Thank you for your interest in Ross as a potential employer. We hope you will take a moment to explore the job opportunities listed here. We encourage you to review our professional development opportunities. In addition to providing excellent support for our faculty, the Ross Institute has a number of opportunities for teaching professionals from all over the world.

 

FACULTY POSITIONS

All faculty have responsibilities in our Student Life programs. Preference is given to candidates who act as boarding parents, living in boarding houses with students. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to hr@ross.org.

 

Strings/Orchestra Teacher
The Strings/Orchestra Arts Teacher creates and implements curriculum under the direction of the Head of Lower and Middle School and Domain Dean.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Teacher designs and implements lessons and projects in a manner consistent with the Ross School mission and philosophy and provides students with age-appropriate activities and feedback.
  • The Teacher composes learning evaluations and prepares for and participates in parent-teacher conferences, as needed.

Qualifications

  • Applicants should be highly accomplished on a principal instrument and capable of playing violin, viola, cello, and bass.
  • The ideal candidate has experience teaching elementary, middle school and high school students, including beginners through NYSSMA level 6 players.
  • Piano and/or guitar skills are a plus.

French and Spanish Teacher Leave Replacement
The Upper School French and Spanish Teacher works under the direction of the Dean of the World Language and Literature Domain, who oversee all curriculum and faculty in our French and Spanish program, which serves students K–12. This position commences in August and ends December 2018.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Candidates must be interested in teaching in a program that emphasizes the integration of history and culture into the language program.
  • Must be able to help students appreciate the need for language learning in today’s world.
  • Responsibilities also include curriculum development, sequencing and integration, and student evaluation and placement.

Qualifications

  • Candidates for the Spanish teacher at Ross should have experience teaching grades 7–12 as well as the ability to teach advanced courses

STAFF POSITIONS

Preference is given to candidates who act as boarding parents, living in boarding houses with students. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to hr@ross.org.