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United States History Teacher
North Yarmouth Academy - Yarmouth - ME
Posted on Wed., April 10, 2013
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: commensurate with experience
Education requirements: BA in American History, Masters preferred.
Starting date: Mon., September 02, 2013
Contact: John Drisko; 207-846-9051;

North Yarmouth Academy seeks an experienced United States History teacher to teach up to four sections of American history beginning in the school year 2013-2014. Duties will include up to two sections of Advanced Placement US History and up to two sections of eighth grade US History. The successful candidate will exhibit an unusual mix of qualities: to teach such a wide range of student ages and abilities will require a teacher of rigor, flexibility, creativity, and interpersonal skill. Demonstrated ability to teach other history courses is also desirable. Applicants should know that faculty at NYA participate in school life in a variety of ways beyond their teaching duties, including as student advisors, club leaders, coaches, and informal mentors. NYA is a small, tight-knit community that values collegiality, integrity, intellectual curiosity, and a sense of humor. Qualifications: BA in American History, Masters preferred. Experience teaching AP US History and middle level students. Please submit cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to: John Drisko, Assistant Head of School North Yarmouth Academy 148 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME 04096 or email to: (no calls, please!) North Yarmouth Academy is an equal opportunity employer

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