The Elementary Art Teacher at St. Peter’s School is responsible for implementing an innovative art curriculum, providing learning experiences in visual art, and supervising students in a positive, creative climate that develops the talents of each student in the field of art. Reviewing the scope and sequence of the Arts Program, working in conjunction with the other Arts Faculty to create interdisciplinary units, and sharing resources and developing unique and distinctive artistic opportunities for the St. Peter’s students are all priorities of this position.
While the primary responsibilities for this role will be teaching pre-kindergarten through grade 3 art classes, there are opportunities to be involved with art throughout the school. Working with our faculty to bring art into the classroom, developing partnerships for art education and showcasing the creative ability of all the students, will also be pursued.
St. Peter’s is a Pre-School through Eighth Grade coeducational, non-sectarian independent school of 195 students. We are located in Historic Philadelphia and partner with local artists, innovators, and researchers to enhance our students’ experience.
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Bachelor’s degree in art education or related field and a minimum of 3+ years experience teaching art
Master’s degree is preferable
Knowledge of and practice in current art education and innovative approaches to teaching art
Ability to work as a member of a team
Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to interact with students of all ages, parents, and co-workers
Additional Salary Information: Salary to be determined based on experience and education.
St. Peter’s School is a Pre-School through 8th grade independent school in historic Philadelphia. It serves families from all parts of Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey and Delaware. The school is distinguished by its small size and its commitment to civility, kindness, and excellence. St. Peter’s (est. 1834) offers an innovative approach to curriculum including Humanities, STEAM, literature and ...the Arts, as well as French, Social Emotional Learning, and PE/sports. Extended day programs are available.