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Early Childhood Teachers for the 23-24 School Year

Posted: 01/15/2023

St. Paul’s welcomes resumes from candidates interested in full-time positions for the 23-24 school year. Click on the links below for position descriptions.

St. Paul’s teachers are champions for empathy, creativity, and resiliency, and they inspire our students to become upstanding citizens who want to serve others. Candidates from diverse backgrounds and perspectives are encouraged to apply. Candidates do not need to be fully-certified teachers in order to be considered for a position. We will reach out to applicants in early 2023 should positions arise for the 23-24 school year.

Visit the St. Paul’s Careers page for more information.

Why Work at St. Paul’s?
Over the past 60+ years, we have created a learning environment where students, teachers, and staff are excited to come to school every day. At St. Paul’s, faculty are encouraged to pursue passion areas and test out new teaching techniques, all while receiving ongoing support from parents and school administrators. Plus, our teachers have small class sizes and get to work with others who love what they do.
St. Paul’s offers a salary and benefits package that is highly competitive when compared with regional public, parochial, and independent schools. Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance, 80% tuition remission for faculty K-8 children (25% for Toddler – PreK), a generous 403(b) retirement plan, ongoing professional development opportunities, and free lunch.
Application Directions
Send your resume to, and we will follow-up with next steps. Be sure to include in your email subject line what school division (Early Childhood, Lower School, and Middle School) you are interested in.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Our students come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes our school stronger.
St. Paul’s welcomes and values people regardless of differences including, but not limited to, age, race, culture, religion, socioeconomic status, perspectives, physical ability, education, family composition, sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation. 


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