FreedomProject Academy is currently accepting applications for all live online K-12 teaching positions. FPA is a fully accredited, Judeo-Christian, online school for students in Kindergarten - High School. All of our teachers instruct from the comfort
of their own home.
FPA SEEKS TO HIRE
- Teachers displaying a love for God and a servant’s heart for FPA families
- Teachers sharing FPA’s Judeo-Christian, Classical, traditional worldview
- Teachers demonstrating the gift of teaching and effective communicating
- Teachers passionate and knowledgeable about their subject matter
- Teachers who are hardworking and committed to their responsibilities
- Teachers valuing personal and academic excellence and integrity
- Teachers who review our website thoroughly before applying (www.fpeusa.org)
If you fit this description, please submit the following 3 items in PDF format to: email@example.com
1) COVER LETTER
- Background information about your education and experience
- List of courses you wish to teach and your qualifications in those areas
- Times and days you would be available to teach between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. CT
- Minimum income level you need to consider teaching for us
- Anything you think we should know about you that would affect your ability to teach
- 3 Professional References
- 3 Personal References
- Awards / Honors
- Volunteer Work
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 30, 2016
Once selected for a teaching position, teachers must complete technology training as soon as possible. After the technology training is complete, teachers are required to submit a recorded test lesson conducting a class for review by FPA.
This test lesson verifies that teachers can access and utilize technology, and gives us a sense of teaching demeanor. Teachers who fail to complete the test, or are unable to master the technology, cannot move on to actual classroom teaching. Each teacher
is an independent contract worker. Compensation is based on an established per pupil rate and is, therefore, determined by the number of students in each class they teach.
Providing an estimated minimum income level allows us to determine if the anticipated compensation for the available position(s) would be sufficient. Because we understand the first year is the most difficult for new online teachers, we prefer to limit the
number of courses and sections for new teachers to provide the opportunity to become familiar with the amount of work and the technology necessary to conduct a class smoothly and effectively.
We expect our teachers to provide quality, content-rich courses and prompt feedback to students. Our turnover rate is low, but we are also experiencing growth. New teachers are always needed. Our hiring process is completed by mid-February. However, resumes
are accepted throughout the year and kept on file should a need occur. Teachers must pass this test and master the technology in order to move on to online classroom teaching.