This position requires an innovative and highly collaborative person who embodies our mission and is passionate about working with our students and faculty. This individual will grow their practice through partnership with mentor teachers and administration. This candidate is qualified or earning qualifications in teaching. The primary role is to support students in providing personalized, inquiry-based learning opportunities. This person needs to be passionate about growing their professional teaching practice. Working as part of a team is crucial to each students’ social, emotional, and academic success. The ideal candidate will continually evolve the designing, organizing, and implementing of relevant curriculum in interdisciplinary ways.
BA or BS in Science, Math, or relevant Education or Technology.
A lifelong learner willing to balance past experience with the demands of a new environment.
Ability to work on multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, ensuring on-time delivery, accuracy and end-user satisfaction is expected.
A willingness to understand and support the school’s mission and vision, as well as recognize impact the climate and culture of the school have on the work of the School.
Demonstrate an understanding of the needs of various constituencies within the school community and the skills and attitude to deliver an exemplary experience to all stakeholders.
About Miami Country Day School
Miami Country Day School is an independent, college-preparatory, day school founded in 1938, dedicated to the development of The Whole Child. The school is committed to providing a uniquely diverse and enriching educational experience that is designed to prepare each student for success in college and to make a difference in life. In rigorous pursuit of excellence, Miami Country Day School provides a caring learning community focused on unleashing the potential of every student, every day.
Location: 601 Northeast 107 Street, Miami, FL 33161
Our Students & Faculty: 1280 students representing diverse backgrounds and cultures; Lower School, PreK3 through 5th grade; Middle School, 6th through 8th grade; Upper School, 9th through 12th grade; 123 full-time faculty, 56% hold advanced degrees; 21% represents over thirty-two countries