Middle School Math Teacher

Trinity Episcopal School
Charlotte, NC United States

Trinity Episcopal School is seeking a Middle School Math Teacher effective immediately. This 10-month, full-time employee reports directly to the Middle School Head. As a member of the middle school faculty, the middle school math teacher will teach various levels of math to students in grades six through eight. Middle school teachers also fulfill the role of student advisor and will shepherd ten to twelve students in grades six through eight as their Koinonia (Greek for fellowship) leader. Our highly relational advisory program requires someone with significant emotional intelligence. Our collaborative decision making process is best served by someone who has a commitment to the school’s mission and its community. Finally, like all other faculty, the middle school math teacher will assist the overall educational efforts of the school by participating whenever and wherever he/she can.  The Middle School Math Teacher supports the work of the School by promoting the mission, values, and policies of Trinity Episcopal School.


Primary  Responsibilities: The Middle School Math Teacher’s primary responsibilities include the following:

  • Teach several math classes in grades 6, 7, 8 as assigned
  • Design and update curriculum for all classes taught
  • Communicate with families through report cards and conversations
  • Plan for the accommodation of learning differences via the usage of appropriate technology tools, i.e. adaptive/assistive devices, audio recordings, etc.
  • Facilitate a Koinonia group
  • Cover recess, lunch and carpool duties on a rotating basis as a member of the MS instructional team
  • Attend all field trips, service learning outings, community events and gatherings and serendipitous learning opportunities
  • All other duties as assigned by the Head of Middle School

Education and Work Experience

  • Previous teaching experience in a middle school is preferred
  • Minimum of an undergraduate degree in Math or a related field

Skills and Qualifications

  • While this is primarily a math position, a broad, generalist background in teaching would be a plus
  • Ability to partner with other teachers in the department in order to help deliver a cohesive program for students 
  • Ability to prepare unit plans, daily lesson plans, classroom materials and assessments
  • Preferred experience using the following digital learning programs: Google Workplace for Education
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, writing, organizational and communication skills

Contact Information

Interested candidates should apply via the Trinity Episcopal School career page at https://www.tescharlotte.org/careers