All Saints’ Episcopal Day School, in Central Phoenix, is seeking a Lower School teacher beginning in the fall of 2018. The candidate for this full-time position will join an exceptional and talented faculty and will work with students who are bright, motivated, and engaging.
A qualified candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education (advanced study and/or Master’s degree is preferred) and at least two years of elementary classroom teaching experience. Creativity, passion for learning, and a positive attitude are desired as well as the ability to maintain a structured learning environment within a student-centered classroom. Because the specific grade-level opening has not yet been determined, the ideal candidate should have experience at multiple grade levels and demonstrate flexibility in regards to the final grade placement. Additionally, he or she should have strong technology skills to integrate technology into the curriculum. The candidate will be expected to participate in committees as encouraged by the administration, provide after-school tutorials to students on a regular basis, be available to students and parents before and after school, and may be assigned other duties by the Head of School.
Additional Salary Information: Salary negotiable, with years of experience and educational level considerations. Credit for full-time teaching experience is one-year credit for one-year teaching, etc.
About All Saints' Episcopal Day School
All Saints' Episcopal Day School in Phoenix, Arizona, is a parish-affiliated pre-k through eighth grade coeducational institution enrolling approximately 514 students.
Situated 10 minutes from downtown in the north-central area of Phoenix, the campus is in an attractive residential area along beautiful tree-shaded streets. The 16-acre campus is shared with All Saints’ Episcopal Church.
All Saints' Episcopal Day School has nurtured the hearts and minds of students since 1963. As an outreach ministry of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, the School expects and promotes the individual’s active commitment to integrity, learning, and academic excellence. The challenging curriculum and close-knit, caring community reflect the traditional Anglican appreciation of cultural, racial, socioeconomic and religious diversity. All children, regardless of their denomination, attend student-led chapel sessions twice a week and take part in religion classes. All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is open and inclusive of all religious traditions and embraces diversity as a value to be sought, including in its employment practices.
All Saints’ is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of ...the Southwest and the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools and holds membership in the National Association of Independent Schools, the Arizona Association of Independent Schools, and the National Association of Episcopal Schools.
All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.