Teaching and Administrative Positions 2016-2017
We are searching for experienced educators (three to seven years of teaching experience preferred) who have a strong educational background, exemplary teaching skills and interest in working in at least one area outside of the classroom.
The UMass Boston-Noble and Greenough School Math/Science Upward Bound Program (MSUB) is a six-week residential program, serving 50 high school students from the city of Lawrence with promising academic records and a desire to improve their future prospects. MSUB specifically identifies students interested in math and science who wish to pursue advanced study and careers in related fields. Our students come from the six academies that encompass the Lawrence high school system. In addition to meeting family income and educational qualifications, candidates must demonstrate, through their academic records and teacher recommendations, the potential to succeed in an accelerated math/science program, as well as the ability and desire to work hard.
We are searching for a science teacher who will teach two sections of science: Physics and an Elective e.g., Neurology, Anatomy and Physiology or an equivalent elective.
• Bachelor of Science degree.
• Ability to design and implement curriculum in Science.
• Strong ability to collaborate and communicate effectively.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• High energy and a sense of humor!
• Teach two sections of Science.
• Write progress reports for your students at the end of the fifth week.
• Classes run Monday, June 27th through Friday, July 29th, 2016.
To apply for the Science Teacher position at MSUB:
• Complete and submit the following materials:
- A cover letter.
- A current résumé.
- List of three professional references, with contact information.
Edgar De Leon, Director of Upward Bound
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive, Dedham, MA 02026
• For more information about the Upward Bound Program at Nobles, please click the following link. http://www.nobles.edu/summer-programs/AboutUB.cfm