Careers

Recognition of Saint Stephen’s as one of the most respected independent, college-preparatory schools in the nation is a byproduct of the expertise and dedication of our talented administration, faculty and staff. As a Saint Stephen’s colleague, you are an integral part of a team that provides a full range of experiences for students in an environment defined by a commitment to quality, caring, collaboration and mutual respect. Along with competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefit program, and a focus on continued personal and professional development, working at Saint Stephen’s delivers a special sense of satisfaction. You become part of the Saint Stephen’s family and a unique workplace culture that – no matter what your role – means you make an impact on the lives of students every day.

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College Counselor

The ideal candidate for this position will have experience working in a college admission office as well as familiarity with independent high schools. In addition, the candidate will have the requisite skills to successfully guide adolescents and their parents through the college application process.

Candidates:
Candidates interested in this position should send their cover letter and resume to Andrew Forrester- aforrester@saintstephens.org.


Middle and Upper School Librarian

Reports To:

Directly responsible to the Director of Curriculum and Research
Also responsible to the Middle and Upper School Division Directors.

Qualifications:

The Middle/Upper School Librarian will be supportive of the school and the library and their missions; will hold a MLS or its equivalent; will be technologically-literate; will exhibit good people skills; will understand the school librarian's role as teacher; will possess the ability to take on necessary discipline functions and will exhibit a fair and unbiased attitude in that role; and will have an interest in continuing professional growth.

Responsibilities:

The Middle/Upper School Librarian is responsible for the Sunshine Library, which serves students in grades seven through twelve. This faculty member is responsible for evaluating, selecting, organizing, and managing library resources; collaborating with teachers and providing them with materials that support their instruction; teaching research classes to students; meeting individually with students for readers’ advisory and research consultations; and assisting with technology integration.

Performance Responsibilities:

Administrative Responsibilities:

Educational Responsibilities:

Technical Responsibilities:

Candidates:
Candidates interested in this position should send their cover letter and resume to Christina Pommer - cpommer@saintstephens.org.

Photo of Tanya Creneti, Intermediate School English Teacher

Teaching here is incredibly fulfilling. Our students love learning and the small class sizes allow us to truly know each student. My colleagues are committed to excellence, and we embrace opportunities to collaborate and grow as educators. At the same time, we're given the autonomy and trust to use our professional expertise to develop and guide instruction. Throughout my career, I've always believed in greeting students with a warm smile each morning. As a member of the Saint Stephen’s community, that smile truly comes from the heart.

- Tanya Creneti, Intermediate School English Teacher

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