Employment Opportunities

Instructional Assistant / After School Program Assistant

Seabury School is an independent school serving students in preschool through 8th grade.  As the only independent school for highly capable students in the South Puget Sound region, Seabury offers passionate, energetic, creative people with the opportunity to help bright children discover their passions and develop their talents.

Seabury is seeking an assistant for our classrooms and after school program from 12-6 daily. During the school day, the assistant will be monitoring recess and working with small groups of children. The after school portion of the day will include supervising both structured and unstructured activities, snack and homework time. 

Qualified candidates are those with experience working with children and a desire to be part of making the classroom an active, supportive, engaging learning environment.  The instructional assistant will work as a team with classroom teachers to support instruction and supervise children. After school duties include, but are not limited to supervising students, helping with structured activities, and serving and cleaning up snack under the supervision of the after care coordinator. High energy and a desire to be part of a hands-on learning program for highly capable children is required.  Must be able to work well as a team with classroom teachers and other school personnel. 

Candidate must have relevant experience, and the successful candidate will be expected to register in the MERIT system and meet all Department of Children, Youth and Family (DCYF) requirements for childcare providers including STARS training, Portable Background Check, First Aid, CPR, Bloodborne Pathogens, etc. Those who do not currently meet all DCYF requirements will be required to complete them as soon as possible.

To apply, submit a letter of interest, 3 references and a resume to the Seabury office at office@seabury.org.  Please visit our website at www.seabury.org for more information about the school.

Seabury School is committed to diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical disabilities.

Details:

Monday – Friday  |  6 hours per day (12-6 pm)  |  Pay DOE  |  Position is open until filled.



Long Term Substitute Teacher

Seabury School is an independent school serving students in preschool through 8th grade.  As the only independent school for highly capable students in the South Puget Sound region, Seabury offers passionate, energetic, creative people with the opportunity to help bright children discover their passions and develop their talents through a thematic curriculum and an emphasis on the development of critical and creative thinking.

Seabury is looking for a long term substitute teacher. A current teaching credential and a Bachelor’s degree are required. Primary grade teaching experience and a background in gifted education is preferred.

Teachers who are passionate about providing personalized, appropriately challenging educational opportunities for young gifted children, are creative, enthusiastic facilitators of learning, who have experience with project based curriculum development, and who enjoy working in a collaborative teaching environment are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have excellent communication skills with children, parents and other staff members; an interest in working as part of a teaching team; a high level of energy and creativity; and the desire to build a positive, supportive environment for children.

To apply, submit a letter of interest, 3 references and a resume to the Seabury office at office@seabury.org.  Please visit our website at www.seabury.org for more information about the school. 

Seabury School is committed to diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical disability.

This position is open until filled. Likely timeline of the position is the end of January through the end of April, but the long term substitute may be needed sooner. Long term sub candidates should be available in the next few months to come spend time with the class.

Pay DOE



SeaburySquared teachers 

Are you a teacher, scientist, mathematician, artist, designer, musician, writer, engineer or computer scientist who would enjoy sharing your expertise with academically advanced students who would love to learn about your field from an expert like you? SeaburySquared: the Center for Gifted Education is seeking instructors for enrichment classes designed to engage and challenge academically advanced elementary and middle school students. SeaburySquared classes are offered to students in the community who want to dig deeper, know more or find greater challenge than they find in typical school programs. They want authentic learning from experts who are engaged in the fields they are studying.

If you are interested in proposing a class offering or teaching a class using SeaburySquared curriculum materials, we want to hear from you! Contact Jenn Parker, SeaburySquared Coordinator.






Substitute teachers

Seabury is looking for substitute teachers. A current teaching credential and a Bachelor’s degree are required. Primary grade teaching experience and a background in gifted education is preferred.

Seabury School is committed to diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical disabilities.

These positions are open until filled.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest and resume to the Seabury office at office@seabury.org.

Pay DOE





Substitute teacher aides 
Seabury School is also seeking substitute teachers aides for all grade levels. Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest and resume to the Seabury office at office@seabury.org

Pay DOE

Seabury School is committed to diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical disabilities.



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