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General Science Teacher

St HOPE Leadership Academy Charter School 

Science Teacher – Middle School

Organization Overview:

St HOPE Leadership Academy is a college-preparatory public charter middle school in Harlem, New York City. The school opened in 2008 and serves students in grades 6 through 8. St HOPE provides a rigorous curriculum, intensive interventions for students performing below grade level, and a defined character development program in a structured and disciplined learning environment. At St HOPE, community service is valued by students, parents and staff. To help meet our students’ diverse learning needs, each core class at St HOPE is taught utilizing a collaborative co-teaching model. St HOPE provides multiple opportunities for leadership at the department and grade team level. In addition, St HOPE provides a $2,000 stipend per year to every full-time staff member to explore external opportunities for professional development.

Our mission is to educate self-motivated, productive, and critically thinking leaders who are prepared to succeed in a college preparatory high school, committed to serving others, and passionate about lifelong learning.

We are seeking a Science teacher who is passionate about their students and content.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Responsible for all lesson plans, assignments, assessments, and other instructional materials and methods of teaching in your classroom

· Collect, report, and analyze both quantitative and qualitative data about students and refine lesson plans accordingly

· Support a school culture of high academic standards and behavioral standards grounded in restorative practices, with the aim of creating a supportive and engaging learning environment.


· Discipline specific Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in Education preferred

· NYS teaching certification or eligibility to be certified

· Special Education certification is a plus

· Ability to work as part of a high performing team, including exceptional communication and organizational skills

· Desire to work in an urban middle school, experience in NYC preferred

· Demonstrated belief that all children deserve an excellent education


· Competitive and commensurate with experience, with starting offers up to 15% above DOE salary.


· Full benefits package includes retirement plan with employer match, HRA, FSA, STD, LTD, paid time off, medical, dental and vision coverage as well as paid parental leave.

Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.

St HOPE Leadership Academy (SHLA) is an equal opportunity employer. SHLA does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.


  • teaching: 3 years (Preferred)
  • science teaching: 3 years (Preferred)


  • NYS teaching (Preferred)

Teach ELA at New Visions High Schools


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Who We Are

New Visions for Public Schools is the leading non-profit organization dedicated to the improvement of public education in New York City. Today, we support over 1,600 public schools and thousands of teachers, serving over a million students, in their most critical work: deciding what and how to teach, helping keep students on track to graduation, and preparing students for success beyond high school. New Visions directly manages a network of 10 charter high schools across the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens.

Our schools are co-located in DOE buildings and will be following NYC protocols, which include mandated vaccinations. Our protocols will be updated as necessary based on changes in NYC protocols or additional CDC directives.

Who You Are

You’re a dedicated educator who is committed to serving students from all backgrounds. You approach learning via a growth mindset and have a proven track record of engaging students. You are reflective, seek and effectively apply feedback, and strive to learn from those around you. You make informed decisions about lesson planning based on data and have demonstrated success in tailoring instruction to the needs of diverse learners. You work collaboratively with others to achieve common goals and are passionate about the mission of New Visions.

What You’ll Do

You’ll prepare all students for success with New York State Regents English exams. You’ll place an equal emphasis on developing critical thinkers by inviting students to ask questions, carry out discussions, and analyze texts. You’ll help students to master core academic content, think critically and solve complex problems, work collaboratively, communicate effectively, learn how to learn, and develop academic mindsets.

Why New Visions?

You can expect to receive enhanced instructional support, a range of professional development opportunities, access to flexible data tools and the opportunity to be part of a passionate team of colleagues. You’ll be empowered to meet each of your student’s needs through a collaborative and innovative learning environment. And most importantly, you’ll continue to inspire and make a difference in students’ lives.


  • Bachelor's (Required)


  • ELA Teaching: 3 years (Preferred)


  • NYS ELA Teaching Certification (Preferred)

Founding Sixth Grade Teacher

Valence College Prep Charter School

Valence College Prep, a growing 5th-8th grade charter school in Queens, seeks a dedicated educator for the position of 6th Grade Teacher. Valence College Prep is a small school, with 225 5th and 6th grade scholars in 2020-2021, and we’re growing by one grade per year to a full size of 440 scholars in 2022. We are expanding a team of passionate, adaptive, and detail-oriented educators united behind our mission – to equip each of our students with the academic skills, professional habits, and strength of character to graduate from college.

Job Summary

As a school, our first core belief is that excellent instruction yields strong academic performance. Our teachers have the most important job in our school, and our program is designed for teachers to be given the tools and support to thrive as classroom leaders every day. A Valence teacher teaches four periods per day, driving students toward mastery of the New York State standards in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Computer Science, or Physical Education. They also co-teach Advisory, Reading Circle, and intervention blocks, providing supports that scholars need to excel. All teachers report to the Head of School or Dean of Academics and participate in weekly collaboration, coaching, and professional development to maximize their positive impact on our scholars.

Key Responsibilities

  • Prepare Valence College Prep curricular materials to execute lesson plans at a high level every day
  • Implement Valence College Prep’s classroom routines and operational procedures to provide a consistent experience and expectations for scholars
  • Provide scholars with frequent and accurate academic and behavioral feedback
  • Participate actively in frequent professional development, coaching, and collaboration, and promptly implement coaching feedback into teaching practice
  • Communicate weekly with families
  • Collect and analyze multiple forms of scholar achievement data for purposes of targeting intervention, guiding instructional next steps, and improving practice
  • Collaborate with special education teachers and Dean of Student Support to provide accommodations for the success of scholars with special needs
  • Step in as a teacher leader on ad hoc tasks and projects when necessary to support and build a strong school environment

Key Competencies & Qualifications

  • Unwavering high expectations for all scholars and a belief that all children deserve access to a college education
  • Positivity and enthusiasm for the potential of every scholar
  • Ability to lead a classroom where excellence is expected and cultivated in 100% of scholars
  • Strong communication, organization, and on-the-fly problem solving skills
  • Capacity and passion to grow every day based on data and feedback from coach and peers
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum two years of urban teaching preferred
  • New York State teacher license/certification preferred
  • Proficiency in technological tools, including Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drive (or equivalents)


  • Teaching: 2 years (Preferred)


  • Bachelor’s (Required)

Work authorization:

  • United States (Required)

Elementary Teacher

Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings Charter School

Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings Charter School is an elementary and middle school proudly serving the students in our neighborhood in Brooklyn, affectionately known worldwide as ‘Bed-Stuy’. Opened in 2010, we serve more than 670 scholars in Kindergarten – Eighth Grade through the pursuit of 21st century learning, project based & service learning, and traditional coursework strategies, students will be prepared to succeed in academically competitive schools as well as become responsible citizens of the global community.

We offer you the opportunity to change the future: one scholar at a time. Each BSNBCS Scholar (present and future) deserves the chance to receive the quality education they need to help prepare them for academic success and growth. You also deserve to work in environment that is collaborative, fosters professional growth and development, and that empowers each staff member to take ownership of the learning environment in their classrooms or functional area. This is your chance to join a great team with the intent of teaching young minds, helping our scholars grow, work in key roles within the school, and to develop your career.

Our Elementary Teacher:

We are looking for a dedicated Elementary Teacher who will take a creative and entrepreneurial approach to teaching and bring the learning environment to life for our scholars. Our community of teachers strives to create a space that encourages student ownership in the learning process and that encourages students to think their way through answers while exploring their insights and curiosities about the lesson material.

We foster a culture of excitement about learning for our students by partnering together to create vibrant learning environments focused on project and inquiry based learning. We have a co-teaching model that allows our classroom teachers to partner together to ensure our scholars are engaged with rich and rigorous lesson material. We have a collaborative environment that is designed to help our scholars engage in their studies as well as in their natural curiosities and to embrace a culture that is based on restorative practices; allowing our scholars to feel connected, empowered, and respected.

A day in the life of our Elementary Teachers:

  • You will collaborate with your fellow teachers to ensure our curriculum meets and exceeds the common core standards of learning.
  • You will partner with your co-teacher to create and implement creative lesson plans based on the needs of your scholars and that are in accordance with the BSNBCS Mission.
  • You will work closely with peers and school administrators to develop multifaceted curriculum that integrates multiple subjects and approaches to meet the needs of your scholars.
  • We want you to take an entrepreneurial approach to your curriculum, teaching methods, and optional duties that allows you to be flexible, forward looking, and creative.
  • You’ll need to be aware of the school’s strategic initiatives and incorporate them into your work to ensure compliance with the BSNBCS Mission.
  • You’ll regularly report student progress while maintaining accurate and up to date records related to scholars’ achievement and performance.
  • You’ll take an active role in your professional development by identifying and creating opportunities that expand your skills as an educator.
  • Communication is important, so you will communicate frequently with scholars, parents, colleagues, and other school staff members with information that is pertinent to your scholars and their performance.
  • BNSBCS puts a big focus on our community, so you will need to take an active role in community outreach.
  • You’ll need a strong understanding of and ability to implement the BSNBCS Mission, Vision and Values.
  • Learning should be fun, so we want you to enjoy teaching and make every effort to make the learning environment engaging and exciting for your scholars!

What you need to bring to the table:

  • You MUST have a valid and current New York State Teacher Certification.
  • You MUST clear a fingerprint background check to work in any school in NY, so we require all teachers to be cleared through IdentoGo prior to starting employment with us. This cannot be waived and must be complete PRIOR to starting employment with us.
  • You must have a measurable and proven track record of teaching success in a NY District or Charter School
  • You must have at least two years of classroom teaching experience, preferably in an urban school.

What we offer you:

  • A full-time position with a competitive salary that is commensurate with your experience and qualifications
  • Amazing benefits! As a member of the team, your care and well being are a top priority. You will have a great benefits package that is not only affordable but includes all the perks and benefits you deserve!
  • The opportunity to shape the future. Each of our scholars has the potential to do great things. All they need is you to help show them how they can succeed!
  • A friendly and collaborative working environment: Our classrooms use a co-teaching model that encourages partnership and collaboration with your fellow teachers. We provide weekly professional learning community engagement and opportunities to participate in school wide activities!
  • The change to grow as a professional: You will be offered many opportunities to refine your skills and grow as a professional educator through quality professional development opportunities offered throughout the year!
  • A learning environment that is innovative and creative: You will be empowered to be to take ownership of the learning environment in your classroom through 21st learning that is focused in project based, and inquiry based learning systems!