Work @ Lead
Available Positions for the 2020-2021 School Year:
Middle School ELA/Social Studies Teacher
We are currently looking for a middle school ELA/Social Studies Teacher.
Part Time Special Education Teacher
We are currently looking for a Special Education Teacher to work 2-3 days per week or full time during the 2020-2021 School year with elementary students.
We are currently accepting resumes for 2020-2021 teacher vacancies. We are accepting resumes for Early Childhood, Elementary and Middle School teachers.
Kindergarten Assistant Teacher
We are currently looking for a K5 teaching assistant for the 20-21 school year. Teaching assistant assists lead classroom teacher with all aspects of the classroom on a daily basis.
How to apply:
Send resume and cover letter to Principal Chase Willingham- email@example.com
Why Work at Lead Academy?
A teacher at Lead Academy will:
- Effectively build a positive classroom culture that promotes self-discipline;
- Work with colleagues to design and implement cross-curricular units of study that utilize active pedagogy and exploratory learning;
- Plan and implement creative, organized and engaging lessons based on the SC State Standards;
- Differentiate instruction to support all students in the learning process;
- Plan, support, and collaborate with fellow educators and staff;
- Provide an inviting, exciting learning environment.
An ideal candidate is someone who:
- Has demonstrated strong classroom and time management skills;
- Is committed to meeting the needs of every child in a diverse population and has demonstrated success working with a diverse group of families;
- Believes every child can learn and reach high levels of academic achievement;
- Has a clear understanding of curriculum, instruction, and child development;
- Has a proven ability to work as a member of a team with a commitment to his/her own learning and professional development;
- Has the capacity to teach using inquiry-based and hands-on methodology;
- Believes children can make a significant contribution to the school, community, and the world;
- Understands that family involvement is integral to student success;
- Wants to be part of an organized, professional learning community;
- Is a self-starter interested in working in a fast-paced, start-up environment that requires flexible roles.
Applicants should possess the following knowledge and experience:
- A degree in education or equivalent;
- Three or more years of classroom teaching experience is preferred;
- Teaching certification is required;
- State endorsement to teach in content area (math, social studies, science, language arts) for middle school grades (5th — 8th).
- State endorsement to teach elementary or early childhood for elementary grades (K5 - 5th).
- State endorsement to teach ESL, special education or gifted classes if the position is desired.