Christ School announces a search for a physics teacher to begin duties in August 2018.
Christ School (Asheville, NC), an independent boarding and day school serving boys in grades 8 through 12, is seeking a dynamic team player to serve as an upper school math teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The ideal candidate will appreciate the School’s Episcopal tradition and embrace single-gender education.
Faculty members in the science department value collegiality, and interested candidates must work well as part of a team. Christ School seeks enthusiastic educators who are eager to engage in all aspects of independent school life. The teaching faculty at Christ School are deeply devoted to the mission of the school.
Teaching positions are ten-month, academic year appointments.
About the School
Christ School’s success over the last 117 years is due to its unwavering commitment to a noble mission: to produce educated men of good character, prepared for scholastic achievement and productive citizenship. The school fulfills its mission by offering its students relevant academic
programming, athletic participation, work contribution to the Christ School enterprise, and spiritual formation in the Episcopal tradition.
Faculty and staff typically refer to students as “our boys.” Students’ successes, as well as their struggles, are embraced collectively. Teachers and administrators who thrive at Christ School do so because they care. They work hard, rewarded not so much by recognition as by knowing their impact on young lives. Embracing providing an environment in which students are challenged and encouraged, teachers see their students thrive in this close-knit community committed to excellence.
Interested applicants can email their cover letter and resume to Brooke Depelteau, Academic Dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 500 Christ School Road, Arden, NC 28704.
No calls please.
Christ School is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, handicap, veteran’s status, or any other legally protected status.
An undergraduate degree in physics (or a related field) is required
Two or more years teaching upper school physics, preferably with experience in AP offerings
Candidate must be interested in working and living with adolescents
Flexibility and a sense of humor
The following components are required parts of teaching positions:
Classroom teaching: four sections totaling around 50-60 students
Providing formal assessments with grades and comments four times per year
Weekly comments for students in the Learning Resources program
Attending faculty meetings
Replying to communication from students, parents, and colleagues within 24 hours
Being involved in dormitory or other evening coverage
Serving as an advisor to approximately four to seven students
Coaching two seasons or covering an approved equivalent activity