St. Stephen's Episcopal School, a day and boarding school of 697 students (grades 6-12), is seeking an Upper School English teacher for a full-time position beginning August 2019. Candidates should have a degree in English (or a closely related field) and a minimum of two years teaching experience, preferably in grades 9-12, as well as the ability to teach several courses.
We are seeking a colleague who thrives in a collaborative environment. The ideal candidate is eager to create and share new curriculum and can demonstrate the ability to work as part of a cohesive team. Qualified candidates who can coach, have experience working with international students, and/or have experience working in boarding programs are encouraged to apply; however, the residential responsibility is not a required aspect of the job.
Full-Time Upper School Faculty Responsibilities:
Teaching four sections of Upper School English;
Advising a group of six to eight students who meet with their advisor on a daily basis;
Contributing to two other areas of school life, including athletic or extracurricular program;
Attending Chapel and participating in an assigned-seating lunch program.
St. Stephen’s has a longstanding commitment to being an inclusive community. For the 2018-19 school year, students of color represent 34 percent of the Upper School student population (52 percent when including international students).
Equal access to employment, programs and services is available to all. With respect to its employment practices, St. Stephen’s Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation or identity.
All candidates should submit a letter of interest, a completed official application, and a resume to Jennifer Huth, English Department Chair, at email@example.com.
About St. Stephen's Episcopal School
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School is a coeducational, day and boarding school for 697 students in Grades 6-12. It is located on 374 acres on the west side of Austin in the Texas Hill Country.