Léman Manhattan Preparatory School is seeking a full-time Middle School Science Teacher for the 2022-2023 School Year.
The ideal candidate will have a strong content knowledge and ability to teach across a number of areas at the introductory level including Life Sciences, Physical Science, Astronomy, and Chemistry. The candidate should have a passion for teaching Middle School students, and the tools to develop knowledge and skills in students effectively. As a school we seek to find an individual who is committed to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion. Should have an undergraduate degree or masters in a related field of Science.
Responsibilities: teach 5 classes, advise an advisory, keep accurate grades using Standard Based Grading. Communicate with students and families with feedback and progress on academic learning throughout the year.
Resume and Cover letter should be submitted as single PDF file with Last Name, First Name, Job Title (MS Science Teacher)
This teacher will join an exciting and collaborative Science Department committed to inspiring students from all over the world. Léman Manhattan is an international school, whose global outlook utilizes the International Baccalaureate Programme as a foundation for educating students to be the successful leaders of tomorrow.
The Middle School Science Teacher appreciates the joy of teaching, has fun in the classroom, and embraces the challenge of teaching highly motivated students from all over the world. A strong knowledge of content, with the utilization of hands-on work, which further encourages student discovery, is highly desirable. In addition, this teacher can collaborate with the other members of the department to utilize innovative assessments and differentiate instruction to create an exciting learning environment.
The Middle School Science Teacher is expected to:
Exercise good classroom management with the use of fair and consistent standards and appropriate sanctions that are clearly articulated to the students.
Encourage students to ask questions and to express their difficulties.
Know and use a wide range of assessment strategies consistent with course content and objectives.
Provide reports on student progress and maintain open communication with ensuring that these reports are accurate and constructive.
Differentiate instruction and assessment to meet the diverse needs of students.
Identify students who need additional academic assistance and be able to refer such students appropriately.
Provide opportunities for student expression using spoken, written, and electronic forms of communication.
Provide a safe learning environment in which students can take intellectual risks.
Use learning resources and technology to enhance lessons where appropriate.
Create a stimulating and challenging learning environment with effective use being made of classroom displays.
Develop student cooperation and tolerance through group work.
Create an environment that fosters a global mindset.
Create an atmosphere of mutual respect.
Assist students in taking responsibility for their own actions.
Encourage students to set realistic goals and to use their time in a constructive and balanced manner.
Encourage students to participate in the co-curricula life of the school and serve as an advisor.
Assign homework that is meaningful and appropriate.
Maintain accurate records.
Attend functions in support of school and community.
Maintain student portfolios and facilitate student-led conferences following division. Requirements.
Comprehensive knowledge of curriculum and instruction within the appropriate content area and/or grade level.
Ability to function as a student achievement advocate and advisor.
Highly developed written and verbal communication skills.
Highly developed presentation skills.
Effective organizational skills including but not limited to lesson planning, implementing units of study, differentiating instruction, designing and implementing assessments.
Ability to monitor student progress and report information in a timely manner.
Ability to manage, delegate and monitor tasks.
Ability to mentor and coach students.
Highly developed collaborative leadership skills and the ability to work well with and through others.
Contact: To be considered for a position, please send a letter of interest, a resume, salary requirements and contact information for three references to Steve Lyng, Head of Upper School, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled.
Léman Manhattan Preparatory School is an international learning community committed to educating, empowering and inspiring students from early childhood through 12th Grade to be confident, independent critical thinkers. Nestled in the heart of downtown New York City, Léman Manhattan delivers academic excellence that inspires for a lifetime.
One of only four independent schools in Manhattan to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Léman Manhattan is building the next generation of courageous, critical thinkers.
Our two state-of-the-art campuses house nearly 750 students representing more than 50 countries of origin, where an exceptional faculty inspires children to view the world as their classroom.
As an affiliate school of Nord Anglia Education, Léman Manhattan is the only independent PreK-12 school in New York City with established sister campuses in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Our ability to provide students with international learning opportunities is unmatched.
The vision for Léman Manhattan draws deeply from our namesake and sister school, Collège du Léman, one of the world’s most renowned Swiss boarding schools located on the outski...rts of Geneva, with a nearly sixty-year history of educating the sons and daughters of the world’s leaders in business, politics and the arts. Together with Léman International School in Chengdu, China, College du Léman and Léman Manhattan operate as a unique consortium of schools that provide students with a truly “Three Campus, One School” experience.