The Episcopal School of Dallas prepares young men and women for lives of intellectual discovery, integrity, and purpose. Built upon our Founding Tenets of Daily Worship, Community, Ethical Decision-Making, and Service, ESD is committed to the intellectual, spiritual and physical wellness of every member of its community.
Founded in 1974 by The Reverend Stephen B. Swann with eight seventh-grade students, today ESD educates and inspires 1,150 students in grades beginner (age 3) through grade 12. ESD is located in Dallas, a modern metropolis of North Texas, and a commercial and cultural hub in the region.
At the heart of ESD are talented and compassionate faculty and staff who are the backbone of our institution and paramount to the school’s success. They adeptly balance rigorous, college preparatory coursework with understanding and nurturing of the whole child. Classes are small, with an overall student-teacher ratio of 7:1. ESD employees are lifelong learners, and the school invests nearly $500,000 in professional development annually. More than 250 serve the ESD community and all are appreciated and respected for their individual and collective contributions.
Purpose: The Episcopal School of Dallas seeks a chemistry teacher with a strong desire to inspire and encourage the learning of chemistry. The ideal candidate will possess a strong background in Chemistry, Math, and STEM, and will be able to teach along the spectrum of course offerings to students with a variety of backgrounds and abilities. The successful candidate is also a lifelong learner who welcomes opportunities for professional development and collegial conversation aiding in the development of effective skills in the science classroom as well as an abiding appreciation of teaching and learning.
Qualifications and skills:
3+ years as an Upper School Science teacher
Bachelor’s degree in Science, Chemistry, or related field; Master’s degree desirable
Proficiency in educational technology and twenty-first-century pedagogy
Experience designing and implementing a 21st Century science curriculum
Commitment to participate broadly in the life of the school