Landon School is an independent school for boys in grades 3–12, located on a beautiful 75 acre campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Founded in 1929, our mission is to prepare talented boys for productive lives as accomplished, responsible and caring men whose actions are guided by the principles of perseverance, teamwork, honor, and fair play.
Landon is a diverse community committed to creating an environment where boys are encouraged to strive, reach, and endeavor towards becoming their best selves. This is done through our teacher-coach-mentor model of instruction, our caring and dedicated faculty, and a robust co-curricular program.
Landon seeks a creative and innovative Middle School Spanish teacher to join its faculty for a full-time position for the 2020-21 school year. This position will consist of teaching four sections of Spanish in a collaborative environment. The ideal candidate will have previous middle school teaching experience, knowledge of Comprehensible Input and Project Zero teaching techniques. The position includes coaching and advising responsibilities in addition to classroom teaching, and it offers many chances to engage with students beyond the classroom. Candidates should exhibit an enthusiasm for working with boys in early adolescence, collaborating with colleagues, and being an active member of the school community.
Landon School offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including: health, dental and vision insurance, an attractive 403(b) retirement plan, professional development opportunities, daily lunch and much more.
To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume, along with contact information for three professional references, to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone inquiries please.
About Landon School
Landon School is an independent day school for boys (grades 3-12) located in Bethesda, MD. The school's Code of Character promotes the values of respect, honor, and civility throughout campus life. Landon faculty and staff build meaningful relationships with students and colleagues through the school's Teacher-Coach-Mentor philosophy, where faculty and staff teach, coach, and advise students in a variety of settings.