Employment

The Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff. 
The Allen-Stevenson employee community is vibrant and supportive. Please click here for information about joining our community as a faculty or staff member. In addition, to learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion, please visit our Community Life + Diversity page.

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  • 4th Grade Homeroom Teacher

    POSITION SUMMARY:
     
    The Allen-Stevenson School, in New York City, seeks a Fourth Grade Teacher. The successful candidate has a minimum of three years teaching in a related grade and a master’s degree in education. The successful candidate has a strong background and knowledge of the fourth-grade disciplines, works to build an inclusive classroom, integrates technology, and demonstrates high energy and creativity. An understanding and appreciation of how boys learn best, especially the role that personal connection plays, is essential. this full-time position starts in September 2021 and is eligible for a complete benefits package.
    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Support the School’s educational mission and vision by challenging, engaging, and nurturing students towards deeper learning
    • Develop and nurture meaningful connections with students so they feel welcome, valued, understood and seen
    • Planning and implementing language arts, math, SEL, and social studies lessons
    • Create lessons and projects through the lens of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice to encourage differing perspectives
    • Oversee the academic, extracurricular and social experience of students; and create strong, responsive working relationships with parents
    • Use technology effectively and appropriately to enhance student learning in the classroom and for virtual lessons as necessary
    • Assess student performance using formative and summative tools, and provide regular academic feedback and updates to students and families, through parent teacher conferences, phone calls, emails, and report card comments
    • Collaborate with division and team members with flexibility, creativity and humor to develop curricula to ensure student success
    • Communicate effectively and in a timely fashion, with students, parents/guardians, and colleagues
    • Perform additional duties as needed and participate in the life of the School
    Competencies, Skills, Knowledge, and Expectations:
    • Demonstrate an understanding of student-centered, interdisciplinary, and differentiated learning
    • Have experience with conceptual math teaching and learning
    • Work and plan collaboratively with colleagues on the 4th grade team, and across the division
    • Demonstrate a commitment to professional growth and development in order to acquire new knowledge and implement current best practices, with an emphasis around boy development
    • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice work both personally and professionally
    • Approach teaching and learning with a sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
    • Bring an open-minded and flexible attitude to working with students and colleagues
     
     
    Reports to: Head of Lower Division
    Education: Master’s degree preferred
    Experience: 3 years teaching at the elementary level
     
    The Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward its diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff. We value diversity in our professional community and the student body.
  • 5th Grade Homeroom Teacher

     
    POSITION SUMMARY:
     
    The Allen-Stevenson School, in New York City, seeks a Fifth Grade Teacher. The successful candidate has a minimum of three years teaching in a related grade and a master’s degree in education. The successful candidate has a strong background and knowledge of the fifth-grade disciplines, works to build an inclusive classroom, integrates technology, and demonstrates high energy and creativity. An understanding and appreciation of how boys learn best, especially the role that personal connection plays, is essential. This full-time position starts in September 2021 and is eligible for a complete benefits package.
    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Support the School’s educational mission and vision by challenging, engaging, and nurturing students towards deeper learning
    • Develop and nurture meaningful connections with students so they feel welcome, valued, understood and seen
    • Teach and execute proficiently lessons for English, reading, math, and history
    • Create lessons and projects that are inclusive of the diversity in our community
    • Serve as a Homeroom Teacher and Advisor: cultivate an inclusive, warm classroom community; oversee the academic, extra-curricular and social experience of students; and create strong, responsive working relationships with parents
    • Use technology effectively and appropriately to enhance student learning in the classroom and for virtual lessons as necessary
    • Assess student performance using formative and summative tools as well as rubrics, and provide regular academic updates, grades and comments for report cards
    • Conduct and organize parent conferences
    • Collaborate with division and team members with flexibility, creativity and humor to develop program, ensure student success and nurture community
    • Create and teach electives for students in multiple grades
    • Supervise clubs, class trips, daily recess and lunch duties
    • Communicate effectively and in a timely fashion, with students, parents/guardians, and colleagues
    • Perform additional duties and participate in the life of the School
    Competencies, Skills, Knowledge, and Expectations:
    • Demonstrate an understanding of student-centered, interdisciplinary and differentiated learning
    • Have experience with conceptual math teaching and learning
    • Acquire new knowledge and implement best practices
    • Work and plan collaboratively with colleagues
    • Exchange ideas and skills with colleagues
    • Establish and maintain cooperative, positive relationships
    • Demonstrate an interest in and openness to professional growth and development, a dedication to lifelong learning
    • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion
    • Approach teaching and learning with a sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
    • Bring an open-minded and flexible attitude to working with students and colleagues
     
    Reports to: Head of Upper Division
    Education: Master’s degree preferred
    Experience: 3 years teaching at the elementary level
     
    The Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward its diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff. We value diversity in our professional community and the student body.
  • Substitute Teacher

    Allen-Stevenson is looking for substitute teachers for all divisions and departments of the school. Candidates should have a minimum of a BA degree and some previous experience working with children ages 5 though 14. Please submit your resume to hr@allen-stevenson.org.

Employment Opportunities

The Allen-Stevenson School is an urban elementary day school for boys from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. The School was founded in 1883 by Francis Bellows Allen. An Allen-Stevenson education helps to foster a boy's natural intellectual curiosity about the world, about himself, and about the various communities of which he is part.

Qualifications for teaching at Allen-Stevenson include: BA required, MA preferred; strong background and knowledge of the desired discipline; ability to work well with a range of able, highly motivated children; ability to work well with a team; strong organizational skills and high energy and creativity.

Send all cover letters and resumes to hr@allen-stevenson.org

Updated May 11, 2021.


Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.