Classroom responsibilities for this full-time school year position include teaching 9-12 English and other elective courses in the department. The faculty member will work closely with history teaching partners to offer students a complete humanities experience. Candidates must be comfortable using technology in the classroom to enhance student learning. Responsibilities include teaching six instructional courses and potentially proctoring a study hall. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be highly organized and collaborative, able to teach ESOL students, and possess a desire to teach at an independent residential school with a diverse student body.
Candidates may have access to on-campus housing with residential life duties.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in English or related field required; a master’s degree in education or English is preferred.
Prior high school teaching experience is required and experience with international students preferred.
Proficiency in use of instructional technology; experience with a 1:1 program a plus.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with students, parents, peers, and supervisors.
Proficiency in the use of data to assess student progress and to drive instruction.
Please email a resume and three letters of reference to Eveline M. Bailey, Dean of Academics, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Salary Information: MCI offers a competitive benefits program including medical, vision and dental plans, disability, life insurance, and flexible spending accounts.
About Maine Central Institute
MCI pledges to provide a rigorous, comprehensive educational program to a multicultural student body with a wide range of abilities and interests. In a safe and caring atmosphere, students will acquire knowledge, self-esteem, social responsibility, and the critical thinking and communication skills necessary for global citizenship and lifelong learning. - MCI's Mission Statement
MCI is located in a rural, picturesque region of central Maine in the town of Pittsfield, appreciated for being a safe, family-oriented community. It is located within 30 minutes of Waterville and Bangor, and 90 minutes from Portland, conveniently accessible by Interstate 95. MCI serves a multicultural population of residential students representing many different states and several foreign countries. The school also serves 300+ day students from the towns of Burnham, Detroit, Pittsfield and other surrounding communities. The progressive educational program serves a wide range of abilities and interests.
* MCI, founded in 1866, has a rich educational tradition
* we offer a comprehensive educational program serving students in grades 9-12, PG with a wide range of abilities and interests
* we... provide a safe, caring, supportive atmosphere
* we are proud of our diverse student body
* we offer extensive choices for athletic, extracurricular and academic enrichment opportunities
* Maine Central Institute provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.