Wilmington Friends School, a preschool to 12 Quaker, college preparatory day school located in Wilmington, Delaware and enrolling 700 students, has an exciting employment opportunity for a full-time upper school math teacher beginning in the fall of 2019.
A highly qualified candidate is one who:
Has significant experience teaching a variety of mathematics courses at the high school level, preferably including Advanced Placement statistics and International Baccalaureate curriculum
Has an advanced degree in mathematics
Is familiar with current research, trends, best practices and pedagogy
Understands and loves working with high school aged students
Is committed to working in a diverse, multicultural environment
Has a high comfort level using technology in the classroom
Is willing and eager to take on significant co-curricular responsibilities outside of the classroom as assigned by the Upper School Division Head
Wilmington Friends School is an International Baccalaureate world school and offers the Diploma Programme in grades 11th and 12th. All teachers and departments are expected to participate in the preparation of our students for this international standard.
If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references electronically to Chrissy Weir, Administrative Assitant Upper School/IB at firstname.lastname@example.org. Address the cover letter to Rebecca Zug, Head of the Upper School.
The Wilmington Friends Middle School Summer Camp has begun a search for the position of Site Director for the 2019 Summer Camp season, which operates from June 17 through August 23, 2019. Normal camp hours for the position are from 7:30 am-4:30 pm. During that time, the Site Director would be responsible for the following:
Supervise camp staff Respond to parent phone calls, emails, and inquiries specific to camp Provide staff with feedback on performance and monitor progress toward goals Maintain regular, effective, and as-needed communications with parents of campers Help plan and implement weekly activities for Base Camp Manage crises - minor and significant - as needed Assist in counselor training Develop and maintain an effective system for communicating and enforcing camper expectations for routine behaviors Report any facility repairs or concerns to maintenance/building services Greet parents during morning sign in/pick up Explain sign-in procedures to campers new to Friends Help to maintain common spaces of facility (cafeteria, wrestling room, gyms) Manage profits/deposits from Middle School Snack Shack
While the ideal candidate is an individual who is available for the majority of the summer during which time the position is available, we welcome applicants who are only available for part of the summer and would be willing to split the role depending on interest. If interested in learning more, please contact: