Employment Opporutnities

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Positions Available:

Middle School Science Teacher 7th- 8th grades, Part time position with potential FT availability

Applications requested immediately

Job Description:

Haddonfield Friends School is seeking a Middle School Science teacher to begin September 1, 2021. Responsibilities include teaching a middle school science curriculum and working collaboratively to prepare students for the annual Coriell Science Fair. The qualified teacher will have an understanding of and strong affinity for Quaker philosophy, and will work collaboratively with the Middle School team and colleagues across the grade levels.

Strong candidates will bring:

  • 3-5 years teaching experience in the Middle School classroom
  • Genuine understanding of adolescent development and respectful behavior management
  • In-depth knowledge of science and math skills as taught at these grade levels
  • Rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles and needs
  • Strong technology skills and experience  with technology integration in the classroom
  • Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
  • Strong organizational and planning skills for laboratory experimentation
  • Ability to meet varied demands with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and humor
  • Ability to “Teach to the Whole Child” including enthusiasm for project-based learning, field trip planning, service integration, and extra-curricular availability

Applicants should supply the following:

A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:

employment@hfsfriends.org   (Include ‘MS Science Teacher’ in the subject line.)

Physical Education Teacher, Full time position

Applications requested immediately

Job Description:

Haddonfield Friends School is seeking a full-time Physical Education teacher to begin September 1, 2021. Responsibilities include teaching Physical Education to students aged 2 through 8th grade. The qualified teacher will have an understanding of and strong affinity for Quaker philosophy and values, and will work collaboratively with colleagues across curriculum.

Strong candidates will bring:

  • 3-5 years teaching experience teaching Physical and Health education 
  • Genuine understanding of child and adolescent development and respectful behavior management
  • Rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles, abilities, and needs
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Strong technology skills and experience with technology integration in the classroom
  • Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
  • Able to meet varied demands with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and humor
  • Ability to “Teach to the Whole Child” including enthusiasm for project-based learning, field trip planning, and service integration
  • Willingness to coach and provide rich extracurricular activities
  • Openness to collaboration and planning with colleagues and faculty across grade levels
  • Experience developing curriculum a plus

Applicants should supply the following:

A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:

employment@hfsfriends.org   (Include ‘PE Teacher’ in the subject line.)

Early Childhood Teacher, Full time position

Applications requested immediately

Job Description:

Haddonfield Friends School is seeking an experienced teacher for the Early Childhood Center (ECC) to begin August 30, 2021.   The qualified teacher will have an understanding of and strong affinity for Quaker philosophy and values, and will work collaboratively with colleagues.

Strong candidates will bring:

  • 3-5 years teaching/assisting experience in the Early Childhood/Primary classroom
  • Genuine understanding of child development and respectful behavior management
  • Rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles and needs
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Strong technology skills and experience with technology integration in the classroom
  • Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
  • Ablilty to meet varied tasks and responsibilities with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and humor
  • Ability to “Teach to the Whole Child” including enthusiasm for project-based learning, field trip planning, service integration, and extra-curricular availability
  • Openness to collaboration and planning with Early Childhood colleagues and faculty across all grade levels

Applicants should supply the following:

A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:

employment@hfsfriends.org   (Include ‘Early Childhood Teacher’ in the subject line.)

Assistant Teacher, K/Primary Grades

Applications requested immediately

Job Description:

Haddonfield Friends School is seeking qualified candidates for assistant teachers in the Kindergarten/primary grades for the 2021-2022 school year. Qualified candidates will have an understanding of and affinity for Quaker philosophy; a strong desire to engage in lifelong learning; and the ability to work collaboratively with the lead teacher and colleagues across grade levels. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, supporting the lead teacher with small group instruction, one-on-one student support, preparation for class projects, and classroom organization and management. Other duties may include overseeing lunch, recess, and arrival and substituting when necessary.

Strong candidates will bring:

  • Teaching certification and experience in the early childhood/primary classroom
  • A commitment to health and safety best practices, including the ability to gently and effectively enforce social distancing and other safety guidelines and protocols
  • Openness to collaboration and planning with the Lead Teacher,  Lower School colleagues and faculty across all grade levels
  • Patience, along with a genuine understanding of child development and respectful behavior management strategies
  • A rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles and needs
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong technology skills and experience with technology integration in the classroom
  • Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
  • Ability to teach to the whole child, including enthusiasm for inquiry and project-based learning
  • An ability to meet varied tasks and responsibilities with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, cooperation, and humor.

Applicants should supply the following:

A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:

employment@hfsfriends.org   (Include ‘Assistant Teacher’ in the subject line.)

Substitute Teachers (Part Time /as needed)

Applications must be received by: Ongoing

Job Description:

Substitute teachers needed for a Pre-K through 8th grade Quaker school. Teaching certificate, substitute certificate and/or degree and extensive experience with children preferred.

Applicants should supply the following:

A cover letter, resume and three references (or three names and contact information) to be emailed to:

employment@hfsfriends.org (Include ‘Substitute Teacher’ in the subject line.)

Haddonfield Friends School is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in its student body, faculty and staff. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class status.