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Topic: MATH POSITION - ROCHESTER, NY
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Mike DeMott

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Registered: 2/16/07
MATH POSITION - ROCHESTER, NY
Posted: Feb 16, 2007 10:53 AM
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HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHER NEEDED
September 2007

Location:
Victor High School in Victor, NY
(Victor is a suburban school located on a campus setting 15 miles
southeast of Rochester, New York)
Salary:
Starting salary for Masters degree candidates with no experience:
$37,500. Salary credit for work experience is granted. Plus competitive
benefits package.

Candidate Requirements:
All candidates must hold valid New York State teacher certification in
Mathematics covering grades 7 through 12.

Description:
This is a a full-time tenure-track Mathematics Teacher position
available for the school year beginning September 2007 on the faculty of
Victor High School. Candidates should have demonstrated success at
teaching Mathematics. The preferred candidate will have a background in
computer instruction and programming languages.

Application Procedure:
Interested applicants need to complete a Victor teaching application
form, available as a PDF document on the website www.victorschools.org
for submission by mail with their credentials to the following address:
Human Resources Office, Victor Central Schools, 953 High Street, Victor,
NY 14564. An application can be obtained by telephone at 585-924-3252
ext 1416.

Michael J. DeMott
Director of Human Resources
Victor Central Schools
953 High Street
Victor, New York 14564





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