WORKING AT COMMISSION
Commission Leadership Academy's mission is to partner with parents to shape the hearts and minds of children for the Kingdom of God. At Commission, we seek to build an outstanding faculty and staff who love Jesus, enjoy working with children, and have a passion for and expertise in their area subject matter.
The ideal candidate:
Has a life-giving relationship with Jesus; humble, gentle, willing to speak the truth in love, and called to lay down his/her life for Jesus.
Walks in faithfulness, purity, and love with his/her family.
Has made a firm commitment to transforming the lives of students with the love of Christ.
Possesses strong leadership skills; driven by a strong vision of academic excellence within the Classical curriculum and University-Model® School structure.
Fosters strong partnership with both CLA students and their parents.
Fosters strong partnership with CLA faculty and Administration.
Models integrity coupled with superior communication skills.
Articulates clear and consistent vision with high academic standards while balancing the specific needs of a Classical, Christian, University-Model® School.
Has certification and/or substantial, relevant expertise in teaching at the primary and/or secondary level.
Has a growth mindset and is willing to learn and increase his/her educational repertoire.
Has a heart for mission and is Is willing and excited about participating in local or out-of-state service projects.
Interested candidates should:
Thoroughly read the Academy’s website (commissionleadershipacademy.com) and the website of the National Association of University Model Schools (www.umsi.org).
Complete a letter of introduction explaining how you became a Christian and why you would like to teach at Commission Leadership Academy.
Send a letter of introduction, resume, and three references to email@example.com.
Commission is seeking to fill the following positions for the 2020-21 school year.
Head of School
Commission Leadership Academy seeks a new Head of School to lead the school in its mission to partner with parents to shape the hearts and minds of their children for the Kingdom of God. The Head of School is the chief spiritual and educational director, appointed by the Governing Board of Directors, to implement the vision/mission and educational operating policies of the school. The Head shall inspire, lead, guide, and direct every member of the administrative, instructional, and support staff in setting and achieving the highest standard of excellence, so that each student enrolled in Commission Leadership Academy will be provided with an appropriate and effective Classical Christian education in accordance with the school’s core values. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s Degree (or higher degree), preferably in School Administration, and will have experience in Christian Education. The full job description can be found here.
Director of Middle and Upper School (Director of Logic & Rhetoric)
Commission seeks a new Director of Middle and Upper School to lead its dynamic and growing Logic and Rhetoric Division serving students in 7th-12th grades. Reporting directly to our Head of School, the Director of Middle and Upper School is responsible for managing the day-to-day as well as providing visionary and strategic leadership for the division. Ideal candidates will have experience in leading and/or starting a middle and high school program.
Middle School (7th-8th Grades) Humanities (English and Literature) Teacher
Commission seeks a dynamic, invested Middle School Faculty member to teach Humanities (English and Literature) beginning in the 2020-2021 year. This teacher will assume duties and responsibilities, consistent with expectations for all Middle School teachers, which consists of the primary teaching load and commitment of three days on campus.
Upper School (9th-12th Grades) Science Teacher
Commission seeks a dynamic, invested Upper School Faculty member to teach Physical Science, Pre-Chemistry/Physics, and Environmental Science beginning in the 2020-2021 year. This teacher will assume duties and responsibilities, consistent with expectations for all Upper School teachers, which consists of the primary teaching load and commitment of three days on campus.
Commission seeks a dynamic, invested Upper School Faculty member to teach Geometry beginning in the 2020-2021 year. This teacher will assume duties and responsibilities, consistent with expectations for all Upper School teachers, which consists of the primary teaching load and commitment of three days on campus.