St. Johns Country Day School, an independent college preparatory school, is seeking an experienced academic leader to fill the role of Middle School math teacher.
Qualified applicants will value strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues and be capable of teaching beginning through advanced-level math subjects.
Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and responsibilities of this position include:
Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of subject matter in Grades 5-8.
Serve as an advisor to a group of students in one particular grade level
Work with the Administrative team to build a meaningful student learning experience
Work alongside grade level teams to build cross-curricular connections and interdisciplinary projects
Create a secure and stimulating environment in which students grow in both autonomy and the ability to work and interact together
Take responsibility for being a role model by maintaining an environment that fosters respect among students and colleagues
Possess strong communication skills and the ability to effectively collaborate with students, parents, and colleagues
The position requires a degree in math education or related field with a minimum of two years teaching experience. Master’s degree is preferred. Certification preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation and Benefits
The position is for the academic year starting in August 2021. A salary commensurate with experience, degree attainment, and qualifications is paid to employees annually. Full time employees are eligible for our benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, disability, tuition remission, and professional development/education funds.
About St. Johns Country Day School
What sets St. Johns apart? Many things, certainly, but above all, it's our family atmosphere and future-facing curriculum that prepares students not just for college, but for life. We hear it again and again from our graduates-- when they got to college they not only "survived," they thrived. They had the skills they needed to excel in their coursework, understood self-leadership and motivation, and managed campus life with aplomb.