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Wissahickon is hiring for next school year!

Check out the JOIN OUR TEAM page to learn more

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Are you interested in working in a community of educators who are innovative, hard working, supportive, and passionate about education? Wissahickon Charter School in northwest Philadelphia is looking for candidates who believe in our unique mission.

 

Wissahickon Charter School is committed to hiring a diverse staff and encourages those from traditionally under-represented backgrounds to apply.

 

Wissahickon Charter School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment, or in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or other programs. 

Openings for the 2019-20 school year are listed below. Click the green position titles to see the full  job descriptions.

 

Middle School Director 
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time, Awbury Campus 

 

Director of School Operations
Current Opening, Full Time, Shared Services

 

Math Instructional Coach
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time, Shared Services 

 

Middle School Math Teacher 
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time, Awbury Campus 

 

Middle School English Teacher
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time, Awbury Campus

 

5th Grade English Teacher 
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time, Awbury Campus

 

Lower School Apprentice Teachers
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time 

 

Middle School Apprentice Teachers 
2019-2020 School Year, Full Time 

 

Behavioral Support Team Staff 
Current Opening, Part Time 

 

 

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"The community (at Wissahickon) is unlike any other I've been a part of. I come to work each day knowing the hard and momentous task of teaching in an urban context, fully confident that I labor arm-in-arm with a wonderful group of educators who are committed to bettering the lives of our students. Because of WCS, I am a better educator, a better person and the minds and lives of my students are better served."
— ANTHONY COUGHLIN, 7th and 8th Grade Social Sciences Teacher