We believe that our students’ success depends on our staff’s success. We are committed to creating an inclusive, mission-driven, and achievement-oriented team that is focused on student learning and success. To have the right team, we must recruit and hire the right team. Below is a sample of what the interview process may be like for you, and we’re happy to answer any specific questions about it that you might have if you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The recruitment season has begun for the 2023-24 school year!
We are currently accepting applications from interested individuals for the below positions:
Lower Academy (6-8 Grade):
Upper Academy (9-11 Grade):
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to our team at email@example.com with the role you are applying for in the subject line. We commit to reviewing your application and responding with 72 business hours. Thank you in advance for your interest.
Why work in Western Mass?
Culture and History. Springfield and Western Massachusetts are diverse and growing regions. We are comprised of people who identify across all backgrounds including but not limited to race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, religion, and gender. We are inclusive and welcoming; we believe in our city’s history and the people who help build it and are welcoming to newcomers who want to be a part of our community.
Urban culture and natural scenery. Pioneer Valley has an abundance to offer during the days, nights, and weekends. Like the outdoors, hike, biking, and skiing – there are countless trails and options in the Northampton, South Hadley, and Amherst areas and Vermont is just an hour away. If you’re looking for a more urban scene, downtown Springfield offers various restaurants, bars, the MGM casino, and continues to grow.
Central Location. In addition to all the sights Springfield has to offer, it is easily accessible to all of New England – the Berkshires are one hour West, Vermont is one hour North, Boston is 1.5 hours East, and New York City is just 2.5 – 3 hours South. If you’re up for a short road trip, you can travel to New Hampshire or Maine in 3-4 hours to see the trees changing in the Fall and if you head four hours south, you’ll quickly find yourself in Philadelphia, PA.