High School Interventionist Teacher

Type: Part-time position (0.5 FTE)

Our Mission:We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy

Job Details

  1. Teach two or three courses of modified curriculum in small group setting
  2. Assist in assessment of student growth
  3. Coach US Educational Assistant to provide support to students pushing into classes
  4. Confidently supervise and build relationships with students in classrooms and halls
  5. Other duties as requested by the Director of Student Support

Education & Skills Required

  1. Minimum BS or BA in Education with emphasis in LD or SpEd preferred.
  2. Classroom or school-related experience preferred.
  3. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the mission and work of Hope Academy and a desire to play an integral part in growing the impact of Hope Academy.
  2. Ability to effectively work in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.

Upper School Main Office Coordinator

Type: Full-time position (40 hours per week)

Our Mission:We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy

Job Details

The Upper School Main Office Coordinator is responsible for general and clerical tasks at Hope Academy. This position is functions as a point of contact for Upper School staff, students, parents/guardians, and guests.

The following reflects essential functions for this position but does not restrict the tasks that may be assigned:

  1. Greet and assist all parents, staff, and students who come into the Upper School office.
  2. Tend to students’ needs.
  3. Provide administrative support to the Upper School Principal.
  4. Maintain student attendance, Upper School Calendars, and students’ digital and cumulative files.
  5. Receive and distribute messages to students.
  6. Assist with the coordination of events (picture day, driver’s ed, etc.).
  7. Process and distribute student referral paperwork.
  8. Communicate with parents.

Education & Skills Required

  1. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the mission and work of Hope Academy and a desire to play an integral part in growing the impact of Hope Academy.
  2. High School Diploma or GED equivalent required.
  3. Computer skills required. Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 including Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Strong communication and organizational skills.
  6. The ability to work independently and as a team member.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the mission and work of Hope Academy and a desire to play an integral part in growing the impact of Hope Academy.
  2. Ability to effectively work in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.

Upper School Elective Teacher (Music, Design, HopeTECH)

Type: Part-time positions are for the 2022-23 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy

Job Details

Position Description: As part of our HopePATH work, our desire is that every student would know their vision for life and their path to their future of work. We aim to give students exposure and experiences to a number of career areas by offering courses in HopeTECH, HopeARTS, HopeBIZ, HopeMED, and HopeSERVE. We are seeking instructors for the following courses. Depending on the timing of each class, the role(s) could combine courses.

Open High School Elective Course Descriptions:

  1. HopeTECH: INnovator (Period 6, Grades 9-12): Innovation can make our world better. Have you ever wondered how Apple created the iPhone, Nike comes up with new shoes, or even how Coca Cola got its bottle? These all started with people generating ideas, proceeding into design, and ending up with great products. This class will teach you the world-leading processes to generate ideas, do design-thinking, and finally into making something real whether it’s a physical product, software, or both. Our assignments will follow the innovation process of ideate, design, create. You will learn how this is done – learn basic computer-aided design (CAD), 3D printing, software design, and making skills to create an innovation. At the of the class, you will pitch your innovation to a group of local innovators and entrepreneurs in our community.

  2. HopeARTs: Digital Design & Yearbook (Period 7, Grades 9-12): If you are interested in being an integral part of planning and designing next year’s Hope Academy Upper School yearbook, this is the class for you. Students will learn foundational skills in Adobe Suite for the purpose of creating digital layouts, photo compilations and creative typography.

  3. HopeTECH: Coding/Developer (Period 7, Grades 9-12): Do you wonder how applications like Minecraft, Scratch, or Instagram were envisioned and started? This course will help you understand these and more to begin creating software applications that are fun and interesting. Developers are those who use software to do things for us – create websites, digital games, business applications, medical device designs, even help us forecast our weather. In this course you will learn to generate ideas to create opportunities, then design and develop software solutions for those opportunities. You will learn computer software for graphics, automated processes, and basic simulations – and even use virtual reality. By the end of the class, you will have created an application of your choice and taken the first step to becoming a software developer.

  4. HopeARTs: Music Production (Period 6, Grades 10-12): The purpose of this course is to give students an introductory overview to production/recording, & basic music theory through a variety of interactive projects. Students will be able to write, read & perform basic music notation, understand basic piano theory/technique, and learn how to transfer their knowledge into short compositions in both acoustic & digital formats. If you’re a hands-on learner & would like to understand more about beat making, song writing & arrangement, & creative production, and are excited to share your work with your peers, this course is for you!

  5. HopeARTs: Drama (Period 7, Grades 9-12): Students will explore improvisation, one-acts, monologues and more in this semester class. Students will study both historic and contemporary drama performances and do comparative film, theatre and literature exercises. There will be a summative project that requires attendance to a dress rehearsal and final performance. Final performances will be 20% of the overall grade in the class. Theatre class will also offer during school and voluntary after school field trips to experience regional Theatre workshops and performances. A spring Drama Production position is also open.

Open Lower/Middle School Specialist Courses:

6. HopeARTs: General Music (Period 5, Grades 7-8): We are looking for a music teacher that has a foundational knowledge of music theory, performance, and/or strong foundational piano expertise. Currently, middle schoolers choose between Choir and a General Music class. We are open to fresh ideas of a middle school curriculum that bridges a lower school general music class to a more advanced high school music production class. Our students come from a diverse multi-cultural background.  As such, we are looking for music mentors who can engage cross-culturally with diverse genres, content, and pedagogy. Come partner with our students in their musical expressions and inspire them to be future voices of Hope. Tech experience with performances is desirable. An additional 5th Grade General Music position is also available.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Minimum BS or BA preferred.
  6. Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) knowledge required.

Director of Student Life

Type: Part to Full-time position for the 2022-23 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy

Job Details

Position Description: The Upper School Director of Student Life is responsible for the shepherding, discipline, and faith formation of our Upper School students. If you love creating a positive community culture with students and parents, then this is the right position for you! The Upper School Director of Student Life is a 0.7 FTE (70%) position. The position can be combined with academic counseling or a part-time teaching role to make the position full-time (1.0 FTE).

 

Job Details:

  1. Meet with Upper School students (and at times parents) regarding discipline and shepherding opportunities, specifically with a focus on relationships with our young women.
  2. Speak truth into the lives of our Upper School students as they are forming their faith, including our Covenant classes
  3. Oversee the Dean of Students and the Upper School Logistics Coordinator.
  4. Oversee and counsel the Student Leadership Team.
  5. Be apart of the student admission and substitute teacher interview and onboarding process.
  6. Oversee or help plan Student Life Events (retreats, 5th to 6th grade night, other events…)
  7. Reports to the Upper School Principal and part of the Upper School Leadership Team.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Minimum BS or BA preferred.
  6. Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) knowledge required.

Director of HopePath (Part-time)

Type: Part-time position for the 2022-23 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy

Job Details

Position description: Oversee the vision and direction of the HopePATH program at Hope Academy. Our desire is that every student would know their vision for life and their path to their future of work. If you would like to help inspire our students to discover their life vision, career path, and spark their joy for life, this is the right position for you!

 

Job Details:

  1. Develop and maintain networking and community partnerships.
  2. Oversee and work with the Directors of HopeARTS, HopeTECH, HopeMED, HopeBIZ, and HopeSERVE along with the Dean of College and Career, and Director of Graduate Support.
  3. Implement the vision and direction of HopePATH and refine as necessary.
  4. Oversee selection of HopePATH electives for students.
  5. Oversee the HopeWORKS internship program.
  6. Reports to the Upper School Principal and part of the Upper School Leadership Team.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Minimum BS or BA preferred.
  6. Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) knowledge required.

Math & Science Teacher

Type: Full-time position for the 2022-23 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy.

Job Details

  1. 9th Grade Earth Science (one section)
  2. 10th Grade Biology (two sections)
  3. 10th Grade Algebra II (two sections)
  4. Full-time positions include additional full-time teacher responsibilities besides just teaching the classes.
  5. Salary is based on education and years of classroom teaching experience.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Minimum BS or BA in Education preferred.

General Music & Music Production (Part-time)

Type: Part-time position for the 2022-23 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy.

Vision for the Position

Hope Academy is looking for innovative musicians and producers to transform the upper school music program. We are looking for visionaries who want to mentor students in 21st century music production. Do you have a vision of what this could look like? Bring it to the table. We want to hear how you might imagine a music program that mentor students as image bearers in God’s kingdom to find their voice and share it through musical expression.

Job Details

  1. We are looking for 5th-12th music teachers that have a foundational knowledge of music theory, production experience, performance and/or strong foundational piano expertise.
  2. The position could be split into two part-time positions between Lower/Middle School and High School.
  3. 5th Grade General Music (3 sections that meet twice a week).
  4. 7th/8th Grade General Music (daily semester long class repeated).
  5. 9th-12th Grade Music Production (daily semester long class repeated).
  6. Currently, middle schoolers choose between Choir and a general music class.
  7. We are open to fresh ideas of a middle school curriculum that bridges a lower school general music class to a more advanced high school music production class.
  8. Our students come from a diverse multi-cultural background.  As such, we are looking for music mentors who can engage cross-culturally with diverse genres, content, and pedagogy.
  9. Come partner with our students in their musical expressions and inspire them to be future voices of Hope.
  10. Tech experience with performances is desirable.
  11. Salary is based on education/industry experience and/or years of classroom teaching experience.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. Minimum BS or BA in Education preferred.

Substitute Teachers

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy.

Job Details

  • – Experience working with children is essential.
  • – Follow lesson plans provided by the regular Teacher to create a cohesive and consistent learning experience for students.
  • – Manage the classroom effectively.
  • – Supervise students in and out of the classroom, including the halls, on the playground, and in the cafeteria.
  • – Minimum Associates degree. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

General Faculty Qualifications

  1. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the mission and work of Hope Academy and a desire to play an integral part in growing the impact of Hope Academy.
  2. Ability to effectively work in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.

Part-time Academic Support Center Tutor

Type: Part time position for the 2021-22 school year.

Our Mission: We are driven by our mission to foster hope in God by closing the achievement gap and preparing our students for college and beyond. We are fueled by our love for God and his care for every one of our students which motivates us to get better every day. Join our team of mission-driven brothers and sisters to work hard, do good, and make a difference.

*Very Important: Before applying please read and carefully review our Mission + Vision, our Faith & Life Covenant, and our guiding principles about Cultural Harmony.  All board members, faculty and staff are joining a covenant community in serving here at Hope Academy.

Job Details

Before School ASC – Upper School Academic Support Center (ASC) Tutor

  1. 5 hours a week, hourly position
  2. Only days when school is in session
  3. Assist the Academic Support Teacher by working with and tutoring middle and high school students at the Academic Support Center.
  4. The Academic Support Center is a place for students to get additional help with their school work before and after school. This position would only be for the before school time.
  5. Hours are Monday-Friday 8:15-9:45 a.m. or 8:30-9:45 a.m.
  6. Pay rate is $15.00 per hour.

General Qualifications

  1. Supportive of the school’s mission to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhood of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education.
  2. Ability to effectively educate in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged urban community.
  3. Desire to equip the children of the city with an academically rigorous, comprehensive, classical Christian education to prepare them to deal with the complex issues of living in this present society.
  4. Willingness to go above and beyond in building relationships with students.
  5. BS or BA preferred but not required.