Maumee Valley is the preeminent college preparatory school in Northwest Ohio. Founded in 1884, the school enables students to become enlightened, compassionate and contributing citizens of our global community, while preparing graduates for their best opportunities in higher education. It is the only secular, PS-12 independent school in northwest Ohio and boasts an accomplished and diverse student body, rigorous academic program, and impressive college profile. Traditionally, 100% of Maumee Valley graduates matriculate to four-year colleges upon graduation. A Maumee Valley education is Personal, Experiential, and Global.
Employment at Maumee Valley is more than a job. It is an opportunity to join a community of learners who seek challenge, commitment, and strong relationships. As an independent college preparatory school focused on offering a wide-range of experiences for students, our administrators, faculty, and staff fully engage in the life of the school.
A Maumee Valley teacher is a guide who orchestrates learning for students in ways that are engaging, challenging and relevant. The successful candidate is a resourceful and innovative teacher who utilizes a range of pedagogical techniques in order to reach all learners. All learners will feel safe, respected and confident in the environment created by this candidate. We ask all of our teachers to do the following:
Embrace exceptional teaching
Cultivate an environment of continuous growth
Place students at heart of their practice
Nurture community through actions and attitudes
Value diverse perspectives and experiences
Exemplify personal and professional integrity
Key Responsibilities and Duties:
Teach full load of high school level English and Social Studies classes
Manage a student load of between 60 and 80 students
Nurture and support an advisee group of between 8 and 12 students
Participate in the life of the school by attending athletic, arts, fundraising, and other school events
Chaperone school functions, such as dances and school trips as needed
Participate on committees and task forces as needed
Sponsor student clubs and activities as needed
Maintain open lines of communication with students, parents, and colleagues
Skills and Competencies:
Sense of humor and demonstrated success working with teenagers
Experience teaching a range of high school classes from 9th grade to Advanced Placement courses
Flexible and adaptable - able to teach courses, such as Advanced Placement, standard and elective Social Studies and English courses
Facility with experiential education
Ability to differentiate instruction
Ability to design units and lessons with a backward design framework, such as Understanding by Design
Ability to collaborate within and between departments to both advance the departments’ goals and to build interdisciplinary learning opportunities
Capacity to maximize advantages of educational technology
At least 3 years experience in teaching high school Social Studies, English, or Humanities classes
Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field required; Master’s Degree, relevant coursework, or relevant professional experience preferred
All Maumee Valley employees and volunteers must agree to a comprehensive background check.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please email your documents in PDF format to email@example.com. Documents needed:MVCDS Application, cover letter, resume, and three written professional letters of reference, and a copy of college transcripts.
Please use the title of the position in the subject line of your email
Employment at Maumee Valley is more than a job. It is an opportunity to join a community of learners who seek challenge, commitment, and strong relationships. Because we are an independent college preparatory school, much is required of our administrators, faculty and staff.
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