APAP believes that pay transparency is a critical step toward pay equity and benefits both the job seeker and the employer. For those reasons, we are now requiring that employers include a salary range in all new job postings.
Postings that are backfilled from another association’s career center may not include salary information.
Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, PreK-Grade 12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in all-girls education. In a nurturing atmosphere that reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought. More information is available on our website www.baldwinschool.org.
The Baldwin School seeks applicants for the position of a full-time Theater Teacher for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year who is qualified to teach Middle and Upper School theater, television, and film courses. All Baldwin teachers participate in the life of the School and support the School's mission. The successful candidate will teach four or more classes, and will be able to teach the subject material effectively, engage students positively, and interact productively with colleagues and parents. In addition to classroom teaching, this teacher will serve as an advisor to the Upper School Maskers club and will direct the Middle and Upper School theater productions (a Middle School musical and an Upper School play and a musical). Candidates with experience in teaching educational theater and the ability to oversee all aspects of a production, including tech and budget, are preferred. We seek a candidate who has the ability to design a curriculum and choose plays which are affirming for women and in keeping with the school philosophy. We seek candidates interested in working collaboratively on innovative curriculum design and development. In addition to the work in the classroom, all Baldwin faculty members are expected to engage in those duties typical of independent day school life (advising students, moderating clubs, chaperoning events, etc.). Successful candidates will have an understanding of and appreciation for girls' education.
Introduce students to foundational concepts and skills
In partnership with the department chair and Performing Arts colleagues, develop appropriate curriculum and lessons to ensure a cohesive learning trajectory from year to year
Create an inclusive and supportive classroom community, establishing routines and building relationships with students; use positive guidance, offering helpful feedback and exhibiting patience, empathy and respect.
Differentiate instruction and materials to meet the diverse needs and learning styles of all students.
Assess student progress and adjust teaching plans accordingly; provide students with regular and timely feedback about their progress.
Create and regularly update a digital classroom page, using our learning management system (LMS), as a primary means of communicating classroom activities to families.
Collaborate with colleagues to design interdisciplinary and project-based learning curricular experiences.
Maintain an ongoing dialogue with parents about student progress, through emails, phone calls, report-writing and in-person conferences; maintain strong communication with colleagues, families, and administration.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree and course work in related field; Master's Degree preferred.
3-5 years teaching experience.
Experience with student-centered teaching, project-based learning, interdisciplinary curriculum planning, and authentic measures of student learning.
Experience integrating technology, including Google applications, laptop/iPads, SMART Board, etc., into teaching practice to support learning and deepen projects.
Enthusiasm for embracing the independent school model of mentoring, advising and supporting students outside the classroom.
A commitment to creating an inclusive classroom community that allows for a multitude of perspectives to be heard and respected.
Positive attitude towards students, staff and faculty.
Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication (written and verbal).
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and three references.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.
Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is an independent college preparatory school, developing talented girls into confident young women with vision, global understanding and the competency to make significant and enduring contributions to the world. The School nurtures our students’ passion for intellectual rigor in academics, creativity in the arts and competition in athletics, forming women capable of leading their generation while living balanced lives. In a nurturing atmosphere that reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes ethical integrity and independence of thought.