Responsibilities include teaching reading, writing, vocabulary, and grammar to sixth-grade students, serving as an advisor to a small cluster of students, participating in meetings and initiatives of the ELA PLC and of the school faculty, and taking part in overnight retreats with the students. Qualifications include at least a bachelor’s degree in English or a closely related field, elementary and/or middle school teaching experience, the ability to teach a range of learning levels and styles, and an appreciation for sixth-grade students. Experience in curriculum development and revision are further qualifications for an ideal candidate. A successful candidate effectively manages classroom behavior and routines while using a wide variety of engagement and assessment techniques to meet individual learning profiles.
· Bachelor's degree in English or a closely related field, advanced degree is preferred
· Experience in curriculum development and revision
· Teach a range of learning levels and styles
· Work collaboratively with colleagues and students
· Integrate technology into classroom instruction and students' learning
· Communicate thoroughly, accurately, and concisely, both verbally and in writing
About OAK HILL SCHOOL
For over fifty years, Oak Hill School has educated children in a nurturing, Christian environment to prepare them for a lifetime of learning and service.
We understand that every child is unique. Our experienced faculty is committed to embracing the inherent qualities of each student. We are a strong, vibrant, and faithful community, where strong bonds are formed between teacher and child and between home and school. Throughout their time at OHS, our students stretch themselves academically, forge friendships that last a lifetime, and develop a healthy sense of self.
Our graduates go on to the area’s best secondary schools, where they establish themselves as leaders, creative problem solvers, and collaborative learners.