The following is a guide to the scope of the role of a Full-Time Teacher. It is not a complete list of all duties and may vary when necessary to match the skill set of the position holder and/or the needs of the Academy.
Register student attendance on a daily, class by class basis in a timely manner and supervise student behavior in accordance with the Student Handbook.
Write reports on student academic and personal progress with clear formative comments and targets as to how to improve work by the deadlines given and provide assignments, grades and feedback on assessments on a timely basis using school designated software.
Develop course work, materials and resources as directed by the Director of Academics using school designated curriculum planning software (Atlas Rubicon).
Design and administer a range of lesson materials and assessments that reflect an awareness of different learning styles and language skills.
Support and implement the advisory curriculum and House program as designated by the Director of Student Affairs.
As part of your role within the Academy, you will also be expected to:
Safeguard the welfare of all students for whom the school is responsible.
Adhere to standards and procedures detailed in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.
Attend academic, departmental, and school meetings when required and attend/deliver professional development sessions as directed.
Attend school events (concerts, plays, sports contests, etc.) whenever possible that promote school spirit and support advisees.
Satisfy study hall duties
Weekend day duties (Saturday and Sunday, 6 hrs per day); one weekend per semester
Satisfy extracurricular responsibilities as defined by the administration.
Log requests for absences from work (sick days, personal days, special leaves, etc.) in school designated software.
Participate in an annual performance evaluation process.
Promote a positive work experience for all Academy employees.
Assist in providing a professional and welcoming environment for all visitors to the Academy.
Comply with any reasonable request from the Head to undertake other work not listed above.
Working knowledge, Certificate, Bachelor degree, or teaching experience in respective subject(s)