The same passion, diversity, freedom, and energy that make Emerson an unmatched place to learn are the same reasons Emerson is such a wonderful place to work. It has allowed us to build the best family of teachers and administrators to teach, lead, inspire, and challenge our students.
Heath Teacher for 4th-8th Grades
Emerson School is seeking a part-time Health teacher for grades 4-8. We are searching for a talented, team-oriented candidate to lead Health and Wellness instruction, to share their passion and interests with the students, and to proactively serve our entire school community. The Health teacher is responsible for all aspects of their classroom instruction and contributions to the school community. S/he reports directly to the Assistant Head of School. A bachelor’s degree is required.
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Part-Time After School Program Counselor
Emerson School is currently looking to hire staff members for their After School Program on Wednesday and Friday afternoons 2:45pm-6:00pm and on select Fridays from noon until 6:00pm. Responsibilities include signing in students, planning crafts and game activities, supervising students both inside and outside, helping students problem solve, and general conflict resolution. We’re looking for great role models for elementary and middle school students. Positions are available to work in our Lower School Program (Young 5-5th graders) and our Middle School Program (6th-8th graders). Applicants must be available to work from 2:30pm–6:00pm on Wednesday and Friday afternoons.
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Substitute teachers are valued members of Emerson’s learning community and help implement our mission to provide a whole-child, multiple-method approach to instruction for gifted and for academically talented students. Our substitutes are compensated $150 for a full day, and $75 for a 1/2 day.
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