Fraser School is looking to hire Lead Teachers! Fraser is a leader in Mental Health and Autism Services in the Midwest, dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals of all abilitities. We are currently seeking passionate and dedicated Lead Teachers to join our team. If you are a caring, compassionate, and mentor-minded individual who wants to teach children to thrive, Fraser School is the place for you!
Work-life balance is important; Fraser offers generous paid time off to those employed full time
Small class of 12-16 children with at least 2 staff in each classroom
4 Paid staff development days
Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance for full-time employees (30+ hours/week)
Health and Flex Savings Accounts
Short-Term and Long-Term Disability insurance
403(b) retirement account with potential Fraser contribution
Opportunities for community involvement in Fraser organized events
Career growth opportunities
Tuition Discounts at select colleges and Fraser School
Tools and resources for continued education and growth
Fraser offers membership to Teaching Strategies online coursework and support for pursuing a CDA
Fraser is a qualified employer in the Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Verizon Wireless cell phone plan and accessories discount
Responsible for running the classroom, including curriculum planning, child assessment, communication and conferences
Welcomes, talks and meets with parents as needed
Observes and reports on the well-being of children
Coaching of Assistant Teachers in the Classroom
Provide on-going written and verbal communication to families about their child’s development
Pay, location, & Schedules:
$19.00 - $22.00 per hour
Richfield, MN - Fraser School
Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Must maintain CPR and First Aid certifications that Fraser provides.
Ability to pass a DHS background check
Must be able to work independently and lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
Commitment to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion with a focus on culturally responsive practice, internal self-awareness, and reflection.