Oldfields School, an all-girls international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, located in northern Baltimore County, seeks applicants for a Spanish Teacher. This is a part-time, exempt position with an August 2021 start date. The ideal candidate will be comfortable developing and teaching varying levels of Spanish classes. This is an outstanding opportunity for a Spanish teacher who seeks a broad degree of autonomy in course development, possesses a high degree of integrity, and holds a keen interest and deep commitment to the value of single-sex independent school education. This is a flexible position that requires a minimum commitment of teaching two to three classes, but could be expanded to include additional areas of involvement in the community depending on candidate experience and interest.
Teach two to three Spanish classes per semester. This will likely include teaching two sections of Spanish I and a third section of another level of Spanish based on candidate experience.
Actively engage and support the School’s commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community as defined by the School’s Diversity Statement and strategic plans and initiatives.
Support the development of the School’s Arts and Global Justice concentration programs.
Develop and lead weekend experiential learning activities and programs.
Maintain regular communication about student academic progress with students, parents, advisors, the Humanities Department Chair, and Director of Academics. This includes effective use of the School’s online class management and gradebook systems.
Serve on weekend duty team rotations.
Adhere to and assist in enforcing all School policies and procedures.
Promote the mission of the School.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Academics.
Other Optional Duties:
Serve as an advisor for 3-5 students and perform other duties supporting the School community.
Provide administrative support in an area of the school that matches candidate expertise.
Coach or lead athletic or co-curricular activities.
A. in Spanish or a B.A. in another area for native Spanish speakers.
Understanding of and desire to work with high school students.
Energy, enthusiasm, and curiosity.
A passion for creative expression with a willingness to inspire and support all kinds of learners.
Demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion and a high degree of cultural competency.
Familiarity with or ability to quickly learn G-Suite applications.
Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, diversity statement, and references in a single document PDF format to [email protected]. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview may be required. Background checks are performed on all new hires. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. On-campus housing may be available (but not required) for this position. Oldfields School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
At Oldfields, each girl’s success is enhanced as we celebrate the personal experiences that often are informed by socio-economic status, race, age, nationality, ideology, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and ethnicity. We honor and respect the opportunity to learn and grow from the multitude of valuable life experiences and personal beliefs from every member of our community. The community is committed to a continuously active and innovative process of creating a welcoming, inclusive, and safe environment for everyone.
Oldfields School prohibits discrimination based on the following characteristics: race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability and age in its admissions procedures, educational programs, services, activities or employment practices.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the School’snon-discrimination policies, including its Title IX policy: