Tilton School seeks to employ faculty and staff who help prepare students to embrace and navigate a world driven by diversity and change.
Our faculty members are athletes and artists, pilots and poets, marathon runners and international travelers— all with a devotion to adolescent development and the value of an independent school education. At Tilton School, we believe we do more than educate – we ignite a passion for lifelong learning. We look to attract and retain teachers eager to lead meaningful educational change. Qualified candidates have earned a Bachelor’s, Master’s, and/or Doctoral degrees in one or more academic fields and are passionate about their students’ and their own growth.
Read about The Mastery Approach, our customized approach that teaches Essential Skills, promotes Self-Discovery, and provides clear, close Guidance to every student along the way. Successful Tilton School teachers participate in the full life of our boarding community within and beyond the classroom. A typical workload for teachers includes teaching 50-60 students in four or five classes, leading two seasons of afternoon programming in the arts, athletics, or community service, and guiding student growth within our residential and advisor programs.
Even if we do not have an immediate opening in your field, if you are eager to live and work in an exciting learning community, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter for our review. Please send your materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tilton School provides benefits, including health insurance, TIAA/CREF, and housing and dining privileges
At Tilton, teaching and learning happen at every turn. We all contribute to the education and growth of our students in the classroom, in the studio, on the athletic fields, and in the dorms.
At Tilton School, all persons shall have the opportunity to be considered for employment without regard for race, religion, natural origin or ancestry, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by state or federal law. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, age disability, marital status, sex sexual orientation, or any other category protected by state or federal law in the administration of employment practices or procedures, promotion, or application of employee policies and benefits.
“The support faculty receives for both classroom resources and professional development allows us to provide students with a consistent, adaptable, rigorous curriculum that focuses on enhancing a student’s knowledge and skills by providing intentional opportunities for discovery.”