List of 8 items.

  • LD 1st Grade Faculty

    Position Title: LD 1st Grade Faculty
    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 in the midst of a Strategic Academic Plan. This will be a three year process  (2019-2021) that involves consulting with Independent School Management, the independent school leader in schedule design, to deliver a set of priorities and learning outcomes that will be 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 going 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)

    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.
  • MD Spanish Teacher

    MD Spanish Teacher
    Casady School is in an exciting phase of growth and evolution as a school. Notably, Casady has spent the past two years working collaboratively to develop a Strategic Academic Plan that includes a new daily schedule in both the Middle and Upper Division for 2019-2020. The Strategic Academic Plan focuses on five priorities: Student Wellness, Student Engagement, Durable Learning, Community Engagement, and Skills & Knowledge. In addition, Casady’s Strategic Academic Plan includes a pedagogical focus on promoting student engagement and durable learning through learning that is collaborative, interdisciplinary, engaging, authentic, customized/student-driven, and relevant.

    Casady School is, therefore, looking for a full-time Spanish teacher who will model a growth mindset and join a Middle Division faculty culture that values courage, creativity, and connection. Faculty are encouraged to be innovators, collaborators, and risk-takers in vigorous pursuit of promoting active, student-centered learning that boosts long-term retention of skills and knowledge.

    The World Language Department at Casady School endeavors to develop excellence in the linguistic and cultural competence of our students and to instill in them the confidence to use their knowledge of the language beyond the classroom. A major focus of our program is to build language proficiency by focusing on what students can do with the language rather than what they know about the language.

    Teaching Responsibilities:
    • Teaches a full teaching load of four sections of Middle Division Spanish
    • Reports progress regularly throughout the year to the parents.
    • Has responsibilities for assistance during family style lunch.
    • Attends daily chapel with Middle Division students
    • Performs administrative assignments with minimal direction.
    • Works with grade team and learning specialist to further the general welfare of the students.
    • Faculty members are expected to set annual growth goals and participate in ongoing professional development approved by the Division Director.
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Ideal candidates will have extensive teaching experience in Spanish and coaching experience in an independent school.
    • A four-year college degree is required; an advanced degree preferred.
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
    • Regularly sit, talk, hear and visually intercept visitors.
    • Is able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.
    • Regularly uses close and distance vision.
    • Works at a desk and computer screen for extended periods of time.
    • Turns, bends, reaches and may occasionally use a ladder.
    • Works in a traditional climate-controlled office environment.
    Casady School is the oldest, Episcopal independent day school in Oklahoma City. Casady enrolls 900+ students Pre K-12. Casady is a member of the Southwest Preparatory Conference. As a mission-driven school, Casady develops excellence, confidence, and integrity in students and prepares them with the skills and knowledge that serves as the foundation for success.

    Compensation will be competitive and based on education and experience. Casady School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to our Middle Division Director, Dr. Jason Scheer, at scheerj@casady.org
  • Physical Education Faculty, Head Baseball Coach & Coach

    Position Title: Physical Education Faculty, Head Baseball Coach & Coach
    Position Number: 10-10
    Date Modified: February 23, 2020
    Date Reviewed: February 23, 2020
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Physical Education Coordinator, Athletic Director
     
    Position Purpose: Implement the curriculum of the content area, and responsible for creating and maintaining an age appropriate environment. Instruct students in fundamental skills necessary to develop motor skills and movement knowledge, along with positive social and personal skills, to develop healthy lifestyles.

    Essential Functions

    Faculty
    • Maintain control of a classroom with a specific subject focus.  
    • Responsible for implementing the curriculum, presenting lessons, writing reports and contacting parents.
    • Ability to communicate with parents on an as needed basis.
    • Faculty members attend divisional meetings, in-service days, and participate in other school activities.

    Physical Education
    • Implement the Departmental Physical Education curriculum and schedule as outlined by the Physical Education Coordinator.
    • Properly supervise the students during class time, including, transporting to gym complex and locker room and/or area supervision assignments.

    Assistant Coach
    • Carry out the aims and objectives of the sport program as outlined by the Head coach and Athletic Director.
    • Instruct athletes in the fundamental skills.

    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 diploma and some experience in a similar position.
    • A valid First Aid Certificate from the American Red Cross, including CPR training is preferred.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.
    • Willingness to obtain CDL.

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Work in an environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
    • Regularly sit, talk and hear and visually intercept visitors. 
    • 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 75 lbs.
    • Work in varied and extreme weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

    Additional Functions

    Faculty
    • Facilitate parent conferences twice a year and send grade reports six times a year are sent to the parents.
    • Faculty is responsible for assistance in some ways during lunch.
    • Develop and implement curriculum collaboratively with Division Director and Department Chairs. 
    • Observe and contribute to the general welfare of the students and to Casady as a whole. 
    • Faculty members are expected to seek out and participate in Faculty Studies opportunities approved by the Division Director.

    Physical Education
    • Prepare equipment and activity area for class.
    • Proper care and storage of P.E. equipment.
    • Monitor the students for uniform requirements.
    • Complete injury report form when necessary. 
    • Ability to communicate with parents on an as needed basis. 
    • Report any student problem to the Physical Education Coordinator.
    • Participate in Departmental responsibilities during school events, such as Homecoming and major athletic events.

    Assistant Coach
    • Assist in the supervision of the team during scheduled practice time and games
    • Assist the head coach in reporting injuries to our athletic trainer and sees that necessary forms are filled out.

    To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume/CV to Steve McCarthy, Director of Athletics, at mccarthys@casady.org
  • Physical Education Faculty, Head Field Hockey Coach & Coach

    Position Title: Physical Education Faculty, Head Field Hockey Coach & Coach
    Position Number: 10-10
    Date Modified: February 23, 2020
    Date Reviewed: February 23, 2020
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Physical Education Coordinator, Athletic Director
     
    Position Purpose: Implement the curriculum of the content area, and responsible for creating and maintaining an age appropriate environment. Instruct students in fundamental skills necessary to develop motor skills and movement knowledge, along with positive social and personal skills, to develop healthy lifestyles.

    Essential Functions

    Faculty
    • Maintain control of a classroom with a specific subject focus.  
    • Responsible for implementing the curriculum, presenting lessons, writing reports and contacting parents.
    • Ability to communicate with parents on an as needed basis.
    • Faculty members attend divisional meetings, in-service days, and participate in other school activities.
    Physical Education
    • Implement the Departmental Physical Education curriculum and schedule as outlined by the Physical Education Coordinator.
    • Properly supervise the students during class time, including, transporting to gym complex and locker room and/or area supervision assignments.
    Assistant Coach
    • Carry out the aims and objectives of the sport program as outlined by the Head coach and Athletic Director.
    • Instruct athletes in the fundamental skills.
    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 diploma and some experience in a similar position.
    • A valid First Aid Certificate from the American Red Cross, including CPR training is preferred.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.
    • Willingness to obtain CDL.
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Work in an environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
    • Regularly sit, talk and hear and visually intercept visitors. 
    • 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 75 lbs.
    • Work in varied and extreme weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.
    Additional Functions

    Faculty
    • Facilitate parent conferences twice a year and send grade reports six times a year are sent to the parents.
    • Faculty is responsible for assistance in some ways during lunch.
    • Develop and implement curriculum collaboratively with Division Director and Department Chairs. 
    • Observe and contribute to the general welfare of the students and to Casady as a whole. 
    • Faculty members are expected to seek out and participate in Faculty Studies opportunities approved by the Division Director.
    Physical Education
    • Prepare equipment and activity area for class.
    • Proper care and storage of P.E. equipment.
    • Monitor the students for uniform requirements.
    • Complete injury report form when necessary. 
    • Ability to communicate with parents on an as needed basis. 
    • Report any student problem to the Physical Education Coordinator.
    • Participate in Departmental responsibilities during school events, such as Homecoming and major athletic events.
    Assistant Coach
    • Assist in the supervision of the team during scheduled practice time and games
    • Assist the head coach in reporting injuries to our athletic trainer and sees that necessary forms are filled out.
     
    To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume/CV to Steve McCarthy, Director of Athletics, at mccarthys@casady.org
  • Primary Division Faculty

    Position Title: Primary Division Faculty
    Date Modified: February 19, 2020
    Date Reviewed: February 19, 2020
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Primary Division Director
     
    Position Purpose:
    Implement the curriculum of the content area, and create and maintain an age-appropriate attractive environment for Primary Division, a Montessori-based school for PreK and Kindergarten.

    Essential Expectations
    (Personal Commitments)
    • I support the mission of the school.
    • I prepare and deliver instruction that inspires all learners.
    • I create an atmosphere both inside and outside the classroom where students and colleagues feel safe, respected, and confident.
    • I find ways to make it obvious to all students and colleagues that I wish them success every day, both inside and outside the classroom.
    • I present myself each day in ways that will be seen by students as consistent, approachable, and reliable.
    • I appropriately carry out specific assignments and directives as determined by the School.
    • I uphold professional standards of personal presentation, punctuality, professional courtesy, and discretion.
    • I authentically engage in self-reflection and annual development of a growth and renewal plan based on the Characteristics of Professional Excellence.  This includes written goals in Folio and progress toward those goals. 
    • I honor the confidentiality of school and student information.
    • I understand it is my responsibility to read, understand, and comply with the policies and procedures as articulated in the school’s Faculty Handbook.
    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of expectations.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills. 

    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education preferred. Montessori Certification or willingness to pursue Montessori Certification through an approved program is required.
    • Ability to ascertain which students need immediate assistance and to act accordingly.
    • Basic computer skills.
    Additional Functions (some or all may be required)
    • Has a fundamental understanding of and appreciation for the Montessori method of teaching.
    • Work full-day schedule as assigned from Primary Division Director.
    • Active Listening - Give full attention to what students are saying, take time to understand the points being made, and ask questions as appropriate.
    • Active Supervision - At all times making sure that children under care are accounted for and engaged in safe activities.
    • Facilitate parent conferences three times a year and report three times a year by the homeroom teacher to the parents.
    • Responsible for assistance in some ways during lunch, playground time, and/or carpool procedures.
    • Attend divisional meetings, admissions and testing events, in-service days, and participate in other school activities.
    • The faculty member will take an active role in pursuing new learning to stay current on best practices.
    • Learning Strategies - Select and use training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things.
    • Faculty members are expected to seek out and participate in Faculty Studies opportunities either approved by or directed by the Division Director.

    To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume/CV to Clint McEwen, Primary Division Director, at mcewenc@casady.org.
  • UD Learning Specialist

    Position Title: Upper Division Learning Specialist
    Position Number: 07-17
    Date Modified: February 18, 2020
    Date Reviewed: August 09, 2019
    FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
    Reports To: Director of Student Support Services
    Position Purpose: The role of the Learning Specialist is to support students with different learning needs in the 9th grade through 12th grade by coordinating interventions, remediation, enrichment, and accommodations.
     
    Essential Functions
    • Support teachers in their effort to advance students with different learning needs within the classroom; work with parents and outside professionals to support students.
    • Provide cognitive, academic, behavioral, and social-emotional screenings to determine the need for further evaluations.
    • Work with the school-wide Student Support Services Team to develop a sustainable program to provide assistance and resources for students with learning and behavioral differences.
    • Coordinate testing accommodations, supports, and arrangements for college entrance exams.
    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 and disabilities, the ability to provide cognitive, academic, behavioral, and social-emotional and academic screenings 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 10-18, 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 9 through 12.
    • Works with the Learning Resources Team to manage ongoing screening processes, interpret assessment data, and coordinate interventions.
    • Provides support for teachers to differentiate instruction as needed.
    • Develops and updates Learning Profile (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, note-taking, memory strategies, 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 Upper Division Director to consult with and coordinate with outside specialists working with students.
    • Works with the Upper Division Director to make referrals to the Director of Student Support Services and/or Upper Division 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 Upper Division Director, Lead Learning Specialist, and the Director of Student Support Services.

    To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume/CV to Dr. Baucum McKinney, Director of Psychological Services, at mckinneyj@casady.org.
  • UD Mathematics Teacher (New Posting)

    Division: Upper Division
    Job Title: Mathematics Teacher (New Posting)

    Description:
    Casady School invites applications for the position of Upper Division Mathematics teacher to begin in August 2020. 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.

    Review of applications will begin immediately and 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. Jon Powell, Upper Division Director.

    Contact: Dr. Jon Powell
     
  • Upper Division History Teacher

    Division:
    Upper Division (9-12)

    Job Title:
    History Teacher

    Requirement:
    BA in History or a closely-related discipline

    Description:
    Casady School is in an exciting phase of growth and evolution as a school. Notably, Casady has spent the past three years working collaboratively to develop a Strategic Academic Plan that includes a new daily schedule in both the Middle and Upper Division for 2019-2020. The Strategic Academic Plan focuses on five priorities: Student Wellness, Student Engagement, Durable Learning, Community Engagement, and Skills & Knowledge. In addition, Casady’s Strategic Academic Plan includes a pedagogical focus on promoting student learning that is collaborative, interdisciplinary, engaging, authentic, customized/student-driven, and relevant.

    Casady School invites applications for the position of Upper Division History teacher to begin in August 2020.  The successful candidate will be able and willing to teach Global History and United States History. The ability and willingness to teach advanced level seminars on topics related to United States Government and Politics, Economics, and/or European History would be a plus. Some courses will be interdisciplinary and/or team taught.

    The typical course load is four sections, two preps. 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. The ability and willingness to sponsor history-related student clubs or organizations would also 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.  

    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
    powellj@casady.org
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