St. Andrew's Episcopal School, a co-educational independent day school in Uptown New Orleans and the oldest Episcopal school in the city, seeks a Middle School Science Teacher and Science Chair for academic year 2018-2019. Instruction in Science, co-ordination and development of curriculum for Lower and Middle Schools, other duties such as academic advising. Interdisciplinary work with other departments encouraged, STEM experience valuable. Interest in extra-curricular work such as athletics, arts, student travel and service learning highly desirable. Further information at www.saesnola.org.
This is a full-time position with benefits including medical insurance and partial tuition remission for faculty children. Teaching experience and post-Bachelor's training preferred, Bachelor's degree and background check required. Send resume and cover letter detailing interest and background in reply. No phone calls, please.
St. Andrew's mission is to create a warm, supportive community of teachers and learners founded on the values of faith, intellectual challenge, diversity, respect and social responsibility. Love of working with children, collegiality and a mindset for professional growth are essential.
Science background and knowledge
Loves working with MS children
Additional Salary Information: based on experience
About St. Andrew's Episcopal School
St. Andrew's Episcopal School offers a challenging and rewarding professional environment in which educators of all backgrounds support the mission of the School and enrich the lives of New Orleans youth. The School employs and seeks a diverse range of educators with a broad range of geographic, racial, socioeconomic, religious, and life-experience perspectives.
St. Andrew's offers competitive salaries, School-sponsored health and retirement benefits, opportunities for professional development, a tuition-remission benefit for children of faculty and staff, and a supportive and collegial work environment. Further, employment at St. Andrew's provides the opportunity to be part of a vibrant, growth-oriented, and outward-looking community focused on educating the youth of New Orleans for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.