Employment at Pleasant View School


An effective faculty is the hallmark of a quality school. At Pleasant View, we offer faculty and staff a community that is dedicated to high professional and ethical standards and committed to promoting excellence in teaching at every grade level and in every discipline. Our professional standards are in turn a model for our students.

We provide competitive salaries, excellent benefits, programs for professional development, and the opportunity to work with some of the best faculty, staff, and students.

If you are interested in joining our community, please look at our current opportunities.

Teacher Position
The teacher works under the supervision of the principal and assistant principals to plan, organize, present and evaluate a program of instruction and to undertake other duties necessary for the successful operation of the school.

Requirements for Position

  • This position requires a bachelor’s degree in education or equivalent, with priority given to certified teachers.
  • Teachers agree to abide by all PVS rules and policies.
  • The position requires the ability to apply knowledge of current education, instructional theories, methodologies, techniques, principles and knowledge of subject matter.
  • Teachers must have the ability to communicate effectively using a variety of media.
  • Teachers must have the ability to evaluate performance and provide constructive feedback.

 
Typical Teacher Job Responsibilities

  • Providing a meaningful program of instruction to students through the preparation of course material and the instructing of assigned classes.
  • Preparing for assigned classes and documenting preparation in detail.
  • Maintaining a classroom environment that is safe and conducive to effective learning.
  • Working to develop the characters and personalities of the students through a meaningful character education program.
  • Using a variety of means to ensure a high level of communication with parents including weekly class handouts, web posts and frequent telephone calls, emails and parent conferences.
  • Providing continuous student evaluation consistent with established teacher and school objectives, goals and policies.
  • Identifying the special needs of students and taking appropriate action to meet them early on.
  • Maintaining accurate records as required by school policies and regulations.
  • Attending and participating in staff meetings, school functions, and parent-teacher activities.
  • Working with other staff members as a team to plan and organize student activities and programs.