Essential Job Functions and Requirements: Adheres to and supports the Academy mission of educating the body, mind, and spirit of our cadets within a Christian environment. Faculty will conduct themselves at all times as appropriate role models for the cadets within their charge and while representing the Academy.
Provides quality academic instruction consistent with appropriate educational and developmental requirements for adolescent age boys in a college preparatory academic program. Instruction will follow the Upper School curriculum guide for each course and will include appropriate planning and preparation for instruction and developing/maintaining a well-managed classroom environment that inspires learning.
Works diligently toward the academic and overall success of each cadet, with the goal of consistent improvement and achievement both within class and in outside activities.
Adheres to and supports Academy standards of proper appearance, decorum, and timely fulfillment of required duties. These duties include weekly attendance at chapel, a devotional to begin each class day, serving as advisor to an assigned group of cadets, supervising/coaching outside-the-classroom extracurricular activities, and assigned extra duties in the barracks.
Supports and collaborates with colleagues, and engages in an ongoing focus of professional growth and development both individually and collaboratively.
Provides timely and complete administrative reports and grades as required, and informative responses to requests from parents for information.
Is knowledgeable of and supports the VAIS Standards of Accreditation as they apply to instruction and applicable faculty activities.
Maintains professional credentials and/or a current teaching license.
Work Schedule: Per contract and when school is in session
Educational Requirements: Instructors must have earned a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. They should have a major concentration of study in the content area courses taught the majority of the instructional year or, alternatively, earned 24 semester hours of credit in the content area. For courses taught less than half of the instructional year they must have 12 semester hours in the content area taught. In some circumstances, alternative training or experience may suffice.
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Fork Union Military Academy is a non-profit Christian boarding & day school that has been building young men in body, mind, and spirit since 1898, and attracts students from more than 30 states and 15 foreign countries. FUMA seeks dedicated faculty and staff professionals who see this school's mission as their own and will strive to support the values of the institution. The Academy offers our students a college preparatory curriculum in a military-style environment.
Teaching contracts are generally for 9 months and all teachers are expected to participate in 2 outside activities in addition to teaching, such as sports coaching or student club sponsorship. Staff positions are generally 12 month contracts.
Professional development is encouraged and supported. FUMA offers a full complement of employee benefits for full-time employees, including participation in group health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance; a 403(b) retirement plan and Paid Time Off.
Fork Union Military Academy is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of Fork Union Military Academy to provide equal opportunity with regard to all terms and conditions of employment. The Ac...ademy complies with federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, sex, or any other legally protected characteristic.