General Information

Job Title:

Instructor of Mathematics (Geometry)

Job Description:

This part-time, temporary position (employee status, not self-employed) is to fill in for a teacher who is going out on maternity leave effective Jan. 6, 2023. This position is expected to end after March 3, 2023, although depending on circumstances, there is a possibility of an extension. The position involves teaching 10th-grade Geometry three times each week, M/W/F, for one hour each class (3.0 hours total per week). Expected preparation time outside of teaching will be six hours per week (grading, etc.). The course pays $62.50 per day ($187.50 per week).

Position Qualifications:

A bachelor’s degree (not necessary to be in mathematics) is typically required. State teaching certification is not required. Greyfriars teachers must be knowledgeable in the subject to be taught, skilled in teaching others and sincere Christians who walk daily with the Lord in sincerity and truth. Further, teachers must demonstrate that they will care deeply about their students.

Application Deadline

Job Type:

Temporary

Salary Range:

$0-$25k

General Information

Church/Organization Name

Greyfriars Classical Academy

Contact Name & Contact Info

(704) 315-5774
headmaster@greyfriarsclassical.org

Industry

Education/Training

Denomination

Not Applicable

City, State

Matthews, NC

Description of Organization

Greyfriars is a Christian high school (grades 9-12) in Matthews, NC, that is structured like a college and offers students the flexibility of both full-time and part-time (homeschool) enrollment options. Our experienced faculty members provide university-quality instruction in which the grammar (fundamental facts and rules), logic (ordered relationships), and rhetoric (expression of ideas in speech and writing) of each subject is emphasized from a decidedly biblical worldview. The high school curriculum is academically rigorous and consistent with North Carolina standards and college preparatory requirements. Greyfriars offers classes in a university-style format (three days a week on campus; two days a week working at home), with most classes taught in blocks of 1 hour and 15 minutes each. Individual courses typically meet for class once a week (1/2 credit), twice in a week (1 credit) or all three days each week (mathematics, 1 credit, which meets for 1 hour per day).

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