Employment Opportunities

Would you like to be part of a team that is dedicated to improving the lives of people through literacy achievement across America? Our company is committed to “Literacy for All” and we have the track record to prove that we DO make a difference!  Pair that dedication with the fact that we have an impressive, friendly, and committed staff, along with a competitive benefits package and the opportunity to work on a beautiful campus, and work life couldn’t get much better.  Take a moment to view our employment opportunities and learn more about Wilson.

Opportunities at Wilson

  • Outreach Operations Administrator

    • Location

      Oxford, MA

    • Description

      Responsible for providing administrative and office support to the Outreach Department. Assist with day-to-day activities, special functions, and key projects to ensure the efficient operation of the department. This position serves as an essential support function for the Outreach team, providing optimal customer service to both internal and external customers.

    • Job Functions

      • Assist the events team with the planning and coordination of public events and the related activities including creating and preparing event materials, as well as providing administrative support during these events.
      • Support the Registrar with the review, approval & audit processes for Wilson Professional Credential renewals.
      • Support the registrar function of preparing and distribution of certificates of completion and awards of credentials.
      • Collaborate with the Registrar to ensure compliance with privacy laws, in regard to record verification by protecting the confidentiality of participant records.
      • Assist with digitization and purging of WRS Level I & Level II certification paperwork.
      • Assist with fielding and responding to inquiries from Wilson constituents regarding the Wilson Professional Credential program.
      • Create orders for material shipments for public events and exhibits.
      • Track UPS shipments and send confirmation emails to the Instructors of Public Workshop Events.
      • Provide administrative support for the Wilson Accredited Partners program including plan writing and other duties as assigned.
      • Support the administrative functions and processes related to the Presenter & Trainer Intern Programs.
      • Provide administrative support for the Trade Show and Exhibit program, as needed.
      • Provide departmental support services including photocopying, scanning, collating, and filing / archiving files.
      • Mail distribution for department
      • Assist Sr. Director of Outreach Operations and Outreach team with day-to-day activities.
      • Understand and display WLT’s values.
      • Other duties as assigned

    • Minimum Requirements

      • Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment and to multi-task.
      • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
      • Strong skills in planning, prioritizing and organizing skills.
      • Ability to identify errors and solve problems.
      • Excellent listening and interpersonal skills.
      • Microsoft Suite applications including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Great Plains and CRM a plus.

    • Education

      • High School Diploma or GED. College preferred.

    • Experience

      • 3-5 years in a professional office environment
      • Strong customer service experience preferred
      • Experience in the field of education or literacy preferred

    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

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      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

      If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s human resources department. If you believe that ADP has not handled your personal information properly, you may also contact ADP’s Privacy Office at Privacy@ADP.com.

      Visit http://www.adp.com/privacy.aspx for further information

  • Manager of Registrar Services

    • Location

      Oxford, MA

    • Description

      The Manager of Registrar Services plays a central, highly collaborative role that guides and bridges the understanding of the activities of several departments and performs unique functions that are essential to many roles inside and outside of WLT. S/he will instill a culture of continuous improvement and excellence by ensuring standardization of processes and procedures across the various Wilson constituents and include consistent application and use of available tools and systems. S/he is responsible for the maintenance, integrity, and security of all certification and credential records.

    • Job Functions

      • Assesses and facilitates accessibility to WLT courses and workshops.
      • Develops, refines, maintains, and disseminates registration/enrollment policies and processes and publishes this on a yearly basis. Ensures that all departments are following the policies/processes for the current year.
      • Oversees processes, reporting, and progress tracking for programmatic certification, credentialing, and recredentialing.
      • Works closely with Technical Development to identify technical challenges and recommends changes to improve customer experience.
      • Serves as primary liaison among Education, Customer Support, Technical Development, Program Development, Outreach, the Fidelity Team, and Certification Board related to registration, certification, credentialing and recredentialing procedures.
      • Operationalizes and manages the Control Panel, its templates, course descriptions, prerequisites, and versions, and provides support to staff using LMS.
      • Operationalizes the annual WLT Course Catalog including maintaining records about WLT course offerings: course names, course versions/dates, current handouts, AOC, course descriptions.
      • Operationalizes timely communication instruments and strategies with Wilson constituencies related to their enrollment, certification, credentialing, and recredentialing.
      • Oversees the Wilson Professional Credentialing program and its related processes
      • Coordinates preparation and distribution of certificates of completion and awards of credentials.
      • Responsible for tracking, maintaining and verifying the Wilson Credential Trainer and Presenter credentials and roles.
      • Operationalizes compliance with privacy laws, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), in regard to record verification by protecting the confidentiality of participant records.
      • Identifies and reports on Wilson trainer/instructor compliance with certification standards (i.e., Level I tracker), and provides instructors with support.
      • Conducts data collection and reporting related to credentialing and certification.
      • Works to build inter-departmental relationships for the enhancement of services provided through the Registrar.
      • Understands and displays WLT’s values.
      • Other duties as assigned.

    • Minimum Requirements

      • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written
      • Strong knowledge of CRM, Power BI, WA 4, and Microsoft Office Applications
      • Proficient in working with LMS data
      • Understanding of SharePoint software
      • Ability to prioritize, track, and manage workload efficiently
      • Excellent organization skills and attention to detail
      • Thorough knowledge of program completion and certification requirements
      • Detailed knowledge of Wilson programs and professional development offerings and certification/recertification requirements
      • Able to multi-task successfully
      • Proven ability to communicate and contribute effectively in group work, especially in inter-departmental team settings

    • Education

      • Associate’s Degree required; Bachelor’s Degree or higher preferred; Equivalent Work Experience will be considered

    • Experience

      • Knowledge of Wilson Mission and programs
      • 5 years of professional office experience required
      • Experience in the field of education, registrar’s office, or other academic environments preferred
      • Strong customer service experience preferred
      • Basic knowledge of Implementation Science and its application at WLT

    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

      (Click to view)

      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

      If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s human resources department. If you believe that ADP has not handled your personal information properly, you may also contact ADP’s Privacy Office at Privacy@ADP.com.

      Visit http://www.adp.com/privacy.aspx for further information

  • Customer Support Specialist III

    • Location

      Oxford, MA

    • Description

      This role focuses on customer satisfaction and supports departmental goals by accurately responding to customer requests in a professional, positive manner. This includes data processing, communicating product and service information, providing basic technical assistance, managing course enrollments, and responding to customer inquiries.

    • Job Functions

      • Respond to customer inquiries received via telephone, e-mail, fax, mail, and in-person related to offered services, materials, and web-based resources
      • Ensure accurate and timely customer responses and follow-up
      • Determine what information is best suited to customer request and when necessary make appropriate interdepartmental referrals
      • Identify when exceptions are required and bring to the attention of departmental point person or manager
      • Continue and maintain working knowledge of all company products, services and promotions
      • Provide precise detail of each product line and corresponding materials including catalog descriptions and pricing
      • Process registrations for professional learning options offered
      • Guide customers through all options of online course offerings and resources as well as assist customers who have trouble with course access
      • Process orders and returns
      • Understand and display WLT’s values
      • Other duties as assigned

      Additional Job Functions:

      • Organize and file documents when necessary
      • Update customer records when new information is available
      • Assist with processing incoming, outgoing, and interdepartmental mail
      • Participate in departmental and organizational projects with focus on improvement and development of procedures and functions

    • Minimum Requirements

      • Sitting at a computer station continuously for long periods of time.
      • Working with and learning computer programs as implemented by Wilson Language Training.
      • Communicating clearly and professionally over the phone, in writing, and in person.

      Skills:
      • High degree of comfort with Desktop Computer functions
      • Basic Internet navigation skills.
      • Ability to reliably demonstrate all the skills and responsibilities of the Customer Support Specialist II position.

    • Education

      • High School Diploma or G.E.D.

    • Experience

      • At least one year of customer service experience.
      • Ability to reliably demonstrate all the skills and responsibilities of the Customer Support Specialist II position.
      • Exposure to Microsoft Dynamics GP a plus.

    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

      (Click to view)

      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

      If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s human resources department. If you believe that ADP has not handled your personal information properly, you may also contact ADP’s Privacy Office at Privacy@ADP.com.

      Visit http://www.adp.com/privacy.aspx for further information

  • Instructional and Development Specialist

    • Location

      Home Office

    • Description

      This position is responsible for providing Professional Learning opportunities via online interactive meetings in accordance with Wilson’s Continuum of Support to teachers and administrators participating in Wilson’s Virtual Implementation Support program. Additionally, the Instructional and Development Specialist will function as an integral part of the Program Development Team by completing projects and PD tasks including assisting with revisions to and creation of documents, professional learning resources, communications, presentations and related materials.

      The Instructional and Development Specialist position is a remote, part-time position requiring a minimum of two full days per week. This position follows an Academic Year calendar (40 weeks with the opportunity for up to 50 weeks). The Instructional and Development Specialist works out of a home office and may need to travel up to 15% for training and Program Development purposes, and for conducting Introductory Workshops for dedicated cohorts.

    • Job Functions

      Job Functions – Virtual Implementation Support
      • Conducts Fundations® and Just Words® professional learning programs for teachers and school faculty as part of Wilson’ Continuum of Support.
      • Conducts web-based instructor-led interactive meetings following well-defined guidelines.
      • Participates in and supports professional learning activities both on and off-site, as needed
      • Draws upon field experience to support Fundations and Just Words teachers in the implementation of Wilson programs.
      • Posts curated online resources and videos to VIS site on a timely and on-going basis
      • Supports Virtual Implementation Support participants by hosting regularly scheduled office hour sessions (Dedicated cohorts only)
      • Supports Virtual Implementation Support participants by monitoring/responding/contributing to Threaded Discussion on an on-going basis
      • Works closely with school administrators (dedicated VIS cohorts) to schedule professional learning services.
      • Works with Program Development staff to schedule Interactive sessions for Regional cohorts
      • Maintains records on VIS attendance/participation
      • Delivers workshops on site for assigned dedicated cohorts

      Job Functions – Program Development
      • Works closely with Program Development Staff and Fidelity Team members to develop content as directed for Wilson programs and Professional Learning Activities and conferences
      • Completes program development projects and tasks including assisting with revisions to and creation of documents, professional learning resources, communications, presentations and related materials
      • Develops and assists in the development of the content for Expert Tips and monitors Wilson Academy Learning Communities for required revisions and updates, as assigned
      • Develops and assists in the development of content for the Wilson Professional Community – resources for Wilson Literacy Specialists and Trainers
      • Provides input in regard to professional learning programs and activities.
      • Works closely with other Program Development team members to ensure completion of assigned tasks
      • Consults as needed with: WLT staff, administrators, former and current participants enrolled in professional learning programs, teachers, and parents

      Job Functions – General
      • Keeps abreast of educational trends and activities in (Prevention/ Intervention/Remedial-Dyslexic), K-12 and Adult.
      • Maintains close and effective working relationships with the Literacy Specialist team and with the Education Department, Literacy Advisor Team, and Fidelity Team.
      • Has access to and maintains familiarity with full content of district plans to which they are assigned
      • Understand and display WLT’s values
      • Other duties/special projects as assigned

    • Minimum Requirements

      • Minimum of 1 year experience as a Wilson Literacy Specialist (3+ years preferred)
      • Minimum of 5 years teaching/coaching Fundations/Just Words in a variety of educational settings
      • Deep content understanding of all Wilson programs (Fundations, Just Words, WRS)
      • Able to travel – up to 15% of total work time
      • Ability to participate in training for the position as needed
      • Thorough knowledge of multisensory structured language pedagogy and a “natural” with multisensory language teaching
      • Outstanding presentation skills
      • Proven ability to host effective online meetings:
        o Ability to make participants feel comfortable with technology in a virtual environment including the ability to problem solve and troubleshoot technical issues
        o Ability to establish credibility with program knowledge and technical skills
        o Ability to demonstrate genuine energy while building a rapport/establishing a community and engage with remote participants
        o Flexibility and the ability to remain calm under pressure/technical malfunctions
        o Ability to maintain remote participant’s attention through effective use of voice, tone, volume, and pitch
      • Strong understanding of Microsoft Office Applications
      • Strong oral and written communication skills
      • Intuitive knowledge of technology tools for video presentation
      • Able to coach and mentor educational professionals including the ability to provide constructive feedback
      • Able to multi-task and handle multiple and distinct assignments and projects
      • Strong scheduling and organizational skills
      • Understands a broad scope of literacy issues
      • Ability to work well and efficiently independently and as part of a team.
      • Ability to take initiative, independently follow projects through to completion, prioritize tasks, seek input and communicate progress, as appropriate.
      • Attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing tasks, able to receive constructive feedback and incorporate ideas into product outputs.

    • Education

      • Master’s degree in Education or related field
           • Concentration on Reading a plus

    • Experience

      • Wilson Reading System® Level II Certification and current Wilson® Dyslexia Therapist (W.D.T.) credential (preferred)
      • Substantial background and experience in structured literacy
      • Experience instructing, guiding, and mentoring educational professionals and presenting to adults
      • Experience working with school administrators a plus
      • Experience with product development a plus

    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

      (Click to view)

      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

      If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s human resources department. If you believe that ADP has not handled your personal information properly, you may also contact ADP’s Privacy Office at Privacy@ADP.com.

      Visit http://www.adp.com/privacy.aspx for further information

  • Fundations Literacy Specialist I

    • Location

      Home Office

    • Description

      Job Summary: As a member of Wilson’s Literacy Team, the Literacy Specialist I conducts Wilson professional learning programs throughout the country. Professional learning is provided in person at the client site or a public venue as well as via the web using distance learning technology. The Fundations Literacy Specialist I provide Fundations presentations, training, coaching, and virtual support to Wilson clients in a variety of settings including instructor-led and virtual training, telephone, and email. Travel and office hours required. This position would be based out of the employee’s own home office.

    • Job Functions

      • Based on experience and appropriate credentials, the Fundations Literacy Specialist I will provide Fundations®, professional learning events for teachers and school faculty as part of Wilson implementation plans to ensure fidelity, support instruction, and strengthen student results. Professional learning is provided in person at a client site or public venue as well as via the web using distance technology.
      • Works closely with school administrators to schedule professional learning services.
      • Provides instructor-led workshops and study group meetings following well-defined guidelines.
      • If Fundations and/or Just Words credentialed, provides in-classroom coaching and Fundations and/or Just Words certifications following well-defined guidelines and Wilson’s Coaching Framework.
      • Makes recommendations based on coaching visits, and provides reports if required. Facilitates goal setting with teachers during coaching and Facilitator certification visits.
      • If assigned, provides virtual mentoring via Wilson Virtual Mentoring platform following guidelines.
      • Maintains regular office hours each month. During this time a variety of duties will be carried out including, but not limited to:
            o consultation as needed with: former and current participants enrolled in professional learning programs, teachers, and parents
            o attending meetings via phone or web
      • Works with Wilson field consultants (Literacy Advisors) to support the implementation of Wilson programs in schools and organizations as defined in Wilson implementation plans.
      • Represents Wilson at conferences, and exhibits across the country.
      • Delivers presentations at conferences as a representative of Wilson.
      • Works closely with a Fidelity Team Mentor to continually enhance presentation and coaching skills.
      • Keeps abreast of educational trends and activities in (Prevention/ Intervention/Remedial-Dyslexic), K-12 and Adult
      • Maintains close and effective working relationships with the Literacy Specialist team, the Literacy Advisors, Implementation Teams, and the Fidelity Team.
      • Understand and display WLT’s values
      • Other duties as assigned

    • Minimum Requirements

      • Fundations® Presenter credential with 5 years or more of classroom teaching experience within the past 5 years.
      • Able to travel nationally on a weekly basis – approximately 70% of total work time
      • Willing to participate in on-boarding coaching and training requirements as needed.
      • Thorough knowledge of multisensory structured language pedagogy and a “natural” with multisensory language teaching
      • Outstanding presentation skills
      • Able to coach and mentor educational professionals
      • Able to work with both teachers and students
      • Able to provide constructive feedback
      • Able to handle multiple assignments and projects
      • Strong scheduling and organizational skills
      • Able to work individually and as a team member
      • Understands a broad scope of literacy issues

    • Education

      • Master’s degree in Education or related field
      • Concentration on Reading a plus

    • Experience

      • Fundations classroom teaching or coaching support within the past 5 years
      • Substantial background and experience in literacy
      • Experience instructing, guiding, and mentoring educational professionals and presenting to adults
      • Experience working with school administrators a plus
      • Strong presentation skills
      • Just Words classroom teaching or coaching support within the past 5 years a plus
      • Just Words Presenter credential a plus
      • WRS classroom teaching within the past 5 years a plus

    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

      (Click to view)

      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

      If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s human resources department. If you believe that ADP has not handled your personal information properly, you may also contact ADP’s Privacy Office at Privacy@ADP.com.

      Visit http://www.adp.com/privacy.aspx for further information

  • Literacy Specialist I

    • Location

      Home Office

    • Description

      As a member of Wilson’s Literacy Team, the Literacy Specialist I conducts Wilson professional learning programs throughout the country. Professional learning is provided in person at the client site or a public venue as well as via the web using distance learning technology. The Literacy Specialist I provides presentations, training, coaching, and virtual support to Wilson clients in a variety of settings including instructor-led and virtual training, telephone, and email. Travel and office hours required. This position would be based out of employee’s own home office.

      Available Schedules:
      200 Days per Academic School Year (Full-time), 140 Days or 125 Days per Academic School Year (Part-time)

    • Job Functions

      • Conducts Fundations® and Just Words® professional learning programs for teachers and school faculty as part of Wilson implementation plans to ensure fidelity, support instruction, and strengthen student results. Professional learning is provided in person at a client site or public venue as well as via the web using distance technology.
      • If a Wilson® Credentialed Trainer (W.C.T.), conducts Wilson Reading System® professional learning programs including workshops and WRS Level I Certification.
      • Works closely with school administrators to schedule professional learning services.
      • Provides instructor-led workshops and study group meetings following well-defined guidelines.
      • Provides in-classroom coaching and Fundations and Just Words certifications following well-defined guidelines and Wilson’s Coaching Framework.
      • Makes recommendations based on coaching visits, and provides reports if required. Facilitates goal setting with teachers during coaching and Facilitator certification visits.
      • If assigned, provides virtual mentoring via Wilson Virtual Mentoring platform following guidelines.
      • Maintains regular office hours each month. During this time a variety of duties will be carried out including, but not limited to:
        • consultation as needed with: former and current participants enrolled in professional learning programs, teachers, and parents
        • attending meetings via phone or web
      • Works with Wilson field consultants (Literacy Advisors) to support the implementation of Wilson programs in schools and organizations as defined in Wilson implementation plans.
      • Represents Wilson at conferences, and exhibits across the country.
        Delivers presentations at conferences as a representative of Wilson.
        Works closely with a Fidelity Team Mentor to continually enhance presentation and coaching skills.
      • Keeps abreast of educational trends and activities in (Prevention/ Intervention/Remedial-Dyslexic), K-12 and Adult
      • Maintains close and effective working relationships with the Literacy Specialist team, the Literacy Advisors, Implementation Teams, and the Fidelity Team.
      • Understand and display WLT’s values
      • Other duties as assigned
    • Minimum Requirements

      • Wilson Reading System® Level II Certification and current Wilson® Dyslexia Therapist (W.D.T.) credential, or current Fundations® Presenter credential
      • Able to travel on a weekly basis – approximately 70% of total work time
      • If not yet obtained, willing to become a Wilson® Credentialed Trainer (W.C.T) in order to conduct Wilson Reading System professional learning programs.
      • Willing to participate in on-boarding coaching and training requirements as needed.
      • Thorough knowledge of multisensory structured language pedagogy and a “natural” with multisensory language teaching
      • Outstanding presentation skills
      • Able to coach and mentor educational professionals
      • Able to work with both teachers and students
      • Able to provide constructive feedback
      • Able to handle multiple assignments and projects
      • Strong scheduling and organizational skills
      • Able to work individually and as a team member
      • Understands a broad scope of literacy issues
    • Education

      • Masters degree in Education or related field
    • Experience

      • Substantial background and experience in literacy
      • Experience instructing, guiding, and mentoring educational professionals and presenting to adults
      • Experience working with school administrators a plus
      • Fundations classroom teaching or coaching support within the past 5 years a plus
      • Just Words classroom teaching or coaching support within the past 5 years a plus
      • Just Words Presenter credential a plus
      • WRS classroom teaching within the past 5 years a plus
    • Wilson Language Training is an Equal Opportunity, Drug-Free Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace. M/W/D/V
    • ADP Online Privacy Statement

      (Click to view)

      ADP is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. We receive personal information from our clients about their current, prospective and former employees as well as employee dependents and family members, as needed to provide benefits. This notice explains our practices with regard to all of the personal information we receive from our Employer Services clients as a data processor.

      ADP will collect and process your personal information only as instructed or permitted by our client (the employer) or you. ADP will at all times maintain reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect your information.

      ADP will disclose all of your personal information to the employer and to other entities when instructed by the employer. We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and data processors as needed to provide the services that you and the employer have requested. These entities are all contractually bound to limit use of your personal information as needed to perform the services. We will also always disclose Personal Information when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

      If you are based outside of the United States, your personal information may be transferred to ADP affiliates and data processers in the United States and elsewhere in the world. ADP will always protect the privacy and security of your personal information, regardless of where it is processed. Personal information transfers from the European Economic Area and other countries with data transfer restrictions will be authorized by approved model contracts, an EU-US Safe Harbor certification, or other appropriate means.

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