Job Title: Middle School/Upper School Math Teacher
Position Type: Faculty, Non-exempt, Full time 10 mo.
Reports To: Middle School or Upper School Division Head
Closing Date: When Filled
Start Date: August 2018 for 2018-2019 academic year
Salary: Dependent on Experience
Application: Accepted at http://www.tbcs.org/jobs
The Bear Creek School is a classical Christian School for Preschool – 12th grade. We are a nondenominational, private, day school accredited by the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS). Please see our website, www.tbcs.org, for additional information.
Teaches all math courses using a Christian, Classical Education model to implement an individualized, highly academic, enriched curriculum. Teaches all subjects and approaches daily activities from a Christian Worldview.
Subject Specific Responsibilities
Teach math classes as needed in the Middle or Upper School, ranging from Pre-Algebra through Calculus
Teach math technology (graphing calculators and computer software) as appropriate in the curriculum
The ideal candidate will also have an ability and willingness to teach basic courses in Computer Programming, Engineering/Robotics, or other applied technology
Prepare weekly lesson plans, available for review by division head and department chair
Maintain classroom management conducive to learning
Actively ensure academic growth in every student by utilizing a variety of instructional techniques
Inform Division Head and parents of student’s academic or behavioral difficulties, work together as a team to plan and implement success strategies
Keep accurate attendance records
Complete progress and grade reports for each student in a timely manner using school guidelines
Keep accurate and detailed records of each student’s progress to substantiate reports
Arrange and direct field trips as appropriate
Participate in collaborative evaluation processes with division head and VP for Academic Affairs
Collaborate with department chairs and faculty to develop and coordinate specific plans for implementing school curriculum and policy
Increase professional knowledge by participating in professional development opportunities
Attend weekly teachers’ or departmental meetings
Attend school events outside regular school hours including, but not limited to: ice breakers, curriculum night, new family events, fine & performing arts performances, student socials, open houses, & professional development sessions
Provide supervision for an advisory group, break periods, or other supervision as necessary
Participate in and give input on policy and curriculum decisions; staff and faculty selection; end-of-year evaluative discussions
Request authorization for all expenditures
Provide division head with list of specific curriculum purchases necessary for upcoming school year
Dress in a professional manner
Keep classroom neat and pleasant in appearance
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
A degree in the specific content area and/or a teaching credential preferred
Experience working with post-elementary students preferred
Familiarity with classical methodology and Christian Worldview integration preferred
Critical Performance Competencies
Positive support of the school’s policies and practices
Work collaboratively in a professional organization
Truthful, positive, and purposeful when communicating with others
Able to use strong written and oral communication skills to transfer thoughts and express ideas
Flexible and adaptable in dealing with new, different or changing requirements
Maintain confidentiality and security of information.
Hold self and others accountable to accomplish results
Effective in handling multiple concurrent tasks
Familiar with Microsoft Word and Outlook, ability to learn and work with the school’s integrated data-based software package as needed
Adhere to biblical standards in all areas of conduct
Requires standing for long periods of time.
Able to make visual and auditory evaluation of student work and performance
The Bear Creek School is an equal opportunity employer and is required by law to perform background checks on selected qualified candidates. All employees of The Bear Creek School must agree to carry out their responsibilities in a manner that is consistent with The Bear Creek School’s Mission Statement, Statement of Faith, Employee Handbook, and conduct themselves in a manner consistent with Biblical standards.
The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws.
Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an “at-will” basis.
All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees and students.
Additional Salary Information: DOE
About The Bear Creek School
The Bear Creek School is a classical, Christian school located on what is called the Eastside in the greater Seattle area. At the Redmond Campus on Union Hill, there are two buildings where our K-8 and 9-12 students attend class. Our Preschool students attend class at Valley Campus near Perrigo Park (also in Redmond). See the Contact Us page for location details. Our class sizes are exceptionally small in order to facilitate a better teacher to student ratio, with usually no more than 18 students in a classroom. Bear Creek employs 150-180 professionals with approximately 70 of those being teachers.
The Bear Creek School is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and is committed to treating all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, citizenship, veteran or marital status, sensory, physical or mental disability. This equal opportunity policy covers various aspects of treatment of employees and applicants, including employment opportunities, compensation, hours of work, conditions of employment, promotions, demotions, training, transfers, recruitment, advertising, layoff, and termination.