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 email@example.com.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package to eligible employees that includes medical/dental/vision, retirement plan, and life insurance.
Upper School Spanish Teacher Click the link above for a complete job description 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.
Middle and Upper School French Teacher Click the link above for a complete job description The Masters School’s Middle School seeks a skilled educator to teach 7th and 8th grade French classes, along with two Upper School classes or the equivalent. Ideal candidates will be excited by the prospect of playing an active role in the School and in a strong department that bridges two divisions. This position is an opportunity to build on growing programs in collaboration with colleagues in the Modern and Classical Languages Department.
Middle School Mathematics Teacher Click the link above for a complete job description Masters seeks a mathematics teacher that is passionate about math as a discipline and is eager to teach middle-school aged children. This position offers ample opportunities to design curriculum that will inspire students and to collaborate with peers. Particular attention will be paid to candidates that have leadership experience and a demonstrated ability to deepen students’ mathematical thinking skills through a variety of student-centered pedagogical practices.
The School is in the quiet phase of a historic comprehensive campaign, and the Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager will serve as a critical member of a dynamic campaign team. Reporting to the Associate Head of School for Institutional Advancement and collaborating with advancement staff, volunteers and key internal stakeholders and colleagues, the Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager will focus on building the donor community through the creation of meaningful opportunities to identify, engage and retain donors at all levels of giving and ensure that donors are informed, thanked and recognized in an appropriate and timely manner.
Security Officer 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.