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History/Humanities Teacher

Start Date
January 7, 2019
Position Type
Full-time
Positions Available
1

Map Academy’s faculty and staff are open-minded, forward-thinking, collaborative lifelong learners who thrive in a fast-paced, iterative atmosphere. We trust that you know your content; how you build relationships and engage students is most important.

Do you have:

  • The ability to inspire, motivate, and build relationships with a wide variety of students, families, community members, and peers?
  • Persistence, zeal, humor, and an entrepreneurial spirit that will make you an important part of a new mission-driven school?
  • The belief that every student can succeed, along with the drive and patience to provide relentless support to help students overcome barriers and forge pathways to success?
  • The confidence to be a role model and the humility to understand the weight of that responsibility?
  • The creative energy and drive to wear multiple hats as part of a small staff?

Do you:

  • Take initiative, go above and beyond expectations to achieve exceptional outcomes and results?
  • Exhibit calmness under pressure, and resilience in overcoming setbacks?
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, iterative atmosphere in which failures are opportunities to learn and grow?
  • Possess a strong knowledge of curriculum and instruction?
  • Exhibit a strong work ethic, flexibility and enthusiasm?

Job Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 years of teaching or other relevant experience required.
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively and build relationships with students, families and colleagues.
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree strongly preferred.
  • Experience with competency-based and/or interdisciplinary instruction and assessment strongly preferred.
  • Appropriate MA license in high school content area required. Multiple certifications, particularly in Special Education strongly preferred.
  • Sense of humor and relentless optimism to bring joy to challenging work.
  • Passion and experience cultivating success in students who have disengaged from or dropped out of other educational environments.
  • An innovative spirit, growth mindset and the confidence to embrace the challenge of creating a totally new high school.
  • An open mind that embraces learning and collaboration and willingness to absorb feedback in order to continually improve.
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