Robotics and STEAM Lab Teacher (Part-Time, possibly Full-Time)

Job Level
Academic position
Job Category
Teacher / Instructor
  • Applied Tech (STEAM / Maker / CS / Design)
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Robotics

Trinity seeks a part-time STEAM Lab teacher to run its Robotics program and teach Engineering Design classes. This position has the potential to be full-time or part-time, depending on the ability to teach additional science or math courses as needed.

For this position, candidates should demonstrate the ability to provide rich student-centered learning experiences around Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. Ideal candidates should be proficient in computer aided design (CAD) software, 3D printers, coding languages, and various digital, woodworking, and machining tools. Prior experience and/or familiarity with First Robotics (FTC) is beneficial but not required. 

Candidates should value Trinity’s inquiry-based pedagogies and value goals such as reasoning abstractly and quantitatively, persevering, and attending to precision. Trinity seeks teachers who emphasize not only the mastery of procedures, but also deep understandings through exploration of problems that require complex and creative thought. Trinity is a 1:1 iPad school for grades 6-12, and the ideal candidate also will possess knowledge of and interest in instructional technologies to enhance the students’ learning experiences. 

Trinity is a highly missional school, and an understanding of and commitment to the school's mission is essential. We seek faculty who love Jesus, teach well, and delight in teenagers, who, at Trinity, range from academically average to exceptional.

In Trinity's young but fast-growing Upper School community, camaraderie, collaboration, showing up for student events, enthusiasm for Trinity's mission, and pitching in for the good of each other and our students are high values. Trinity also values faculty who are involved in school life beyond the classroom and, therefore, applicants who can coach, advise a club, or otherwise enrich our vibrant community.

Candidates should possess at minimum a bachelor's degree, preferably in a STEM related field. Advanced study is preferred, along with proven experience as a secondary-level teacher or work in an engineering-related field. To apply for this position, qualified candidates should click on this link here and include a cover letter and resume. Candidates may also attach grade transcripts, licenses, certifications and references.