Careers

You’ll be challenged. And you’ll love it.

We welcome curiosity, stir passion, and embrace a diversity of thoughts and experiences. We encourage original thinking and innovative ideas. The result: The Wellington School was named a Top Workplace by Columbus CEO magazine in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. 

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POSITION SUMMARY

Wellington is seeking a long-term substitute for upper school math. The ideal candidate will have math teaching experience and the ability, talent, and desire to teach a range of math classes. Candidates should be forward-thinking, innovative, collaborative, and enthusiastic in their approach to their classroom environment. Demonstrated integration of current academic technologies, diverse teaching strategies, and varied modes of assessment focused on learning outcomes around collaboration, communication, and critical thinking are also of interest.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead teach one section of Algebra II, three sections of Geometry and one section of Algebra II Honors
  • Communicate with students, advisors and parents on student progress
  • Serve as an involved and committed member of the faculty
  • Recognize the importance of diverse teaching strategies and modes of assessment

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A bachelor’s degree in mathematics or education and prior teaching experience is preferred
  • Substitute certification

Qualified candidates should send materials to Cassie Monak, upper school administrative assistant, at monak@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Completed application
  • Statement of educational philosophy

We believe every person plays a role in making Wellington a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to learn, teach, and work. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff who thrive on being engaged participants in our vibrant, innovative educational community. We embrace diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of our admission policies, financial aid, or employment.

More information can be found at http://www.wellington.org/about/employment.

POSITION SUMMARY

Have you always wanted to work in an environment where new ideas are valued and it is understood that being a part of a diverse community makes us all better thinkers and problem solvers?  

Wellington seeks an upper school math teacher with extensive high school teaching experience and a strong background in mathematics education to work with students in grades 9-12.

Candidates should be forward-thinking, innovative, collaborative, and enthusiastic in their approach to their classroom environment. Demonstrated integration of current academic technologies, diverse teaching strategies, and varied modes of assessment focused on learning outcomes around collaboration, communication, and critical thinking are also of interest.

The position includes professional growth and development support, and the candidate should be open to new ideas, while bringing a collaborative spirit to help maintain a dynamic and relevant learning environment. The ideal candidate must have the ability, talent, and desire to teach a range of math courses including algebra, geometry, and precalculus.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach five sections of math
  • Serve as an involved and committed member of the faculty
  • Serve as advisor to upper school students
  • Participate in and actively pursue professional development opportunities based on the school mission and goals
  • Work with colleagues to develop new departmental courses, while updating and refining current course offerings
  • Recognize the importance of diverse teaching strategies and modes of assessment

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A bachelors and/or masters degree in education, with a minimum of 2 years high school teaching experience
  • Extensive knowledge of current research in all aspects of an exceptional mathematics curriculum
  • Experience with the following:
    • Demonstrating cultural competency in all aspects of practice
    • Assessing and documenting students’ growth through informed observations, detailed record-keeping, and a variety of formal assessments
    • Managing a classroom and developing positive classroom culture
    • Differentiating instruction to support each child’s development
    • Communicating with parents through forward-thinking use of technology complemented by proactive communication in other formats
    • Utilizing an informed process for planning and implementing an integrated curriculum

Qualified candidates should send materials to Cassie Monak, upper school administrative assistant, monak@wellington.org by March 1, 2022. All candidates should include:

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Completed application
  • Statement of educational philosophy

We believe every person plays a role in making Wellington a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to learn, teach, and work. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff who thrive on being engaged participants in our vibrant, innovative educational community. We embrace diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of our admission policies, financial aid, or employment.

More information can be found at http://www.wellington.org/about/employment.

Wellington is accepting applications for an experienced, dynamic, full-time lower school learning guide for the 2021-22 academic year.

SUMMARY

The learning guide at Wellington plays an essential role in the differentiated instructional program. The ability to design instruction, assess, document progress, lead small group instruction, and step in for the lead teacher is imperative. The qualities of collaboration, commitment, professionalism, and deep care for the whole child are necessary for the educator in this position. The learning guide must be able to take initiative while also maintaining a significantly collaborative relationship with the lead teacher(s) and the grade-level team. Each learning guide is expected to be a culturally competent professional who is a positive, joyful, and independent worker. The learning guide is a part of a vibrant lower school team, reports directly to the teacher(s) to whom they are assigned, and is under the supervision of the head of lower school.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

Classroom organization, instruction, discipline, communication with parents, and curriculum design are primary responsibilities of the lead teacher. The learning guide:

  • Actively embraces, demonstrates, and models equity, inclusivity, and cultural competence in all aspects of practice.
  • Facilitates student academic and social learning one-on-one or in small/large groups.
  • Collaborates on the design of and delivers instruction in math, reading, and spelling.
  • Facilitates formal and informal assessments in both math and reading.
  • Communicates effectively with the grade level team and with parents, as needed.
  • Eagerly participates in and actively pursues professional development opportunities based on best practices as well as our school mission and goals.
  • Serves as an extension of the lead teacher in maintaining the classroom culture.
  • Supports student learning during large group instruction.
  • Collaborates actively with the lead teacher and grade-level team in all lesson preparation.
  • Supports differentiated instruction through student assessment.
  • Supervises students throughout the day in multiple settings.
  • Contributes positively to the overall school community.
  • Assumes the role of lead teacher when necessary.
  • Professionally represents the division and the school in all settings and circumstances.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS 

We are looking for a joyful, dynamic, and motivated individual who is energized by young children and is dedicated to creating dynamic and engaging learning experiences each day. Candidates should recognize the importance of the elementary school foundation and actively participate in a collaborative team.

  • Bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree would strengthen the candidacy
  • Knowledge of and professional experience with childhood development and the unique educational needs of diverse learners
  • Formal teaching experience
  • Knowledge and skills to work with, teach, and lead groups of diverse individuals in respectful, equitable, and inclusive ways
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including a willingness to engage in thoughtful reflective practice and a demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional growth
  • Formal experience in being a successful and effective team member in multiple team experiences
  • Compatibility with Wellington’s mission

We believe every person plays a role in making Wellington a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to learn, teach, and work. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff who thrive on being engaged participants in our vibrant, innovative educational community. We embrace diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of our admission policies, financial aid, or employment.

Candidates should send materials to Cynthia Hahn, lower school administrative assistant, at hahn1@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Completed application
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Statement of educational philosophy

EFFECTIVE DATES: January, 2022 – August 7, 2022       

SUMMARY

The Wellington aftercare and summer program team has multiple part-time opportunities for a aftercare and summer program guide. This flexible role serves two seasonal program areas with unique hours for each.

Aftercare (August – June 3): Hours are typically 2:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. (3.5 hours / day) Monday through Friday (17.5 hours / week), with additional opportunities on “late start” days, staff professional development days, and other incidental days as needed. Consistent daily (Monday through Friday) availability is preferred.

Summer Programs (June 6 - August 6): Hours are typically either 7:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or 12:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (5.75 hours / day) Monday through Friday (28 hours / week). Consistent daily (Monday through Friday) and summer-long availability is preferred.

Candidates who intend to remain in the position as described through both aftercare (until June 3) and summer programs (June 6 - August 7) are preferred.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Aftercare
    • Lead and supervise age-appropriate activities for students in prekindergarten through grade 4, including developing and presenting themed activities, supervising play, and preparing and serving snack.
    • Provide a safe, compassionate, and enjoyable after-school experience by reinforcing the values and social skills emphasized during the school day.
    • Establish rapport and trust with parents.
    • Assist the director of aftercare with administrative duties and communicate with director about medical, behavioral, or social issues that may occur.
  • Summer Programs
    • Support the director of summer programs, director of aftercare, and lead summer teachers in supervising students as a “second” in summer program classrooms on- and off-site, and as a lead in breakout groups during extended care.
    • Supervise activities for students in prekindergarten through grade 8; establish rapport and trust with parents; communicate with director & assistant director of summer programs about medical, behavioral, or social issues that may occur.
    • Lead a group of up to 10 campers ages 4-12 with a fun, positive and outgoing attitude while acting as a role model in the extended care program.
    • Assist with lunch duties daily. Duties include oversight of lunch tables, enforcing appropriate behavior, supervising recess activities, and assisting students to their next program.
    • Work closely with director, assistant director, and summer program teachers to ensure efficient and well-organized daily camp operations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, or extensive childcare experience; specialization in early childhood or elementary education is strongly preferred.
  • Minimum 6 months formal experience working with children ages 4-12 years old, preferably in a group setting.
  • An understanding of best practices to promote positive customer service.
  • Candidate must be energetic, creative, and physically able to engage in recreational activities.
  • This position requires a background check and references.

All qualified candidates should submit the following to Brian Pacifico, director of summer programs, at pacifico@wellington.org.

We believe every person plays a role in making Wellington a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to learn, teach, and work. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff who thrive on being engaged participants in our vibrant, innovative educational community. We embrace diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of our admission policies, financial aid, or employment.

More information can be found at http://www.wellington.org/about/employment.

 

Wellington fills our substitute needs through the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO).  Apply to be a substitute through the ESC of Central Ohio

Questions regarding the application process, may be addressed by contacting the ESCCO at substitute@escco.org or 614-445-3750. 

Wellington offers competitive daily pay rates and a free lunch to substitutes.