The Baldwin School is seeking a qualified Upper School English Teacher to begin August 27, 2018. We seek candidates interested in working collaboratively on innovative curriculum design and development. In addition to the ability to teach English, to engage students positively, and to interact productively with colleagues and parents, the successful candidate will have a strong facility in developing students’ ability to express themselves in speech and writing with clarity and precision using relevant technology. All Baldwin faculty members are expected to be active and engaged members of the School community, participating in school activities inside and outside of the classroom in full support of the School’s mission and the co-curricular life of the school.
We are committed to hiring a faculty that reflects the diversity of our student population. We are a school that values and supports personal and professional development, investing in tomorrow's education leaders. We offer opportunities to teach independent English courses to seniors in areas of a specialty or interest. Currently, our senior courses are Gatsby, and the Roaring 20s; Black in America: Then and Now; 1960s American Novel, Film and Culture; Fairy Tales Reinvented; Global Literature; Shakespeare’s Comedies; and the Graphic Novel; we also offer journalism and creative writing courses each year.
Master’s degree required
a minimum of 5 years of relevant teaching experience required
Creative, energetic, and positive approach to teaching
Experienced incorporating the use of technology in the classroom
About The Baldwin School
Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, PreK -12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in all-girls education. In a nurturing atmosphere that reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought.