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:


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  • Biology Teacher

    St. Paul’s School announces a search for the position of Biology Teacher to begin duties in August 2019. This individual’s primary responsibility will be to teach three or four classes of biology at the secondary level, or, depending on need and qualifications, two or three sections of biology, and one or two of a year-long advanced biology elective in anatomy and physiology. This teacher will be expected to be part of a teaching team collaborating on all aspects of the course with several other teachers. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach other subjects within the science disciplines including chemistry, physics, or engineering.
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  • Mathematics Teacher

    St. Paul’s School announces a search for the position of Mathematics Teacher to begin duties in August 2019. The faculty member’s primary teaching responsibility will be a variety of levels of secondary mathematics within a program beginning at the Algebra 1 level, and continuing through Multivariable Calculus. The successful candidate will have college mathematics coursework and prior teaching experience. As with all positions, St. Paul’s School seeks innovative educators who are eager to participate in the academic, athletic, and co-curricular life of this dynamic residential community working and living with adolescents.
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  • Humanities Teacher

    St. Paul’s School announces a search for the position of Humanities Teacher to begin duties in August 2019. This position requires a desire to embrace the unique Humanities model at St. Paul’s School, which includes a primary focus on the integration of English and History and a secondary focus on other disciplines (religion, philosophy, political science, geography, and others), a background in global studies, and familiarity with classroom technology. The position requires experience in and a commitment to an active learning classroom and backwards design planning. Humanities teachers place a priority on development of skills related to rigorous classroom discussion of course content, scholarly research, writing, and critical reading and reasoning.
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  • Teacher of French

     St. Paul’s School announces a search for the position of Teacher of French to begin duties in August 2019. The LanguageDepartment requires students to no tonly master the mechanics of another language but also to immerse themselves in the arts, traditions, and customs of those who speak it. Under the direction of the faculty – and aided by the multimedia Language Center – students come to understand different ways of thinking and living.The result is a consciousness that is truly global. Extensive offerings are provided in five modern languages – Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish – and in Latin and Greek, taught for beginners through a multitude of courses for advanced students.
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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 facultyrecruitment@sps.edu.
Substitute Teachers: 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 facultyrecruitment@sps.edu. 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.


List of 9 news stories.

  • Administrative Assistant

    St. Paul’s School is seeking an administrative assistant. This is a part-time, school-year, non-exempt staff position with the following weekly schedule: Monday and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The candidate must have flexibility to shift hours and days based on the needs of the departments. This individual will provide administrative and technical support to both our Independent Studies Program (ISP) and our Languages Department.
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  • Grounds Worker

    St. Paul's School is seeking a Grounds Worker. This is a full-time, full-year, staff position.
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  • Engineering/General Lab Technician

    St. Paul's School is seeking an Engineering/General Lab Technician. This is a part-time, academic-year, non-exempt staff position.
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  • Part-time Custodian

    St. Paul's is seeking a Custodian. This is a regular, part-time, full-year staff position with a weekly schedule of 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. This individual will be responsible for performing a variety of building-related custodial and cleaning maintenance tasks.
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  • Alumni Giving & Relations Officer

    St. Paul's School is seeking a dynamic team player to join our Alumni Giving and Relations team. This position contributes directly to the annual fundraising successes of St. Paul's School and requires a collaborative and detail-oriented person who can bring a fresh perspective to our work.
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  • Per Diem Safety Officer

    St. Paul's School is seeking an enthusiastic candidate to provide services to the School community on a per diem basis.
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  • Dish Room Worker

    St. Paul's is seeking a Dish Room Worker. This is a part-time, academic year, staff position.
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  • Dining Room Pantry Worker

    St. Paul's School is seeking a Dining Room Pantry Worker. This is a part-time, academic-year, staff position.
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  • LNA or MA/Housekeeper

    The LNA assists students in all aspects of their stay while they recover from an illness. Working under the guidance of the nursing staff and Medical Director, acts as an integral part of the health center team integrating medical knowledge, patient care, custodial work, and nursing assistance to serve our student population. The focus of this position will be on the inpatient side of the health center, but during quieter times may be called up on by nursing staff to assist with acute visits. During times when school is not in session, the LNA may assist the custodial staff ingeneral upkeep and cleaning of the facility. There are 2 part-time hours available with potential job share. The scheduled hours will be Monday - Friday, 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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The Penn Boarding School Teaching Residency (BSTR) program is a groundbreaking collaboration between the Graduate School of Education of the University of Pennsylvania and a consortium of the nation’s leading boarding schools. With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum designed specifically for the boarding schools’ unique setting, the program provides aspiring teachers a two-year opportunity to receive a Master’s in Science of Education in concert with the exceptional fellowship program offered by St. Paul’s School.
The regular workload for a Teaching Fellow at St. Paul’s is:
  • To be involved with two classes each term.
  • To coach, or assist, an interscholastic team for two terms.
  • To live on campus and be affiliated with a residential house and carry out all the duties and responsibilities of house advisers.
  • To meet with the other BSTR Teaching Fellows once a week and with their mentors, formally, at least that often.
The workload from Penn for the MSEd is:
  • Summer work at Penn for one week each year.
  • Online work with the cohort of Fellows from the other schools.
  • One weekend a term at one of the consortium schools with faculty from the schools and from Penn.
  • Coursework with a mentor at St. Paul’s.
  • Regular reading and writing assignments from the BSTR at the Penn Graduate School of Education.
For more information about the program, please visit www.sps.edu/pennfellows or istr.gse.upenn.edu.


Thank you for your interest, but we have completed our hiring process for the 2018-19 academic year. In October 2018 we will be posting available positions for the 2019-20 academic year.