Physics Teacher

Position Description: Heritage Hall seeks a Physics teacher for a full-time position in the upper school Science department (Physics, AP Physics). Duties begin in early August 2019. The position includes teaching up to five sections in a 1:1 digital environment (one laptop for every student). All classes are taught in small sections of 15 to 20 students. Classes meet for four 70 minute instructional periods four times in an eight day cycle.

Other Responsibilities: In addition to teaching responsibilities, faculty at Heritage Hall may coach or supervise a variety of activities typical to a private day school environment, including advising, coaching, committee work, and supervisory duties. The candidate may be invited to sponsor an activity in an area of interest.

Education: An advanced degree in the subject area is preferred but not necessary.

Experience: Teaching experience is preferred. Experience with the AP Physics curriculum is a plus. Familiarity with technology, knowledge of current pedagogy, and project-based learning are preferred. As part of a school, the candidate should possess a passion for making a positive impact on the lives and learning of adolescents and an eagerness to work within a diverse student body of under 400 students.

Salary: Competitive with other area schools.

Procedure: Candidates should forward electronically a cover letter and CV with an Employment Application and letter of inquiry to Mr. Nick Carter, Assistant Headmaster, and cc to Mr. Mark Rauch. The subject line in the email should be titled Physics Teacher.
Heritage Hall is committed to a diverse community that promotes fairness, tolerance, and equal treatment and opportunities for all. With regard to hiring, student admission, allocation of financial aid, and educational policy, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs, social or financial status.
Heritage Hall is an AA/EOE.