Doane Academy is seeking a technology teacher for its middle and upper schools. This person will also be tasked with continuing to develop the lower, middle, and upper school technology curriculum and guiding our faculty toward the integration of technology into their curriculum. This full-time position’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
teaching middle and upper school technology and computer science courses, including AP Computer Science Principles;
working with the Chair of the Math and Science Departments to continue to develop and implement the scope and sequence of the Technology curriculum;
providing strategic leadership in the area of technology integration in classes and activities across all divisions and disciplines;
serving as a resource to faculty and staff to support the development and implementation of technology-rich lessons and activities;
guiding the professional development of faculty and staff in the use of educational technology;
presiding over extracurricular technology programs during the day and after school.
The successful candidate will be an inquiry-based instructor who is eager to collaborate with coworkers and a self-directed worker who is excited by the opportunity to further develop a modern technology education program that helps Doane Academy achieve its mission.
Interested candidates should send a current resume and cover letter to Michael Russell, Chair of the Math and Science Departments, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
Master’s Degree in Educational Technology or Technology-related field preferred.
Knowledge of current educational technologies, technology trends, and inquiry-based pedagogical practices.
Ability to teach AP-level Computer Science courses (required) and the ability to teach AP-level mathematics courses (preferred);
Familiarity with Google Chromebooks, Raspberry Pi, microcontrollers, LEGO robots, and/or 3D Printing a plus.
Comfort working with a variety of learning styles and grade levels.
Enthusiasm for participating in STEM- and STEAM-related technology activities including robotics, digital media, and video-game development.
About Doane Academy
Since its founding in 1837, Doane Academy has helped students to realize their interests, develop their talents, and have a significant impact on the world around them.
For children ages 3 through twelfth grade, Doane Academy is committed to developing intelligent, capable young people within a school culture where students are known, loved, and strongly encouraged to realize their full potential.
The students, faculty and staff at Doane Academy are all part of a supportive and encouraging school family. Our teachers are attentive to the needs of each student as an individual, and work closely with both students and parents to insure success in academics and extracurricular activities. The school's rigorous college preparatory curriculum, strong athletic program, and numerous opportunities in extracurricular activities cultivate the development of character, leadership, emotional maturity, and standards of ethical conduct that are essential in preparation for college and education for life.