Employment Opportunities at Williston
Recognized as an exemplary secondary school by the United States Department of Education, the Williston Northampton School has been cited for its excellence in many areas, including "exemplary teaching, wide range of academic offerings, safe and attractive campus."
Williston is committed to the professional growth of faculty and to the development of a diverse, inclusive community. The school has been described as "warm, friendly, supportive and caring, as well as purposeful and challenging ... a model boarding school."
The Williston Northampton School combines the academic traditions of Williston Academy, founded in 1841, and Northampton School for Girls, established in 1924. The merger of these two schools in 1971 resulted in a 125-acre independent, coeducational boarding school with 550 boarding and day students including 80 day students in a 7th and 8th grade Middle School.
Students come to Williston from far and wide, from nearby neighborhoods and from countries around the world. Our graduates go on to pursue a broad range of disciplines at the nation's finest colleges and universities.
The Williston Northampton School is an equal opportunity employer.
We are seeking to hire a full time physics teacher for the 2015-16 school year. The teaching load for this position will likely include teaching both at the AP and introductory levels of physics. Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching experience, and who are able to teach elective courses in other science disciplines. An advanced degree is preferred but not required. This position includes involvement with our afternoon athletics and extracurricular program as well as student advising and residential responsibilities. Driving a school mini-bus is also an expectation of this position.
Candidates must also be able to successfully complete the state mandated fingerprinting, CORI, as well as SORI and a general background check. It is important that candidates possess the flexibility, energy, commitment to teamwork and appreciation for adolescents that life in an independent school boarding community requires. Please direct all inquiries, including a cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three references, to Peter Valine, Dean of Faculty, 19 Payson Ave., Easthampton, MA 01027. firstname.lastname@example.org