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Marymount seeks educators who are committed to learning and teaching in a collaborative, dynamic environment. Faculty are expected to be active participants in the School community as well as innovative instructors in their respective classrooms. As Marymount is an Apple Distinguished School, with 1:1+ program (iPads in the N-V and MacBook Airs in VI-XII), all teachers are expected to be comfortable using educational technology daily. With the School's modified block schedule in each of its four divisions (instructional periods of 50-80 minutes in the Lower and Lower Middle Schools and 60 or 75 minutes in the Upper Middle and Upper Schools), teachers are expected to have a range of appropriate instructional practices in their repertoire and be equipped to differentiate instruction to reach a range of learning styles.

To Apply:

Please email a copy of:
• a current résumé
• a cover letter
• a statement of educational philosophy
to  jobs@marymountnyc.org

All files must be clearly labeled with the candidate's last name. Please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line.


No phone calls or faxes please. 

Current Employment Opportunities

FACULTY POSITIONS

School Psychologist, Grades N-V, 
family leave replacement, Aug. - Dec. 2019
Marymount School of New York seeks a School Psychologist for our Lower and Lower Middle School divisions, grades Nursery through Class V. This family-leave replacement position begins in late August 2019 and runs through the first semester, to December 2019. As a member of the Health and Wellness team, the K-V School Psychologist supports the students, parents, and teachers of the school community and works in collaboration with administrators. The ideal candidate possesses a doctoral degree in school psychology, is licensed or certified in New York State, and has experience with preschool and elementary populations. This is a 4-day per week position, though a more flexible schedule may be considered. For additional information on this position and the duties and responsibilities, click here.
 

Lower School Head Teacher (Gr. N-2)
Marymount School seeks an experienced head teacher (gr. N-2) to lead a Lower School homeroom. A master’s degree is required. In the Lower School, head teachers are the lead instructors for mathematics, language arts, and social studies, and serve as mentors to their assistant teachers. With a 1:1 iPad program, all Lower School educators are expected to be adept at using interactive technologies for lessons, activities, and assignments. Experience with Handwriting without Tears, Teacher's College Reading and Writing Workshop, Singapore Math, and Responsive Classroom a plus.


Lower School Assistant Teacher (Gr. N-2)
Marymount School seeks dynamic aspiring head teachers who love working with children and have earned at least a Bachelor’s degree (not necessarily in education) and are eager to be mentored by expert teachers. Assistant Teachers need to be open to growth and interested in learning. They work directly with the homeroom teacher on all aspects of the curriculum and also accompany the students to specials classes. Experience with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Program, Handwriting Without Tears, and Singapore Math are helpful but not required. This is generally a one- to two-year position. This is an excellent way to begin your teaching career in a supportive and innovative community. 


Lower Middle School Head Teacher (Gr. 3-5) 
Marymount School seeks an experienced head teacher (gr. 1-6) to lead a Lower Mid (gr. 3-5) homeroom. Experience teaching lower school or middle school aged children is a requirement, and ideally the candidate holds a master's degree in a specialized subject and/or in education/pedagogy. In the Lower Mid division, head teachers are the lead instructors for mathematics, language arts, and social studies, and opportunities to serve as reading group instructors may be available. With a 1:1 iPad program, all Lower Mid educators are expected to be adept at using interactive technologies for lessons, activities, and assignments. The position includes teaching language arts, social studies, and mathematics. Experience with Singapore Math and the Judith Hochman approach to expository writing a plus.


Elementary School Spanish Teacher
Marymount School of New York seeks an experienced educator with native fluency to teach Spanish in the target language to students from Kindergarten to 4th Grade. Ideal candidates have taught elementary school-age children, are  passionate about Spanish language and culture, and are eager to inspire young language learners. This is a full-time position.


Spanish Teacher, Middle School
Marymount School seeks an experienced educator to teach Spanish to students in grades 5-8. Class V Spanish is a trimester course introducing students to a more formal study of Spanish (students in Kindergarten through grade 4 are introduced to Spanish language and culture language and culture). Beginning in Class VI students elect to study either French, Spanish, or Latin for their Upper Middle School (UMS) years. The expectation of Marymount’s UMS language program is to have students well prepared to enter high school level II, and advanced or particularly agile students may be ready for level III. Classes are conducted in the target language, and candidates are expected to have facility with a broad range of pedagogical practices, including the willingness and ability to teach with varied technological tools. A master's degree and experience teaching middle or high school students is required. This is a full-time position.
 
Latin Teacher, Upper School (family leave, fall 2019)
Marymount School seeks an experienced educator for a fall 2019 maternity leave replacement to teach four levels of Upper School Latin: from Latin I through Advanced Poetry. Marymount uses the Cambridge Latin Course/reading method for levels I-III, and the advanced class is a poetry survey course. Facility with a broad range of pedagogical practices is expected, including the willingness and ability to teach with varied technological tools. Master's degree preferred. The position is full-time from September 1-December 31 and includes non-teaching responsibilities typical of independent school teachers (advisory, club moderator).
 


updated 5/17/19
Marymount School of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Marymount does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origins, religion, age, handicapping conditions, disability, marital status, or gender in its educational programs or employment.