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Working at Landmark School

Employees at Landmark School enjoy intellectual challenge, a strong and supportive community, and personal and professional satisfaction. Landmark School serves students in grades 2 – 12 with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. Our students have average to above-average intelligence and no behavioral challenges and are curious and eager to learn but struggle in traditional school settings.

The Landmark approach is unique, established, proven, and effective. We are the largest school of our kind in the country. Faculty members work with students in small classes of 6 – 8, address their individualized needs through a daily one-to one tutorial, and support each other and the student body through regular and consistent communication, on-the-job training, and mentoring.

Approximately 470 students attend Landmark each year and another 150 attend our summer programs. We are located on two campuses on the North Shore, just 30 miles from Boston. Our Elementary•Middle School campus is located in Manchester-By-the-Sea, Mass. and our High School campus is located in the Prides Crossing section of Beverly, Mass. 

Qualifications for Teaching at Landmark School

Applicants for teaching positions must have a BA or BS, strong language skills, an eagerness and ability to work with school-age children, and a desire to make a difference for students whose literacy skills are not keeping pace with their intellect. A Massachusetts Certification in Moderate Disabilities and/or a master's degree are preferred but not mandatory as comprehensive training is provided for all new faculty members. Citizenship, residency, or work VISA in the United States are required.


Teachers at Landmark School say that their experience here is often life changing. Faculty members at Landmark School benefit from the structure, support, and mentorship of our unique Teacher Residency Program. It is the springboard upon which teachers hone skills and build mastery while working full time earning an advanced degree. Participants gain hands-on skills in the classroom and the Residential Life Program (High School only), and are enrolled in a fully subsidized Master of Education Degree in Special Education from Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development.


  • Three-week comprehensive training program in August
  • Fully subsidized on-site Master's Degree in Special Education from Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development
  • Massachusetts educator licensure as a teacher of students with Moderate Disabilities (5–12)
  • Residential life experience and training
  • Sustained professional development, feedback, and mentorship

Administrative and Staff Openings

Campus Maintenance Worker

Job Description

A Campus Maintenance Worker is responsible for all aspects of building maintenance. He/she also assists with campus construction projects as well as snow removal and set ups for special functions. Landmark is looking for a team player able to work independently as well with a small group. Candidates must have a professional attitude and be sociable with other faculty and staff on campus. Our campuses have a wide variety of buildings that require creative problem solving and the ability to complete skillful artisanship while working outside of the box. Candidates will be expected to be able work among the various constituencies of the Landmark community and have an understanding of and experience working with a diverse population.

Expectations for Campus Maintenance workers include but are not limited to the following duties:

  • Use hand and power tools including pneumatic and hydraulic equipment, hammer, sweep, sand, lift heavy materials such as sheet rock possibly overhead; hand drill and screw, paint, strip wall coverings, haul heavy materials up and down flights of stairs, etc.
  • Raise and use an extension ladder, lift and feed sheets of wood into power equipment, move furniture, take measurements, work continuously from a stepladder, remove snow using a shovel, snow blower, or plow
  • Occasionally order stock for projects, lift objects in excess of 100 pounds, report building repairs and safety issues to the maintenance supervisor, keep a daily log of performance, occasionally work overtime including late night emergency coverage or snow removal
  • Independently evaluate building needs. Use smartphone/computer to receive and send emails and maintain organization


  • Basic carpentry skills including framing, woodworking, plastering, sheet rock installation, insulating, roofing, flooring, trim finishing, painting and cabinet making, a general understanding of plumbing, electrical work, and HVAC
  • Physically able to lift, bend, stoop, climb, and reach, use power tools, and move heavy furniture and equipment; demonstrate adequate communication and basic computer and technology skills; drive large vehicles
  • Available to occasionally work beyond the typical workday
  • Meet medical examination standards including drug testing with approval from a medical doctor to perform the needed tasks, acquire CPR and First Aid certifications; present a satisfactory CORI report with no criminal infractions; demonstrate a basic knowledge of Massachusetts Construction and Fire Codes

Job Type: Full-time

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Director of Maintenance, Daniel Sebens,

Operations Coordinator, Landmark School Outreach Program

About the Organization: 

Landmark School's mission is to empower students with specific learning disabilities (SLDs), such as dyslexia, to reach their educational and social potential through an exemplary school program complemented by assessment, research, outreach, and training. Building on Landmark School's proven model, the Landmark School Outreach Program (Outreach) was established in 1977. Outreach's mission is to empower students with SLDs by offering educators meaningful and effective professional development grounded in theory and practice. 

Outreach currently partners with 60 schools and 5,000 educators—public and independent schools and educators—and, in turn, indirectly serves 85,000 students on average per year. Outreach supports schools and teachers’ efforts to design instruction to help students access the curriculum and build skills in each of the four domains of language: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Outreach seeks to help educators enhance their instruction of students with SLD through three program components: 1) Online Learning; 2) Summer Institutes; and 3) School and District Partnerships.

For more information, please visit

About the Position: 

The Landmark School Outreach Program seeks an Operations Coordinator. Reporting to the director and working in partnership with the Operations Manager, this position is responsible for all the daily operations of Outreach’s three primary program components, which includes customer service and serving as the initial contact for all inquiries related to the program, supporting educators as they register for Outreach’s courses, and processing all financial transactions related to course registrations and schools partnerships. This position is integral to the success of Outreach’s programming and our ability to fulfill Outreach’s mission.

The right candidate is personable, detail-oriented, and excited to support Outreach’s mission to empower students with SLDs. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Provide front-line customer service, responding to email and phone inquiries.
  • Oversee records, serving as registrar and assisting with individual and group course registrations and enrolling participants in their courses.
  • Oversee all event logistics for Outreach’s summer programs, which serve 400 local area educators each July.
  • Process all financial transactions related to the program, including accounts payable and receivable, data entry, and invoicing.
  • Complete administrative tasks for publications, such as fulfilling general and bulk orders and managing inventory.
  • Serve as office manager and manage day-to-day office processes, such as ordering supplies, tracking publications inventory, and updating the office calendar.


  • A passion for the mission and core values of Landmark Outreach.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, resourceful, and solutions-oriented.
  • Strong communication skills and comfortable with external engagement, while also demonstrating an ability to work independently.
  • Previous office and/or retail experience required.
  • Strong Google Suite fluency a plus.
  • Experience with databases like Salesforce a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Benefits: This is a full-time, year-round position averaging 40 hours per week. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience. 

To apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume with “Operations Coordinator" as the subject line to the email below. Applications accepted by February 4, 2022.

Landmark School
Sue Madden 
Director of Human Resources
429 Hale Street
Prides Crossing, MA  01965 

The Landmark School (Landmark) does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, homelessness, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, genetic information, disability, sex, or age in treatment or employment at Landmark, admission or access to Landmark, or any other aspect of the educational programs and activities that Landmark operates. 

Landmark is required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1975 and their respective implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Parts 100, 104, 106 and 110, not to discriminate in such a manner. Inquiries concerning the application of each of these statutes and their implementing regulations may be referred to the Human Resources Office at Landmark or the Office for Civil Rights, United States DOE or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. 


Advancement Openings

High School Faculty Openings:

Working at Landmark High School

Landmark School employs teachers in our high school program (grades 9 – 12) in range of a disciplines from reading and expressive language to history and science. Faculty responsibilities include teaching a load of six classes/tutorials as well evening and weekend residential coverage duties. All new teachers begin with a comprehensive training program in August.

Benefits of working at our high school:

  • $31,000 annual salary with added compensation for teaching experience and certification
  • 2.5 additional weeks of training for new faculty
  • Extensive training, supervision, and mentoring with emphasis on strategies to reach students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities
  • Fully subsidized, on-site Boston University Wheelock College Master's degree program in Moderate Special Needs
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage (health, dental, long-term disability, and life)
  • 401K with a 3% Landmark contribution annually, after the first year of employment
  • Experience at the largest school of its kind catering to this specific population of students
  • Faculty apartments available on a limited basis
  • Three meals each day while school is in session


Scott Jamieson - Director, Faculty Recruiting & Hiring
Landmark School
PO Box 227
412 Hale Street
Prides Crossing, MA 01965-0227
978-236-3372 (Phone)
978-921-0361 (Fax)

High School Special Education Teacher

Job Posting: High School Special Education Teacher

Position: 2021–2022 Special Education Teacher (High School)

Position Description:

Landmark High School is accepting applications for special education, language arts, expressive language arts, history, math, reading, study skills and science teachers for the 2021–2022 academic year. Landmark is a world leader in educating students with dyslexia and other language based learning disabilities.

Position Details:

  • The position’s responsibilities include a teaching load of six classes and residential duties.
  • Qualifications: BA/BS ideally in subject area, strong language skills, experience working with adolescents. Teaching experience and/or certification in Moderate Special Needs is preferred but not mandatory as comprehensive training is provided for all new faculty members.
  • Compensation includes salary starting at $31K at the High School, comprehensive benefits package, and a fully subsidized M.Ed. program taught on Landmark’s campus through Boston University's Wheelock College of Education and Human Development.


Equal Opportunity Employer:

Landmark School is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

CONTACT: High School (Grades 9 – 12)

Scott Jamieson Director, Faculty Recruiting & Hiring

Landmark School 412 Hale Street

PO Box 227 Prides Crossing, MA 01965-0227

978-236-3372 (Phone)

High School Staff Openings:

Part-Time Nurse Position—2021/2022 School Year

About Landmark High School

Landmark School is an independent school comprising two campuses. The High School serves 200 day students and 100 residential students in grades 9-12 and is located in Beverly, Mass., along the coast of Boston’s North Shore. Landmark provides a tailored education to meet the specific needs of students with language based learning disabilities. 

Open Position

Landmark is seeking a professional school nurse to work the following shifts: Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. with the option of additional hours on a PRN basis. The nurse will collaborate with the High School Health Center nursing team, under the supervision of a nurse manager, health director, and school physician. The nurse will oversee and provide direct care to students in accordance with policies and procedures and state law regarding nursing practice. The ideal candidate would be able to commit to two weekends per month. 


The school nurse must be able to multitask and be comfortable working both as part of a team and independently. They are responsible for student assessment of injury and illness, maintaining school records, and medication administration. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to effectively work with students, parents, and other school staff. Must enjoy working with the adolescent population and their families. 


Current Massachusetts RN License (LPN License will be considered with school experience) 

Nursing experience in a school, community, or pediatric setting preferred. 

CPR & First Aid certification 


Jessica Fauci BSN, RN 
Director Of Health Services 

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to:

Elementary•Middle School Faculty Openings:

Working at Landmark Elementary•Middle School

Landmark School employs teachers in our Elementary•Middle School (grades 2-8). All positions involve one-to-one tutoring and/or small group classes. Faculty responsibilities include teaching a load of six classes as well as various other community responsibilities. All new teachers begin with a training program in late June and teach in the Summer Program preceding their first school year on the faculty.

Benefits of working on our EMS campus:

  • $30,000 base salary with added compensation for teaching experience and certification
  • $3,000 for the initial summer program plus a preceding ten-day training program.
  • Extensive training, supervision, and mentoring with emphasis on strategies to reach students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities
  • Fully subsidized, on-site Boston University Wheelock College Master's degree program in Moderate Special Needs
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage (health, dental, long-term disability, and life)
  • 401K with a 3% Landmark contribution annually, after the first year of employment
  • Experience at the largest school of its kind catering to this specific population of students
  • Faculty apartments available on a limited basis
  • Two meals each day while school is in session


Claire Sullivan, Head
Landmark Elementary Middle School
PO Box 1489
167 Bridge Street
Manchester MA 01944
978-236-3100 (Phone)
978-526-1482 (Fax)

Elementary•Middle School Staff Openings:

Academic Dean

At Landmark Elementary-Middle School, the Academic Dean oversees all aspects of the academic day. This includes programming and policies related to tutorials as well as all content classes and electives. As the direct supervisor of all Academic Middle Managers (i.e., Academic Advisors and Department Heads), the Academic Dean must possess the ability to attend to multiple tasks of varying degrees, demonstrate flexibility in thinking, be a sounding board for faculty, and provide direct and honest feedback. The Academic Dean will report directly to the Head of Campus and will be a member of the EMS Administrative Team. This is a full-time 12-month position and will begin on July 1, 2022. 

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:

  • Oversee all necessary aspects related to academic scheduling. 
  • Oversee Academic Middle Managers (Academic Advisors and Department Heads). 
  • Conduct faculty evaluations and provide direct feedback on performance and goals. 
  • Collaborate with the Head of Campus to implement in-services, mentoring, training days, and professional development opportunities for Middle Managers and faculty throughout the school year that align with DESE.
  • Participate in supervision meetings and interviewing of teacher candidates.
  • Design and manage the process of sending quarterly student reports. 
  • Participate in accreditation reviews as needed (NEASC, DESE).
  • Meet with families regarding students’ academic performance, profiles, and other needs as necessary.
  • Participate in info sessions and help organize campus events not limited to curriculum night, Parents' Days, and award ceremonies.
  • Collaborate with members of the Management Team, including Marketing and Communications, Admissions, and Advancement, as it relates to student programming.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and qualifications include:

  • Masters in Special Ed., certification in Moderate Special Needs.
  • Strong understanding of how to program academics for students with language-based learning disabilities.
  • Several years of management and supervisory experience in an academic setting like Landmark.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of a range of tutorial areas (e.g., linguistic patterns, fluency, and LiPS®) and an understanding of core classroom curricula.
  • Communicates effectively both orally and in writing. 
  • Ability to formulate and offer constructive feedback to colleagues.
  • Establishes and maintains a professional rapport with colleagues.
  • Maintains an approachable and flexible demeanor while managing all aspects of the role.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, handle multiple tasks, prioritize, and maintain accurate records.

Please indicate your interest in this position by submitting a letter of interest, an updated resume, and contact information for three references to Claire Sullivan ( no later than Friday, January 28.  

Thank you for your interest in working or teaching at Landmark School.

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