The Menta Group Special Education Services Belleville, IL
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
As a Maintenance Worker with The Menta Group, you will assist the Maintenance Supervisor in ensuring the safety and functionality of all Menta properties.
Provide maintenance at 3 different school locations; Taylorville, Nokomis, and Belleville, IL (Travel is reimbursed)
- Report any unusual incidents or safety concerns to Maintenance Supervisor
- Perform preventative maintenance
- Conduct routine scheduled inspections of premises and equipment.
- Handle basic repairs and maintenance
- Respond to work order requests
- Install, repair, and replace valves and other plumbing equipment, and open clogged drains using appropriate tools.
- Repair or replace electrical wiring, ballast and fixtures.
- Construct and repair partitions and other wooden structures using saws, braces, bits, and appropriate materials and tools.
- Paint walls, floors, woodwork, and fixtures using appropriate materials and tools.
1 to 5 years of experience
- Must have valid driver's license with good driving record
- Engage in physical, manual labor
- General experience performing carpentry and drywall repairs
- Ability to lift 50 pounds
- Flexibility to schedule and work hours as needed
- Willingness to travel to school locations
Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefit Plans
- Generous Paid Time Off Benefits
- 403(b) Investment Options
Menta Academy Belleville
From the moment a student walks in the door, Menta Academy Belleville staff along with the students and their families become partners in the planning process and begin to consider what the students short and long term goals will be, always keeping in mind that integration back to the child’s home school & community are always a top priority. Menta Belleville’s personalized learning model is key to meeting the needs of a diverse population of learners also allowing for flexibility and fluidity in the learning environment. Online learning tools coupled with teacher facilitated instruction help students build upon their current strengths, thus improving student engagement. Teachers possess powerful tools to personalize instruction and utilize real-time data for feedback to intervene exactly where each student needs it most thus, optimizing learning every day throughout each day.
More About The Menta Group
The Menta Group’s mission is “To provide innovative solutions to critical problems in education and human services.” Menta brings a framework of educational practices that have been designed and are supported through evidence based practices. Menta’s collaborative process with various school and community stakeholders has resulted in programs designed to educate, support, challenge, empower and celebrate students who present with a range of academic, social and emotional needs. At the beginning of a student’s experience with Menta, a collaborative meeting is held that includes the student, significant people in their lives, Menta staff and other professionals as appropriate. During that meeting, a comprehensive assessment of the student’s past, present and future desires is used to establish a student centered plan (MAP) that serves as a foundation of the student’s Menta programming. A guiding principle of Menta is ‘we do not give up’, while also holding our students and staff to high expectations. The educational offerings at a Menta program provides students with a quality education that is designed to nurture and enhance the skills and maturity needed to meet the challenges of being productive adults and citizens in a rapidly changing 21st century world.
Menta’s programs utilize a unique curricular framework that relies on the Expanded Menta Method and Trauma Informed Practices as the foundational principles for the teaching, counseling and mentoring work done by our highly trained staff. Personalized learning is the hub of our strategic curricular design intended to meet the needs of every student. Starting with the end in mind (learning targets and academic goals), a leveraging of current technologies coupled with highly trained instructional facilitators creates a rich learning environment supporting all student needs. Menta’s learning spaces are unique and specially designed to combine traditional teacher/student interaction with state of the art technology and learning innovations. Those learning spaces are flexible and can accommodate a variety of learning activities, such as inquiry learning and project based learning. Our spaces are designed to mimic productive spaces learners would find in business and/or corporate environments, thereby helping students achieve a mind-set designed for adult learning and work.
Professional Associations and/or Partnerships
The Menta Group affiliates are members/partners with CEC, CASE, Autism Speaks, ASBA, AAPSEC, AASA, CCSSO, SEAA, ASCD, and many more associations that focus on the education of children with disabilities.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Menta Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Menta Group ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability. The District has a policy of active recruitment of qualified minority teachers and non-certified employees. Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact the district office.
Our accredited therapeutic day schools are in Illinois and Arizona and we are growing!
The Menta Group Special Education ServicesWhy Work Here?
Have the freedom and ability to be creative in education. Great life-work balance. Job growth opportunities within the organization!
The Menta Group, Special Education Services (Est. 1973) is a network of non-public and some public-private partnership therapeutic day schools, meeting the social-emotional needs of students PK-Age 22. Programming from location to location varies in special education focus and grade level. Our accredited therapeutic day schools are in Illinois and Arizona and we are growing!
6400 W. Main StreetBelleville, IL