Teaching at Landmark
Our faculty is at the core of our innovative, effective program of remediation. Landmark's instructional strategies and programs are based on our six teaching principles and over 40 years of classroom and tutorial experience. Our principles ensure that each student feels challenged, works at an appropriate level and leaves a class or program feeling successful and confident.
Founded in 1971, Landmark School is an independent, coeducational boarding and day school with elementary, middle, and college preparatory high school programs for students with language-based learning disabilities (dyslexia). Landmark individualizes instruction for each student and offers a program of intense remediation in small classes (no more than 8 students). We are considered a pioneer in the field, and focus our instructional strategies on classroom-tested practices and research-based strategies. We strive to teach our students to become independent learners who can develop the confidence to advocate for their own unique learning styles and needs. Landmark School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Massachusetts Department of Education. The school is a member of Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools (MAAPS) and the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
High School Faculty
Currenly, no open positons.
Landmark School employs teachers in language arts, expressive language arts, drama, history, math, art, communications, communications disabilities, reading and science. Landmark is a world leader in educating students with language based learning disabilities. The positions’ responsibilities include a teaching load of six classes and residential duties. Qualifications: BA/BS ideally in subject area, strong language skills, experience in working with adolescents. Teaching experience and/or certification in Moderate Special Needs is a plus but not mandatory as comprehensive training is provided for all new faculty members. Compensation includes salary starting at $26.5K at the High School and $25K at the Elementary/Middle School, comprehensive benefits package, some faculty housing and fully subsidized M.Ed. program taught on Landmark’s campus.
High School (Grades 9 – 12) Contact:
William Barrett - Director of Faculty Recruiting
412 Hale St. PO Box 227
Prides Crossing, MA 01965-0227
Elementary/Middle School Summer/Fall Teaching Positions
Teaching Positions for Summer 2014 and School Year 2014-'15.
Landmark EMS anticipates several entry level teaching vacancies for the school year 2014-2015. These positions begin with the Summer Session of 2014, July 7 to August 8. A training session will be held 10 days prior to the program and ongoing training throughout the summer is provided. All Landmark faculty must possess Moderate Special Needs certification. If not, they must enroll in a program leading to certification offered through Simmons College. Landmark EMS hires generalist teachers rather than departmental specialists. Every teacher is a reading and literacy teacher in addition to any responsibilities in the content area. Interested candidates may complete the materials available at the bottom of this page and will be contacted as your file materials are received.
Application materials are available using the links below.
Forms for Prospective Faculty
Please click on the following links to download the application materials. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in order to view them.
High School Application
High School Employment Information Sheet
High School CORI Form
Elementary - Middle School Application
Elementary - Middle School CORI Form
Elementary - Middle School Employment Information Sheet
*Please attach a photocopy of your driver's license to be submitted with the CORI form.
Landmark is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or genetics.