We aggressively seek applications from candidates who will promote our commitment to hiring diverse faculty members who are eager to live among and teach young men and women from all over the world. Co-educational and fully residential, St. Paul's School offers an educational experience that extends well beyond the classroom, as faculty members serve as advisers, coaches, mentors, and friends.
We are currently seeking applicants for the following opportunities:
Opportunities exist for coaches in the following areas: Wrestling, Football, Track, Tennis and Squash. Coaching positions at St. Paul’s require the ability to teach in an area of academic study. Special consideration will be offered to teachers who have experience coaching these sports.
Although we may not have immediate opportunities for other faculty members to join our community at this time, we welcome you to submit your materials for future consideration. Please complete our online application
or send your materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
From time to time, we are in need of substitute teachers for as little as one week to as long as a 10-week term. If you are interested in being a substitute teacher for any one of our academic divisions listed below, please complete the online faculty application
or submit your resume to email@example.com
. We will contact you in the event of an opening.
Click on the links below for a general description of each of our major faculty departments.
Members of the St. Paul's School staff are an integral part of the community, supporting the needs of the School's 500 students and 100 faculty members. The School offers a competitive benefits package, including health insurance, and an excellent retirement plan.
|FT Dining Room Pantry Worker |
Full time 40 hours, 42 weeks per year. Normal schedule will be Sunday through Thursday with variable morning and evening shifts (TBD). Schedule subject to change based on the needs of the School. Must be able to pass ServSafe exam within 6 months of being on our payroll. Food service experience preferred.
|Human Resource Assistant |
We seek a full-time Human Resource Assistant to help us manage a fast-paced, full-year HR department. The HR Assistant will provide general administrative support, recruit for non-exempt positions, and assist in developing and enhancing the department’s efforts. Individual MUST be very detail oriented and be able to work independently. Hours of work are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a half hour lunch, 37.5 hours per week.
|Admission Visit Coordinator|
Non-exempt, full-time, academic-year position with a schedule of:
September - end of January: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. & Saturday 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (37.5 hours/week)
*when school is not in session, Saturday work may not be required
February - end of May: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (37.5 hours/week)
7/27/2014: We have completed all hires for the 2014-15 school year. We will begin considering applications for the 2015-16 school year after January 1, 2015.
In the fall of 2012, St. Paul's and six other schools began a partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, creating the Penn Residency Master's in Teaching program (PRMT). Teaching Fellows will participate in the program for two years, with work in two summers, one week each, at Penn, online work with the entire cohort of 20-25 fellows from all the schools, one weekend a term at one of the consortium schools with the Penn faculty, and course work with a mentor at St. Paul's, as well as the regular work of Teaching Fellows on the School's faculty. After two years the Fellows will earn a MSEd from Penn and have two years teaching experience.
The regular workload for a Teaching Fellow at St. Paul's for the full year is to live in a dorm, be part of all aspects of the residential life of the School, and usually coach (or assist) an interscholastic team. In the Fall Term of their first year the Fellows generally sit in on classes but do not teach on their own. In the Winter Term they start to teach on their own, but with the support and guidance of their mentor. In the spring they generally teach one or two classes on their own. In the second year, Fellows will teach two classes every term.
One goal of the PRMT is to broaden the population of educators prepared to teach in boarding schools by welcoming more diverse candidates.
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