Working at Unquowa
The Unquowa School prides itself on dedicated and talented faculty and staff who are committed to working together to develop an unafraid spirit in each and every student. Unquowa seeks individuals who are committed to our Mission and values and who understand the power of a collaborative and diverse learning community.
Lower School Writing Specialist
2017-18 School Year
The Unquowa School is searching for a nurturing, adaptable person who understands the developmental and cognitive needs of students and who can teach collaboratively in a creative, cooperative environment. The successful candidate will have experience teaching writing to a range of abilities as well as with extending curriculum to meet needs of all students. In addition, he or she will have a commitment to our school’s mission and an interest in being involved in our community through participation in school-wide committees and activities.
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Administrative and Staff Opportunities:
There are no open staff and administrative opportunities at this time. If you would like to be considered for future opportunities Unquowa, please email your resume with a thoughtful cover letter to Head of School, Sharon Lauer at email@example.com.
The Unquowa School offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits to full-time employees including:
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- Employer contribution to a TIAA-CREF 403(b) retirement plan
- Group life insurance
- Long-term disability
- Funding for professional development, including summer travel grants
- Tuition remission for the children of faculty, administrators and staff
It is The Unquowa School’s policy and practice to provide equal opportunity for all applicants and employees. The Unquowa School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender (including an employee’s gender identity, appearance or behavior, even if different from that traditionally associated with the employee’s sex at birth), sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, veteran status or any other basis prohibited under federal, state or local law.