Haddonfield Friends School is seeking an experienced teacher for the Early Childhood Center (ECC) for the 2020-2021 school year. The qualified teacher will have an understanding of and affinity for Quaker philosophy, a strong desire to engage in lifelong learning, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
Applicants should supply the following:
A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:
email@example.com (Include ‘ECC Teacher’ in the subject line.)
Strong candidates will bring:
3-5 years teaching/assisting experience in the Early Childhood/Primary classroom
Ability to teach to the whole child, including enthusiasm for inquiry and project-based learning, field trip planning, and service integration
Openness to collaboration and planning with Early Childhood colleagues and faculty across all grade levels
Patience, a genuine understanding of child development and respectful behavior management strategies
A rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles and needs
Strong communication skills
Strong technology skills and experience with technology integration in the classroom
Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
An ability to meet varied tasks and responsibilities with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and humor
Early Childhood Certification Preferred
About Haddonfield Friends School
Haddonfield Friends School, a Pre-K through 8th grade school, is located on a five-acre campus in beautiful downtown Haddonfield, a small historic town in southern NJ approximately twenty minutes from Philadelphia. The school, found in 1786 by the Religious Society of Friends, views each child as a unique individual within the group and guides each toward achieving his or her own potential.
A vibrant community exists at HFS; students from all grades, youngest to oldest, interact in social and intellectual settings. Faculty and students together create an atmosphere of cooperation and respect in which all feel a sense of responsibility and worth.