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POSITION TITLE: Upper School Japanese Language Teacher
POSITION STATUS: Part-time
At St. Andrew’s Schools, the Upper School Japanese Language teacher develops an inspiring, engaging, and challenging curriculum for middle and high school-aged students within a warm and nurturing learning environment.  The teacher develops unit and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives and facilitates learning by establishing a relationship with students through daily interaction.  The teacher is skilled in personalizing  instruction to inspire, engage, and challenge each child to amplify and realize her full potential in becoming a confident learner, creative thinker, and compassionate leader. She/he is knowledgeable about the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional developmental stages of adolescent children and skillfully engages in developmentally appropriate practices and adapts his/her instruction and his/her day-to-day engagement with students to meet every child’s needs in an all-girls context.

The classroom teacher is professional, collaborative, and supportive of the Upper School through her/his contributions. The teacher participates actively in professional development opportunities and reflective teaching practices; s/he is committed to working with all students and celebrates the diversity of St. Andrew’s Schools as reflected in our students, faculty, staff, and extended ‘ohana. She/he is comfortable managing the demands and pressures of the position.  Teachers at St. Andrew’s model flexibility, resilience, a growth mindset, mindfulness, and technological competence to our students in and outside the classroom. This position assumes that all general expectations and Basic Teacher Expectations (refer to Faculty Handbook) for all classroom teachers will be met.

Responsibilities

  • Adheres to and promotes the mission, vision, and educational philosophy of St. Andrew’s Schools.
  • Creates a vibrant, active, and engaging learning environment in and out of the classroom, using research-based, developmentally appropriate teaching methodologies to engender critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, problem solving, and communication skills.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of middle and high school Japanese language education curriculum and instructional methodologies and proven ability to modify and develop curricular materials.
  • Prepares course objectives and outlines course of study following curriculum guidelines, curriculum maps, and any school requirements as guided by the mission of St. Andrew’s Schools.
  • Integrates meaningful and appropriate use of technology within the curriculum and maintains and updates classroom Canvas (website) on a weekly basis.
  • Prepares and administers a variety of assessments; records results and provides timely feedback on students’ progress to students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Tailors instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners.
  • Creates a warm and welcoming learning environment by facilitating the creation of group agreements in the classroom and actively guiding and supporting student interactions and relationships.
  • Maintains order in the classroom and throughout common campus areas.
  • Communicates and collaborates with the counselor, team teachers, and principal  when students face academic and/or behavioral challenges.
  • Discusses students’ academic and behavioral progress and areas for growth with parents/guardians.
  • Maintains all records pertaining to student learning, attendance, and records of students’ progress.
  • Communicates (orally and in writing) with students, parents, administrators, and colleagues about curriculum, students,, and child development issues.
  • Demonstrates good judgment concerning sensitive information and maintains confidentiality when needed.
  • Displays a sensitive, cooperative and flexible demeanor in interactions with others.
  • Keeps current in contemporary pedagogical thinking, strategies and techniques by reading professional journals, and attendance at professional conferences, workshops and courses.
  • Demonstrates professionalism through reliability, punctuality, participation in meetings and staff development opportunities.
  • Demonstrates professionalism in personal appearance and self-care.
  • Maintains personal integrity and respectful attitude in professional relationships.
  • Communicates in a punctual. professional, and friendly manner with parents, colleagues, supervisors, and external community members.
  • Collaborates with all departments and offices as required.
  • Assumes other job-related duties assigned by the Upper School Principal

Qualifications

  • Ability to develop and implement curriculum, assessments, and utilize instructional best practices.
  • Proficient computer skills with experience in the use Microsoft Office,  Google tools, and Learning Management Systems and Student Information Systems such as Canvas and PowerSchool, and e-mail.
  • Knowledgeable about best practices in implementing educational technology in the classroom.
  • Completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Japanese, or equivalent in subject area; Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Proven years of experience working with adolescent children

Physical Requirements and Work Environment

  • Be able to occasionally lift and carry 10-15 lbs.
  • Regularly use close and distance vision.
  • Frequently stand and talk or hear and sometimes walk and sit.
  • Turn, bend, reach, and occasionally climb.
  • Work in a climate-controlled classroom environment with moderate noise level.

For more information about The Priory, click on the following link: http://www.standrewsschools.org.

Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to:employment@standrewsschools.org.


Position:          Marketing & Communications Associate

Type:                Full-time, year-round, salaried position – exempt
Start Date:       Immediate

Position Description: Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communications, the Associate will assist in the development of communication and marketing strategies of the school, including brand management, advertising, website and social media, print materials, marketing data analysis, media relations, and all internal and external communications. Collaborating with multiple departments, including admissions, advancement and alumni relations, and educational programs, the Associate will support the Director of Marketing & Communications in the production of digital and print content that will enhance the visibility of the school and communicate effectively with all school constituents. For more information about this position, please download the description.


Position:             The Prep Teacher (K-5)
Type:                   Full-time, 10 month, salaried position-exempt
Start Date:          August 10, 2017

Position Description: At St. Andrew’s Schools, The Prep teacher develops an inspiring, engaging, and challenging curriculum for elementary-aged students within a warm and nurturing learning environment.  The Prep teacher develops unit and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives and facilitates learning by establishing a relationship with students through daily interaction.  The Prep Lower School teacher is skilled in personalizing instruction to inspire, engage, and challenge each child to amplify and realize his full potential in becoming a confident learner, creative thinker, and compassionate leader. She/he is knowledgeable about the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional developmental stages of young children and skillfully engages in developmentally appropriate practices and adapts her/his instruction and day-to-day engagement with students to meet every child’s needs in an all-boys context.

For more information about this position, please download the description.


Position:             High School Science/Math Teacher
Type:                   Full-time, 10 month, salaried position-exempt
Start Date:          August 10, 2017

Position Description:  At St. Andrew’s Schools, the High School Science/Math teacher develops an inspiring, engaging, and challenging curriculum for high school-aged students within a warm and nurturing learning environment.  The teacher develops unit and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives and facilitates learning by establishing a relationship with students through daily interaction.  The teacher is skilled in personalizing  instruction to inspire, engage, and challenge each child to amplify and realize her full potential in becoming a confident learner, creative thinker, and compassionate leader. She/he is knowledgeable about the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional developmental stages of adolescent children and skillfully engages in developmentally appropriate practices and adapts his/her instruction and his/her day-to-day engagement with students to meet every child’s needs in an all-girls context.

For more information about this position, please download the description.


Position:             Head and Assistant Coaches (Intermediate and Junior Varsity Volleyball)

St. Andrew’s Schools is currently seeking Head and Assistant Coaches for our Intermediate and Junior Varsity Volleyball program. Must have volleyball experience as either a coach or player.

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to cultivate an environment based in values that are aligned with the school’s mandate and mission.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with athletic director, student-athletes and parents.
  • Organizing weekly volleyball practices.
  • Works closely with Athletic Director and Director of our volleyball program.
  • Must obtain NFHS Coaching Certification (completion of Fundamentals of Coaching, Concussion in Sports, and Heat Illness Prevention courses).

Please submit a resume listing experience and references to: St. Andrew’s School Athletic Department, 224 Queen Emma Sq. Honolulu, HI 96813 or to Athletic Director: Missy Kilbey @ mkilbey@standrewsschools.org


If you are interested in substitute teaching, please provide your cover letter and resume to substitute@standrewsschools.org.