Founded in 1983, Fuchs Mizrachi School is a leading internationally renowned, Modern Orthodox Jewish day school, located on its LEED-certified Stone Campus in Beachwood, Ohio. Educating and inspiring students from 18-months through twelfth grade, we are motivated by a real passion for deep, meaningful learning and leadership. The belief that excellent teacher-student relationships are the foundation of a great education.
Fuchs Mizrachi School is a community committed to Torah and Mitzvot. Our students and their families are inspired to learn and grow in their love of G-d and His Torah while seeing the modern State of Israel and aliyah as central to our personal and national destiny. We are very proud to say in our own words that Mizrachi is, "a community-driven by a passion for Torah Values, Religious Zionist Ideals, and the pursuit of Excellence in General and Judaic Learning and Leadership."
Through the challenging process of discovery, our students will collaborate to develop the skills, knowledge, and character which form their intellectual foundation. Our students and graduates will emerge as leaders who combine their spiritual and intellectual foundation with their passion for ongoing learning and a sense of communal responsibility.
The open position is for the 2020-2021 school year in our elementary school general studies department. The ideal candidates should have the following experiences and characteristics:
Lead teaching experience with a proven record of developing a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and inspires student growth.
Committed to professional growth
Develop best-practice in the classrooms
Differentiate instruction according to student needs and abilities
Outstanding record of academic achievement
Person of high moral character
Has the work ethic and desire to go above and beyond
Receptive to feedback and desire to grow professionally
Ability to collaborate effectively
Ability to use discretion in managing confidential information
High quality written and verbal communication skill
Able to develop positive relationships with families, colleagues, and administrators.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Education with two or more years of experience in the relevant teaching area.
Knowledge of State Standards and Common Core Standards
Successful completion of federal and state criminal background checks
Must be able to obtain an Ohio Teaching License prior to the start date