Employment Opportunities

It is the mission of The Learning Clinic Country Day School and the Rolling Ridge Residential Program to provide a complete range of services in education and treatment for students and their families. Our aim is to assist students in meeting their academic goals and preparing for future experiences in educational, vocational, and community settings. Our programs prepare students to live and work as full participants within their communities. Most important, we aim to help students maintain and improve their relationships with their families, with parents and siblings, and their social interactions and relationships within the larger community with dignity, independence and purpose.


Please, no phone calls to apply for these positions.
EOE. Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Competitive salary and benefits.
Must be able to pass background checks and a comprehensive drug test.
Must be able to obtain a public service endorsement or equivalent for student transport.

For all positions, fill out our CONTACT US form at https://tlcrollingridge.org/about-us/contact-us/ where you can upload your cover letter and resume by selecting the “Looking for employment” option under “Please let us know who you are”

Updated APRIL 23, 2024


  • Qualifications:
  • CT Board of Education Special Education certification.
  • Public Service License.
  • Responsibilities:
  • Develop and implement objectives and related measurable activities for each student classroom assigned for the academic year.
  • Provide the management of each student program as necessary to implement services that ensure the appropriate teacher implementation required by the IEP.
  • Complete student assessments on a quarterly basis that are based on IEP objectives.
  • Participate in team meetings, both with TLC team and with outside agencies to monitor and assess student outcomes from academic and treatment strategies prescribed by the IEP.
  • Follow all policies and procedures of TLC, Inc.
  • Maintain high moral and ethical behavior at all times.
  • Maintain appropriate TLC behavior management procedures.
  • Provide supervision of assigned students at all times.
  • Maintain records and data as required for each student assigned.
  • Participate in staff development workshops as required.
  • Provide transportation, with the appropriate Public Service License.
  • Participate in field trips as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Schedule:
  • Expected to work a 210 day school year and a work week of Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM.



  • Qualifications:
  • Master’s Degree.
  • Required professional certification and/or licensure in the State of Connecticut.
  • Responsibilities:
  • Implement TLC-Rolling Ridge Policies and Procedures related to the clinical needs of the student, families, faculty and staff.
  • Schedule and conduct therapeutic sessions for assigned student caseload.
  • Implement clinical services as described in the IEP of all assigned students.
  • Complete all paperwork, including timely quarterly reports, for all assigned students.
  • Consult with TLC faculty/staff and appropriate outside agencies regarding clinical needs of student.
  • Coordinate all activities necessary for the implementation of treatment plans for student.
  • Conduct psychological assessments.
  • Participate in ongoing evaluation of student treatment needs.
  • Attend all meetings regarding treatment services for assigned students.
  • Comply with DCF Quality Assurance reporting requirements.
  • Schedule:
  • The Clinician Or School Psychologist position is a twelve-month position.