• Specific positions available for the 2021-2022 school year:

    Endeavor Charter School, in Wake Forest, NC is a K-8 public charter school.  Our unique charter focuses, stable staff and student populations, small class size, and devoted community have helped us rank among the highest performing schools in the state.  Endeavor is expanding our facility, enrollment, and staff beginning in the 2021-2022 school year.  We seek passionate, knowledgeable staff members ready to join a high achieving staff and a familial environment. Specific available positions are listed below with general teaching expectations further down. We are interviewing now. 

    Qualified candidates should email a resume and cover letter to ECS Director, Mrs. Christi Whiteside, cwhiteside@endeavorcharter.com.

    Kindergarten: seeking one teacher: The kindergarten teacher will lead a self-contained class with a full time teaching assistant working in conjunction with the other three kindergarten teams.

    First Grade: seeking two teachers: The first grade teacher will lead a self-contained class with a 50% teaching assistant working in conjunction with the other three first grade teams.

    Second Grade: seeking one reading and writing teacher: The second grade will be organized into two teams of two full-time teachers with one reading and writing teacher and one math and science/social studies teacher on each team.

    Fifth Grade: seeking one science teacher: The fifth grade will be departmentalized with four full-time subject area specialists (ELA, math, science, and social studies), each will teach at least one writing unit per year with students rotating through the four classes.

    Sixth Grade, Seventh grade, and Eighth grade:  Seeking reading, writing/communications, science, and social studies teachers at various middle school grades
    The middle school grades will each be departmentalized with five full-time subject area specialists (reading, writing/communication, math, science, and social studies) and will be located in the new middle school.

    STEAM: seeking one STEAM teacher: This full-time teacher will serve every grade level K-5 at some point during the year.  The amount of time students participate in each course will vary by grade.  Topics of focus include keyboarding and Google Suite. The teacher will also teach grade 6 and grade 7-8 electives each semester and will be located downstairs in the new middle school.  This teacher will be part of the carpool staff.

    Exceptional Children’s Teacher: seeking one middle school EC teacher: The three full-time special education teachers will primarily serve students within a grade level cluster in a push-in model.  EC teachers will coordinate with classroom teachers to support instruction while meeting IEP goals.  EC teachers will manage the referral and placement process. The two elementary school EC teachers will have a room in the current building. The middle school EC teacher will serve students in the Scholastic Empowerment elective as well as within core classes and will be located upstairs in the new middle school.

    Guidance Counselor: seeking one guidance counselor: The full-time guidance counselor will oversee the free and reduced lunch program in conjunction with the school Social Worker. He/She will also oversee the Positivity Project program, provide social-emotional support as needed to individuals or classes, and provide weekly guidance classes to students in grades K-5.  He/She will be located in a classroom in the current building. This teacher will be part of the carpool staff.

    Facility Manager: seeking one facilities manager: The full-time Facilities Manager will oversee facility rentals, repairs, and maintenance. Phone, security, and intercom systems will be managed in conjunction with the IT Coordinator. Scheduling around and setting up for special events on campus will also be his/her responsibility in conjunction with other applicable staff. Classroom inventories will be managed by the facility manager. He/She will manage the custodial staff, landscapers, and annual inspections.   He/She will arrange for staff presence at any after-hours events on campus.

    General Teaching Expectations

    The classroom teacher, in collaboration with a grade level team, will create a nurturing and familial classroom community.  Within that setting the teacher will provide hands-on, experiential learning opportunities which will support students while helping them reach their highest potential.
    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • teaching assigned subject areas to students of varying ability levels utilizing hands-on, experiential methods

    • collaborating with the grade level and subject area teams

    • working productively with special education and student support staff

    • developing effective lesson plans and instructional materials

    • establishing classroom processes and procedures which teach independence, responsibility, and respect

    • using both formative and summative assessment strategies (including the state adopted reading assessment tool as appropriate) to evaluate students’ academic growth

    • communicating effectively and proactively with parents 

    • performing other duties as needed

    Basic Qualifications Required:

    • Currently NC certified

    • Experience with grade/subject area of interest

    • Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

    • Strong knowledge of specific content, literacy, technology

    • Knowledge of assessment strategies 

    • Strong oral and written communication skills

    • Effective interpersonal skills

    Qualified candidates for all positions listed above should email a resume and cover letter to ECS Director, Mrs. Christi Whiteside, cwhiteside@endeavorcharter.com.

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     All North Carolina Charter Schools are equal opportunity employers and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, or national origin. 
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