Our students aren't the only ones who love learning.

If you’re looking to be part of a student-centered community helping young people realize their full potential as curious, creative, and responsible citizens, then you’re in the right place. Current openings are listed below, with links to more details for each.

Available Positions

Why work at Greenhills?


Faculty shape our community in and out of the classroom through their engagement in clubs, teams, and advisory. Our faculty team thrives through collaboration, sharing ideas, and mutual support. Every voice contributes, fostering a dynamic and inclusive teaching and learning culture.


As a 6th through 12th grade school, we have the opportunity to create a cohesive learning journey for our students that prioritizes growth, creativity, and deep thinking. With students at the center, we empower our teachers to design meaningful curricula and innovative instructional strategies.


You will be part of a warm, welcoming, and inclusive community with a diverse mix of talented professionals. We believe that people from all races, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, genders, abilities, religions, and sexualities are sources of strength that enrich teaching and learning.


Greenhills is competitive with salaries and benefits, but our faculty and staff often cite the flexibility, professional development, agency, and positive environment as some of the best perks.


Greenhills is located in the vibrant City of Ann Arbor, just down the road from the University of Michigan, providing college-town food, arts, charm, and excitement just 30 minutes from Detroit.

  • Low-cost, high coverage medical insurance
  • Dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
  • Retirement savings, including 7% employer contribution with no match required
  • Relocation expense contribution
  • Paid parental leave for birth, adoption, or foster care
  • Fresh, healthy lunch service at no cost to employees
  • Funding for professional development, including conferences, workshops, education, and training
  • Funding for professional organization membership
  • Tuition remission covering 50% of student tuition cost, with additional tuition assistance available

Professional Development & New Faculty Resources

In August, all new faculty members gather for a three-day orientation program designed to welcome them to our community and introduce them to our school’s student and professional culture. Our orientation centers joy and connection among the new faculty cohort and with our school leaders and mentors. As a cohort, participants actively engage in hands-on programming about teaching and learning, student support, and creating inclusive learning environments. During orientation, we also provide guidance to help new faculty navigate our school’s systems, technology, and procedures.

Throughout their first year at Greenhills, new faculty members engage in monthly workshops about a variety of topics related to pedagogy, grading and assessment, school life, and adolescent development. These workshops create space for the cohort to engage in enriching conversations about their individual classroom practices as well as our school community as a whole. By learning together as a cohort, new faculty members also have the opportunity to build connections, support one another, and grow with a team of educators who share diverse experiences, ideas, and perspectives.

All new faculty members are paired with a mentor to serve as a guide to the professional and student culture of our school community. Mentors provide support and thought partnership throughout the first year and beyond. Mentor pairs observe each other’s classrooms and meet to discuss pedagogy, class culture, and school life. Mentor pairs also engage in events throughout the year to further foster belonging and community connection.

As a community of learners, all Greenhills faculty members engage in a variety of professional learning and growth opportunities. We designed our school schedule to prioritize time for teachers to collaborate and learn together. Once a week, our students begin their school later so that teachers can gather as a full faculty or in smaller teams to discuss issues related to teaching and learning and school life. Additionally, professional development days throughout the year allow for our faculty to come together for deeper exploration of a variety of topics including grades and feedback, curricular innovation, and fostering inclusive, equitable learning environments.

In addition to our in-house professional development programming, all faculty members are encouraged to engage in external professional learning experiences such as attending and/or presenting at conferences and taking courses or participating in workshops. We offer several grants to fully fund these experiences. For example, the Paulus Faculty Growth and Learning Program provides every teacher with an annual grant of $750 to fund their choice of professional and personal learning activities. Additionally, the DeLay Award for Learning and Teaching Innovation endowment supports teachers in designing new courses and curricula.

Our academic department chairs and director of teaching and learning provide one-on-one instructional coaching for all teachers. These school leaders help teachers reflect on their individual practice and support their instructional vision by observing classes, offering constructive feedback, engaging in conversations about teaching and learning, and serving as a thought partner for instructional innovation and experimentation.

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Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in teaching at Greenhills but we aren’t hiring for your skill set at this time, please complete the form at the bottom of this page and we’ll notify you when new positions are posted in those areas.

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Greenhills School is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of any characteristic that is protected by State and Federal law.

Michigan law requires that a person with a disability or handicap requiring accommodations to perform the essential duties of the job must notify the employer in writing within 182 days of the date that the need is known or should have been known. Greenhills School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of age, gender, religion, race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, or national or ancestral origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other School-administered programs, or in the administration of its hiring and employment practices.

Saturday, April 24
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Greenhills is closed for mid-winter break and will return on Tuesday, Feb. 22.