The Packer Collegiate Institute invites applicants interested in teaching Upper School Physics.
Applicants should possess:
Experience and demonstrated success in implementing on interactive, experiential learning and depth of understanding rather than breadth of coverage.
A strong and diverse background in science
Understanding of the cognitive, social and emotional development of Upper School math learners
A commitment to anti-bias and anti-racism work both inside and outside the math classroom as well as promoting an inclusive, just, and equitable school community
Comfort with and interest in working with students in an advisory capacity
A genuine desire to collaborate with colleagues
As Packer is a fully integrated laptop school, extensive experience with the use of computers and computer-based probes is strongly desired
Commitment to regular and ongoing collaboration with colleagues, curriculum development, and his/her own continued professional development.
Packer is a Physics First school, so experience teaching 9th grade physics is a plus.
Packer’s comprehensive commitment to diversity and equity requires all faculty members to actively and thoughtfully engage in work around identity, anti-racism, and inclusion. We actively encourage applications from candidates with broad and diverse backgrounds and from individuals of all races, nationalities, and beliefs.
Please send cover letter and resume to hr@Packer.edu with “job listing 36019 - Tentative” in the subject line. To be considered, materials submitted should be named: "Last name, First Name - Document Title."
About The Packer Collegiate Institute
Grounded in rich traditions while embracing the future, Packer is a diverse community that balances the value of scholarship and the intellect with the importance of meaningful and sustained relationships. Guided by dedicated adults, Packer students are challenged to develop talents, pursue aspirations, and become empathetic, responsible, globally-minded women and men.
We educate students to:
Act with Purpose and Heart