Job Opportunities at Greene Hill:
Greene Hill School
Physical Education Teacher: Part-time
Greene Hill School is seeking a Physical Education teacher for the 2021-22 school year. Our program incorporates community-building games, sports skills, team sports, and running. The program supports body awareness, gross motor development, physical coordination, conflict resolution skills, sportsmanship, and overall strength, fitness, and endurance. The ideal candidate must enjoy collaborating with other teachers to make connections across the curriculum. S/he must be an organized, creative, energetic, and compassionate teacher who is comfortable incorporating conflict resolution skills into the program and helping all students develop a joyful relationship to physical education.
Experience teaching sports, collaborative games and/or dance is required and elementary and/or middle school teaching experience is appreciated. Depending on the candidate’s experience, the position may also include teaching after school sports and/or middle school athletic coaching.
- Teaching students grades 3 – 8 in Physical Education classes
- Helping to build the sports program at Greene Hill
- Teaching experience
- Ability to work collaboratively and with enthusiasm
- Comfort with a variety of sports
This position is part-time, approximately 20 hours a week. Depending on an individual’s interest and experience, the position can build to include more time per week or can be combined with another part-time position.
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General School Description/Mission and Diversity Statement
Greene Hill School Information
Greene Hill School (GHS) is a progressive independent school for children ages four to fourteen. The School has one class per grade level. The school actively involves families in their children’s school and children in their own education. GHS promotes learning through an interdisciplinary curriculum, appreciation of critical thinking and open-ended investigation of neighborhood and beyond. Founded with the understanding that community is the backbone of society, Greene Hill School guides children to become dedicated members of a diverse, democratic society with an emphasis on social justice. Greene Hill School strives for a racially, culturally and economically diverse balance of children and families. Understanding that tuition is often a barrier to economic diversity in independent schools, Greene Hill has a sliding scale tuition system based on income and resources.
Greene Hill School is an independent elementary and middle school for children that serves the need of the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill and surrounding Brooklyn communities for affordable and progressive education. We actively involve families in their children’s school and children in their own education. We promote learning through an interdisciplinary curriculum, appreciation of critical thinking and open-ended investigation of neighborhood and beyond. Founded with the understanding that community is the backbone of society, Greene Hill School guides children to become dedicated members of a diverse, democratic society.
Greene Hill School is dedicated to achieving a racially, culturally and economically diverse balance of children and their families reflective of people in the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill and surrounding Brooklyn community. Understanding that tuition is often a barrier to economic diversity in independent schools, Greene Hill has developed a sliding scale tuition model where families pay in equal proportion to their income.
Greene Hill School believes that we all benefit from diverse communities and values the diversity of our school and local communities including race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome candidates representing the diversity of the world in our educational program, admission policies, tuition program, staff hiring, and other school-administered programs.
Greene Hill School (“Greene Hill”) is an equal opportunity employer. Greene Hill prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, creed, color, citizenship, national origin or ancestry, religion or religious practices, sex, gender expression, age, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, prior arrest or conviction record, genetic predisposition or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local laws. Greene Hill’s policy extends to all employment practices including but not limited to, hiring, transfer, promotion, training, compensation, benefits, layoffs, and termination.
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