Brimmer & May School

69 Middlesex Road
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
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Date Posted:
March 30, 2021

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Part-Time

Part Time Video Instructor (Long Term Sub)

Description:

The Brimmer and May School seeks a part time Upper School video teacher to begin immediately. The ideal candidate should be well versed in digital filmmaking and professional level editing, with a solid understanding of Final Cut Pro and Mac platforms. The class meets 2 times per week, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:50-3:50pm.

General Responsibilities:

-Excellent written and oral communication skills and attention to detail

-Punctuality and dependability

-Adherence to all personal policies, procedures, and rules contained in the Brimmer and May Faculty and Staff Handbooks

Qualifications:

BA required, advanced degree preferred. The ideal candidate has experience teaching in an academic setting. Flexibility, enthusiasm, and a sense of humor are essential.

How To Apply:

Please email a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy, and a contact list of three professional references to:

Bill Jacob, Creative Arts Chair

email: bjacob@brimmer.org PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE.

Apply by:
April 30, 2021
Salary:
3000.00
About this Organization:
The Brimmer & May School in Chestnut Hill, MA is a Pre-K through twelve coeducational, independent day school located three miles west of Boston. We proudly serve a culturally and socio-economically diverse student body from more than thirty communities in Greater Boston and twelve foreign countries. Brimmer is an equal opportunity employer. We select the best qualified applicant for the job based on job-related qualifications, regardless of age, race, religion, sex, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, familial or marital status, national origin, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected from discrimination under state or federal law. As an inclusive community, we welcome candidates who will increase the diversity of our school, especially candidates who self-identify as BIPOC.