The Masters School welcomes applications for faculty positions all year. A majority of available teaching and administrative positions become known in February and March of each year. The most advantageous time to submit applications is in the December – March timeframe. Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Learning Enhancement and Development This position is charged with facilitating our school-wide approach to learning and academic support. In close collaboration with the Middle School and Upper School Learning Specialists and the Division Heads, this person will coordinate academic support for students with identified learning differences and for internally identified students who may benefit from additional supports. The Director of Learning Enhancement and Development will report to the Associate Heads of the divisions, and work closely with the Head of Upper School and the Head of Middle School to create policy, train teachers and support individual students.
Middle School Humanities Coordinator and 6th Grade English Teacher The Middle School seeks a Middle School Humanities Coordinator and 6th Grade English teacher. This role offers the right candidate an opportunity to teach four sections of 6th grade English and to work with a dynamic team of humanities teachers to revise and align a 5th through 8th grade curriculum. We seek an accomplished English teacher who is also interested in coordinating an interdisciplinary (English/LA and history) humanities team.
The Masters School seeks a flexible, creative educator to assist in building our Visual Arts Program to be a cutting edge, comprehensive and enticing program to prepare students for their lives after Masters. We also strive to have a team player on board who will collaborate with our other arts faculty and other faculty across departments and divisions.
Upper School Mathematics Teacher The Upper School Mathematics Department is seeking a teacher who is passionate about the study of math, enthusiastic about working with high school students and committed to developing their craft as a teacher. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated ability to foster students’ mathematical thinking and experience teaching in student-centered environments.
The Masters School Department of Modern & Classical Languages seeks a Spanish teacher who is flexible and collaborative in planning, teaching, and assessing, and helps students take an active role in and responsibility for their own learning. Modern language faculty are committed to the student-centered Communicative Language approach in an immersion classroom environment, and work to help students cultivate intercultural competence as part of their path toward global citizenship.
The Middle School seeks short- and long-term substitute teachers for its middle and/or upper school divisions. The ideal candidate is passionate about working with children and eager to support students in taking an active role in their own learning. Substitutes are needed year-round for periodic teacher absences and occasional long-term assignments.
Middle School Latin Teacher The Masters School Modern and Classical Languages Department seeks a passionate, energetic and experienced teacher of Latin for a full-time position in the Middle School. The teacher will play an active role in the life of the Middle School and be a full member of a strong department that bridges two divisions. This position offers the opportunity to engage students in learning Latin in student-centered classrooms.
Upper School Latin Teacher The Masters School Modern and Classical Languages Department seeks a passionate, energetic and experienced teacher of Latin for a full-time position in the Upper School. The teacher will play an active role in the life of the Upper School and be a full member of a strong department that bridges two divisions.
This is a part-time position requiring the availability to work all shifts and be on-call. Security Officers perform duties necessary to protect The Masters School property and members of the school community from harm, maintaining order and security within the school grounds.
Security Officer This is a full-time position. Hours: 12:00 am - 8:30 am. Security Officers perform duties necessary to protect The Masters School property and members of the school community from harm, maintaining order and security within the school grounds.
The School is in the quiet phase of a significant comprehensive campaign, and the Director of Annual and Leadership Giving will serve as an important member of the campaign team. The director’s primary responsibility is to grow support for The Masters School’s $2.5 million Annual Fund and the School’s comprehensive campaign through personal solicitation of leadership Annual Fund ($1,877-$50,000) and a portfolio of major gift prospects. In addition to personal solicitations, the director will partner with the Annual Fund Manager to set and implement annual giving strategies, and will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Annual Giving Office.
Network Administrator This is a full-time (12-month) position, and reports to the Director of Technology. This individual will be responsible for the overall maintenance, health and security of the wired and wireless network.