Bullis School, a co-educational, K-12, nondenominational day school in Potomac, Maryland, seeks an innovative, energetic and dedicated candidate to teach Middle School and Upper School Visual Art courses. The position begins in August 2018 and involves teaching five classes that range in content: drawing, painting, printmaking, art history, sculpture, ceramics, and exhibition display. A full-time teaching position also includes one extra-curricular advisory/coaching roles as determined by institutional needs and candidate expertise/interest.
We seek a candidate who values global connections and can guide our students as they develop a deeper understanding of the 21st century world. Collaborative work, interdisciplinary thinking, as well as interest in developing curriculum around essential questions are part of current departmental work. Bullis values teachers who plan student-centered, innovative lessons and who employ a variety of strategies and assessments.
Successful teachers at Bullis are energized by curriculum development and are grounded in current learning theory. They have the desire and techniques to engage students in active learning and teaching for understanding both inside and outside the classroom. Technology use is an ongoing and active development at Bullis for both students and faculty. Candidates should be able to creatively integrate technology to enhance student learning and engagement while working in a one-to-one student-laptop environment. Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of three years teaching experience and an undergraduate degree in fine arts (BFA). A graduate degree in the content area or education is preferred.
Bullis School is located on a scenic 102-acre campus in Potomac, MD and is easily accessible by route 270 from DC and Northern Virginia. Bullis School is committed to staff diversity, equality, and continued professional growth.
About Bullis School
Bullis School is a 102-acre private school for grades K - 12 located in Potomac, MD.