Founded in 1764, Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School balances a rigorous comprehensive college preparatory curriculum with healthy social and emotional development. We dedicate ourselves to educating students with diverse talents and backgrounds and offer them opportunities to learn, reflect and safely express their ideas and creativity. With our parent body, we share a fundamental commitment to high academic achievement and the development of social responsibility.
Honors Chemistry / Chemistry Teacher
Columbia Grammar and Prep School seeks a full time Honors Chemistry/Chemistry teacher to help further the responsibilities of the department and work collaboratively to help maintain the high standard of teaching excellence that is the trademark of the School.
Teach Honors and regular classes
Run engaging and well-managed class activities
Manage chemical inventory and lab equipment with attention and care
Passionate and collaborative attitude
Support the CGPS mission
Work collaboratively with the department to follow and design curriculum
Be supportive of the CGPS equity, justice and inclusion initiatives
Meet individually with students for additional support as needed
Create a positive classroom environment which fosters challenge and support
7:30am-3:30pm Monday through Friday
Weekly faculty and department meetings until 4:30pm
Start date: September 1st, 2020
We offer highly competitive salaries, exceptional benefits, and a warm and supportive culture.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com
Please indicate “Honors Chemistry Teacher” in the subject line.
Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School is an equal employment opportunity employer. Employment decisions including hiring, transferring, and promotions are based on merit and business needs, and not on race, color,creed, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation and national origin, alienage, age, pregnancy, marital/partnership status, citizenship, military status, mental or physical disability, veteran status, genetic predisposition, status of domestic violence, or any other characteristic or status protected by law.
A Bachelor’s degree in the field is required. Teaching experience and a Master’s degree are preferred.
Experience or background in teaching other disciplines within the field is a plus