POSITION PURPOSE: To educate their students in accordance with the school’s established curriculum and to create and maintain a classroom environment that is orderly and respectful.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. Early childhood and elementary teachers shall have a degree in primary education or elementary education or related appropriate field. Secondary teachers should have a minimum of 24 credit hours from an accredited college or university in their major teaching field.
REPORTS TO: Head of the Upper School, with responsibilities to Junior High Team Leaders and Department Chairs
POSITION STATUS: Exempt, 10-month
EXPECTATION: Serve as a positive role model who supports the mission, vision and core values of the school.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work with all major departments and divisions to achieve strategic initiatives.
Maintain professionalism in dress, speech and manner.
Communicate and deal effectively with all members of the school community and community at large.
Perform in a manner that reflects positively on the school.
As a member of the HTEA team, perform all duties as requested by the Headmaster.
Plan and implement instructional programs and activities that further the goals of the school.
Insure that the classroom atmosphere fosters the development of specific academic skills and knowledge, as well as, moral and emotional development and respect and consideration for others.
Adapt methods to accommodate learning styles.
Plan for both long-term and short-term instructional goals in accordance with the scope and sequence of the adopted curriculum.
Present a clear description of the learning task and its content by instructing students, monitoring student understanding, and re-teaching when necessary.
Assess and record student progress through the interpretation of student work, test data and the monitoring of classroom performance.
Complete grading, comments, posting of assignments and grades, and parent communications in a timely fashion.
Communicate effectively to parents, students, and colleagues.
Complete at least one email to parents prior to Thanksgiving and one prior to Spring Break for each student.
Create and maintain a classroom environment conducive to learning.
Attend all regularly scheduled faculty meetings, assemblies, and chapel and Eucharist services.
Attend and participate in pre and post planning days, Back to School night, Professional Development days, Parent Conference days, Open House, and Graduation.
Commit to improving his/her educational skills and knowledge.
Share the responsibility regarding supervising students and maintaining appropriate student department outside of his/her classroom and willingly accept supervisory assignment for the corporate good.
Support extra-curricular student life by sponsoring student clubs, chaperoning student activities such as game nights, Junior High dances, Homecoming, Prom and Grad Bash, as well as attending student activities, such as sporting events and fine arts performances.
Assist in risk management.
Perform duties and follows policies outlined in the Family Handbook and in the Staff Policy and Procedure manual.
Maintain a dependable attendance record.
Perform other duties as requested by supervisors.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to lift 25-30 lbs, walk, squat/ kneel, sit on floor, see, hear, and speak with children to ensure children’s health and safety. This position may require exposure to sun and heat.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy (PK3 – 12) located in Melbourne, Florida seeks candidates for the position of President. Holy Trinity is a private college preparatory school, founded and sustained in the Episcopal tradition, serving approximately 850 students. Holy Trinity is centered in its mission of offering an academically challenging curriculum in an environment that reflects the joy and peace... of Christian values. The school welcomes motivated students of average and above average ability who come from any religious, racial, social, or ethnic group. At Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, each student and family is encouraged by competent faculty and staff to participate fully in the spiritual, athletic, artistic, and social life of the academic community. As students grow to appreciate their value to themselves and to the school community, they leave Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy with valuable tools for effective learning and living.
The Board of Trustees, students, faculty, staff, and families of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy share the vision of an academic community based on the love of God, self-respect, respect for one’s neighbors, and respect for God’s creation, thus fostering honorable and ethical decision-making throughout the entire community. The Holy Trinity community affirms this commitment by demonstrating a strong work ethic, embracing others’ uniqueness, encouraging a spirit of cooperation and promoting a sense of fair play.
The successful candidate will possess:
• A demonstrated ability to cultivate community and embrace and uphold the School’s culture.
• Leadership skills at the non-profit and/or independent school level.
• Exceptional problem solving skills with a Strategic Plan based management approach.
• Excellent communication skills in both the written and spoken word, with and eagerness to build and maintain vital community relationships for the school.
• A high level of emotional intelligence.
To learn more about Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy please visit our website at www.htacademy.org