Auldern Academy is a college preparatory, therapeutic boarding school for girls grades 9 - 12. We provide a traditional academic environment along with group and individual counselling services. We utilize the Positive Peer Culture model at our school and provide students with a structured daily environment that includes chores, therapy sessions, recreational activities and life skills.
Under the direction of the Dean of Academics, the Science Instructor will develop and implement daily lesson plans adherent to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s curriculum guidelines for all Science areas.
•With supervisor, plan academic programming and scheduling (curriculum planning).
•Coach students about academic goals and problems.
•Make daily academic assignments for students based on their learning levels and need for review in certain areas. Evaluate the daily academic progress of each student through examining written work, and reviewing the amount of proficiency exhibited.
•Submit weekly progress notes on students.
•Submit quarterly personal growth notes on students.
•Hold conferences and counseling with students and/or parents either individually or jointly.
•Plan academic lessons and Individualized Educational Programs
•Evaluate student's academic progress through initial and informal tests to assess student's academic levels and needs for review in subjects.
•Plan and execute activities outside of the school to add to the student's academic and social learning.
•Plan and carry out behavioral programs with Treatment Team (i.e. contracts).
•Attend in-service, teacher meetings, and staff meetings as requested by the Dean of Academics.
•Provide a consistent approach to students and an appropriate classroom atmosphere that is conducive to learning.
•Perform duties with direction from supervisor exercising judgment in the application of pertinent rules and procedures.
•Show initiative in providing alternatives in working with student's life skills and academic problems.
•Be responsible for design and/or implementation of Individual Educational Programs (IEP's).
•B.S. Degree in Science Education (Must be prepared to teach Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, and Earth Science)
•One to two years teaching experience preferred but not required
•Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office products and operating systems.
•Current State of North Carolina Teacher’s Certification (or Reciprocal Teacher Certification)
•Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance after ninety days
•Company provided Short Term and Long Term Disability
•Company provided AD&D insurance
•401K after ninety days
•Paid Time Off