Careers at Echo Horizon
At Echo Horizon, our motto Joyful Engaged Learning applies to the whole community. Our faculty and staff share their expertise, collaborate, and participate in ongoing professional development. Teachers and staff embody our mission to educate students with the best traditional practices and research-based innovation. We do this in a safe, inclusive environment in which students feel free to explore, question, and imagine.
Our commitment to inclusion and diversity is rooted in the Echo Center, which is our program for educating students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH). Fifteen percent of our students are DHH. They learn alongside their hearing peers, who make up eighty-five percent of the school. Our DHH students use hearing technology and are supported by the Echo Center program. Within our classrooms, we have a collaborative teaching model with general education teachers and DHH teachers working together.
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Benefits of working at Echo Horizon
Echo Horizon believes in investing in our faculty and staff. Employees may attend ongoing professional development programs or conferences annually.
Echo Horizon pays 100% of the following for employees: Medical (HMO), Dental, Vision, Life and AD&D insurance. Additional available benefits include: Additional voluntary life and AD&D insurance, voluntary long-term and short-term disability insurance, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), voluntary cancer insurance, 403(b) retirement plan.
Commitment to Diversity
Echo Horizon makes a commitment to ensure all forms of diversity throughout both the faculty/staff and student population. We strive to represent the diverse community of Los Angeles.