Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy is looking for candidates who are competent in teacher Ancient and Medieval World History with an emphasis on reading and writing skills. Qualified candidates are expected to collaborate with the department head and co-teachers to develop strong assessments, scopes and sequences, and curriculum mapping using content provided by the Humanities Department.
Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy seeks committed, collaborative, and passionate faculty members to join our growing Middle School program for the 2021-22 school year. New faculty members will join a staff where mentorship, professional development, and support of staff is at the center of teacher culture. Candidates who look toward their own growth as educators, with the ultimate goal of creating exciting learning experiences for students, thrive in our fast-paced and engaged campus life. Teachers should apply who are interested in the important balance between carefully articulated curricula/programming and a desire to experiment and try new innovative approaches to engaging 21st-century learners. Hillel encourages the generative and demanding conversation regarding school improvement and educational creativity.
Passionate, student-centered, developmental approach to teaching.
Ability to differentiate instruction to address the needs of all students.
Commitment to meaningful collaboration with colleagues and parents.
Excellent communication skills and commitment to keeping parents informed and engaged.
Willingness to take risks and seize leadership opportunities as they arise.
Interest in professional growth and commitment to continuous learning.
Commitment to improving the school as a whole and willingness to share best practices with others.
Facility with technology as an instructional tool including Google suite of applications, iPads, and classroom management applications.
Ability to be self-reflective and commitment to learning from feedback received from colleagues, administrators, and students.
Design and implement project-based, multi-disciplinary instructional units in Middle School History.
Collaborate with grade level colleagues to plan, integrate, and enhance instruction in all curricular areas.
Participate in special school events including, but not limited to, Open House, Back to School Night, special student performances. Attendance at other community/school events is encouraged.
Serve as a Middle School advisor and other duties as assigned.
Four-year degree from a college or university.
Valid teacher credential, Masters Degree and/or previous Middle School teaching experience preferred.