Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in The Hague School.  For more information about employment opportunities with The Hague School, please reply to provost@thehagueschool.org. and provide a statement of interest along with a summary of relevant experience.

TECHNICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Administrative Assistant:

Under the direction of the Provost, the part-time Administrative Assistant position is responsible for supporting the school’s initiatives and growth through exceptional organization, filing, scheduling, meeting preparation, and coordination of a wide variety of school and extracurricular activities.

Excellent communication and administrative skills, follow up, and digital proficiency (especially G Suite and related apps) are required. Some experience in education and development is preferred.

The hourly rate will be commensurate with experience. Currently offered at 20-25 hours per week.

To apply:  Please send a resume, writing sample, and schedule availability to provost@thehagueschool.org.

ADJUNCT POSITIONS

Adjunct positions are offered to qualified individuals on a course by course basis and may be offered as quarterly, semester (two quarters), or full year (four quarters) positions.  Qualified instructors are expected to have achieved master’s level or greater in their respective discipline(s). All courses at The Hague School use the International Baccalaureate Program curriculum and employ conference method aka Harkness Discussion to the fullest extent practicable.  For more information, click here.  All adjunct instructors report to the school’s Chief Academic Officer.

Environmental Science (9th grade):

At The Hague School, we believe that environmental education is a vital process that allows students to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, students develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.

The core components of the environmental science curriculum, organized around pollution, air, land, and water, are:

  • Awareness and sensitivity to the environment and environmental challenges
  • Knowledge and understanding of the environment and environmental challenges
  • Attitudes of concern for the environment and motivation to improve or maintain environmental quality
  • Skills to identify and help resolve environmental challenges
  • Participation in activities and experimentation that lead to the resolution of environmental challenges

The Hague School’s approach to environmental education does not advocate a particular viewpoint or course of action. Rather, the aim of environmental education is to teach students how to weigh various sides of an issue through critical thinking and enhance their own problem-solving and decision-making skills.

To apply: Send resume, sample lesson plan, and cover letter to provost@thehagueschool.org.

IB Biology (11th & 12th grades):

Biology and life sciences impact people’s lives every day and involve the study of living things and how they relate to each other and their environmental surroundings.  It includes topics in biology, botany, ecology, and zoology and is essential to the understanding of disease, diversity of life, and all biological topics. It would be nearly impossible to make informed decisions about everything from disease treatment to how to improve crop yields to personal health without advanced life science education.

Consistent with the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, core components of the curriculum include the study of living things, including cells and their structures and functions, anatomy, and biology in the environment, including biological processes such as photosynthesis.  The biology curriculum covers organization, metabolism, responsiveness, movements, and reproduction.  In humans, who represent the most complex form of life, additional topics such as growth, differentiation, respiration, digestion, and excretion are covered, with an emphasis on how these processes are interrelated.

This position may be combined with Environmental Science to form a three-quarters or full-time position.

To apply: Send resume, sample lesson plan, and cover letter to provost@thehagueschool.org.

The Hague School is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants regardless of race, religion, gender, age, non-disqualifying disability, and/or national origin.

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