Have experience teaching math? Math AND English? We are an established school in Bellevue, WA looking for experienced math instructors. If you can teach English as well, that’s even better.
We are seeking part-time and/or full-time teachers. It could be for the summer or for the summer AND beyond.
If this sounds of interest to you, keep reading.
Are you looking for a progressive, established educational organization with exceptional students and the possibility of long-term, stable employment and benefits? This is a unique opportunity for a qualified instructor with a proven track record teaching Math OR Math and English subjects.
MERCER EDUCATION is a premier tutoring school of language, literature, math, science, history, and college counseling located in Bellevue, Washington serving a diverse group of students, many of whom are preparing for highly selective universities around the country. Our students range from elementary school age through college to professional adults. Most of our teachers have advanced degrees and several years of teaching experience in a variety of classroom settings. In addition to competitive hourly pay depending on qualifications, we offer medical coverage options (including vision and dental) and a Simple IRA plan for eligible employees. Additionally, there are approximately four weeks during the year (in June, August, December) when classes are not scheduled and teachers have time off from the busy year-round schedule of classes. Other perks include easy access to freeways, free parking, all the coffee, tea, and hot chocolate you can drink while teaching established programs in a unique, upbeat working environment with professional, dedicated staff and motivated clientele. EOE.
SUMMER and/or YEAR-ROUND TEACHING OPPORTUNITY – We will consider those seeking just summer employment AND those looking for longer-term employment. Seeking candidates with availability as follows: During the summer (from approximately the end of June until the last week of August), availability of 30 or more hours per week during our peak summer hours (M-Fri, 9-3). During the school year, availability of at least 25 hours per week during our peak hours (after school, evenings and at least one weekend day).
PART-TIME or FULL-TIME TEACHING OPPORTUNITY – This position would be part-time hourly to start but – if you are interested – could build to a full-time (average 32 or more hours/week over 12 months) position for the right candidate. We request year-round availability as follows: During the school year, the position requires availability during our peak hours of operation (after school, evenings and at least one full weekend day), and during the summer (from approximately the end of June until the last week of August), during our peak summer hours (M-F, 9-5).
MATH or MATH & ENGLISH – For this position, successful candidates should have experience with math or math AND English instruction. We are hoping to find the right candidates interested in long-term, stable employment and are specifically seeking instructors with experience in the following:
1) MATH: Test prep, homework help, and enrichment math as follows:
Ideal MATH instructor candidate would have competency and an established history of working well with all levels of math from middle school through high school pre-calculus and calculus.
Classes would involve one-on-one private tutoring as well as teaching established curricula to small group-classes of 3-8 students. Focus is typically on standardized test math (SAT, ACT, ISEE, etc.) and math homework help for students in grades 5-12, though classes sometimes include a mix of enrichment math (Singapore math, etc.) and occasional calculus/AP math. Experience in chemistry, physics, and/or biology a plus but not required; experience teaching math is the priority. A modest amount of math-related curriculum development would likely be part of the job responsibilities.
2) ENGLISH: Test prep, homework help, and enrichment LA as follows:
Ideal ENGLISH instructor candidate would have strong communication skills, ability to teach SAT/ACT Verbal Prep (training is available) and Language Arts classes, and competency and an established history of working well with all levels of English proficiency from middle school through high school. ESL teaching experience a plus.
Classes would involve one-on-one private tutoring as well as teaching established curricula to small group-classes of 3-8 students. Focus is typically on standardized test English (SAT, ACT, ISEE, etc.), enrichment English, and English/LA homework help for students in grades 5-12. Possibly some ESL. Some English-related curriculum development would likely be part of the job responsibilities.
3) ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITY: College Admissions Advising instructors as follows:
Part-time opportunity for teaching during the school year in our College Transfer Program to individual international students preparing to matriculate from local community colleges to 4-year colleges of their choice. We are seeking charismatic, engaging teachers with experience or interest in teaching international students with varying levels of English proficiency. Some prior experience with high school or college advising is a plus; training for the right candidate is available. Classes would involve one-on-one instruction at local community colleges, primarily on weekday mornings and afternoons. Focus is typically on preparation for the college application process as well as understanding the American educational system and American culture. Many of our English instructors have also participated in this unique program.
Three years teaching experience
or WA State certified
Three professional references
Reliable transportation a must.
For more information, please visit our website at: www.MercerEducation.com
If you are interested, please email a cover letter and resume in PDF or MS Word format (attachments only – not cloud-based links, which will not be opened).