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.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package to eligible employees that includes medical/dental/vision, retirement plan, and life insurance.
Engineering and Computer Science Teacher Click the link above for a complete job description As a member of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship team, you will have the opportunity to take part in a growing set of programs that are inspiring the entrepreneurs, engineers and computer scientists of the next generation. In addition to the teaching and other responsibilities described below, you will also participate in the development of new programs as we continue to explore the possibilities of interdisciplinary programming in our new state-of-the-art 20,000 square-foot Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center that is a hub for the entire Masters community.
Upper School English Teacher Click the link above for a complete job description The Upper School English Department at The Masters School seeks an English teacher who is passionate about the study of literature and writing, thrilled at the chance to work with intellectually curious high school students, and deeply engaged in the craft of teaching and the work of collaboration with colleagues. This position offers candidates the chance to work with a thoughtful faculty cohort and a fantastic student body, eager to build their skills as readers, writers and learners.
Upper School Learning Specialist Grades 9-12 Click the link above for a complete job description The Masters School seeks a full-time learning specialist for grades 9-12. The upper school learning specialist works closely with the director of learning enhancement and development to provide meaningful and effective support to students assigned to their caseload. In their work with students, the learning specialist provides academic support in the form of learning strategies, organization, study skills, and other behavioral strategies that empower the students as learners.
Upper School Mathematics Teacher (one-year sabbatical replacement) Click the link above for a complete job description 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.
Upper School Physics Teacher - Part-time Click the link above for a complete job description The Science Department seeks a part-time Upper School physics teacher. Candidates must be flexible and collaborative in their planning, teaching and assessing. The Masters School uses the Harkness method to maintain an atmosphere of collaboration to build knowledge and learn from one another. Experience teaching other sciences is highly desirable. The right candidate for this position will have the ability to design and implement creative, inquiry-based experiments and lessons that will facilitate student learning.
Click the link above for a complete job description 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.
Upper School School Counselor Click the link above for a complete job description The School Counselor is a full-time counselor in the Health Center who serves the Upper School. The School Counselor will work directly with the Director of Health Services, the other school counselors, with the students one-on-one, as well as create outreach programs for the various student and parent populations within the division.