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Careers - Human Resources

"Over the past two years I have been involved with Shelton while doing some training. During this time, I became familiar with the school, the programs offered, and several staff members. Every experience I had at Shelton has resounded of quality. Shelton is a school that has a commitment to excellence, passion for children, and provides cutting-edge learning opportunities for children and adults. I want to be a part of the forward motion of Shelton."

~ from a job application of a recent new employee for 2010-2011

Thank you for your interest in Shelton. Throughout the year we have job opportunities for teaching, administrative and staff positions. They will be posted on the Career Opportunities page as they become available. Shelton is a great place to work, with competitive benefits, the best simply working at Shelton!

Over 150 teachers comprise the heart of Shelton's instructional community, contributing to the nurturing atmosphere at school. Some 54% have advanced degrees. They have an average of 14.2 years' teaching experience. While other staff members' jobs are outside the classroom, they are never far removed from interaction with students. Aides, therapists, diagnosticians and administrators alike are in place to support teachers as they deliver the finest educational programming possible.

Shelton is more than a school.  We have other opportunities in our

  • Speech, Language, and  Hearing Clinic
  • Evaluation Center
  • Training Center

Together, some 250 employees collaborate to make Shelton a national resource center in the field of learning differences. When we add to the team, we seek people who set a high standard of professional and personal excellence.

Shelton School affirms equal employment opportunity and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability of an otherwise qualified individual, sexual orientation, membership or application for membership in a uniformed service, protected activity as defined by applicable law, or other category or characteristic protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance.

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