Episcopal School of Jacksonville’s approach to our balanced education (academics, fine arts, athletics and spiritual development) is sustained by the expectation of excellence in all areas of campus life. The school works to develop “leaders and doers of good,” as is stated in our mission statement, created by our Founders in 1966. A liberal arts curriculum prepares the college-bound student by focusing on effective communications, critical thinking, problem-solving and technical skills in a learner-centered environment. The school, situated on 84 acres on the St. Johns River, is a caring community with faculty who are outstanding in their field, all who are dedicated to helping our students develop their creative talents, discover their passions and deepen their faith and commitment to service for others.
A Spanish teacher who can teach beginning, intermediate and upper-level Spanish classes to middle and upper school students. The ability to teach French at the lower levels is an asset.
Bachelor’s or graduate degree from an accredited educational institution
Fluency in the Spanish language
Must be able to teach lower levels of French
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
A vast knowledge of both Peninsular and Latin American Spanish and culture.
Knowledge of current educational research.
Basic understanding and knowledge of current technology.
Ability to create, organize and implement lesson plans for maximum effectiveness.
Ability to assess and analyze the levels of student achievement effectively and prescribe actions for improvement.
Ability to maintain appropriate student supervision so that students have a safe and orderly learning environment.
Solid oral and written communication skills when contacting/interacting with students, parents and colleagues.
Ability to work effectively with students and colleagues.
Ability to be an effective academic advisor
Episcopal is committed to an environment that is safe, achievement-oriented and positive. Episcopal invests heavily in professional development and training for faculty and staff, ensuring best practices and innovative teaching methods are continually incorporated into our classrooms. The school's faculty displays an outstanding academic background, excellent character, and dedication to the overall well-being of the students. The school, based in the Episcopal tradition, enrolls approximately 890 total students in Middle School (grades 6-8) and Upper School (grades 9-12).
Additional Salary Information: Salary depends on years experience and education
About Episcopal School of Jacksonville
Founded in 1966, Episcopal School of Jacksonville has distinguished itself as the finest college preparatory school in North Florida. Located on 88 acres along the beautiful St. Johns River, Episcopal provides a challenging educational experience for students of all backgrounds in grades 6 through 12.
The mission of Episcopal is to provide a superior college-preparatory education in an environment marked by high expectation, Christian nurture, and social diversity. Through a balanced program of academics, arts and athletics, Episcopal’s faculty seeks to stimulate in each student intellectual growth, character development, responsible leadership, and a commitment to community service.
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