MINNESOTA French teacher job listings
French opening in Rosemount, MINNESOTA. Rosemount High School is one of the top high schools in Minnesota that serves approx. 2500 students in the east part of Rosemount – Apple Valley – Eagan School District (District 196). Our school’s athletic teams and fine arts programs consistently rank top in the state. Position Type: High School Teaching/World Language – French Date Posted: May 11, 2021. Location: Rosemount High School in Rosemount, MN (south of St Paul). School website: https://rhs.district196.org/ Description: 1.0 FTE French teaching position, full time, in person. Two sections of French II, two sections of College-in-the-Schools French IV and French IV combined, one section of CIS French V. Start date: September 1st, 2021. Job summary: 1. Teach French language and culture curriculum of Independent School District 196, Rosemount High School, and University of Minnesota (College in the Schools) 2. Team with the other RHS French teacher, as well as the other ISD 196 French teachers, in planning, and developing curriculum and assessments. 3. Work with World Language colleagues in further developing curriculum and assessments 4. Participate in departmental activities, such as World Language Honor Society inductions 5. Maintain strong communication with staff, parents, and students 6. Carry out responsibilities as defined by the master contract and school administration Qualifications: Required: 1. Native or near native fluency in French 2. Love of teaching at the high school level 3. Completion of four year degree or higher in teacher licensure area 4. Licensed MN educator or ability to be licensed by time of employment (Tier 3 or 4 preferred) 5. Commitment to educational equity and helping all students succeed academically 6. Desire to be a part of an incredible school and instructional team 7. Ability to teach upper level French courses, including intermediate level University of Minnesota language courses (FREN 1003 and 1004) Highly Desired: 1. Masters degree in French, French Studies, or similar field 2. Native French Speaker 3. Experience implementing Integrated Performance Assessments 4. Experience teaching at the high school level 5. Willingness to assist with the National French Honor Society 6. Ability to lead student travel trips 7. Experience teaching in a 1:1 setting (iPads) and willingness to adapt to new technologies (teaching apps, Schoology, Infinite Campus, etc) 8. Dual licensure 9. Demonstrate the ability to be empathetic and supportive of all students while holding them to high expectations 10. Creative problem solver both in and out of the classroom 11. Experience working on a team or with an academic Professional Learning Community (PLC) 12. Experience making data based decisions 13. Experience teaching students with IEP and 504 adaptations and accommodations. 14. Commitment to developing the world’s best workforce/ESSA and closing the achievement and graduation gap. 15. Experience working with diverse student populations 16. Multi-lingual. Application Procedure: Internal and External Candidates: Apply on-line at www.district196.org Responsible to: Building Principal Peter Roback and Assistant Principal Calvin Keasling, Phone: (651) 423-7509 Compensation: Teacher positions receive salary and benefits as outlined by our teacher contract, which can be found here: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1574792297/district196org/ium1y89v9bsrpln9nbws/DCUEContract.pd. Posted 5.14.21.
French opening in White Bear Lake, MINNESOTA. Description: Teaching French 1-3 in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. You will travel between Central Middle School and North High School, but they are almost right next to each other so it’s an easy commute! We have a dedicated and supportive department across languages. We also have moved to a CI/CBI approach in the lower levels so experience with this teaching approach is preferred. • Part time- .8• White Bear Lake Area High School, White Bear Lake, MN (www.isd624.org)• August 2021• BA or BS in French Education. Bachelor’s degree in teaching, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Emily Langer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Posted 4.23.21.
French opening in St. Paul, MINNESOTA. Temporary leave replacement, May-June 2021. St. Paul Academy and Summit School, a private school in St. Paul, MN, is seeking a leave replacement for Upper School French I, II, and Advanced (like a level 5/AP). The current job listing is for May-June, but the school will also be hiring someone for the full fall semester of 2021 (September-December 2021).
Teaching is full-time in person. Classes meet in 75-minute blocks every other day. With questions about the job itself, feel free to contact Sophie Kerman, email@example.com before May (I am the one going on maternity leave). With questions about the application process, contact Pete Daniels, World Languages Department Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full position description is below.
Upper School French Teacher (Temporary leave replacement, May-June 2021):
St. Paul Academy and Summit School seeks candidates for the position of Upper School French Teacher (leave replacement) for May and June 2021. The position begins May 1, 2021 and ends June 11, 2021.
About the Upper School:
The Upper School is home to students in Grades 9-12 and is characterized by advanced inquiry, lively discussion, deep engagement with topics, a strong sense of community, and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Students develop the habits and relationships that will carry them through high school and into the world of college and beyond. The Upper School’s rigorous academic curriculum and seminar-based learning model is complemented by a network of support that includes teachers, advisors, college counselors, and resources for both academic and social/emotional well-being.
For more information about the Upper School, please visit the Upper School section of our website.
Position Begins: May 1, 2021
Status: Full time (short-term), Exempt
Department: Instructional Faculty, Upper School
Position Description and Requirements:
Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and be proficient in French. Candidates should have experience teaching at the secondary level in a student-centered classroom. In addition to teaching French, the candidate will supervise an advisory group and execute other responsibilities as assigned by the Upper School Administration.
Routine responsibilities include classroom teaching, lesson planning, grading, and grade-reporting. We are currently teaching in-person four days a week with some students learning virtually as their needs or their families’ needs dictate. Some ability with, and willingness to learn about, virtual learning technology is important. We operate primarily through Google Classroom and utilize Google Meets for all Distance Learning meets.
BA degree required. Excellent interpersonal skills are required. Candidates should support the mission of SPA and the vision of the Upper School.
How to Apply:
Resume review will begin immediately. The position includes a competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume.
SPA is committed to diversity and equal opportunity. POSTED 3.31.21.
French opening in Golden Valley, MINNESOTA. French Immersion Elementary Education Teacher. Notre École, a French Immersion STEAM, charter school, seeks qualified and passionate educators to teach elementary students in a Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grade classroom setting for the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal teacher will create a flexible educational program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with students; to motivate students to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a good foundation for education in accordance with each student’s ability; to establish good relationships with parents and other staff members.
Duties of this job include, but are not limited to: • Teach content and skills in French 100% of the classroom time without converting to English; • Establish clear goals and objectives related to the School Improvement Plan; • Plan and prepare lessons, assignments, instructional materials; • Establish learning objectives consistent with appraisal of student needs, curriculum framework, and knowledge of human growth and development; • Prepare, administer and correct evaluations and assessments, and record results; • Select and uses appropriate instructional strategies including, but not limited to, lectures, group discussions, demonstrations, modeling and multimedia teaching aids to present subject matter to students; • Evaluate student progress using appropriate assessment techniques; • Maintain order and discipline in the classroom conducive to effective learning and take all necessary safety precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities; • Create a classroom environment that provides for student involvement in the learning process and enable each student to achieve learning objectives; • Counsel pupils when academic and adjustment problems arise; • Confer with parents and students regarding progress/problems of assigned students; • Arrange and participate in teacher-parent or teacher-student conferences as necessary; • Maintain accurate and complete records as required by law, Board Policy and Administrative Regulation; • Monitor appropriate use and care of equipment, textbooks, materials and facilities; • Attend and actively participate in staff/faculty meetings and provides input regarding the planning of instruction goals, objectives and methods; • Must be flexible and willing to help in different roles at the school to meet various school needs, including being part of different school committees; • Improve skill and knowledge base in current trends, research and methodology in instructional techniques, technology, multi-cultural content, problem solving and interdisciplinary connections; • Plan and supervise purposeful assignments for paraprofessional educators, student teachers, and volunteers; • Perform other duties as assigned.
SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS • Current Minnesota Elementary licensure required or ability to obtain licensure; • French fluency at a native or near native level; • Ability to work with diverse populations; • Knowledge of school organization, goals and objectives, curriculum, teaching techniques, current trends, research, and materials of instruction in field of specialization; • Excellent knowledge and understanding of the teaching and learning process; Ability to provide instruction that reflects multiple perspectives and multicultural education; • Ability to infuse technology into curriculum; • Ability to work effectively with students, parents, administrators, colleagues, community, and other school system staff; • Excellent oral and communication skills.
Job Type: full time
Experience: • Teaching: minimum 1 year (Preferred)
Education: • Bachelor’s or equivalent (Required) License: • Elementary Education in the State of Minnesota (Preferred)
Language: • French
Work authorization: • United States (Required)
Benefits offered:Paid time off • Health insurance • Dental insurance • Retirement benefits or accounts
To ApplyPlease send an email to email@example.com that includes your resume, cover letter, and two reference letters In the email subject line, please include your name and the position you are applying for (For example: Sarah Brown – Elementary Education Teacher). Posted 3.11.21.
French opening in Mendota Heights, MINNESOTA. Seeking Passionate French Educator Are you a driven French language educator, seeking a vibrant workplace that continually invests in educators growing in their craft, and is driven to provide students with a world-class education? Visitation school has a rare opportunity for you. Why you will love Visitation: ● Visitation School is an independent Catholic day school serving a coed Lower School (Montessori preschool through grade 5), an all-girls Middle School (grades 6-8), and an all-girls Upper School (grades 9-12). ● We believe strongly in the importance of world language as part of a full and excellent education. At Visitation, students take language coursework in all grade levels, PreK-12. ● We are the only independent all-girls middle and upper school in the area, and pride ourselves on being expert educators of young women who will become the tenacious leaders of tomorrow. ● We are located on a beautiful, wildlife-rich, 60-acre campus in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, just over the river from St. Paul and Minneapolis. Why you will love this role: ● The French educator hired will join an exceptional faculty of driven professionals, and a vibrant World Languages & Cultures department. ● The position is full-time (80%), benefits eligible, and will begin August 2021. ● The position has the opportunity to span Lower and/or Middle School levels. We are seeking the perfect person and will determine final grade levels and/or specific courses taught based on the person’s experience and expertise. Why we will love you: ● You are a driven, passionate educator who seeks continual growth, feedback and collaboration. ● You are an excellent pedagogue and differentiator; you teach with high expectations that all students have boundless potential when provided the right supports and instruction. ● You are a life-long learner, including in French instruction. You are consistently seeking growth opportunities to foster your craft as a French educator. ● You are excited by the opportunity to forge strong relationships with students, families, and colleagues alike, adding to the already excellent family atmosphere at Visitation. ● Y excited by the opportunity to forge strong relationships with students, families, and colleagues alike, adding to the already excellent family atmosphere at Visitation. ● You are excited to learn, and model the philosophies and spirit “Salesian Spirituality,” which reflects gentle strength, dignity, patience and Christian humanism. Qualified candidates are asked to send a letter of interest, current resume, and three references (names, relationship, and contact information) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visitation School is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Posted 3.4.21.
French opening August-November in Minneapolis, MN. This is a full-time, in-person long-term sub opportunity to teach French at Minnehaha Academy, a private Christian high school in Minneapolis, MN (https://www.minnehahaacademy.net). The position is filling a temporary absence due to maternity leave.
Although courses for next year are still being finalized, the position would most likely teach (with approximate ACTFL proficiency levels) French 1 (Novice Low-Novice High), French 2(Novice Mid – Intermediate Low), French 3 (Novice High – Intermediate Mid), Honors French 4 (Intermediate Low – Intermediate High) and AP French 5 (Intermediate Mid – Advance Low)
Classes are mixed grade levels. Generally French 1 is 9th grade, French 2 is 9th and 10th, French 3 is 10th and 11th, French 4 is 11th and 12th, French 5 is 12th graders and the occasional advanced lower grade level person.
The position would begin at the end of August and go until mid-November. Dates are in the process of being finalized.
Requirements:*Proficiency in French (Preferably a minimum of Advanced Low) *Previous teaching experience; secondary teaching license preferred *Ability to build positive relationships with students and create an environment of high expectations, support, and academic achievement *Excellent communication and organizational skills, and the ability to step into a new situation and organize learning for students. * Ability to relate the Christian faith to learning and life.
For more information, you may contact Sarah Giddens (email@example.com), current Upper School French teacher. Posted 2.17.21.
French opening in Mendota Heights, MINNESOTA. Long Term Substitute FRENCH TEACHER POSITION. Saint Thomas Academy seeks a Long-Term Substitute French Teacher beginning immediately through March 12, 2021 (potential to be extended). The qualified candidate will be willing to embrace the mission of Saint Thomas Academy and the philosophy of the World Language Department. Saint Thomas Academy employees advance the mission of the Academy by developing the intellectual, spiritual, moral and physical potential of each cadet, and by cultivating the practice of leadership so that each student has the skills and confidence to be a leader. Deborah Berglund, Human Resources Manager, 949 Mendota Heights Road, Mendota Heights, Minnesota, 55120 email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: (651) 683-1513
- Support Saint Thomas Academy and the St. Paul/Minneapolis Archdiocese’s mission and goals and actively articulate them to the Academy’s constituents and the wider community
- Actively participate in World Language department functions of the Academy
- In support of the mission and goals of Saint Thomas Academy, employees will follow all school policies and procedures
- Provide leadership consistent with Catholic teaching; practicing Catholic in good-standing with the Church preferred. Posted 1.23.21.
State Education Job boards
- Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures (MTCLC) Job listing
- Education Minnesota Job listing Includes links to other MN and national job sites
- EdPost (St Cloud University) Job listing