The Awty International School seeks an Upper School Science Teacher to teach Biology and Chemistry for the 2020-2021 school year and beyond. The school is looking for an experienced teacher comfortable teaching Biology and Chemistry across a variety of grade levels. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a commitment to and experience teaching in a diverse, multicultural environment.
At Awty, we believe that students learn best and faculty perform best in a culture of vibrant diversity. Diversity is an essential quality of our school environment; our commitment to learning and the pursuit of excellence can occur only in such a context. It helps us guide our students to become responsible world citizens. Our commitment to learning about and respecting one another’s diversity brings distinct richness to the Awty experience for students, alumni, employees, and parents.
*It is anticipated that some classes will be in French program; the course may be taught in English. We want individuals who can work collaboratively in a culture that promotes academic rigor and success for all its students. We will consider all qualified candidates who have a demonstrated ability to be an exceptional teacher.
The salary is competitive. Benefits include medical insurance, a dental plan, retirement contributions, disability and life insurance.
BA or equivalent in a science field, preferably with some Biology and/or Chemistry in the degree
Three years’ teaching experience in 6-12 grades
A Master’s Degree with a concentration in Science, plus a teaching (or Education) qualification
Bilingual, preferably in English and French*
Experience teaching Upper School Biology and/or Chemistry (at AP and/or IB Levels)
Experience teaching in a diverse, multicultural environment
Comfortable designing and supervising labs and hands-on learning experiences
Has experience with and is committed to a rigorous academic program
Internal Number: 1270
About The Awty International School
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