Milton Academy, established in 1798, is an independent coeducational national boarding and day school, serving 1,000 students in grades K-12 on a 125-acre campus eight miles south of Boston.
Milton Academy seeks a full-time Middle School science teacher beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. We are looking for teachers who are deeply committed to teaching and working with the middle school age group and have a passion for science. A bachelor’s degree is required with a concentration in science. A minimum of three years teaching experience at the middle or secondary level is expected. Additional duties typically include advising, coaching, sponsoring a club or activity and participating in faculty meetings and professional development.
The science position will cover three sections of sixth grade Earth science. The curriculum is a blend of content learning related to important natural processes and the development of laboratory and scientific thinking skills. Units covered include the Earth-Sun system, atmospheric process, climate change and sustainability, astronomy, and the physical Earth. The sixth grade science teacher will also serve as a member of the science teaching team, ensuring continuity through the department, as well as a member of the sixth grade advising team.
Qualified candidates will possess excellent communication and writing skills and technological proficiency is essential. Flexibility, creativity, a sense of humor, and strong work ethic and a commitment to being a strong team member are all critically important. Demonstrated ability working in a diverse community is essential. Teacher certification is not required.
To learn more about Milton Academy, please visit our website at www.milton.edu.
Milton Academy welcomes candidates who would add to the racial, cultural and gender balance of the School community. Milton Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About Milton Academy
Milton Academy, established in 1798, is an independent coeducational national and international boarding and day school, serving 1,000 students in grades K-12, on a 125-acre campus eight miles south of Boston.