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 careers@mastersny.org.


We offer a comprehensive benefits package to eligible employees that includes medical/dental/vision, retirement plan, and life insurance.

Open Positions

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  • Faculty Positions

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    The Masters 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.

    Upper School History Teacher (partial year leave replacement)
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    The Upper School History and Religion Department is seeking a teacher who is passionate about the study of history, enthusiastic about working with high school students and committed to developing their craft as a teacher. Cognizant of our increasingly connected world, the department has developed a set of curricular offerings that build from a two-year World History foundation, include various approaches to the teaching of American History and allow students to choose from a range of exciting senior level seminars. 
  • Administrative/Staff Positions

    Associate Director of College Counseling
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    The Masters School is looking to grow our College Counseling Staff with the addition of a new Associate Director of College Counseling. They will join a staff of three other counselors and an administrative assistant in guiding students and their families through all stages of the college search and admission processes. The Masters School College Counseling Office uses a three-year, developmental approach to supporting students which includes intentional self-assessment and forward planning.

    Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager
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    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
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    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.