride ourselves on being a wonderful place to work where individual talents are recognized and the power of a collective group of creative and intelligent individuals working towards a common goal is celebrated. Our work is grounded in a shared passion for improving the lives of students with learning challenges and the knowledge that a small group of dedicated individuals can have a big impact.

Current Openings

Part-time Educational Therapist

Our sister organization, The Institute for Learning and Development, is currently looking for part-time learning specialists with expertise in teaching executive function strategies. Strong executive function and experience with students who have learning and attention difficulties is required. ILD provides neuropsychological assessments, one-to-one strategy instruction, and executive function coaching, as well as specialized reading, writing, and math instruction. We work with some students remotely, so strong computer skills are a requirement. Read the full job profile and send cover letter as well as resume to Joan Steinberg, M.Ed. by email ([email protected]).

Educational Therapist and Teacher Trainer

ResearchILD (Research Institute for Learning and Development) is seeking a full-time or part-time Educational Therapist and Teacher Trainer who will provide individualized remediation, academic support, and executive function instruction to students with learning and attention differences while also providing online SMARTS executive function strategy training to educators locally and globally. ResearchILD, directed by Dr. Lynn Meltzer, is world-renowned for clinical work, teacher training, research, and curriculum development focused on executive function strategies that empower students to learn how to learn. Our flagship SMARTS EF curriculum is being used by educators in 46 states and 27 countries. We are dedicated to transforming the lives of students with learning differences and executive function difficulties. For more information, please review the full job profile. Please submit a copy of your resume and a cover letter to Robin Winston at [email protected].

Interning at ResearchILD was personally and professionally rewarding.  Growing up with learning challenges myself, I know how important this work is. The experience I had will certainly shape how I move forward in my career and in my life.   I had the opportunity to work on projects that allowed me to hone my current skills and develop some brand new skills. Every day was a new learning experience!