Doane Academy seeks a full-time teacher of upper school History beginning in the 2021-2022 academic year. The specific teaching responsibilities will be dependent on the candidate’s background and interests, as well as the specific needs of the department. Doane Academy’s student body is unusually diverse and teachers at our school are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
In addition to the classroom responsibilities, teachers are Doane serve as advisors to small groups of students and often take on the responsibility of overseeing clubs or other extracurricular activities. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to George Sanderson, Head of School, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
Experience with teaching upper school History classes including World History required.
BA degree required; masters degree preferred.
Experience with technology integration strongly preferred.
Experience teaching in a remote learning environment is a plus.
Background in teaching non-American and non-Western history courses strongly preferred.
Candidates should have enthusiasm for joining an entrepreneurial, collegial, enthusiastic, innovative, fun group of professionals who are committed to innovative, transformative teaching.
About Doane Academy
Since its founding in 1837, Doane Academy has helped students to realize their interests, develop their talents, and have a significant impact on the world around them.
For children ages 3 through twelfth grade, Doane Academy is committed to developing intelligent, capable young people within a school culture where students are known, loved, and strongly encouraged to realize their full potential.
The students, faculty and staff at Doane Academy are all part of a supportive and encouraging school family. Our teachers are attentive to the needs of each student as an individual, and work closely with both students and parents to insure success in academics and extracurricular activities. The school's rigorous college preparatory curriculum, strong athletic program, and numerous opportunities in extracurricular activities cultivate the development of character, leadership, emotional maturity, and standards of ethical conduct that are essential in preparation for college and education for life.