St. Stephen's Episcopal School, a day and boarding school of 688 students (grades 6-12), is seeking an Upper School Physics Teacher for a full-time position beginning August 1, 2020.
Candidates must have a degree in Physics or a closely related field, as well as 5-10 years experience teaching high school Physics. The Science Department is looking for candidates who: are dynamic, inquisitive, continually advancing their knowledge of chemistry and teaching, utilize a variety of teaching methods, are technologically proficient, and love working closely with energetic students and a dedicated faculty. The guided-inquiry methodology is used to present introductory/conceptual physics to 10th and 11th grade students. A phenomenological/experimental method is used to engage students in gaining a solid understanding of science through Physics.
Teaching 4 sections of first year Physics;
Serving as an advisor to a group of Upper School students;
Coaching academic or extracurricular activities;
Attending chapel and participating in a family style lunch program.
St. Stephen’s has a longstanding commitment to being an inclusive community. For the 2019–20 school year, students of color represent 30 percent of the Upper School student population (50 percent when including international students), and 30 percent of the Middle School population.
Equal access to employment, programs and services is available to all. With respect to its employment practices, St. Stephen’s Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation or identity.
Qualified candidates should submit their resume, a letter of interest addressing their qualifications for this role, an example of a lesson they developed, and a letter summarizing their teaching philosophy at https://st-stephens-episcopal-school.checkwritersrecruit.com/job/184718/upper-school-physics-teacher
About St. Stephen's Episcopal School
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School is a coeducational, day and boarding school for 697 students in Grades 6-12. It is located on 374 acres on the west side of Austin in the Texas Hill Country.