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Indian Mountain School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national, or ethnic origin in the administration of its employment policies, educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and loan programs, and other school administered programs.
Indian Mountain School seeks an Interim Head of Lower School to run all day-to-day operations on the Lower Campus. With careful attention to Indian Mountain School’s mission and core values, the Interim Head of Lower School will lead the division with creativity, compassion, and curricular expertise. To view the complete job description and to apply, please click here.
Indian Mountain School is currently accepting applications for full-time Upper Campus (Grade 5-9) teachers for the 2022-2023 academic year. The ideal candidate will possess a solid understanding of children’s academic, social, and emotional development. An associate’s or bachelor’s degree is required, and a minimum of two years teaching or related experience is preferred. Full-time Upper Campus positions also include responsibilities in the athletics and residential life divisions. On-campus housing may be available for interested candidates.
To view the complete job description and to apply, please click here.
Indian Mountain School is seeking part-time academic tutors at our Grades 5-9 Campus. The ideal candidate will possess a solid understanding of children’s academic, social, and emotional development, with experience specifically from a variety of learning backgrounds. An associate’s or bachelor’s degree is required, and a minimum of two years teaching, tutoring, or related experience is preferred. Send resume and cover letter to Alex Hodosy.
Indian Mountain School seeks a Human Relationships and Sexuality teacher for the 2022-2023 academic year. The ideal candidate will possess a solid understanding of children’s academic, social, and emotional development and will have experience as a health and wellness or life skills teacher. An associate’s or bachelor’s degree is required, and a minimum of two years teaching or related experience is preferred. This is a part-time employment opportunity.
Please send resume and application materials to Alex Hodosy, Dean of Faculty. Candidates whose qualifications and experience align with the school’s needs will be contacted.
Indian Mountain School seeks qualified athletics team coaches in a variety of sports for its grades 5-9 Upper Campus Athletic Program. Coaches report to the Director of Athletics and work with a co-coach or head coach. We are currently seeking coaches for the Winter and Spring seasons.
Coaching philosophies that support team growth and sportspersonship are required. Athletic and/or coaching backgrounds in hockey, swimming, skiing, and lacrosse are helpful, but not required, as is a Connecticut Public Service License endorsement.
Please contact Alex Hodosy, Dean of Faculty, for more information.
Indian Mountain School seeks part-time RN nurses during day-time hours Monday-Saturday for the school year, as well as be available to be called to fill in on an “as-needed basis” due to absences on the nursing staff.
Ideal candidates should possess strong patient care assessment, critical thinking, communication and computer skills and function as a team member. A CT Licensure is required. School health experience optimal, but not essential.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with a résumé, including three references via e-mail to Erin Ohler.
The IMS Lower School is searching for a caring individual who enjoys supervising young children in and overseeing fun and artistic activities to join our Afterschool team. The position works with the Afterschool Program Director and other assistants to create a pleasant, joyful, and safe atmosphere for all students.
Duties include assisting the Director from 3:00-5:15 pm with responsibilities such as greeting children, setting up activities, keeping areas neat and organized, monitoring the classroom and play areas outside to ensure safety at all times, and establishing a pleasant and efficient atmosphere with parents during pickup time. Candidates with a bachelor’s degree are preferred, and candidates must be able to work outside in cold weather and inclement conditions to monitor outdoor play and watch sports games.
If interested, please contact Amanda Halloran, Director of the Afterschool Program.
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