Thank you for your interest in joining the faculty and staff community of All Saints’ Episcopal School. The School, located on 147 acres in west Fort Worth, is a co-educational Age 3 - Grade 12 college-preparatory day school serving approximately 1,090 students who benefit from small class sizes, an outstanding athletic program and an award-winning arts program.

If your values align with the All Saints' mission, we would love to meet you. All Saints' welcomes employment inquiries at any time by emailing a letter of interest and resume to humanresources@aseschool.org. Specific openings are listed below. 

Current Openings

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  • Technology Integrationist

    The Technology Integrationist is responsible for working collaboratively with the administration and early childhood to grade 12 faculty to support the implementation of innovative instructional practices and technology integration through coaching, professional learning experiences, and technology instruction. The candidate should be an experienced classroom teacher or technology integrationist who has demonstrated successful integration of technology into his/her instruction.

    Responsibilities
    • Support the continued development of the integration of digital learning into the curriculum and optimize the use of technology in teaching and learning, in partnership with the Manager of Instructional Technology, Dean of Curriculum, and school administrators. 
    • Help establish an environment that encourages innovative, creative, and independent use of instructional technology throughout the School (early childhood to grade 12).
    • Ensure the effective implementation of the School technology vision, outcomes and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) standards.
    • Assist in the development and execution of a vertically aligned curriculum for technology, digital citizenship, and computer science.
    • Provide support, through modeling, coaching and collaborative planning, to teachers and other school staff through instructional practices and technology that support improved student learning.
    • Plan, prepare, and deliver professional learning activities that focus on the integration of technology to support the curriculum.
    • Design and teach technology lessons including digital citizenship, computer science, Microsoft Office, and Google Apps, as well as exploration of robotics, website design, multimedia creation, virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, etc. 
    • Assist in the management of student devices (iPads and Chromebooks) and digital programs such as Google, Adobe, IXL, Impero, and others.
    • Participate in professional growth activities that result in enhanced knowledge of best practices in instructional technology, digital learning, and innovative teaching methods.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
    • Classroom teaching background with extensive knowledge and understanding of educational technology, pedagogy, subject content, and the developmental needs of students.
    • Ability to create relevant learning experiences by integrating technologies to enrich instruction.
    • Communicate, collaborate and maintain effective working relationships.
    • Analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills.
    • Ability to train end-users, both students and teachers.
    • Understanding of various educational software and instructional programs as well as multimedia creation, website design, virtual and augmented reality, collaboration and communication tools.
    • Knowledge of or willingness to learn computer science and robotics fundamentals.
    • Experience using Windows, Chrome and iPadOS operating systems.
     Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in an education-related field; Master’s degree preferred.
    • Minimum of five years of classroom teaching experience.
    • Technology-related educational leadership or coaching experience; technology integrationist or technology teaching experience preferred.
    Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
    Subject: Technology Integrationist (Early childhood-Grade 12)


    All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
  • Middle School Choir/Vocal Specialist 6th - 8th Grade

    The Middle School Fine Arts Department seeks an experienced Choir/Vocal Music Specialist.  The Choir/Music Specialist is responsible for providing dynamic choral and vocal music education for students in Sixth Grade through Eighth Grade.  There is an expectation of collaboration and cross-curricular work among both the Lower and Upper School Music and Fine Arts faculty members.  The Middle School choir and vocal music goal is to provide students exposure through different musical and choral instructional activities.
    Responsibilities 
    • Design and implement appropriate choral instructional activities for varying abilities and talents.
    • Teach different vocal and choral ranges simultaneously.
    • Communicate effectively with students and parents course content, classroom expectations, and choir performances.
    • Plan and organize with Fine Arts department choral performances.
    • Play piano and/or instrument(s) to support choral instruction and performances.
    • Serve on school committees as needed, participate in daily Chapel services and weekly Eucharist service.
    • Provide opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding through the use of varied assessment practices.
    • Create an environment that supports physical, social, and emotional development of 6th-8th grade age range.
     
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor's degree in Music/Voice/Choral or music-related degree
    • A deep understanding of various choral/music education proficiencies
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential
    • Thorough knowledge of traditional musical styles
    • Passionate about working with students grades 6th-8th
    • Committed to creating a student-centered, engaging classroom experience
    • Willing to use technology through the use of 1:1 student devices

    Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
    Humanresources@aseschool.org
    Subject: Middle School – 6th-8th Grade Choir/Vocal Specialist   

    All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
  • Lower School Teacher

    Lower School is comprised of Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Each grade has 4 or 5 classes of approximately 16-19 students each.  Each Kindergarten through Fourth Grade classroom is self-contained and the teacher is responsible for instruction in reading/English language arts, writing, math, science, and social studies. Fifth Grade is departmentalized.  Co-curricular faculty deliver instruction in Godly play, Spanish, PE, fine art, music, and technology. There is an expectation of significant collaboration and cross-curricular work among all Lower School team members. Technology is an integral part of every classroom.  Teachers must skillfully utilize technology/devices in the classroom to support instruction. Training, background, and experience in elementary education are required.  Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential.

    The successful Lower School Teacher candidate will be a creative professional who is able and ready to commit to the mission and outcome statement of All Saints’ Episcopal School.  A genuine appreciation of young children, an understanding of child development, strong instructional knowledge and pedagogy, as well as the ability to work effectively with parents are essential.  The teaching position calls for energy, optimism, enthusiasm, flexibility, patience, perseverance and a sense of humor.  It also requires the ability and willingness to learn from and collaborate with colleagues within the division and throughout the entire school.  Finally, we seek a teacher who will truly accept and honor each unique individual in our community of learners striving to educate students in and for the 21st century.

    Responsibilities
    • Create and implement rigorous and engaging lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in student learning styles.
    • Differentiate instruction through learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students.
    • Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
    • Integrate technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process.
    • Set clear short-term and long-term goals to drive instruction.
    • Create classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
    • Establish and maintain open communication with parents and students.  Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly in a timely manner.
    Qualifications
    • Minimum of 2 years teaching experience, ideally in an independent school
    • Master’s Degree
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential
      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to: Humanresources@aseschool.org 
      Subject Line:  Lower School Teacher


      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Upper School Computer Science & Technology Instructor

      The Upper School Computer Science and Technology Instructor is responsible for teaching a variety of technology courses within the high school curriculum. The instructor will work closely with the Educational Technology Department Chair to ensure the progress of students in the technology program and to support the implementation of innovative instructional practices and technology integration throughout the Upper School.

      Responsibilities
      • Plan and teach technology and computer science elective courses such as AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science A, 3D Design and Fabrication, Cybersecurity, App Development, Game Design, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual and Augmented Reality, and Esports.
      • Provide opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding through the use of project-based learning and varied, authentic assessment practices.
      • Support the continued development of the integration of technology into the curriculum and optimize the use of technology in teaching and learning, in partnership with the Educational Technology department and school administrators.
      • Help establish an environment that encourages innovative, creative, and independent use of instructional technology throughout the School.
      • Participate in professional growth activities that result in enhanced knowledge of best practices in computer science, instructional technology, digital learning, and innovative teaching methods.
      • Perform other duties as assigned.
       Qualifications
      • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or an education-related field; Master’s degree preferred.
      • 3 -5 years of classroom teaching experience.
      • Experience teaching computer science.
      • Experience with or willingness to learn about 3D design and 3D printing, cybersecurity fundamentals, app development, game design, and other technology-related topics.
      • Knowledge and experience with integrating technology into the classroom.
      • Committed to creating a student-centered, engaging classroom experience.
      • Must be a self-starter and have the ability to work independently and as a team member.
      • Analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills.
      • High level of integrity, dependability, and sound judgment. 
      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
      Humanresources@aseschool.org
      Subject line:  Upper School Computer Science & Technology Instructor

       
      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Upper School and Middle School Chaplain

      The Upper School and Middle School Chaplain’s duties are diverse and are influenced by the individual’s particular gifts and the changing needs of the community. As a result, the position changes from year to year, but generally falls within these areas.  As a general rule, the chaplain is expected to be familiar with and follow Principles of Good Practice as identified by The National Association of Episcopal Schools on their website: http://www.episcopalschools.org/episcopal-schools/principles-of-good-practice.  

      General duties:  The primary function of the Upper School (US) and Middle School (US) Chaplain at All Saints’ Episcopal School is to serve as the pastoral leader of these Divisions.  In addition, the chaplain is responsible for overseeing and leading the worship services, as well as formal academic religious instruction.  The chaplain coordinates all activities through each Division Head, and is expected to be familiar with and follow Principles of Good Practice as identified by The National Association of Episcopal Schools on their website: http://www.episcopalschools.org/episcopal-schools/principles-of-good-practice.  The Upper and Middle School Chaplain’s duties are appreciably diverse.  

      Worship
      • Plan (with student and faculty representatives), conduct, and oversee daily Noonday Prayer and weekly Eucharist celebrations for both Middle School and Upper School divisions, including securing guest speakers.
      • Plan with students, administration, the Early Childhood (EC) and Lower School (LS) Chaplain, and the Office of Institutional Advancement (as appropriate) all special services, including the blessing of pets, the blessing of trees and other memorials, Honors College Induction, Advent Lessons and Carols, Commencement, Junior Unity Day, Cum Laude Society Induction, Honors Convocation and other divisional services, such as Ash Wednesday Liturgy, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
      • Maintain and encourage regular prayer among those in the school family, especially in times of tragedy as well as causes for celebration.
      • Act as a positive catalyst in promoting the spirit of Christ’s love in the school and beyond the school.
      • Offer the prayer at home football games and offer prayers as requested by the Head of School at faculty in-service events.
      • Share with any other chaplains the officiating duties at daily office during faculty in-service.
      • Serve on a rota for Celebrant and Preacher at all faculty in-service Eucharist Services (3X each year).
      • Officiate with prayers at the memorial bell tolling at the end of the school day each Friday.
      • Collaboration and coordination of worship and activities/liturgies with the EC/LS Chaplain and the Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church.
      Outreach 
      • Support faculty who organize, oversee and manage student outreach and community engagement in the Upper School, and assist as needed.
      • Assist, as needed, the faculty who organize and oversee the Middle School Project Empathy and other outreach projects.
      Education
      • Participate with the Religion Department in continuing the development of the religion curriculum, especially in grades 6-12.
      • Teach Religion courses as agreed upon.
      • Assist the Health Team (H-Team) in addressing community issues as appropriate: alcohol and drugs, suicide, parenting, child abuse, safety, online harassment, sexting, ethics, etc.
      • Attend MS and US faculty meetings, monthly in-service training, monthly Religion Department Meetings, all-school events where attendance is expected, division events as expected and chaplains' meetings.
      • Attend when possible SAES, NAES and other conferences for Professional Development.
      Counseling and Pastoral Care 
      • Attend called H-Team meetings as schedule permits.
      • Work with H-Team in identifying students in need.
      • Work with the Middle School and Upper School Counselor in encouraging students in counselor-client relationships.
      • Minister to the needs of faculty, staff and families as opportunities present themselves.
      • Be present and available when possible to students at school-wide events and those especially unique to the Middle School and Upper School.
      • Work with the EC/LS Chaplain to meet the pastoral needs of the community as a whole.
      Administration
      • Work closely with the EC/LS Chaplain, Division Heads, and Religion Department Chair
      • Perform any other duties as requested by the Head of School
      • Keep the Head of School informed of issues that may negatively impact the spiritual life of the school.
      • Attend appropriate deanery meetings and other diocesan events/meetings
      • Coordinate use of the chapel with the Early Childhood and Lower School Chaplain
      • Attend Administration Council meetings
      • Work closely with the EC/LS Chaplain to support one another and design meaningful experiences for worship, education, and formation throughout all divisions
      • Communicate and engage in community conversations about how All Saints’ lives out its Episcopal Identity
      • Engage in collaborative efforts to enhance Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging as it speaks to the distinct culture of All Saints’ Episcopal School
      Personal Spiritual/Professional
      • Worship at own parish
      • May serve as supply priest as desired
      • Actively participate in diocesan events as so called
      Personal
      • Protect time with your family
      • Make time for yourself
      • Set personal goals
      This position has an August 1st start date and will report to the Upper School and Middle School Division Heads. 

      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:  Humanresources@aseschool.org
      Subject: Upper School and Middle School Chaplain

      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Upper School and Middle School Classics

      The Upper School/Middle School Classics Instructor is responsible for delivering a variety of Latin courses within the high school curriculum. The Instructor will work closely with the Classics Department Chair to ensure the smooth progress of students through the on-level Latin courses; to review, discuss, and develop improvements to the departmental curriculum; to deliver Honors seminars in the Honors Classics Diploma program as needed. 

      Responsibilities:
      • Teach at least 4 unique Latin preps, typically including Latin I, Latin II, Latin III, and a stacked Latin IV/V section
      • Teach one or more elective seminars in the Honors Classics Diploma program. There is ample opportunity to design and deliver courses of special interest to the Instructor. Recent offerings have included seminars in Classical Mythology, Classical Philosophy, a cross cultural study of Imperial Rome and Imperial China, and a Greek Theater Workshop.
      • Maintain orderly records of assignments and student progress, utilizing the various learning management systems implemented by the School. Faculty members must ensure that grade reporting deadlines are met, and that the online ‘view’ for students and families is accurate at all times.
      • Work closely with the Classics Department Chair to execute annual events such as the National Latin Exam, and work on developing future events such as the Classical Banquet and Classics Prize Examinations.
      • Complete other academic tasks and projects, as assigned, in order to meet the school’s academic objectives.
      Qualifications:
      • BA in Classics or Latin; advanced degrees are desirable.
      • Significant teaching experience, especially as a high-school and/or Classics instructor.
      • Experience with learning management systems – working knowledge of Blackbaud applications and Google Classroom is preferable.
      • A minimum level of proficiency with educational technology is expected.
      • Knowledge and/or experience with delivering special events and programs, particularly within the Classics.
      • Ability to work with detailed information with a high degree of accuracy.
      • Must be a self-starter and have the ability to work independently and as a team member.
      • Excellent written and oral communication skills; strong organizational ability. Assured public presence and comfort level with students, faculty and staff, parents, and school leadership.
      • Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to deal with unexpected events.
      • Strong analytical/problem solving skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.
      • High level of integrity, dependability, and sound judgement.
      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:  Humanresources@aseschool.org
      Subject:  Upper School and Middle School Classics Instructor

      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Middle School Spanish

      The Middle School Spanish curriculum uses proficiency-oriented language instruction as a framework for organizing formative activities and assessment.  Language learners practice the four modes of communication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) in order to communicate meaningfully, effectively, and creatively in the target language for real-life purposes. The curriculum is supported by the ACTFL Guiding Principles for Language Learning. 
       
      Spanish A is an introduction to the study of the target language and its culture, focusing on the development of communicative and cultural competence. It is designed for students beginning the study of the language for the first time and/or for those who have had minimal exposure to the language at previous grade levels.  Units include: It’s Nice to Meet you, Here & Now: Organizing My Schedule, the novel Pedro Va a Colombia, Who Am I?, New Friends, and My School Life. 
       
      Spanish B is part of a sequential program that builds on the previous study of the target language and its culture(s) in Spanish A or the elementary grades. Emphasis is placed on the ongoing progressive development of the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing within a given context, extending the use of the language beyond first person narrative and basic essential communication. Units include: Portraits, Family, the novel Brandon Brown vs Yucatan, Street Food, The World of Sports, Fashion, and Vacations. 
       
      Spanish C is part of a sequential program that builds on previous study of the target language and its culture(s) in Spanish B.  Students participate in simple conversational situations by combining and recombining learned elements of the language orally and in writing. They are able to begin to move beyond basic survival needs and interact on issues of everyday life inside and outside of the classroom setting.  The major means of communication between students and teacher will be in the target language. Units include: Houses & Homes, The Community, the novel Esperanza, Celebrations, Routine, Tourism, and the novel Los Bakers van a Peru. 
       
      Courses utilize authentic sources of print and recorded media from the Hispanophone world to develop thematic units for Spanish A-C.  The creation and delivery of units is supported by resources such as Adiostextbook, Yabla and IXL. The ideal candidate is fluent in Spanish (speaking and written communication), has working knowledge of authentic or skill-based assessment practices, is committed to professional development and cultural competency, and strives to make real-world connections to Spanish content

      Responsibilities
      • Plan and deliver lessons focused on Spanish, utilizing creative and engaging teaching techniques
      • Support student knowledge through a deep conceptual understanding of the Spanish language (verbal and written), culture, and geography
      • Provide opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding through the use of project-based learning and varied assessment practices
      • Assess individual student strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, address concerns as needed
      • Communicate effectively with students and parents course content and classroom expectations
      Qualifications
      • Bachelor's degree in Spanish or Language Education (Master's degree preferred in either Spanish or Language Studies)
      • 3 to 5 years of teaching experience
      • A deep understanding of Spanish to support the Middle School Spanish program
      • Passionate about working with middle school students, grades 6-8
      • Committed to creating a student-centered, engaging classroom experience
      • Willing to use technology through the use of 1:1 student devices
      • Experience with pedagogical strategies associated with Teaching Proficiency Through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) and Comprehensive Input
      • Dynamic, energetic, and able to incorporate lessons and activities that support a highly motivated learning environment
      This position has an August 1st start date and will report to the Middle School Division Head and Spanish Department Chair. 

      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to: humanresources@aseschool.org
      Subject: Middle School Spanish 

      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Middle School History - 7th Grade

      The Middle School history curriculum focuses on the study of Western Civilization from the ancient world to 1600.  The curriculum is supported by the Great Lives series of biographies which was written and is self-published by All Saints’ Episcopal School.  Seventh grade Ancient History covers basic geography in addition to the survey of the period from 10,000 B.C. to 8 A.D. which includes Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Greek and Roman civilizations.  The traditional chronological history is enhanced by the additional examination of the geography, literature, and art history of the areas studied.   

      The foundations of the class utilize the understanding of primary documents, exploring historical evidence, organize and communicate historical information, and analyze and interpret maps and visual organizers.  The ideal candidate has working knowledge of authentic or skill-based assessment practices, is committed to professional development and cultural competency, and strives to make real-world connections to historical content
       
      Responsibilities
      • Plan and deliver lessons focused on Ancient history, utilizing creative and engaging teaching techniques
      • Support student knowledge through a deep conceptual understanding of important historical events, inventions, and creating a connection from the past to the present
      • Provide opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding through the use of project-based learning and varied assessment practices
      • Assess individual student strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, address concerns as needed
      • Communicate effectively with students and parents course content and classroom expectations  
      Qualifications
      • Bachelor's degree in History (Master's degree preferred in either History or Middle Education with a History focus)
      • 3 to 5 years of teaching experience
      • A deep understanding of Ancient History to support a rigorous middle school history program
      • Passionate about working with middle school students
      • Committed to creating a student-centered, engaging classroom experience
      • Willing to use and experiment with technology through the use of 1:1 student devices
      This position has an August 1st start date and will report to the Middle School Division Head and History Department chair. 

      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
      Subject: Middle School History
       
      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • Lower School Substitute

      All Saints’ Episcopal School, Lower Division seeks experienced, energetic, and motivated substitute teachers to work with elementary aged children, from kindergarten to grade six. In order to be successful in our classrooms and aid students in their daily classroom tasks and learning activities, the following is essential. The substitute teacher role requires:
      • One to follow the regular teacher’s lesson plans (written and orally) to ensure consistency within learning;
      • Assign classwork and homework according to lesson plans;
      • Evaluate and provide feedback on student progress during instruction;
      • Communicate effectively with other faculty members and staff;
      • Comply with polices and operating procedures;
      • Maintain and manage classroom behavior in a positive environment, and lastly;
      • Supervise students out of class in different areas of the school such as hallways and in the cafeteria.
      • Required Skills Needed For Applicants:
      • College degree, preferably in education or child-centered degree;
      • Teaching certificate is a plus;
      • Available to accept a substitute position the day one is needed and/or accept jobs if scheduled ahead of time;
      • Able to perform light physical work such as walking students to different location   in the school and standing for extended periods of time and;
      • Complete interview process as well as background check.
      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
      Subject: Lower School Substitute
       
      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
    • After School, Extended Day Program - Staff Member

      All Saints’ Episcopal School is seeking individuals to fill staff member positions in our After School, Extended Day Program called Recharge. Recharge provides All Saints’ Episcopal School students with the opportunity to engage in an enriching, fun, and nurturing environment beyond traditional school hours. Under the direction of the Director of Extracurricular Activities, Recharge Team Members will monitor and interact with students, participate in planning activities for students, and help to create a safe, engaging environment.

      This is a part-time position.  Hours are between 2:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. as needed on school days.  Additional hours may be available for scheduled events.

      Job Duties:
      • Maintain a safe environment for students participating in Recharge; become familiar with emergency procedures, participate in first aid training sessions, and implement procedures and training as needed
      • Collaborate, assist, and implement daily activities with other Recharge Team Members to enhance students’ daily experiences in Extended Day.
      • Maintain a positive, nurturing attitude toward all Recharge Team Members and students.
      • Oversee students daily in physical and creative activities on the playground and in classrooms.
      • Assist in maintaining program standards of student behavior appropriate for interactive, energetic activities; assist in conflict resolution involving students and effectively communicate with the Director of Extracurricular Activities on discipline issues.
      • Assist in check-in and check-out procedures.
      • Participate in quarterly staff meetings and professional development.
      • Act as a liaison between parents, other Recharge Team Members, and the Director of Extracurricular Activities.
      • Preform related duties assigned by the Director of Extracurricular Activities.
      Minimum Qualifications:
      • At least 18
      • High school diploma or equivalent required
      • Experience working with children
      • Must pass a criminal background check and have positive verification of references
      Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
      Subject:  Recharge Team Member
        
      All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.

    Employee Benefits

    List of 7 items.

    • Culture of Support

      • All Saints' is known for a culture of support from peers but also parents. The generous parent auxiliaries sponsor Faculty Appreciation Week, provide gift cards at the beginning of the year, and holiday pies around Thanksgiving.
      • Each new employee is paired with a mentor outside of their discipline who can answer questions and guide the new employee in the nuances of navigating a new workplace.
      • The faculty and staff participate in service learning efforts twice a year to build teamwork internally, support our broader community and set a positive example for our families. 
    • Paid Time Off

      Employees enjoy School Holidays (including Spring Break, Thanksgiving and Christmas Break), as well as vacation time and paid sick leave for Staff, and paid personal time for Faculty.
    • Insurance

      • School pays 90% of employee's medical premium
      • Dental + Vision
      • Life Insurance
      • Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance
      • Voluntary Life Insurance for family
      • Teladoc
    • Retirement Pension Plan with TIAA

      After one year of employment the School contributes 5% of the employee's monthly salary; after two years of employment, the School contributes up to an additional 5% match.
    • Flexible Spending Account

      Participation in this plan decreases employee taxable income and includes dependent care and unreimbursed medical and dental expenses.
    • Professional Development & Continuing Education

      Faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in professional development and the School may financially support approved courses of study, workshops and conferences. Examples have included the NAIS Annual Conference, Stanford Challenge Success Conference, TCU's Culinary Medicine Workshops, on-campus speakers and workshops, and Master's degrees. In addition to structured coursework, the School awards Faculty Excellence Awards from generous donors for faculty who present innovative ideas and implementation plans that positively impact student learning. 
    • Additional Benefits

      • Free lunch through SAGE Dining Services in a world-class facility 
      • Campus athletic facilities and free workout classes

    Interview Process

    If the qualifications meet the need of the position, the Division/Department Head will contact the candidate for an interview and subsequently schedule a second interview with relevant colleagues, and a final interview with the Head of School, if necessary. Once the Department/Division Head and the Head of School agree on a candidate, the Division/Department Head will contact the candidate to make the offer.

    Why Fort Worth?

    Fort Worth, Texas is the 16th largest and one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, home to world-class museums, western culture, a bustling food scene, and prime proximity to Dickies Arena, Globe Life Park, AT&T Stadium and DFW Airport. Neighboring universities include Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, University of North Texas Health Science Center and Texas A&M School of Law. Local multinational corporations include Bell Helicopter, Lockheed Martin, American Airlines, BNSF Railway, and Alcon Laboratories. Fort Worth is also a fantastic family city, home to the No. 4 zoo in the nation; 70 miles of exploration on the Trinity Trails; the Botanic Gardens with Discovery Days and a summer concert series with the Fort Worth Symphony; Casa Manana, a children's theatre; and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, to name a few. Learn more about Fort Worth and all the wonder it has to offer.

    Fort Worth At-A-Glance
    • 6th fastest-growing city in America (Forbes) 
    • 2nd top city for job seekers (Forbes)
    • 10th hottest housing market (Forbes)
    • Ranked no. 3 for large cities with the fastest-growing economy (wallethub.com)
    • Best Downtown in America (livability.com)
    • 3-time All-America City (allamericacityaward.com)
    • 4 hours or less from 148 U.S. destinations through DFW International Airport
    • Nonstop service to 56 international locations through DFW Airport


    Why All Saints'

    Working at All Saints' is about more than just work; faculty and staff have daily opportunities to lead, serve and shape the world through the young lives they impact in meaningful and lasting ways. Our faculty are recognized by the broader community for their innovation and commitment to our students; in fact, members of our faculty have been named a Top Teacher by Fort Worth Magazine more than six years in a row. Learn more about the unique benefits of working at All Saints' in the right sidebar, above.  
    All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.
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