Ridgeview happily accepts applications throughout the year for ALL faculty and staff positions, regardless of whether a specific position has been posted, as jobs periodically become available throughout the year. Teachers are hired based upon their mastery of academic disciplines and ability to convey knowledge to young people. Certification is neither required nor preferred.
Please follow the application procedures outlined below. Thank you for your interest in Ridgeview Classical Schools. For more details about open faculty positions, please email our Executive Assistant.
A complete application packet includes a Ridgeview Application Form, a resume or CV, a one-page letter of interest, a one-page letter detailing your philosophy of education, reference letters, and copies of transcripts. These materials may be submitted via email to the Executive Assistant.Download a .pdf file of the application form here: EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION
Elementary Faculty: Fourth Grade
Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate about their discipline, creative, teachable, and excited to work with a broad range of pupils to ensure that their pupils are adequately prepared for the rigors of the upper school curriculum. Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with a teacher certification and would rather solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in a core subject such as history, mathematics, science, or literature. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Written and oral communication skills, punctuality, a strong work ethic, and collegiality are essential. Interested applicants should provide the following: a one-page statement regarding their educational philosophy, a one-page statement regarding their interest in a faculty position at Ridgeview, a completed application (see above), a résumé or curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and any letters of recommendation or reference that are pertinent.
Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for a telephone or in-person interview with the Principal. If successful, candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach at the school and interview with a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made. All applications and applicant materials should be submitted to the Executive Assistant.
Ridgeview Classical Schools is a not-for-profit public school established to provide students with a first-rate, liberal arts, classical education. For seventeen years, Ridgeview has offered students an unparalleled educational opportunity rarely matched by other schools within the charter school community. It is unique in its unequivocal commitment to the classical tradition.
Presently, we are seeking a Development Coordinator to lead Ridgeview’s fundraising efforts. The Coordinator will help design, implement, and coordinate organization-wide donor relations and steward a program to generate support from new and existing donors, identify top prospects, manages correspondence, and strengthen relationships.
The Coordinator will work with other administrators to develop an understanding of all areas of Ridgeview’s mission and philosophy. Qualified candidates should have previous experience in development, be committed to classical education, and capable of working collaboratively with other administrators. The school will offer a competitive salary and benefits. All applications should be submitted to the Executive Assistant.
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