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Upper School, Chemistry Teacher (Fall 2019)

York School, a small independent college preparatory high school in Monterey, California, with a student body of approximately 225 students that range from the eighth to the twelfth grades, is seeking a Chemistry teacher for the coming school year.

Responsibilities
Specific teaching responsibility will focus on chemistry. The York curriculum includes a required introductory course, with several sections, and an advanced elective course for which the introductory course serves as prerequisite. Currently the advanced course is AP Chemistry. These courses both include a regular laboratory activity that augments the course curriculum. 
Candidates will also benefit from interest, experience, and ability to teach other courses or electives. Leadership positions might be available to candidates with interest and experience. 
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Director of College Counseling (Fall 2019)

York School, a small independent college preparatory high school in Monterey, California, with a student body of approximately 225 students that range from the eighth to the twelfth grades, is seeking a College Counselor for the 2018-19 school year.

Responsibilities
The Director of College Counseling serves as an administrator/counselor who is responsible for overseeing the college counseling program, guiding and supporting York students and parents through the selection and application process. The position requires strong leadership, organizational, and communication skills. Program management responsibilities include the planning of student and parent sessions, maintaining a college counseling website, writing monthly newsletter articles with resources for parents provided by Naviance or other third party vendors, producing and updating a college counseling handbook for students and families, providing subtends and parents regular e-mail information notices, planning and oversight of the programÂ’’s budget, and communication with the faculty promoting their understanding of the program. 
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