Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of High School STEM Educator (Kauai) for the 2018-2019 school year. We seek passionate, empathetic, energetic individuals who love learning and who love collaborating and thinking creatively to support students and colleagues. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in a Science field, Math, Engineering or Education and a minimum of three years experience teaching a wide range of middle and/or upper school Science, Math or STEM courses. Master’s degree in a Sciences, Mathematics or STEM field, Education or Curriculum and Instruction and a Hawaii State Teacher’s license preferred but not mandatory. Duties include but are not limited to: providing daily face-to-face and online instruction to students in a variety of Math and Science courses that may include 9th grade Intro to STEM, Biology, STEM electives and Algebra I or Integrated Math. Preference given to candidates who hold dual certification or experience in Math and Science. Position entails all aspects of course preparation and design; serving as a middle school advisor; holding tutoring sessions with individual students and small groups; organizing subject specific field trips and projects; designing enrichment workshops; researching and developing best practices in blended learning science curricula for high school students; and working collaboratively with Administration and the secondary school team. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA’s program so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets, pedagogical approach to teaching and learning and will preferably have experience in creating and delivering face-to-face and virtual courses. Position may require occasional travel to Oahu for full faculty meetings, approximately 4 times per year.



Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of High School STEM Educator for the 2018-2019 school year. We seek passionate, empathetic, energetic individuals who love learning and who love collaborating and thinking creatively to support students and colleagues. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in Math, the Sciences or Education and a minimum of three years experience teaching a wide range of high school Math courses. Master’s degree in Math, Science, Education or Curriculum and Instruction and a Hawaii State Teacher’s license preferred but not mandatory. Duties include but are not limited to: providing daily face-to-face and online instruction to students in courses that could include Algebra, Integrated Math, Geometry and/or Intro to STEM, Biology or other STEM based electives; holding tutoring sessions with individual students; organizing subject specific field trips and projects; researching and developing best practices in blended learning curricula for high school students; and working collaboratively with Administration and the High School team. High School educators also serve as advisors to a group of 10-15 high school students.  The advisory for this position is located in Wailuku. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA’s program so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets, pedagogical approach to teaching and learning and will preferably have experience in creating and delivering face-to-face and virtual courses. This position may require inter-island travel on occasional Wednesdays and four times per year for full faculty meetings on Oahu.  All travel is funded by the school.



Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of K-12 Substitute Teacher for the 2017-2018 SY (Oahu). Applications from candidates with a Bachelor's Degree or higher will be reviewed. However, preference will be given to experienced substitute teachers that are currently certified with the Department of Education. Duties include but are not limited to providing face-to-face instruction per a teacher's lesson plan. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA's program, so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets and grade level preference and above all reliability.

 



Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of Middle/High School Humanities Educator (Kauai) for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in English, History or Education and a minimum of three years experience teaching a wide range of high school English and/or Social Studies courses. Master’s degree in English, History, Education or Curriculum and Instruction and a Hawaii State Teacher’s license preferred but not mandatory. Duties include but are not limited to: providing daily face-to-face and online instruction to students in courses that could include a variety of High School English and Social Studies courses; holding tutoring sessions with individual students; organizing subject specific field trips and projects; researching and developing best practices in blended learning curricula for high school students; and working collaboratively with Administration and the High School team. High School educators also serve as advisors to a group of 10-15 high school students. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA’s program so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets, pedagogical approach to teaching and learning and will preferably have experience in creating and delivering face-to-face and virtual courses. This position may require inter-island travel on occasional Wednesdays and four times per year for full faculty meetings on Oahu.  All travel is funded by the school.