Librarian/Technology Integration Specialist – (Newfane, VT)

NewBrook Elementary School serves 119 students K-6 from two neighboring towns of Brookline and Newfane, Vermont. Our school benefits from an excellent staff and a supportive community. As a rule, NewBrook students are resilient, hardworking and curious and their families are involved in their school lives. Our staff is dedicated, child-centered and well-trained; they work together with purpose and are devoted to their jobs and to the children and families that we serve. We offer a wide and balanced array of specials classes and have a dedicated PTO, an active Farm-to-School program (that includes a substantial vegetable garden) and excellent after-school programming. Our teachers habitually incorporate technology in the classroom and our students benefit from 1:1 computing.

We are currently seeking a person to fill a unique and challenging part time position. We are looking for a librarian who will also act as our education technology specialist. Along with managing our library collection, the successful candidate will also support school staff to design instruction that integrates technology throughout our students’ school day.

This is a .3 FTE part time position.

Qualified candidates must be certified or certifiable as a School Librarian and an Educational Technology Specialist in the state of Vermont. All of the staff at NewBrook need to be skilled and comfortable working in a team environment and be driven to meet the academic, social & emotional needs of every NewBrook student.

The positions will remain open until qualified candidates are chosen, however, we will begin the second phase of our process on March 19. To be considered in our pool of applicants, one must apply through schoolspring. Thank you for you interest in joining the NewBrook Elementary School community.

SchoolSpring listing.

Scotty Tabachnick
NewBrook School
(802) 365-7536
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