Randolph School is seeking a creative, experienced teacher for a Science teaching position within our Middle School Division (grades 5-8). This teacher will be responsible for teaching the required curriculum and will also serve as an integral member of a grade team, building strong relationships with middle school students and acting as their advisor. The teaching responsibility will be Earth Science and would require close collaboration with faculty colleagues.
Start date: August, 2020.
The curriculum of the Earth Science course includes themes such as earth’s structure, plate tectonics, rocks and minerals, fossils, weather, earth’s atmosphere, and astronomy. Science teaching throughout Randolph School is hands-on and involves building content appropriate laboratory skills.
The ideal candidate will be able to perform the following essential duties:
Work with the grade level team to address the needs of the whole child.
Integrate the teaching of effective organization and study skills.
Identify and respond to individual students learning differences and create enrichment opportunities; differentiate instruction to meet the needs of various learners.
Create a supportive and inclusive environment and develop respectful relationships with students by using conflict resolution and problem-solving techniques within the classroom.
Effectively monitor and manage student learning with an emphasis on hands-on laboratory work and the use of a variety of assessment methods to evaluate student progress.
Demonstrate effective written and oral communication (parent conferences, written correspondence including narrative reports, website).
Have a good general knowledge of laboratory safety and first aid issues, and be able to maintain OSHA guidelines for all activities undertaken
Maintain an effective, safe and well-organized lab/classroom.
Share duties and responsibilities with other members of the Middle School faculty.
This teacher will participate collaboratively and professionally with other faculty and staff to promote the general well-being of the Middle School and the school community in a manner that supports and promotes the Randolph School Mission.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in an Earth or Environmental Science discipline. Minimum 2-3 years of science teaching experience preferred.
Randolph School is a co-educational, independent day school of 1000 students located in Huntsville, Alabama. Founded in 1959, Randolph operates on two campuses, and offers a comprehensive K-12 education experience.