At Midwest Academy, we offer a progressive education to students with learning differences. In order to do this, we need an amazing staff to help support our students through their middle school and high school education. If you would like to join our team, please send your resume to the Business Office at

Available Career Opportunities

Spanish Teacher

Midwest Academy is seeking qualified applicants for a Spanish Teacher position. The Spanish teacher will be responsible for teaching all aspects of High School level Spanish I & II in a progressive environment designed for children with learning differences. This position has the potential to be either full-time or part-time and compensation is commensurate with experience. Strong communication skills, attention to detail, and a child-centered mentality are essential to this position. Midwest Academy is dedicated to keeping both staff and students safe during the pandemic and has taken all recommended precautions with personal protective equipment, cleaning, and social distancing.

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Substitute Teacher

Midwest Academy is seeking qualified applicants for a substitute teaching position. The applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience working with students, excellent communication skills and a collaborative mindset. Experience working with students with learning differences is preferred. This position would require teaching varying classes on an as needed basis and the ability to implement curriculum in accordance with the philosophy and standards of the school. Please send a letter of interest and resume to the Business Office at
Behavior Intervention Specialist

Midwest Academy is currently seeking candidates to fill the role of a Behavior Intervention Specialist. The behavior intervention specialist will collaborate with the counseling team to support the needs of all students. Our students are intelligent young people who have found it difficult to thrive in a traditional schooling environment. Many of our students struggle with learning challenges stemming from or resulting in processing differences. The behavior intervention specialist will support students through de-escalation strategies, processing strong emotions, and aid in the development of tools that will help them be proactive.

QUALIFICATIONS: Some post secondary education preferably a bachelor’s degree in behavior management, counseling, psychology, teaching, social work or similar field with experience working with students with a variety of learning style differences such as ASD, ADD/ADHD, ODD, receptive and expressive language disorders, anxiety, etc. Strong communication skills and the ability to be flexible and attend to a variety of needs.

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