Position Available: Canterbury School seeks an experienced Math teacher for employment beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must enjoy working with adolescents and must possess an exceptional work ethic and a sense of humor. Strong preference will be given to candidates with an advanced, subject-area degree and a minimum of five years of comparable teaching experience. Candidates must be able to teach Algebra 1 through Precalculus. The position includes dormitory duty, extra-curricular activities, and coaching. Preference given to those with collegiate crew or basketball coaching or playing experience
School Setting: Canterbury is a co-ed, boarding school located in northwestern Connecticut, approximately one hour northeast of New York City. The school is comprised of approximately 325 students of which two-thirds are boarding, possesses fine facilities and faculty housing, and is committed to the continuing education of the faculty. The campus and programs may be viewed at the school’s website, www.cbury.org.
How to Apply: Résumé, letter of interest, current transcript (which may be unofficial) and 2-3 letters of recommendation should be forwarded to Wright Danenbarger, Dean of Faculty, 101 Aspetuck Ave. New Milford, CT 06776 or emailed to email@example.com.
Canterbury School, in the treatment of employees and applicants for employment, is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination.
About Canterbury School
Founded in 1915 and still guided by lay Roman Catholics, Canterbury is a college preparatory, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12. The School prides itself on creating a community based on its Five Values – Honesty, Respect, Compassion, Spirituality, and Self-Reliance – where students and faculty forge lasting bonds and every student experiences a broad and challenging program in a small school setting. The School’s educational environment fosters academic rigor, athletic development, artistic enrichment, and spiritual growth and strives to ensure a superior experience that prepares students for leading colleges and universities and for life.
With its rigorous and humane approach to students, both in and out of the classroom, Canterbury’s program inculcates vital intellectual and ethical habits of mind. The School sees all students as individuals, encourages them as necessary, challenges them as appropriate, and inspires them to become moral leaders in a complex, secular world.