Manlius Pebble Hill School (MPH) seeks an experienced and dynamic early learning educator to join us as a lead teacher in one of our Lower School classrooms for the 2021-2022 school year. The only Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 12 independent school in Central New York, MPH provides the guidance and resources for students to develop and pursue their interests in a healthy and engaging educational setting. Our small class sizes result in transformative relationships between students and faculty, which strengthen character, build resilience, and foster self-confidence. Our mission is “to inspire our students to think critically, act responsibly, and discover a passion for lifelong learning.”
With primarily in-person instruction, MPH teachers prioritize the importance of building relationships with students in an intellectually playful environment that seeks to deepen engagement and perspective. We seek candidates who can enhance our co-curricular offerings in athletics, the performing arts, and other activities within and beyond the school day. In addition to teaching, the ideal candidate will be creatively responsive to student needs and have a demonstrated willingness to participate in the life of the school.
The responsibilities of this position will include working with children, teachers, and parents to contribute to a supportive, dynamic environment that is responsive to student needs and interests. A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree and/or teaching experience at the early elementary level is preferred. The MPH Lower School follows the Science of Reading as well as Singapore Math (using the Math in Focus program). Training will be provided and prior experience with either or both is ideal, but not required.
This full-time position offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Candidates should email a cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy, and contact information for four professional references to Head of Lower School, Amy Terpening Abdo, at email@example.com.
A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree and/or teaching experience at the early elementary level is preferred.