We are seeking a full-time innovator able to teach classes in English and/or Social Studies to Middle and High School students. Compassion, drive, grit, a belief in social and environmental justice, experience or interest in experiential education. These are the sorts of traits we hope to find in the next person to join our faculty.
Salary is commensurate with education and experience; our competitive benefits package include health, life, and disability insurance, optional dental insurance, a retirement plan, technology reimbursement, tuition remission and the lifestyle, beauty, and culture that is Northwest Vermont.
3-5 years teaching experience required, some preferably in independent schools.
A bachelors degree in the content area required, masters or higher is preferred.
About Vermont Commons School
Founded in Burlington, Vermont in 1997, Vermont Commons School is a coeducational community for grades 6-12 with an average class size of 12 students and a total enrollment in 2017-18 of 115 students. Over 90% of our faculty members hold advanced degrees, and 100% of our students matriculate into colleges and universities that are both carefully selected matches for each student and nationally competitive. We believe that a pedagogy based on hands-on, field-based, experiential education leads to academic, intellectual, and creative success--present and future--and inspires our students to be citizens who, through their real world experience now, will shape the future positively.
Vermont Commons School is a member the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Vermont Commons School is a member of and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and holds "Approved School" status from the State of Vermont Agency of Education.
Vermont Commons School.
For more information, please visit www.vermontcommons.org.