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The German Saturday School Boston, the oldest language school in Massachusetts and one of the largest German Saturday Schools in the United States, invites applications for open 3rd and 7th grade teaching positions.
Classes take place on 30 Saturdays from September through May from 9:30am to 12:30pm at the Diamond Middle School in Lexington, MA. Some afternoon attendance for faculty meetings is required.
Our faculty consists of almost 40 teachers who share the love for the German language and enjoy teaching children of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Many, but not all of them, are heritage German language learners. Our curriculum is designed to enable students to actively communicate in German by giving them a strong foundation in understanding German, building their vocabulary, speaking, reading and writing. German is the primary language of instruction in all grades. Our school currently teaches about 480 students from pre-K through 11th Grade. We offer our older students to take internationally recognized standardized tests – from the AATG and IVA A2 exams through the advanced DSD 1 and 2 exams for those students who perform at the highest language proficiency level.
• native-like fluency in German
• a teaching degree along with teaching experience
• a flexible personality
Contact Name: Claudia Bonmassar
The German International School Boston (GISB) is a bilingual independent school serving students from age 3 to grade 12. Their mission is to prepare students for success in a global world. They are currently seeking applicants for the following positions:
*After School & Camp Teachers to start as soon as possible. Our after school and camp programming extends the learning day, offering a range of enrichment opportunities, adventure and fun to our preschool, elementary and middle school students. Responsibilities include planning and leading activities in areas such as arts and crafts, cooking, and science, supporting students with homework completion and guiding students in their development of interpersonal and meta-cognitive skills in a fun, respectful and safe environment. Teachers in the after school work Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 6:00, and full 5 day weeks during vacation camps in October, April and July. This is a salaried and benefits eligible position. Please click ASP job advertisement for more information.
The Goethe-Institut Boston is currently seeking a Director of Language Programs to head its language department. Primary responsibilities include overseeing the language course program, cooperation with partner institutions in New England, budgeting, planning and participation in regional projects. Full-time position (40 hrs/week). Please visit here for more information.
Please note, we are not notified when a position is closed. Contact each contact person in the post to request status on application acceptance.