Employment Opportunities

Bennett Day School’s goal is to build a top-tier independent school with passionate and highly-dedicated team members that strive for excellence. Our current openings are listed below. Please review and select any positions in which you are interested in applying for to be directed to the online application process. If you have any questions, email us at personnel@bennettday.org

SK/1st Grade Lead Teacher

SK/1st Grade Lead Teacher

Agreement Start Date:  July 1, 2017

School Calendar Start Date: August 10, 2017

Bennett Day School is a progressive independent day school looking for passionate educators with innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood, primary classroom, and school experience.  We are a new type of independent school; unabashed believers in the values of progressive education, we put students at the center of the process of learning.  

Primary Teacher positions are for an education professional eager to participate in the development of a growing Reggio-Emilia inspired academic program and help create and support a unique school culture.  Bennett Day School teachers understand that the craft of teaching is dynamic; they adapt to and integrate this belief in his or her daily work in the classroom and school community. The primary grade teacher will work in collaboration with other teaching teams, the TESLab teacher, and the Principal to integrate rich, developmentally appropriate programming in the classroom.  The primary grade teaching position follows a two year loop.

Job Qualifications:

  • 3+ years experience in early primary aged (Kindergarten – Second) classrooms as lead or co-teacher
  • Experience in progressive education preferred
  • Program and curriculum development experience; inquiry-based and/or project-based learning preferred
  • Experience/professional development in/with special education
  • Creative spirit
  • Collaborative mindset; adept at working with teams and open to new ideas
  • Deep engagement in pedagogical trends, research, and best practices
  • Experience with technology as a tool for teaching and learning
  • Adaptability
  • Education Background: a Bachelor’s degree is required and a Master’s degree in education and/or special education is preferred but not required.   

Job Specifications:

  • Grade-level curriculum development
  • Individual student documentation and evaluation
  • Family communication: home visits, four conferences, family open house, weekly newsletters/blogging
  • Mentoring, collaboration and communication with Apprentice Teacher
  • Professional Development: Tuesday afternoon faculty meetings and Friday afternoon, ongoing professional development in and out of school
  • Collaboration, communication, and integration with Specialist teachers (Art, Music, TESLab, Spanish, PE)
  • Participation in self-evaluation and reflection process; individual and team meetings with the Principal
  • Participation in three family/community evening events
  • Supervision Responsibilities: MorningCare, recess, lunch, snack
  • Classroom materials preparation, maintenance, ordering
  • Hours:  7:30-4:00 M/W/TH; 7:30-5:00 T/F

Professional Development

  • Attend summer and school year PD, including New Faculty Orientation August 10-11, Faculty PD August 14-25, end of year PD dates, and on and off campus PD.
Apply Here!
3rd/4th Grade Lead Teacher

3rd/4th Grade Lead Teacher

Agreement Start Date:  July 1, 2017

School Calendar Start Date: August 10, 2017

Bennett Day School is a progressive independent day school looking for passionate educators with innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood, primary classroom, and school experience.  We are a new type of independent school; unabashed believers in the values of progressive education, we put students at the center of the process of learning.  

Primary Teacher positions are for an education professional eager to participate in the development of a growing Reggio-Emilia inspired academic program and help create and support a unique school culture.  Bennett Day School teachers understand that the craft of teaching is dynamic; they adapt to and integrate this belief in his or her daily work in the classroom and school community. The primary grade teacher will work in collaboration with other teaching teams, the TESLab teacher, and the Principal to integrate rich, developmentally appropriate programming in the classroom.  The primary grade teaching position follows a two year loop.

Job Qualifications:

  • 3+ years experience in 3rd and/or 4th grade lead or co-teacher
  • Experience in progressive education preferred
  • Program and curriculum development experience; inquiry-based and/or project-based learning preferred
  • Experience/professional development in/with special education
  • Creative spirit
  • Collaborative mindset; adept at working with teams and open to new ideas
  • Deep engagement in pedagogical trends, research, and best practices
  • Experience with technology as a tool for teaching and learning
  • Adaptability
  • Education Background: a Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree in education preferred   

Job Specifications:

  • Grade-level curriculum development
  • Individual student documentation and evaluation
  • Family communication: home visits, four conferences, family open house, weekly newsletters/blogging
  • Mentoring, collaboration and communication with Apprentice Teacher
  • Professional Development: Tuesday afternoon faculty meetings and Friday afternoon, ongoing professional development in and out of school
  • Collaboration and leadership in Google Chromebook Pilot Project
  • Collaboration, communication, and integration with Specialist teachers (Art, Music, TESLab, Spanish, PE)
  • Participation in self-evaluation and reflection process; individual and team meetings with the Principal
  • Participation in three family/community evening events
  • Supervision Responsibilities: MorningCare, recess, lunch, snack
  • Classroom materials preparation, maintenance, ordering
  • Hours:  7:30-4:00 M/W/TH; 7:30-5:00 T/F

Professional Development

  • Attend summer and school year PD, including New Faculty Orientation August 10-11, Faculty PD August 14-25, end of year PD dates, and on and off campus PD.
Apply here!
Early Childhood Apprentice Teacher

Primary Grades Apprentice Teacher

Agreement Start Date:  July 1, 2017

School Calendar Start Date: August 10, 2017

Bennett Day School is a progressive independent day school looking for passionate educators with innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood, primary classroom, and school experience.  We are a new type of independent school; unabashed believers in the values of progressive education, we put students at the center of the process of learning.

The Apprentice Teacher positions are for candidates eager to participate in and learn through the development of a new academic program.  Apprentice teachers help create and support classroom learning and school culture.  Bennett Day School is looking for educators new to the profession who are deeply invested in a collaborative work environment where they will participate actively in the teaching and learning process with students.  Apprentice Teachers at Bennett Day School are also responsible for the integration of technology in the classroom as a powerful tool for student learning and documenting the process. They will work in close collaboration with the lead and specialist teachers to develop and support best practices with technology and materials as it relates to the learning process. Apprentice Teachers should understand that teaching is dynamic and will work in tandem with the lead teacher to adapt and integrate this belief in the daily work in the classroom and school community.  

Job Qualifications:

  • Experience in early childhood classrooms
  • Creative spirit
  • Collaborative mindset; adept at working with teams and open to new ideas
  • Experience with technology use and applications
  • Adaptability
  • Education Background: a Bachelor’s degree is required; early childhood coursework preferred

Job Requirements:

  • Physical strength to independently lift 10-15 lbs
  • Fluency in written and oral English language.
  • Ability to oversee and ensure the safety of children in and out of the classroom

Job Specifications:

  • Direct classroom work with children ages 3 to 5 years old
  • Work collaboratively with lead teacher in all aspects of classroom life
  • Teaching responsibilities include Earth Science
  • Supervision responsibilities: family-style lunch, recess and gross motor play, MorningCare
  • Model positive behavior and support classroom management procedures
  • Engage in professional development, training, workshops and/or classes
  • Individual student and group work documentation
  • Friday afternoon professional development and Tuesday afternoon faculty meetings
  • Participation in self-evaluation and reflection process
  • Collaborative role in learning and supporting technology and material integration
  • Support the process of documentation, including digital portfolios, and website management
  • Hours:  7:30-4:00 M/W/TH; 7:30-5:00 T/F

Professional Development

  • Attend summer and school year PD, including New Faculty Orientation August 10-11, Faculty PD Aug 14-25th, end of year PD dates, and on and off campus PD.
Apply here!
Primary Grades Apprentice Teacher

Primary Grades Apprentice Teacher

Agreement Start Date:  July 1, 2017

School Calendar Start Date: August 10, 2017

Bennett Day School is a progressive independent day school looking for passionate educators with innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood, primary classroom, and school experience.  We are a new type of independent school; unabashed believers in the values of progressive education, we put students at the center of the process of learning.

The Apprentice Teacher positions are for candidates eager to participate in and learn through the development of a new academic program.  Apprentice teachers help create and support classroom learning and school culture.  Bennett Day School is looking for educators new to the profession who are deeply invested in a collaborative work environment where they will participate actively in the teaching and learning process with students.  Apprentice Teachers at Bennett Day School are also responsible for the integration of technology in the classroom as a powerful tool for student learning and documenting the process. They will work in close collaboration with the lead and specialist teachers to develop and support best practices with technology and materials as it relates to the learning process. Apprentice Teachers should understand that teaching is dynamic and will work in tandem with the lead teacher to adapt and integrate this belief in the daily work in the classroom and school community.  

Job Qualifications:

  • Experience in primary and early childhood classrooms
  • Creative spirit
  • Collaborative mindset; adept at working with teams and open to new ideas
  • Experience with technology use and applications
  • Adaptability
  • Education Background: Bachelor’s degree required; primary education coursework preferred

Job Requirements:

  • Physical strength to independently lift 10-15 lbs
  • Fluency in written and oral English language.
  • Ability to oversee and ensure the safety of children in and out of the classroom

Job Specifications:

  • Direct classroom work with children ages 5 to 8 years old
  • Work collaboratively with lead teacher in all aspects of classroom life
  • Teaching responsibilities include Earth Science
  • Supervision responsibilities: family-style lunch, recess and gross motor play, MorningCare
  • Model positive behavior and support classroom management procedures
  • Engage in professional development, training, workshops and/or classes
  • Individual student and group work documentation
  • Friday afternoon professional development and Tuesday afternoon faculty meetings
  • Participation in self-evaluation and reflection process
  • Collaborative role in learning and supporting technology and material integration
  • Support the process of documentation, including digital portfolios, and website management
  • Hours:  7:30-4:00 M/W/TH; 7:30-5:00 T/F

Professional Development

  • Attend summer and school year PD, including New Faculty Orientation August 10 & 11, Faculty PD Aug 14-25th, end of year PD dates, and on and off campus PD.
Apply here!
Substitute Teacher Position

Substitute Teacher Position

Bennett Day School is a progressive independent day school looking for passionate educators with innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood, primary classroom, and school experience.  We are a new type of independent school; unabashed believers in the values of progressive education, we put students at the center of the process of learning.

The substitute teacher positions are for candidates eager to participate in and learn through the development of a new academic program.  The ideal candidate would have a flexible schedule that allows for pre-scheduled dates as well as day-of requested dates. Substitute teachers help support classroom learning and school culture.  Bennett Day School fosters a collaborative work environment where a substitute will support an authentic learning place for all students.

Job Qualifications:

  • Experience in early childhood and/or elementary classrooms
  • Creative spirit
  • Collaborative mindset; adept at working with teams and open to new ideas
  • Experience with technology use and applications
  • Adaptability
  • Education Background: a Bachelor’s degree or working towards a degree is preferred
    • Early childhood and elementary coursework required

Job Requirements:

  • Physical strength to independently lift 10-15 lbs
  • Fluency in written and oral English language.
  • Ability to oversee and ensure the safety of children in and out of the classroom

Job Specifications:

  • Direct classroom work with children ages 4 to 7 years old
  • Work collaboratively with lead teacher in all aspects of classroom life
  • Recess and gross motor play supervision
  • Support and model positive discipline
  • Support family style eating
  • Hours:  
    • Early Childhood Campus Possibilities:
      • M – Th: Full day 7:45 – 2:45, Half day 7:45 – 11:30, AfterCare until 5:30
      • F: Full day 7:45-12:15, AfterCare until 5:30
    • Flagship Campus Possibilities:
      • M – Th: Full day 7:15 – 3:15, Half day 7:15 – 12:45, AfterCare until 6:00
      • F: Full day 7:15-12:45, AfterCare until 6:00
Apply here!

Bennett Day School is an equal opportunity employer.  All applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital, or veteran status; disability; or any other legally protected status.  Equal access to the hiring process, services, and employment is available to all persons.