Solebury School is potentially seeking a qualified, full-time Math and Science teacher to teach a range of classes, including Physics, Chemistry and a variety of Math classes. This position will start on or around August 24, 2020.
Teach two sections of High School Science classes, including Chemistry and Physics (levels vary between Intro to AP) and two or three sections of High School Mathematics classes
Lead two trimesters of after-school activities
Be on duty several weekends overseeing boarding students
Contribute to the Solebury community outside of the classroom i.e. leading a club, attending events
Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics or Science-related field
Demonstrated experience teaching Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics
A passion for working with students of all abilities
Ability to collaborate within and beyond the department
Innovative beyond the textbook
Communicate ideas and expectations clearly
Maintain close relationships with families
Committed to continuing professional development
A Master’s Degree in Math or Science-related field
Boarding and/or independent school experience
Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
Ability to exert physical effort in work, including stooping, kneeling, lifting, carrying, and pushing of materials weighing up to 30 pounds
Valid driver’s license required
Please submit resume and cover letter to Rick Tony, Director of Studies. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Interviews will begin as soon as possible. Submit via email to email@example.com or mail to: Solebury School Attention: Rick Tony 6832 Phillips Mill Road New Hope, PA 18938 Solebury school seeks teachers who enjoy being a part of a culture of learning, where they are always striving to improve their teaching through feedback and self-evaluation. In our students we value intellectual challenge and academic achievement while having a mutual respect between students and teachers.
About Solebury School
Solebury School is a co-ed private, college preparatory, day and boarding school with 235 students, grades 7 - 12, located on a bucolic 90-acre campus in New Hope, PA.