Edmund Burke School in Washington, D.C. seeks a creative, organized and energetic math teacher to serve as a member of its faculty beginning in mid-August of 2017. This full-time position may include high school and middle school courses, as well as advising in either the middle school or the high school. A progressive co-educational day school for grades 6-12, Edmund Burke School emphasizes a student-centered, constructivist approach to education. We expect teachers to run orderly but energetic classes, use innovative, developmentally-appropriate classroom activities and assignments designed to engage a diverse student population, build curriculum through collaboration with colleagues, and employ appropriate technology in the classroom. Committed to building a diverse, multicultural faculty, the school values open-mindedness, collegiality and the ability to use or include multicultural perspectives in classroom instruction. We expect teachers to foster a respectful, caring community, appreciate adolescents and enjoy their company. A lively, dedicated and cooperative school community, Burke looks for teachers who can enrich the community outside the classroom (e.g., coach a team, lead a club, etc.). Candidates should indicate a preferred salary range when applying.