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Employment Opportunities

FULL- & PART-TIME CLASSROOM TEACHER POSITIONS

One of very few independent schools in the area founded to meet the specific needs of children Age 3 through Grade 3, Concord Hill School's small community and highly experienced early childhood faculty enable a strong, nurturing environment where each child is well-known by every member of our faculty and staff.

Concord Hill offers an ideal co-teaching environment with a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio, providing opportunities for collaboration with special subject teachers and excellent professional development opportunities. Our Five Core Values—Knowledge, Character, Respect, Play & Community—guide our dynamic, developmentally appropriate, and innovative academic and social curriculum.

A school where the oldest children escort the youngest to their classrooms each day, and parents are known and welcomed, our early childhood and early elementary experts offer a tremendous first school experience, well preparing young people both academically and socially for success beyond the walls of Concord Hill School.

REQUIREMENTS

•Early childhood / elementary school experience

•Masters degree preferred

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

•Competitive salaries (averaging above 90th percentile in comparison to regional peer schools)

•Medical insurance

•TIAA retirement annuity

•Full tuition remission*

•Life and Long-Term Disability insurance

•HSA and Flexible Spending

•Professional Development Opportunities

HOW TO APPLY

•Interested candidates, please email a cover letter and resume to Nate Dennison, Head of School.


* For classes that are not fully subscribed.

Concord Hill School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry or national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or genetic information in the administration of its hiring, educational policy, admissions, financial aid practices, or other School-administered programs.