Teaching Faculty: Middle and Upper School History Department
Location: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Type: Full Time
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: Based on Experience
Antilles School is seeking dynamic and talented teachers to join a committed team of educators in a collaborative environment that places a high value on flexible thinking and problem solving. Ideal candidates are passionate and self motivated professionals, prepared to teach a range of college prep courses that support a wide range of learning styles and abilities. An understanding of, and a commitment to, a culturally and ethnically diverse population is essential. Teachers are expected to apply best practices and educationally sound approaches to integrating technology into the curriculum.
The current position includes teaching 7th grade World History and Geography, 9th grade Ancient Civilizations, and 10th grade World History and will include opportunities to teach other courses in the future. The Antilles School Middle and Upper School history department is seeking a social studies teacher committed to creative delivery of content, hands on student experiences, and a willingness to collaborate with other faculty in the department.
Bachelor’s degree or higher, required
Demonstrated command of knowledge applicable to the position
Understanding of pedagogy and fostering intellectual growth
Ability to cultivate meaningful relationships with multiple constituencies
Excellent communication skills
Positive, detail-oriented team player with the ability to be self-directed
Antilles School is an independent coeducational day school located on St. Thomas, in the US VirginIslands. Antilles enrolls approximately 400 students in a toddler program through grade 12.Excellence, Diversity and Community are the guiding principles for each day at Antilles. Antilles School is committed to the pursuit of educational excellence and a purposeful life. We foster a sense of community, embrace diversity and creativity, seek to develop the whole child, and prepare students for success in college and beyond.