Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Teach two sections each of Honors Physics, teach one section of AP Physics: Mechanics, and teach one section of AP Physics: Electricity and Magnetism, including all elements of instructional planning, implementation, and assessment.
Serve as advisor for a group of 6-8 students, providing guidance in academic, extracurricular, social, and personal areas and serve as the school’s key liaison to parents.
Dormitory or evening study hall supervision duty two nights per week and approximately five weekends per year.
Supervise one extracurricular activity for a season (fall, winter, or spring).
Attend all faculty meetings, department meetings, and other meetings as required.
Attend all school functions: chapels, assemblies, occasional meals and evening duties.
Complete grades/comments, advisor letters, and other forms of academic communication in a timely, professional manner.
Promote the development of character, community, and curiosity in all dealings with students, including enforcing school rules.
Pursue opportunities for professional growth on an annual basis.
Holderness School is committed to being a community that celebrates and supports diversity in its many forms because multiple perspectives and experiences are vital to educational excellence and strengthen our community. Diversity refers to the human facets of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, and socioeconomic status. Holderness strives to create opportunities for cooperation, to broaden the educational experience of all students, and to enrich the lives of all community members.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Holderness School
Located amid the lakes and mountains of central New Hampshire since
1879, Holderness School is a traditional co-ed independent secondary
school, serving grades 9-12. Holderness strives to strike a balance in
fostering the resources of the mind, body, and spirit: the mind through a
challenging college preparatory curriculum; the body through outdoor
activities and required interscholastic athletics; and the spirit through
school and community service and affiliation with the Episcopal Church.
Holderness remains by choice a small school where everybody plays an
important role, and where students, faculty, and staff maintain close