Greenhills School, a 6-12 coeducational independent school, seeks a dynamic middleschoolmathteacher for the remainder of the 2017-2018 academic year. The start date for this position will be January 8, 2018, which is the first day of the second semester.
Our math department welcomes applicants committed to providing students with a problem-based curriculum that utilizes innovative materials, appropriate technology, and creative pedagogy to provide a thorough, rigorous, and standards-based program to our students.
The successful candidate will have a degree in mathematics or mathematics education, experience teaching math in a college prep-environment, and a desire to collaborate with department members who view teaching math as a cooperative and stimulating enterprise. In addition, this candidate will display a passion for working with middleschool students. Candidates who have experience with computer programming, with Geometer’s Sketchpad or similar dynamic drawing software, and with statistics and statistical software are especially encouraged to apply.
Other contractual duties will include those expected of independent school teachers. These duties will be composed of some of the following responsibilities: advising, coaching, co-curricular work, team meetings, chaperoning, committee work, and the general supervision of students. Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching in 6-12 settings. Undergraduate and/or graduate work in the subject field is required. Teachers with the appropriate educational background and two or more years of teaching experience are encouraged to apply.
Candidates should email a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and a completed Greenhills application form to Jonathan Schwartz, Head of MiddleSchool, Greenhills School, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone inquiries please. Position open until filled.
Greenhills School is a student-centered community that helps young people realize their full intellectual, ethical, artistic and athletic potential in preparation for college — and beyond — as curious, creative, and responsible citizens who respect all individuals and their differences, and whose meaningful and balanced lives will better the world.