Art teacher with students in art studio
Your Career

“It’s wonderful to work in a school where parents take the time to affirm what you do, respect you, and thank you.”
Kindergarten teacher

Teaching at Park is uniquely gratifying. That’s because Park’s educators don’t merely teach—they inspire and guide students throughout their Park journey. They serve as mentors and confidants, making a formative impression that students are grateful for well after they’ve graduated.

Exceptional colIeagues make Park particularly rewarding for members of our faculty. Our teachers are experienced, committed, caring, and skilled; and they especially enjoy working with elementary and middle school children. They make up a collegial and collaborative group, working together to create applied learning projects, connect different lessons for context and meaning, and find new ways to make Park outstanding.

Beyond working with inspiring coworkers, teachers appreciate many other aspects of being on Park’s faculty. Enthusiastic students and supportive parents make the work uniquely fulfilling. And teachers enjoy the autonomy and latitude to come up with new ideas and try out new pilots—often with the help of a Parents’ Association grant. Because ongoing professional development is a priority, teachers have many opportunities to gain additional education and training. Their schedules include time reserved for planning and collaboration with colleagues, and thanks to apprentices, assistants, and small classes (a student-to-faculty ratio of 7:1), teachers are better able to accomplish their teaching goals.

If you’re a teacher who’d like to work in this dynamic, supportive, and collaborative community helping students on their journey from PreK through Grade 8, we hope you’ll learn more about becoming part of Park.

Thinking about entering the field of education? New to teaching and looking to grow? Consider becoming a teaching apprentice.

“In my professional life, the first most important day was when I decided to teach, and the second most important day was when I was able to say ‘yes’ and come to Park.”
Upper Division teacher

109

faculty members

 

78%

of Park's teachers hold advanced degrees

$309k

Professional Development budget

173

fully-funded Professional Development workshops, conferences, classes

Employee Benefits and Support

Employees working at Park for more than six months and at least 20 hours per week are eligible for benefits. (Eligibility can vary depending on employment category.)

Your Health

Medical insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Annual flu vaccines

Your Family

FMLA leave
Maternity / Paternity / Adoption paid leave
Discounted summer and afterschool programs

Your Development

Sabbatical leave
Education grants
Over $300,000 available annually to support professional development opportunities at Park and beyond

Your Needs

Delicious, nutritious complimentary lunches prepared on-site
Computer loans

Your Financial Future

Life insurance
Short- and long-term disability insurance
TIAA defined contribution retirement plan with matching school contribution

For more information about benefits, please click here.

Non-Discrimination Notice

In accordance with the requirements of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, The Park School will not discriminate against any individual on the basis of disability, including but not limited to its application process and admissions decisions. The Park School will not impose or apply eligibility criteria that screen out or tend to screen out individuals with disabilities from fully and equally enjoying any of its goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations, unless such criteria can be shown to be necessary for the provision of the those benefits being offered. The Park School will make reasonable modifications to its policies, practices, or procedures when such modifications are necessary to access its goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations to individuals with disabilities, unless the modifications would constitute a fundamental alteration.