Come Join Our Team!
Wilmington School of the Arts seeks the following positions for the 2020-2021 school year.
Exceptional Children’s Teacher
EC Teachers will be responsible for developing and implementing IEPs; maintaining safe and orderly classrooms; working collaboratively to further the mission and goals of the school; maintaining accurate records; and contributing to the school’s community. All EC Teachers must comply with state and federal laws. All teachers must have a complete understanding of the subject matter, and a bachelor’s degree. EC Licensure is required.
Elementary classroom teachers will create a flexible elementary grade program and class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; establish effective rapport with students; motivate students to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge toward a solid foundation in upper elementary grade education, in accordance with each student’s ability; and establish good relationships with parents and other staff members. Classroom teachers, with guidance from the Arts Coordinator, are required to develop arts-integrated lesson plans. Bachelor’s degree required, North Carolina teaching licensure preferred.
Half-Time Arts Teachers (Visual Art, Music, Theatre Arts, Dance)
Arts teachers will be responsible for cultivating interest and enhancing ability for creative expression, in accordance with the school’s mission and guidelines; to develop aesthetic understandings and appreciations; to discover and develop the talents of students in an arts discipline. These positions will grow to full-time positions by the 2021-2022 school year. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an arts area required, North Carolina teaching licensure preferred.
Half-Time Health and P.E. Teacher
The Health and Physical Education Teacher will create a flexible elementary Health and Physical Education program favorable to our students learning and personal growth; establish effective rapport with students; and motivate students to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a good foundation for upper elementary grade education in accordance with each student’s ability. This will grow to a full-time position by the 2021-2022 school year. North Carolina Teaching licensure preferred.
The Interventionist is a teacher or other educator who is directly responsible for implementing an intervention for an individual student or small group. Interventionist will cleary define student challenge(s), select evidence-based intervention strategies or programs, use data to determine the efficacy of intervention strategies, and ensure all interventions are implemented with integrity.
Adjusted Salary Range: Negotiable
Assist Wilmington School of the Arts teaching staff in the classroom and/or one-on-one with special education student/s.