University High School of Indiana seeks a dynamic educator to teach French and English as a Second Language (ESL) beginning with the 2017-18 school year. The ideal candidate will have a passion for language instruction at the high school level, a desire to collaborate with other members of the faculty and staff, and a willingness to be involved at University beyond the classroom.
Faculty members at University High School are responsible for all tasks related to instruction, including planning and implementing a curriculum that fits the school’s mission to expand the hearts and minds of its students through academic, creative, and physical achievement. Instructors also serve on school committees and support the educational system of the school as a whole. Additionally, all faculty and staff members at University High School serve as mentors to students in the school-wide mentoring program.
University High School of Indiana is an independent college preparatory school located in Carmel, IN. University High School offers an excellent salary and benefits package. Read more about the school at www.universityhighschool.org.
Applications will be reviewed beginning in early April, and the position will remain posted until filled.
Bachelor’s degree in French, French Education, or a related field required; master’s or other advanced degree preferred
Ability to teach all levels of high school French; teaching experience preferred
Advanced or near-native fluency in French
Residence abroad immersed in a French-speaking culture preferred
Ability to teach all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL)
Experience teaching ESL (either in the US or abroad) preferred
Mentoring experience preferred
Commitment to the school’s core values of diversity, excellence, personal responsibility, stewardship, creativity, and mutual respect, support, and trust
Interest in collaborating with colleagues on curriculum, assessment, and professional development
Facility with technology required
Ability to collaborate with, or teach in, other departments may also be considered
Background check and current authorization to be employed in the United States required