Career Opportunities

Emanuel Preparatory School of Math and Science Lead Teacher Description

Emanuel Preparatory School is an all-boys, STEM focused, independent school in Midland, GA. We opened in August 2016 with our first class of pre-kindergarten students and we now have Kindergarten and 1st grade. We are seeking individuals who are committed to preparing young men to be exemplary leaders through an innovative and rigorous curriculum that cultivates 21st century skills, fosters a love of learning and is developmentally appropriate and enriching for boys. We believe that boys succeed when learning is experiential, engaging and is structured in a way to effectively achieve the goals of the unit or lesson. Therefore, our curriculum is developed and taught with a project-based and interdisciplinary approach which allows our students to deeply explore and make connections across the disciplines. This process is enhanced by our small learning community which enables individualized instruction and collaboration among teachers and students. Our structure supports our teachers, strengthening their ability to be prepared, thoughtful and effectively use assessments and data to ensure students are exceeding state and national standards.  We are passionate about developing boys into leaders, guided by principles of the Christian faith. Therefore, we will nurture our boys to be scholars who follow the example of Jesus Christ to serve others with love, humility and compassion. 

Our ideal teacher is a passionate, compassionate, collaborative, dedicated, reflective practitioner who uses creativity as the basis for unique lesson plans that are brought to life in a fun and imaginative way.

We are currently seeking individuals for the following position.

LEAD TEACHER

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and deliver lessons utilizing state and national standards in a collaborative and interdisciplinary manner;
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with parents and staff regarding progress and manage the communication requests of parents;
  • Other related responsibilities as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • Georgia Early Childhood Education Licensure or equivalent preferred;
  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Experience and comfort with technology and the ability to integrate technology skills into curricular units

In addition, we require the following from all of our staff:

  • A commitment to Emanuel Prep’s Statement of Faith;
  • A passionate commitment to educating and nurturing boys to equip them to be young men who are leaders;
  • Belief that every child can be successful, no matter what their background;
  • Belief that education and hard work are the keys to life success;
  • Belief in two messages, simultaneously, in balance: “We love you” and “We have the highest expectations of you — and you can and will meet them”;
  • Belief that the best learning happens through experiences that are both rich and structured;
  • Belief that teachers must learn and influence social emotional strengths of all children in and out of the classroom;
  • Desire to continually reflect and grow as an educator through professional development, peer feedback, and observation;
  • Belief in a school community where students, families, teachers and school leaders demonstrate accountability, flexibility, humor, effort, responsibility, respect, and hope.

Emanuel Preparatory School of Math and Science Co-Teacher Description

Emanuel Preparatory School is an all-boys, STEM focused, independent school in Midland, GA. We opened in August 2016 with our first class of pre-kindergarten students and we now have Kindergarten and 1st grade.  We are seeking individuals who are committed to preparing young men to be exemplary leaders through an innovative and rigorous curriculum that cultivates 21st century skills, fosters a love of learning and is developmentally appropriate and enriching for boys. We believe that boys succeed when learning is experiential, engaging and is structured in a way to effectively achieve the goals of the unit or lesson. Therefore, our curriculum is developed and taught with a project-based and interdisciplinary approach which allows our students to deeply explore and make connections across the disciplines. This process is enhanced by our small learning community which enables individualized instruction and collaboration among teachers and students. Our structure supports our teachers, strengthening their ability to be prepared, thoughtful and effectively use assessments and data to ensure students are exceeding state and national standards.  We are passionate about developing boys into leaders, guided by principles of the Christian faith. Therefore, we will nurture our boys to be scholars who follow the example of Jesus Christ to serve others with love, humility and compassion. 

CO-TEACHER

At Emanuel Prep co-teachers are an integral part of the success of our mission. Co-teachers are individuals who are interested in teaching and have experience working with children.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES

  • Providing individual, small group and large group instruction in English, Mathematics and/or Science
  • Supporting special education students in a full-inclusion classroom
  • Other related responsibilities as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Experience and comfort with technology and the ability to integrate technology skills into curricular units

In addition, we require the following from all of our staff:

  • A commitment to Emanuel Prep’s Statement of Faith;
  • A passionate commitment to educating and nurturing boys to equip them to be young men who are leaders;
  • Belief that every child can be successful, no matter what their background;
  • Belief that education and hard work are the keys to life success;
  • Belief in two messages, simultaneously, in balance: “We love you” and “We have the highest expectations of you — and you can and will meet them”;
  • Belief that the best learning happens through experiences that are both rich and structured;
  • Belief that teachers must learn and influence social emotional strengths of all children in and out of the classroom;
  • Desire to continually reflect and grow as an educator through professional development, peer feedback, and observation;

Belief in a school community where students, families, teachers and school leaders demonstrate accountability, flexibility, humor, effort, responsibility, respect, and hope.