The following are positions open for the 2020-2021 school year:
|Lower Grammar School Teachers||Experienced, lower grammar school teacher with the ability to teach an integrated, child-centered curriculum. Full-time position for K4, K, 1st, or 2nd grade.
|Upper Grammar School Teachers||Experienced, upper grammar school teacher with the ability to teach language arts, mathematics, history, and Bible courses. Full-time position for 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade.
|Dialectic School English Teacher||Experienced, dialectic school English teacher with the ability to teach English to 7th & 8th grade students. This is a full-time position.
|Upper School Chemistry Teacher||Experienced, upper school chemistry teacher with the ability to teach chemistry and AP chemistry courses. This is a full-time position.
|Upper School History / Rhetoric & Christian Thought Teacher||Experienced, upper school teacher able to teach Western Civilization history courses (9th & 10th grade) & Rhetoric and Christian Thought (9th–12th grade). This is a full-time position.
|Human Resources Manager||The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, and administration of employment policies and procedures.
|Director of Facilities||The Director of Facilities oversees all facilities and equipment and is responsible for maintenance, refurbishment, and use of facilities. He/she works in cooperation with all departments to ensure all legal requirements and health, safety, and security standards are held to the highest standard.
Admin, Support Staff, Teacher, and Teacher Aide Applicants
Except where noted, applicants should begin by sending a resume to Rev. Robert Ingram. After an initial review of your letter and resume, you may be requested to fill out an application form.
Substitute Teacher & Substitute Teacher Aide
Please send an email stating your interest and a resume to Barbara Kester. All substitute teachers and substitute teacher aides must attend a substitute teacher training session.
A Teacher at The Geneva School:
- Must maintain the highest standards of personal conduct and be committed to growing in the likeness of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
- Must be in full agreement with our statement of faith, which embraces the essential truths of orthodox Christianity, and attend and be in good standing with a church that holds to the school’s statement of faith.
- Will pursue best practices as an educator in an independent school.
- Will understand fundamentally and support the Christian and classical approach to education practiced at The Geneva School.
- Will enthusiastically and competently implement Geneva’s curriculum under the guidance of the Dean of Faculty, while bringing his or her intelligence, energy, and creativity to bear on the craft of teaching.
- Will have a bachelor’s degree in one’s teaching discipline or a related discipline. (Faculty members must teach “in field.”)
- Will have teaching experience.
- Will be willing to promote and able to manage a high level of parent involvement.
- Will be able to skillfully manage a classroom of young people with varying academic skills and learning styles.
- Must be committed to being a life-long learner as well as committed to growing professionally as an educator through Geneva’s professional formation initiatives.
- Must be willing to assist, within reason, with extra-curricular responsibilities.
As is evidenced by these requirements and the questions on the application form, Geneva is looking for committed Christians who are dedicated to the mission, vision, and values of the school. The Geneva School offers a highly competitive compensation package for full-time teaching faculty including a salary competitive with the local public schools, health insurance for the employee, a 401K plan, and a classroom budget.
After submitting a resume, candidates may be asked to submit the application form. Please do not submit an application unless asked to do so.
The Geneva School does not discriminate based on age, gender, national origin, race or ethnicity. Background searches are performed prior to all offers of employment. All employees of The Geneva School have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affect the health, safety, or welfare of a student. Failure to report misconduct may result in penalties up to termination of employment and revocation of an educator’s certificate.