Thank you for your interest in joining the faculty and staff community of All Saints’ Episcopal School. The School, located in west Fort Worth, is a co-educational Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade college-preparatory day school serving approximately 1,050 students. The All Saints’ employee community is committed to the School’s mission. If you are a dedicated professional who can provide a superior educational experience for our students, we welcome the opportunity to discuss employment opportunities with you.

Employment Opportunities

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  • Lower School Second Grade

    All Saints’ Episcopal School, a nationally recognized college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas, has a Lower School teaching opening for the 2018-2019 school year. Lower School is comprised of Kindergarten through Sixth Grade. Second Grade has 4 classes of approximately 18 students each. Each classroom is self-contained and the teacher is responsible for instruction in reading/English language arts, writing, math, science, and social studies. Specialists deliver instruction in Godly play, Spanish, science lab, PE, fine art, music, technology, and chess. 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.  Training, background, and experience in elementary education are required. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential.

    Qualifications/Experience:  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.

    Lower School Teacher candidates should have a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience, ideally in an independent school, and preferably with a master’s degree. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential.

    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.
    This position will report to the Lower School Division Head and will have an August 1, 2018 start date.
     
    Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
    Subject: Second Grade


    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.


  • Upper School English Teacher: grades 9-12

    All Saints’ Episcopal School is currently seeking a dynamic, energetic, and experienced Upper School English teacher for the 2018 – 2019 school year. The ideal candidate has at least five years’ experience teaching all levels of upper school English and has independent school experience. He or she will be passionate about classroom teaching, have experience with curriculum development, and be eager to establish meaningful relationships with students. The candidate must have experience teaching various levels and courses within the English discipline, have a good understanding of English best practices, and be able to provide a positive student centered learning environment.

    Qualifications: The candidate should have at least five years of experience teaching 9-12 English at an independent school. Bachelor’s degree in English required, master’s degree or higher is preferred.

    Responsibilities:
    • Teach up to six sections of English on a modular “A/B” schedule.• Have broad knowledge of literature, including contemporary and canonical works.
    • Model and teach critical thinking skills
    • Model and teach composition and writing in a student-centered learning environment.
    • Offer daily tutoring from 7:45 -8:45 am
    • Attend all faculty and/or staff meetings required by your division and department.
    • Participate in the Upper School Advisory Program
    • Maintain constructive communication with parents throughout the year, as well as during parent/teacher conferences.
    This position will report to the Upper School Division Head and English Department Chair, and has a start date of August 1, 2018

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

    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.
  • Dean of Curriculum & Director of Tad Bird Honors College

    All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth (www.aseschool.org), the largest age 3 to grade 12 independent college preparatory Episcopal School in Tarrant County, is seeking a Dean of Curriculum & Director of the Tad Bird Honors College beginning July 1, 2018. Internationally recognized for its balanced program of excellence, All Saints’ serves over 1,000 students with 180+ faculty and staff. The exceptional academic and co-curricular program is affirmed through consistently strong college placement complemented by top awards and accolades for performances and results in arts and athletics. More importantly, All Saints’ Episcopal School is a relationship centric, servant leadership community.

    Established in 2013, the Tad Bird Honors College is a selective, cohort-based, four-year program for highly motivated All Saints’ students who seek innovative solutions to pressing problems facing humanity on a local, national, and global scale. Students will engage with All Saints’ faculty, fellow students, scholars, and our wider community as they grapple with complexity and seek to discover and manifest their genius within.

    Honors College courses develop higher-order analytical skills while emphasizing student leadership, cultural literacy, and student ownership of the learning process. Traditional lectures and tests are replaced by multi-faceted projects, presentations, research-driven writing, collaborative endeavors, and roundtable discussions on critical issues. Students have significant latitude in developing their own unique processes, and their final products reflect this same individuality. The overarching objective at all points is to help students realize the importance of actively engaging with complex ideas, devising solutions, and communication through a variety of modes. Beginning with integrated humanities coursework in grades 9 and 10 and culminating in the Junior Honors Thesis and Senior Capstone projects, Honors College students move through a 4-year process that helps them emerge as confident researchers, scholars, and citizens who will discover their “genius within’ and share it with the world.

    Overarching Objectives:
    • Cultivate rapport with faculty and facilitate collaboration and teacher-leadership across all divisions
    • Connect with faculty from all disciplines and across divisions to expand the influence, implementation, and faculty ownership of research-based teaching and learning models throughout All Saints’
    • Ensure vertical and horizontal continuity of core skill-based outcomes across divisions and departments
    • Lead internal professional development and identify external PD opportunities most relevant to school’s short- and long-term goals for teaching and learning
    • Showcase and implement innovative coursework, modeling the principles of a master teacher
    • Assist in the marketing of All Saints’ academic programs, including the Honors College, to a variety of constituents
    Specific Duties:
    Teaching, Learning, & Research:
    • Teach at least one class within the four-year HC sequence (HC English I; HC World History: Global Issues; Junior Honors Thesis; Senior Capstone).
    • Regularly update curricula for all HC courses alongside the Asst. Director and other Honors College faculty to ensure scaffolding of skills and outcomes
    • Oversee the EC-12 curriculum and provide recommendations for correcting gaps, improving the scaffolding of content and skills, and facilitating greater interdivisional / interdepartmental collaboration
    • Review all proposed substantive changes to curriculum for consistency with research-based best practices, All Saints’ desired student and faculty outcomes, and the school’s mission
    • Remain up to date on best practices in education, ensuring that All Saints’ curricula move towards full alignment with 21st century learning and the ‘5 Cs’
    • Employ research skills (qualitative & quantitative) to assess the efficacy and impact of academic programming
    • Professional Development Leadership
    • Serve as point person in the continued implementation of the three-year Professional Growth & Development Model
    • Observe, supervise, and provide formative feedback (via informal observations) to faculty at different stages in the 3-year Professional Growth & Development Model, and assist in developing individualized professional growth plans
    • Develop internal professional development / in-service endeavors that facilitate the implementation of research-driven curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment practices at the whole school, divisional, departmental, and individual classroom levels
    • Provide training and ensure all EC-12 curricula are accurately reflected on All Saints’ Rubicon Atlas, and that curricula are updated regularly
    • Curate professional development resources, including using allocated funds to purchase access to key academic journals dealing with grade level- and subject-specific research on curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment.
    • Serve as a resource for faculty, recommending PD workshops, speakers, programs, outside school observations, etc. that benefit teaching and learning at All Saints’.
    Honors College Leadership:
    • Connect with faculty from all disciplines and across divisions to develop and pilot teaching methods and curriculum within the HC and provide leadership to expand the influence of the Honors College philosophy throughout All Saints’
    • Design and oversee, with help from HC faculty, Admissions Office, and Senior Administration, the admissions process for rising 9th grade Honors College candidates and riding 11th grade Junior Honors Thesis candidates
    • Coordinate, alongside the Asst. Director of the HC, bringing visiting scholars and/or artists in residence to All Saints’ campus, preferably one during each of the Fall and Spring semesters
    • Work with all division heads and department chairs to ensure Visiting Scholar / Artist in Residence program has an impact on students from all grade levels wherever feasible
    • Coordinate evening events featuring Visiting Scholars / Artists in Residence for all constituents with help from the executive assistant to the Head of School, communications office, and other administrative liaisons
    • Design, coordinate, and lead the Induction Retreat for incoming 9th grade Honors College students in early August
    • Maintain budget for all facets of the Honors College program
    Communication & Outreach
    • Attend division head meetings and co-chair department chair meetings
    • Assist Communications Office with creation of materials highlighting elements of curriculum and Honors College program for all constituencies
    • Attend, and occasionally present at, major educational conferences (e.g. SAES, NAIS, etc.) to highlight programs and represent All Saints’
    • Attend, and speak at, meetings for current, new, and prospective parents throughout the school year.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head of School and division heads.
    Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest and resume’ to:
    Humanresources@aseschool.org
    Subject: Dean of Curriculum & Director of Tad Bird Honors College


    All Saints' Episcopal School, Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid, and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin with a commitment to diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.
  • Director of Enrollment Management

    All Saints’ Episcopal School is currently seeking a dynamic, energetic and Director of Enrollment Management

    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth (www.aseschool.org), the largest age 3 – grade 12 independent Episcopal school in Fort Worth, Texas seeks a dynamic, energetic, enrollment management professional to serve as the next Director of Enrollment Management beginning July 2018. This position is responsible for the school’s strategic leadership of enrollment planning with a focus on the areas of recruitment, admission, financial aid, information management, retention, and institutional research. The Director will play a key role in the All Saints' community by working collaboratively to advance the School’s mission and vision.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Implement (annually) a strategic mission driven enrollment management plan designed to achieve both short-term and long-term enrollment goals
    • Provide dynamic leadership to the School’s team of certified admission professionals
    • Work with the Chief Financial Officer and the Finance Committee to design and administer an effective and sustainable financial aid strategy
    • Guide the development of the school’s strategies for marketing, communications, admission, enrollment and retention in ways that are consistent with the school’s mission
    • Ensure a dynamic, relationship-centric ambassador program to engage parents, students and faculty members
    • Research, monitor, understand, and analyze emerging local, regional, and national demographic trends that affect independent school enrollment, and provide meaningful reporting to the Head of School and Board of Trustees to inform decision-making
    • Nurture a community wide focus on best retention practices
    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE:
    • 5-10 years of progressive enrollment management leadership experience
    • Strong interpersonal skills with the demonstrated ability to develop relationships across all constituencies
    • Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills
    • Strong comfort level with data driven decision-making
    • Strategic leadership of a wide variety of marketing platforms, analytics and emerging technologies to measure success strategies and effectively recruit and retain a balanced student body
    • Proven strong presentation skills and presence
    • A strong customer focus as well as excellent analytical and problem solving skills
    • Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities and deadlines simultaneously
    • Strategic thinking coupled with the attention to detail needed for successful planning and execution
    • Understanding of data management systems and computer applications and a willingness and ability to learn as needed
    • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusivity
    • Masters degree or higher required
    COMPENSATION:
    Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Excellent health and retirement benefits are part of the employment package.

    This position reports to the Head of School and Chief Financial Officer and has a start date of July 1, 2018.

    Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest and resume’ to:
    Humanresources@aseschool.org
    Subject: Director of Enrollment Management


    All Saints' Episcopal School, Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid, and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin with a commitment to diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.
  • Technology Integration Specialist

    All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth (www.aseschool.org), the largest age 3 to grade 12 independent college preparatory Episcopal School in Tarrant County, is seeking a Technology Integration Specialist beginning July 1, 2018. Internationally recognized for its balanced program of excellence, All Saints’ serves over 1,000 students with 180+ faculty and staff. The exceptional academic and co-curricular program is affirmed through consistently strong college placement complemented by top awards and accolades for performances and results in arts and athletics. More importantly, All Saints’ Episcopal School is a relationship centric, servant leadership community.

    The position of Technology Integration Specialist (TIS) promotes the use of technologies to support student achievement in the PreK-12 classroom. The primary focus of the TIS is to provide leadership to classroom teachers to innovate their classrooms and to successfully integrate the use of effective strategies, multiple technologies, and digital literacies in order to differentiate and enhance student learning, including strengthening of technology skills of students and teachers. The TIS must be proficient in current technology resources in an educational environment with the following required skills or experiences: teaching, knowledge of academic standards, assessment testing, technology devices, and navigation and application of relevant web resources.

    Responsibilities and Assigned Tasks
    • Plans, collaborates, organizes, mentors, and facilitates with PreK-12 teachers composing effective technology-infused, content-based lessons, and supports the teachers as they implement the lessons in their classrooms
    • Facilitates the use of research-based instructional technology teaching strategies and best practices to address the needs of teachers and school goals
    • Builds professional development programs for administrators, faculty, and staff in the use of software applications, hardware, Internet resources, system policies and practices, technology integration strategies and initiatives
    • Models appropriate and differentiated teaching strategies for integrating technology into the classroom
    • Researches new technologies and digital literacies that enhance educational instruction
    • Guide development of STEAM education in cooperation with Dean of Curriculum and Department Chairs; advocate for integration of “21st century skills” into pedagogy.
    • Teach 1-2 student classes as part of the Upper or Middle School Divisions
    • Adhere to, and promote the ethics of copyright law application and the Child Online Protection Act, along with the social media policy
    • Serves as the liaison between the teaching staff and technology staff, providing input and priorities for classroom technology
    • Works in close collaboration with Technology Department and Library staff to provide the highest standard of instructional support.
    • Position reports to Dean of Curriculum and will work with Division Heads in all grades as well as Executive Council.
    • Nurture and grow student technology clubs, student helpers, and independent study students.
    Candidate Requirements
    • Master’s degree or higher, preferably in advanced education in Instructional Technology or a STEAM discipline
    • A successful track record of exploring and implementing new standards of best practices for integration of technology and learning;
    • 2-3 years of successful full-time experience as a classroom teacher; 2-3 years experience educating teachers or adults in the integration of technology for instruction and productivity;
    • Demonstrated success in coordinating STEAM-related educational initiatives
    • Dynamic instructional style for both faculty professional development and classroom
    • Ability to manage a dynamic and complex program;
    • Creative and entrepreneurial teaching skills including design thinking;
    • Highly-respected and ethically-balanced interpersonal skills;
    • Ability to work with a broad range of faculty and students, expressed through collaborative and collegial exchanges;
    Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest and resume’ to:
    Humanresources@aseschool.org
    Subject: Technology Integration Specialist



    All Saints' Episcopal School, Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid, and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin with a commitment to diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.
  • Upper School Spanish Teacher: grades 9-12

    All Saints’ Episcopal School is currently seeking a dynamic, energetic and collaborative educator who is passionate about teaching the Spanish language and culture to students in levels III & IV. The ideal candidate is experienced in teaching high school Spanish at an independent school. He or she will have enthusiasm to engage and lead the teenage learner in and out of the classroom. The candidate must have knowledge of teaching various levels of intermediate and advanced levels of Spanish as well as best practices for maintaining a positive learning environment. The Spanish teacher is expected to attend all Upper School staff meetings, All-School staff meetings, and retreats as well as participating in the life of the school.

    An undergraduate degree in Spanish is required, and a Masters in Education is preferred. Study or work abroad experience is desirable.

    Responsibilities:
    • Teach up to six sections of novice-high to intermediate-mid Spanish
    • Teaching proficiency-oriented language instruction as a general framework for organizing instruction, curriculum, and assessment.
    • Teaching students about the practice of the four modes of communication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) in order to communicate meaningfully, effectively, creatively, and helping them to develop respect and understanding of the Hispanic culture.
    • Teach the classes while speaking 90% of the time in comprehensible Spanish
    • Promote a positive and energetic learning environment while advancing the cognitive, emotional, and social well-being of the students
    • Maintain good communication with parents throughout the year as well as during Parent/Teacher conferences
    • Willingness to collaborate with department members to design innovative curriculum
    • Willingness to accept additional duties that may include serving as an advisor.
    This position will report to the Upper School Division Head and Modern Language Department Chair and has a start date of August 1, 2018.

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

    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.

  • Life Safety Staff Part-time

    All Saints’ Episcopal School serving students from 3 years to 12th grade, is a leading college-preparatory day school offering programs of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines. Our primary campus is on 44 acres and the athletics fields and wetlands are on an additional 103 acres.

    Essential Functions:
    • Ensure the safety, well-being and security of The School and stakeholders by providing campus patrol, access control and record keeping
    • Demonstrate excellent customer service skills and servant leadership qualities
    • Be able to respond to emergencies and provide the necessary assistance as deemed by each situation
    • Participate in training programs to increase individual’s skills related to assignments
    • Working in shifts of either Tuesday through Friday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or Tuesday through Friday 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Saturday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of five years of relevant experience
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Proficiency in computer skills
    • Capable of following complex instructions
    • Participate in screening policies that include a background check and drug screening
    • Comply with all state regulations that apply to Life Safety staff.
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
    • Be able to stand for long periods of time while sometimes working in inclement weather.

    This position in a non-exempt part-time position and reports to the Life Safety Manager and Chief Financial Officer

    Interested Candidates should email a letter of interest and resume’ to: humanresources@aseschool.org
    Subject: Life Safety Staff


    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic, financial aid and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.

Medical Insurance
School pays 95% of employee premium
Retirement Pension Plan with TIAA
After one year of employment the School contributes 5% of the employee's monthly salary; after year two of employment the School contributes up to an additional 5% match
Flexible Spending Account (Section 125 Plan)
Participation in this plan decreases employee taxable income; includes dependent care and unreimbursed medical and dental expenses
Paid Time Off
Sick, Vacation time for Staff, Personal Time for Faculty, School Holidays
Professional Development & Continuing Education Reimbursement
Faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in professional development and the School may financially support (partially) approved courses of study, workshops and conferences
Additional Benefits
Life Insurance, ST & LT Disability Insurance
Voluntary Life Insurance for family
Dental, Vision, Teladoc
Campus athletic facilities workout equipment
All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal opportunity employer and administers its personnel, admission, academic,
financial aid and athletic programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.



All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.
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