(Listings updated March 6, 2019)

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

We believe that a key to a successful Christian school is the quality of its faculty and staff. We seek applicants who are professionally qualified; who are dedicated to Christ, children and academic excellence; and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40). Please read the school’s Portrait of a Geneva Teacher to learn more about the school’s vision for the faculty as well as our Statement of Faith. Teacher candidates should read An Introduction to Classical Education by Christopher Perrin and The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers prior to an interview.

Geneva School of Boerne does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, disability or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, admission, tuition assistance, financial aid or employment policies, or any other programs administered by the school. The school reserves the right to use religion as a hiring and admissions criterion for all positions, due to the mission and nature of our school as a Christian faith-based institution, as permitted by law.

If you are interested in employment opportunities at Geneva, please take a few minutes to watch this short video to catch a glimpse of the heart, mission and culture of our school. If this education model and community resonate with you after watching this video, please submit your cover letter and resumé to Human Resources Director Sherilyn Palermo.

ADMINISTRATION 

I.T. Intern:  The I.T. Intern will provide timely assistance to the I.T. Support Technician dealing with issues related to school-owned technological equipment and software.  This includes relocating and setting up equipment, updating/maintaining equipment inventory, and performing software migration and updates as assigned.

Work Schedule:  This is a non-exempt, part-time, temporary position of 16 hours per week during the summer months.  In general, the workday is 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., four days a week.  The employee will be paid hourly and is required to keep an electronic timecard for payroll purposes

 Essential Requirements:  A disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith; current college or high school student in an information technology or computer science program; strong interpersonal skills, with a genuine interest in working with people; basic knowledge and expertise in computer hardware and software; ability to safely drive a golf cart on campus

ATHLETICS 

No openings at this time in Athletics.

BUSINESS OFFICE

No openings at this time in the Business Office. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL (GRADES K-5) 

2019-2020 Grammar School Teachers:

  • Kindergarten Teacher
  • 3rd-5th Grade Teacher

The Grammar School Teacher provides instruction in an educational environment where students develop a love for God’s created order as they discover the truth, goodness and beauty of His world through methods consistent with the first stage of the classical approach to learning (trivium).  An emphasis is placed on a biblical worldview in order to prepare these students with excellence so they are equipped to pursue God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom, and to do so with diligence and perseverance.

Work Schedule:  This is an exempt, full-time, academic year position beginning August 1, 2019, for the 2019-20 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months.  There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 3:50 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

Essential Requirements:  Must love God, children and teaching; must be a disciple of Jesus Christ; fully and unreservedly support of the School’s Statement of Faith; Bachelor’s degree; teaching/classroom experience

Preferred Experience and Abilities:  Knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education; a minimum of two years teaching experience in an educational setting; State issued Teacher’s Certification

LOGIC SCHOOL (GRADES 6-8) 

Logic School Math Instructor, Grades 6-8:  The Logic School Math Instructor will provide classroom instruction to middle school students in mathematics, as well as work closely with math colleagues across the School in support of Logic School students.  The Instructor will use classical methods and teach from a Biblical worldview in order to prepare students to pursue God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom and to do so with diligence and perseverance.

Work Schedule:  This is an exempt 30-hour per week, academic year position. There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

 Essential Requirements:  A disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith; Bachelor’s degree in mathematics; teaching experience; love for middle school students; mentor comfortable discipling middle school students

Preferred Experience:  Five years teaching experience, ideally, in middle school math; certification in Mathematics; knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education

RHETORIC SCHOOL (GRADES 9-12) 

Rhetoric School AP Chemistry Instructor, Grades 11-12:  The Rhetoric School Science Teacher will provide classroom and laboratory instruction in AP Chemistry to high school students using classical methods and a Biblical worldview in order to prepare students with excellence to pursue God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom and to do so with diligence and perseverance.

Work Schedule:  This is an exempt, part-time, academic year position beginning August 1, 2019, for the 2019-20 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to noon, three days a week for ten months. There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

Essential Requirements:  Disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved support of the School’s Statement of Faith; Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or a related field; teaching experience; mentor comfortable disciplining high school students

Preferred Requirements:  Five years teaching experience, ideally, in high school chemistry; certification in Chemistry or High School Science

FINE ARTS (GRADES 6-12) 

No openings at this time for Fine Arts. 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS 

No openings at this time for Substitute Teachers.