Employment

Applicants are asked to send resumes and cover letters for posted positions by e-mail to resumes@barrie.org.

Current Openings

  • Administrative Assistant - Montessori (18 mos. - Grade 5)

    *** Interviews will be conducted July 1-10, 2015 ***

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position
    Barrie is seeking a self-motivated, innovative professional to provide administrative and technical support to the Head of Barrie Montessori, families, faculty and staff. This position serves as registrar and first point of contact for the student information database.

    Responsibilities

    • Serve as primary support and registrar for student information system database
    • Collaborate with Admissions and the Business Office to coordinate newly enrolled students
    • Track student attendance in the database
    • Generate data reports as requested
    • Schedule meetings of visitors, faculty, and parents
    • Positively greet and assist walk-in parents, students, and faculty
    • Greet students each morning during 30 minutes of drop-off
    • Care for children waiting for the nurse or other personnel
    • Manage and submit payroll
    • Manage front office email, mail, and phone communications
    • Write and distribute staff meeting agenda and minutes
    • Update and maintain pertinent manuals and handbooks (Emergency Binders, Daily Operations, etc.)
    • Manage duty schedule for student arrival and dismissal
    • Provide administrative and event support for the annual Greater Washington Montessori Conference held at Barrie
    • Plan and execute details of Barrie Montessori events such as New Parent Orientation, Back to Barrie, and parent education
    • Coordinate scheduling of Montessori events and trips (school pictures, field trips)
    • Maintain current and past student files, in accordance with school requirements and COMAR regulations
    • Fulfill transcript requests as needed
    • Coordinate internally with the Business Office, Camp Office, Institute for Advanced office, Barrie Prep, Administrative team, and Admissions office
    • Ensure regulatory compliance with The Maryland Office of Childcare (OCC)
    • Positively represent Barrie when interfacing with outside vendors and other independent schools
    • Monthly management of classroom budgets (tracking ordering, sharing updates)
    • Coordinate Barrie Montessori calendar and use of Montessori facilities.
    • Order Montessori classroom supplies, office supplies, and snack for Primary grades
    • Research assigned topics as requested and prepare associated reports in the required format

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of five years of experience in school or office administration.
    • Experience working in a child-centered environment with a wide range of students, teachers and parents
    • Affinity for technology and proven experience in maintaining and troubleshooting a student information system database or similar system
    • Ability to come up to speed quickly with new and emerging technologies
    • High level of competence with Excel and data reporting
    • Strong Microsoft Office skills, experience with Google Apps for Education, and the ability to utilize other web-based tools for communication, file sharing, and collaboration
    • Experience with event planning and execution
    • Excellent customer service skills and proven ability to support fellow staff and parents in a friendly, respectful, and exemplary manner
    • Excellent organizational, writing, editing, and communication skills to a range of constituents
    • Demonstrated initiative and team-work, and the ability to multi-task are essential
    • Active participation in Barrie School activities
    • Participation in Professional Development opportunities
    • Ability to speak a second language an asset


    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Humanities Teacher

    Barrie School, a student-centered learning community with students from 18 months-Grade 12, seeks a full time Humanities Teacher for 2015-2016.

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    Responsibilities

    The qualified candidate will employ the latest technology and demonstrate a desire and ability to teach outside a traditional classroom setting, utilizing our ponds, trees, wooded trails, streams, and horses. Embracing our values of respect for self, others, and the environment, Barrie teachers are committed to working with a diverse group of learners in a collaborative and flexible community.

    The Humanities Department explores cultures in an interdisciplinary manner, starting with English and History and extending to religion, economics, and philosophy. Classes are double periods. He or she should be comfortable instructing both Middle School and Upper School students.

    Requirements

    The qualified candidate must be eager to advise students and willing to carry out the tasks expected of full-time faculty. In addition to teaching Humanities classes, the teacher will teach one or two trimester-long electives and teach an Extended Study Week program. An interest in coaching, drama, or other after-school activities is expected. Flexibility, a creative spirit, desire to collaborate, and a sense of humor is essential.

    A love of teaching writing and knowledge of differentiation techniques are required.

    A Bachelor’s degree is required; graduate work is preferred.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • On-Call Substitute Teachers (Grades 6-12)

    About Barrie
    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position
    Barrie seeks on-call substitute teachers to assist in the Barrie Prep division, grades 6-12. Candidates must be available on-call to work full day or partial day between 8:00 AM- 3:00pm. $15.00 per hour.

    Applicants must be over 18 years old, be enthusiastic and flexible and enjoy working with teens. Teaching certificate required.

    How to Apply

    Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Database Manager

    Database Manager

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 350 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position

    The Barrie Database Manager will manage the school-wide student information database, and support other data systems for the business office, and admission and development departments. The position will provide support and training for faculty, staff, and parent end users of student information and demographic data by maintaining, managing, and coordinating with various departments, expanding, implementing and maintaining student data systems and data integrity; developing new reports, queries, and/or scripts; serving as liaison between the end user and the software vendor; and providing data reports to school leadership and the board of trustees as requested.

    We seek a person who thrives on the effective visualization of information related to student performance, admission trends, development office information and business office indicators. The candidate should have familiarity with the use of data dashboards and the use of data in guiding institutional planning.

    Responsibilities

    • Serve as the main point of contact when communicating with key personnel, outside software vendors and contractors
    • Fulfill information requests, resolve problems and ensure accurate management of data systems
    • Coordinate with faculty, staff and parents to ensure the integrity and accuracy of student demographic data
    • Develop user support materials to include procedures, reports, work aids, technical documentation, test plans and test data
    • Develop queries and scripts for the purpose of providing specific dashboard data.
    • Maintain and manage user accounts for students, families, faculty and staff to ensure security and data integrity
    • Maintain student attendance data collection in coordination with division administration for the purpose of ensuring compliance with attendance regulations.
    • Stays current of IE, AIMS, NAIS and AMS student data reporting requirements for the purpose of ensuring accurate and compliant annual data submission.
    • Prepare student achievement results in collaboration with division heads
    • Train and support staff to ensure proper and efficient system usage
    • Work with IT staff on system integrity and maintenance functions
    • Perform other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the school

    Requirements

    Four-year degree or any combination equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by three years of experience administering student management systems and database management; and three years working with users in a support and/or training environment and managing student data.

    An affinity for technology, with CRM or SIS experience, user administration and end user training, technology integration, data analysis, strong reporting to include dashboards, and strong vendor relations.

    Experience using MS Access, MS Excel, SQL databases in a public or independent school is highly desired. Highly customer service skills are essential.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Manager of Development & Alumni Relations

    About Barrie
    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position
    The Manager of Development and Alumni Relations will lead Barrie’s fundraising and outreach efforts in support of its mission. The Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s fundraising efforts in order to achieve financial goals and maintain relations with the Barrie community. The Manager will work collaboratively across the organization as others directly contribute to this work program.

    This full-time position will report to the Head of School and will be responsible for annual fund, capital gifts, grant writing and maintaining relationships with alumni and alumni parents.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead all annual fundraising efforts including strategy development and implementation of direct mail and other outreach efforts;
    • Manage and research prospective donors including foundation and corporate support;
    • Collaborate on content of website related to development and fully utilize on-line avenues for fund raising efforts;
    • Execute special development and alumni related community events;
    • Manage vendors and consultants related to capital campaign;
    • Maintain Raiser's Edge and meet all reporting requirements, including annual report;
    • Assist with career events and Grandparents & Special Friends’ Day;
    • Recruit and manage alumni, parent, and staff volunteers;
    • Develop alumni profiles for website/publications and maintain active communication with alumni;
    • Assess potential development opportunities from Barrie Camp and the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies;
    • Liaise with Barrie parent association and student groups on senior gifts and other solicitations;
    • Provide professional development to faculty, staff, and Board members on development areas;
    • Liaise with Board of Trustees’ Advancement Committee.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field with Masters preferred.
    • Minimum of five years of managerial experience;
    • Minimum of five years of fundraising experience with a record of success in cultivating and soliciting gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations;
    • Exemplary oral, written, editing and speaking skills;
    • Experience with event planning and execution;
    • Excellent writing, editing, and speaking skills;
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools – Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
    • Fund raising database proficiency required with ability to analyze and report data (Raiser's Edge preferred);
    • Self-starter with a high degree of motivation, keen attention to detail, and an ability to prioritize against goals and demonstrate quantifiable results;
    • Ability to think strategically and manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment;
    • Ability to build consensus and work effectively within cross-departmental groups;
    • Desire to be part of a community that values diversity, creativity and humor.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Science (Physics) Teacher/Department Chair

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 350 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position

    We seek a scientist with strong interdisciplinary interests and a background in STEM/STEAM initiatives who can motivate and inspire, and has a keen interest in middle and upper-school students. The individual should be able to teach Physics and AP Physics, have broad-based scientific knowledge and leadership experience. Interest in Robotics is a plus. Should the candidate demonstrate leadership qualities it is possible for this person to become the department chair, who will be closely involved with the science team and divisional leadership in driving developments that ensure graduates are qualified to pursue careers in science at competitive universities.

    Requirements

    The qualified candidate will employ the latest technology and demonstrate a desire and ability to teach outside a traditional classroom setting, utilizing our 45 acres of campus resources, including ponds, trees, wooded trails, streams, and horses. Embracing our values of respect for self, others, and the environment, Barrie teachers are committed to working with a diverse group of learners in a collaborative, and flexible community.

    Additionally, the qualified candidate must be eager to advise students and willing to carry out the tasks expected of all full-time faculty. An interest in coaching or other after-school activities is an expectation. A creative spirit and a sense of humor are essential.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Math Teacher (Grades 6-12)

    About Barrie
    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Our program embraces grade level themes and promotes project based learning within and across disciplines.

    About the Position
    Barrie School seeks a grade six through twelve math teacher with experience developing curriculum and a capacity for leadership. We seek an individual who inspires a love of math in students and shows the relevance of math in our daily living and understanding of the world. The qualified candidate must be committed to teaching in a progressive educational environment and possess a deep appreciation of the potential of children.

    Desired Qualifications
    The ideal candidate must be committed to working with a diverse group of learners in a collaborative, student-centered environment. A creative spirit and a sense of humor are essential.

    In addition to fulfilling teaching responsibilities, the qualified candidate must be eager to serve as an advisor to students, be a leader in the community in which they work, and willing to carry out the tasks expected of all faculty. An interest in after-school activities is expected.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Technology Integration Specialist

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position
    Barrie's instructional technology infrastructure and resources include a fully networked campus with broad Wi-Fi access. Teachers and students use desktops and laptop PCs, and iPads. Additionally, Barrie is introducing a Chromebook 1:1 environment for middle school students. Commonly used software include Microsoft's Office Suite, Google Apps, Haiku, Kaymbu, and other cloud-based tools.

    The position is responsible for incorporating technology into teaching and learning both as a tool and as a topic. He or she will accomplish this through direct instruction with students, professional development opportunities with teachers, and collaborative work with teachers in the classroom. While the position will involve support and collaboration with teachers in both our Montessori and Prep programs, the majority of scheduled class time with students and faculty will be in Barrie Prep (grades 6-12).

    The person hired will be part of a team that works with the Future of Information Alliance, a collaborative initiative that includes partners such as the University of Maryland, National Geographic, Newseum, and the National Park Service.

    Responsibilities
    The candidate for this position will be responsible for supporting student and teacher use of classroom technology and will have an important voice in the ongoing expansion of our technology resources and programs. This position will be part of defining the role of technology in Barrie’s Montessori program and attending or hosting relevant conferences in the area.

    Desired Qualifications
    The qualified applicant should be an enthusiastic user of technology, excited to learn new tools and to share his or her passions with others. He or she should have a strong background with the application of technology in the classroom and school as well as the communication and organizational skills to help students and teachers creatively and effectively expand their use of technology. The ideal candidate will approach the use of technology in teaching and learning from the perspective of progressive pedagogy.

    Teaching or equivalent experience with technology is preferred. Experience with the use of 3-D printers is a plus. Personal characteristics essential to this position include a strong work ethic and can-do attitude, a commitment to collaboration, and a dedication to empowering children and faculty with a variety of technical capabilities to grow in their skills and understanding.

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Part-Time Teacher of English as a Foreign Language (EFL)

    About Barrie
    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 350 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    About the Position
    Barrie School seeks a part-time Coordinator of International Student Program/Teacher of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to report to the Head of Middle and Upper School and the Head of Lower School. The Coordinator of EFL will be responsible for supporting international English Language Learners to be successful at Barrie School. This includes:

    Responsibilities

    • Conducting English as a Foreign Language intensive classes for ELL’s (1 US and 1 MS class)
    • Advising EFL students towards successful participation in the Barrie community
    • Supporting general teaching faculty around EFL strategies
      Supporting Lower School students and families as needed
    • Lead 1 Middle School class and 1 Upper School class of varying English levels in reading, writing, listening and spoken English
    • Interface with host agencies and families, participate in problem-solving issues that may arise
    • Advise international students so they can participate successfully in the Barrie community
    • Promote cultural activities related to United States and the host countries
    • Provide professional development to general ed teachers support for EFL students
    • Work with admissions on the selections of international students. This may include interviewing, reading files, etc.
    • Fully participate in the teaching life of the Barrie School (attending events, writing report cards, sponsoring clubs etc.)
    • Residential responsibilities are not required, but there may be an opportunity available

    Requirements
    A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in TESOL or a closely related field is required, and a Master’s degree in TESOL (or similar) is preferred

    Knowledge of an additional language is preferred
    Willingness to be flexible in terms of teaching assignment within the school setting
    Excellent interpersonal skills, with students, faculty & families
    Self-starter/entrepreneurial, excited to participate in the development of a new program

    How to Apply

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org

  • Teaching Fellow for 2015-16 School Year

    About Barrie

    Barrie is a learning institution comprised of three distinct yet mutually supportive divisions: Barrie Montessori (serving students age 18 months through grade 5, and aspiring Montessori educators at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies); Barrie Prep (serving students in grades 6 through 12); and Barrie Camp (a summer day-camp program serving children ages 4 through 14). Barrie's mission is to empower individuals to expand their intellectual abilities, develop creative talents, and discover their passions to make a positive impact in a rapidly changing world.

    Barrie serves approximately 330 students, and since our founding in 1932, has maintained a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity. Our extraordinary environment for learning is located on 45 wooded acres just outside Washington, D.C.

    At Barrie, faculty appreciate students as individuals. Learning is a hands-on experience for all our students: they are fully engaged in their own education. Each division (Montessori, Prep, and Camp) plays a distinct and valuable role as an integral part of the overall institution; all serve to complement the others and advance the mission of the whole.

    Barrie’s Teaching Fellowship Program
    We offer a one-year paid teaching fellowship program for recent college graduates who value a career committed to youth development. The program will provide the college graduate a diverse learning environment that enhances Barrie’s teaching philosophy of hands-on and project based learning. The graduate will assist in guiding students’ learning experiences, including their academic, social, athletic, and artistic development. The program provides the applicant an opportunity to develop their teaching ability and style in and out of the classroom. The applicant will gain a deeper sense of many responsibilities and joys of the teaching profession and have the support of a mentor teacher. Fellows may be encouraged to apply for a full-time position for the following year if a suitable opening becomes available. Barrie seeks applicants who are new to the teaching career and who come from diverse backgrounds. We welcome candidates with academic interests across multiple disciplines that value integrative thinking. We also expect candidates to embrace our values of academic and personal excellence. Teaching fellows are compensated with a stipend and provided health insurance including other benefits. Shared housing is also a possibility for fellows.

    Responsibilities

    Teaching fellows will be expected to teach a minimum of two classes, an elective, lead clubs and committees, coach sports and attend extracurricular activities. They will also be expected to complete year long projects and contribute to the improvement of Barrie as a vibrant learning community. Candidates with a passion for the environment, global issues, and service learning are welcomed.

    All applicants are asked to send a resume and cover letter in PDF format to resumes@barrie.org. Please put the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Please provide areas of teaching interest, elective courses of interest, or other extra-curricular interests.

Barrie School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, or a person's status as a qualified candidate with a disability in administration of its educational program, admission policies, financial aid program, staff hiring and other school-administered programs.