PCDS is seeking a full-time Upper School (grades 9-12) Biology/Physics Teacher for the 2019-20 school year. The position requires the ability to teach introductory-level courses in at least two of the three core disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
A successful candidate will have experience teaching science in a rigorous academic environment and be interested in curricular innovation. He or she will be devoted to every student's learning, will have a positive attitude, and will be committed to constantly improving his or her craft. He or she will model the qualities that we expect in our students: curiosity, hard work, collaboration, generosity, and integrity.
Essential Duties Include
Teaching 4-5 sections of science courses
Being an advisor to 8-9 students
Attending regular department and faculty meetings
Participating as a sponsor or coach for an extracurricular activity, sport, or club
Using technology effectively to enhance student learning
A Bachelor’s degree in science or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is preferred. Teaching certification is not required.
We strive to graduate students who love learning and pursue wisdom; use their talents and skills for the greater good; are adaptable, resilient, and responsible citizens in their local communities, their nation, and the world; and who engage in life with both honor and integrity. These values and goals are essential components of a PCDS education: An Education for Life.
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