We seek a creative, dynamic Spanish teacher who finds fascination in teaching the Spanish language and about Spanish culture, from Spanish I through the AP level.
Candidates should demonstrate a desire and ability to build cultural understanding and an eagerness to help students understand how global issues are perceived and addressed throughout the Spanish-speaking world. The selected candidate will participate fully in the life of the school, including collaborating with colleagues, engaging in professional development, and working to uphold the mission of the school. Please see whschool.org for a good window into the identity and mission of the school.
The selected candidate will serve as an advisor to a small group of students and participate fully in the life of the Wardlaw+Hartridge School, including effectively collaborating with colleagues, engaging in a continual cycle of professional development, actively joining meetings, committees, service learning, and other community gatherings, and working to uphold the mission and vision of the school. Teachers are expected to serve as club advisors and/or coaches as well.
All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the school’s mission and core values of Integrity, Opportunity, Support, Diversity, Community, and Sustainability. Demonstrated success crafting curricula with a global perspective and framework.A master's degree and 3 - 5 years of teaching experience is preferred.