The successful candidate will possess a BA and demonstrate a desire to pursue a career in teaching. Classroom experience (volunteering or teaching) is preferred.
Head-Royce School Overview
Located on a 14-acre campus in the hills of Oakland, California, Head-Royce is a pre-eminent, highly selective, co-educational, independent, K-12 day school with a 128-year history. Our mission is to inspire in our students a lifelong love of learning and pursuit of academic excellence, to promote understanding of and respect for diversity that makes our society strong and to encourage active and responsible global citizenship.
Head-Royce enrolls 875 students and the three separate divisions — Lower, Middle and Upper Schools — provide a dynamic, holistic education to every student. Students enjoy rich cultural experiences, because of both the breadth and diversity of the student population and, in the upper grades, the numerous opportunities to engage with peers around the world through online courses and trips. There are 165 faculty and staff members who are creative, dedicated leaders in their respective fields. Admission is highly competitive with students coming from a wide range of geographic locales.
Compensation: Competitive among comparable schools
Location: Oakland, California
Education: Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree(s) a plus
Start Date: August 2017
Interested candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest and a current resume. Files should be sent via email to LSjobs@headroyce.org with the subject line “Lower School Teaching Intern.”
Head-Royce School is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We want to have the best available person in every job. School policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on age, color, creed, disability, gender, marital status, national origin or ancestry, race, religion, registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, a medical condition including genetic characteristics, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws.