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Physics/Computer Science Instructor at MSSM

Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM)

Anticipated Opening

2018-2019 School Year

Instructor - Physics/Computer Science (FT): The Maine School of Science & Mathematics invites applications for an Instructor of Physics and Computer Science. Candidates should have at least three years of university and/or high school teaching experience and be comfortable teaching a variety of Physics and Computer Science classes including: Algebra-based Physics, Calculus-based Physics (AP Physics C), Advanced Physics Topics elective (for students who have had AP Physics C), Introduction to Programming, Computer Science elective. Full time faculty members at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics advise a club or activity and participate in MSSM's student advisory program.

Qualifications: A minimum of a Masters in Physics, or related discipline is required, PhD preferred. Teaching load will be three sections of, at most, 16 students with weekly labs (up to three preps per semester). All successful candidates will exhibit an ability to inspire students, excellent communication and organizational skills, and a willingness and desire to work with high school students in a close-knit, residential community.

Deadline to apply:

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Student Life Advisor at LSMSA

Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA)

Open Until Filled

The primary duty of the Student Life Advisor (SLA) is to create and maintain a positive living/learning environment for the students in their care. Each SLA works independently with his/her group of students (approximately 30-40 students) and collectively with the other staff to ensure that student care, development, and safety needs are met.

In addition to programming responsibilities, SLAs who enjoy being involved in many aspects of campus life can elect to sponsor clubs and student organizations or to serve on various campus networks. SLAs can also plan or chaperone social or educational off-campus trips.

Specific responsibilities include supervising the student sign-out process, conducting nightly room checks to assure that all students are accounted for in the building, conducting weekly room-inspection, transporting students as needed (in school vehicles), enforcing policies, and planning and implementing social and educational programming. At times SLAs may need to dispense over-the-counter or prescription medication or provide other medical care, for which training is provided.

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Mathematics Instructor at MSSM

Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM)

ANTICIPATED OPENING 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR

Instructor - Mathematics (FT): The Mathematics Instructor will be responsible for teaching four sections of mathematics, likely a mixture of beginning and advanced courses. All members of the Mathematics Department help coach the school’s Math Team and participate in MSSM's student advisory program.

Qualifications: A successful candidate must have at least two years of exemplary teaching experience in a formal, academic setting and will exhibit: the ability to inspire students, excellent communication and organizational skills, and a willingness and desire to work with high school students in a close-knit, residential community.

A minimum of a Master's Degree in Mathematics or a related field is required.

If you are interested in the above position and meet the eligibility requirements, please complete and return an MSSM application for employment (http://www.mssm.org/Employment Opportunities), a cover letter resume, transcript and three letters of recommendation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via fax at 207-325-3340 attention: Danielle.

MSSM is an equal opportunity employer.

STEM Instructors at MSSM

Maine School of Science of Mathematics (MSSM)

POSITIONS

STEM Instructors

WHEN

Staff Training: June 29th - 30th, 2018

Summer Program: July 1st – Aug 4th, 2018

THE PROGRAM

The MSSM mission is advanced through our outreach programs including distance education, summer programs and workshops for students and teachers throughout the state.

Every summer the MSSM welcomes nearly 600 students ages 10-14 who participate in our MSSM Summer Camp. The summer offerings challenge the mind and develop student interests in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Academic classes traditionally offered include Robotics Challenge, Physics of Ballistics, Rocketry Design, Animal Medicine, Mathematical Origami, and Real Life CSI. Through our summer programs, students develop the skills to be life-long learners and leaders. When not in class, a variety of recreational activities are offered, enhancing the summer camp atmosphere.

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