Employment at Oakhill Day School
Oakhill offers educators an independent and creative atmosphere in which to teach and grow professionally as a member of this community. Our teachers must hold a degree and/or be certified.
Full-time Oakhill employees may choose from our medical and dental insurance, the opportunity to participate in a 403B retirement package, and professional development opportunities.
To apply for a job with Oakhill, please complete and send a letter of interest and resume and employment application to our Central Office Coordinator via email.
Current Openings for the 2014/2015 school year:
PE Teacher: Emphasis on wellness, fitness, teamwork and sportsmanship. Coaching opportunities available.
Athletic Coordinator: Oversees school athletic program, league scheduling, communication, website, coaching support. Some PE teaching opportunities.
Fifth Grade Math & Science Teacher: Middle School setting that is collaborative, dynamic and flexible.
Fourth Grade Teacher: Dynamic and collaborative; individualization within small classroom setting; creative and excellent communication skills a must.
Music Teacher: Teach students ages two through 2nd grade; certified in music education; includes performances, set décor; must be dynamic, collaborative, striving to bring out the best in each student.
Publications & Social Media Coordinator (PT): - Responsible for assisting with written, video, and photographic content for Oakhill’s numerous social media outlets as well as print publications. Shares responsibility of content creation for all school publications produced by the Communications office, including the ACORN Weekly newsletter, published weekly, and Roots Alumni Magazine, published two times a year. Reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications. Must be a good communicator with excellent verbal and writing skills, and takes a team approach to customer service. Education experience is a plus.
Technology Integrator: Responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to the following:
- Teach technology skills and digital citizenship curriculum in early childhood and lower school as the academic schedule demands.
- Provide basic technical support to both faculty and student on a wide variety of issues, including printing, projecting, connecting to the network, MS Office Suite, and other level one issues.
- Contribute to an environment that encourages creative and independent use of instructional technology throughout the school.
- Model effective uses of current and new instructional technology inside and outside the classroom for teachers and students.
- Instruct users in the appropriate uses of technology in an educational environment.
- Assist with designing, coordinating, and providing instructional technology in-service opportunities for students, faculty and staff.
- Coordinate with the IT Department to assure that complex IT issues are resolved in a way that benefits both the IT infrastructure and the needs of faculty and students.
- Provide input regarding school-wide technology initiatives, policies and pilot programs.
- Teach technology related after school and summer classes (for extra compensation).
- Passion for education
- Love of technology as a tool for teaching and learning
- Understanding of curriculum, teaching, learning and students’ and teachers’ needs
- Creative thinker and problem solver
- Constantly searches for and develops new ideas
- Ability to handle multiple assignments concurrently and independently
- Willing to meet people where THEY are
- Willing to do anything needed; generous of time, thought and energy
- Excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills
- Bachelor’s degree in education
- Minimum 3 years experience in an educational setting
- Familiarity with: Windows, MS Office, Outlook, podcasting, digital and video cameras, Web 2.0 tools, using laptops in a classroom, basic network structure, computer parts, computer programming
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students and Employees
Oakhill Day School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.
This policy of nondiscrimination governs the hiring or employees as well and includes the administration of all benefits and policies throughout the term of employment