Become Part of the SySTEM Phoenix Team || Teaching Jobs
Are you passionate about innovation?
Do you love STEM? Do you want to help prepare our students for the jobs of the future?
Join a team of passionate educators at SySTEM Phoenix who are truly making a difference in the lives of middle and high school students.
Our strongest applicants have the following qualities:
Passion: We are passionate about everything we do, from teaching to project-based learning to integrating instruction through relevant projects involving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Grit: We work in a diverse community that requires incredible perseverance. We work relentlessly to ensure our scholars are able to overcome obstacles, meet their goals, and pursue their dreams.
Initiative: We see problems as exciting moments to grow, obstacles as challenges, and failures as learning opportunities. We jump in to help whenever we see an area for improvement.
Excellence: We strive for excellence every day, ensuring that it is felt and seen from the moment a student walks onto our campus. We take pride in establishing high expectations, clear communication, and strong accountability with all team members, resulting in an outstanding standard of excellence throughout our campus.
We are always looking for passionate teachers and leaders to join our team. View all open positions including teaching jobs, and APPLY today.
Are you a qualified educator with experience in more than one academic subject?
Due to SySTEM’s integrated learning model, teachers with certification/Highly Qualified status in more than one subject area are highly encouraged to apply.
Now accepting Resumes & Applications for the 2017-2018 School Year!
We are now accepting resumes for 6th – 10th grade teachers and operations team members for the 2017-2018 school year.
Open 2017-2018 Positions-Faculty
Teachers-We are currently hiring in the following areas:
Middle & High School Grades Math/Science
Middle & High School Grades ELA/Social Studies
Open 2016-2017 Positions-Operations