Job title: Physical Education Director/Teacher
Reports to: Director of Athletics
Since 1927, the Yeshivah of Flatbush has stood at the forefront of American Jewish education and has set the standard of excellence emulated by other academic institutions. It has imbued its students with a thirst for knowledge, a commitment toTorah and Zionism, a love of the Hebrew language and the dedication to serve the greater Jewish and secular communities. The school philosophy is a synthesis of Judaic studies, liberal arts and extracurricular activities that places great emphasis on the students' character development. It has evolved into a unique complement of Jewish and American values that focuses on all aspects of education and enables our graduates to meet the challenges of college and life. In the years to come, we look forward to continuing the traditions of excellence, innovation and leadership that have made us a world-renowned institution.
The mission of the Yeshivah of Flatbush is to:
EMPOWER our students to develop exceptional character and intellect.
EDUCATE through a rigorous Torah b'Ivrit and General Studies program with a robust set of co-curricular opportunities in a supportive and nurturing environment.
INSPIRE a love for and commitment to Torah U'Mitzvot, Medinat Yisrael, and Klal Yisrael with responsibility to advance the welfare of all humanity.
Yeshivah of Flatbush is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic Physical Education director and teacher for our Elementary School (K-8). Applicants should be ready to teach three/four periods a day while supervising the full scope of our Physical Education program and curriculum, and serving in a leadership role for the Physical Education department.
Areas of oversight include designing a robust and engaging spiral curriculum, while guiding its practice and implementation.
Masters Degree required along with 5 years of prior teaching experience.
Possible coaching opportunities as well. Strong compensation commensurate with experience and full benefits.
Start date: Late August.