Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Posted June 15, 2017

Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher, Tehiyah Day School

Tehiyah Day School is an independent Bridge Kindergarten through 8th grade Jewish community school nestled in the El Cerrito hills. We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, phenomenal teacher. Must be a team player, who is interested in helping a school re-launch into a new progressive model of education, deeply rooted in Jewish values. Experience with Project Based Learning, Social-Emotional Learning and Inquiry-Based Teaching a big plus.

Please send your cover letter and resume to dmassey@tehiyah.org

Posted June 13, 2017

Physical Education Teacher, Presidio Knolls School, SF

Presidio Knolls School is seeking a dynamic and experienced Physical Education Teacher. Physical Education Teacher will partner with the current Physical Education Teacher to provide an engaging PE program to our PS-5 students. We are looking for a passionate, committed educator with a strong background in teaching PE to preschoolers and the youngest elementary students. Candidates should be well versed in progressive pedagogical approaches to instruction and comfortable working in collaborative environments. This is a full time position. Please see full job description here.

Posted June 1, 2017

Classroom Teacher, Lower School, Charles Armstrong School

 

Charles Armstrong School serves high potential students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, empowering them to thrive as learners in school and life. Our faculty, staff, board and community are dedicated to our mission and the values of Charles Armstrong School. Currently Charles Armstrong School is looking for Lower and Middle School Teachers with extraordinary vision: to inspire, guide and teach students with language based learning differences so that they can meet their full academic and emotional potential.
Position description:
Teacher will work in conjunction with a credentialed teacher, in a co-teaching model, to create an educational setting where students have the opportunity to fulfill their cognitive and social/emotional potential. Candidates will possess a knowledge base and passion for teaching students with language based learning differences. Teacher will be responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program that will capitalize on student strengths and result in students achieving academic success in accordance with Charles Armstrong methodology and mission.
For primary responsibilities, required experience and skills, see full job posting: www.charlesarmstrong.org
Direct resumes to:
Jessica R Miller, Head of School
jmiller@charlesarmstrong.org
(650) 592-7570
Charles Armstrong School
1405 Solana Drive, Belmont, CA 94002

 

Part-time Summer Program Dance Instructor, The Partners Program at College PrepThe ideal candidate has experience teaching middle school students in various dance styles including hip hop, jazz, modern and creative movement. In keeping with the mission of Partners, a successful candidate will foster a safe learning environment that promotes individuality, equity, and cultural competency.

Important program dates:

Professional Development Week: June 12-June 16
Summer Academy Orientation Day: June 17
Summer Classes: June 19-July 14 (OFF July 3 and July 4 for Independence Day holiday)
Graduation Day 2017: July 152 Dance classes per day (45 minutes per class):
• 12-15 students per section
• 2-3 Assistant Teachers per class to support Dance Instructor
For more details about The Partners Program: www.college-prep.org/partners
For more information, contact:
Samuel F. Beltran, Director of The Partners Program
Samuel@college-prep.org
(510) 652-0111, x260

 

Summer Academy Math Instructor, The Partners Program at College Prep
The ideal candidate has experience teaching middle school students in the following Math
topics, among others: Integers; Fractions and their applications; Decimals and percent; Exponents and square roots (scientific notation); Literals and equations; Geometric measurement and coordinate geometry; Data analysis, probability and statistics. In keeping with the mission of Partners, a successful candidate will foster a safe learning environment that promotes individuality, equity, and cultural competency.Important program dates:
Professional Development Week: June 12-June 16
Summer Academy Orientation Day: June 17
Summer Classes: June 19-July 14 (OFF July 3 and July 4 for Independence Day holiday)
Graduation Day 2017: July 153 classes per day (45 minutes per class):
• Approx. 10 students per section
• 2-3 Assistant Teachers per class to support instructor
For more details about The Partners Program: www.college-prep.org/partners
For more information, contact:
Samuel F. Beltran, Director of The Partners Program
Samuel@college-prep.org
(510) 652-0111, x260

 

Half Co-Teaching, Half Lead Kindergarten Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Richmond)
In the mornings, this teacher would co-teach with our amazing Instructional Coach and in the afternoons, teach on his/her own. We are open to accepting an intern teacher for this role; this is an amazing spot to be developed and get daily coaching and development from an exceptional and very experienced educator.

 

First Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Richmond)

 

Kindergarten Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

3rd Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

4th Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

Lower School Coding Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

Contact: Maggie Goldstein Cooper – maggie@caliberschools.org

 

Posted May 23, 2017

 

Math Teacher (Grades 4-8), Pacific Boychoir Academy

The ideal candidate for the position of PBA’s Math teacher will have:● substantial experience teaching boys in the 9-14 age group● mastery of Grades 4-8 curricula in Math, preferably with the ability to teach Singapore Math● the ability to engage and inspire boys in the classroom● the ability to provide differentiated instruction● the ability to nurture and mentor young boys

● an imaginative and flexible approach to teaching

● awareness of the particular educational needs of boys

● appreciation of the role of music in education

● excellent communication skills and openness to diverse perspectives

● the ability to meet deadlines and work in a team

The Pacific Boychoir Academy provides a unique developmental experience for boys, through a combination of academics, music, and international performance. PBA is a Grades 4-8 school with class sizes restricted to about 15 boys per grade. Every boy at the school is a member of PBA’s world-renowned choirs. In addition to being a thriving school, PBA is a Grammy-winning performance program and an after-school choral program for boys from preschool through high school. PBA is non-denominational, inclusive, and focused on excellence: “Where achieving the extraordinary becomes a way of life.”http://www.pacificboychoir.orgPBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Compensation is DOE. The starting date is flexible but preferably no later than August 1, 2017.Please send a letter of interest and a current resume via email to jobs@pacificboychoiracademy.org by Friday, May 26, 2017.
Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher, Tehiyah Day School

Tehiyah Day School is an independent Bridge Kindergarten through 8th grade Jewish community school nestled in the El Cerrito hills. We are committed to

  • Awakening intellectual curiosity and a strong sense of Jewish identity

  • Building a culture of thoughtfulness and ethical behavior

  • Connecting learners to the community, the world, and their best selves.

Tehiyah Day School is now hiring a Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher. We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, phenomenal teacher. Must be a team player, who is interested in helping a school re-launch into a new progressive model of education, deeply rooted in Jewish values. Experience with Project Based Learning, Social-Emotional Learning and Inquiry-Based Teaching a big plus.

Our school’s dynamic academic program is enriched by the visual and performing arts, athletics, technology, and an after-school program. Tehiyah promotes a strong sense of community and spirit. Together we build a school that is nurturing, inclusive, and diverse. We prepare our students to make the world around them a more compassionate, just, and peaceful place.

Please send your cover letter and resume to jobs@tehiyah.org

Posted May 18, 2017

Multiple Positions, German International School of Silicon Valley
Elementary English Teacher (Bilingual Program)
Spanish Teacher
Music Teacher
IT Teacher (Middle School)
 Positions are part time but could potentially also be full time.
We offer a supportive and inspiring international environment with competitive salaries.
More information can be found at:
Inquiries should be send to Anja Friebe, HR at afriebe@gissv.org

Posted May 2, 2017

Middle School Mathematics, The Academy (Berkeley)

The Academy is a unique independent school in Berkeley, California with an advanced academic curriculum. The Academy’s mission is to develop thoughtful, ambitious and deep learners. We are seeking a passionate educator to lead our middle school mathematics program, with an opportunity to improve the mathematics program across the school. The position can be crafted as 60% time or full-time. Read job description here: TheAcademy – MathEducator.

Learning Specialist – Synergy School
Synergy School is a progressive, independent K-8 school with a commitment to diversity and social justice. It is a teachers’ cooperative, in which teachers are co-directors of the school and guide policy as members of the Board of Trustees.We are looking for a learning specialist to work with our teachers to provide accommodations for a broad spectrum of learners.To read more, go to www.synergyschool.org
Humanities Teacher (5/6) & Lead Classroom Teacher (3/4) – The Crestmont School
Please read Crestmont School job descriptions here and here.
Summer Job Opportunities – Adventures in Writing Camp
Drawing from music, technology, art, and theater, Adventures in Writing Camp inspires reluctant writers and delights those that already have “the bug.” Elementary-aged campers become authors by publishing their own eBook, and middle school students create blogs.
Teaching at camp requires a two-week commitment and we have positions available for both credentialed/experienced teachers as well as college-students who are interested in working with children. We will provide staff with training, lesson plans, writing-inspired songs, student materials, support and a very fun summer!
For more information visit: https://www.aiwcamp.com/join-our-team/

First Grade Teacher – Alta Vista School (SF)

Alta Vista School in San Francisco seeks a dynamic, experienced, student-focused first grade teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates will demonstrate expertise in best practices and have the ability to work in a collaborative and creative environment. With an exceptionally strong understanding of development across all levels of proficiency, he/she will employ effective teaching of mathematics, science, reading, writing, and humanities (including social-emotional learning) through an array of modalities, resources, and techniques. Responsibilities:

 • Design and deliver innovative curriculum and instruction • Collaborate and plan with co-teacher to implement integrated learning across curricular areas

• Communicate and work with colleagues, administration, and families to provide differentiated instruction, aligned with the varying and diverse needs of students

• Offer students creative opportunities for problem-solving, flexible thinking, and conceptual understanding across content areas

 • Utilize technology to expand learning opportunities

• Hold parent-teacher conferences to discuss student progress and goals towards academic, social, and emotional success

• Write student progress reports each trimester with a growth-focused mindset

Required skills, experience and knowledge:

 • 3+ years as an elementary classroom teacher

 • Depth of knowledge in evidence-based instructional practices

 • Demonstrated skill in developing curriculum and sequencing for learning

• Experience with informal and formal assessments (ex. Teachers College Assessments, Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System, Words Their Way, Developing Writer’s Assessment, Kathy Richardson Assessments)

 • Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills enabling information-sharing and the development of collaborative relationships

• Demonstrate a high degree of flexibility, organization, and reliability • Regularly attend professional development related to content and pedagogy to stay current with research and best practices

Contact: Melissa Carboni 415-467-3700

Length of Work Year: August 2017 – June 2018

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Posted April 19, 2017

Lower School English Teacher – Chinese American School, SF

Join the vibrant community at the Chinese American International School’s Lower School campus as a Lower School English Teacher. This is an english language position – no Chinese language proficiency required. Become part of a team striving to be the world’s most innovative, inspiring, and influential Chinese English dual-language immersion school. Please see full job description and visit our website https://www.cais.org/about-us/employment.

Posted April 10, 2017

Lead Collaborators (Teachers) K-6 and High School Humanities – Brightworks

About this Job

Brightworks has been named among the world’s most innovative schools, whose students are known for their high level of agency and self directed learning. We are a project based, integrated learning school and we believe that “Everything is Interesting” Check us out here www.sfbrightworks.org

We are currently interviewing teachers for Kindergarten and First Grade positions as well as middle school positions. We are also in search of a High School Humanities teacher. If you are creative, collaborative and want to create your own curriculums to suit the needs of your students, Brightworks may be the place for you!

About Brightworks We are the school that says “yes” because everything is interesting! We are a K-12 school in San Francisco named among the top most innovative schools in the world! Check out our website for more information.

Location: San Francisco, CA 94110

Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits packages

The Ideal Candidates:

• Hold or are working towards CA Clear Teaching Credential

• Enjoy working in a small collaborative learning environments

• Are creative and innovative curriculum planners

• Believe that students are capable and confident

• Have experience with learner led curriculum

• Are life long learners themselves

If interested please email cover letter and resume to Liz@sfbrightworks.org

Posted April 6, 2017

Fifth Grade Lead Teacher – Brandeis Marin

Mission:​ With an uncompromising commitment to exceptional academics and universal Jewish values, we ignite a passion for learning that propels our students to become caring and engaged global citizens.We are currently seeking a new 5​th Grade Teacher who is inspired by our mission and eager to master a variety of responsibilities.

Essential Responsibilities:

● Working in partnership with other grade level teachers in planning and teaching a challenging course of study in a developmentally appropriate manner, with an emphasis on differentiating instruction and using assessments effectively.

● Engaging children in project based learning

● Creating an inclusive classroom environment through regular class meetings, supportive exchanges with students and clear expectations for community behavior.

● Teaching all core academics subjects, including: Singapore Math, TCI Social Studies, language arts (including Lucy Calkins writers workshop and literature curriculum that is integrated with Social Studies), and science (including FOSS).

● Creating a positive classroom environment in which students are supported and nurtured both academically and socially

● Collaborating with teachers and specialists to provide a rich, integrated learning experience, including curriculum development, field trips and special projects

● Working and communicating effectively with parents in formal and informal conferences, written reports and class newsletters.

● Supporting and following the school policies

● Being a positive and contributing member of the professional community.

Qualifications:

● B.A. degree and teaching credential ● At least three years of prior experience as a lead classroom teacher is preferred

● Collaborative work ethic ● Good sense of humor and warm demeanor

Details: The school offers competitive compensation based on prior experience, education and position requirements. Medical, dental, Life and long­term disability and retirement benefits are provided. More information about the school can be found on our website at www.brandeismarin.org

Instructions for applying: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: jobs@brandeismarin.org.Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required.

Multiple Positions – Camp Phoenix (Newark, CA)

Imagine picking ripe thimble berries on the trail to your classroom, which happens to be the inside of a tipi. And your curriculum? Reading The Hatchet and teaching students to safely build a fire…then, discussing how it must have felt for the main character to try to create fire without anyone to teach him, all alone. “Thank goodness we’re not alone–we have community!” Annndd open your eyes. You were at Camp Phoenix!

Camp Phoenix is a nonprofit organization that empowers low-income youth to overcome the summer opportunity gap through a 3-week, overnight program that blends rigorous academics with traditional summer camp. 85% of Camp Phoenix campers’ families make less than $35,000 per year, and 100% qualify for free or reduced lunch. Camper Melanie “Rose” Robles says: “My self-esteem is higher. Whenever anyone says anything or I feel bad about myself in the future, I can look back here, and I’ll feel better. I feel like a better, important person in the world, and I love it.”

We’re looking for..

  • Brain Feeders – take your classroom to the outdoors and provide morning instruction in math, science, or reading for campers each morning.
  • Achievement Director – do you have experience coaching teachers? Drive the strategy for academic achievement at camp.
  • Head Counselors- work on a team to manage and coach our college-aged counselors to be the best mentors they can be for kids

Learn more and apply here: http://thecampphoenix.org/jobs.htm

Reach out to jacqueline@campphoenix.org for questions!

Posted March 31, 2017

First/Second Co-Teaching Position – Helios School

Helios School is an innovative, independent school community for gifted children in grades K-8 in Sunnyvale, CA. Please explore our website at http://www.heliosns.org/ and feel free to contact us with questions!

We are seeking flexible, high-caliber educators who have:

  • A background in one or more of the following:
    • Project-based, progressive, or constructivist schools
    • Expeditionary Learning
    • Experiential education
    • In-depth theme-based teaching
  • Experience in teaching reading, writing, and social studies analysis skills within a workshop format
  • Experience in teaching science classes
  • An openness to teaching math

Additionally, all Helios teachers model:

  • Experience and knowledge promoting literacy and inquiry across disciplines
  • A practice of lifelong learning and continual professional development
  • A desire to work collaboratively with colleagues
  • A commitment to meet the needs of gifted children in an authentic and developmentally appropriate learning environment
  • A flexible demeanor, combined with a commitment fostering a nurturing, creative and experiential environment that reinforces academic skills
  • Ability to motivate and challenge students while maintaining a focused, orderly environment
  • Ability to use an interactive, hands-on, project-based approach while promoting self-discovery and critical thinking
  • Ability and interest to design and implement theme-based curriculum that engages children and young adolescents
  • A positive, passionate attitude with demonstrated professionalism, responsibility, and work ethic

Requirements:

  • At least 3 years teaching experience in primary grades
  • At least a BA/BS in a related field.
  • A strong understanding of gifted learners or willingness to learn.
  • Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills with children and adults.

Compensation: Benefits and competitive salary commensurate with education and experience.

Please submit a resume with a short cover letter expressing why you are seeking this position. Please include a brief description of your educational approach. Send to: careers@heliosns.org

Summer School Lead Teacher – Head-Royce School

The Head-Royce Lower School Summer Program is looking for experienced, motivated teachers to work in our academic enrichment summer program. The program is rising kindergarten through rising 5th grade. The morning time is spent in a traditional classroom, and the afternoon is spent playing sports, making music, and creating art. That morning time also includes a daily swim lesson, recess, and occasional specialist classes (technology, library, science, etc.)

The program lasts six weeks, from June 19th through July 28th. There is also a teacher training on Friday, June 16th. Teachers only work the morning, from 8am until 12noon. The stipend for a full six week commitment is $3,500 for first year teachers, with higher salaries available for returning teachers. We are a large program, with 21 sections, and almost all are taught by returning faculty. However, we have a handful of openings for the 2017 summer. If you’re available and interested in teaching one of the following classes, please send a resume via email to rturner@headroyce.org no later than Friday, April 15th.

  • Rising 1st grade
  • Rising 2nd grade
  • Rising 3rd grade
  • Rising 3rd grade (last three weeks only, 7/10-7/28)
  • Rising 5th grade (last three weeks only, 7/10-7/28)

K-2 Technology Specialist (Using 1-1 iPads with multiple K-2 classes) – Head-Royce School

Please follow this link to our website and read about our fun, enriching summer program. We are looking for an experienced teacher and tech whiz to teach iPad use and specific apps to classes of kindergarteners, 1st graders, and 2nd graders.

  • Deliver class sets of iPads to homeroom classrooms for instructional purposes.
  • Teach and monitor the use of educational apps and iPad activities to groups of ~20 students in their homeroom setting.
  • Perform routine maintenance on mobile devices as necessary.
  • Keep additional class sets of iPads secure and available for homeroom teacher use.
  • Maintain mobile device inventory and security.

This is a MORNING position. Your responsibilities will last from 8am – 12noon daily for six weeks, from Monday, June 19th through Friday, July 28th. There is a teacher orientation and information day on Friday, June 16th.

Informal Job Description: Basically, your role would be to visit homeroom K-2 classrooms for 40 minute sessions, bringing a set of 20 iPads. You will have a dedicated counselor to assist you at all times. During the time you will: teach a new iPad device tip/trick/skill (~5 minutes), introduce a new app or two (~5 minutes), observe and monitor student iPad use (~25 minutes), and facilitate cleanup of the devices (~5 minutes). We have a lot of great educational apps available on our school devices for you to use, and we will have the ability to download any additional FREE apps that you request, but we won’t have the budget to download new paid apps. You would do this once a week in each K-2 class, which keeps you pretty busy from 8:30-12:00.

 If you are interested in this position, please email Dean of Students Rasheeda Turner (rturner@headroyce.org) and attach your resume no later than Friday, April 15th. In your email, please indicate that you are specifically interested in the K-2 Technology Teacher position. Good luck, and thank you for considering our program!

Heads Up Summer Faculty – Head-Royce School

Heads Up Faculty teach four academic classes and are responsible for writing student evaluations at the end of the summer. Faculty members also provide guidance and support for an assigned classroom intern. Candidates should possess a deep knowledge in one of the following content fields: mathematics, science or humanities/language arts. Additionally, a successful candidate has experience with integrating technology and meaningful assessments into their curriculum. Faculty should also be approachable, enthusiastic and committed to serving high-potential students of color from Oakland.

 All candidates must posses a minimum of two years classroom experience in a middle or high school setting. At minimum, BA degree required. All candidates for this position must have current first aid and CPR certification by the first day of the program. Candidates should also possess strong interpersonal communication skills and an ability to relate with people from a variety of educational, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Knowledge of child development, learning styles, curriculum design a plus. Other essential qualities important to the position are the ability to be professional, fun, caring and energetic when necessary.

Compensation: $5,000 – $5,800  Location: Oakland, California  Travel: Light

Employment Range: June 19 – July 28, 2017; Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Website: www.headroyce.org/headsup

Interested candidates are asked to complete an online application and submit a letter of interest and current resume to dmoore@headoyce.org with the subject line “Heads Up Summer Faculty.”

Heads Up Summer Intern Teacher – Head-Royce School

Summer Intern Teachers play an integral role in shaping the experience for Heads Up students. Interns should have some experience in working with young people and a committed interest in education or youth development work. Interns should also possess a strong knowledge and background in one of the following content fields: mathematics, science, humanities or language arts. Additionally, a successful candidate has experience in facilitating fun and engaging activities for students. Interns should be approachable, flexible, enthusiastic and committed to serving students with high-potential who come from varying backgrounds in Oakland. In addition to supporting classroom teachers, interns will also be responsible for planning weekly workshops that engage students in non-content based learning.

All candidates should be in possession of or working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree. Candidates should have degree or in pursuit of a degree related to education or youth-development work. All candidates for this position must have current first aid and CPR certification by the first day of the program. Candidates should also possess strong interpersonal communication skills and an ability to relate with people from a variety of educational, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.

Compensation: $3,600 – $4,200  Location: Oakland, California  Travel: Light

Employment Range: June 14 – July 28, 2017; Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Website: www.headroyce.org/headsup

Interested candidates are asked to complete an online application and submit a letter of interest and current resume to dmoore@headoyce.org with the subject line “Heads Up Intern Teacher.”

 

Posted March 15, 2017

Lead Teacher (Grade 3) - Convent and Stuart Hall, Schools of the Sacred Heart SF

Stuart Hall for Boys is a division within Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, serving boys in grades K-8. Stuart Hall is seeking an experienced 3rd Grade Lead Teacher who is passionate about engaging, motivating and working with students of this age and who will differentiate instruction to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles. Candidates must be passionate about engaging, motivating and working with boys, as well as compelling educational practitioners who have a depth of knowledge of teaching all core subject areas: Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science. Each Grade 3 classroom has a lead teacher and an associate teacher for approximately 20 students. The ideal candidate will have had experience working collaboratively with and mentoring an associate/assistant teacher. https://www.sacredsf.org/about/careers

Lead Teacher (Grade 5/6 Science) – Convent and Stuart Hall, Schools of the Sacred Heart SF

Stuart Hall for Boys is a division within Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, serving boys in grades K-8. Stuart Hall seeks an experienced Science teacher who is passionate about engaging, motivating and working with boys of this age and who will differentiate instruction to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles. Candidates should be compelling educational practitioners who have a strong science background and are confident in their capacity to create and deliver a dynamic and engaging curriculum. The Grade 5 & 6 science curriculum focuses primarily on the physical sciences (e.g. physics, chemistry, engineering). In addition, the science teacher will be responsible for teaching health to 5th and 6th graders. https://www.sacredsf.org/about/careers

Lead Teachers (Various Grade Levels) – San Francisco Schoolhouse

At the Schoolhouse, we view teachers as lead learners alongside a group of children. A successful Schoolhouse teacher views themselves not as givers of wisdom, but as learners with more experience who have insights to share with fellow learners. We have found that adults who are comfortable serving as models, questioners, reflectors and encouragers (as well as instructors), and who love to collaborate, facilitate, guide, coach and mentor children as they learn and play, are best suited for teaching at the Schoolhouse. Lead teachers at the Schoolhouse team teach in mixed-grade classrooms. For the 2017-18 school-year, we will have two Kindergarten/1st grade classrooms, two 2nd/3rd grade classrooms, and two 4th/5th/6th grade classrooms. As we grow, our middle school will be a 6th/7th/8th grade mixed-grade class. http://www.sfschoolhouse.org/jobs/

Summer Lead Teacher – Aim High

Aim High is the largest academic summer program provider in the Bay Area. Our program combines engaging and challenging academic classes with enriching activities and events that create opportunities for leadership development and community exploration. This is a great opportunity for new teachers who want to gain hands-on experience leading a classroom, planning lessons, and working with other teachers. Lead Teachers (LT) teach core academic classes (Math, Science, Humanities, Issues + Choices) to middle school students. They also lead afternoon activities and write students evaluations at the end of the summer.  LTs are challenged to deliver hands-on curriculum that is relevant and interesting to youth, and that builds skills necessary for success in middle and high school. For full job description and other employment opportunities please see https://www.aimhigh.org/teach-at-aim-high/

Posted March 13, 2017

Lower School Teaching Assistant – Brandeis Marin

Brandeis Marin seeks motivated educators to support our Lower School classrooms. The Teaching Assistant position is ideal for individuals beginning a career in education and/or in a credential or graduate program. For full job description, please see the Brandeis Marin webpage: http://www.brandeismarin.org/about/jobs

K-12 Learning Specialist – Katherine Delmar Burke School

The K-2 Learning Specialist serves on the K-8 Student Support Services team (Learning Specialists and Counselors) to provide appropriate support for faculty, families and students. We are seeking a candidate who is a team player and enjoys working collaboratively. An ideal candidate would also be organized and able to manage multiple projects; a strong listener and communicator, especially when dealing with sensitive topics; flexible and creative in problem solving; and interested in learning and growing as a professional. Please see full job description on our Employment page: https://www.kdbs.org/page/employment

Posted March 8, 2017

Lower School Teaching Intern – Head-Royce School

Please see job description here: LS Intern Job Description

 

4th Grade Head Teacher – The San Francisco School

Please see job description here: 4th Head 2017-18 Job Description

 

Spanish Teacher – The San Francisco School

Please see job description here: MS Spanish 2017-18 Job Description

 

English Tutor – Chinese American International School

CAIS families are looking for private English tutoring to build reading comprehension, vocabulary, and writing skills. Tutoring would take place after school, weekends, and/or during the summer. Interested applicants should contact Grace Huang, Director of Student Services: 415-865-6070 | g_huang@cais.org.

 

Principal, Rheem Elementary School (Moraga)
Please see job description here: Rheem Elementary Principal 2017

 

Posted February 21, 2017

7th Grade Lead Teacher – Marin Preparatory School

Marin Preparatory School is a Spanish-Infused School that promotes the acquisition of Spanish language and an academically rigorous program through a blending of traditional and progressive practices. MPS is seeking a Founding 7th Grade Lead/Teacher who will be responsible for teaching core subjects that may include: English Language Arts, math, social studies, science and Spanish within a departmentalized setting. The teacher will be expected to take the existing curriculum and create exciting lessons that reflect and honor differentiated instruction to meet the needs of students. Please see full job description or contact Jeff Escobar, Head of School to apply. jescabar@marinpreparatory.org or (415) 865-0899.

Summer Instructional Coach, Summerbridge

Summerbridge, located at San Francisco University High School, is seeking to hire instructional coaches to mentor and guide Teaching Fellows this summer in humanities, math, science and co-curricular subjects. To apply you need to submit a resume and cover letter through the UHS Employment Opportunities page. Please see full job description here: Summerbridge Instructional Coach Job Description_2017

Posted February 3, 2017

First Grade Lead Teacher – Prospect Sierra School

Prospect Sierra School, a prominent East Bay independent school, is seeking a full-time First Grade Lead Teacher at the Elementary School campus beginning in August 2017.This position is for a first grade lead teacher​. This teacher will report to the Elementary Division Head and will work in close collaboration with the other first grade lead teacher. This is a full time teaching position. Please see complete job description here.

Posted January 19, 2017

Fifth Grade Teacher (Long-term Maternity Sub) – St. Paul’s Episcopal School

St. Paul’s seeks to fill the Lower School Long Term (Maternity Leave) Substitute Teacher position, with a cheerful, enthusiastic, and dynamic individual. Position Dates: Mid March through June 10, 2017. Email cover letter, resume, and references to: Khadija Fredericks, Director of Lower School, kfredericks@spes.org. See full job description and more information: http://www.spes.org/Employment

Second Grade Language Arts Teacher – Hillcrest School

Email info@ba-tti.org for more information.

Posted January 11, 2017

Classroom Teachers – The Academy of Alameda Elementary School

The Academy is a rigorous learning community where learning is embedded in meaningful real world contexts and where children are deliberately taught to see the connections between home, school, and the world through the lenses of identity, diversity, justice, and action.  AoA Elementary School is a new charter school that opened in August 2015 with kindergarten and first grade.  We are adding a grade each year until we are a K-5 school, at which point we will merge with The Academy’s existing middle school (currently in its sixth year) to be a fully integrated K-8 program.

For the 2017-18 school year, we are accepting applications for classroom teaching positions at each grade level (K-3). Please see our job description for more information: http://aoaelementary.org/teacher.html

Posted January 6, 2017

Third Grade Teacher – Tehiyah Day School

Tehiyah Day School is looking for an experienced, talented and highly professional 3rd grade teacher to begin immediately.

Tehiyah Day School is a small, independent Bridge Kindergarten through 8th grade Jewish community school nestled in the El Cerrito hills. We are committed to

  • Awakening intellectual curiosity and a strong sense of Jewish identity

  • Building a culture of thoughtfulness and ethical behavior

  • Connecting learners to the community, the world, and their best selves.

Our school’s dynamic academic program is enriched by the visual and performing arts, athletics, technology, and an after-school program. Tehiyah promotes a strong sense of community and spirit. Together we build a school that is nurturing, inclusive, and diverse. We prepare our students to make the world around them a more compassionate, just, and peaceful place. Please send your resumes to Debra Massey at: dmassey@tehiyah.org.

Posted January 4, 2017

Director of Learning Services, The Marin School

The Marin School, an independent college-preparatory high school in San Rafael, California, seeks an experienced candidate to work collaboratively in its Learning Services Department to to support a range of learners (Grades 9-12), particularly those with documented learning differences. Please see full job description at: http://www.themarinschool.org/director-of-learning-services