Faculty & Administration Openings
We are looking for an English teacher, grades 9-12th. Candidates can be college seniors or current teachers with 1-5 years experience. Candidates should be passionate about learning, books, writing and students; they should be excited about collaborating with colleagues. Additional duties would, ideally, include weekend duty, dorm/residential duty, and coaching or other activities in the afternoon.
Send resume and letter of teaching philosophy to Elizabeth M. Roach, Dean of Teaching and Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Andrew's School seeks, for the 2018-19 academic year, a full-time instructor in history, eager to embrace the History Department's teaching pedagogy, which uses primary sources to have students do the authentic work of a historian. We are particularly interested in candidates who have training and expertise in multiple areas of history, and who would therefore be able to teach both our already established American history course, and to design semester-long, upper-Form elective courses that broaden and deepen the offerings of the Department—with particular interest in courses in world history, African history, or Asian history. Additional duties would include weekend duty, dorm/residential duty, and coaching or other activities in the afternoon.
Requirements: Candidates must have a B.A. in History or a closely related field. A Master's degree and previous teaching experience is preferred.
Send resumes and cover letter to Will Speers, Dean of Faculty, at email@example.com.
St. Andrew’s School is seeking qualified applicants for a potential full-time faculty position in mathematics beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. The ideal candidate will be a collaborative partner who will bring previous teaching experience and foster a love of mathematics in students. Our School has a deep commitment to financial aid and diversity in all its forms.
A typical teaching load consists of three to four sections of 12-15 students with one to two preps. The opportunity exists to teach all levels of mathematics from Math 1 through Multivariable Calculus. We teach math in a way that helps students to appreciate the process of mathematical discovery through a mix of collaboration, traditional teaching approaches, and the use of technological tools such as Desmos, Geogebra and R statistical computing software. The ability to teach computer science and statistics is a plus. Candidates interested in this position should send a letter of introduction, current resume, and list of references to Dean of Math and Science Harvey Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.