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  • Lower Division Faculty / 1st Grade Teacher

    Position Title: LD Faculty / 1st Grade Teacher
    FLSA Classification: Full Time
    Reports To: Lower Division Director
    Position Purpose:

    We are in an exciting phase in the Lower Division of strategically integrating Harvard’s Project Zero’s research on Teaching for Understanding into our curriculum and pedagogy. We have had one cohort of ten Lower Division faculty attend Project Zero’s Summer Institute. We anticipate the rest of our Lower Division faculty participating in Project Zero’s Institute over the next couple summers. Completing Project Zero’s summer program will be an expectation of any new hire.

    In addition, we are finalizing our Strategic Academic Plan. This has been a three year process (2019-2021) that involved consulting with Independent School Management, the independent school leader in schedule design, which delivered a set of priorities and learning outcomes that strategically aligned with a new daily schedule and our new Portrait of a Graduate. This strategic work comes on the heels of our Upper and Middle Division which recently have gone through a similar three year process (2017-2019). Candidates are encouraged to gain a deeper understanding of our strategic work via our Associate Head of Academics’s recent article in the Casady Magazine entitled “Strategic Academic Plan” (p. 8-18): https://bbk12e1-cdn.myschoolcdn.com/ftpimages/779/misc/misc_181487.pdf

    Teacher Duties and Responsibilities:
     - Teach age-and-developmentally-appropriate skills and knowledge that scaffold cohesively across both a horizontal and vertical curriculum axis
     - Aspire to make learning fun, joyful, relevant, collaborative, and curiosity-driven
     - Model and foster a learning culture of curiosity, inquisitiveness, and growth-mindedness
     - Keep an organized and orderly classroom that promotes creativity and learning
     - Create and prepare daily lesson plans for appropriate age and learning skill level, making adjustments when needed
     - Participate in curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions
     - Collaborate in a collegial manner with all faculty to promote cross-disciplinary student learning
     - Integrate technology thoughtfully and innovatively to promote student learning outcomes
     - Actively participate in on-going professional development via self-directed goal setting through FolioCollaborative
     - Use assessment data (e.g. ERBs, Star, Dibels) to differentiate learning for individual students, refine curriculum, and inform instructional practices
     - Support and adhere to administration and school-wide policies
     - Participate in teaching training sessions and stay up on current teaching methods, practices and any new knowledge in your field within your professional learning communities.

    Teacher Requirements and Qualification:
     - A confident, compassionate, and empathetic leader
     - Very strong verbal and written communication skills
     - Clear, consistent and respectful communicator
     - Attentive listener
     - Create a fun learning environment while maintaining a well-managed classroom
     - Excellent collaborator
     - Outstanding critical thinking abilities
     - Strong organizational skills
     - Good classroom management
     - Proficient in the subject(s) you will be teaching
     - Bachelor’s Degree in Teaching, Education
     - State-issued teaching certification
     - Relevant experience
     - Strong technology skills and the ability to fully embed technology into the instructional program.
     - Pass a state-enforced background check
     - Upstanding ethics and integrity
     - A passion for learning and sharing your knowledge with others

    Contact: All qualified and interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy statement to Montie Sill, Lower Division Director, at sillm@casady.org.
  • Middle Division Assistant Director

    Division:
    Middle Division

    Job Title:
    Middle Division Assistant Director

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Middle Division Assistant Director to begin in July 2022. This position works collaboratively with the Middle Division Director to oversee all aspects of student life to help foster a safe, healthy, and positive student experience in the Middle Division, as well as to assist with the school’s faculty growth and professional development.

    Essential functions include:
    • Oversight of the planning and implementation of programmatic aspects related to Wellness, Advisory, House, Special Events, Athletics/PE, Clubs, Trips/Excursions, Admissions/Ambassador, etc.
    • Administration and resolution of student discipline issues, along with any additional student issues or conflicts.
    • Assistance with faculty growth and professional development of the school.

    Qualified candidates will possess:
    • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree with some post graduate work preferred.
    • A minimum of three years teaching with preference to independent school experience.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply please submit a current CV and a cover letter along with any pertinent letters of recommendation to careers@casady.org.
  • Middle Division Computer Science Teacher

    Division:
    Middle Division

    Job Title:
    Computer Science Teacher and PK-12 Instructional Technology Specialist.

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Middle Division Computer Science teacher to begin in August 2021.  The position will teach two MD computer science classes and provide PK-12 instructional technology support for faculty, students and parents. 

    Teachers at Casady have extra duties, including but not limited to: monitoring one or two rows of students in daily Chapel, conversing with nine students at a family-style lunch table, and proctoring Study Halls.  The successful candidate will also contribute to the life of Casady’s Middle Division. The willingness and ability to coach at least one sport or sponsor a club would be a plus. We seek a flexible, dynamic, and creative colleague to assist in meeting the curricular needs of present and future students.  Candidates need to be committed to teaching in a vibrant and growing independent school community.  Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.  Degrees in Computer Science or Instructional Technology are preferred.  

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply please submit a current CV and a cover letter along with any pertinent letters of recommendation to Dr. Jason Scheer, Middle Division Director. 

    Contact:
    Dr. Jason Scheer

    Email:
  • Middle Division French Teacher

    Division:
    Middle Division

    Job Title:
    French Teacher

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Middle Division French teacher to begin in August 2022.  The position will teach five sections with two preps of French and will be an advisor.  

    Teachers at Casady have extra duties, including but not limited to: monitoring one or two rows of students in daily Chapel, conversing with nine students at a family-style lunch table, and proctoring Study Halls.  The successful candidate will also contribute to the life of Casady’s Middle Division. The willingness and ability to coach at least one sport would be a plus. We seek a flexible, dynamic, and creative colleague to assist in meeting the curricular needs of present and future students.  Candidates need to be committed to teaching in a vibrant and growing independent school community.  Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in French language or French Education.  

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply please submit a current CV and a cover letter along with any pertinent letters of recommendation to Dr. Jason Scheer, Middle Division Director. 

    Contact:
    Dr. Jason Scheer

    Email:
  • Middle Division Learning Specialist

    Position Title: Middle Division Learning Specialist
    Position Number: 07-17
    Date Modified: 12-20-2021
    Date Reviewed: 12-20-2021
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Middle Division Director/Director of Student Support Services
    Position Purpose: The role of Learning Specialist is to support students with different learning needs in 5- grade through 8- grade by coordinating intervention, remediation, and enrichment. 

    Essential Functions
    • Support teachers in their efforts to advance students with different learning needs within the classroom; work with parents and outside professionals to support students. 
    • Provides academic screenings to determine the need for further evaluations. 
    • Works within the school-wide Learning Resources Team to develop a sustainable program to provide assistance and resources for students with learning and behavioral differences. 
    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills.

    Qualifications
    • Possesses significant knowledge of learning differences, the ability to provide academic screening and interpret test scores, and an understanding of diverse teaching strategies across the curriculum.  
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
    • Knowledge of early adolescent development.  
    • Classroom teaching experience, with children ages 10-15, across content areas preferred.  
    • Master’s Degree (Special Education, Learning Specialist, School Psychologist, Educational Therapist, Guidance Counselor or other similar post-masters specialization preferred) or equivalent years of experience.  
    • Ability to implement formal and informal assessments. 
    • Relevant technology skills. 

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment  
    • Regularly sit, talk, hear and visually intercept others.  
    • Able to occasionally lift up to 30 pounds.  
    • Regularly uses close and distance vision.  
    • Work at a desk and computer screen for extended periods of time.  
    • Turn, bend, reach and may occasionally use a ladder.  
    • Work in a traditional climate controlled office and school campus environment in varied and extreme weather conditions. 

    Additional Functions  
    • Observes, at teachers’, parents’ or Directors’ request, students displaying academic or behavioral difficulties in grades 5 through 8.  
    • Works with the Learning Resources Team to manage ongoing screening processes and interpret assessment data and coordinate interventions.  
    • Provides support for teachers to differentiate instruction as needed.  
    • Develops and updates Learning Profiles (LP) with student goals and accommodations for each student requiring specialized support in collaboration with Director of Student Support Services, Lead Learning Specialist, parents, and faculty.  
    • Supports faculty in the implementation of each student’s LP..  
    • Assists teachers in the classroom to help adjust, modify and enrich curricular approaches.  
    • Provides individual and small group assistance as needed for students who demonstrate the need for organizational skills, time management skills, memory strategies and problem solving and study skills.  
    • Provides consultation services to school staff and parents to assist them in understanding and supporting students’ academic and behavioral needs.  
    • Works with the Director of Student Support Services  and/or Lead Learning Specialist to recommend tutors, psycho educational evaluators, specialists, outside agencies, etc.  
    • Works with the Division Director to consult with and coordinate with outside specialists working with students.  
    • Works with the Division Director to make referrals to the Director of Student Support Services and/or School Counselor for counseling of individuals and small groups of children toward social and emotional growth.  
    • Initiates and attends meetings for all students receiving instructional support.  
    • Maintains confidential student records and keeps accurate documentation of sessions, meetings, and other communications appropriate to ethical and professional standards.  
    • Attends and participates in faculty meetings, committee meetings, school functions and professional development activities.  
    • Remains current with accepted and appropriate instructional theory, practice and research, including engaging in regular and strategic professional development, to advance the role of the Learning Specialist.  
    • Upholds the mission, policies, and procedures of Casady School.  
    • Represents Casady School positively in the school community and the wider community.  
    • Performs other tasks as deemed necessary and appropriate by the Middle Division Director, Lead Learning Specialist, and the Director of Student Support Services.


    Please contact Dr. Jason Scheer at scheerj@casady.org to submit a resume and cover letter.
  • Middle Division Mathematics Teacher

    Division:
    Middle Division

    Job Title:
    Math Teacher

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Middle Division Math teacher to begin in August 2022.  The position will teach five sections with two preps of Algebra and Geometry and will be an advisor.  

    Teachers at Casady have extra duties, including but not limited to: monitoring one or two rows of students in daily Chapel, conversing with nine students at a family-style lunch table, and proctoring Study Halls.  The successful candidate will also contribute to the life of Casady’s Middle Division. The willingness and ability to coach at least one sport would be a plus. We seek a flexible, dynamic, and creative colleague to assist in meeting the curricular needs of present and future students.  Candidates need to be committed to teaching in a vibrant and growing independent school community.  Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Math or Math Education.  

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply please submit a current CV and a cover letter along with any pertinent letters of recommendation to Dr. Jason Scheer, Middle Division Director. 

    Contact:
    Dr. Jason Scheer

    Email:
  • Substitute Teacher (All Divisions)

    Casady School maintains a roster of substitute teachers for each of our Divisions to call upon as-needed throughout the School year:
    • Primary (PreK - Kindergarten)
    • Lower (1st - 4th grade)
    • Middle (5th - 8th grade)
    • Upper (9th - 12th grade)
    If you would be interested in being a substitute teacher at Casady, please complete this application and submit it to careers@casady.org for consideration.
  • Upper Division Chaplain

    Position Title: Upper Division Chaplain
    Position Number: 02-01
    Date Modified: October 1, 2021
    Date Reviewed: October 1, 2021
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Head of School
    Position Purpose: The Upper Division Chaplain of the Religion department is responsible for the programming of the chapel and religious academics with a focus on grades seventh to twelfth.

    Essential Functions
    • Supervise in the development and implementation of the religion courses from 7th-12th grade.
    • Works closely with the Lower Division Chaplain to ensure the scope and sequence of the chapel and religion classes scaffold and sequence.
    • Supervise and oversee the chapel programming for the Middle and Upper Divisions.
    • Assist and support the Lower Division Chaplain with chapel duties in the Primary and Lower divisions.
    • Assist in the planning preparation, and conducting of the special services throughout the liturgical calendar.
    • Support the outreach and service learning program by providing coordination and directing an increased involvement of Lower division students.
    • Provide appropriate Pastoral support to all divisions.
    • Support and work closely, as needed, the Social Emotional Learning Team.
    • Support and work closely, as needed, with the Community and Inclusion Team.

    Religion Department Co-Chair
    • Working closely and collaboratively with the Lower Division Chaplain the Upper Division Chaplain will be the person who attends the Curriculum meetings and represents the religion department.
    • In collaboration with the Lower Division Chaplain, the Upper Division Chaplain will be responsible for the completion of the evaluation and development of religion faculty.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills.

    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree strongly preferred.
    • Episcopal Clergy.
    • Preferred knowledge of Episcopal liturgy.
    • Involvement with students of all ages with preference towards teens.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.
    • Celebrate the mass or Holy Eucharist as needed or necessary.
    • Serve and assist as a Priest at special services, those involved with our liturgical season.
    • Visiting the bereaved and families or individuals in need or crisis.
    • Assist or carry out duties in baptisms, funerals, wedding or any other sacramental duties.

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Work in a stressful environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
    • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate-controlled office/classroom environment.
    • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

    Additional Functions
    • Co-Plan, prepare and conduct a number of special services throughout the liturgical calendar to be age appropriate for each division.
    • Ability to communicate with parents on an as needed basis.
    • Maintain a relationship with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma, to the Episcopal churches in our diocese and in Oklahoma City, and to maintain/establish relationships to other churches/religious communities.
    • Willingness to work with, minister to, and love all types of children, alumni, faculty, staff, parents and community.
    • Help with maintenance of the chapel Fabric in terms of building and use of facilities in Chapel building area.
    • Co-Responsible for making and printing of bulletins for services or overseeing their production.
    • Co-Responsible for publicizing the Chapel-related functions, services and activities.
    • Co-Responsible for the Chapel Life Committee will seek to deepen student involvement and inclusiveness.
    • Responsible for recruitment, enrollment, certification, and supervision of acolytes, lay readers, chalice bearers and lay Eucharistic visitors.
    Please send your cover letter and resume to Nathan Sheldon, Head of School, at sheldonn@casady.org.
  • Upper Division Computer Science Teacher

    Casady School is seeking a Computer Science teacher to fill a full-time position in the expanding Upper Division Computer Science department beginning July of 2022. This position would have the primary responsibility of teaching computer science to students in ninth through twelfth grade.

    This position will be responsible for teaching four sections of Computer Science four to five days on a rotating six-day cycle with classes lasting between 45 - 75 minutes. Courses may include Robotics, Web Development, App Development, Computer Science Fundamentals, Animation and Game Development, Machine Learning, and/or others depending on need as well as the interest and expertise of the teacher.

    Prior teaching experience is required, and familiarity with multiple programming languages is preferred, as well as the minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Candidates should be collaborative, creative, and enthusiastic about developing and delivering the curriculum. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in physical computing such as maker space, diy, or robotics. We are looking for candidates who are committed to a curriculum and learning environment that welcomes all students. Knowledge of best practices, especially in teaching project-based courses, is expected.

    Computer Science at Casady is an innovative curriculum which encourages students to explore computer science beyond a traditional AP curriculum; therefore, teachers are expected to continue learning and researching new emerging technologies to bring into the classroom.

    To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume to Dr. Jon Powell, Director of Upper Division, at powellj@casady.org.
  • Upper Division History Teacher


    Division:
    Upper Division

    Job Title:
    History Teacher

    Description:
    Casady School invites a cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy from applicants interested in the position of Upper Division (9-12) History teacher to begin in August 2022.  The position is for in-person learning on campus. The typical course load is four sections, two preps.

    The successful candidate will be able and willing to teach the skills and content typically expected in freshman- to senior-level high school history courses: Global History, United States History, United States Government and Politics, Economics, European History, etc. The ability and willingness to teach advanced level seminars on topics related to History would be a plus. Some courses will be interdisciplinary and/or team taught.

    Teachers at Casady also have extra duties, including but not limited to: monitoring one or two rows of students in daily Chapel, conversing with nine students at a family-style lunch table, and proctoring Study Halls.  The successful candidate will also contribute to the life of Casady’s Upper Division. The ability and willingness to coach at least one sport would be a plus, as would the ability and willingness to sponsor history-related student clubs or organizations. 

    We seek a flexible, dynamic, and creative colleague to assist in meeting the curricular needs of present and future students.  Candidates need to be committed to teaching in a vibrant and growing independent school community.   

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please submit a cover letter, teaching philosophy, and a current CV along with any pertinent letters of recommendation to Dr. Jon Powell, Upper Division Director. 

    Contact:
    Dr. Jon Powell

    Email:
  • Upper Division Mathematics Teacher

    Division:
    Upper Division

    Job Title:
    Mathematics Teacher (New Posting)

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Upper Division (9-12) Mathematics teacher to begin in August 2022.  This position is for in-person learning on campus. The typical course load is four sections, two preps. The successful candidate will be able to teach Geometry and Honors Geometry, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Honors Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus 1 and 2, Honors Pre-Calculus 2, Calculus AB and BC, and Statistics, including AP Statistics. The ability and willingness to teach Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus would be a plus. 

    Teachers at Casady have extra duties, including but not limited to: monitoring one or two rows of students in daily Chapel, conversing with nine students at a family-style lunch table, and proctoring Study Halls. The successful candidate will also contribute to the life of Casady’s Upper Division. The willingness and ability to coach at least one sport would be a plus. We seek a flexible, dynamic, and creative colleague to assist in meeting the curricular needs of present and future students. Candidates need to be committed to teaching in a vibrant and growing independent school community. Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and will likely have teaching experience at the high school and/or the college level.

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply please submit a cover letter, current CV, and teaching philosophy, along with any pertinent letters of recommendation, to Dr. Jon Powell, Upper Division Director. 

    Contact:
    Dr. Jon Powell
  • Varsity Football Head Coach

    Position Title: Varsity Head Football Coach
    FLSA Classification: Part-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Athletic Director

    Position Purpose:
    Instruct student-athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy, and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success.

    Essential Functions
     - Manage all aspects of football program
     - Responsible for supervision of his or her team during scheduled practice and game times.  

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills.  Additional duties may be included as needed by the Physical Education Department.

    Qualifications
     - College Degree and/or some experience in a similar position.
     - Well-rounded knowledge of physical conditioning methods.
     - First Aid Certificate from the American Red Cross, including CPR training, is desired.
     - Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
     - Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.
     - Willingness to obtain CDL to assist with transportation to and from sporting events.

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
     - Works in a highly stressful environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines, and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
     - May work at a desk and computer for limited periods of time.
     - May work long hours for extended periods of time, including overnight travel.
     - Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs. 
     - Works in varied and extreme weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

    Additional Functions
     - Will ensure that everyone associated with his or her program in grades 7-12 (players and coaches) adhere to School policies, including, uniform requirements.
     - Clearly defines and communicates expectations to students, including the Varsity Letter Criteria.
     - Maintains team website to include final scores.
     - Works with the Athletic Director to coordinate and secure game officials and support personnel.
     - Keep track of equipment and uniform inventories and report lost supply to administrative assistant.
     - Responsible for all schedules, transportation for travel, hotel accommodations and media information.
     - Responsible for supervision of his or her team during scheduled practice and game times.  The coach is generally the last team member to leave campus.
     - Responsible for locking and securing facility, especially pertaining to after hour’s practices or games.
     - Reports injuries to our athletic trainer and sees that necessary forms are filled out. (Injury report and/or Headmasters Report).
     - Responsible for making budget requests for their entire program in the areas of uniforms, equipment, transportation, entry fees, clinics, hotel accommodations, and supplies.

    This position will begin in the summer of 2022. Send a cover letter and resume to Mike Shepherd, Director of Athletics, at shepherdm@casady.org.
Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.
Casady School is a PreK-12, independent, college preparatory Episcopal day school committed to deeper-level learning. Casady School welcomes a student body that reflects the diversity of the world around us and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs generally accorded or made available to students at the School.