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Columbus School for Girls: Middle and Upper School Computer Science Teacher (Posted: April 20, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls seeks to hire an energetic and creative full-time Middle and Upper School Computer Science teacher to begin in the 2017-2018 academic year. CSG offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities and welcomes candidates who add to the racial, cultural, religious, and gender diversity of the school community. Major functions and responsibilities include teaching Middle School technology and computer science quarter classes to sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students and teaching ninth grade Media Design classes and Upper School computer science classes. This position will also oversee the One Laptop per Child Program, including May travel and coach the Middle School Lego League team. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Columbus School for Girls: : Elementary School Form V Homeroom Teacher (Posted: April 20, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls will be hiring a full-time Lower School homeroom teacher for the 2017-2018 academic school year. CSG offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities and welcomes candidates who add to the racial, cultural, religious, and gender diversity of the school community. Candidates for the position should hold a bachelor’s degree or higher with an elementary education certification. The Lower School homeroom teacher is responsible for actively engaging children in social studies, language arts, and math instruction. Strong classroom management skills, proficiency with classroom technology, differentiated instruction and flexibility are key components of the position. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Columbus School for Girls: Upper School History Teacher (Posted: April 20, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls seeks to hire an energetic and creative full-time Upper School History teacher to begin in the 2017-2018 academic year. CSG offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities and welcomes candidates who add to the racial, cultural, religious, and gender diversity of the school community. Major functions and responsibilities include teaching a variety of Upper School History courses, including AP courses, collaborating regularly with the Upper School History teachers to ensure a cohesive history curriculum, and leading an advisory group. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ashley Hall: : 3rd and 4th Grade Teachers (Posted: April 20, 2017)

Ashley Hall is seeking teachers for 3rd and 4th grades. Major responsibilities will include: plan and implement curriculum and instruction in language arts ,mathematics, science, and social studies. Collaborate with colleagues within the Lower School division and throughout the school as a whole. Classroom instruction includes whole group, small group and individualized instruction. Familiarity with/ experience using Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Units of Study in both reading and writing is preferred. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with parents. Qualifications include five or more years teaching experience (independent school experience preferred) and at least a Master's degree. Training and experience with the Everyday Math program preferred. Familiarity with Responsive Classroom approach preferred. Applicants can submit their resume to Angela Semo at semoa@ashleyhall.org.

 
Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School: Science and Math Teacher (Posted: April 20, 2017)

Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School invites applications for a position as a science / math teacher for the 2017 – 2018 academic year. Successful candidates should have a strong academic background and previous teaching experience in a rigorous science and math curriculum. Candidates must also be willing to work closely with departmental colleagues in a collaborative, increasingly inter-departmental setting. Energy, enthusiasm, and a desire to communicate with young women are essential. Prior experience teaching primarily Chemistry with flexibility for other needs in the science and math curricula is preferred. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
The Traveling School: : Development Director (Posted: April 20, 2017)

The Traveling School seeks a Development Director who will report to and work in partnership with the Executive Director. The Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all The Traveling School’s fundraising including, major giving, annual giving, special events and campaigns. The right person will believe in our mission to empower young women academically, physically, and culturally through an experiential overseas high school semester. With that passion, the Development Director will strengthen our organization by successfully engaging with donors, alumnae, parents, and new funding partners as we move toward building an endowment for the future. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart: Lower School Learning Specialist (Posted: April 19, 2017)

Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart seeks a Lower School Learning Specialist for the 2017-2018 school year. The Learning Specialist is a committed Sacred Heart educator who is proficient in assisting primary aged students with learning differences as well as advanced students reach their full potential. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Dana Hall School: : Director of Enrollment Management and Marketing (Posted: April 18, 2017)

Dana Hall, an independent boarding and day school for girls in grades 5-12, seeks a bold and thoughtful enrollment professional to be its next Director of Enrollment Management and Marketing. This position will most excite the energetic, experienced and strategic leader who has an appreciation for engaging preadolescent and adolescent students, is committed to girls’ education and the school’s imperative to “provide its students with a unique opportunity to prepare themselves for the challenges and choices they will face as women and citizens of the world.” Located 12 miles west of Boston, the school balances exposure to new ideas and the challenge of analytic and creative thinking with concentration on the development of self-esteem, leadership and respect for others. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ellis School: Middle School English and Writing Support Teacher (Posted: April 17, 2017)

The Ellis Middle School is seeking an English/Writing Support Teacher beginning in August, 2017. This position is part-time (50%). Responsibilities include teaching a seventh grade English class, working with Middle School students on an individual basis, in small groups, and in classrooms to provide writing and organizational support. This position works closely with classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for English and writing . Other duties, including—but not limited to—proctoring study halls, chaperoning, and committee work are integral to the role of Middle School faculty members. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: : Director of College Counseling (Posted: April 13, 2017)

Stone Ridge is seeking a Director of College Counseling to begin July 10, 2017. The Director of College Counseling is responsible for setting vision with the Head of Upper School for the Office of College Counseling. Likewise, the Director of College Counseling synchronizes operation of the Office of College Counseling as the team guides members of each year’s graduating class through the process of transitioning to postsecondary education; this work, with both families and students, is done in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. S/he oversees the progress of student college selections; provides information and counsel about process, selections, finding the right “fit,” developing a college list, and considering financial aid options; s/he is responsible for all school forms of student applications, including but not limited to the School profile, transcripts, counselor letters of recommendation, teacher letters of recommendation, and the secondary school reports. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: Upper School Chemistry Teacher (Posted: April 13, 2017)

Stone Ridge is seeking an Upper School Chemistry Teacher to begin August 16, 2017. The Upper School Chemistry Teacher is responsible for teaching three sections of honors level chemistry and one section of AP Chemistry in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Working closely with colleagues in the Science Department and throughout the Upper School, s/he creates and updates plans for content, quality, and continuity of curriculum. S/he actively collaborates with Learning Strategists and Educational Technologists to develop strategies to support all students, and s/he works with the Counseling staff in developing social-emotional programming. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, participates in the Social Action Program, serves as an Advisor, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families about student progress through regular progress reports and responses to parents’ inquiries. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: : Early Childhood Classroom Aide (Posted: April 13, 2017)

Stone Ridge is seeking an Early Childhood Classroom Aide for our Little Hearts Program to begin August 16, 2017. The Early Childhood Classroom Aide works in conjunction with the Director of Early Childhood and Lead Teachers within the School’s Little Hearts Program. S/he provides general supervision and care with children, ages 3 months to 3 years old, in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Working closely with colleagues in the Little Hearts Program, s/he facilitates snack and mealtimes, including helping with preparation, feeding, and clean up. S/he assists with diaper changing, room/activities clean up, nap time efforts, and laundry as needed. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, as schedule allows, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families as appropriate. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: Upper School Part-Time Assistant Dean of Students (Posted: April 13, 2017)

Stone Ridge is seeking an Upper School Part-Time Assistant Dean of Students to begin August 1, 2017. The Upper School Assistant Dean of Students is responsible for supporting all facets of student life in the Upper School, in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education, in concert with the Upper School Dean of Students. S/he enforces school policies and holds students accountable regarding minor disciplinary infractions. Working with the Upper School Dean of Students, the Upper School Assistant Dean of Students plans and coordinates student activities, including specific class events (e.g. Winter Ball and Prom), after school clubs, Student Community Governance, and Diversity Cultural Group programming. S/he serves as the Fourth Academic Class Dean, collaborating with colleagues to execute all events related to the 12th grade class. S/he is responsible for lunch supervision and helps the Upper School Registrar with regular attendance as well. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: : Processing Archivist Intern (Posted: April 13, 2017)

Stone Ridge is seeking a Processing Archivist Intern (part-time) to begin on June 1, 2017. The Processing Archivist Intern works on a part-time basis in support of the Director of Institutional Advancement and the Director of Marketing and Communications at Stone Ridge. As the School prepares for its Centennial Celebration in 2023, it seeks to employ a Processing Archivist Intern to advise the School on best practices for institutional archives in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Click here for more information and a complete job description

 
St. Mary Academy - Bayview: Director of Communications (Posted: April 12, 2017)

St. Mary Academy – Bay View seeks a dedicated, experienced and energetic communications professional to serve as Director of Communications and foster a strong presence for the Academy in both traditional and emerging media. The Director of Communications must promote the visibility of the Academy, serve as brand ambassador, and provide clear messaging to both internal and external constituencies. Are you a story teller? Are you articulate, an enthusiastic writer and excellent at getting your message across? Then click here for a complete job description and application information.

 
Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart: : Pre-K4 Lead Teacher (Posted: April 12, 2017)

Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart seeks a Pre-K4 Lead Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Primary responsibilities include planning, organizing, and leading activities designed to promote academic, social, and emotional development in a supportive and engaging learning environment, and adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students varying needs and interests. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart: Pre-K4 Assistant Teacher (Posted: April 12, 2017)

Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart seeks a Pre-K4 Assistant Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Primary responsibilities include creating an emotionally responsive, caring, positive, and accepting environment supportive of the individual development of each child and family, and supervising young children and ensure a safe and loving environment. This includes the ability to monitor and respond to events going on at all times in the classroom, outdoor play areas, and other areas of the campus. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Visitation School: : Web and Communications Specialist (Posted: April 10, 2017)

Visitation School seeks a Web and Communications Specialist to begin immediately. This full-time, year-round position reports to the Director of Advancement, and supports school-wide communications, public relations and marketing initiatives. This position assists with the creation, editing, and distribution of compelling content across several of the school’s platforms including: website, social media, Vision magazine, collateral, advertising and media outlets. The individual will manage Visitation School’s web presence and the website’s data system. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Coastal Studies for Girls: Head Resident (Posted: April 6, 2017)

Coastal Studies for Girls, a residential science and leadership semester school in Freeport, Maine, is seeking a Head Resident. The major responsibility of the Head Resident is to lead the Residential Life portion of the semester experience, including serving as the lead supervisor for students and RAs during non-class hours. These responsibilities include administrative leadership of extra-curricular program. The Head Resident is an integral part of our leadership program, working closely with faculty, administration and RAs to structure non-academic time, integrating extra-curricular and recreational activities, service projects, chores, and community building. As a prime carrier of our leadership model, educational philosophy, and our entire academic and experiential program, the Head Resident is expected to uphold the highest standards for herself and the students, to serve as a role model and mentor, to have a deep commitment to girls and girls' education, and to embody the CSG mission and philosophy. A positive attitude is also paramount, along with a sense of humor and the ability to be a flexible self-starter in an ever-changing environment. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Fontbonne Hall Academy: : Mathematics, Science, and Visual Arts Teachers (Posted: April 4, 2017)

Fontbonne Hall Academy, an all-girls’ Catholic high school located in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn, NY is hiring. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood in 1937, Fontbonne aims to provide each student with a well-rounded education as well as encourage academic curiosity, personal creativity, intellectual risk-taking, and cultural awareness. We anticipate three openings for the 2017-18 school year in mathematics, science, and visual arts. Click here for more information and complete job descriptions.

 
Harpeth Hall: Middle School Math Teacher (Posted: March 31, 2017)

The Harpeth Hall School seeks a full-time middle school math teacher. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, creative, math teacher who possesses an enthusiasm for working with middle school girls, a commitment to innovative pedagogy and collaboration with colleagues, excellent writing and communication skills, and a comfort and familiarity with the use of relevant technology to enhance learning. The ideal candidate is also an experienced teacher capable of teaching various levels of middle school math, including pre-algebra and algebra I. A bachelor’s degree is required. An interest in curriculum development, at least three years of full-time teaching experience, and a master’s degree are preferred. Harpeth Hall is committed to an inclusive program, and candidates with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity or inclusion work are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates should complete an online application and submit a letter of interest, curriculum vita, references, and a statement of educational philosophy at harpethhall.org.

 
Harpeth Hall: : School Counselor (Posted: March 31, 2017)

Harpeth Hall seeks a dynamic, innovative, and culturally-responsive professional to serve as the part-time (75%) School Counselor. The ideal candidate will have experience in a school setting, demonstrate classroom teaching skills, and possess an enthusiasm and commitment to working with adolescent girls. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have skills in collaborating with teachers and consulting with parents.  Harpeth Hall is committed to an inclusive program, and candidates with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, or inclusion work are especially encouraged to apply.  A master’s degree in counseling is required. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
St. Mary Academy - Bayview: Director of Institutional Advancement (Posted: March 30, 2017)

St. Mary Academy - Bay View seeks a Director of Institutional Advancement to enhance and foster a culture of philanthropy, drive major donor giving, and build a community of support for the Academy's mission of all-girls, Mercy education. Candidates must demonstrate proven ability to increase participation in annual giving, manage a comprehensive major donor program, and build relationships within the community. Click here for a complete job description and application instructions.

 
Hockaday School: : Sixth Grade English Teacher (Posted: March 30, 2017)

The Hockaday School is seeking a sixth grade teacher to join the faculty of its English Department. The primary goal of the English Department at The Hockaday School is to develop students to be critical readers, writers, and thinkers who read literature to understand themselves and their place in the world, and who write authentically for a variety of audiences and purposes. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Hockaday School: Upper School Mandarin Chinese Teacher (Posted: March 30, 2017)

The Hockaday School is seeking a full time teacher of Mandarin Chinese for the Upper School beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. The School is seeking a teacher to be a vibrant member of the Upper School faculty who also serves as a grade-level advisor. The teacher will embrace the Tenets of Faculty Excellence, constantly developing innovative ways to improve the program for the benefit of the students. In addition to teaching responsibilities, the School would expect the teacher to continually pursue professional growth and development opportunities. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Hockaday School: : Upper School Mathematics Teacher (Posted: March 30, 2017)

The Hockaday School is seeking a full-time teacher of mathematics for the Upper School beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. The School is seeking a teacher to be a vibrant member of the Upper School faculty who also serves as a grade-level advisor. The teacher will embrace the Tenets of Faculty Excellence, constantly developing innovative ways to improve the program for the benefit of the students. In addition to teaching responsibilities, the School would expect the teacher to continually pursue professional growth and development opportunities. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child: Part-Time Upper School Math Teacher (Posted: March 30, 2017)

Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, a Catholic independent school in Summit, New Jersey, seeks a part-time math teacher for the 2017-18 academic year in its all-girls Upper School (middle/high school). Teaching responsibilities will likely include teaching one section of Honors Pre-Calculus, one section of Honors Algebra 2, with other duties such as substitutions as assigned. To apply, please submit cover letter to Upper School Division Head Jennifer Landis at jennifer.landis@oakknoll.org.

 
Girls Preparatory School: : Assistant Basketball Coach (Posted: March 30, 2017)

Girls Preparatory School (GPS) seeks candidates for Assistant Basketball Coach. The main role of this position is to assist the head coach with organizing and running the basketball program at GPS. The position assists with conducting practices, motivating students on and off the court, as well as instructing student athletes with in game strategies and techniques. This position will be involved with game day operations to ensure all areas are attended too to make game day events run properly and on time. This position will also be the head coach of our junior varsity program, which includes running practices, skill development of the team and individuals, as well as preparing players for their future with the varsity team. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Emma Willard School: Resident Faculty (Posted: March 30, 2017)

Emma Willard School seeks a Resident Faculty member for the 2017-2018 school year. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree is preferred) and relevant experience in residential life and/or youth mentoring. This person will also have strong written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, a sense of humor, and a genuine interest in living and working with adolescent girls as they develop their sense of self in an academically rigorous educational living environment. This is a live-in position with a mixture of evening/weekend and daytime responsibilities. This job is performed from the employee’s residence (apartment within the dorm) so candidates must be prepared to share this space as well as the entrance and exit to the apartment/residence hall with the students. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Emma Willard School: : School Counselor (March 30, 2017)

The Counseling Department at Emma Willard School, seeks an enthusiastic and exceptional counselor to join a team of health care professionals dedicated to providing holistic health care in a boarding school environment. S/he must be licensed in New York State. This position is for the 2017-18 school year. This is a full-time position, reporting to the Director of Counseling, and liaising with staff in Health Services. S/he will triage, counsel and/or refer students who seek help for mental or emotional health issues. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Emma Willard School: Advancement Officer for Annual Giving (Posted: March 30, 2017)

The advancement office at Emma Willard School is seeking an Advancement Officer for Annual Giving to join their dynamic team.  This position plays a role in securing the financial resources that allow Emma Willard School to advance its exemplary educational program. The advancement officer is responsible for planning, implementing, and assessing strategies directly related to the success and growth of the Parents Fund, our student giving program, and supporting all other annual giving efforts and departmental objectives. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Emma Willard School: : Executive Assistant to the Head of School (Posted: March 30, 2017)

Emma Willard School seeks an experienced and highly dynamic executive assistant to the Head of School. S/he provides comprehensive administrative support to the Head of School, the Board of Trustees and participates in administrative team meetings. This position represents the Head daily in interaction with the faculty, alumnae, parents and students and also supports the Head of Talent Management/Human Resources in the hiring process, in new faculty and staff orientation, and in community professional development. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Foxcroft School: Director of the Learning Center (Posted: March 28, 2017)

Foxcroft School is seeking candidates for Director of the Learning Center for the 2017-2018 school year. The Director of the Learning Center provides overall leadership, instruction, program development, and day-to-day management of student academic learning support, including the implementation of formal accommodations. The Director of the Learning Center works with faculty to insure the learning success of each student. The goal is to provide supportive and structured learning assistance for students enrolled in the Learning Center and those who need periodic assistance. The Director of the Learning Center reports directly to the Academic Dean and works closely with faculty to oversee the learning program. The Director of the Learning Center also works closely with the Guidance Team, the Dean of Student Life, the School Nurses and the School Counselor to provide support for individual students. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Linden Hall: : Chemistry Teacher (Posted: March 28, 2017)

Linden Hall seeks a personable, collaborative full-time chemistry instructor who has excellent communication skills and an interest in working in an all-girls school. We welcome engaging, high-energy applicants to work primarily with upper school students, but possibly with middle school students as well. Teaching duties include chemistry at the general and honors level, Advanced Placement Chemistry, and possibly middle school forensics. Top candidates will have previous experience teaching chemistry in an independent school environment. They will also possess a true passion for learning and nurturing growing skills in beginning and advanced students. We expect all candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and an understanding of the developmental needs of early-adolescent girls. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Louise S. McGehee School: Head of School (Posted: March 22, 2017)

Louise S. McGehee School (McGehee), a PK-12, non-denominational, independent girls’ day school in New Orleans, LA is seeking a Head of School to start July 2018. For over a century, McGehee has been educating girls in an inclusive environment. Located in the historic Garden District, the school’s beautiful campus includes six historic buildings in its educational village. Offered are a broad range of innovative programs in the arts, athletics, and academics designed specifically for girls. Throughout every division McGehee uses traditional and innovative teaching strategies to challenge students and to foster enthusiasm and a commitment to lifelong learning. From the Tinker Space for younger students to the independent research projects and mentorships in the Upper School -- students can explore their passions with highly qualified and dedicated faculty. The School’s co-educational Little Gate is the preeminent early childhood program in the city.

Carney Sandoe & Associates has been retained as search consultants. To learn more about the position or to make an inquiry contact: Amanda Riegel (amanda.riegel@carneysandoe.com) or Marlene Shaw (marlene.shaw@carneysandoe.com).

 
Atlanta Girls' School: : Chemistry and Biology Teacher (Posted: March 22, 2017)

Atlanta Girls' School seeks a Chemistry and Biology Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Atlanta Girls’ School is the only independent school for girls in Atlanta, serving girls in grades 6–12. AGS authentically lives its mission by providing a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become a vital contributor to our complex global society. Atlanta Girls’ School provides a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become a vital contributor to our complex global society. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Atlanta Girls' School: Math Teacher (Posted: March 22, 2017)

Atlanta Girls' School seeks a Math and Geometry Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Atlanta Girls’ School is the only independent school for girls in Atlanta, serving girls in grades 6–12. AGS authentically lives its mission by providing a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become a vital contributor to our complex global society. Atlanta Girls’ School provides a challenging college-preparatory program in a learning environment designed to foster the full potential of each student and to enable her to become a vital contributor to our complex global society. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart: : Upper School Theology/Campus Ministry (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart seeks an Upper School Theology teacher and Campus Minister for the 2017-2018 school year. The Upper School Theology teacher and Campus Minister creates an environment that fosters “a personal and active faith in God,” and “the building of community as a Christian value.” The Campus Minister is a committed Catholic who works to enhance the student’s academic experiences with equally compelling and meaningful spiritual and interpersonal experience in support of the Goals and Criteria of the Network of the Sacred Heart. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ursuline School: Religious Studies Teacher (Posted: March 20, 2017)

The Ursuline School is a Catholic, private, independent, college preparatory school for girls grades 6 -12, located in New Rochelle, New York. We are accepting applications for a full-time Religious Studies teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Major responsibilities include working collaboratively and professionally with other members of the Religious Studies department, grade-level, and school-wide colleagues for curriculum planning and differentiating instruction to attend to the needs of individual students. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ursuline School: : Chemistry and Physics Teacher (Posted: March 20, 2017)

The Ursuline School is an independent, all-girl Catholic college preparatory school located in New Rochelle, NY. We are seeking an experienced teacher with a passion for teaching physical sciences in the 2017-2018 school year. Prospective applicants must demonstrate the ability to provide both content based and conceptual science lessons. Applicants also must be comfortable collaboratively planning curriculum and Project Based Learning Initiatives. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ursuline School: Mathematics Teacher (Posted: March 20, 2017)

The Ursuline School is Catholic, private, independent, college preparatory school for girls grades 6 -12, located in New Rochelle, New York. We are accepting applications for a full-time high school Mathematics teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Prospective applicants must demonstrate the ability to provide both content based and conceptual math lessons. Applicants also must be comfortable collaboratively planning curriculum and Project Based Learning Initiatives. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ursuline School: : Biology and Chemistry Teacher (Posted: March 20, 2017)

The Ursuline School is an independent, all-girl Catholic college preparatory school located in New Rochelle, NY. We are seeking an experienced teacher with a passion for teaching biology and chemistry in the 2017-2018 school year. Prospective applicants must demonstrate the ability to provide both content based and conceptual science lessons. Applicants also must be comfortable collaboratively planning curriculum and Project Based Learning Initiatives. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Columbus School for Girls: Lower School Math Specialist (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls seeks to hire a full-time Lower School Math Specialist for Grades 1-5 to begin in the 2017-2018 academic year. CSG offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities and welcomes candidates who add to the racial, cultural, religious, and gender diversity of the school community. Major functions and responsibilities include providing curricular support and professional development to homeroom teachers, meeting with ability groups to differentiate math instruction within the classroom and in a small group settings, and developing resources for and communicating with Lower School parents. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Columbus School for Girls: : Lower School Reading Specialist (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls seeks to hire a full-time Lower School Reading Specialist for Grades 1-5 to begin in the 2017-2018 academic year. CSG offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities and welcomes candidates who add to the racial, cultural, religious, and gender diversity of the school community. Major functions and responsibilities include providing curricular support and professional development to homeroom teachers, meeting with ability groups to differentiate reading instruction one-on-one, in small groups, and within the classroom, and developing resources for and communicating with Lower School parents. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Girls Athletic Leadership School: Head of School (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Girls Athletic Leadership School is looking for an experienced leader who will be able to drive all aspects of the GALS model in a middle school setting, emulate the results we are working to create, and lead a team of faculty to high achieving results. Academically, we need a strong instructional leader who has experience at the middle school or secondary school level. We seek someone who understands and breathes adolescent development for girls and who believes in the power of gender specific settings and can support understanding of gender socialization and action in the realms of positive gender focus. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Girls Academic Leadership Academy: : Teacher Recruitment (Posted: March 20, 2017)

The Girls Academic Leadership Academy, the first all-girls science, technology, engineering and math school within Los Angeles School District is hiring for the 2017-18 school year. Candidates must hold a valid California teaching credential in the subject area you wish to teach. Masters Degree or higher preferred. GALA seeks to hire teachers in the following subject areas: English, Middle School/High School; English, High School; History, Middle School/High School; Math/Computer science, Middle School/High School; and Spanish, Middle School/High School. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: Pre-Primary Co-Teacher for Early Learner Class (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Laurel School seeks talented faculty who will put our students first and strive to make a difference in their lives. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty who thrive on being engaged participants in our community. The co-teacher is in charge of all aspects of running the classroom. S/he will provide a Pre-Primary setting that is nurturing, cognitively rich, positive, and cross-culturally sensitive. S/he will set a tone in which the intellectual, developmental, and affective needs of children are met in his/her classroom. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: : Technology Support Coordinator (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Laurel School is seeking candidates for Technology Support Coordinator. The Technology Support Coordinator works closely with faculty, staff, and students to support a technology-oriented curriculum. S/He actively works to promote a successful and reliable technology experience for all stakeholders. A positive attitude and the ability to adapt to changing educational and technological needs by actively seeking professional growth and development is an ongoing expectation. Strong knowledge of current technology practices, policies, and procedures and a desire to learn new aspects of technology support are necessary. Experience in a customer service-oriented environment managing and troubleshooting hardware, software, networking, and printing issues are essential. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: Upper School Music Teacher (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Laurel School seeks a Music teacher for Upper School courses for the 2017-2018 school year. This position involves conducting two choral ensembles (a select choir and a larger choral group), teaching a music theory course, and conducting an Upper School chamber orchestra. The ideal candidate would be able to teach in an alternate academic discipline. This music teacher is also responsible for directing the Upper School Musical every year and acts as an advisor to the school’s student-led a capella group. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Dana Hall School: : Engineering and Computer Science Department Head (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Department Head: Engineering and Computer Science. The individual in this position will be accountable for coordinating academic technology in grades 5-8; having a leadership role in the School’s 1:1 iPad program and collaborating with all faculty members on academic technology; serving as a middle school based educational technologist who supports and guides middle school teachers; and teaching 5th and 6th grade technology classes. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Dana Hall School: House Director (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Residential House Director. This is a full-time position for the academic year and it includes evening and weekend hours. House Directors report to the Dean of Residential Life. Successful candidates will orient, nurture and provide support and encouragement to each individual student while helping to establish a sense of community that supports the School’s mission. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Dana Hall School: : Upper School Learning Specialist (Posted: March 20, 2017)

Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Upper School Learning Specialist. The individual in this position will be accountable for reading and interpreting outside academic testing done on students and disseminating this information to teachers and advisors and working with faculty, parents, and outside evaluators to identify those strategies and teaching techniques that best help address the learning differences of identified students. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: Science Program Head (Posted: March 17, 2017)

Marlborough School, an independent, college preparatory school in Los Angeles for 530 young women in grades 7-12, seeks a dynamic Program Head to join the faculty for the 2017−2018 School year. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: : Math Teacher (Posted: March 17, 2017)

Marlborough School, an independent, college preparatory school in Los Angeles for 530 young women in grades 7-12, seeks a dynamic Math instructor to join the faculty for the 2017-18 school year. The ideal candidate should possess, at minimum, a BA in Mathematics and have at least 3−5 years teaching experience in Middle School math classes such as Prealgebra and Algebra I. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: Middle School History Teacher (Posted: March 17, 2017)

Marlborough School, an independent, college preparatory school in Los Angeles for 530 young women in grades 7-12, seeks a dynamic Middle School History instructor to join the faculty for the 2017–2018 School year. This is a part time position. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: : English Teacher (Posted: March 17, 2017)

Marlborough School, an independent, college preparatory school in Los Angeles for 530 young women in grades 7-12, seeks a dynamic English instructor to join the faculty for the 2017−2018 School year. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: History Teacher: Art History (Posted: March 17, 2017)

Marlborough School, an independent, college preparatory school in Los Angeles for 530 young women in grades 7-12, seeks a dynamic History instructor with expertise in Art History, to join the faculty for the 2017–2018 School year. This is a part time position. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stoneleigh-Burnham School: : Mathematics Teacher (Posted: March 8, 2017)

Stoneleigh-Burnham School, an independent boarding and day school for girls, grades 7-12, located in Greenfield, Massachusetts, seeks a full-time Instructor of Mathematics, effective August 2017. This position is residential and requires an additional commitment of coaching. Teaching assignment will likely include Algebra, Geometry, and IB Math Studies. Experience teaching Calculus and/or Physics is preferred, but not required. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Stoneleigh-Burnham School: Dance Instructor (Posted: March 8, 2017)

Stoneleigh-Burnham School, an independent boarding and day school for girls, grades 7-12, located in Greenfield, Massachusetts, seeks a highly energetic and enthusiastic full-time Dance Instructor, effective August 2017.  Stoneleigh-Burnham School is committed to excellence in teaching and holds high standards for its faculty.  Applicants should be committed to single-sex education and be interested in making a positive impact on the lives of adolescent girls. Candidates who can contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of the community are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Ellis School: : World Languages Instructors (Posted: March 8, 2017)

The Ellis School is seeking World Language instructors beginning in August, 2017.
Responsibilities include teaching four to five sections of Middle and/or Upper School Spanish and/or French and advising eight to ten students. Other duties, including—but not limited to—proctoring study halls, chaperoning, and committee work are integral to the role of Middle and Upper School faculty members. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Foxcroft School: Annual Giving Coordinator (Posted: March 7, 2017)

Foxcroft School is seeking an Annual Giving Coordinator to begin July 1, 2017. The Annual Giving Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Institutional Advancement and works in concert with the other members of the Advancement team. The Annual Giving Coordinator is responsible for a $1 million annual giving campaign. The Annual Giving Coordinator will design and implement strategies to effectively manage the annual giving campaign, a stewardship group of approximately 150 donors, work with alumnae and parent volunteers and assist with alumnae relations and reunion giving. The Annual Giving Coordinator needs to be an effective fundraiser. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Academy of Our Lady of Peace: : Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction (Posted: March 7, 2017)

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP), an all girls’, Catholic high school in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), located in San Diego, is currently seeking to hire an Assistant Principal of Instruction for the 2017-2018 school year to begin July 1, 2017. The Assistant Principal of Instruction reports directly to the Assistant Head of School and is responsible for all areas of the school pertaining to curriculum, classroom instruction, teacher supervision and professional development. Additionally, this position works in partnership with counselors, librarian(s), attendance, admissions and technology to move forward the school’s mission and vision. Click here for a complete job description and click here to apply.

 
Ellis School: Upper School Math Teacher (Posted: March 6, 2017)

The Ellis School, the only pre-K to grade 12 independent day school for girls in Pittsburgh, PA, is seeking a full-time Upper School Mathematics instructor beginning in August, 2017. Responsibilities include teaching five sections of high school mathematics and advising eight to ten students. Other duties, included - but not limited to - proctoring study halls, chaperoning, and committee work are integral to the role of Upper School faculty members. Click here for more information and a complete job description. 

 
Girls Preparatory School: : Athletics Director (Posted: March 6, 2017)

Girls Preparatory School (GPS) seeks candidates for Athletics Director. As a visionary leader of a 21st century, girl-centered athletics program, GPS’s Athletics Director (AD) is the face and thought leader of a comprehensive, interscholastic program that supports girls in grades 6-12 with a range of abilities and interest. Basing all decisions on the school’s mission, values and strategy, the AD creates and implements a program that supports student-athletes while maintaining the school’s integrity as a values-driven academic institution. Working with a team of coaches and other support personnel, the AD is a well-respected leader who is progressive in his/her approach to secondary athletics. By building productive relationships with students, parents, faculty, staff, and other external stakeholders, the AD leverages GPS’s strong history to build an even greater future. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Columbus School for Girls: Director of the Program for Young Children (Posted: March 2, 2017)

Columbus School for Girls (CSG), a pre-k-12 independent day school in Columbus, Ohio, empowers girls to discover their distinct potential as learners and leaders. The Program for Young Children (PYC) is seeking a skilled, experienced leader to assume the position of Director in July, 2017. The PYC serves more than 75 children, aged three- to six-years-old.  A member of the senior administrative team, the PYC Director reports to the Head of School and is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations and the strategic direction of division. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Nightingale-Bamford School: : Director of Annual Giving and Constituent Relations

Nightingale-Bamford Schools seeks candidates for Director of Annual Giving and Constituent Relations. The Director of Annual Giving and Constituent Relations has the major responsibility of coordinating, planning, and executing the strategic and tactical plans for the $3 million annual fund at Nightingale-Bamford across all constituencies including major donors, trustees, current parents, alumnae, grandparents, faculty/staff, and friends of the school. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Miss Hall's School: Leadership Gifts Officer (Posted: February 27, 2017)

Miss Hall’s School is actively seeking a Leadership Gifts Officer. A steward of the School’s mission and values, the Leadership Gifts Officer is responsible for the cultivation and solicitation of leadership level gifts to the School. Responsible for meeting revenue goals from leadership donations, this position requires a high level of social interaction with the ability to nurture relationships, manage multiple projects and deadlines, and travel as needed on behalf of the School. The ideal candidate will show a personal commitment to the education of a diverse student body and will aspire to enhance the visibility and reputation of Miss Hall's School.

Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to hr@misshalls.org. For more information, please visit us at: http://www.misshalls.org/employment.

 
Miss Hall's School: : Math Department Chair (Posted: February 27, 2017)

Miss Hall’s School seeks a Math Department Chair to lead an innovative and transformational math department. A deeply collaborative and dedicated educator, the Math Department Chair will be a master teacher, support faculty within the department in their teaching and professional development goals, and collaborate with other department chairs to develop rich interdisciplinary learning opportunities through the lens of our signature programs in girl's leadership and experiential learning.

Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to hr@misshalls.org. For more information, please visit us at: http://www.misshalls.org/employment.

 
Miss Hall's School: Director of College Counseling (Posted: February 27, 2017)

Miss Hall's School is actively seeking a Director of College Counseling. Serving as an advocate for the School and the student, the Director partners with the Director of Academic Counseling and Dean of Academics and Faculty to guide students to achieve their academic goals while at MHS and to ensure that Miss Hall's students are afforded the best opportunities for college. We seek candidates who are excited to contribute to the community, collaborate, and support the promise and future of Miss Hall’s students.

Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to hr@misshalls.org. For more information, please visit us at: http://www.misshalls.org/employment.

 
St. Mary's Academy: : Principal (Posted: February 24, 2017)

St. Mary’s Academy, a private, Catholic, all-girls, college-preparatory school located in downtown Portland, Oregon, seeks a dynamic and experienced Principal for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Principal is the chief educational leader of the school and is responsible for leadership of the school’s educational programs in accord with the school’s Catholic identity, philosophy and vision. The Principal is directly responsible for all student programs, including curriculum, co-curricular activities, student services and student-parent-faculty relationships. Appointed by and reporting to the President, the Principal will work closely with her in developing the school climate, relating to the community and strategic planning. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Emma Willard School: Teaching Fellowship (Posted: February 17, 2017)

Emma Willard School, a private boarding/day school for girls, believes that learning is a lifelong prospect, and we rejoice in the input, experience, and potential of faculty of all experience levels. As such, we are proud to continue to offer our successful teaching and learning opportunity for recent college graduates. Our “teaching fellows” contribute to life at our school and earn a Master's degree at the Capital Region Campus of Clarkson Graduate School. This two-year position involves teaching under the guidance of an experienced teaching mentor. The fellow will also coach at least one season of a sport, participate in at least one additional co-curricular, and have residential life responsibilities. Compensation includes full payment for graduate school tuition, room and board during the school year, and a stipend.

For the 2017-2018 school year, we anticipate hiring two fellows, one who will work with our Math Department and one who will work with our Languages Department, specifically teaching Spanish. Emma Willard School is an equal opportunity employer. In order to be considered for this position, the candidate needs also to be accepted into the graduate program at Clarkson University. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume by March 10 to: Lisa McGrath / Head of Talent Management/Human Resources / 285 Pawling Avenue Troy, NY 12180 / lmcgrath@emmawillard.org.

 
Laurel School: : Upper School Hebrew Teacher, Part time (Posted: February 16, 2017)

Laurel School is accepting applications for a part time Hebrew Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Laurel School is seeking a dynamic and talented teacher for our Upper School Hebrew program, which serves students of novice to high-intermediate proficiency. The ideal teacher has the ability to teach an additional language offered at Laurel and is inspired to spur the Hebrew program forward. She or he emphasizes the use of the target language in class, is able to differentiate instruction based on learning styles, and uses a variety of assessment strategies. She or he will also need to collaborate with World Language teachers across divisions and participate in the implementation of an articulated language curriculum. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: Upper School English Teacher - Possible Opening (Posted: February 16, 2017)

Laurel School is accepting applications for a possible opening in the Upper School English department. Laurel School is seeking a dynamic and passionate individual, one who cares deeply about the importance of reading and writing, who is curious about new methods and modes of communication, and who is interested in exploring the ways in which we can teach girls to be courageous, ethical and empathetic through literature. The candidate must be able to use a variety of assessment strategies, teach the AP curriculum and incorporate our Facing History and Ourselves program into course planning. We seek teachers interested in working collaboratively with other Laurel teachers, enthusiastic about the opportunity to design curriculum—including lessons that take advantage of our 140-acre Butler campus as an outdoor classroom—and adept at differentiating instruction. We are particularly interested in candidates who seek an opportunity to serve as English Department Chair, either for their first year at Laurel or soon after. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: : Middle School Visual Arts Teacher (Posted: January 16, 2017)

Laurel School seeks candidates for Middle School Visual Arts Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. The Middle School Visual Arts Teacher will be responsible for planning daily lessons, delivering instruction and procuring materials for students. Duties include teaching studio art classes in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional materials. The candidate should also be committed to working with technology where applicable, and be active in curriculum development. The Middle School art teacher is a member of the visual arts department and will collaborate with other Primary and Upper School visual art teachers to ensure continuity of the art curriculum. Designing curriculum which encourages interdisciplinary experiences outside of the traditional classroom (in the City of Cleveland or at the Butler Campus) alongside other members of the grade-level teams is encouraged. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: Upper School History - Possible Opening (Posted: February 16, 2017)

Laurel School is seeking candidates for a possible opening in the Upper School History department. Laurel School is seeking a dynamic and passionate individual, one who cares deeply about the importance of research, reading and writing and who is interested in exploring the ways in which we can teach girls to be courageous, ethical and empathetic through historical study. The candidate must be able to use a variety of assessment strategies; teach the AP curriculum, ideally AP World History; and incorporate our Facing History and Ourselves program into course planning. We are particularly interested in candidates who seek an opportunity to serve as History Department Chair, either for their first year at Laurel or soon after. Candidates with Middle and Upper School teaching experience are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School: : Senior Director of Development (Posted: February 16, 2017)

Georgetown Visitation is seeking a seasoned fundraising executive to lead all aspects of the school's development program, including the Capstone Phase of its capital campaign, "A Cherished Past, A Vibrant Future." Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Head of School, the Senior Director must be a results-oriented leader with a proven ability to cultivate strong donor relationships and a demonstrated record of securing multiple six- and seven-figure gifts. The Senior Director will manage, mentor, and coach a talented team of five development professionals and work collaboratively with colleagues across the school community. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS): Director of Member Relations & Association Advancement (Posted: February 16, 2017)

The Association of Boarding Schools is seeking candidates for Director of Member Relations & Association Advancement (DMRAA). The DMRAA will manage a portfolio member-related, member-facing projects and activities, with the overall goal of advancing member relations to encourage strong affinity, measurable engagement (attendance at TABS events, participation in TABS programs, and volunteerism in the Association’s work) and organic revenue growth. TABS relies on strong member engagement in the form of volunteerism to serve and support the staff as well as leveraging volunteers’ skills and talents to serve the broader membership. As such, identifying, recruiting, coordinating, evaluating, and recognizing volunteers is central to this new role. Overall, the DMRAA functions as an important partner to the VP of Member Relations & Association Advancement in service to and engagement with the TABS membership and together, in many respects, serve as the face of the organization, bringing the association’s work to the membership and the voice of the membership back to the association. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Agnes Irwin School: : Director of Strategic Partnerships and Research (Posted: February 15, 2017)

The Agnes Irwin School seeks a Director of Strategic Partnerships and Research, to take the lead role in all research initiatives for the Center for the Advancement of Girls, and to develop and oversee strategic partnerships, intended to expand opportunities for students in the areas of research and entrepreneurship. This position also has responsibility for teaching two (2) semesters of Economics and one (1) semester of Global Health. Please click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Marlborough School: Middle School Educational Psychologist (Posted: February 14, 2017)

Marlborough School seek a Middle School Educational Psychologist. The Middle School Educational Psychologist is responsible for the academic, social, and emotional well-being of middle school students. This position is directly involved in (1) advising students, parents, and teachers on educational accommodations and policies and mental health/wellness concerns; (2) referring families to professionals outside of school when appropriate; and (3) staying current with best practices in the field, carrying out additional research when needed. Click here for more information and a complete job description, and click here to apply.

 
Montrose School: : Director of Student Life (Posted: February 9, 2017)

Montrose School seeks a veteran educator to serve as the Director of Student Life. This position will model and maintain formative opportunities for students to use their freedom responsibly and maintain a school culture inherently recognizing the dignity of all persons.The Director will promote student ownership of activities, stewardship and service and arrange opportunities for experiential learning outside of the classroom and provide student assessment of those experiences. The Director will advise Student Government and create programming to develop student leadership. Montrose invites and encourages potential applicants to review its website, www.montroseschool.org, carefully to understand the School and its expectations for growth-minded faculty and staff.

 
Linden Hall: Sixth Grade Teacher (Posted: February 7, 2017)

Linden Hall seeks a personable, collaborative full-time middle school instructor who has excellent communication skills and an interest in working in an all-girls school. Teaching duties include math, science, and an interdisciplinary history course. We welcome engaging, high-energy applicants to work primarily with sixth grade students, but with other middle school students as well. Top candidates will have experience teaching math and science to middle school students in an independent school environment. They will also possess a true passion for learning and nurturing growing skills in beginning and advanced students. We expect all candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and an understanding of the developmental needs of early-adolescent girls. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Girls' School of Austin: : Business Officer (Posted: February 6, 2017)

The Girls’ School of Austin seeks an experienced business officer who will be responsible for the planning, control, accounting and reporting of income, expense, contributed and invested funds of the school. S/he manages all activities designated as business office responsibilities including risk management and insurance, employee compensation and personnel policies, facilities leasing, city, state and federal government compliance. This is a part time position with the possibility of full time depending on skills and ability to teach a class. Applicants send a resume and employment application to lschmitt@thegirlsschool.orgClick here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Hockaday School: Database Administrator (Posted: February 3, 2017)

The Hockaday School is seeking an experienced database administrator who will be responsible for the performance, integrity and security of all Hockaday databases. She/he will also be involved in the planning, creation and development of databases as needed, as well as troubleshooting any issues on behalf of the users. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Miss Hall's School: : Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management (Posted: February 2, 2017)

Miss Hall's School is actively seeking a Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management for the 2017-2018 school year. Guided by the School’s mission and vision and a genuine commitment to student empowerment, the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management provides creative vision and dynamic leadership for all enrollment management and student recruitment efforts. An integral member of the School’s Leadership Team, the Director is an ambassador for the School, a partner with the faculty, and a champion of the mission and values that define Miss Hall’s School.

Cover letters and resumes should be addressed to the Head of School at hr@misshalls.org. For more information, please click here.

 
Laurel School: Upper School Math Teacher (Posted: February 2, 2017)

Laurel School is seeking a dynamic and talented teacher who can teach a variety of Upper School mathematics courses, including advanced math courses such as AP and Multivariable Calculus. The ideal teacher will create a rich learning environment, employ varied teaching approaches and use multiple tools to assess student understanding. S/he will have the ability to work collaboratively with other STEM teachers and will be guided by differentiated instructional methods in developing and delivering effective lessons to a diverse group of learners. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Laurel School: : Upper School Math Teacher, Part Time (Posted: February 2, 2017)

Laurel School is seeking a dynamic and talented teacher who can teach a variety of Upper School mathematics courses, including advanced math courses such as AP and Multivariable Calculus. The ideal teacher will create a rich learning environment, employ varied teaching approaches and use multiple tools to assess student understanding. S/he will have the ability to work collaboratively with other STEM teachers and will be guided by differentiated instructional methods in developing and delivering effective lessons to a diverse group of learners. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School: Director of Admissions and Enrolment Management (Posted: January 30, 2017)

St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School is seeking a Director of Admissions and Enrolment Management. Reporting to the Head of School, the Head of Admissions & Enrolment Management is responsible for setting strategy and overseeing daily operations of the Admissions Department with a focus on creating presence and building the School’s external profile, increasing enrolment, and supporting retention. This individual works closely with the Head of School and the Head of Senior, Middle, and Junior School to ensure successful execution of all goals and admissions activities. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School: : Director of the Annual Fund (Posted: January 30, 2017)

St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School is seeking candidates for the Director of the Annual Fund. Reporting to the Head of School, the Director, The Annual Fund is responsible for planning, implementing, and managing the Annual Fund for St Mildred's-Lightbourn School, supporting a culture of philanthropy and growing revenue for the School. Primary responsibilities include developing a comprehensive Annual Fund plan based on the mission and strategic goal of the school and conducting leading practice research that contributes to building the School's Annual Fund. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Trinity Hall: Humanities Teachers (Posted: January 30, 2017)

Trinity Hall seeks experienced and passionate Humanities Teachers with a minimum of three years secondary school experience, preferably in an independent school community. The successful candidates will be able to teach multiple levels (including AP) of at least two of the following subjects: English, History, and Theology. Trinity Hall’s Humanities Team empowers students to appreciate and understand the historical, cultural, theological, and literary contexts of their global society through an interdisciplinary approach that encourages 21st century skills. Please click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Trinity Hall: : Math Teachers (Posted: January 30, 2017)

Trinity Hall seeks experienced and passionate Math Teachers to join our STEM team, with a minimum of three years secondary school experience, preferably in an independent school community. The successful candidates will be able to teach multiple levels of Mathematics (including AP), and ideally, be capable and willing to teach a second discipline as well: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and/or Engineering. STEM at Trinity Hall is studied by a student-centered, inquiry-based interdisciplinary approach that encourages active participation, collaboration, and 21st century skills. Students are empowered to take ownership of the material, making connections on their own and sharing their insights (and questions) with the group. This move from a lecture-based model to a collaborative approach challenges students to become risk-takers and transforms their analytical and research skills, preparing them for a lifetime of problem-solving. Please click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Trinity Hall: Science Teachers (Posted: January 30, 2017)

Trinity Hall seeks experienced and passionate Science Teachers to join our STEM team, with a minimum of three years secondary school experience, preferably in an independent school community. The successful candidates will be able to teach multiple levels (including AP) of at least two of the following disciplines: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Engineering, and/or Mathematics. STEM at Trinity Hall is studied by a student-centered, inquiry-based interdisciplinary approach that encourages active participation, collaboration, and 21st century skills. Students are empowered to take ownership of the material, making connections on their own and sharing their insights (and questions) with the group. This move from a lecture-based model to a collaborative approach challenges students to become risk-takers and transforms their analytical and research skills, preparing them for a lifetime of problem-solving. Please click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Trinity Hall: : World Languages Teachers (Posted: January 30, 2017)

Trinity Hall seeks experienced and passionate World Languages Teachers with a minimum of three years secondary school experience, preferably in an independent school community. The successful candidates will be able to teach multiple levels (including AP) of Spanish or French, and ideally, be capable and willing to teach the second language as well. The World Language courses at Trinity Hall facilitate a class structure built around the four main skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The classes aim for target language instruction only. Cultural comparisons, connections, and global outreach are a priority throughout the scope and sequence of the students’ language learning journey. Please click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
St. Margaret's School: Director of Communication and Marketing (Posted: January 30, 2017)

St. Margaret’s School is seeking a Director of Communication and Marketing who will be responsible for communicating the School’s mission by employing a variety of marketing tactics designed to convey strategic messages while maintaining consistent branding. The successful candidate will be a highly-motivated, detail-oriented, tech-savvy, creative professional. He or she will work collaboratively within the Office of Development and Office of Admission to coordinate outreach efforts, designing interactions that achieve the School’s communications and marketing objectives. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Our Lady of the Elms School: : Division Head Upper School (Posted: January 30, 2017)

Our Lady of the Elms, a private, independent, all-girls’ Catholic school sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace and located in Akron, OH, seeks a division head for its Upper School. The Upper School head is the educational, instructional and spiritual leader for Grades 9 - 12. The Upper School head is responsible for the continuing Catholic faith formation of the Upper School faculty and students, the Upper School’s educational and co-curricular programs and managing the day-to-day operations of the Upper School. This position is hired by the President and is directly responsible to the President for administering the educational and co-curricular programs of the division in a manner consistent with the School’s mission. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart: High School Art Teacher (Posted: January 27, 2017)

Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart is seeking candidates for a High School Art Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. The ideal candidate will be well prepared to teach foundation classes at the HS level, including introductory classes in Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture as well as IB Visual Art classes. Portraiture and Life Drawing are part of the curriculum and the candidate will need skills to teach those areas of art. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart: : Middle School Language Arts Teacher (Posted: January 27, 2017)

Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart is seeking candidates for a Middle School Language Arts Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Our purpose is to form girls into young women of Faith, Intellect, Compassion, and Courage. By engaging our students in the discovery, development, and sharing of their gifts, we strive to make them the best for the world. Carrollton is a member of the international Network of Sacred Heart Schools, is an all-girls Montessori 3 through Grade 12, Catholic, independent, college preparatory school in Miami, FL. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart: Middle School Science Teacher (Posted: January 27, 2017)

Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart is seeking candidates for a Middle School Science Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Our purpose is to form girls into young women of Faith, Intellect, Compassion, and Courage. By engaging our students in the discovery, development, and sharing of their gifts, we strive to make them the best for the world. Carrollton is a member of the international Network of Sacred Heart Schools, is an all-girls Montessori 3 through Grade 12, Catholic, independent, college preparatory school in Miami, FL. Click here for more information and a complete job description.

 

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