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6th Grade Humanities Teacher position covers a one-year leave, overlapping with current 6th Grade Humanities Teacher for 2 – 3 months in the fall.
Overview of the Position
Under the supervision of the Middle School Director, the Humanities Teacher will be responsible for all aspects of a progressive, self-contained classroom, including curriculum development, student assessment and parent communication. Class size is between 20-22 students.
The ideal candidate will:
This list of duties and responsibilities is not meant to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.
How to Apply
Complete job application and attach cover letter and resume here
HR, Benefits and Payroll Manager
Under general supervision of the CFO, HR/Benefits/Payroll Manager is responsible for managing and running the school’s HR, Benefits, and Payroll functions, including the touchpoints with the GL that services all employees, both exempt and non-exempt. Manages the implementation and administration of mandated federal and state regulations, mandated reporter training and policies, including benefits.
This position must display sound judgment, great attention to detail, plus exhibit superior professional and confidentiality behavior at all times. Additionally, this position must be extremely organized and maintain all records in a complete and appropriate manner
Such duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Other projects as assigned by the CFO or Head of School.
Knowledge, skills and abilities
Discretion and Ethics
HR managers have access to a significant amount of sensitive information related to employees’ personal and professional lives. As an HR manager, it’s critical to manage personnel matters such as discipline, complaints, development and layoffs with complete discretion. To be an effective HR manager, you must be capable of handling sensitive information appropriately and only divulging it to authorized people while keeping the employees’ best interests in mind.
After School Activities Program Teacher
Requirements and Qualifications
We are seeking an after school teacher who is passionate about working with children, and who will be an excellent team player. Candidates should be collaborative, creative, energetic, and able to engage with a large group of K-8 children.
Qualified candidates will:
Hours: Seeking someone to work 5, 4, 3, or 2 days a week Monday-Friday, 2:30pm-6:00pm, Wednesday 1:30pm-6:00pm (Plus school holiday camps as needed)
Additional hours available in the mornings 7:30am-9:00am.
Salary is a competitive hourly rate based on experience.
On Call Substitute Teacher
The substitute teacher works under the supervision of the Lower (K-5) or Middle School (6-8) Director and collaborates with the other members of the grade level team or division to implement robust lesson plans when a teacher is absent, as well as complete yard and other duties as assigned. The hiring process includes submission of a resume and application, interview, school tour and orientation.
How to Apply
Please indicate your interest in becoming a substitute teacher by submitting an employment application.
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Our community of faculty and staff represents a diverse and skilled group of educators who share a commitment to holding students at the center of all things, and have a passion for teaching and learning. We model and practice our core values, a commitment to social justice, and understand the importance of supporting the whole child. For questions about employment at Park Day related to any job postings below, please contact email@example.com.
At Park Day School, expert teachers and dedicated staff are committed to the enterprise of providing a place where students learn deeply, think creatively, act compassionately, and live fully. Founded in 1976, Park Day offers an outstanding co-educational K-8 program to over 300 students. The school community embraces the ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity of Oakland. The school is rooted in the tenets of progressive education and reinforces 21st Century learning. Our student-centered approach cultivates deep thinkers and compassionate and courageous people who shape a more equitable and sustainable world. Park Day is a leader in public purpose initiatives; our community outreach program collaborates with public schools and community groups to create meaningful service-learning opportunities for our students.
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