FASPS is looking for English substitute teachers and accepting applications for substitute teachers at all grade levels. Substitute teachers are responsible for implementing the mission and philosophy of the School.
With a flexible schedule, substituting is an excellent way to work with great students and their community, and experience independent school teaching.
Duties and responsibilities:
Required language: English
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Ability to work on an on-call basis
Communicating effectively and in a timely manner with team members, parents and administration
regarding curriculum, classroom activities, and student progress
Keeping records and reports as required by the administration
Familiarity with procedures for emergency situations
Ability to work with an international and culturally diverse student population
Implementing curriculum appropriate for grade level and appropriate and effective classroom practices
and management techniques
Providing a variety of learning opportunities, methods and materials
Acknowledging and planning for the diversity of abilities and learning styles within the classroom
Encouraging the growth of the ethical character of students
Imparting enthusiasm for learning to students
Providing and maintaining a stimulating, safe environment
Applicants should have prior elementary grade level teaching experience, a desire to be part of an internationally diverse community of teachers and learners and a willingness to adapt to the unique program at FASPS. A Washington State teaching certificate is not required. Successful candidates will be passionate about working with students, have knowledge of current educational practices and strategies and be able to use flexible and innovative pedagogical techniques appropriate to a variety of learning styles.
Bilingual skills to include French are a plus. The ability to be employed in the United States and to pass a background check are required.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: Benjamin Orillon, Lower School Head