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Reading In Motion is seeking a Director of Development (DoD) to lead its $1.8 million fundraising efforts in collaboration with a highly committed Board of Directors and a strong staff team.

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Reading In Motion is looking an experienced partnership manager and sales person to join our growing Las Vegas team.

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Reading in Motion, a nationally recognized non-profit organization in Chicago, seeks an Extra Dosage Instructor to teach a small-group reading program to selected students in 1st grade classrooms. Extra Dosage Instructor responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Leading small group instruction
  • Collecting data and anecdotal records
  • Maintaining accurate student attendance records
  • Attending occasional meetings at or near RIM offices downtown
  • Administering reading tests (DIBELS)

This is a 4 day per week position, consisting of 10-16 hours per week, depending on scheduling. Teaching will take place in assigned schools during the school day. All Extra Dosage Instructors will receive curriculum training by Reading in Motion.
Extra Dosage Instructors are paid a competitive hourly wage based on experience. Training and meeting times will also be compensated.
Qualified candidates must:

  • Have experience working in elementary education, reading curriculum, and/or arts education.
  • Have experience working with primary grade students.
  • Have a flexible schedule.
  • Be comfortable working in diverse neighborhoods.
  • Be responsive to the changing needs of schools and be able to resolve challenges effectively.
  • Have a consistent and reliable mode of transportation.
  • Be easily reached by phone and email.

How to apply:
Send cover letter and resume by email, fax, or mail to: edp@readinginmotion.org; Reading in Motion, 65 East Wacker Place, Suite 305, Chicago, IL 60601; Fax: 312-357-0130

NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS TO READING IN MOTION, PLEASE.

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