• Teach five sections of upper school mathematics utilizing research-based best practices in mathematics education including courses in Algebra 1 through Calculus.
  • Plan and implement effective standards-based lessons and units.
  • Use a variety of assessments to measure and respond to student learning and engagement.
  • Create a positive and safe classroom culture and community.
  • Use ICS technology systems including the School’s Learning Management System to provide students with course materials and feedback, and as needed, to teach students in a virtual and/or hybrid-flexible mode.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in designing curriculum and instruction.
  • Maintain positive relationships with students, parents, and staff members.
  • Work with the Upper School Principal and faculty to ensure high quality education and an engaging experience for students
  • Write student reports as required
  • Serve as an academic advisor to a group of students
  • Attend all divisional, departmental, and school faculty meetings including professional development days
  • Desire to be actively engaged in the work of innovative teaching, diversity and inclusion, and ongoing professional growth
  • Other duties such as lunch/study hall/chaperoning/etc as assigned by Upper School Principal


  • Knowledge of best practices in mathematics education.
  • Resilient, mission-driven, and proactive in creating and implementing an innovative and research-based mathematics curriculum.
  • Collaborative by nature, and an effective communicator with students, teachers, administrators, and families.
  • Proficient user of technology.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • 3-5 years of teaching experience (preferred but not required.)
  • Genuine excitement for working with students.
  • College degree, preferably advanced degree, in mathematics or a related field.
  • Educational philosophy which aligns with the mission and core values of ICS.


Competitive salary depending on exact hours, education and experience. Excellent benefit package including life, health and dental coverage. Partial tuition remission for children attending Indian Creek School.

Indian Creek School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Working conditions

  • School environment including indoor and outdoor activities
  • Physical Demands:
    • Read handwritten documents and other records or reports
    • Exchange information in person, by computer, or on the telephone
    • Sitting or standing for extended periods of time
    • Some light lifting, carrying, bending
    • Mobility to ensure supervision of students both in and outside of the building, including on playground equipment and on field trips
  • All employees must have a clear state and federal background check prior to hire; our Director of Business and Finance will provide selected candidates with instructions about how to satisfy this requirement at the school's expense.