Employment

(Listings Updated March 27, 2017)

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

We believe that a key to a successful Christian school is the quality of its faculty and staff. We are seeking 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. We invite you to complete the appropriate application and return it to Sherilyn Palermo, director of HR. If an opening occurs for which you may qualify, we will contact you to arrange an interview as well as contact your references.

ADMINISTRATION

Logic School Headmaster:  Geneva School seeks an entrepreneurial, seasoned educational leader to continue the development of the Logic School (middle school, grades 6-8).  In its second year as a stand-alone division with a dedicated faculty, the Logic School aspires to be a model among Christian and classical schools in the implementation of its vision for middle school students and their families.

For the Logic School Headmaster position only, please email a current C.V. or resume and a cover letter to LSHeadmasterSearch@genevaschooltx.org.

ATHLETICS

Athletics Coach:  This coaching position performs all activities necessary to carry out the aims and objectives of the athletics program as outlined and directed by the Athletic Director.  This includes emphasizing and encouraging a balanced approach to faith, family, academics and sports; providing training and coaching to enable students to perform with excellence and self-discipline for future Kingdom service; and supporting an athletic culture that demands honor and respect while representing the cause of Christ well in all its activities.  This is a part-time, seasonal position.  The exact daily work schedule is driven by practice times and team events.  Travel to athletic events off campus is required.

BUSINESS OFFICE

Currently, there are no openings in the Business Office.

FINE ARTS

Logic and Rhetoric Vocal Music Instructor:  The purpose of this position is to instruct students in 6th through 12th grades in the foundations of musical performing arts using classical methods and a Biblical worldview.  The Choral Music Instructor provides instruction to two distinct student groups:  Logic School (6th – 8th grades) and Rhetoric School (9th – 12th grades).  This includes Voice Class Instruction for 6th – 8th, High School Choir, Praise Ensemble (HS), and teaching Music Theory or AP Music Theory.

This is a full-time, academic year position (40 hours per week over ten months).  The work schedule will be dependent on the courses taught and the number of sections of that course offered for the academic year.  However, preparations for choral performances, musicals and Fine Arts Department competitions will typically occur outside of this schedule and may require significant time commitments.  Weekly faculty meetings are also required.

Bachelor’s degree required, music concentration preferred; choral instruction and conducting experience required; requires fluency in music theory, and in vocal and instrumental performance; five years music teaching experience preferred; State issued Teacher’s Certification in music, 6th – 12th grades preferred, but not required.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL (K – 5th)

Grammar School Teacher, Grades 3-5:  The Grammar School Teacher will educate elementary-aged children in 3rd, 4th or 5th grade, 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.  This is a full-time, academic year position.  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 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

LOGIC SCHOOL (6th – 8th)

  • See Fine Arts Section.

RHETORIC SCHOOL (9th -12th)

Currently, there are no openings in Rhetoric School.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

Geneva School welcomes applications for substitute teaching from qualified individuals.