HS Earth & Environmental Science Teacher

HS Earth & Environmental Science

Sallie B. Howard School of Arts and Science — a K-12 National Blue Ribbon free public charter school in Wilson, NC – has an immediate opening for a part-time high school science instructor who will teach Earth and Environmental Science. 

The ideal candidate for this position should hold a Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Science or a related subject with proven instructional success in the classroom and experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.

Additional skills and requirements for this position include:

  • Hold a valid North Carolina Professional Educator’s License in the subject/area of assignment.
  • Solid understanding of state curriculum standards and experience in closing the achievement gap.
  • Develop and deliver engaging, innovative lessons that allow students to grow academically, socially and emotionally.
  • Effective classroom management.
  • Create a positive educational climate for students to learn in.
  • Provide documentation of students’ progress.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  • A team player and an attitude of flexibility.
  • Willing to engage in parent and community outreach.

How to Apply

Send resumes and portfolio along with a cover letter to resume@sallieb.net

About Sallie B. Howard School of Arts & Science

Sallie B. Howard School of Arts & Science is a free, public charter school founded in 1997 in Wilson, N.C. that serves over 1000 students in grades K-12. Named after the legendary author, educator, playwright and actress Sallie Baldwin Howard, SBHS is dedicated to ensuring that every child – privileged or underprivileged – gets the kind of education that will allow them to become more than they ever thought they would be. With a performing arts-based curriculum, a study abroad program that has brought hundreds of children to nearly all 7 continents, a culturally diverse faculty and student body, and the addition of a high school, Sallie B. Howard School is preparing its students to become 21st century industry leaders both locally and globally.

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