Social Emotional Coordinator
- Strong clinical background with proven experience providing comprehensive mental health services and psychoeducational outreach to middle and high school students with a diverse range of identities in a school setting required.
- A Counseling Certification license and school-based license valid in MA in one of the following areas: school counseling and/or school social work is preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree in a related field strongly preferred.
- Knowledge of legal standards in compliance with state and federal laws and an ability to maintain appropriate confidentiality is essential.
The Social-Emotional Coordinator creates and sustains the vision, direction, and implementation of mental health and counseling services for students at New England Innovation Academy. In addition, the Social-Emotional Coordinator inspires students and works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various academic and residential areas across grades 6-12.
Under the general supervision of the Curriculum, Instruction and Innovation Coordinator, the Social Emotional Coordinator serves as a thought partner and collaborator to the Learning Support Coordinator in the creation of the NEIA Wellness Center, the execution of the formal wellbeing curriculum, and other initiatives, and to the Head of School and faculty advisors concerning student mental health, and other social-emotional support matters.
The Social-Emotional Coordinator serves as a member of the faculty. Faculty at NEIA encourage collaborative teamwork in the classroom, teaching students to communicate effectively and thoughtfully, justify their reasoning, and consider multiple perspectives when solving problems. Faculty invest in the life of the school by participating in the advisory program, social and emotional learning, weekly department meetings and multidisciplinary team meetings, anti-bias training, residential life and all aspects that support the student experience. Faculty are responsible for creating and maintaining a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential and accomplish the learning goals of NEIA.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required.
- 5-10 years of related accounting and/or finance experience required.
- Working knowledge of Google Drive, MS Word, and Excel required.
- Experience working with Quickbooks and Blackbaud NXT software preferred.
- Experience working in an educational setting is a plus.
- CPA a plus.
The New England Innovation Academy is seeking a Senior Accountant to support the oversight and management of the day-to-day financial activities and responsibilities of the school. Must have a start-up mentality and open to change. The Senior Accountant will help to create processes and procedures consistent with NEIA’s mission and culture and will be responsible for financial strategic planning, analysis reporting and forecasting, the implementation of finance systems, and the management of all accounting operations. Additionally, the position performs accounting functions in the areas of account balancing, ledger reconciliation, discrepancy resolution and prepares and maintains financial records to track the school’s assets, liabilities, expenses, profit and loss, tax liabilities, and other related activities. The ideal candidate will have 5-10 years of finance and accounting experience with increasing levels of responsibility that includes experience overseeing accounting functions. Must be detail-oriented, organized, take initiative, follow-through, and possess the ability to work independently.
Equal Opportunity Employer
To provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at NEIA are based on merit, qualifications, and skills. NEIA is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, military service, application for military service, or any other status protected by applicable law. NEIA will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities or pregnancy-related conditions, in accordance with applicable law. This commitment is evident in all aspects of NEIA’s employment practices and policies, including recruiting, hiring, job assignment, promotion, compensation, discipline, discharge, benefits, and training.