The Hudson School is seeking a math teacher for Statistics, AP Statistics, and other upper school math courses beginning in September 2020.
This can be a part-time or full-time position depending on the qualifications of the candidate and their fit within the needs of the Math Department.
Ideal candidates will have prior experience teaching math in a school setting and engaging students with creative activities and in-depth discussions. Experience with high school students preferred. Ability to teach introductory-level computer programming courses a plus.
Email cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy to Holly Walker, Assistant Head of School for Administration: email@example.com
If asked to interview, you will need to supply three professional references. You may be asked to hold a virtual demo lesson.
Due to stay-at-home orders, there is a possibility this position will begin in distance learning mode and transition to in-person lessons later in the fall. THS requires teachers to hold regular online meetings through Zoom or Google Meet in our distance learning policy.
The Hudson School promotes equal opportunities for employees and students and prohibits discriminatory practices on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, and socioeconomic status or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.
We do not offer relocation assistance.
2 years of classroom experience
Bachelor's degree in math or statistics-related field
Passionate about working with teenagers
Dedicated to their own life-long learning
Flexible to shared space
Commitment to collaboration and interdisciplinary teaching
About The Hudson School
Founded in 1978, The Hudson School in Hoboken NJ provides intellectually inquisitive students in grades 5-12 with a rigorous and relevant college-preparatory education
that inspires independent thinking and intellectual risk-taking. Our goal is to develop compassionate, responsible, principled citizens, who are socially conscious and committed to lifelong learning and service. The school fosters an eclectic and supportive
environment that challenges students and faculty to develop their passions and talents through a stimulating, balanced and creative interdisciplinary curriculum.
Since our inception, we have been committed to a need-blind admission policy. The Hudson School accepts students from diverse economic and ethnic backgrounds based on their academic promise and intellectual curiosity, rather than their financial ability. We began with 18 middle school students in 1978 (of whom 12 received scholarships through the generosity of the Geraldine Dodge Foundation) and now include 190 students in grades 5 – 12. We continue to admit every qualified student for whom we have room and do whatever we can to help that child’s family meet the costs of sending their child to our school.