The Spence School seeks a dynamic, passionate, growth-oriented mathematics teacher to join our innovative and highly collaborative department. This position represents an exciting opportunity to join a team engaged in the ongoing refinement of a rigorous, problem-centered approach whose foundation is the abiding belief that all students can solve complex problems.
Teach four sections of Middle School or Upper School Mathematics
Collaborate in teaching teams to design curriculum, assessments, and teaching methods
Participate in department-wide initiatives about issues of equity, pedagogy, and curriculum
Support students weekly in the math lab
Serve as Middle or Upper School advisor
Finds joy in working with children and in school life
Approaches work with optimism, energy, kindness, and a sense of humor
Demonstrates cultural competency and skills engaging with and learning from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences
Supports Spence’s commitment to equity
Demonstrates pedagogical skill, an appreciation for the science and the craft of teaching, and love of mathematics as a discipline
Demonstrates an understanding of and commitment to problem-centered mathematics instruction
Regards collaboration as an essential component of professional growth and values working on a team
Enjoys a commitment that extends beyond the classroom, including contributions to the larger school community
Possesses a mathematics degree or equivalent experience
Has sustained experience teaching Middle or Upper School Mathematics
Spence is committed to an equitable program and a diverse faculty and student body. We therefore actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds.
Applicants should email cover letter and resume as a single file in PDF format—please include the applicant’s name in the file name—to firstname.lastname@example.org (no phone calls, please).
About The Spence School
The Spence School, founded in 1892, is an independent school for girls and young women with an enrollment of 750 students in Grades K–12.
Spence is committed to an equitable and inclusive program and a diverse faculty, staff and student body. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.