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About Us

Toledo School for the Arts [TSA] is a tuition-free public “ community” or charter school focused on providing a college preparatory academic curriculum and an intense visual and performing arts environment. TSA was founded in 1999 and is open to all Ohio students in grades 6-12 who seek an educational community of peers who are serious about their artistic endeavors. TSA has received numerous local and national recognition for both academic and artistic achievement. We welcome qualified applicants for all of our open positions. Job openings are posted below.

Positions for Immediate Hire

For all positions below, please email cover letter, resume, copy of license (If needed), and references to:

School Guidance Counselor

Primary Function:

The Guidance Counselor provides counseling services to assist Toledo School for the Arts’ students in their personal lives as well as academic and career goals.


Major Responsibilities:

  • Promotes TSA’s mission, philosophy, and vision.
  • Provides counseling for personal and academic issues.
  • Provides career education planning and advising for all TSA students.
  • Registers and schedules students to meet Four-Year Plans and Graduation Requirements.
  • Prepares and presents guidance curriculum for career and college planning.
  • Provides student and parent info sessions regarding academic, career, and post-secondary topics.
  • Assists in the coordination of mandated and voluntary testing for students.
  • Creates programs specific to academic, personnel, and post-secondary issues.
  • Coordinates and facilitates student, parent, teacher, and/or administrative conferences.
  • General oversight of services, budget, and spending requests for guidance-related activities.
  • Responsible for the preparation of both the Honors & Awards and Graduation Ceremony.
  • Escalates issues to the Principal as needed.
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Computer Technician (Part-Time)

Primary Function:

This position assists staff with technical support of desktop computers, software applications, and other related technology.


Major Responsibilities:

The following are typical work responsibilities.  Essential job duties are marked with an asterisk.

  • Assist staff with the installation, configuration, and ongoing usability of desktop computers, peripheral equipment and software within established standards and guidelines.*  Comprehend and apply technical information, and present to in a non-technical manner.  Deal effectively and tactfully with end users.
  • Monitor Helpdesk system with a 1-3 day close rate*
  • Assist with user management (resetting passwords, Adding/Deleting users)*
  • Trains staff on new and existing software programs *  Create and maintain training materials.  Provide leadership in the provision of technology in-service and self-directed learning programs.
  • Ensure hardware and software compatibility.  Receive, inspect, and tests equipment/software.*
  • Oversee the inventory, maintenance and routine cleaning of equipment.*  Monitor printers, copiers, and fax machines to ensure the equipment is in working order.*  Keep work areas orderly.
  • Updates, builds and maintains websites/webpages as needed.*
  • Escalates issues to the Technology Director as needed.
  • Works with teachers to explore adaptations that enhance classroom activities.
  • Run network/phone/video wire as needed.
  • Maintains open and effective communications.  Promotes TSA’s mission, philosophy, and vision.  Serves as an information resource.  Keeps stakeholders informed about emerging issues.
  • Performs other specific job-related duties as directed.

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HS Intervention Specialist

Major Responsibilities:

  • Promotes TSA’s mission, philosophy, and vision.
  • Coordinates team participation and assists in formulating assigned grade level Individual Education Plans (IEP) as defined by the Evaluation Team Report (ETR).
  • Facilitates and oversees compliant student service delivery as defined by the each student’s ETR and IEP.
  • Works cooperatively with general classroom teachers including interpreting the abilities and disabilities of each student receiving services through an IEP.
  • Works cooperatively with the development of effective classroom intervention strategies and assisting with modifying general education curriculum as necessary.
  • Assists students with general education content mastery during pre-teaching, re-teaching, and reinforcement opportunities within the resource room environment as necessary.

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Substitute Teachers

Application Deadline:  Accepting applications year round
Application Requirements:

  • Must have teaching capabilities in all areas and able to follow oral and written directions.
  • Have the ability to establish effective working relationships with staff and students.
  • Ability to maintain effective classroom management strategies.
  • Candidate must hold a valid Ohio Substitute Teaching license.


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Toledo School for the Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator. The Toledo School for the Arts ensures equal employment and education opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, sex or sexual orientation, gender or gender expression, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact Taylor Fowler, Human Resources and Diversity Manager, at (419) 246-8732 or

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