St. Richard’s Episcopal School in Indianapolis, Indiana is currently seeking a full-time Lower Division teacher for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The Lower Division consists of grades 1-4.
MISSION & DESCRIPTION
The Mission of St. Richard’s Episcopal School is to instill knowledge and values for a lifetime. St. Richard’s provides a timeless, challenging curriculum that embraces diversity while developing global citizens, socially, emotionally, physically, spiritually and intellectually.
RICHARD’S IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER It is the policy of this organization to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religious belief, sex, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under applicable local, state, or federal law. St. Richard’s is committed to fostering a community where all people are respected, valued, treated equitably, and expected to share the responsibility of upholding diversity, equity and inclusion.
Interested applicants should complete an employment application by May 14, 2021 which includes uploading a resume and cover letter. Additionally, please send an introductory email to the Head of Early Childhood and Lower Divisions Mrs. Cherie Bowen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
This successful candidate should possess the following:
Preferred three years or more of lead teaching experience with elementary school children (beyond student teaching requirements) and a minimum of bachelor’s degree - master’s degree preferred (in the field of education).
A strong understanding of the unique learning needs of students and ability to differentiate instruction to meet these needs.
A sensitivity and knowledge of the needs of a diverse community and the ability and commitment to work effectively with students, parents, teachers, and other stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.
Knowledge and experience teaching various subject matter (English/Language Arts, Math, Science)
The intentional use of best instructional strategies and applications.
The ability to develop, implement, and analyze curriculum.
The ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a member of the faculty to support students and colleagues.
A positive, respectful and effective approach to classroom management.
An ability to communicate effectively with the entire school community including students, colleagues, parents, support staff and administration.
A willingness and the ability to engage in learning experiences and professional development beyond the classroom.
A willingness and responsibility to uphold the mission of the school.
About St. Richard's Episcopal School
When St. Richard’s Episcopal School opened its doors in 1960 at 33rd and Meridian Streets, it welcomed a single kindergarten class of 18 students. The school started as the first integrated independent school in Indianapolis and today continues that welcoming community with a racially, socially, religiously, and ethnically diverse student body of around 300 students. The school strives for academic excellence through its classic curriculum with innovative teaching methods; it also provides preparation and knowledge in areas such as faith, leadership, civic responsibility, and global readiness.
St. Richard’s offers a rigorous academic curriculum, three world languages, public speaking and leadership opportunities, a strong fine arts program and organized athletics for continued lifetime success. Forming students of outstanding scholastic achievement and noble character continues to be the hallmark of St. Richard’s Episcopal School.
St. Richard's is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of this company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religious belief, sex, gender identity, age, national origi...n, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under applicable local, state, or federal law. St. Richard’s is committed to fostering a community where all people are respected, valued, treated equitably, and expected to share the responsibility of upholding diversity, equity and inclusion.