Trinity Hall seeks a full-time STEM teacher with a focus on Mathematics for the 2023-2024 academic year.
The School: Trinity Hall is an independent, all-girls school that educates and empowers young women in the Catholic tradition through an innovative college preparatory program grounded in our four core values of leadership, respect, perseverance, and faith. Trinity Hall prepares each student to achieve her full potential as she embraces her place in the world. Trinity Hall is located at 101 Corregidor Road in Tinton Falls, NJ. Trinity Hall serves students in Monmouth, Middlesex, and Ocean counties.
Our Approach: Trinity Hall emphasizes an inquiry-based approach to learning in all of our academic courses, with a focus on critical thinking, problem solving and project-based learning to build collaboration and communication within an academic community focused on a growth mindset. Trinity Hall enjoys well-equipped STEM labs, a collaborative and enthusiastic faculty, and a student body focused on academic excellence. All honors classes and AP classes support Trinity Hall’s STEM program of distinction, which includes a four-year engineering requirement.
Successful candidates will have:
- a Bachelor’s Degree at minimum (Master’s Degree preferred) in education and/or a related academic field (e.g., physics, math, engineering, chemistry and/or biology)
- previous experience teaching (secondary and/or all-girls and Advanced Placement and/or college experience preferred)
- expertise in content area (Mathematics) and pedagogical approach
- interdisciplinary proficiency or experience with problem based learning, including inquiry based learning for math; modeling for science; and project based learning for engineering
- commitment to the school’s mission and vision by participating fully in extracurricular and community activities regularly (including those sometimes beyond routine school hours)
- desire to participate fully in the life of the school with expectations of, but not limited to: modeling behaviors that contribute to a positive and collaborative learning environment; cultivating positive partnerships with parents; participating in meetings, professional development courses; and updated and modifying curriculum guides
- excellent written and verbal communication skills
- good humor, flexibility, energy, creativity and patience to adapt to the daily needs of adolescent girls, as well as a passion for learning and ability to motivate students
- a commitment to collaborative and creative approach to instruction, with willingness to work with colleagues and students in a dynamic setting
- comfort and facility with subject-based and school-based technology (e.g., Google applications, school information systems / learning management systems, etc.)