A Collegiate education aims to help students become the leaders of the future. To that end, Collegiate seeks qualified individuals with the knowledge, skills and abilities to enhance the student experience and strengthen our community.
Collegiate attracts talented and dedicated faculty who serve as teachers, mentors, advisors, coaches and role models for Collegiate students. Our intentionally small learning environment and community emphasis upon active engagement in the life of the school allows Collegiate faculty and students to build powerful and lasting relationships in the classroom, on the playing fields, in the studio and on the stage.
Collegiate welcomes employment inquiries at any time during the year. Most interviewing and hiring for teaching and administrative positions occur between the months of January and May. Clerical and support staff positions have a more varied hiring calendar.
Apply to Collegiate
Candidates interested in faculty, staff or administrative positions with Louisville Collegiate School should send a cover letter, resume, application, background check, transcripts and references to firstname.lastname@example.org or the contact on the job posting.
Upper School Physics Long Term Substitute
Working closely with colleagues in the Science Department, the Upper School physics substitute teacher will teach three sections of Honors Physics and be called on to promote high levels of learning in an engaging and effective manner using a variety of instructional methodologies and curriculum resources.
LOWER SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHER
Louisville Collegiate School seeks a full-time Lower School Music teacher starting in the 2018-2019 school year. In partnership with department colleagues and lower school teachers, the instructor is responsible for introducing musical literacy, integrating movement, and inspiring a love of music to grades K-5. The strongest candidates will present prior teaching experience and the ability to inspire creativity and joy among young students.
We are currently seeking qualified substitute teachers for grades Kindergarten through 12. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and teaching experience. Qualified individuals should submit the employment application, resume and letter of interest stating which division(s), Lower (K-5), Middle (6-8) and/or Upper (9-12), there is interest in substitute teaching to Joni LeDoux at email@example.com.
Louisville Area Information
Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Louisville is the 16 largest city in the United States with a metropolitan population of approximately 700,000. The city features the amenities of a large urban environment while also maintaining the affordability, easy access and southern charm of a smaller city. Louisville’s cost of living is approximately 20% lower than the national average and the city features a vibrant arts community, extensive park system, eclectic restaurants, affordable housing and easy commutes.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Louisville Collegiate School is an equal opportunity employer. Collegiate complies with and adheres to all state and federal anti-discrimination laws with respect to its employment practices. Collegiate does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability or any other category protected under state or federal law. This policy extends to recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, assignment, working conditions, promotions, transfers, termination, re-employment, education, tuition assistance, employee treatment and all other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. All employment-related decisions are made on a nondiscriminatory basis so as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity.