Do you love to engage young minds, facilitate thinking, encourage risk, and cultivate dreams? You may be the perfect candidate for our small, warm community.
Christ Episcopal School (CES), a diverse community serving students from preschool through grade 8, is seeking a dynamic, full-time middle school science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate would be interested in joining a collaborative school community, providing a positive and challenging learning experience for each student, using differentiated learning strategies, and embracing an integrated curriculum model. We offer small classes, supportive teammates, and the opportunity to use a variety of inquiry-based methodologies to support your teaching. You should demonstrate a passion for helping middle school aged children develop socially, emotionally, as well as academically.
Christ Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin in the administration of its educational program, admissions policy, or other school administered programs.
Requirements of a successful candidate for teaching middle school at CES:
An undergraduate degree (masters preferred) in science education or related field
Minimum of 3-5 years of teaching experience (preferred)
An ability to differentiate instruction
Experience with using technology in the classroom
A desire to work as part of a team
Good time management and communication skills
Initiative, creativity, and a desire to implement interactive strategies
A high level of energy and a positive outlook
Successful candidates for all positions at CES must successfully complete a required background check.
About Christ Episcopal School
Established in 1966, Christ Episcopal School is an independent, coeducational, parish day school for students in preschool (2 years) through grade eight. CES offers a rigorous academic curriculum that includes a strong visual and performing arts program, school-wide character education program and a mission for nurturing students to become kind, confident, well-rounded individuals prepared to contribute to their community and thrive personally, spiritually and academically.