Science Coordinator at the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public school (Cambridge, MA)

Please view the following opportunity from the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public schools below:

The Science Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the design, implementation, and assessment of a highly innovative and successful hands-on, K-6 science program at the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School. The Science Coordinator provides leadership for all aspects of the science program and also supports staff professional development in science by working directly with teachers and students in classrooms, leading the Science Team, and facilitating the Banneker Science Seminar Series.

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Specific responsibilities include:

Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School is seeking a highly motivated and experienced Science Coordinator/Coach to join our dynamic team. The Science Coordinator/Coach will play a pivotal role in advancing the quality of science education at our school. This position requires a passion for science education, strong leadership skills, and the ability to collaborate effectively with staff to ensure all students achieve academic success.


  • Monitoring and Analyzing MCAS Science Data: Utilize MCAS science data to assess student performance and identify areas for improvement. Analyze trends and develop strategies to enhance science achievement.
  • Providing Science Professional Development: Develop and facilitate professional development sessions for K-6 staff to enhance their pedagogical skills and content knowledge in science education. Provide ongoing support to ensure effective implementation of best practices.
  • Supporting and Monitoring Classroom Science Instruction: Collaborate with teachers to support and monitor classroom science instruction. Offer guidance, resources, and feedback to enhance teaching effectiveness and student engagement.
  • Ensuring Academic Success for All Students: Work closely with teachers, administrators, and support staff to ensure that all students, including those from diverse backgrounds and varying abilities, have access to high-quality science education and opportunities for academic success.
  • Writing, Designing, and Implementing Science Curriculum: Lead the development, writing, and design of a comprehensive science curriculum aligned with state standards and school goals. Ensure the effective implementation of the curriculum through ongoing support and monitoring.
  • Designing and implementing Science Assessments- to ensure fidelity to curriculum
  • Identifying, Monitoring, Organizing, and Providing Science Resources: Identify, evaluate, and organize science resources, including materials, equipment, and technology tools, to support teachers in delivering engaging and effective science instruction. Monitor resource usage and provide guidance on effective utilization.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Science, or a related field (Master’s degree preferred)
  • Valid teaching license/science certification
  • Minimum of 3 years of teaching experience in elementary science education
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in curriculum development, professional development, or instructional coaching
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to interpret data to drive instructional decisions
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders, including teachers, administrators, and community members
  • Knowledge of best practices in science education, including inquiry-based learning, STEM integration, and differentiation strategies
  • Proficiency in educational technology tools and resources
  • Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion in education

Terms: 11 months

Salary: Commensurate with experience and education

We offer competitive compensation and benefits, professional development opportunities, and a supportive work environment committed to excellence in science education. Join us in our mission to inspire curiosity, foster critical thinking, and empower students to become lifelong learners and future scientists.

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Detailed job description (including salary info) and application information can be found here:

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617 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452