CGPS nurtures each student’s unique passions and talents inside and outside the classroom, unifying and inspiring members of its community in a rigorous but relaxed learning environment, preparing them for the finest colleges and instilling in them the confidence, ethical values, and sense of purpose to embrace challenges, to achieve their dreams, and to improve the world.
Prep School Computer Science Teacher
CGPS seeks an outstanding, student-focused Computer Science Teacher who will help develop an expanding technology curriculum.This person will be responsible for teaching Computer Science and Robotics at the high school level as well as advanced electives in areas such as Mobile Programming, Game Design, and AP Computer Science.
Develop and teach Computer Science, Robotics and other technology courses at the high school level.
Provide faculty, students, and staff with guidance on using educational technology.
Collaborate with faculty in other departments to explore opportunities for interdisciplinary projects.
We offer highly competitive salaries, exceptional vacation time and benefits, and a warm and supportive culture.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send letter of interest and resume to email@example.com. Please put “Prep School Computer Science Teacher” in the subject line.
Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School is an equal employment opportunity employer. Employment decisions including hiring, transferring, and promotions are based on merit and business needs, and not on race, color, creed, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation and national origin, alienage, age, pregnancy, marital/partnership status, citizenship, military status, mental or physical disability, veteran status, genetic predisposition, status of domestic violence, or any other characteristic or status protected by law.
BA/BS degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Math or a related technical field, or equivalent practical experience.
Experience teaching in a classroom setting.
Passionate about encouraging young people to take on complex and challenging ideas.
An intellectual curiosity, an aptitude for learning, and a commitment to ongoing professional development.
A demonstrated ability to innovate, problem solve and create original curriculum.
Experience with troubleshooting basic hardware and software issues relevant to classroom technology and STEM education
Excellent collaboration and communication skills and a desire to work with a team.
This role is open to experienced teachers as well as those who have no previous teaching experience, but have the desire to transition into a career in education and have the mindset to develop on the job.