Physics (including Advanced Placement)
Boston Trinity Academy, Boston, MA
This full time position will include AP Physics 1 and sections of non-AP Physics. Apart from the various preparations necessary for producing dynamic, challenging, and inspiring classes, all teachers have a range of duties.
- Participation in and contribution to the life of the department and broader faculty whether through discussions about teaching, curriculum, or the latest developments in their disciplines;
- Willing and active engagement with students outside of class through regular availability for extra help, acting as an advisor, and running one significant extra activity (coaching, etc.);
- Willingness to explore and collaborate with fellow department members and the broader faculty to design and run the school’s annual interdisciplinary programs that bring social justice, leadership and the academic subjects together;
- Other duties that contribute to the smooth running of a busy and engaging school life are expected of all faculty as assigned.
Education and experience: A Bachelor’s degree in Physics or related field is a basic requirement. Preference is given to those with an advanced degree and/or experience teaching at the high school level. Additional preference given to those with experience in creating approvable AP syllabi.
Above all, the ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to inspire students to a love of science and a willingness to take risks to achieve excellent results beyond their imagined capacity.