JOIN THE TEAM
Power to Lead
Make a Difference
Master the Craft
Dear Potential Applicant,
As Co-Founder and School Leader of Henderson Collegiate, I want to thank you for considering us for your future employment. As you are deciding whether or not to apply, it is important that you be fully aware of our mission and the level of commitment expected from all staff members in order to achieve it. Please make sure you have read through our website and Commitment to Excellence.
– High School Earth and Environmental Science (both regular and AP courses)
– High School Math 2 / Math 3
– High School Spanish 2
– High School Technology
– High School Band / Chorus Director
– High School Athletics Director / PE / Health
– High School College Counselor
– Middle School Math
– Middle School Science
– Middle School Reading / English Language Arts
– Exceptional Children’s Teacher
– Director of Operations
– Human Resources Coordinator
– Office Manager
– Guidance Counselor
- observe and evaluate student performance
- prepare class activities
- adapt teaching methods to meet needs
- conduct balanced programs of instruction
- teach students individually and in groups
Qualifications: Must have at least a Bachelor’s degree. K-12 teaching experience is preferred.
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
Position Location: Henderson, North Carolina
Compensation: Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Employee benefits include participation in the State Health Plan and State Retirement Plan as well as a significant paid time-off package.
To learn more about becoming part of the Henderson Collegiate team and to see a list of current openings, check out our Letter to Potential Applicants, which provides a full listing of available positions for the 2014-2015 school year. You can also contact our Development Director, Caitlin Terranova, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 252-204-8750.
If you are interested in applying, please click on the link to apply below. Your cover letter should explain your interest in specifically working at Henderson Collegiate and provide insight into your employment history as it pertains to the position for which you are applying and to our unique program.
Good vs. Great Teaching Day 2016
Each year, Henderson Collegiate hosts interested educators for a day of observation, debriefing, sharing resources, and networking with fellow educators for the purpose of continuously moving their classrooms and students achievement from good… to GREAT. This event is typically held from 7:30am to 1:30pm during a Saturday School in February.
To sign up to receive updates about Good vs. Great Teaching Day 2016, please fill out the form below: