Darrow School seeks a creative ESOL Teacher who demonstrates enthusiasm for teaching, is energetic, has an appreciation for individual and cultural differences, an enjoyment in working with young people, and is committed to being fully engaged in a boarding school community. This person will teach four to fives courses, including two to three ESOL courses and two sections of a semi-independent language & culture course, and collaborate with colleagues in choosing materials and designing curricula. An important element of the position will be acting as a support to and liaison with Darrow’s international students from China.
Candidates should have a degree in TESOL or related field, and have fluency in Mandarin. Must have appreciation for the social-emotional aspects of school life, and a proven track record of building supportive social-emotional connections with colleagues and students as will also serve as House Parent and Advisor.
Being part of the faculty at a boarding school is different from teaching anywhere else. It is a way of life more than it is a job. The academic program includes traditional core curriculum as well as a large variety of elective courses. In addition to creating learning environments in the classroom, other responsibilities include spending time with students in the dorms, coaching and/or leading extra-curricular activities, advising and weekend responsibilities.
Competitive salary and benefits, with campus housing. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Darrow School, a small independent, co-ed, boarding/day school for grades 9-12, located on the New York State side of the Berkshires, offers an innovative, individually-focused college-preparatory curriculum, featuring a unique combination of dynamic classroom instruction, active learning, and environmental consciousness. Students learn within an atmosphere that supports intellectual curiosity, creativity, and experimentation. The School emphasizes differentiated instruction and student-centered, active learning as key teaching philosophies.
Darrow School faculty and staff are fully engaged in the life of a boarding school beyond the academic day as well, supporting students in a range of co-curricular programming, including athletics, residential life, weekend activities, and signature programs like Hands-to-Work, Winterm, and Spring Term. Darrow School’s mission is to create a community of learning able to empower students with a wide variety of backgrounds and abilities, building on each student’s individual talents and interests to inspire enduring confidence for success in college and life.