Greenhills School is an equal opportunity employer.

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.

Upper School Instructor in Spanish

Department:  Department of Modern and Classical Languages
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: Department Chair, Division Heads
Schedule: Full time /academic year schedule
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Rare

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Language Department has an opening for a highly-qualified, collaborative and dynamic teacher who has significant knowledge of Spanish language and foreign language teaching pedagogy. Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student centered educators and role models who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach four or five sections of core courses in Spanish, including upper-level courses and AP Spanish, as needed (involving three or four distinct course preparations); demonstrate versatility and openness to section assignments; demonstrate experience or interest in immersion teaching.
  • Collaborate with department colleagues on pedagogy and curriculum, and to vertically align coursework to provide students with a meaningful scope and sequence throughout their upper school experience.
  • Reflect on instructional practices and seek out opportunities for professional development.
  • Create inclusive and effective classroom environments and provide learning support for students inside and outside of the classroom as needed, including implementing formal accommodations, in consultation with the Greenhills Learning Center.
  • Practice clear, timely, and professional communication with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Attend regular department, faculty, and other meetings.
  • Promote an inclusive working and community environment.
  • Participate in community life through service in Greenhills advising and co-curricular programs, which may include coaching.
  • Serve as a role model in maintaining appropriate standards of care for students and maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Undergraduate degree in Spanish language or studies or education (or a related field) required, graduate work in those disciplines desired. Fluent in Spanish and English.
  • Proven experience with the age group required, teaching experience at the secondary level preferred.
  • The ideal candidate will have substantial expertise in the field and will be:
    • a student-centered educator, skilled in fostering persistent problem solving
    • knowledgeable about adolescents’ intellectual, social, and emotional development and willing to positively greet the challenges and opportunities they present.
    • a professional oral and written communicator,
    • eager to work collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum design, pedagogy, and assessments,
    • versatile and open to diverse teaching assignments within the department.
    • actively involved in school life.
    • comfortable using technology in the classroom.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Office environment.
  • Repetitive motion, use of keyboard.
  • Occasional light lifting and carrying.
  • Regular standing, stooping and walking to various locations on campus.
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Compensation: Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience and education level, and includes lunch when school is in session. Greenhills provides a comprehensive benefit package, which includes a variety of health insurance offerings, dental, vision, life, and short- and long-term disability offerings, HSA/FSA options, and retirement benefits through TIAA-CREF.

Application Information: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with résumé/CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, relevant college and graduate school transcripts, and three references to: E. Quincy McLaughlin, Head of Upper School, and Jeff Allen, Chair of the Modern and Classical Language Department via email at qmclaughlin@greenhillsschool.org and jallen@greenhillsschool.org.  No phone inquiries please.

 

The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

Forensics Coach

Department:  Fine and Performing Arts
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: Department Chair
Schedule: Part time, academic year, will include some evenings and weekends
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Occasional

The Fine and Performing Arts Department has an opening for a qualified and innovative forensics instructor who is deeply knowledgeable and thoughtful about speech, debate, and theater activities for middle and secondary students.

Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student centered educators and role models who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

Position Summary
This Forensics Coach manages the extracurricular programs in the middle and upper school forensic teams, is responsible for the administration and operation of the competitive Individual Events program and for coaching the students in their events, and sponsors an active team as a member of the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association (MIFA). The Forensics coach works closely with the Integrated Public Speaking lead instructor.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Sponsors an active team as a member of the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association.
  2. Recruits new speech team members.
  3. Organizes and publishes a schedule of competition and in-school activities in conjunction with other members of the calendar committee.
  4. Provides individual and group instruction in preparation for tournament competition.
  5. Establishes performance requirements.
  6. Plans and executes school assemblies and evening performances.
  7. Plans and executes attendance with the team at invitationals and MIFA sponsored tournaments.
  8. Manages permission slips, the collection and deposit of activity fees
  9. Organize all coaches who include: staff, high school students, and parent volunteers.
  10. Recruit and train judges; schedule them for tournaments.
  11. Organizes and implements trips to the tournament sites.

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Undergraduate Degree, Speech and Theater training/concentration preferred.
  • Proven experience with the age group required, teaching and/or forensics experience at the middle or secondary level preferred.
  • The ideal candidate will have substantial expertise in the field and will be:
    • a student-centered educator, skilled in fostering persistent problem solving
    • knowledgeable about adolescents’ intellectual, social, and emotional development and willing to positively greet the challenges and opportunities they present.
    • a professional oral and written communicator,
    • eager to work collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum design and pedagogy.

Physical Requirements to perform the essential functions:

  • Office environment.
  • Repetitive motion, use of keyboard.
  • Occasional light lifting and carrying.
  • Regular standing, stooping and walking to various locations on campus.
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

Additional Information:
The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and a completed Greenhills application form to: Jonathan Schwartz, Head of Middle School, and Neil Donato, Fine and Performing Arts Department Chair via email at jschwartz@greenhillsschool.org and ndonato@greenhillsschool.org.  No phone inquiries please.

Application Deadline: We will begin reviewing applications on February 19th and will continue until the position is filled.

Instructor in Math and/or Computer Science, Upper and/or Middle School

Department:  Department of Math and Computer Science
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: Department Chair and Division Heads
Schedule: Full time / academic year, schedule
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Rare

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department has an opening for a highly-qualified and innovative math teacher who is deeply knowledgeable about mathematics and/or computer science. The primary responsibilities include providing appropriate learning environments for students in grades 6 – 12 as they work through the mathematics and computer science curriculum.  Greenhills math and computer science teachers believe in a standards-based, integrated, problem driven approach to teaching and learning math; use appropriate technology (including Desmos, calculators, Geometer’s Sketchpad, statistical software and web-based technologies); and collaborate within the department and with other disciplines to provide real-world experience with problem solving in addition to rigorous experience with the skills necessary for success in mathematics at the college level.  Teachers are expected to be competent with all of the strands of the Mathematics and Computer Science curriculum, including Statistics, the mathematics of Finance, and the basics of coding.

Experience with Computer Science, programming, and Engineering will be particularly useful.  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prepare and deliver lessons appropriate to the subject and developmental needs of students
  • Monitor and report student progress
  • Participate in the fulfillment of department responsibilities
  • Maintain appropriate communications with colleagues, administrators, students and families
  • Maintain curricular records using the Curriculum Map
  • Collaborate with colleagues and support the inclusion of STEM projects and pedagogy in the delivery of content
  • Continue to develop professionally both within the disciplines of Mathematics and Computer Science and as a professional educator

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • B.A. in Mathematics, or a related field required; master’s degree in a relevant field is preferred.
  • Several years of teaching experience, ideally at the middle and/or secondary level, is preferred.
  • The ideal candidate can teach both mathematics and computer science, and has experience or interest in robotics and engineering.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Work is conducted primarily in an office environment / outside environment
  • Operates machinery used in typical school-based engineering or robotics projects
  • May require extended time outside of school for competitions or projects
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

Additional Information:
The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and a completed Greenhills application form to: E. Quincy McLaughlin, Head of Upper School, and Ruth Miller, Math and Computer Science Department Chair via email at qmclaughlin@greenhillsschool.org and rmiller@greenhillsschool.org.  No phone inquiries please.

Application Deadline: We will begin reviewing applications on February 19th and will continue until the position is filled.

Upper School Science Teacher

Department:   Science
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: Science Department Chair
Schedule: Full time, academic year
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Rare

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Science Department anticipates an opening for an innovative science teacher who has a general academic background in the sciences, and a deep knowledge of chemistry and/or biology. Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student-centered educators and role models, who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

The Greenhills School Science faculty guides its students to a working understanding of the unifying concepts of science and of the practices by which scientists learn and discover the physical world.  Our department’s education of students in the sciences reinforces the school’s broader mission of encouraging students to develop their full potential as curious, creative, and responsible citizens who respect all individuals and their differences, and whose meaningful and balanced lives will better the world.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach four sections of core science courses, Chemistry and/or Honors Chemistry; and/or ninth grade Introductory Biology.
  • Participate in advising and co-curricular programs. Typical responsibilities of a full time teacher include coaching and some after school programming, such as advising clubs.
  • Collaborate with department colleagues on pedagogy and curriculum, especially in courses shared between teachers.  Vertically align coursework to provide students with a meaningful scope and sequence throughout their upper school science experience, and with colleagues across departments to create interdisciplinary learning experiences for students.
  • Conduct regular hands-on, inquiry laboratory experiments.
  • Reflect on instructional practices and seek out opportunities for professional development.
  • Create inclusive, effective and curious classroom environments and provide learning support for students inside and outside of the classroom as needed, including implementing formal accommodations, in consultation with the Greenhills Learning Center.
  • Practice clear, timely, and professional communication with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Attend regular department, faculty, and other meetings.
  • Promote an inclusive working and community environment.
  • Serve as a role model in maintaining appropriate standards of care for students and maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Undergraduate degree in a biological field, Chemistry, and/or science education required. Master’s degree in a relevant field is preferred. Undergraduate degree in a biological field and/or science education required, graduate work in those disciplines desired.
  • Proven experience with the age group required, teaching experience at the secondary level preferred.
  • The ideal candidate will come with a passion for biology and/or chemistry and will be:
    • committed to developing both students’ understanding of chemistry and their analytical thinking, problem solving, and writing skills,
    • a student-centered educator, skilled in motivating engaged students,
    • knowledgeable about adolescents’ intellectual, social, and emotional development and willing to positively greet the challenges and opportunities they present.
    • a professional oral and written communicator,
    • eager to work collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum design, pedagogy, and assessments,
    • versatile and open to diverse teaching assignments within the department.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Office environment.
  • Repetitive motion, use of keyboard.
  • Occasional light lifting and carrying.
  • Working with scientific lab equipment and supplies and supervising students in the lab.
  • Regular standing, stooping and walking to various locations on campus.
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Compensation: Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience and education level, and includes lunch when school is in session. Greenhills provides a comprehensive benefit package, which includes a variety of health insurance offerings, dental, vision, life, and short- and long-term disability offerings, HSA/FSA options, and retirement benefits through TIAA.

Application Information: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with résumé/CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, relevant college and graduate school transcripts, and three references to Robert Ause (rause@greenhillsschool.org) and Quincy McLaughlin (qmclaughlin@greenhillsschool.org).

The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

6th Grade English Maternity Substitute Teacher

Greenhills School (Ann Arbor, MI) seeks a dynamic 6th grade maternity substitute English teacher to begin on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 and to continue through the end of the academic year.

Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student-centered educators and role models who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

Candidates will have a genuine interest in working with early adolescents in a grade 6-12 independent school community. The ideal candidates will also possess: an understanding of the academic, social, and developmental needs of the age group; the ability to work closely with students, parents, and colleagues; and an interest in applying best student-centered teaching practices, including the use of technology and innovative pedagogical strategies. These teachers will join a committed team of middle school faculty who work collaboratively to support all students and grade-level activities. Undergraduate study of English and/or English education, graduate work in those disciplines, and proven experience with the age group are all encouraged. Candidates with a background in upper-elementary education will also be considered.

Other contractual responsibilities for this position may include: supervising students in a small group advisory and/or extracurricular activities, chaperoning school events, and general involvement in the life of the school.

Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and a completed Greenhills application form to: Jonathan Schwartz, Head of Middle School, jschwartz@greenhillsschool.org, and Caroline Huntoon, English Department Chair, chuntoon@greenhillsschool.org. No mail or phone inquiries please.

Application Deadline: Position open until filled—please apply right away!

Middle School History Instructor

Department:  History and Social Science
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: History and Social Science Department Chair
Schedule: Full time, academic year
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Rare

POSITION SUMMARY:
The History and Social Science Department has an opening for a qualified and innovative middle school history teacher who is deeply knowledgeable and thoughtful about history and pedagogy.  Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student centered educators and role models who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

Teachers in the Greenhills History and Social Science Department provide students with rich and meaningful learning experiences that inspire them to be lifelong learners and challenge them to take their places as informed, responsible, engaged citizens of their local, national, and global communities.  We strive to help students develop their capacity to:

  • Understand the complexity and interdependence of global events and issues;
  • Value multiple perspectives and demonstrate empathy towards diverse cultures and ways of thinking;
  • Reflect on their own identity and how it shapes their perspectives and experiences;
  • Synthesize historical events across time and place and understand the impact of the past on the present;
  • Engage in critical and creative research of events and issues;
  • Communicate effectively in written and verbal presentations; and
  • Collaborate and participate in meaningful and respectful dialogue with others.

Our department’s study of history and social sciences reinforces the school’s broader mission of encouraging students to develop their full potential as curious, creative, and responsible citizens who respect all individuals and their differences, and whose meaningful and balanced lives will better the world.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach four sections of 6th grade social studies; demonstrate versatility and openness to section assignments.
  • Collaborate with department colleagues on pedagogy and curriculum, and to vertically align coursework to provide students with a meaningful scope and sequence throughout their upper school experience, and with colleagues across departments to create interdisciplinary learning experiences for students.
  • Reflect on instructional practices and seek out opportunities for professional development.
  • Create inclusive and effective classroom environments and provide learning support for students inside and outside of the classroom as needed, including implementing formal accommodations, in consultation with the Greenhills Learning Center.
  • Practice clear, timely, and professional communication with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Attend regular department, faculty, and other meetings.
  • Serve as a role model for others in maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.
  • Promote an inclusive working and community environment.
  • Participate in community life through service in Greenhills advising and co-curricular programs.
  • Serve as a role model in maintaining appropriate standards of care for students and maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Undergraduate degree in history/social studies and/or history/social studies education (or a related field) required, graduate work in those disciplines desired.  
  • Educators with upper elementary and/or middle school teaching experience are encouraged to apply.
  • The ideal candidate will have substantial expertise in the field and will be:
    • committed to developing both students’ understanding of history and their analytical thinking, reading, speaking, and writing skills,
    • a student-centered educator, skilled in fostering persistent problem solving
    • knowledgeable about adolescents’ intellectual, social, and emotional development and willing to positively greet the challenges and opportunities they present.
    • a professional oral and written communicator,
    • eager to work collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum design, pedagogy, and assessments,
    • versatile and open to diverse teaching assignments within the department.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Office environment
  • Repetitive motion, use of keyboard
  • Occasional light lifting and carrying.
  • Regular standing, stooping and walking to various locations on campus.
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Compensation: Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience and education level, and includes lunch when school is in session. Greenhills provides a comprehensive benefit package, which includes a variety of health insurance offerings, dental, vision, life, and short- and long-term disability offerings, HSA/FSA options, and retirement benefits through TIAA-CREF.

Application Information: Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, contact information for three professional references, and a completed Greenhills application form to: Jonathan Schwartz, Head of Middle School, and Jenna Goldenberg, History and Social Science Department Chair via email at jschwartz@greenhillsschool.org and jgoldenberg@greenhillsschool.org. No phone inquiries please.

Application Deadline: We will begin reviewing applications on January 18th and will continue until the position is filled.

The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

Upper School History Teacher

Department:  History and Social Science
FLSA: Exempt
Reports to: History and Social Science Department Chair
Schedule: Full time, academic year
Designation: Teaching Faculty
Travel: Rare

POSITION SUMMARY:
The History and Social Science Department has an opening for a qualified and innovative history teacher who is deeply knowledgeable and thoughtful about history and pedagogy. Greenhills School is eager to consider applications from groups traditionally underrepresented in independent school communities. We want a diverse mix of talented people who want to join us as student centered educators and role models who bring joy and good humor to our classrooms, fields, and offices, employ a broad array of effective instructional methods, work collaboratively with colleagues, seek and respond to student feedback, and commit to reflective practice and continual growth. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.

Teachers in the Greenhills History and Social Science Department provide students with rich and meaningful learning experiences that inspire them to be lifelong learners and challenge them to take their places as informed, responsible, engaged citizens of their local, national, and global communities.  We strive to help students develop their capacity to:

  • Understand the complexity and interdependence of global events and issues;
  • Value multiple perspectives and demonstrate empathy towards diverse cultures and ways of thinking;
  • Reflect on their own identity and how it shapes their perspectives and experiences;
  • Synthesize historical events across time and place and understand the impact of the past on the present;
  • Engage in critical and creative research of events and issues;
  • Communicate effectively in written and verbal presentations; and
  • Collaborate and participate in meaningful and respectful dialogue with otherss.

Our department’s study of history and social sciences reinforces the school’s broader mission of encouraging students to develop their full potential as curious, creative, and responsible citizens who respect all individuals and their differences, and whose meaningful and balanced lives will better the world.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach four sections of core courses in World History, U.S. History, Government, and upper-level electives, as needed; demonstrate versatility and openness to section assignments.
  • Collaborate with department colleagues on pedagogy and curriculum, and to vertically align coursework to provide students with a meaningful scope and sequence throughout their upper school experience, and with colleagues across departments to create interdisciplinary learning experiences for students.
  • Reflect on instructional practices and seek out opportunities for professional development.
  • Create inclusive and effective classroom environments and provide learning support for students inside and outside of the classroom as needed, including implementing formal accommodations, in consultation with the Greenhills Learning Center.
  • Practice clear, timely, and professional communication with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Attend regular department, faculty, and other meetings.
  • Serve as a role model for others in maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.
  • Promote an inclusive working and community environment.
  • Participate in community life through service in Greenhills advising and co-curricular programs.
  • Serve as a role model in maintaining appropriate standards of care for students and maintaining healthy boundaries in student and professional relationships.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Undergraduate degree in history/social studies and/or history/social studies education (or a related field) required, graduate work in those disciplines desired.
  • Proven experience with the age group required, teaching experience at the secondary level preferred.
  • The ideal candidate will have substantial expertise in the field and will be:
    • committed to developing both students’ understanding of history and their analytical thinking, reading, speaking, and writing skills,
    • a student-centered educator, skilled in fostering persistent problem solving
    • knowledgeable about adolescents’ intellectual, social, and emotional development and willing to positively greet the challenges and opportunities they present.
    • a professional oral and written communicator,
    • eager to work collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum design, pedagogy, and assessments,
    • versatile and open to diverse teaching assignments within the department.

PHYSISICAL REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Office environment.
  • Repetitive motion, use of keyboard.
  • Occasional light lifting and carrying.
  • Regular standing, stooping and walking to various locations on campus.
  • Greenhills School property is a tobacco-free environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Compensation: Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience and education level, and includes lunch when school is in session. Greenhills provides a comprehensive benefit package, which includes a variety of health insurance offerings, dental, vision, life, and short- and long-term disability offerings, HSA/FSA options, and retirement benefits through TIAA-CREF.

Application Information: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with résumé/CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, relevant college and graduate school transcripts, three references, and a completed Greenhills application form to: E. Quincy McLaughlin, Head of Upper School, and Jenna Goldenberg, History and Social Science Department Chair via email at qmclaughlin@greenhillsschool.org and jgoldenberg@greenhillsschool.org.  No phone inquiries please.

Application Deadline: We will begin reviewing applications on December 21st and will continue until the position is filled.

The essential functions and basic skills have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This position description is subject to change at any time.

Part-time Bus Drivers

Valid CDL and references required. Email resume and references to Chief Financial Officer John Nickel, jnickel@greenhillsschool.org.

Employment Forms:

Coach Application
Faculty Employment Application
Substitute Teacher Application
General Employment Application
Required Release Form
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