Current Openings

 

World Language Coach (Spanish or French)

Boise, Idaho

Full-time, year-round position

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World Language Coaching Duties:

  • Create inspiring, challenging, and creative coaching and learning experiences for all students

  • Collaborate with fellow coaches and school leadership to help build the school

  • Collaborate with other coaches to plan project based learning experiences

  • Share in the leadership of the school by taking on essential roles

Responsibilities:

  • Support the student-led mission of One Stone.

  • Coach students through the learning process, encourage peer-to-peer learning, and assist with difficult concepts.

  • Foster meaningful, positive relationships with students. Work individually with students to personalize their individual and development goals, mentoring them in discovering their passions.

  • Collaborate with coaches and learners to create and implement a rigorous real-world learning environment.

  • Design project-based, real-world, deep learning projects that encourage collaboration using the design thinking process.

  • Curate personalized learning activities for each learner’s abilities, needs, passions, and learning style.

  • Measure and report learning outcomes to colleagues, parents, and students on a regular basis.

  • Identify and collaborate with community partners to create an enriched, real-world learning environment in the community.

  • Liaise with coaches to share ideas on programming, instruction, and assessment.

  • Oversee part-time world language coaches to ensure inclusion, cohesion, and strength of program.

Successful One Stone Coaches:

  • Have a sense of humor, empathy for others, and grit

  • Believe that creativity and critical thinking are linked, and important skills for success

  • Are flexible thinkers and doers and drive for impact

  • Possess a passion for working with and engaging high school learners

  • Have strong interpersonal relationship and communication skills

  • Are optimistic

  • Possess strong leadership skills

  • Adapt to change and encourage innovation

  • Fail forward

  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial work ethic

  • Deploy creativity and flexibility to independently develop “curriculum” within a fluid, student-centered, project-based environment

  • Embody curiosity, passion, honesty, innovation, communication, selflessness, and courage

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STEM + Maker Coach

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The ideal STEM + Maker Coach candidate will have the ability to coach students with:

  • Physics - strong background with Newtonian mechanics
  • Engineering - CAD, material science
  • Coding - HTML, CSS, WordPress, JavaScript, Python
  • The development of strong maker skills - including use of Foundry tools (3D printer, laser cutter, woodworking tools, welding equipment, etc.)
  • Math up to Pre-calc, using some or all of the following techniques:
  • Use of open-ended experiments
  • Non-formal learning strategies
  • Multi-week projects
  • Quick “design challenges” (30 minutes to solve a problem using limited materials)

The ideal STEM + Maker Coach will have proficiency and/or experience with the following tools and software:

  • Maker tools including 3D printer, laser cutter, bandsaw, chopsaw, welding equipment, etc.
  • Ability to maintain tools (or preferably, comfort to oversee students maintain tools)
  • CAD skills - design using SketchUp Pro or similar
  • Experience with robotics, Arduino or similar (beyond LEGO robotics)
  • Experience with Raspberry Pis
  • Comfort helping students prototype and build solutions
  • Comfort letting students fail and the ability to guide them to fail forward
  • Excitement to learn new tools, techniques and approaches

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Math Coach

Boise, Idaho
Full-time, year-round position

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Math Coaching Duties

  • Create inspiring, challenging, and innovative coaching and learning experiences for all students

  • Develop interdisciplinary opportunities to support student growth in the area of math

  • Coach students in building their confidence and skills in math

  • Collaborate with fellow coaches and school leadership to help build the school

  • Collaborate with other coaches to plan project based learning experiences

  • Share in the leadership of the school by taking on essential roles

Qualifications

  • Strong commitment to One Stone’s mission, vision, and values

  • Desire to be a part of building a new school and a new approach to mathematics education

  • Experience working with high school students

  • Background in math instruction and experience working with mathematics in a context of project-based learning and applied mathematics

  • Deep understanding and knowledge of a range of mathematical concepts from a variety of branches of math, including, but not limited to: algebra, geometry, statistics, and calculus

  • Ability to collaborate and embrace the ambiguous nature of working in a startup environment

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter, resume, and references by e-mail to joinourteam@onestone.org.

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Physics Coaching Duties

  • Create inspiring, challenging, and creative coaching and learning experiences for all students

  • Collaborate with fellow coaches and school leadership to help build the school

  • Collaborate with other coaches to plan project based learning experiences

  • Develop interdisciplinary opportunities to support student growth in the area of physical sciences (physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology, and/or related subjects)

  • Coach students in connecting to fundamental concepts of physical sciences, scientific literacy, research skills, and effective oral and written presentation of scientific findings

  • Coach students inquiry-driven investigation of current challenges and advancements in physical science

  • Design learning experiences that incorporate relevant scientific application, inquiry, and understanding  

Qualifications

  • Strong commitment to One Stone’s mission, vision, and values

  • Desire to be a part of building a new school

  • Background in instruction of physical sciences (physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology and/or related subjects), labs, and student-driven research projects

  • Experience working with high school students

  • Ability to collaborate and embrace the ambiguous nature of working in a startup environment

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter, resume, and references by e-mail to joinourteam@onestone.org.

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Science Coach (Physics)

Boise, Idaho
Full-time, year-round position

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