FOLLOWING JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY
FULL-TIME PHYSICS TEACHER AT ST. ANDREW'S
St. Andrew's school, a co-ed boarding school of 300 in Delaware, is looking for a full-time
physics teacher for the 2013-14 school year. We are a boarding school with a deep
commitment to financial aid (nearly half the student body is on aid and the average grant is
$38,000). We offer introductory and honors physics, both of which follow a modified
modeling curriculum, as well as a 2nd year physics course taught from the Matter and
Interactions text. A typical class load is 3 or 4 sections of 12-15 students. Click here for more information. Click here for the job posting.
FULL-TIME UPPER SCHOOL TEACHER AT AGNES IRWIN SCHOOL
The Agnes Irwin School seeks a full-time Upper School Teacher to teach two or three
sections of 9th grade Conceptual Physics and one or two sections of Math. The position
will begin in late August, 2013. Candidates should be excited to work in a rigorous
academic environment with colleagues who value collaboration as well as independence. The Agnes Irwin School is a Pre-K through 12, all-girls' school
located in Rosemont, PA.
Please email resume and cover letter here, to the attention of
Jennifer Hoffman, Science Department Chair.
PHYSICS TEACHER AT EPISCOPAL ACADEMY
The Episcopal Academy is seeking to hire an experienced Upper School Physics teacher
who can teach regular, Honors, or AP Physics. Candidates should have a degree in
Physics or a closely related field with experience teaching upper level Physics. The ability
to work closely with colleagues to coordinate multi-section courses is essential. Interest in
mentoring students in science competitions desirable. Click here for more information.
Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com with
the subject line "Physics" or via mail to: The Episcopal Academy, 1785 Bishop White Drive,
Newtown Square, PA 19073. You may also fax to: 484-424-1606.
PHYSICS & MATH TEACHER AT HUN SCHOOL IN PRINCETON
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent college preparatory school in Princeton,
New Jersey. A co-educational day and boarding school, The Hun School serves 585
students from 16 states and 18 countries in grades six through post-graduate.
The Hun School of Princeton in Princeton, NJ seeks a full time teacher with expertise in
Physics and Pre-Calculus. Student-centered lesson plans and the integration of
technology in the classroom are increasing emphases at the school as is our effort toward
inter-disciplinary and collaborative teaching. Responsibilities will include the teaching of 4
sections, serving as an advisor, and coaching up to two seasons (or the equivalent.) A
degree in Physics with at least three years of independent school teaching experience is
preferred. Click here to apply.
UPPER SCHOOL CHEMISTRY TEACHER AT FRIENDS SELECT
Friends Select School seeks a maternity leave Chemistry teacher for the start of the 2013-14 school year. Successful candidates should have the requisite experience to teach the
curriculum left by the teacher. Interested applicants should send all information (resume,
cover letter, and list of references) to Science department chair Natalie Mayer.
FULL-TIME PHYSICS TEACHER AT SPRINGSIDE CHESTNUT HILL ACADEMY
Full time Physics teacher needed to teach Upper School Physics and a Physics II elective, starting end of August 2013 at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.
Are you ready to join a team that is a leader in science education? Are you ready to design and implement learning experiences that foster 21st century learning skills in students? Apply at TeachPhiladelphia.com (click on "Current Openings", scroll down to "Upper School Physics Teacher"; registration required to apply online).
ADJUNCT PHYSICS TEACHER AT ROWAN UNIVERSITY, FALL 2013
We anticipate a position to teach a course on the Physics of Sound & Music to non-science majors in Fall 2013. The course is part of the Department of Radio, TV, Film's concentration in Audio Recording. The Instructor will be responsible for teaching both lecture and laboratory sections. Evening or Day schedule possible.
Qualifications: Ph.D. or M.S. in Physics or related discipline is required. Strong teaching experience is a plus.
Procedure: Send cover letter and a curriculum vita (with names of references) to
physics -at- rowan.edu with a subject line: Adjunct Position in Physics.
PART-TIME PHYSICS LECTURER AT PENN STATE ABINGTON
State Abington's Science and Engineering Division seeks a part-time Physics
Lecturers for summer 2013. The successful candidate will teach
a calculus-based physics course.
Applicants must have completed a M.S. or Ph.D. in Physics at the time of
the application. Preference will be given to candidates with strong
teaching experience in the area of college-level physics. The review
process will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled. Applicants should submit an electronic dossier (no paper
submissions please) including: 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) a list of
courses taught at the college level, 3) a statement of teaching
philosophy, 4) cover letter to:
Chair, Physics Search
Science and Engineering Division
Abington, PA 19001
ams -at- psu.edu
FAME DELAWARE SEEKS PART-TIME SCIENCE TEACHERS
to Advance Minorities in Engineering, Inc. (FAME, Inc.) is currently
offering teaching positions. FAME is a pre-college enrichment program
that prepares and motivates students in grades 7-12 to enter college and
complete a baccalaureate degree in engineering, science, math or
technology related fields of study. Click here for more information.
HONORS PHYSICS TEACHER AT MASTERY CHARTER SCHOOL
Charter Schools is seeking dynamic and passionate secondary (7-12)
physics teachers. Mastery teachers will work together to create a warm,
welcoming school culture driven by student achievement. Teachers will be
responsible for implementing Mastery's curriculum and utilizing
classroom routines and procedures with consistency. Teachers will also
be responsible for developing rigorous lesson plans, homework
assignments and assessments. Working closely with school leaders,
teachers will analyze student assessment data and use data to inform
instruction. Teachers will collaborate in grade level teams to discuss
student work, share best practices, and ensure student mastery of
standards. Teachers will be expected to maintain close relationships
with families, including phone calls and conferences, and will
participate in on-going professional development in the spirit of
continuous improvement. Mastery is looking for teachers committed to
high expectations for students, teamwork, and our motto of "Excellence.
Bachelor's Degree in subject
matter or at least two years relevant teaching experience
or be working towards Pennsylvania Teacher Certification
able to work collaboratively in a high-stakes environment
Outstanding instructional skills, including the ability to motivate and
challenge students and maintain an orderly classroom environment
Demonstrated expertise in physics instruction
A strong sense of
personal accountability for student achievement
A belief that all
students should be held to high academic standards
The ability to
communicate effectively with parents
responsibility, and a strong work ethic
A positive attitude and a
drive for personal excellence
The ability to problem-solve
commitment to Mastery's core values of joy and humor
apply: Please visit the "Careers" tab of our website: www.masterycharter.org
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