Employment

Here, current employees can find the information they need regarding Lexington policies and services provided by Human Resources. Employees can also download necessary forms. Prospective employees can learn about Lexington, the area surrounding Lexington and the benefits of working at Lexington.

We are committed to providing the highest quality services and we will strive to support our employees so they can better serve our students and our community.

We are devoted to providing effective and employee-friendly policies, procedures and guidelines in support of the School/Center’s mission of excellence.

We are here to assist you; please feel free to contact me or my staff in the Human Resources Department with questions, comments and suggestions.

Maureen Tillwitz
Director of Human Resources

Employment Opportunities

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  • Foreign Language Transition Class (FLTC) Teacher

    Full-time, 10-month position teaching linguistically and culturally diverse middle and high school students who have recently arrived in the US. Qualifications include NYS Certification and proficiency in Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL).
    Click here for job description!
    Click here to mail your resume! Be sure to include "FLTC  Teacher" in subject line.
  • Groundskeeper/Gardener

    To provide for the general care of building's grounds and athletic fields.
    Click here to see the job description
    Click here to mail your resume  Be sure to include Groundskeeper/Gardner in the description
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  • High School Math Teacher

    Position Summary: Under the supervision of the High School Supervisor, provides mathematic instruction and assessment for students enrolled at Lexington School for the Deaf.

    Qualifications:
    • New York State Certification - Deaf Education
    • Certification in Mathematics (desired)
    • Knowledge of general math, integrated geometry and integrated algebra
    • Knowledge of mathematics, Common Core Standards and New York State standards for high school level
    • Experience working with deaf adolescents preferred
    • American Sign Language (ASL) proficiency
    • Compassionate and passionate
    • Results-driven and goal-oriented
    • Excellent classroom management skills and provide positive behavior intervention with support
    • Effective interpersonal communication skills with colleagues, parents and students
    • Ability to incorporate reading and writing strategies in classroom instruction
    • Ability to incorporate hands-on and co-operative learning activities
    • Ability to use technology, Google Drive, PowerSchool and Schoology
    • Responsible for the students' IEPs and follow through every quarter
    • Bachelor's degree (Masters preferred)
    • New York State Teaching Certification 
    Responsibilities:
    • Teach the high school math curriculum
    • Write/develop IEPs, reports and implement curriculum
    Click here for job description.

    Click here to mail your resume.  (Be sure to include High School Math Teacher in the subject line.)
  • Housekeeping/Cleaners

    Assure that the Lexington facility is maintained in a clean and safe condition.
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    Click here to mail your resume  Be sure to include Housekeeping/Cleaners in your description

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  • Instructional Assistant - High School

    Work with High School Teacher to provide support for and reinforce classroom objectives for effective student learning; and help maintain a positive learning environment ensuring students’ success in school.
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    Click here to mail your resume Be sure to include 
    IA HS in the description
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  • Instructional Assistant - Preschool

    Work with Preschool Teacher to provide support for and reinforce classroom objectives for effective student learning; and help maintain a positive learning environment ensuring students’ success in school.

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    Click here to e-mail your resume. Be sure to include IA Preschool in the subject line.
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  • Locksmith/Handyman

    Installs, repairs and maintains locks, locking systems, door closures and locking devices on all types of doors and equipment and complete maintenance tasks in our building.
    Click here for job description.
    Click here to mail your resume.
      Be sure to include Locksmith/Handyman in the description.
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  • Teacher of Middle School

    • New York State Certification-Deaf Education or Special Education
      • Experience working with deaf students
      • American Sign Language (ASL) proficiency
      • Compassionate and Passionate; Results-driven and Goal oriented
    • Excellent classroom management skills. Provide positive behavior intervention with support
    • Effective interpersonal communication skills with colleagues, parents, and students
    • Ability to incorporate reading and writing strategies in classroom instruction
      • Knowledge of content areas in Common Core Standards and New York State standards for middle school level.
      • Ability to incorporate hands-on and co-operative learning activities
      • Masters degree
     Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lesson plans, IEP's and establish evaluation techniques for assessment of progress
    • Maintain accurate and timely records of student progress
      • Able to work effectively with a wide range of students and be able to use differentiated instruction
      • Ability to use technology effectively to support instruction including Google Drive, PowerSchool and Schoology
        • Planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills
        • Provide positive behavior intervention with support
          • Incorporates high standards of professional ethics: models the qualities of fairness, equity, integrity and honesty in professional dealings with others
          • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, parents and the community
            • Comply with school policies and procedures and supports the mission of the school
            • Comply with state mandated NYS Standards and modify the standards to meet the needs of all students  
          • Click here for job description.
          • Click here to mail your resume (Be sure to include Middle School Teacher in the descrption
  • Teacher of Visually Impaired

    Provide vision services to profoundly deaf students, ages 3-21.

    Click here for the job description.


    Click here to apply for the position.  Be sure to include "Vision Teacher" in the subject line.
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  • Substitute - Classroom

    This substitute position assists classroom teachers in carrying out group and individual instruction of deaf students.

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    Click here to apply for the position.   Be sure to include "Classroom Sub" in the subject line.
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  • Substitute - Residential Counselor

    Supervise high school students after school to include homework assistance, meal preparation and recreational activities. This is a substitute position to fill in during the absence of a regular Residential Counselor.

    Click here for the job description.
    Click here to apply.    Be sure to include "Sub Residential Counselor" in the subject line.


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Frequently Asked Questions

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. Where do I find Job Opportunities at Lexington?

    Check on the Employment opportunities page for current job listings.
  • Q. Can I walk in and get an interview?

    We ask anyone who is interested in a job to send an email to JobOpportunities@LexNYC.org for more information to get an appointment. No walk in interviews will be accepted.
  • Q. Am I required to have a background check?

    Yes, anyone applying for a position at Lexington Center and School for the Deaf must pass a background due to the nature of our work.

Application Process

If you are interested in any position posted please send your resume to Jobopportunities@lexnyc.org.

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Contact Us

Human Resources Department

jobopportunities@lexnyc.org
718-350-3300