This full-time position includes teaching Upper School courses in English and serving as an advisor to a small group of Upper School students. The teaching assignment for this position primarily includes work with our ninth-grade students, but some seminar courses for juniors and seniors may be possible based on student and teacher interest. Preference will be given to candidates with significant teaching experience, with graduate degrees in English or related fields, and/or with experience serving as a Reader for the Advanced Placement examinations in English.
Now in its twenty-first year, Episcopal Collegiate is a coeducational college preparatory school serving approximately 790 students in grades PK-3 through 12 in Little Rock, Arkansas. By engaging students in hands-on, inquiry-based classroom experiences, Episcopal prepares students for lives dedicated to leadership and service. Episcopal’s teachers are deeply committed to the success of each student and to their own professional growth.
Episcopal Collegiate offers competitive salaries, generous leave benefits, health insurance, and a 403b retirement plan. In addition, the school provides funding for continuing education for faculty and staff to pursue advanced degrees, attend workshops, conferences, and other programs that promote professional growth. Episcopal is accredited by SAES, SAIS, ANSAA, and NAEYC.
To find out more about Episcopal Collegiate, please visit www.episcopalcollegiate.org. To apply, please send your resume and statement of teaching philosophy to Troy Urquhart, Head of Upper School, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Episcopal Colleigate School
Episcopal Collegiate offers an academically challenging, hands-on, inquiry-based approach which supports individual developmental levels and learning styles in a challenging yet nurturing environment. The college preparatory curriculum is benchmarked against national and international standards and curricula. Daily chapel services offered in the Episcopal tradition of welcoming students of all religious backgrounds. All students at every level give back to the community in many ways. The Class of 2014 performed approximately 9,200 hours of service to the community in high school. Students in the Classes of 2014-15 were awarded the country's most competitive and sought-after merit scholarships; the Jefferson Scholarship at the University of Virginia, the Morehead-Cain Scholarship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship at Vanderbilt University, the Hunt Leadership Scholarship at Southern Methodist University, and the Bodenhamer Fellowship at the University of Arkansas.