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. 

View our openings below and apply today.

 

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SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for a full-time controller. 

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise and assist with all financial accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, human resources, and student billing in the business office.
  • Ensure accurate and timely financial information and reporting, including all financial statements, cash and variance analyses, and dashboard reports.
  • Establish, monitor, and enforce financial policies and procedures and protect confidentiality, while maintaining internal control.
  • On a monthly basis, reconcile all cash, checking, and investment accounts; review and reconcile general ledger accounts; prepare journal entries as necessary.
  • Actively stay current on new regulations in GAAP and relevant non-profit accounting issues.
  • Lead the annual audit; prepare and manage all materials needed for financial and 403(b) compliance audits and federal, state and local tax filings which includes Form 990 and 5500.
  • Collaborate with departments to establish effective/efficient processes for financial management and oversight.
  • Provide support for the chief operations officer in preparations for finance committee meetings or other board-related meetings.
  • Hire and train business office staff as needed.

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred
  • A minimum of 5 years of accounting experience in a non-profit setting preferred
  • Management or supervisor experience preferred
  • Proficiency with Excel, Office, and other computerized accounting systems
  • Strong written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively and manage multiple competing priorities

 

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 before August 1 to Christine Conkle, executive assistant to the head of school, at conkle@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for a full-time school nurse for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The school nurse serves as the essential liaison between the health and educational needs of students by identifying barriers to learning and working with students, families, and faculty to find solutions that maximize learning potential.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

The school nurse manages school health services, is responsible for the health needs of students in all three divisions, and provides care and health advice for employees.

School health services

  • Reviews the health history of each student and interprets that data to guide faculty in accommodating health needs in various learning settings inside and outside the school. 
  • Consults with families about complex health issues and how to meet children’s physical needs while also meeting their learning needs.   
  • Develops a plan of care for students with health needs in collaboration with families, health care providers, and faculty.  
  • Ensures the continuity of care for students with health needs while they are away from school by instructing faculty on how and when to intervene, how to administer injectable medication, and when to summon emergency care.   
  • Protects confidential health information as it pertains to HIPAA and FERPA requirements while providing faculty and staff with the information they need to educate children with health issues. 
  • Reviews the health history as provided by each employee and notifies the school of issues that may require accommodation. 
  •  Determines the immunization status of each student in order to meet their health needs as well as state immunization requirements. 
  • Manages students’ and employees’ illnesses and injuries. Plans, delivers, and documents the care given.  
  • Communicates with parents about any situation that may be serious or affect their child’s ability to learn. 
  • Devises methods to accommodate students with limited mobility to maximize their function and reduce classroom burden. 
  • Identifies health threats by using illness data and trends and institutes preventive measures. 
  • Dispenses prescription medication according to physicians’ orders. Dispenses over-the-counter medication according to standing orders with parent permission. 
  • Conducts age-appropriate, required health screenings and notifies parents when referral for further evaluation is necessary. 
  • Screens students as needed for nuisance health problems and takes action to eliminate these. 
  • Participates in the identification and follow-up of students at risk for physical and psychosocial problems. 
  • Institutes Ohio Department of Health guidelines for control of communicable diseases. 
  • Researches the professional literature to identify new, global threats to health. 
  • Collects and evaluates data on health office visits to identify issues that may impact learning. 
  • Develops a system of crisis/emergency care. 
  • Arranges opportunities for employees to participate in wellness activities. 
  • Participates in periodic review of school health and wellness policies. 
  • Integrates technology into health services by embracing initiatives to streamline data collection and to train faculty about health conditions. 
  • Monitors the latest legislative requirements and practice updates and incorporates these into the health program.   
  • Ensures compliance with regulations governing programs and facilities as related to health, wellness, and health services. 
  • Advocates for student health and wellbeing. 

Health Education

  • Educates students, families, and employees about communicable diseases and ways to prevent their spread. 
  • Educates parents about caring for sick children and when they need to stay home. 
  • Provides classroom instruction on health related topics. 
  • Collaborates with other educators to identify issues affecting students and ways to address those needs. 
  • Utilizes the opportunity to provide health teaching during student visits to the health office. 
  • Serves as a resource to students, families, and employees regarding general health information.  

School Environment

  • Identifies safety hazards by utilizing student injury data and reports these to the facilities manager for corrective action. 
  • Monitors items or practices that may cause health hazards or nuisance health problems and recommends change. 
  • Investigates the health implications of environmental issues and the steps needed for their remediation. 
  • Participates in inspections of the school environment by regulating agencies. 
  • Advises on methods of communicable disease control when there is an environmental concern. 
  • Researches the use of state school funding for school wide programs relating to health. 
  • Maintains and updates plans and policies regarding COVID-19 management.

Other Duties 

  • Assumes responsibility for professional growth and continuing education activities.
  • Maintains the highest standards of nursing practice and ethics.
  • May be asked to attend large school events like, but not limited to, commencement.

 

EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION

Minimum requirements include current registered nurse licensure, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BSN), completion of a university-based program of preparation for school nursing, and school nurse certification through the Ohio Department of Education. Completion of the Ohio Department of Health school nurse orientation is desirable. 

 

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 before July 24 to Christine Conkle, executive assistant to the head of school, at conkle@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

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

SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for a full time kindergarten teacher in the lower school for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Actively embracing, demonstrating, and modeling equity, inclusivity, and cultural competence in all aspects of practice
  • Leading, organizing, and being responsible for developing and delivering an exceptional, engaging, forward-thinking, developmentally appropriate, research-based learning experience for lower school students
  • Providing leadership, commitment, expertise, and vision while serving as an enthusiastic ambassador for the Wellington Lower School program
  • Partnering effectively and actively guiding parents to maximize the school/home connection
  • Serving as an engaged, creative, energized, collaborative, and committed member of the lower school faculty
  • Eagerly participating in and actively pursuing professional development opportunities based on best practices as well as our school mission and goals

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Candidates should have a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree in education, with a minimum of two years teaching experience as a lead teacher preferably in a kindergarten classroom
  • Formal training in the teaching of reading is required with an emphasis on phonics instruction and knowledge of current research in the science of reading
  • The position requires extensive knowledge of current research in all aspects of an exceptional lower school curriculum, complemented by exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Formal training in Orton-Gillingham will significantly strengthen the candidacy
  • Experience with the following:
    • Demonstrating cultural competency in all aspects of practice
    • Creating and delivering an engaging, age-appropriate, hands-on, project-based curriculum
    • Assessing and documenting children’s growth through informed observations, detailed record-keeping, and a variety of formal assessments
    • Demonstrating strong skills in classroom management and developing positive classroom culture
    • Differentiating instruction to support each child’s development
    • Teaching and assessing reading skills reflective of best practices in literacy
    • 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
    • Actively engaging in ongoing professional learning
  • Candidates should demonstrate the following characteristics:
    • A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusivity in all aspects of professional practice
    • A deep understanding of child development while embracing the unique potential of each child
    • A commitment to the exchange of ideas, benefits from sharing, and receiving feedback
    • An understanding of how to create a well-prepared environment to promote learning and engagement
    • A view of learning as a collaborative, ongoing process
    • Proven collaboration skills
    • The ability to work effectively as a valued and collaborative team member

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 before June 30 to Vicki Bellows at bellows@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

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

SUMMARY

Wellington seeks a passionate early childhood educator with an innovative spirit and rich background in early childhood education to join our expert faculty in August of 2020. The Learning Guide understands and practices developmentally appropriate, individualized instruction for three, four, or five-year-olds working alongside a lead classroom teacher. She/he adheres to the practice of empowering children as learners in a child-centered classroom and embraces that every child brings with them deep curiosity and potential. Experience with the Reggio Emilia approach would strengthen the candidacy.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Actively embracing, demonstrating, and modeling equity, inclusivity, and cultural competence in all aspects of practice
  • Skillfully facilitating the academic, social, and emotional learning of young children in a child-centered classroom
  • Serving as an engaged, creative, energized, collaborative, and committed member of the lower school faculty
  • Partnering effectively with the lead teacher to support the learning experiences
  • Eagerly participating in and actively pursuing professional development opportunities based on best practices as well as our school mission and goals

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in education
  • Solid knowledge of early childhood development and the unique educational needs of diverse learners
  • Possess 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

Candidates should send materials before April 1 to Vicki Bellows at bellows@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Statement of educational philosophy
  • Completed application (download here)

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.

SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for a full time lower school lead teacher 2020-2021 academic year. 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Actively embracing, demonstrating and modeling equity, inclusivity, and cultural competence in all aspects of practice
  • Leading, organizing, and being responsible for developing and delivering an exceptional, engaging, forward-thinking, developmentally appropriate, research-based learning experience for preschool or kindergarten students in a child-centered classroom
  • Providing leadership, commitment, expertise, and vision while serving as an enthusiastic ambassador for the Wellington Lower School program
  • Partnering effectively and actively guiding parents to maximize the school/home connection
  • Serving as an engaged, creative, energized, collaborative, and committed member of the lower school faculty
  • Eagerly participating in and actively pursuing professional development opportunities based on best practices as well as our school mission and goals 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Candidates should have a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree in education, with a minimum of two years teaching experience as a lead teacher.
  • Formal training in the teaching of reading is required.
  • The position requires extensive knowledge of current research in all aspects of an exceptional lower school curriculum, complemented by exceptional oral and written communication skills.
  • Formal training in Orton-Gillingham will significantly strengthen the candidacy. 
  • Experience with the following: 
    • Demonstrating cultural competency in all aspects of practice
    • Creating and delivering an engaging, age-appropriate, hands-on, project-based curriculum
    • Assessing and documenting children’s growth through informed observations, detailed record-keeping, and a variety of formal assessments
    • Demonstrating strong skills in classroom management and developing positive classroom culture
    • Differentiating instruction to support each child’s development
    • Teaching and assessing reading skills reflective of best practices in literacy
    • 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
    • Actively engaging in ongoing professional learning
  • Candidates should demonstrate the following characteristics:
    • A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusivity in all aspects of professional practice
    • A deep understanding of child development while embracing the unique potential of each child
    • A commitment to the exchange of ideas, benefits from sharing, and receiving feedback
    • An understanding of how to create a well-prepared environment to promote learning and engagement 
    • A view of learning as a collaborative, ongoing process 
    • Proven collaboration skills 
    • The ability to work effectively as a valued and collaborative team member

Candidates should send materials before April 1 to Vicki Bellows at bellows@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Statement of educational philosophy
  • Completed application (download here)

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.

SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for an experienced, dynamic full-time lower school learning guide for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

 

POSITION 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, when 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.

 

Candidates should send materials before August 1 to Vicki Bellows at bellows@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Statement of educational philosophy
  • Completed application (download here)

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.

SUMMARY

Wellington is accepting applications for a full-time literacy coach in the lower school for the 2020-2021 academic year. The literacy coach will provide instructional support, modeling coaching for teachers as they work to ensure that each student is able to reach his or her academic potential.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supporting and leading teachers in all of the essential components of reading instruction including expertise in instructional materials, programs, strategies, and approaches based on scientifically-based reading research and instruction in effective use of assessments
  • Playing an integral role to horizontally and vertically align all aspects of the lower school literacy curriculum
  • Working with various teams (administrators, teachers, and learning specialists) to facilitate the analysis of student assessment to drive instruction in a differentiated phonics-based reading program
  • Taking inventory, ordering, and distributing student literacy resources
  • Serving as an engaged, creative, energized, collaborative, and committed member of the lower school faculty
  • Eagerly participating in and actively pursuing professional development opportunities based on best practices as well as our school mission and goals
  • Providing leadership, commitment, expertise, and vision while serving as an enthusiastic ambassador for the Wellington Lower School program
  • Actively embracing, demonstrating, and modeling equity, inclusivity, and cultural competence in all aspects of practice

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Candidates should have a master’s degree in education with a focus in reading instruction
  • Advanced training and significant experience with teaching reading in accordance with current brain research and in alignment with the science of reading
  • LETRS training or equivalent coursework would strengthen the candidacy
  • Training and significant classroom experience with Fundations. Status as a certified Fundations trainer would be a plus
  • Orton-Gillingham certification (including practicum) preferred
  • Passion for helping other teachers implement a structured, systematic, and explicit phonics program with fidelity and a commitment to best practices in teaching the five pillars of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension)

Candidates should send materials before August 1 to Vicki Bellows at bellows@wellington.org. All candidates should include:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Statement of educational philosophy
  • Completed application (download here)

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.

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? We are seeking a dynamic teacher who is forward-thinking, innovative, collaborative, and enthusiastic in their approach to their classroom environment. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated an integration of emerging technologies, diverse teaching strategies, and varied modes of assessment focused on learning outcomes around creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach approximately four sections of humanities-related courses (English, language arts, social studies, history, etc.) to students in 5th-8th grade.
  • Serve as an involved and committed member of the faculty
  • Serve as an advisor to 10-15 students
  • Actively pursue and participate in professional development opportunities to further our school mission
  • Collaborate with colleagues in developing new curricular initiatives
  • Enact and implement diverse teaching strategies and modes of assessment
  • Model a growth mindset in all aspects of professional endeavors

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A master’s degree (or significant work toward one) and recent teaching experience is preferred
  • Understanding of child development and educational needs for students in 5th-8th grade
  • Flexibility in response to the changing needs in a dynamic learning community
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Physically able to perform essential functions in a variety of settings
  • Ability to use a variety of technology to facilitate communication and documentation

 

Qualified candidates should send materials to Brenda Porter, middle school administrative assistant, porter@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.

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? We are seeking a dynamic teacher who is forward-thinking, innovative, collaborative, and enthusiastic in their approach to their classroom environment. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated an integration of emerging technologies, diverse teaching strategies, and varied modes of assessment focused on learning outcomes around creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach approximately four sections of STEM-related courses (science, technology, engineering, math, etc.) to students in 5th-8th grade
  • Serve as an involved and committed member of the faculty
  • Serve as an advisor to 10-15 students
  • Actively pursue and participate in professional development opportunities to further our school mission
  • Collaborate with colleagues in developing new curricular initiatives
  • Enact and implement diverse teaching strategies and modes of assessment
  • Model a growth mindset in all aspects of professional endeavors

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A master’s degree (or significant work toward one) and recent teaching experience is preferred
  • Understanding of child development and educational needs for students in 5th-8th grade
  • Flexibility in response to the changing needs in a dynamic learning community
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Physically able to perform essential functions in a variety of settings
  • Ability to use a variety of technology to facilitate communication and documentation

 

Qualified candidates should send materials to Brenda Porter, middle school administrative assistant, porter@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.

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 is seeking a dynamic visual arts teacher for students in grades five through eight—someone who is forward-thinking, innovative, collaborative, and enthusiastic in their approach to their classroom environment. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated integration of emerging technologies, diverse teaching strategies, and varied modes of assessment focused on learning outcomes around creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach within a broad scope of contemporary visual arts practices
  • Serve as an involved and committed member of the faculty
  • Actively pursue and participate in professional development opportunities to further our school mission
  • Collaborate with colleagues in developing new curricular initiatives
  • Recognize the importance of diverse teaching strategies and modes of assessment
  • Model a growth mindset in all aspects of professional endeavors

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A master’s degree (or significant work toward one) and recent teaching experience is preferred
  • Understanding of child development and educational needs for students in grades 5-8
  • Flexibility in response to the changing needs in a dynamic learning community
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Physically able to perform essential functions in a variety of settings
  • Ability to use PC technology and Microsoft Office to facilitate communication and documentation

 

Qualified candidates should send materials to Brenda Porter, middle school administrative assistant, porter@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.

SUMMARY

The Wellington After School Activities office has part-time opportunities for aftercare teachers. The hours are school calendar days Monday-Friday from 3-6 p.m. with additional hours on professional days and late start mornings as needed. 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops themed after school activities
  • Leads and supervises age-appropriate activities for students in prekindergarten-4th grade
  • Prepares and serves snacks
  • Establishes rapport and trust with parents
  • Reinforces the values and social skills emphasized during the school day
  • Provides a safe, compassionate, and enjoyable after school experience
  • Assists director of after school activities with administrative duties
  • Communicates with director about medical, behavioral, or social issues that may occur 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or person with extensive childcare experience
  • Specialization in early childhood or elementary education is strongly preferred
  • Minimum six months formal experience working with children 3-10 years old preferably in a group setting
  • Must be energetic, creative, and physically able to engage in recreational activities
  • This position requires a background check and references.

Please send the items listed below to Julie Lovett, director of after school activities, at lovett@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.

SUMMARY

We are looking for an energetic coach to instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy, and physical training necessary to develop both individual and team potential. The basketball season spans from early November through mid-February, with practices held in the afternoon hours Monday through Friday. Matches will be held on both weekdays and a few Saturdays. The coach should also value the cultivation of the following life skills within their team: leadership, pride of accomplishment, self-discipline, honesty, integrity, and motivation.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervision of student athletes at practices and meets.
  • Prepare and execute practice plans to ensure preparation for meets.
  • Instruction in the tactical and technical aspects of the sport.
  • Attendance at all practices, competitions, and team events.

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A passion for sport.
  • A love of teaching.
  • Knowledge of sport equipment, physical fitness, and safety.
  • Previous golf and coaching experience.
  • Excellent communication skills.

 

Individuals interested in applying for this position should send a letter of interest and current resume to Athletic Director Lindsey Smith at smith2@wellington.org.