Top Oregon Private School Jobs

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Top Private School Jobs (2021)

2021-22 Elementary Teacher Position
Agia Sophia Academy - Beaverton - OR
Posted on Thu., April 01, 2021
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 30,000-40,000
Education requirements: bachelors'
Starting date: Wed., August 25, 2021
Expiration date: Wed., June 01, 2022
Contact: jobs@asapdx.org

Agia Sophia Academy is looking for an Elementary Teacher who is a passionate educator, committed Christian, and is interested in teaching in a caring, holistic environment. Our blended-grade class sizes are small, the curriculum is hands-on and integrated, and our staff is dedicated and collaborative. This is a full-time position with competitive private school salary & benefits dependent upon education and experience. TO APPLY: Send a letter of interest, a resume, two letters of recommendation, and a completed application (available at www.asapdx.org/about-us/employment) to Jobs@asapdx.org or mail to: Personnel Subcommittee, Agia Sophia Academy, 14485 SW Walker Road, Beaverton, OR 97006

Afternoon Daycare Provider
La Grande Adventist Christian School - La Grande - OR
Posted on Tue., September 01, 2020
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $12/hour
Education requirements: CPR, Food Handler's Certification, Previous experience desired
Expiration date: Wed., September 01, 2021
Contact: Alynn Jones; (541) 963-6390; littlefriends1@gmail.com

Afternoon Daycare provider Monday-Friday for preschool-grade school aged children. Hours would be from 11am-5:30pm, with some possible variation. Have or able to obtain Food Handler and CPR certification.

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