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Working at PDS

The school selects highly qualified and motivated life-long learners who are eager to instruct and mentor based on educational research and for whom our Christian principles are a good fit.

Open Positions for 2023-2024

Technology Support and Systems Analyst Posted 6/20/23
Presbyterian Day School seeks a Technology Support and Systems Analyst for the 2023-2024 school year to work along side the Network and Systems Administrator, Technology Coordinator, and Chief Information Officer. The ideal candidate will have the technical skills necessary to support, repair, and manage hardware and software used in our school’s 1:1 Apple device program, as well as a variety of other technical devices. The Technology Support and Systems Analyst will also be responsible for maintaining accurate inventory, records, and other databases. The candidate should also have experience running audio visual support for events and programs. This 12 month position reports to the Chief Information Officer.
Nursery Teacher Posted 12/1/22

Presbyterian Day School is seeking a full-time infant/toddler teacher. The candidate should have a passion for working with our youngest students, as well as, the energy required to enthusiastically embrace the exuberance of this age child. Childcare experience is required and a degree in Early Childhood is preferred.

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Substitute Teachers

Presbyterian Day School seeks college educated candidates for substitute teaching positions for the 2022-2023 school year.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and application.

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The school invests significant resources in teacher training and professional development.

  • Over the last nine years, the school has sent over 85% of PDS teachers to Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
  • The school invests heavily and aggressively in professional development.
  • The school provides summer grants for curriculum study and international travel.
  • Teachers participate in school-wide summer reading.
  • New teachers are assigned a mentor teacher to guide them through the first year at PDS.
  • Teachers occupy leadership positions as facilitators of teacher book groups, instructional team chairs, committee chairs, and grade level lead teachers.
  • Teachers attend workshops, seminars, and institutes.
  • Teachers are encouraged to share their expertise as conference presenters (have done so in South Africa and New Zealand and throughout U.S.).
  • Teachers network with other experts in the field of education by participating in action research and visiting other schools.
  • Teachers are encouraged to seek graduate degrees, and PDS offsets some of the cost toward that end.
  • Teachers are a mix of veteran, mid-career and young teachers who all contribute richly to the school community and our on-going conversation about what it means to be well educated in the 21st century.
  • Teachers are given both support and flexibility and the opportunity to exercise curricular leadership in a stimulating professional environment.

PDS provides significant technological resources for boys and teachers:

  • Every classroom has a SmartBoards to encourage a higher degree creative and flexibility in teaching.
  • Every classroom has access to a student laptop carts for PK-6th grade.
  • Three technology curriculum specialists support teachers in their efforts to integrate technology into their teaching.
  • PDS provides every teacher a laptop for school use.

PDS graduates eventually matriculate at many of our nation’s most competitive universities, and our alumni have distinguished themselves as scholars and leaders around the country.

PDS offers a very competitive compensation package.

PDS invites applications for consideration for jobs that may be available in the fall.

Interested applicants should submit a resume, transcript, transcript, background check authorization, and job application including a philosophy of education where applicable for consideration. Typically, applications are reviewed in late winter and early spring. Due to the competitive nature of the applicant pool, it is advisable that interested applicants apply as early as possible. After careful review, a select group of applicants will be contacted for a first round interview.

For more information contact:

Carissa Lacy
Head of Early Childhood (YK-SK)

Laura Glenn
Head of Elementary School Division (1st-6th)