The Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication (ISAAC) is an independent, non-profit charter school with 276 students serving students from over 10 Connecticut towns.
At ISAAC, we inspire our students through the arts, communication, and exploration in a collaborative, multicultural community to be courageous citizens who are difference makers.
ISAAC accepts applications for employment online for all professional, certified, non-certified and support staff positions. Please access the online application system via this ISAAC strictly adheres to an ONLINE APPLICATION process. If you are interested in applying for a vacancy, you must complete the online application (link above). Please do not mail, email or deliver hard copies of application materials to the school. If your qualifications meet our needs, we will contact you for further information.
Information relative to special accommodation, grievance procedure, and the designated responsible official for compliance with Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 may be obtained by contacting the ISAAC at 860-447-1003.
Submit an application. To submit an application go to the ISAAC ONLINE APPLICATION. This is where you can find current vacancies and you will be able to apply for those positions that meet your knowledge, abilities, skills and other credentials in which you qualify.
Applications are reviewed. The review of incoming applicants will be reviewed by the HR team and referred to hiring managers and a selected personnel interview committee. The personnel committee is comprised of the Executive Director and/or his/her designees, hiring manager(s), at least 1 ISAAC Board member, and an HR representative and other stakeholders who may interact directly with the position in which we are hiring.
Interviews are scheduled and conducted. The selected personnel committee will conduct interviews with approved interview questions. Typically questions are proposed by the personnel committee which will be coordinated by the HR leader. Teacher candidates will prepare a lesson plan and participate in a writing prompt. Leadership candidates will prepare a relative presentation and a relative writing prompt to be presented to the personnel committee.
Personnel committee recommends a candidate. Typically the personnel committee will participate in two rounds of interviews. The first round of interviews will include questions. The second interview will be the final candidates (typically 2 - 3 finalist) and these candidates will receive new questions and be expected to present in the area of their expertise depending on the position. Candidates recommended for hire will be required to meet with an HR team member for background screening and reference check follow-up. Then the offer is sent to the candidate.
Offer is accepted by candidate. Other applicants for the position will be notified via email when a position has been filled. The ISAAC HR Team will follow-up with next steps for new hires. New hires will typically begin work on an agreed Monday and after some of the required background screenings are completed.
Offers are contingent successful completion of a background check which includes, sexual offender check, fingerprints, DCF checks, reference checks and educational employment verification completion.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER OR A VOLUNTEER AT ISAAC?
ISAAC works in partnership with Kelly Educational Services for all substitute teacher positions. To be considered as a substitute teacher, contact Kelly Educational Services at 860-439-0881. Kelly Educational Services is located at 5 Shaw's Cove Suite 102, New London, CT 06320