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Student Services Coordinator

Mill Falls Charter School

Mill Falls Charter School is New Hampshire’s first Public Montessori School. Launched in the fall of 2012, the school is open – tuition free – to New Hampshire students in grades K-6. Located in Manchester, Mill Falls brings together children of all backgrounds and learning styles in mixed-age classrooms that merge the Common Core Curriculum with the individualized and academically integrated Montessori approach. 

Manchester is New Hampshire’s largest and most diverse city. Located about fifty miles north of Boston, Manchester is home to approximately one hundred ten thousand people and has a rich immigrant history. Diversity is a core value at Mill Falls, and the school seeks to tap into the area’s rich and diverse cultural and economic frameworks, as we continue build our student population and community connections.

Position Type: part-time
Benefits: Salary is competitive and is based on qualifications and experience. Paid time off and professional development make up the benefit package.


  • A demonstrated willingness to collaboratively work alongside trained Montessori educators and with our innovative methodology;
  • Trained with research based teaching methods such as OG and Wilson
  • Team-oriented with a collaborative approach to working with colleagues, administrators, and parents;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills;
  • Appreciation for student diversity including learning, experiential, cultural & economic differences;
  • An open mind and sense of humor.

Mill Falls is seeking a Special Education certified teacher skilled at organizing all aspects of student support and services. This part-time position will include case management and student advocacy at Special Education meetings. Supervised by the Educational Program Director, the Student Services Coordinator would also assist in RTI support, coordination and monitoring of services delivered by the service providers as well as support IEPs as necessary. Certification in Wilson a plus. A minimum 3 years of Special Education work required.

  • Bachelor’s degree required; 
  • NH Special Education Certification K-12;
  • It is preferred that candidates be trained with research based teaching methods such as OG and Wilson, and be team-oriented, flexible and creative. Experience with Elementary School aged students with disabilities preferred.

Responsibilities include: Case management and student advocacy at Special Education meetings, RTI support, coordination and monitoring of services delivered by the service providers as well as support IEPs as necessary.

How to Apply:

Please email completed application package to including:

  • Cover letter
  • Philosophy of Education (not required for Office Assistant)
  • Resume
  • Three references
  • Completed application – please click here to download.

Notification of receipt of completed applications will be sent via email. References will not be contacted without prior notification. 

Questions? Please email:

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Date Added: July 31, 2017

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