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Secondary Science Teacher - Earth, Life and Biology

Pursuing Academics and Character Together (PACT) Charter School, a Minnesota K-12 public charter school, is accepting applications for a 1.0 FTE Science teacher who is licensed in the following areas: 9-12 Life Science and 5-8 Middle School Science. This position will begin with the 2019-2020 school year and will serve grades 7-12. This position would include teaching Biology, Life Science and Earth Science. Interested candidates should apply online through the AppliTrack web portal ( 

To be considered, please include with your online application: cover letter, resume, copy of MN licensure/certification, copy of transcripts and three letters of professional recommendation. 

Benefits include health with HSA option, dental, life/ltd, and PTO; salary will be commensurate upon experience.  

Deadline for application is until filled.
PACT Mission: Partnering as parents, students, and staff to develop students of character and academic excellence.

PACT Foundational Statements: We believe that parents are the primary educators of their children and that, as such, their voluntary participation in both classrooms and governance at PACT is expected and vitally important to our success as a community. 

About The PACT Community: PACT, an accredited K-12 public and tuition free charter school of choice with approximately 640 K-12 students, is a community school where all stakeholders; students, families, faculty/staff, and administration have a voice in the type of school community we create, develop, build, and grow. We are committed to sound governance and financial stability. PACT’s primary vision is to develop educationally excellent, engaged citizens, who value life-long learning and are committed to making exceptional contributions to their ever-changing world. PACT, located in Ramsey, MN, attracts students from the Anoka, Ramsey, Elk River, Andover, Champlin, and surrounding areas.