Employment

Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of families, faculty, and staff.

Our current openings along with the contacts for the positions are listed below. If you are interested in teaching at Waynflete, please send a letter of interest, resumé, and three written references to the contact referenced in the posting.

Early Childhood Teacher (3/29/2017)

Waynflete seeks teacher to join experienced Early Childhood teaching team beginning with the 2017-2018 school year. Waynflete’s Early Childhood program (ages 3-5) engages students in a student-centered, inquiry driven, Reggio Emilia influenced curriculum that emphasizes the individual, learning and expressive languages, and community and collaboration. Teaching schedule is part-time likely ranging between 60-90%. We are looking for an individual with an appreciation for diversity, a strong academic background and understanding of child development, and excellent communication and collaboration skills.

Waynflete School is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty and staff. To apply please send a cover letter addressed to Lower School Director, Ben Thrash, a resume, and three written references. Application materials should be sent to HR Assistant, Tarah Frederick, at tfrederick@waynflete.org. Application review will begin immediately (first consideration given to completed applications submitted by April 7th) and the position will remain open until filled. No phone calls, please.

Lower School Spanish Teacher (3/29/2017)

Waynflete seeks experienced Spanish teacher for a one-year position during the 2017-2018 school year. Teaching schedule is part-time. We are looking for an individual with an appreciation for diversity, a strong academic background, successful Spanish teaching experience, and excellent communication and collaboration skills.

Waynflete School is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty and staff. To apply please send a cover letter addressed to Lower School Director, Ben Thrash, a resume, and three written references. Application materials should be sent to HR Assistant, Tarah Frederick, at tfrederick@waynflete.org. Application review will begin immediately (first consideration given to completed applications submitted by April 7th) and the position will remain open until filled. No phone calls, please.

Director of Enrichment (3/23/2017)

Waynflete School seeks a Director of Enrichment to oversee all aspects of school programming that is additional to the regular school day including but not limited to Lower and Middle Afterschool, enrichment workshops, music instruction, full fun/service days, Middle School ski, SAT prep and Summer Programs.

The Director should have significant experience in camp or school administration and in a supervisory capacity. The Director must be an outstanding communicator, a creative and strategic thinker and skilled in fostering collaboration among all members of the Waynflete community. Other important qualities include: excellent writing and organizational skills, experience in curriculum and program design, budget management, hiring and training of staff, and marketing and promotion of programming.

Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, families, and staff. Send letter of interest, resume, and contact info for three professional references to: Tarah Frederick, HR Assistant, at tfrederick@waynflete.org No phone calls, please.

Substitute Teachers for Lower School (3/16/2017)

Waynflete is seeking candidates for substitute teaching in its Lower School (grades EC-5). Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Diane Godsoe, Lower School Assistant, at dgodsoe@waynflete.org. No phone calls, please. Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty and staff.

Possible 6-12 History Teacher (2/17/2017)

Waynflete seeks candidates for a potential History Teacher opening for the 2017-2018 school year. Responsibilities include teaching in both our middle and upper schools, advising in either the middle or upper school, and overseeing co-curricular activities. We are looking for an individual with experience, expertise, and the desire to interact with young people in a variety of ways.

Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. Send letters of interest, resume, and three written references to: Dr. Peter Hamblin, Associate Head of School, Waynflete School, 360 Spring Street, Portland, ME 04102 or to phamblin@waynflete.org. No phone calls, please.

Possible 6-12 English Teacher (2/17/2017)

Waynflete seeks a potential English Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Responsibilities include teaching in both our middle and upper schools, advising in either the middle or upper school, and overseeing co-curricular activities. We are looking for an individual with experience, expertise, and the desire to interact with young people in a variety of ways.

Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. Send letters of interest, resume, and three written references to: Dr. Peter Hamblin, Associate Head of School, Waynflete School, 360 Spring Street, Portland, ME 04102 or to phamblin@waynflete.org. No phone calls, please.

Director of the Performing Arts (2/7/2017)

Waynflete seeks to hire an experienced and dynamic Director of the Performing Arts to begin in the 2017-2018 school year. This is an exciting time for the performing arts at Waynflete as the School has recently completed a Curricular Review of its performing arts programming, and we are looking for a visionary individual to lead the department as it works to make exciting changes. The ideal candidate will bring experience in leading curricular development efforts in instrumental and vocal music, theater arts and dance. The responsibilities of the Director will include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Provide a vision for the performing arts at Waynflete.
  • Design and support performing arts programming across the three divisions of the school working closely with Division Directors and the Performing Arts faculty.
  • Manage, lead and supervise the part-time and full-time performing arts faculty.
  • Facilitate long-range planning and goal setting for the group.
  • Manage the Performing Arts Budget.
  • Collaborate with the other 6-12 Department Chairs and Lower School Team Leaders on curricular leadership and strategic initiatives.
  • Teach in one of the performing arts areas.
  • Waynflete is committed to building a diverse community of students, faculty and staff.

    Send a letter of interest, resume, and three letters of recommendation to: Julie Ryder, Human Resources Coordinator, at jryder@waynflete.org. No phone calls, please.


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