Full health benefits with 100% of premiums paid by the employer is available for this position.
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 137
La Pietra - Hawaii School for Girls seeks applicants for school year 2022-2023 for a part-time (0.67 FTE with benefits) middle school Math/Science teacher. The ideal candidate will hold a degree in the subject area or a related field, have teaching experience with both middle school students, preferably in an independent school, and be knowledgeable of best practices in education.
Teach up to three sections per term within a 4 x 4 block schedule
Courses scheduled in the current school year include: 6th grade Science; 7th grade Math; and 8th grade Science
Broad experience providing flexibility in potential course offerings would be beneficial as teaching lines could be modified in future years depending on the needs of the students
Serve as a homeroom teacher and class advisor
Contribute to the school’s co-curricular program, e.g. as an athletic coach or club sponsor. In the upcoming year, we anticipate openings for Science Olympiad and various club advisors.
Work with students, families, and school staff to promote student success and ensure student well-being
Participate in and contribute to general faculty work, such as meetings, planning, student supervision, and professional development
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in subject area, Education, or related field
Evidence demonstrating successful experience in teaching any of the grade levels listed above, with a focus on middle school and a willingness to teach both middle school and high school grade levels
Evidence demonstrating contributions to a school environment beyond classroom instruction
Evidence demonstrating a successful track record as a positive, charismatic adult presence in the lives of young people, with an awareness of the role boundaries between teacher, student, and parent
Evidence demonstrating a successful track record as a positive, productive colleague in working with other adults in a school setting
Understanding and appreciation of the culture, history, and diversity of Hawai‘i
A personal demeanor that demonstrates empathy, industriousness, and kindness
Physical presence and ability to begin working in Hawai‘i no later than July 25, 2022
Advanced degree in subject area, Education, or related field
Evidence of a successful track record of teaching in both middle and high school grade levels
Understanding and appreciation of single-gender school contexts, particularly an all-girls independent school
Previous experience as a faculty advisor of a school club or coach of a team
Evidence demonstrating additional expertise in any of the following fields: general educational research; learning neuroscience; educational psychology; curriculum and instruction; diversity, equity, and inclusion; educational technology implementation; or career experience in an area unrelated to teaching that enriches instructional practice
Prolonged periods of sitting or standing
Limited physical effort required
Work is normally performed in an office environment; may occasionally be outdoors
TO BE CONSIDERED, interested applicants should submit the following to Dawn Ijiri:
a cover letter indicating interest and describing potential fit
Materials may be submitted either by completing the information below and attaching the necessary documents OR by sending documents via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the term “SY 22-23 MS Math/Science” in email subject field.