The Golda Och Academy Lower School Campus is seeking certified Hebrew and Judaic Studies long term and short term substitute teachers for the 2016-2017 academic year. Applicants must be fluent in Hebrew, computer proficient and familiar with Day School education procedures. Experience with Tal Am preferred. Applicants should be collaborative, creative, engaging, experienced and committed to differentiated instruction. This position requires attendance on campus Monday – Friday. Interested candidates should e-mail Tova Silberman at email@example.com
Though we do not yet have firm information of the openings we anticipate for next year, the Golda Och Academy Wilf Lower School is currently recruiting applicants interested in teaching General Studies and Judaic Studies in grades Pre-K - 5. Strong candidates will be certified and/or hold a credential in their fields; possess excellent communication, organization and classroom management skills; be collaborative and team-oriented; be technology proficient; and have demonstrated success in working with elementary students and their parents. Judaic Studies teachers trained in Tal Am preferred. Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a Girls varsity head coach. The season runs from August 14 through November 15. The successful candidate should have played high school and/or college volleyball. Previous coaching experience is a plus. Please send resume to email@example.com.
Golda Och Academy Upper School is currently searching for a girls’ lacrosse coach. The successful candidate will be able to instruct, train, and motivate student athletes with different levels of ability. He or she will also be effective in forming a group of individual players into a cohesive team. He or she will coach, and interact and communicate effectively with parents, administrators, and other coaches in a professional and timely fashion.
The season runs from March 1- May 15, 2017 and the coach must be available 4 afternoons and/or evenings per week (M - TH) as well as Sundays. The successful candidate will have played high school or college lacrosse and hold CPR/First Aid certification (or be willing to become certified ASAP). Interested candidates should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golda Och Academy is currently seeking a full-time Upper School (grades 6-12) Computer Science Instructor for the 2017 – 2018 school year. S/he will report directly to the Chair of the Math Department and work closely with the STEM Coordinator and Upper School Principal.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in computer science. S/he will work collaboratively with members of the math department and the STEM Coordinator to develop and teach a multi-year sequence of high school computer science courses and electives that promote problem solving and computational thinking skills through the context of real-world applications and projects. S/he will also have the opportunity to teach middle school computer science electives, oversee student clubs, and organize computer science-related extracurricular activities for students.
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com.
The Chair of the Science Department will be responsible for the administration and supervision of the Upper School Science Department (grades 6-12). This position will be combined with other teaching and/or administrative duties as determined by the skills and experience of the candidate. Masters in Educational Leadership or similar advanced degree is preferred. This is an 11-month position.
Administrative responsibilities will include:
Observe and evaluate faculty
Oversee curriculum development
Plan and run department meetings
Supervise the reporting of student grades
Oversee student placements into class sections
Collaborate with families and guidance department
Contribute to the academic direction of the school
At least 5 years of successful classroom teaching experience
Experience leading a department or team within a school setting
Formal mentoring experience (preferred)
Demonstrated interest in and pursuit of professional development opportunities
Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with colleagues
Highly organized with strong time management skills