If you are an educator looking for a school environment where you will love your job again, participate in regular, high-quality professional development, and be in a school where there is a delight in learning, join us at The Oaks Academy!

The Lower School Interventionist collaborates with the Head of School, Director of RTI/Special Services, and lead teachers at their campus to support student learning in Kindergarten to 5th grade. They are responsible for identifying literacy and math needs, setting learning goals and targets, and coordinating with teachers to develop individual plans for continuous academic growth of students.

The Oaks Academy is a Christ-centered and diverse school that offers a unique learning experience for students from all over central Indiana. Students at The Oaks thrive as they learn, grow, and engage deeply with ideas. The stable, time-tested curriculum allows teachers to focus on relationships with their students and their parents, providing a holistic, authentic learning experience year after year.



  • Assist teachers with data collection and analysis of data, supports the communication of findings with academic leadership
  • Teach targeted literacy and math interventions to individual and small groups of students using research-based strategies and provided instructional resources
  • Attend scheduled professional development to enhance knowledge of pedagogy and content, especially literacy and math
  • Maintain and submit accurate and up-to-date records of all students’ progress
  • Ensure that students thrive as they develop strong relationships with God, others, ideas, and the world
  • Know and love each student and family to promote their continued growth and development


  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunities for both internal (monthly) and external professional development
  • Tuition discount (for your enrolled children)
  • Before and aftercare, clubs, and sports discounts for your children
  • PTO and Benefits (medical, with HSA, dental, vision) for full-time position
  • Highly collaborative environment with partner teachers
  • An environment where relationships come first
  • Supportive Administration


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Valid Indiana License for assigned student grade levels
  • Three or more years of teaching reading and math with a proven track record of facilitating significant student gains
  • Orton-Gillingham certified (The Oaks is willing to provide this training.)
  • A devout Christian who is a member of, associated with, or seeking to be associated with, a Christ-centered community of faith or a church