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.
Please visit our employment page for updates on available positions.
Benefits are a partnership between you and The Masters School. They are offered in a way that gives choice and flexibility, so that you can choose the benefits that are right for you and/or your family. The following chart summarizes the benefit options available to benefit eligible employees:
The Masters School seeks an AP Environmental Science/Environmental Science Teacher who combines expertise in the subject with a passion for teaching, who is both creative and collaborative in the planning of instruction, and who is committed to the principle that the deepest learning occurs when students are afforded opportunities to “discover” the concepts for themselves.
The Masters School seeks a dynamic full-time Theater Technical Director and Performance Facilities Coordinator. The TD/PFC is responsible for safely and effectively coordinating and implementing all technical elements (scenery, sound and lighting) for Performing Arts productions, as well as backstage and A/V support for other school-wide events in the Claudia Boettcher Theater. The position reports to the Chair of the Performing Arts Department.
The Masters School seeks a passionate and energetic teacher of Spanish for a part-time middle school position.
The Masters School Department of Modern & Classical Languages seeks a Spanish teacher who is flexible and collaborative in planning, teaching and assessing, and can help 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.
» Upper School Art/Photography Teacher
Due to the volume of qualified applicants, we are not accepting applications at this time.
The Mathematics Department at the Middle School level seeks a mathematics teacher who combines expertise in the subject with a passion for teaching students in the middle grades, who is both creative and collaborative in the planning of instruction, and who is committed to the principle that the deepest learning occurs when students are afforded opportunities to “inquire,” “discover” and “test out their learning” for themselves. This is a one-year leave replacement position.
The Masters School seeks a teacher for its growing Innovation, Engineering and Computer Science Program. The successful candidate will combine his/her expertise in one or more subject areas with a passion for teaching; be creative and collaborative in the planning of instruction; and is committed to the principle that the deepest learning occurs when students are afforded opportunities to “discover” the concepts for themselves. The Masters School uses the Harkness method to maintain an atmosphere of collaboration to build knowledge and learn from one another, so experience with or interest in student-centered instruction is desirable. This position reports to the Director of Engineering and Computer Science.
The new counselor will join a staff of two other counselors and an administrative assistant in guiding students and their families through all stages of the college search and admission process. The Masters School uses a three-year, developmental approach to the process which includes self-assessment and forward planning. For sophomores we use one-on-one counseling, with juniors, small group and one-on-one college counseling and with seniors one-on-one counseling. While grounded in the philosophy of the student-centered and student-driven search for “fit,” we work closely with parents as an intrinsic part of the process as well.
As we enter a $100 million capital campaign, the Alumnae/i Engagement team will encourage strong, life-long connections with the School, while shaping the future of our alumnae/i program. Under the leadership of the Director of Development and Engagement Programs, the Alumnae/i Director will identify and mobilize regional leadership, create meaningful programming on and off campus, foster the strategic planning process and growth of a sustainable Alumnae/i Association, and serve as the lead on all communications and engagement activities for our 6,000 diverse and accomplished graduates.
Please contact Kevin Versen, Director of Athletics and Physical Education, at email@example.com.
CITYterm at the Masters School seeks a full time, residential Urban Core teacher to be part of an interdisciplinary teaching team. This position reports to CITYterm’s Director and is a ten-month, paid teaching position that includes housing. Ideally this position will be filled by someone willing to make a three year minimum commitment.