This full-time position represents an extraordinary chance to help shape a school that is changing the world. With mentorship from experienced SEGL faculty and the Founder and Head of School, this position offers an opportunity for a first year teacher to work with outstanding students both inside and outside the classroom, and to take on meaningful and instructive administrative roles. In this position you will work primarily with our current math teacher to develop a Precalculus and Calculus curriculum, to teach and co-teach those courses, and to provide student assessments and feedback in those subjects.
Developing and delivering curricula that are responsive to the needs of all of our students and the requirements of the mathematics programs of their home schools. In addition to two sections of Calculus (AP-aligned AB and BC sections), this includes a general precalculus class. Though most students will be studying some form of precalculus, the class must be aligned with the curricula of several home schools, and students will likely be studying a range of material, from intermediate algebra to introductory calculus.
Twelve to fifteen hours per week of classroom teaching and/or co-teaching
Administrative preparation involving grading and other student feedback, and professional development
Working with the Residential Team on student life programming
Living in an on-campus apartment
2-3 student advisees each semester
Regular evening and weekend dormitory supervision
Additional administrative/residential responsibilities as determined during the hiring process
Each faculty member at SEGL also takes on important administrative responsibilities to support the school. These may include assistance with the food program, assisting the Head of School, and/or managing our operations efforts
Additional Salary Information: Entry level position. Full health benefits included. Rent-free apartment in our student dormitory included.
About The School for Ethics and Global Leadership
The School for Ethics and Global Leadership (SEGL) is a selective, semester-long residential program for motivated high school juniors from across the United States. We select students who have shown outstanding character, promise for leadership, and scholastic ability; our students also reflect the racial, socioeconomic, and geographic diversity of the United States.
SEGL provides our students with a unique curriculum emphasizing ethical thinking skills, leadership development, and international affairs. Our location in Washington, DC and Johannesburg, South Africa and our affiliations with noted institutions and individuals ensure our students have access to the best our nation’s capital has to offer.