Top Massachusetts Private School Jobs

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Top Private School Jobs (2022-23)

Music Director for Middle/High School Winter/Spring Musical of Newsies
Fontbonne
Posted on Thu., July 28, 2022
Starting date: Thu., December 01, 2022
Expiration date: Thu., December 01, 2022

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: Stipend Position
Education requirements: Prior Music/Theater Experience Required, No degree required
Contact Information: Janine Winters; jwinters@fontbonneboston.org

We are excited to present Newsies as our Winter/Spring musical for 2023. Students will range in grades 7-12 and is expected to be a cast of 30-40+. We are a diverse all-females school with amazing talent. Males are encouraged to audition from outside schools. This person should plan to teach all vocals including groups, duets, and solos. They will also organize and conduct the orchestra pit. Auditions and callbacks are in December. Rehearsals are three days a week from January - March, typically Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays (we can rearrange if necessary) from 3:00-5:30/6:00.

Lead & Assistant Teachers
Kingsley Montessori School
Posted on Wed., July 20, 2022
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Thu., July 20, 2023

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: Commensurate with experience
Education requirements: All levels of education welcome
Contact Information: (617) 226-4900

We''re hiring! Please visit https://www.kingsley.org/about-us/careers to see all open positions.

Upper School Math Teacher Job Summary
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Mon., May 23, 2022
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Tue., August 01, 2023

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $30,000-$50,000
Education requirements: Bachelor's degree in education or related field required; Master's degree preferred.
Contact Information: https://www.southshorechristian.org/apps/form/form.SOUSCA.t0h0fXi.zq; https://4.files.edl.io/b2b1/03/31/22/143858-687e636b-e9d0-48e0-b384-1618aa649d48.pdf

Upper School Math Teacher Job Summary The Upper School Math Teacher helps students to develop increasingly sophisticated and transferable math skills, an agile understanding of math concepts, and a usable appreciation for the ways that math helps people to model and solve real problems. In this Christian school context, the Upper School Math Teacher supports the school`s mission of not only "imparting knowledge" but also "stimulating spiritual growth and developing Christian character in young men and women through a college-preparatory curriculum taught by Christian teachers," by systematically inviting students to consider how the study of mathematics helps us to recognize the order and beauty of God`s creation, and to discover how their growing problem-solving capabilities can be leveraged to advance God`s restorative purposes in many fields of human research and endeavor. Though the specific course assignment will depend upon scheduling needs, the assignment will likely include teaching classes in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and calculus. This is a full-time, salaried teaching position with generous health benefits and standard school vacations. Reports to: Head of School Job Summary: To plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in an elementary or secondary learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Position is typically: Full-time40-hours/week, Exempt-Salaried, Eligible for Benefits. The duties and responsibilities of this position are to be conducted on campus or remotely as needed and/or required, under the direction of the Head of School. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To support the Board of Trustee`s mission statements, statement of faith, teaching positions, and philosophy of the school, and to embody the religious positions of the school in all actions Ensure and maintain congruency between student-related and the classroom activities of the school and its missions statements and philosophy. Implement the Head of School`s (HOS) directives regarding the educational position and approach of the school. Observe professional ethics and confidentiality in dealing with administrators, faculty, parents, students and community. Fulfill the normal work expectations of a teacher which include, but are not limited to: effective teaching and supervision of students, grade or courses assigned; preparing/submitting lesson plans; varied assessments of students; being available to students and conferencing with students and parents; supervising student activities as requested by Administration. Be responsible for the academic growth of his/her students. Develop schemes of work, lesson plans and tests that are in accordance with established procedures. Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities. Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment. Use relevant and approved technology to support and differentiate instruction. Structure learning situations which produces positive effects on student achievement. Create and deliver engaging lessons, with special emphasis on collaborative learning and "hands-on" experiences. Construct learning experiences designed to "stimulate spiritual growth and develop Christian character" in students, in keeping with the SSCA mission statement Integrate Biblical ideas and principles into lessons and classroom experiences Pray with and for students; mentor and disciple students in the Christian faith, formally and informally Work collaboratively to create and implement a program of study that is intellectually challenging. Use curriculum guides, textbooks, technology and materials prescribed by the school. Follow prescribed curriculum, supplementing as necessary. Follow approved pedagogical methods by the school. Use approved pedagogical methods as instructed. Provide appropriate feedback on student work. Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students` varying needs and interests. Design and implement lessons that integrate multidisciplinary content. Communicate regularly with Lead Teacher, Principal, HOS regarding any concerns with students, faculty, staff, or other members of the SSCA community. Maintain good attendance, regularly requesting and reporting any absenteeism (regardless of length) to immediate supervisor. Submit grades and reports, in a timely manner, as required for administrative purposes, parent notification and for student attendance. Prepare required reports on students and activities. Keep all student records and lessons plans current, including posting of assignments and grades in a timely manner as instructed by supervisor. Be responsible for the organization, order, discipline and supervision of the students in his/her class and be jointly responsible, with other staff members, for such supervision at school functions to which teachers are assigned. Maintain a classroom environment with high academic and behavioral expectations by leveraging positive interventions and student relationships. Consistently promote the importance of multiculturalism. Follow all expectations regarding the HOS`s understanding professionalism, including dress code, social media practices, communication protocols, and collegiality. Maintain frequent contact with SSCA parents / guardians. Cooperate with and participate fully in the school`s religious activities. Implement SSCA policies and procedures. Publicly support SSCA policies and procedures. Maintain continual affirmation of SSCA faith statements and teaching positions. Other Duties: Fulfill assigned extracurricular duties during and outside of school hours. This may include yard supervision, moderator of special activities or student organizations. Support the Admissions and Development functions as instructed, including but not limited to: attendance at admissions events, hosting of "shadow students," evaluation of prospective students, and active promotion of the school. Complete any professional development expectations required by HOS or LeadTeacher Encourage parent and community involvement. Obtain information for parents / guardians when requested and as appropriate, including promptly returning phone calls and answering emails. Proctor examinations, study halls, homerooms, lunch periods, recess, student arrival / departure and other student events as needed or requested. Attend and oversee student field-trips, including overnight trips. Advise and mentor students as directed (including formal and informal advising). Advise student Capstone projects (if instructed). Assist and attend major school events. Attend and participate in all faculty meetings and training. Read and be familiar with all policies and procedures. Perform and such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by HOS or Principal. Minimum Requirements Must affirm Statement of Faith and Teaching Positions. Bachelor''''s degree in education or related field required; Master''''s degree preferred. At least two years of teaching experience is preferred. Experience in understanding-based pedagogies preferred. Must exhibit a high degree of cultural competency to contribute within a multi-racial, multi-denominational environment. Must exhibit competency in the use of technology in an educational context, including word and data processing, distance learning tools, student management platforms, and other applications useful for teaching and learning. Must demonstrate competency with basic word processing, data processing, learning management system, and internet functions, as well as all applications used in the regular functioning of the school. Required to move about campus regularly, including navigating stairs. Regularly required to sit, stand, talk, hear, see, and lift loads of 30 lbs. Some evenings and weekends are required. Must be able to perform all job functions, or modified functions, remotely if required or deemed necessary by the Head of School. Minimal travel requirements. SSCA conducts background checks and employment authorizations. This position will begin in August 2022. Please go to www.southshorechristian.org/facultyapplication/ to further apply for this position.

Substitute Teacher - Plymouth (Duxbury)
Bay Farm Montessori Academy
Posted on Fri., November 12, 2021
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., November 12, 2022

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: $20/hour
Education requirements: Prior experience in an educational environment preferred;
Contact Information: Employment@bfarm.org

Bay Farm is seeking individuals who are able to serve as substitute teachers on an irregular basis. Skills in interpersonal relations with students, parents, teachers, and staff are necessary. Montessori-trained teachers or those interested in being trained as Montessori teachers are encouraged to apply. Montessori experience is not required, but experience working with children is necessary. Previous substitute teaching experience is preferred. Bay Farm Montessori Academy is a private Montessori school located in Duxbury, MA that serves children ages 12 months in our Toddler House through grade 8 in our Middle School. We strive to provide education inspired by joy, purpose, and compassion. Job Types: Part-time, Temporary Pay: $20.00 Requirements: - Prior experience in an educational environment preferred; - Prior substituting experience preferred; - Must be willing to undergo fingerprint/background check per school regulatory requirements; - Must have or be willing to complete (paid by school) CPR/First Aid training;

Van Driver - Essex (Rowley)
Clark School
Posted on Mon., November 08, 2021
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Tue., November 08, 2022

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: $18 per hour
Education requirements: N/A
Contact Information: Jessica Felizardo; (978) 777-4699 Ext. 124; jessicaf@clarkschool.com

We are searching for a reliable, caring person for a part-time, split-shift position transporting our students to and from school. Up to 20 hours per week during a typical school week; we pay on allocated holidays and snow days. Position begins in mid-August and is contracted through the end of the school year. This position reports to the Director of Facilities. Qualified Applicants: A valid Class-D driver`s license for the last three years with a satisfactory driving record Be at least 21 years of age Professional driving experience Duties and Responsibilities (may include but are not limited to): Pick up students from each of two bus stops every morning and reverse the route in the afternoon every weekday when School is in session. Routine upkeep of School vehicles; including but not limited to refueling, basic operational checks, and maintaining interior cleanliness. Communicate clearly with School administrators to facilitate timely pick-ups and drop-offs and to manage students in the vehicle. Be sensitive to the needs of people, especially students and their parents, and show a pleasant disposition to all people in all situations. Adhere to all policies and procedures listed in the School`s Employee Handbook. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to pass a CORI and fingerprint check Ability to pass a pre-employment physical and vision examination, which includes drug and alcohol testing Fluency in English and be able to work both independently and as part of a team Commitment to the philosophy and goals of the School Patience and display willingness to work with students and their parents Possess and utilize skills in the areas of leadership, crisis management, organization, and verbal communication Excellent attendance and punctuality Specific Training/Skills: Knowledge of State and Federal driving rules and regulations Working conditions for this position may include regularly being required to stand; walk; drive; use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to quickly adjust vision. All employees are subject to a fingerprint check and a background investigation, per state law. The Clark School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment. Per Hour Part-Time

Grade 3-4 Teacher  - Essex (Rowley)
Clark School
Posted on Mon., November 08, 2021
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Tue., November 08, 2022

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: Negotiable Salary
Education requirements: Bachelor's degree or higher in Education or related field
Contact Information: Jessica Felizardo ; (978) 777-4699 Ext. 124; jessicaf@clarkschool.com

We are searching for a full-time classroom teacher, whose responsibilities would include teaching grades 3-4. Candidates should have experience delivering content across the curriculum, including (but not limited to) Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and Science. The ideal candidate will be able to provide meaningful and creative instruction to a diverse group of students in a hands-on, experiential learning environment. The ability to provide lessons using differentiated instruction is a must. The candidate must be flexible and enjoy teaching. Experience and willingness to work as part of a team is required and is essential to the success of this position. This position reports to the K-8 Team Lead. Qualified Applicants: Have an earned Bachelor`s degree or higher in Education or a related field and have experience with students grades 3-4. A minimum of three years successful experience with age group Successful experience working as part of a team Duties and Responsibilities (may include but are not limited to): Provide meaningful and creative instruction to a diverse group of students in a hands-on, experiential learning environment Ability to adapt curriculum to the needs of students and to accommodate circumstances where a variety of projects are being worked on simultaneously Significant use of technology while delivering the curriculum and content, including (but not limited to): Use of the Google Suite across multiple devices Use of Student Information System (Alma) in conjunction with Google Classroom Respect and value individual differences and diversity; model non-discriminatory practices in all activities Evaluate academic and social growth of students and keep appropriate records while communicating with team teachers, students and parents on student progress Maintain standards of student behavior for a positive and productive learning environment Collaborate with peers to develop curriculum, plan activities, and monitor student progress Work with a team of educators to create a positive learning environment Adhere to policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to work with other content area teachers to maintain and order materials Flexibility in all areas including (but not limited to): Content delivery methods Assessment methods Coursework requirements as applied to individual students on a case by case basis Working with other teachers to provide curriculum connections appropriate for both grade level and ability level. Specific Training/Skills: Google Level 1 Educator certification A Massachusetts teaching certificate is a plus, but not required. All employees are subject to a fingerprint check and a background investigation, per state law. Working conditions for this position may include standing, sitting, bending, lifting, being outside in cold or hot weather. The Clark School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment. Salary - Per Year Shift Type - Full-Time

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