Manlius Pebble Hill School (MPH) seeks a creative, innovative, and student-centered technology educator to join the Computer & Information Science Department. As the only Pre-kindergarten - Grade 12 independent school in Central New York, MPH offers project-based courses designed to teach students the value of technology as it relates to self-expression, entrepreneurship, and engineering. Additional focus is also placed on productivity and online safety, to ensure that students understand the impact digital interactions have on the real world.?
The computer technology teacher will instruct three to four classes each semester to students in grades 6 through 12. Teacher responsibilities will also include providing professional support to colleagues as needed. Courses and projects are designed to aid students in learning new tools and see the real-world applicability of their studies. Class topics include: programming, video production, 3D modeling, social media marketing, live streaming, productivity tools, and current trends in technology. The educator must be well versed in technology in its various forms, and demonstrate a willingness and enthusiasm toward learning new software and hardware as they evolve.??
Manlius Pebble Hill’s focus on student academic, social, and emotional development shows in teachers’ daily interaction with students. The Middle and Upper School computer technology teacher must have experience connecting and building relationships with students in the classroom. The position requires the ability to teach and contextualize media tools to make them accessible to students of varying skill levels while maintaining a professional, high-achieving, and approachable classroom.
This full-time position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package with the potential for growth depending on experience and qualifications. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send a cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy, and contact information for four professional references to Head of Upper School Mr. Fred Montas, Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A bachelor’s degree is required, but a master’s degree with graduate coursework in media development, computer science, or a related field is preferred.