Williamsburg Northside School (WNS) is seeking an experienced and dynamic Middle School Spanish teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. Spanish instruction begins with the preschool students, age 3, and continues through the middle school years. The ideal candidate will be able to work collaboratively with the lower school Spanish teacher to develop a comprehensive world language program that fosters a love of language and appreciation for culture.
The ideal candidate will be an educator with:
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Spanish
Two or more years of successful classroom experience teaching a world language program
Teaching experience with implementing technology and multimedia in the classroom
A proven commitment to the development of young people as individual learners
A track record of collaboration with colleagues
All children are strong, capable individuals. Guided by this understanding, we at Williamsburg Northside welcome families into beautiful and flexible environments where children engage in independent and collaborative investigations. Our teaching community builds a unique curriculum from the children’s interests, their experiences with one another and the world in which they live. We honor authentic expression and diversity as we cultivate compassionate citizens who find joy in learning.
Williamsburg Northside is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The ideal candidate will possess heritage or near heritage ability in Spanish as well as a strong academic background in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. The candidate must be able to teach with an immersive approach to students of various levels and possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, an innovative approach to teaching a world language in the 21st Century, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
About Williamsburg Northside School
Williamsburg Northside School is an equal opportunity employer. WNS has an ongoing commitment to the principles and practices of diversity and inclusiveness and strongly encourages applications from candidates who would enhance the diversity of the school's administration and faculty.