High Meadows School

770.993.2940

info@highmeadows.org

1055 Willeo Road

Roswell, Georgia 30075

High Meadows School

770.993.2940

info@highmeadows.org

1055 Willeo Road

Roswell, Georgia 30075

Working at High Meadows


High Meadows School

Address
1055 Willeo Road
Roswell, Georgia 30075

Contact Info
770.993.2940
info@highmeadows.org

School Hours
Monday – Friday
8:25am – 3:15pm

Passion and Purpose

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here is something completely fulfilling as a professional when you find a place where you truly belong. It can open the doors wide to new opportunities and different ways of thinking. It becomes your source of inspiration.

Administrative and staff (non-teaching) position requirements vary in education, expertise, and experience. Please review the opportunity statement and job description links for those posted positions. In general, faculty applicants are required to have an education degree and at least five years of current teaching experience. Progressive education experience and a Georgia teaching certificate are both preferred. Substitute teachers are required to have an associate’s degree or higher in any field.

All employment opportunities are posted to this page, so please check back often.

There are no current available positions.

Available Position: Kindergarten/1st Grade Co-Teacher

We are looking for a multi-age Kindergarten/1st-grade classroom co-teacher beginning November 27, 2017. We are seeking an experienced, energetic, and collaborative individual to join our co-teaching team of outstanding lower years’ school educators. We follow a constructivist, progressive educational philosophy which is student-centered, and we look for educators who hold kids to high but reasonable standards and work successfully within a team with two full-time teachers in each classroom (Preschool through 5th grade). This is a full-time teaching position in a multi-age K/1st-grade classroom.

Requirements:
• Minimum current, consecutive years as a full-time, lead teacher in Kindergarten/1st-grade classroom
• Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education required; Preference is given to those with Master’s Degree in Early Childhood which is strongly preferred
• Gifted Certification a plus
• Steady employment in the lower grades with extensive experience teaching reading
• Current GA Teaching Certification preferred
• Experience as a constructivist educator
• Experience as a co-teacher in a progressive school setting
• Collaborative and interdisciplinary instruction experience a must.

Please send cover letter, educational philosophy and resume to:
Attn: Jane Murphy, HR Manager,
jmurphy@highmeadows.org or fax, 770-993-8331.

(Only new candidates meeting the requirements above will be contacted. Please, no phone calls. No need to resubmit resume if you have done so within the past two years.)

There are no current available positions.

Visit our High Meadows Camp employment page for hiring schedules for the summer.

Teaching at its best is an ever-changing, fluid act that responds to every emotion, need, interest, and question in the room. At High Meadows, I am supported in my desire to serve the whole child every day. It is this emphasis on educating the head, heart, and hands of each student that makes it a joyful place to teach and learn.

Our Hiring Process

Available jobs are posted on this page of our website

Provide a resume, a cover letter stating the position of interest, and the High Meadows job application to the attention of Jane Murphy, HR Manager, using regular mail or attach documents to an email to jmurphy@highmeadows.org (preferred method).

Upon receipt of your documents, Human Resources will confirm receipt of your information and review next steps.

Questions

Questions about employment at High Meadows School and employment applications may be submitted to Jane Murphy, HR Manager, by email or at (770) 993-2940.

Questions about High Meadows Camp and applications for camp positions may be submitted to John Dovic, Director of High Meadows Camp, by email or at (770) 993-7975.

Teaching and learning is a highly vulnerable act. Developing strong and meaningful relationships with my students is essential to being a passionate and effective teacher. My knowledge and empathy for their passions and interests, strengths and challenges, hopes and fears, enables me to connect with each on a deeper personal level.