Employment Opportunities

POSITION: 3rd Grade Homeroom Teacher

Reports to:  Lower School Head

Responsibilities:

Educational
  • Develops and implements a 3rd Grade program which adheres to the current grade curriculum, gearing the program to address the needs, special talents, styles, and pace of learning of the individual child and the collective class.
  • Assists in the planning and preparation of the learning environment including setting up and maintaining the classroom learning centers and preparing and/or obtaining needed supplies, materials, and textbooks. This process should be conducted in an organized, thorough, and timely manner..
  • Conducts him/herself in a professional manner at all times which reflects the mission and philosophy of the Academy.
  • Ensures that adequate and complete lesson plans are available for a substitute for a planned or unplanned absence.
  • Establishes and maintains effective partnership with parents through conferences, conversations and consistent and frequent communication. Keeps parents informed about classroom activities and the individual development of their children.
  • Ensures the safety of the children at all times.
  • Treats children, parents, faculty, staff, and administration with dignity and respect and practices positive approaches to discipline, as outlined in the Academy’s Discipline Policy.
  • Keeps the Lower School Head apprised of children’s progress, potential problems, or needed consultation between parents, teachers, and the Lower School Head.
Administrative
  • Maintains and reports absences and lateness according to established procedures.
  • Maintains students’ grades and reports these grades on report cards according to established procedures.
  • Completes conference reports after each parent/teacher conference; reviews critical conference results with the Lower School Head.
  • Attends all regularly scheduled and additional faculty meetings and liturgies
  • Responds to communication regarding students within 24 hours
  • Responsible for the orderly arrangement, appearance, and décor of his/her classroom; maintaining sanitary conditions for faculty and students.
  • On a rotating basis, will be responsible for assuming the supervision duties of arrival and/or departure carpool, recess, lunch, etc. as assigned or needed.
Professional
  • Participates in recommended training programs, conferences, seminars, courses, and other professional development opportunities to further enhance professional and personal growth.
  • Must be willing to fully participate with the Lower School Head in performance evaluations and in assessing development activities and personal improvements needed to ensure continuing professional and personal growth.

Qualifications:

  • Three or more years of teaching experience
  • A Masters degree in early childhood education

POSITION: Middle School Faith Development Teacher

Reports to:  Middle School Head

Responsibilities:

Teach Faith Development to grades 6-8, run our Middle School weekly chapel program, exemplify our Episcopal Identity in service, justice and religious formation

Educational
  • Teaches Religion program which adheres to the current grade curriculum, gearing the program to address the needs, special talents, styles, and pace of learning of the individual child and the collective class.
  • Assists in the planning and preparation of the learning environment including setting up and maintaining the classroom learning centers and preparing and/or obtaining needed supplies, materials, and textbooks. This process should be conducted in an organized, thorough, and timely manner.
  •  Conducts him/herself in a professional manner at all times which reflects the mission and philosophy of the Academy.
  • Ensures that adequate and complete lesson plans are available for a substitute for a planned or unplanned absence.
  • Establishes and maintains effective partnership with parents through conferences, conversations and consistent communication. Keeps parents informed about classroom activities and the individual progress of their children.
  • Ensures the safety of the children at all times.
  • Treats children, parents, faculty, staff, and administration with dignity and respect and practices positive approaches to discipline, as outlined in the Academy’s Discipline Policy.
  • Keeps the Middle School Head apprised of children’s progress, potential problems, or needed consultation between parents, teachers, and the Middle School Head.
  • Serves on the Faith In Action committee for service work
  • Serves on the Diversity Committee
  • Leads weekly chapel service for Middle School
  • Lead Student Vestry
Administrative
  • Maintains students’ grades and reports
  • Attends all regularly scheduled and special faculty meetings and liturgies
  • Responds to communication regarding students within 24 hours
  • Responsible for the orderly arrangement, appearance, and décor of his/her classroom; maintaining sanitary conditions for faculty and students.
  • On a rotating basis, will be responsible for assuming the supervision duties of arrival and/or departure carpool, recess, lunch, etc. as assigned or needed.
Professional
  • Participates in recommended training programs, conferences, seminars, courses, and other professional development opportunities to further enhance professional and personal growth.
  • Must be willing to fully participate with the Middle School Head in performance evaluations and in assessing development activities and personal improvements needed to ensure continuing professional and personal growth.
Miscellaneous:
  • Fingerprinting at the school’s expense upon hire and familiarity with child abuse laws.
  • All faculty members are required to treat other faculty, staff, administration, students, and parents with dignity and respect at all times.
  • Faculty are expected to fully support, wherever and whenever possible, the public relations and fund raising events sponsored by the school, Patrons’ Association, or students.
  • Willing to assume other duties as assigned or needed to assure the smooth operation of the Academy.

Qualifications:

  • Three or more years of teaching experience Middle School
  • A Masters degree in Theology or Divinity

Part-Time Middle School French Teacher

Reports to:  Middle School Head

Responsibilities:

Educational 
  • Develops and implements a French language program which adheres to the current grade curriculum, gearing the program to address the needs, special talents, styles, and pace of learning of the individual child and the collective class.
  • Assists in the planning and preparation of the learning environment including setting up and maintaining the classroom learning centers and preparing and/or obtaining needed supplies, materials, and textbooks. This process should be conducted in an organized, thorough, and timely manner.
  •  Conducts him/herself in a professional manner at all times which reflects the mission and philosophy of the Academy.
  • Ensures that adequate and complete lesson plans are available for a substitute for a planned or unplanned absence.
  • Establishes and maintains effective partnership with parents through conferences, conversations and consistent communication. Keeps parents informed about classroom activities and the individual progress of their children.
  • Ensures the safety of the children at all times.
  • Treats children, parents, faculty, staff, and administration with dignity and respect and practices positive approaches to discipline, as outlined in the Academy’s Discipline Policy.
  • Keeps the Middle School Head apprised of children’s progress, potential problems, or needed consultation between parents, teachers, and the Middle School Head.
Administrative
  • Maintains and reports absences and lateness according to established procedures.
  • Maintains students’ grades and reports
  • Completes conference reports after each parent/teacher conference; reviews critical conference results with the Middle School Head.
  • Attends all regularly scheduled and special faculty meetings and liturgies
  • Responds to communication regarding students within 24 hours
  • Responsible for the orderly arrangement, appearance, and décor of his/her classroom; maintaining sanitary conditions for faculty and students.
  • On a rotating basis, will be responsible for assuming the supervision duties of arrival and/or departure carpool, recess, lunch, etc. as assigned or needed.
Professional
  • Participates in recommended training programs, conferences, seminars, courses, and other professional development opportunities to further enhance professional and personal growth.
  • Must be willing to fully participate with the Middle School Head in performance evaluations and in assessing development activities and personal improvements needed to ensure continuing professional and personal growth.
Miscellaneous
  • Fingerprinting at the school’s expense upon hire and familiarity with child abuse laws.
  • All faculty members are required to treat other faculty, staff, administration, students, and parents with dignity and respect at all times.
  • Faculty are expected to fully support, wherever and whenever possible, the public relations and fund raising events sponsored by the school, Patrons’ Association, or students.
  • Willing to assume other duties as assigned or needed to assure the smooth operation of the Academy.

Qualifications:

  • Three or more years of  Middle School French teaching experience
  • An advanced degree in teaching French

POSITION: High School Outplacement Coordinator (part-time)

Reports to: Middle School Head

Responsibilities:
  • Build professional relationships with the following to place students with the best high school fit
    • local Admissions Directors
    • local Upper School Division Heads
    • local high school coaches and performing arts teachers
    • parents of seventh and eight grade students
    • seventh and eighth grade students to better understand their academic and social emotional needs
  • Participate in 8th grade Leadership seminar course
  • Work closely with the Director of Admissions and Middle School Head regarding high school outplacement
  • Work closely with families regarding application process
  • Work closely with eighth grade advisors regarding eight grade student needs
  • Schedule, organize and run spring high school sesion for seventh grade students and parents.
  • Schedule, organize and run high school fair in October
  • Build and expand upon the existing high school placement program
  • Familiarly with entrance exams and placement testing (ISEE/HSPT)
Administrative
  • Attends all regularly scheduled and special faculty meetings and liturgies
  • Responds to communication regarding students within 24 hours
  • On a rotating basis, will be responsible for assuming the supervision duties of arrival and/or departure carpool, recess, lunch, etc. as assigned or needed.
  • Review school referral process in collaboration with administrator
  • Act as an advocate for the students as required
Professional
  • Participates in recommended training programs, conferences, seminars, courses, and other professional development opportunities to further enhance professional and personal growth.
  • Must be willing to fully participate with the Head of School in performance evaluations and in assessing development activities and personal improvements needed to ensure continuing professional and personal growth.