From time to time, CSTA receives information about job openings
for science educators. We post those here as a courtesy to
the district or organization seeking qualified applicants.
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Last updated May 19, 2015
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Science Teacher - Physics/Robotics
- Marymount High School
For the 2015-16 school year, we are looking for a full-time
science teacher to teach five courses, including Physics,
and who will also be the lead Robotics moderator. With this
assignment in mind, we are looking for candidates with a teaching
background that emphasizes teaching physics to high-school
The ideal candidate should have a teaching background that
emphasizes teaching physics to high school girls. He/she should
have relevant teaching experiences and expertise in alternative
assessment strategies, project-based learning, and computer
science. Additionally, the candidate's use of pedagogical
practices will address multiple learning styles to develop
solid conceptual and analytic application of the content..
Experience: Three or more years teaching high school physics
with experience in the Advanced Placement curriculum as well
as fluency in the use of technology in the classroom.
Link to our job posting:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to William Walker,
STEM Coordinator, Marymount High School (email@example.com)
Closing Date: 1 June 2015
UC ANR Academic County Advisor
The University of California, Division of Agriculture and
Natural Resources, a statewide program with local development
and delivery, is seeking an Area 4-H Youth Development advisor
serving Mendocino and Lake counties.
We are seeking an innovative community or youth development
leader who has the passion, education, and program management
experience working with youth, families, and volunteers from
different cultures and races, building on the collective strengths
of culture and diversity to achieve success in positive youth
We are seeking a professional with a minimum of a master’s
degree in Youth/Human Development or a closely related field
who can demonstrate their abilities and skills in community
development, policy development and program evaluation, and
has excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills in English.
The ability to communicate in Spanish is desirable.
We are seeking a skilled community collaborator who has experience
working with a wide variety of stakeholders and has developed
This position is responsible for planning, design, implementation
and evaluation of educational and applied research based program
deliveries that help the well-being of youth and the communities
in which they live and help. Programming will focus on science
literacy, citizenship, community leadership, and health and
wellness, as well as other issues relative to youth to help
them develop into competent, contributing, caring, confident,
and connected community members. In addition, the advisor
provides support and leadership to 4-H YDP community educators
assisting in the development of outreach and programming strategies
to address the needs of local youth and families not currently
served by the 4-H YDP.
If you have the skills, education, and the commitment to
ensure all youth achieve their potential, join us at the University
of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
SALARY: Beginning salary will be in the Cooperative Extension
Assistant Advisor Series and commensurate with applicable
experience and professional qualifications. For information
regarding Cooperative Extension Advisor salary scales, please
refer to the University of California website: http://ucanr.edu/sites/anrstaff/files/187037.pdf.
For a full position announcement, specific education and
experience requirements, and application procedures, please
visit our website at http://ucanr.edu/Jobs/
. For questions, please contact Kim Ingram at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To assure full consideration, application packets
should be submitted by June 29, 2015 to email@example.com.
Each application packet must contain a UC Academic application,
found on our jobs website, CV or resume, copies of transcripts
and a cover letter. The University of California offers an
attractive benefits package. For more information, please
visit the UC Benefits Website:
Galileo - Hiring Science & Tech Enhusiasts
Share your science or tech knowledge with kids this
Imagine spending your summer as a Science or Tech Instructor
with Galileo, teaching classes like 3D Modeling and Printing,
Inventor's Workshop, Mod Design with Minecraft ®, Video Game
Design, Go-Kart Building, Website Design, and more! And with
exceptional training provided, you'll strengthen your skill
set using cutting-edge curriculum, software, and equipment.
Galileo is a summer job, but it is also a community, a career
path, an educational movement, and inspiration to create positive
change in the world through the work we choose. We're thrilled
to have been recently recognized by the White House at their
fifth annual Science Fair for supporting the President's Educate
to Innovate Initiative for our work pioneering new and exciting
ways to engage students in the STE(A)M field. 97% of our summer
staff recommend working with us, and we've been voted one
of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for six years running.
We also have partnerships with renowned organizations like
The Tech Museum of Innovation and Maker Education Initiative.
For more information about working with Galileo, click
Bilingual Science Teacher
Paul Revere K-8 School seeks a full-time Bilingual Science
Teacher for Dual Language Immersion (DLI) students in grades
7 and 8. Applicants must possess a Single Subject Science
Credential, a Bilingual Spanish Authorization (BCLAD), a strong
record of successful cultural/linguistic responsiveness and
have 3+ years of experience.
What support can teachers expect?
•Up to two weeks of paid professional development during the
summer. Up to five additional paid working and/or professional
development hours per week during the school year. Full-time
Instructional Reform Facilitator, Literacy Coach, and Academic
Acceleration Teacher on-site to support and co-teach with
•$2,000 annual stipend for teaching in a ³Hard to Staff² school.
Opportunities for leadership, innovation, and creating change
•Create an account and complete a certificated application.
Attach a resume and a cover letter explaining your interest
in the Superintendent¹s Zone: Bayview and Paul Revere K-8
School. When asked to select Location Preference, identify
Southeast (Bayview, Hunter's Point) as Highly prefer.
•Search for Requisition Number 135171
•View and apply to the position
•You should allow at least 2 weeks for processing after submitting
an application. Specific Positions for the 2015-2016 school
year are posted on an ongoing basis throughout the Spring
and Summer. The first day of work for teachers will be August
Full-Time Science Teacher for
Private, academic, well-established K-8 school seeks a full-time
science teacher for junior high. Applicants must possess a
B.A./B.S. degree, have 3+ years of experience, and appreciate
an academic curriculum and a private school environment. Competitive
salary and full benefit package. Mail, email, or deliver resume
with cover letter to: The Dorris-Eaton School, 1847 Newell
Avenue, Walnut Creek, CA 94595, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: July 10, 2015
Bright Star Schools High School
Chemistry and Physics Teacher 2015-2016
At Bright Star Schools students achieve academic excellence,
accept responsibility for their futures, and embrace school
as family. We offer students the opportunity to develop their
unique talents and ambitions in a supportive, collaborative
environment, so they are prepared for college and career,
and to lead purposeful, fulfilling lives. For detailed information
and to apply, please click
Application Deadline: July 1, 2015
Bright Star Schools Middle
School Science Teacher 2015-2016
All five of our Bright Star Schools serve students in urban
Los Angeles areas. Across all Bright Star schools over 85%
of our students are enrolled in the National School Lunch
Program – the educational benchmark for poverty. Our goal
is to empower students to break free from the cycle of educational
and economic poverty. We prepare our scholars to be lifelong
learners and leaders—to
discover ways to create positive change for themselves, their
families and their communities. All of our students participate
in a program that features rigorous academics and rich life
experiences. Our students thrive academically and socially
because our core operating principles, which include high
expectations, attention to detail, clearly defined standards
of accountability, and continuous improvement, provide a framework
for success.For complete details on this position, please
Application Deadline: July 1, 2015