Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School has an exciting opportunity to teach Spanish in a well-established language program. This full time position begins in August, 2014. Primary responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring that middle school students learn, practice, and speak grammatically correct conversational Spanish.
  • Mentoring a Middle School daily advisory.
  • Development of engaging Spanish curriculum.
  • Working collaboratively with two other Spanish teachers.

The ideal candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish or related field. An advanced degree or teaching credential is preferred. Additionally, s/he will have at least two years experience teaching in a private or independent school setting. Interested candidates should send to spanishjob@st-andrews.org: cover letter, résumé, statement of educational philosophy, two reference letters and contact information for three past employers (these persons will not be contacted without prior permission from the candidate).

School
Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School
Contact Phone Number
408 867 3785
Carol
Scholl

  Founded in 1961, Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School is a Pre K–8 school located in Saratoga, California. Our community of educators strives to prepare each student for more than just academic success, but success in life. By providing students with opportunities to explore their world through art, religion, technology and service to others they are…

Founded in 1961, Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School is a Pre K–8 school located in Saratoga, California. Our community of educators strives to prepare each student for more than just academic success, but success in life. By providing students with opportunities to explore their world through art, religion, technology and service to others they are empowered…

Founded in 1961, Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School is a Pre K–8 school located in Saratoga, California. Our community of educators strives to prepare each student for more than just academic success, but success in life. By providing students with opportunities to explore their world through art, religion, technology and service to others they are empowered…