Come Teach With Us!
The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine & Environmental Science (CBGS) is looking for dynamic and compassionate teachers who want to work in a team-oriented environment. The school provides high-ability students from the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula with a rigorous curriculum through enrichment, exploratory, investigative, and career-awareness experiences. Through the integration of math, science, technology, and research, woven with marine and environmental sciences, students have the opportunity to foster an appreciation and respect for environmental issues.
Applications are currently being accepted for teachers in the following areas:
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis for teachers in the following areas:
- Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Marine and Environmental Science
- Mathematics: Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and Statistics
Applicants must have a Virginia collegiate or postgraduate professional license or be eligible for a provisional license. Teaching experience or its equivalency is preferred. Due to the dual enrollment credits our students receive for their coursework through Rappahannock Community College, staff must hold a master’s degree with sufficient graduate credits in the content area. For further information, contact the administrative office at (804) 443-0267 or email email@example.com.
Applicants for teaching positions at CBGS should be able to relate positively to high school students, with particular emphasis on the needs of gifted and high achieving learners. He or she should plan and implement effective lessons that meet the individual needs, interests and abilities of students. Applicants must also be able to: (1) create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning; (2) communicate objectives effectively to students; (3) establish high expectations for academic success and classroom behavior; (4) employ a variety of instructional techniques and blended learning strategies; and (5) assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis. He or she must be professional and be able to communicate effectively with supervisors and parents. Faculty members participate in faculty and/or department meetings, professional learning sessions, and weekend field studies with our students.