Employment

Human Resources

Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities are posted as opportunities become available. Posted positions reflect known needs at the time of advertisement and are subject to change. Northland Preparatory Academy is an equal opportunity employer. All positions are posted below.

Please fill out the application completely and return it to NPA, attention: Toni Keberlein via US Postal Service, email Toni Keberlein (tkeberlein@northlandprep.org) or fax (928-214-8778).

Current Opportunities

  • MS/HS Algebra and Geometry Instructor-FT must be Highly Qualified (immediate need)
  • Substitute Pool – Minimum Bachelor’s Degree — scroll down for details
  • Special Education Para-pro

SY 2017-18 Opportunities Available

  • HS Physics Instructor-FT must be Highly Qualified
  • School Registrar- FT- experience is desired but not necessary.  We will train the right person if their skills and abilities line up with the needs of the position.
  • Substitute Pool – Minimum Bachelor’s Degree — scroll down for details
  • Special Education Para-pro

Application and Salary Schedule

Application
Salary Schedule 2016-2017

Are You, Northland Prep, and Flagstaff a Match?

Come join a vibrant learning community in a beautiful mountain setting!  Northland Preparatory Academy is a public charter school in Flagstaff leading 640 students in Grades 6-12 through a rigorous college prep curriculum.  Find out more about why we are one of the Top 100 Gold Medal Schools in the nation (US News & World Report, 2013) by sending us your resume and beginning a dialogue.

Why You?

Northland Prep seeks passionate, knowledgeable educators who are ready to take on the challenge of our mindset, which is that a teacher’s job is not simply to teach and offer students an opportunity to learn – it is to ensure that students learn.

If that describes you, then ask yourself:

  • Why would you invest yourself in attempting to teach upwards of 30 students in a class when you can actually teach 20?
  • Why be another face in the crowd in a large district when you can be a central partner in a tight-knit team of educators helping students truly achieve success?

Why Northland Prep?

  • A CULTURE OF LEARNING – We have a 99.8% cumulative graduation rate since our founding in 1996 and over 95% of our graduates go on to college.  Students leave NPA ready for college and careers.
  • SMALL CLASS SIZES – The typical NPA teacher has five class sections of 20 students or fewer, one class advisory/study supervision section, and prep time. Teachers get to focus on teaching.
  • ENGAGED STUDENTS – Our students are comfortable with high expectations and rigorous academics. They encourage each other to succeed and participate. Students are active in the classroom and in extracurriculars.
  • AN ACTIVE SCHOOL COMMUNITY – As a small charter school, our families are invested in the school by choice.  Parents are partners and contribute time and energy into classrooms. Teachers are supported.
  • COMPETITIVE SALARY AND BENEFITS—Our salary schedule is competitive and we offer health and retirement benefits. The health and well-being of our staff is essential.  NPA cares about our faculty and staff.

Why Flagstaff?

  • A gorgeous mountain setting with four seasons
  • Great outdoor activities – hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowboarding
  • A small city that’s not small-minded – open to a world of tourists and open-minded diversity
  • Home to Northern Arizona University — opportunities for continuing your education
  • Learn more about Flagstaff at http://www.flagstaffarizona.org/ and http://www.flagstaffchamber.com/

Substitute Teaching at NPA

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Current AZ fingerprint clearance card – we can help you apply if you don’t already have one
  • The willingness and ability to manage students as they complete lessons left by the classroom teacher

Rewards:

  • Flexibility – accept or reject assignments as much or as little as you like
  • Daily rate of $80 – higher than FUSD
  • A great way to gain some experience for those who may be seeking to teach in a classroom in the future
  • Appropriate behavior is an expectation of all NPA students.  As such, our students cooperate with substitute teachers.

Contact Kari Kaspryzk  (kkasprzyk@northlandprep.org or 214-8776) for more information about joining our substitute pool.

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