New Full-time Job Alert: Digitability Program Implementation Specialist
This is an opportunity to facilitate Digitability at schools in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties. Includes training and certification!
Digitability is an award-winning edtech program that is preparing students for our tech-driven and highly social workplace. For the last six years, the Digitability model has been recognized as an innovative solution, and has been featured on MSNBC, CNET, NPR, TechCrunch and showcased at Silicon Valley's Social Innovation Summit.
Digitability Program Implementation Specialist
Job Overview: As a Digitability Program Implementation Specialist you will be trained and certified to facilitate Digitability’s pre-written and scripted lessons that focus on work-ready skill training for students with diverse learning needs who are in special education classroom.
Start Date: Immediately interviewing and hiring for this position.
Job type: Full-time contractor with Digitability.
Compensation: Competitive and based on your experience and availability.
Location: Implementation Specialists facilitate Digitability at schools in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, and Delaware counties. Digitability’s office is located in Northern Liberties.
Digitability prepares students with a digital literacy skills portfolio and the social/emotional capacity to get a job in our tech-driven workforce and gain their independence.
For the last six years, the Digitability model has been recognized as an innovative solution, and has been featured on MSNBC, CNET, NPR, TechCrunch and showcased at Silicon Valley's Social Innovation Summit.
About the Digitability Program Implementation Specialist Role
For this full-time role, Digitability is seeking highly motivated individuals who have experience working in education, behavioral, and therapeutic fields.
Although you may not have experience implementing curriculum and technology as unique as Digitability in the classroom, you will receiving all the training and support you need to be successful.
Program Implementation Specialists can expect to travel to assigned schools in and around Philadelphia a few days a week for 6 hours each day. Digitability is immediately interviewing and hiring for this role. You can apply here.
- Reliability and Dependability
- Superior Organization Skills
- Interpersonal Communication Proficiency
- Customer/Client Focus
- Demonstrated Leadership
- Excellent Presentation Skills
- Problem Solving/Analysis
- Outcome/Results Driven
- Strategic Thinking
Questions about the role or applying?
If you’re interested in becoming a Digitability Program Implementation Specialist but have questions, please send an email to: email@example.com.
Program Implementation Specialists will also earn:
You will receive the following professional development as a member of Digitability
Meet Your Program Supervisor, Catherine R. Chase, M.A., LDTC
Catherine Chase, M.A., L.D.T.C., is a Psycho-Educational Diagnostician & Learning Specialist and owner of Chase Psycho-Educational Services. Catherine is the first educator to receive a Fellowship in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, where she completed fellowship work at Children's Hospital of Boston. After earning her Master's of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from The Catholic University of America, Catherine received diagnostic training from Tufts University. While attending The Harvard School of Education, Catherine developed an expertise in executive function and strategy intervention. With more than 30 years in the field of education, her subject matter expertise includes, psycho-educational assessment and diagnostics, executive functions, curriculum development and instruction, technology integration, strategy intervention, reading specialist, teacher trainer, Child Study Team consultant, strategic teaching, advocacy, and play therapy.
"As we lead our students into a technology-driven future, Digitability moves students closer to their career and life goals. Digitability not only teaches digital skills, but it also incorporates a positive classroom management behavior system based on financial literacy. Students learn about money, budgets and purchases. It teaches language and concepts found in the workplace setting."
- Jane Cordero
Secondary Special Education Coordinator at Hill Freedman World Academy