Classroom responsibilities for this full-time school year position include teaching history courses and elective courses as assigned. The faculty member will work closely with colleagues in the department as well as collaborate with English teaching partners to offer students a complete humanities experience. The faculty member will teach essential skills such as reading, writing, speaking, research, analysis and citizenship skills and must be skilled in using technology in the classroom to enhance student learning.
Responsibilities include teaching six instructional courses and 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. Strong consideration will be given to candidates who can also teach English. This position has a training start date of August 19, 2020.
Candidates may have access to on-campus housing with residential life duties.
Bachelors degree or higher in history or related field required; a master's degree in education or history is
Prior high school teaching experience is required and experience with both struggling students and international students
Experience teaching English Language Learners is required; English as a Second Language (ESL) certification desired
Proficiency in use of instructional technology; experience with a 1:1 program a
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with students, parents, peers, and supervisors.
Experience with using data to assess student progress and to drive
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 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.