Long-term and Part-time Substitutes, Infants-12th grade
On top of being an amazing school, Hathaway Brown is an amazing place to work. Ask our faculty what they like best about HB, and you might hear comments about on-site child care, yoga and fitness classes for employees, monthly chair massages offered by an HB alumna, the fabulous lunches served every day in our beautiful dining hall, or about the myriad professional development opportunities for employees. You may hear how employees are encouraged to dream big, try new things and to make the most of themselves as educators and human beings.
But what you'll hear again and again is how much the faculty enjoy the passion and perseverance of the students and how much they enjoy being surrounded by some of the brightest, friendliest, hardest working people anywhere. The perks of this place make you want to check it out; the nurturing and intellectual nature of the community makes you want to stay for decades.
Hathaway Brown School is seeking Substitute Teachers for each of their divisions including:
· The Infant/Toddler Center
· Early Childhood
· Primary School (grades K-4)
· Middle School (grades 5-8) and
· Upper School (grades 9-12)
If you are a former teacher or professional that has taught in the past or has previous substitute teaching experience and you are now looking for long-term or part-time work, we’d love to hear from you.
We are seeking candidates who are:
· reliable and responsible
· able to work with and follow instructions left by the teacher or Division Director
· able to build positive relationships with students and colleagues
· culturally competent
· effective communicators
Interested candidates should email resume to the appropriate Division:
· The Infant/Toddler Center email@example.com
· Early Childhood firstname.lastname@example.org
· Primary School (grades K-4) email@example.com
· Middle School (grades 5-8) firstname.lastname@example.org
· Upper School (grades 9-12) email@example.com
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Hathaway Brown School is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning community through our admission policies, hiring practices, professional development, curricular and extracurricular programming, and school culture. We believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people who are members of other marginalized communities. Click here to be directed to our full DEI Statement.