Trinity-Pawling is seeking French Teacher, Levels 1-5. The full-time position will teach to a wide range of abilities; candidate should understand the developmental and cognitive needs of high school boys. Candidate should be energetic and flexible. He or she should be committed to creating and sustaining a collaborative and creative learning environment for the students. Dorm coverage and coaching required.
Bachelor Degree required; Master’s Degree in content area preferred
2-4 years teaching experience and fluency in the target language preferred
Experience with project-based learning preferred
Clear understanding of differentiated instruction
Effective oral and written communication with parents
Commitment to School’s mission, School community involvement, and professional development
Healthy sense of humor and a positive attitude
Experience coaching and/or leading an extra-curricular activity preferred
Experience using technology to enhance instruction preferred
A clear interest in being part of a community that is committed to diversity and inclusion
Authorized to work in the United States
The Trinity-Pawling School provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, the School complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.
To submit an application for this faculty position at Trinity-Pawling School, please send a resume, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation to Todd Hoffman, Dean of Faculty.
Founded in 1907, Trinity-Pawling School is an all-boys college preparatory school located in Pawling, New York. The school serves 300 boys in grades 7-12 and offers a postgraduate program.
The goal of a Trinity-Pawling education is to unlock the potential for greatness that exists in each boy. The School pursues this goal through a vigorous learning environment that emphasizes innovation, creativity, and critical thinking. A growing commitment to project-based and experiential learning acknowledges the research that has identified learning paradigms that prove to be successful for boys. A camaraderie of “brotherhood” is enhanced by the mutuality of a family of educators and students who are dedicated to building a culture of excellence and a commitment to honor. The Trinity-Pawling learning experience combines a timeless commitment to character with a dedication to prepare young men for an ever-changing world.
One of the School’s most distinctive attributes is its signatory Effort System, which began 45 years ago. Each boy at Trinity-Pawling is recognized and assessed in terms of the effort he devotes to a given endeavor: academics, athletics, dormitory responsibilities, c...ivic engagement, attendance, and extracurricular programs. The learning objective inherent in this ethos of effort is to teach young people that the more they invest of themselves the greater their accomplishments will be. The Effort System, then, becomes a pervasive characteristic of a boy’s experience at Trinity-Pawling.
Trinity-Pawling offers over 100 academic courses and 18 AP courses, interscholastic competition in 13 sports within the highly competitive New England Founders League, and a myriad of extracurricular activities.