Spanish Teacher

Title: Spanish Teacher (temporary/full-time)
Date: January 13, 2020
FLSA Classification: exempt, full-time, temporary
Reports To: World Languages Department Head & Director of Studies

Solebury School seeks a full-time Spanish teacher to teach four sections of Spanish for the Spring trimester of the 2020/21 school year. This is a temporary position. A qualified candidate will be fluent in Spanish, and be able to teach to remote and in-person students simultaneously.  This position starts on or about March 15, 2021, possibly sooner.

Essential Functions

  • Four classes taught in 50-80 minute blocks meeting 2-3 times per week in person, including in-person and remote learners
  • Available for office hours once per week for 45 minutes
  • Attending weekly faculty meetings and monthly department meetings
  • Contribute to the Solebury community outside of classroom teaching- i.e. leading a club, attending events

Qualifications and Expectations of a Solebury Faculty member
Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish or related field
  • Contribute to a distinctive and dynamic academic program
  • Familiarity with proficiency-oriented language curricula
  • Communicate ideas and expectations well
  • Inspire students to set and rise to rigorous expectations
  • Maintain close relationships with families
  • Self-motivated
  • Flexibility in teaching during a pandemic

Preferred

  • Master’s Degree or higher in Spanish or related field
  • Native or near-native proficiency in Spanish

Physical Requirements and Work Environment: (If necessary)

None

Please submit resume and cover letter to Rick Tony, Director of Studies. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Interviews will begin immediately. Submit via email to rtony@solebury.org

Solebury School seeks teachers who enjoy being a part of a culture of learning, where they are always striving to improve their teaching through feedback and self-evaluation. In our students we value intellectual challenge and academic achievement while having a mutual respect between students and teachers.