World Academy is always interested in hearing from degreed, certified teachers with an interest in teaching in any of our accredited programs. Successful World Academy Teacher applicants work well in a team environment. They are flexible in the ways necessary to meet the needs of our families and especially careful to make every day a positive experience for each and every child in our program.
Mathematics Teacher/Department Head
World Academy is currently seeking an innovative educator with experience teaching upper level students with a focus on Mathematics. Ability to formulate forward thinking, interdisciplinary curriculum is important. Applicants must be able to instruct students, ensuring that each individual is provided with the knowledge, proficiencies, and experiences to become successful, contributing global citizens. Experience in standards-based and project based instruction and assessment is desired.
The ideal candidates should be leaders in the field and will be expected to teach/supervise a range of subjects with a focus on Mathematics, such as Geometry and Algebra, and possible electives. They will be responsible for providing instruction that enhances critical thinking skills, contributes to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences, and provides a safe learning environment. The applicants will also be expected to work with our top Administrative Team to develop a top notch Math Department.
Candidates must hold at least a Bachelor's degree and possess a valid NH or MA teacher certification (or from a state with recognized reciprocity for either) in Elementary Education K-8 or Mathematics (5-8/ 5-12). New Hampshire Highly Qualified Teacher status, or its equivalent from another state, is a plus.
The breadth of experiences include, but are not limited to: the ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with teachers, students, and parents; providing project-based learning; demonstrating knowledge of 21st century learning, educational techniques and methods; adapting to students' individual learning styles; creating learning activities and curriculum with resources that correlate with instructional objectives; the ability to effectively integrate appropriate technology and effectively integrate curricula with other disciplines; implementing a behavior management program for students in order to assist them in demonstrating responsible behavior; utilizing homework as a tool for the reinforcement of classroom instruction or ability to support a flipped classroom; supervising or assisting with relevant field trips and extracurricular programs for the benefit of the school; and performing related duties as assigned.
Professional obligations of teachers at World Academy are supported and met through continuous pursuit of new understanding of teaching and learning, reflection on personal practices and beliefs and through efficient work habits for planning lessons, meeting deadlines and honoring schedules. This position calls for a mission-driven educator with a unique calling to engage with students in making content and skills come to life and instilling in them a lifelong passion for learning. Educators should also be committed to supporting and celebrating students through advisory, moderating clubs and activities, and possibly attending athletic events.
We value those who value our students and are committed to providing good compensation in addition to a valuable opportunity for making a difference in the world. Our teachers have the freedom to do what they do best in a supportive, joyful climate and culture! We will make sure you can meet with other teachers to see what they feel is the World Academy difference! Come join us!
Candidates will be considered as they apply. Selected applicants will be called to interview. Send resume with a letter of intent to Beverly Rose, email@example.com and/or Marie Kirk, firstname.lastname@example.org. Benefits and salary commensurate with experience and education. World Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Begin your Career with World Academy!! Be a full-time substitute in our accredited program for Infants through Grade 8 and learn what ages you truly enjoy and would like to work within the classroom. Most of our staff have been substitutes first to work their way into our wonderful school as full-time teachers. The variation each day keeps life interesting as you learn the ropes and find out about our great climate and culture. Must be available from 6:30am to 6:00pm to work an 8 hour day every day.
Ideal candidate will hold 9 credits in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education, including 3 credits in Child Growth and Development OR be in the process of obtaining credits, in which World Academy will be willing to help you achieve. Knowledge of NAEYC/NEASC criteria is a plus.
World Academy offers qualified teachers very competitive salary, benefits, professional development opportunities, and a nurturing work environment.
Candidates will be eligible for:
- Health and dental benefits
- Educational benefits and professional development support. For the right candidate, World Academy will pay for the individual to obtain their Child Development Associate (CDA)
- Paid sick and personal time
- Participation in employee-sponsored 401K through ADP available after 30 days of employment.
- Onsite Professional development opportunities
- Opportunities for professional growth through community involvement
If you are interested in teaming with a fun, passionate and highly qualified group of early childhood professionals, World Academy is the place for you!
If you would like to be considered to become a part of our educated, fun and fearless group of "friends," and want to continually pursue ways to make each day, and our entire program, better then please send your resume to Brooke Shaw or attach it to the form below.