Location: Austin, Texas
Type: Full Time
We require applicants to have an application in order to interview, however, you are welcome to email me (Jeremy Nueman in Human Resources) with a resume or any questions you might have at email@example.com.
Regents is a place of challenge, joy, service, and community preparing students to thrive in life. Our beautiful 83 acres in southwest Austin, Texas provide a tremendous setting for a Classical, Christian K-12 experience for over 1000 students combining robust academics with co-curriculars that are central to the whole student experience.
The mission of Regents is to provide a classical and Christian education founded upon and informed by a Christian worldview, that equips students to know, love, and practice that which is true, good and beautiful, and which challenges them to strive for excellence as they live purposefully and intelligently in the service of God and man.
Regents School of Austin has an immediate opening for a full-time Chemistry Teacher in the School of Rhetoric (High School).
Modeling a love of learning, Math and Science faculty at Regents commit to expanding their expertise beyond their formal training, upholding and teaching excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
Regents deliberately avoids narrow specialization among faculty. Special consideration will be given to candidates with the ability to teach Physics or Biology, in addition to Chemistry.
Qualified candidates will have at least a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or an equivalent course of study, at least three years of relevant classroom experience, and Christian maturity that demonstrates a desire and capacity to create a healthy classroom environment and develop a commitment to learning in students. Successful candidates will have experience and expertise in the following:
*Understanding pedagogical skills and objectives in a classical, Christian model.
*Teaching through student discussions and extensive researched writing assignments while providing timely and instructive evaluation.
*High self-understanding, interpersonal communication, self-organization, and motivation.
*This position will regularly interact with students, parents, faculty, and administrators and requires strong interpersonal competency and the ability to build trust and rapport.
Information on our Purpose, Mission, Philosophy, Objectives and Doctrinal Statement
Board members, administration, faculty, coaches and other instructional personnel of Regents School, whether full-time, part-time or volunteer, must believe and abide by the Purpose, Mission, Philosophy, Objectives and Doctrinal Statement, evidenced by their signing a statement of agreement with Article II annually. This document can be found by clicking: Philosophy and Doctrinal Statement. As a supplement, the Regents Board of Directors has adopted two additional statements as clarifying language under Article II. The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy - This was adopted in 2017 by the Board to be clear on our view of the inerrancy of Scripture. Nashville Statement: A Coalition for Biblical Sexuality - This was adopted by the Board in 2019 as clarifying language on our view of biblical sexuality.
Links to documents below:
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy
Nashville Statement: A Coalition for Biblical Sexuality
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About Regents School of Austin
Regents School of Austin is a unique K-12 school that educates 1,000 students on an 82-acre campus in southwest Austin. Our mission is to provide a classical, Christian education, founded upon and informed by a Christian worldview, that equips students to know, love, and practice that which is true, good and beautiful, and challenges them to strive for excellence as they live purposefully and intelligently in the service of God and man. Regents is well recognized by peers for outstanding accomplishments in teaching, curriculum, students' achievement, parental involvement, and community support.
WORKING AT REGENTS
The academic community at Regents is shaped by the excellence of the faculty, small class sizes, and the continuity of the K-12 program. Regents employees are engaged in an environment that is team-oriented and emergent. To ensure that our faculty is continually developing their skills in accordance with our performance objectives, we have a strong professional growth program. Even so, Regents culture is highly sensitive to the need for work/life balance and believes God made us to work from our rest.