Upper School Physical Science and Computer Science Teacher - 2018-2019 School Year
March 8, 2018
New York, New York
Full Time - Faculty
Friends Seminary seeks applications for a full time physical and computer science teacher in the Upper School. Qualified candidates will be comfortable teaching introductory level chemistry and physics, as well as electives in the Computer Science department, such as introductory computer programming or robotics. We seek and welcome applicants with significant experience in the lab setting.
Candidates should have experience working with high school aged students and a commitment to engaging and dynamic teaching. Use of creative and innovative technology such as digital lab sensors and data analysis software, is an ongoing emphasis in the Friends science program and successful candidates should have a demonstrated experience with educational technology and collaborative teaching. Faculty in the Upper School also serve as advisors to a small group of students.
Friends Seminary actively promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion in all programs and operations, including admissions, financial aid, and hiring. To form a community which strives to reflect the world’s diversity, we do not discriminate on the basis of race or color, religion, nationality, ethnicity, economic background, physical ability, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Friends Seminary is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of color and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. We urge all applicants to identify and express their individuality and the ways in which they might enrich and diversify the school community.
About Friends Seminary
Friends Seminary educates students from kindergarten through twelfth grade, under the care of the New York Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Through instruction and example, students follow their curiosity and exercise their imaginations as they develop as scholars, artists and athletes. In a community that cultivates the intellect through keen observation, critical thinking and coherent expression, we strive to respond to one another, valuing the single voice as well as the effort to reach consensus. The disciplines of silence, study and service provide the matrix for growth: silence opens us to change; study helps us to know the world; service challenges us to put our values into practice. At Friends Seminary, education occurs within the context of the Quaker belief in the Inner Light – that of God in every person. "Guided by the ideals of integrity, peace, equality and simplicity, and by our commitment to diversity, we do more than prepare students for the world that is: we help them bring about the world that ought to be."*
* This last sentence is adapted from Faith and Practice: The Book of Discipline of the New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (1974).
Adopted January 2006