Marymount School seeks dynamic aspiring assistant teachers who love working with children and have earned at least a bachelor’s degree (not necessarily in education) and are eager to be mentored by expert teachers. Assistant teachers need to be open to growth and interested in learning. They work directly with the homeroom teacher on all aspects of the curriculum and also accompany the students to specials classes. Experience with Responsive Classroom, the Teachers College Reading and Writing Program, Handwriting Without Tears, and Singapore Math are helpful but not required. This is generally a one- to two-year position. This is an excellent way to begin your teaching career in a supportive and innovative community.
The co-director of college counseling shares responsibility for guiding students and parents through the successful transition to post-secondary education. In this collaborative model, the co-directors are expected to establish a team environment to include the divisional head and director of academic programs, and share responsibilities, tasks, and leadership. Co-directors establish and maintain successful relationships with colleges and universities across the country and are active members of professional organizations. Extraordinary interpersonal and organizational skills are essential to the role. For more details and information on how to apply, please click here.
Marymount School of New York seeks a full- or part-time creative technologist for the 2020-21 school year.
The main roles of the Creative Technologist include:
Teaching 3 or 4 high school classes in digital arts and computer science
Managing the Upper School makerspace
Offering creative technology support to students and teachers in the Upper School division
The ideal candidate demonstrates a commitment to Maker education; has experience working in an experiential learning environment; is comfortable with the use of hand tools, electronics, computer software and hardware, and various other technologies; as well as an effective collaborator with strong communication skills.
Marymount seeks educators who are committed to learning and teaching in a collaborative, dynamic environment. Faculty are expected to be active participants in the School community as well as innovative instructors in their respective classrooms. As Marymount is an Apple Distinguished School, with 1:1+ program (iPads in the N-V and MacBook Airs in VI-XII), all teachers are expected to be comfortable using educational technology daily. With the School's modified block schedule in each of its four divisions (instructional periods of 50-80 minutes in the Lower and Lower Middle Schools and 60 or 75 minutes in the Upper Middle and Upper Schools), teachers are expected to have a range of appropriate instructional practices in their repertoire and be equipped to differentiate instruction to reach a range of learning styles.
Marymount School seeks an experienced educator to teach French to students in grades 5-8. Class V French is a trimester course introducing the study of French language and culture to all students. Beginning in Class VI students elect to study either French, Spanish, or Latin for their Upper Middle School (UMS) years. The expectation of Marymount’s UMS language program is to have students well prepared to enter high school level II. Classes are conducted in the target language, and are expected to have facility with a broad range of pedagogical practices, including the willingness and ability to teach with varied technological tools. A master's degree and experience teaching middle or high school students is required.
Marymount School seeks an experienced Head Teacher to lead a Lower Mid (Grades 3-5) homeroom. Experience teaching lower school or middle school aged children is a requirement, and ideally the candidate holds a master's degree in a specialized subject and/or in education/pedagogy. In the Lower Mid division, head teachers are the lead instructors for mathematics, language arts, and social studies. With a 1:1 iPad program, all Lower Mid educators are expected to be adept at using interactive technologies for lessons, activities, and assignments. Experience with Singapore Math and the Judith Hochman approach to expository writing a plus.
Marymount School seeks an experienced teacher to teach English and history in our Upper Middle School division. Candidates should be actively interested in collaborative and innovative teaching and learning. An interest in project-based learning and technology integration is a plus, as Marymount students use various technologies to support their learning, including 1:1 macBooks and a FabLab. Ideal candidates are comfortable creating differentiated, student-centered lessons that develop students' skills in close reading, critical thinking, and creative/analytical writing. Experience teaching in a middle school is a requirement, and ideally the candidate holds a master's degree in English/English education or history/history education.
Marymount School seeks a full-time Math Specialist for our Lower Mid division (Grades 3-5). We seek a flexible, dynamic educator who will work directly with students in the classroom, as well as in curriculum design and teacher support. The ability to differentiate instruction to a range of learners is essential, as is the willingness to collaborate with a team of colleagues. Experience teaching Lower Middle School aged students and knowledge of the Singapore Math curriculum are required. A master’s degree in mathematics or teaching of mathematics is preferred. The ideal candidate will be able to:
Design and implement whole class math lessons supporting the Singapore Math: Math in Focus Curriculum
Plan with grade level teams
Provide both enrichment and support for various students in whole group, small group, and one-on-one settings
Marymount School of New York seeks a dynamic, flexible, and collaborative mathematics teacher to join our team. We welcome applicants with a genuine passion for mathematics who love working with young people in a school community.
Teaching responsibilities include four sections of Upper School mathematics, such as Algebra, Geometry, Precalculus, and/or Calculus. Collaboration with fellow teachers and an interest in curriculum design and development are essential. As Marymount values innovation and inter-disciplinary thinking, candidates should be open to exploring applications of math in the fields of science, computing, and engineering. Full-time Upper School teachers also serve as academic advisors to approximately eight students and usually moderate at least one student club or activity.
We seek candidates with the following qualifications:
Master’s degree in mathematics or in the teaching of mathematics
Experience teaching high school mathematics
Ability to differentiate and vary instructional methods
Marymount School seeks an experienced religious studies teacher beginning in fall 2020 who is passionate about imparting a progressive Catholic education to middle and/or upper school girls from various faith traditions. Ideal candidates will be capable of teaching World Religions, Hebrew and Christian Scripture, Ethics, and the Catholic Sacraments. All Religious Studies faculty support Marymount’s campus ministry and sacramental formation programs and help prepare our students to take on leadership roles in liturgies, retreats, and social justice initiatives. We are looking for a person who takes the initiative to address pastoral care concerns. A master’s degree in theology, divinity, religious studies, or the equivalent is required. Relevant teaching experience and/or parish youth ministry experience is preferred.
Marymount School seeks an experienced, passionate, and knowledgeable science teacher for the Lower Middle School division. The Lower Mid science teacher connects student learning in the science lab to the world around them using a student-centered, inquiry-based, and hands-on model. We seek a teacher who will design stimulating and challenging investigations that develop students' ability to solve problems, work collaboratively, and think critically. As Marymount also values collaboration among teachers, we seek a candidate with strong communication skills, an interest in STEAM education, and the desire to build cross-curricular connections. Science teachers must also maintain a safe learning environment. A master’s degree in teaching with a background in science or science education is preferred.
Marymount School seeks an experienced science teacher to join its dynamic team of science educators. Courses may include life sciences, introductory or advanced biology, chemistry, and health. Ideal candidates are interested in helping students take intellectual risks and develop critical thinking skills. We seek teachers who are eager to collaborate with colleagues, who model lifelong learning, and who are passionate about innovative teaching. Marymount faculty are active participants in the school community, supporting students as advisors or club moderators, and taking an active role in school programs. A master's degree in a related field is required, as is experience teaching middle or high school students.
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As an Apple Distinguished School with a 1:1+ program, all teachers are expected to be comfortable using educational technology daily. With the School's modified block schedule, teachers are expected to have a range of appropriate instructional practices in their repertoire and be equipped to differentiate instruction to reach a range of learning styles.
Marymount School of New York is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender in our educational programs or employment practices.