The Linsly School seeks candidates for a full-time German teaching position in our World Language department with a start date of August 2018.
The essential duties/responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following:
Teach 5 sections of German which may include courses from German I through German IV
Be a productive member of the World Language department by attending meetings, updating course curricula, seeking professional development opportunities, and supporting the goals of the department
Serve as an advisor to a small group of students, overseeing their academic and social growth
Lead or assist in extra-curricular activities such as clubs, debate team, or athletics
Perform other non-teaching duties as assigned by the Headmaster
The ideal candidate will hold a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in German or related field (an Advanced degree is preferred). He/she will have previous experience in a language classroom, as a teacher or teaching assistant. Most importantly, this person will possess a passion for teaching, and a desire to foster the most effective learning environment for our students. We seek teachers who will strengthen our community by upholding our high academic standards and traditional values, while bringing energy, creativity, and innovative teaching methods to our classrooms.
About The Linsly School
The Linsly School is an independent college preparatory school where academic excellence and character development are emphasized in every facet of student life. Located in Wheeling, WV, Linsly is a co-educational day/boarding school providing a structured, disciplined program in a community environment that challenges young people to achieve their greatest potential. Established in 1814, the school recently celebrated it's 200th anniversary, and uses its rich history to support the high standards and traditional values that students are held to. Linsly offers an engaging college preparatory curriculum, and talented faculty are committed to teaching using innovate and research based teaching strategies. For more information please visit our website at www.linsly.org.