The Upper School Math and Science departments are seeking a faculty member to teach Physics and Math.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three to five years of experience teaching mathematics at the high school level and hold a degree in a related discipline. Boarding school and coaching experience are preferred. Upper School teachers at HPA are expected to teach, advise, and lead students according to HPA's curriculum and mission. Our teachers work with students on the continuous development of skills, attitudes, and knowledge required to make effective college, career and life choices.
The preferred candidate will exhibit the following:
A deep appreciation for discharging responsibly the many duties inherent in employment at a boarding school.
An all-for-one/one-for-all “team player” attitude.
A willingness to add meaningfully to the school’s co-curricular programs.
A proven ability to be a stellar role model for young people, both in and out of the classroom.
Previous High School Math/ Physics teaching experience required
Proven ability to collaborate with other teachers of the same course, department, and whole faculty
Desire to work as a team player with faculty, staff, and administrators
Ability to interact professionally with parents and community members
Maturity and personal stability sufficient for a demanding position
Positive attitude and strong work ethic
Please send a resume, letter of interest, completed HPA Faculty application and two recommendation letter via email to HPA Human Resources.
Send a cover letter, resume, completed HPA faculty application and three recommendation letters to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Hawai`i Preparatory Academy, founded in 1949, is an independent coeducational school providing a full range of opportunities for students from kindergarten through grade 12. Our boarding program admits students in grades 9 through 12.
The school has two campuses in the town of Waimea (Kamuela) on the island of Hawai`i. The Lower and Middle Schools are located on nine acres in the heart of Hawai`i's ranching country, while the Upper School is located just two miles away on a 200-acre campus at the foot of the Kohala Mountains.