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Upper School English Teacher

Teaching at Princeton Day School

At Princeton Day School, the pursuit of excellence is a cooperative process nurtured by an outstanding faculty. Our experienced teachers believe in creating a classroom atmosphere where the learning process is valued. At PDS, the classroom extends beyond the walls of the school house and is equally regarded on the fields, courts, ice, and stage. The world-class faculty believes strongly in professional growth and development, and teachers routinely receive in-service training, participate in conferences, attend graduate courses, and travel for enrichment opportunities—all fully supported by the school.

We are always interested in meeting outstanding teachers who are looking to teach in a supportive community of learners. Professionals with a Master’s Degree and several years of teaching experience are encouraged to apply. Princeton Day School values the contributions of teachers who:

  • Demonstrate excellence in the classroom
  • Understand the powerful influence of technology on students’ lives
  • Enjoy connecting with students outside the classroom through: advising, coaching, attending games and concerts, chaperoning events, sponsoring activities
  • Have a sense of humor and like to laugh
  • Are strongly committed to their students and colleagues

Princeton Day School actively seeks students, families, and employees who value and contribute to the fullness of a diverse community within the context of its mission. EOE.

Current Openings

UPPER SCHOOL MATH TEACHER

Princeton Day School is seeking an experienced Upper School Math teacher beginning in the 2019-20 school year. The mission of the PDS Mathematics Department is to “develop a mindset of mathematical thinking that is essential to understanding the world around us”. With that mind, PDS welcome candidates who are equally passionate about their subject and students and are committed to high-school aged learners and the craft of teaching. Strong candidates will work well in a collaborative environment and utilize technology to enhance student learning. PDS is particularly interested in teachers who integrate diversity and service learning in the classroom and expose students to the application of mathematics to their local and global worlds.
All faculty contribute to the community life of PDS as advisors and have various duties, including leading an extra-curricular activity. For this position, the ideal candidate is expected to:
●      Demonstrate mathematical knowledge and understanding across grade levels and content strands
●      Implement culturally relevant pedagogy and foster a learning environment that supports students’ social and emotional needs and their development as independent math learners
●      Differentiate teaching and learning based on students’ cognitive needs and learning styles
●      Independently and actively prepare curriculum that balances content mastery, conceptual understanding, and the development of mathematical literacy
●      Develop creative formative and summative assessments and experiences to evaluate student learning
●      Employ innovative student-centered teaching practices rooted in brain-based research
●      Create and scaffold rigorous, higher-level thinking tasks that emphasize critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and problem-solving
●      Provide opportunities for student self-assessment and engagement in the learning process
●      Exhibit a passion to teach and learn from young people and colleagues

Responsibilities Include:
●      Teach upper school math classes to students with a range of academic aptitudes
●      Serve as an advisor to 7 - 9 students in the Upper School
●      Assist in extra-curricular areas of the school
●      Assess students’ academic and social development
●      Provide consistent oral and written communication to students and families
●      Collaboratively work on grade-level, department, and interdisciplinary faculty teams

Required Qualifications:
●      Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics or related field
●      Minimum of 5 years of proven success teaching Upper School students
●      Affinity for working with upper school students
●      Comfort with innovative and forward-thinking approaches to instruction
●      A strong commitment to professional growth
●      Personal characteristics suitable for motivating, inspiring and nurturing young people: enthusiasm, adaptability, patience, creativity, and a boundless sense of humor

Preferred Qualifications:
●      Advanced degree in mathematics or related field
●      Capacity to teach computer science and/or engineering
●      Integrative STEM/STEAM experience
●      Advising and/or mentoring experience
●      Experience implementing inquiry-based or project-based curriculum
●      Experience teaching in independent schools

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at: mroach@pds.org

UPPER SCHOOL SPANISH TEACHER - PART-TIME

Princeton Day School is seeking a part-time, upper school Spanish teacher, beginning in the Fall, 2019. Candidates should be experienced high school teachers who are well educated and equally passionate about their subject and students. Candidates must work well in a collaborative environment, they should have an interest in and understanding of interdisciplinary work, and be able to utilize technology to enhance student learning. Successful candidates will be eager to help students develop the skills to communicate in the target language, and will be invested in creating classroom opportunities for students to explore the Hispanic world and cultures.
Candidates should be able to teach the complete range of PDS high school students, from introductory to advanced levels, and contribute to the community life of PDS.  This position is for 3 classes (2 preps). Teachers at PDS have various duties, and are expected to contribute to the school life outside the classroom in an extracurricular activity. 

Required Qualifications:
•      Bachelor’s degree in the Spanish language, literature, history and/or culture
•      Minimum 3 years of proven success teaching high school students
•      Demonstrated experience at both introductory and advanced levels.
•      Complete command of the language
•      Strong background, beyond the language, in Spanish cultural traditions, history and literature
•      Proven ability to work in a highly collaborative environment, and to communicate and lead through strong interpersonal skills

Preferred Qualifications:
•      Advanced Degree in in the Spanish language, literature, history and/or culture
•      Instructional design, curriculum development and assessment experience (developing, delivering, and assessing)
•      Experience with interdisciplinary work
•      Experience teaching in independent schools

For this position, the ideal candidate is expected to:
•      Foster a learning environment that is student centered and that supports students’ social and emotional needs
•      Employ teaching practices rooted in current brain-based research
•      Differentiate teaching and learning based on students’ cognitive needs and learning style
•      Develop creative formative and summative experiences and assessments to evaluate student learning
•      Provide opportunities for student self-assessment and engagement in the learning process
•      Provide consistent oral and written communication to students and families
•      Develop curriculum with department members
•      Contribute to school life outside the classroom— coaching or other extracurricular activities
Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at: mroach@pds.org

LOWER SCHOOL TEACHER LIBRARIAN

Princeton Day School seeks a Lower School Teacher Librarian to lead a service-oriented, student-centered library program that fully incorporates a variety of print, makerspace, and technological resources.  The Lower School Teacher Librarian works collaboratively with colleagues, demonstrates a deep concern for students and their literacy development, and embraces the dynamic, innovative nature of libraries in independent schools. The Teacher Librarian will have the technical expertise to ensure that students and staff are effective and ethical users of technology, information, and makerspace tools.  The Teacher Librarian will empower students to be creative innovators, critical thinkers, skillful researchers, and enthusiastic readers.

Qualifications:
·          An ALA-accredited MLS or equivalent degree.
·          Experience at the elementary level in library services, including instruction of research, information, and digital literacy skills. 
·          Experience with educational technology and makerspace tools and equipment such as digital fabrication, digital media creation, and makerspace activities.
·          A demonstrated ability to creatively promote literature and literacy for children.
·          A demonstrated ability to lead change, work collaboratively, and instruct creatively.
·          A familiarity with the new AASL standards.
·          A commitment to ongoing professional development.   

Roles and Responsibilities:

Leader:  The Lower School Teacher Librarian will oversee the library facility, curriculum, and resources to create a student-centered environment where collaboration and creative problem-solving thrive. The Librarian will provide leadership in the selection, acquisition, evaluation, and organization of print and digital resources to develop a collection and program that meets the diverse needs of the PDS lower school community.  

Instructional Partner: The Lower School Teacher Librarian will collaborate with faculty and specialists to build and strengthen connections among the literacy and information needs of students, curricular content, and the library.  The Librarian will collaborate to create inquiry research units, teach information literacy skills, and design curriculum utilizing a wide variety of technological and library resources.  The Teacher Librarian will be an expert in promoting children’s literature and literacy within the community.

Technology Specialist: The Lower School Teacher Librarian will be experienced in an array of educational and library technologies.  The Teacher Librarian will provide leadership in the selection, acquisition, evaluation and organization of technologies and makerspace equipment. Additionally, the Teacher Librarian will leverage the use of a library makerspace program to create innovative learning opportunities for students within the framework of the new AASL standards and the goals of the libraries at PDS.   

Princeton Day School offers an excellent working environment, good benefits, and students and staff who are intellectually curious.  Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at: mroach@pds.org

COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE - DIGITAL CONTENT MANAGEMENT

Princeton Day School seeks a Communications specialist focused on managing, updating and optimizing the functionality of the School’s website content and email campaigns. A key member of a four-person team, this position joins the Communications Director, Art Director/Photographer and a Communications Associate focused on content creation. We hope to find an energetic and technically skilled communications team member who:
·          excels at managing online content management systems, including managing the School’s website and constituent portals to ensure successful functionality and oversee improvements, implement regular updates to site content and handle website support/services
·          is adept at planning for and producing bulk and custom email communications that support School communications efforts throughout the year
·          can collaborate across teams and help coordinate data integration across various database management systems to generate communications that support the needs of existing and new School families, alumni, the Board of Trustees, faculty/staff, and other constituencies

Attention to detail, time management and organizational skills to handle multiple projects and daily responsibilities successfully in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented school environment, and a can-do, collaborative and professional approach are vital. Bachelor’s degree required; Knowledge/experience of independent schools a plus. This is a full-time, twelve-month position. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
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 Responsibility to maintain and develop new website pages, features, online event registrations/forms, public–facing web calendar, etc.; this requires coordinating with the School’s website management vendor (Finalsite) and regularly auditing/tracking the website to prompt needed updates, including content from password-protected portals
- Provide website services and support as needed, collaborating across teams including IT to ensure that data integrates appropriately with School website as needed (data sources can include Blackbaud Education Edge, Blackbaud Online Campus Community, Magnus health forms, Pickatime scheduling, Connect 5 emergency notification system, Schoology announcement forum, Authorize.net, etc.)
- Maintain digital templates for bulk emails, including design and coding for newsletters, letterhead, etc., create email lists as needed, format and send bulk emails as needed on behalf the School
- Monitor website analytics and provide regular updates
- Perform other duties as assigned or required
- Coordinating with Director of Communications, research and select methods and venues for effective online marketing and advertising
- Attend monthly Calendar Committee meetings
- Implement School-generated surveys, if needed
- Act as designated back up to Director for emergency closing/schedule notification; help broadcast emergency closing messages on website

Competencies
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 Demonstrable technical/professional skills managing website platforms, database and online content platforms, associated design software and programs, including technical proficiency across social media channels
- Comfort level with database management systems such as Blackbaud Education Edge, Blackbaud Online Campus Community, Magnus, Pickatime, Connect 5, Schoology, Authorize.net
- Demonstrable accuracy and thoroughness, attention to detail, effective time management and organization skills to handle multiple projects and daily responsibilities successfully in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented client service environment
- Strong verbal and written skills; technical proficiency with video/photo equipment, video and photo editing software experience preferred
- Ability to collaborate positively within and across teams, and maintain confidentiality

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and list of references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources at: mroach@pds.org

COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE - DIGITAL CONTENT CREATION

Princeton Day School seeks a Communications specialist focused on creating digital content primarily for School website, including homepage news, and social media platforms. Part of a four-person team, this position joins the Communications Director, Art Director/Photographer and a Communications Associate focused on website and bulk email systems management and support. We hope to find an energetic and skilled communications team member who excels at:
·          planning, creating and posting regular website content and news stories that compellingly convey the School’s program/community brand strengths and build audiences/engagement
·          planning, creating and posting regular streams of social media coverage of the School across platforms to build brand and audience engagement  
·          collaborating across the School to collect and develop information and content to package as news, website pages and social media

Attention to detail, time management and organizational skills to handle multiple projects and daily responsibilities successfully in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented school environment, and a can-do, collaborative and professional approach are vital. Bachelor’s degree required; Knowledge/experience of independent schools a plus. This is a full-time, twelve-month position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
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 Utilize writing and photo/video skills to create multimedia content for School website and social media platforms, covering events and happenings across the School community
- Collaborate across School constituencies to generate participation in content creation and/or collect information for website and social media from PDS faculty/staff, students, Parents Association, etc.
-  Working from 12-month cycle plan, responsible to create and deliver homepage news and website content updates designed to heighten brand value and engage audiences
- Responsibility to manage content for the School’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter social media platforms, populating them with content based on a 12-month plan that includes regular quick peeks around the School, leverages homepage news content, incorporates a school-year cycle of prepped announcements and promos, and pulls in content to post from School community members (athletics and extracurriculars, STEAM, arts and humanities, service learning, etc.)  
- Use analytics to monitor and report on social media engagement
- Manage and prioritize assigned jobs and daily responsibilities to ensure timely completion
- Perform other duties as assigned or required

Competencies
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 Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written skills; photography/video skills
- Facility with digital publishing platforms (website, social media platforms)
- Attention to detail, efficient and effective time management and organization skills to handle multiple projects and daily responsibilities successfully in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented client service environment.
- Excellent customer service skills; ability/willingness to collaborate; positive team contributor
- Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness
- Demonstrate professionalism, follow policies and procedures
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and list of references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources at: mroach@pds.org

 

HOMEWORK CLUB SUPERVISOR - Part-Time

Princeton Day School seeks a supervisor for the Middle School Homework Club starting in the Fall 2019.  This part-time position works Monday through Friday 3:00 pm – 6:00 p.m. when school is in session. This position oversees the Homework Club which runs daily from 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm.  The program consists of a short recess followed by a light snack and then supervised study.  The position is ideal for a candidate interested in teaching but lacking significant classroom experience.  Bachelor’s Degree required.   Interested applicants should submit resume, cover letter and three references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

ARTS TECHNICAL DIRECTOR/THEATER MANAGER – LEAVE REPLACEMENT (Late August through Mid November)

Princeton Day School seeks a dynamic and enthusiastic individual to serve as the Technical Director/Theater Manager as a Leave Replacement, providing leadership for the technical direction of the Performing Arts curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular productions. This position will also support the wider Princeton Day School community by supervising the technical operations and resources of the performance venues, including lighting, sound and projection support for community events in the space. The ideal candidate is an innovative and experienced problem-solver, a skillful leader with a ‘can-do’ attitude, and an experienced educator who is eager to invest their artistic and technical skills in the Performing Arts at Princeton Day School. This position reports to the Chair of the Fine and Performing Arts, as well as individual Program Coordinators within the department (Music, Theatre and Dance).

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
●      Support the artistic vision of directors and designers through budgeting, scheduling, managing and executing all phases of production, including design and construction, from rehearsal to performance (US/MS fall production).
●      Enforce policies and procedures for safe facilities use and resource allocation.
●      Enforce and maintain a safe educational environment.
●      Recruit, schedule, instruct and manage student crews.
●      Providing instruction and training to students in the following areas: scenic design and construction, lighting, rigging, shop usage and safety, power tools and all aspects of theatrical design and production.
●      Supervise Arts Technician (p/t), contracted labor and outside vendors.
●      Manage and maintain all storage facilities, equipment and inventory.
●      In conjunction with Arts Technician and Department Chair, manage and maintain calendar for McAneny Theater.
●      Ensure proper staffing and support for all events in McAneny Theatre, including Admissions, Advancement and all events deemed necessary by Leadership team.
●      Manage Technical Theater budget.

Qualifications
●   Undergraduate or Graduate Degree with Technical Theater focus desired and/or commensurate professional experience.
●   Experience in secondary/college education environments is preferred.
●   Possess familiarity with EOS/ION Operating System; CTC Dimmer Racks; QLab Sound Software; Behringer X32 Sound Board; DMX, Ethernet, Serial and MIDI protocols; intelligent LED lighting; moving lights; wireless mics; Mac computers.
●      Demonstrate both a professional, calm work ethic and excellent organizational and communication skills.

Interested Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at: mroach@pds.org

 

DIRECTOR OF FACILITY OPERATIONS

DIRECTOR OF FACILITY OPERATIONS

The Director of Facility Operations provides leadership, supervision and support of the Facilities Department which comprises Buildings & Grounds, Custodial Services and Rink Operations.  This position works closely with many constituents of the School.  Major responsibilities include:  daily building operations for the facility (350,000 gsf), grounds and athletic fields management (100 acre campus) and capital repair and renewal projects as well as improvement/deferred maintenance plans. The incumbent will develop strategic direction of the department and be accountable for implementation, with sustainability as a key component of both.

The school has engaged AUXS to manage the search for this position. Please use the link below to learn more and to apply.

JOB DESCRIPTION LINK:

https://auxs.org/operational-positions/princeton-director-facility-operations/

CUSTODIAN - Weekend

Princeton Day School has an immediate opening for a custodial worker for weekend hours.  Responsibilities include but not limited to maintaining clean, orderly and safe environment.

Key duties/responsibilities:

  • NJ Black Seal Low Pressure Boiler License REQUIRED
  • Perform daily walk through, record all meter readings and boiler temperature.
  • Know emergency procedures and where all emergency shut-offs are located.
  • Clean, polish and disinfect bathroom fixtures, urinals, toilets and mirrors.  Clean bathroom
  • walls and floors.  Replenish all bathroom supplies.
  • Sweep, mop, scrub, and wax floors and stairs. Clean walls and baseboards.  Wash windows; Vacuum all carpets.
  • Collect trash and recycling and place in proper dumpster.  Make sure dumpster area is neat and clean.
  • Clean all desk tops and polish furniture.  Wipe down all chalk boards and/or white boards.
  • Set-up/break-down of Gymateria; Clean Campus Center.
  • Respond immediately to all emergency situations in the school (floods, sick children, spills)
  • Perform other duties as assigned or required.

 Qualifications and Skills

  • NJ Black Seal Low Pressure Boiler License REQUIRED
  • Lift up to 50 pounds
  • Experienced professional and goal oriented personality a must
  • Self-starter, strong work ethic, ability to work productively with minimal supervision
  • Need to be reliable and on time

Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

 

 

COACH - Head Varsity Girls' Volleyball

Princeton Day School seeks a varsity girls’ volleyball coach and head of program. Our next coach will build upon a tradition of excellence and lead the program forward in developing individual and team success.   The successful applicant will have an expert knowledge of the sport of volleyball, the ability to properly condition athletes in a healthy and safe way, and the ability to structure daily practices and match strategy in a competitive and positive manner.  The applicant will be expected to demonstrate excellent administrative and communication skills for interaction with players and families as well as the ability to create and maintain a sense of program from middle school to varsity teams.  In addition, experience playing and coaching volleyball at a high level, college and/or high school experience, is preferred.  Coaching season runs from August 19, 2019 through November 1, 2019 with practices/games held 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Monday through Friday with some weekend games.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

COACH - BOYS' JV SOCCER HEAD COACH

Princeton Day School seeks a head coach for the JV Boys’ Soccer team for Fall 2019.  The successful applicant will have experience coaching and playing soccer, the ability to physically train adolescents and the ability to work under the direction of the Varsity Head Coach. The successful applicant will also have experience working with school-aged children, ability to work with a wide range of skill levels, ability to be creative/flexible and possess exceptional communication skills.  Coaching season runs from August 19, 2019 through November 1, 2019 with practices/games held on Monday – Friday from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with some weekend games.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

COACH - MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY HEAD COACH

PDS is seeking an experienced head coach for the middle school girls’ field hockey team.  Coaching season runs from September through November.   Practices are held Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. plus games.  Candidate should have experience coaching and playing and working with middle school aged children. The successful applicant will also have the ability to physically train adolescent athletes, to work with a wide range of skill levels, to be creative/flexible and possess exceptional communication skills.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

COACH - MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL HEAD COACH

PDS is seeking an experienced head coach for the middle school girls’ volleyball team.  Coaching season runs from September through November.   Practices are held Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. plus games.  Candidate should have experience coaching and/or playing and working with middle school aged children. The successful applicant will also have the ability to physically train adolescent athletes, to work with a wide range of skill levels, to be creative/flexible and possess exceptional communication skills.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

COACH - MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS' TENNIS HEAD COACH

PDS is seeking an experienced head coach for the middle school girls’ tennis team.  Coaching season runs from September through November.   Practices are held Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. plus games.  Candidate should have experience coaching and playing and working with middle school aged children. The successful applicant will also have the ability to physically train adolescent athletes, to work with a wide range of skill levels, to be creative/flexible and possess exceptional communication skills.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

COACH - MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER ASSISTANT COACH

PDS is seeking an experienced assistant coach for the middle school soccer team.  Coaching season runs from September through November.   Practices are held Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. plus games.  Candidate should have experience coaching and/or playing and working with middle school aged children. The successful applicant will also have the ability to physically train adolescents, to work with a wide range of skill levels, to be creative/flexible and possess exceptional communication skills.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

 

SECURITY - Part Time

Princeton Day School seeks an experienced candidate to join the Security team. Nights, weekends, holiday hours are available. General responsibilities include but not limited to performing security tours, traffic, monitor activities of visitors/staff/renters, and serve as an emergency responder. Valid driver’s license and background check required. Previous institutional security experience and retired law enforcement candidates preferred. Applicants should submit resume, cover letter and references to the attention of Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org.

EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM - TEACHER ASSISTANT

Princeton Day School seeks Part-Time Assistants for the Extended Day Program. Under general supervision of the Director of After-School Programs, the position’s primary responsibility is ensuring a safe and orderly environment for after school care.

Working days/hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Wednesdays from 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Experience and/or interest in working with children ages 4 – 11 years. General duties include: providing assistance to the Director of After School Programs in the implementation of the after school care including effective management of large groups, small groups, and individual children both indoors and out-of-doors.  Ability to work independently, understand and carry out oral and written directions and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, students, and parents.  Interested applicants should submit resume, cover letter and three references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

 

Substitute Teachers

Princeton Day School seeks substitute teachers for all grade levels and subject areas. A substitute teacher is responsible for providing instruction, managing the classroom environment, and promoting student learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher. Substitute teachers must implement teacher lesson plans, assign student class work and homework, maintain classroom control and discipline. Substitutes must have teaching capabilities and able to follow oral and written directions. Bachelor’s Degree required. Interested applicants should submit resume, cover letter and three references to Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources, at mroach@pds.org

Marybeth Roach
Director of Human Resources
mroach@pds.org

Application Details

Required Materials: Princeton Day School requires of all employment applicants (1) a resume and (2) a cover letter that helps us understand more about you and your interest in our school. If you have a personal statement or copies of reference letters, we welcome these, as well.

Submitting Your Materials: Please submit your materials via email to the designated recipient. Those without internet access may mail their employment materials to the attention of Marybeth Roach, Director of Human Resources.
We do not guarantee return of submitted materials.

No phone calls, please. We acknowledge receipt of online applications within 2 business days and mailed applications within two weeks. When we fill an open position, we remove the listing from this employment page. Thank you for respecting our No Calls policy.

Princeton Day School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, affectional or sexual orientation, sex, gender identity or expression, disability, liability for service in the Armed Forces, or any other protected status as defined by federal, state, or local law.

If you have questions, please email Marybeth Roach. We appreciate your interest in Princeton Day School.

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