We are seeking an engaging, creative, and innovative team member who will support our students and parents.
Model the school's philosophy in working with students, parents, colleagues, and administration
Work with the Middle School Director and Math Department to carry out the academic program: curriculum development and implementation, classroom management, student assessment, and parent communication
Teach four Math classes of approximately 12-18 students
Demonstrate professionalism, including discretion, judgment, and integrity
Collaborate with department colleagues, as well as work closely with other Middle School faculty around teaching and learning
Facilitate the emotional and social development of each student, which includes leading an advisory of 12-16 students
Support students in achieving their full potential of development and growth, through observation of students' behavior and needs, and consult with the School Counselor and the Director of Learning Services
Calculate and report grades in real time
Write narrative progress reports to accompany grades for two of the trimesters and facilitate parent-teacher conferences
Attend and participate in the following: services, faculty in-service meetings, student assemblies, and other school functions, as requested
Attend weekly faculty meetings and actively participate in curricular discussions
Participate in professional development opportunities and keep current on educational issues and trends
A love of Math and middle school students is a must. A minimum of two years prior experience in a Math or Science classroom is essential. A master’s degree and California or other state teaching credential are preferred, but not required.
Additional Salary Information: Dependent on experience
About Sinai Akiba Academy
Sinai Akiba Academy offers an outstanding general and Judaic-education that develops the mind, heart and soul. We engage students in the joy and discipline of learning, introducing students to a life of personal growth, sensitivity, responsibility and intellectual inquiry, shaped by Jewish practices and informed by a respect for diversity of thought. We have been educating students to light the future for nearly 50 years at our dynamic West L.A. campus. Sinai Akiba Academy values diversity of thought, perspective and experience in its employees and seeks to create a collaborative, enriching learning environment. We offer meaningful professional development opportunities throughout the year. We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package to eligible employees which includes health, dental, a tax savings flexible spending account plan for out of pocket health and dependent care expenses; a 401k retirement plan with a generous employer contribution.
Sinai Akiba Academy is an equal opportunity employer. It considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, or any other characteristics protected by applicable state or federal laws.