Ensworth School seeks an experienced English teacher to join its high school faculty. The ideal applicant will have three or more years of teaching experience in a variety of high school English courses and the demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with students and colleagues. Flexibility in teaching core courses in both world and American literature and across a range of elective options is highly desired, as is the ability to work with a range of learners. Strong pedagogical content knowledge and proficiency with educational technology are essential, as is a growth mindset. Above all, the successful applicant will have demonstrated a commitment to the principles expressed in the Ensworth Vision Statement, executing their role with moral integrity, intellectual vitality, discipline, compassion, humor, and joy. Click here for full description
About Ensworth School
Ensworth is a kindergarten through twelfth grade, coeducational independent school. The School promotes academic excellence and inspires students to be intellectually curious, to use their talents to the fullest, to be people of integrity, and to be contributors to society. Located on two campuses in Nashville, Tennessee, Ensworth enrolls approximately 1,140 students and serves families in more than 50 zip codes. Ensworth is recognized among the leading independent schools in the nation. The school’s challenging academic program is embedded in a culture of support and encouragement and reflects a commitment to the core skills of observation, collaboration, communication, analysis, questioning, evaluation, and most importantly, the application of knowledge. Graduates have the adaptability, resilience, and resourcefulness necessary for success in the 21st century and are not only prepared to meet the demands of the future but are also imbued with a sense of purpose and service to others. Ensworth School is an extraordinary place to work and seeks employees who are passionate about learning and motivated by the opportunity to awaken that passion in students.