A Community of Lifelong Learners

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Job Openings

Employment at Rowland Hall includes the ability to work alongside amazing colleagues, enjoy dynamic interactions with students and their families, and hone your skills thanks to the school's investment in professional growth

Rowland Hall offers a supportive workplace where employees are appreciated for their extraordinary talents and desire to create the best possible atmosphere for students. The majority of our educators—faculty and staff alike—hold advanced degrees and reflect a range of worldly experiences and perspectives that make learning at Rowland Hall deep and diverse. Located near the base of the Wasatch Mountains and adjacent to a world-class research university and medical center, our PreK–12 independent private school attracts a diverse group of families, from longtime Utah residents to newcomers who moved for Salt Lake City's recreational and cultural opportunities.

We retain excellent faculty and staff by offering extensive professional-development opportunities, salaries competitive with the highest-paying local public school districts, and a close-knit community.The Salt Lake Tribune has named us one of Utah's best midsize workplaces on five separate occasions. We've also previously received their highly selective training award based on accessibility to professional development.

We hope the jobs listed below interest you. Should you join us, you'll be welcomed into a collegial community of lifelong learners.

We are so comfortable with being vulnerable, being ourselves, and not taking ourselves too seriously.—Mary Lawlor, Middle School English teacher since 1996

Available Positions

The Assistant Director of Athletics will assist in the organization, administration, and supervision of the interscholastic athletics program at Rowland Hall, with primary responsibility for overseeing and supporting the Middle School program with an eye towards alignment and success of the Upper School program. In addition to managing the myriad details of the program, the Assistant Director will champion sports and athletic involvement and be the point person in the Athletics department for social media and website updates. It is expected that the Assistant Director of Athletics will also coach at least one sport. 

The Assistant Upper School Boys Soccer Coach instructs students in grades 9–12 in the skills and strategies of the game of soccer and attends daily late afternoon practices and contests several times a week during the season (end of February through mid-May).

The Beginning School and Lower School Computer Science Specialist will teach students in both divisions, and will help grow and enhance the computer science, robotics, and innovation program. The ideal candidate would have teaching and or academic experience with computer science, robotics or a related STEM field and a passion for working with children from 4 to 11 years of age. Engaging in collaborative curriculum development and refinement with colleagues is also a key aspect of the role as the school looks to integrate technology into classrooms and build our computer science program school-wide.

Beginning School Extended Day teachers create and maintain a safe and engaging play environment for children ages 3-7 before and after school. They communicate directly with parents at drop-off and pick-up and collaborate with the Beginning School faculty and administration to best support children. This is a part-time, non-exempt position that reports to the Beginning School Assistant Principal. Morning (Monday–Friday, 7:15–8:45 am) and afternoon (Monday–Friday, 3–6 pm) shifts are available.

Bus drivers safely transport students to and from designated locations during the school year. The Bus Driver’s duties include pre-trip inspections, driving a designated bus route before and after school, loading and unloading students safely, fueling the vehicle, and performing basic maintenance and upkeep of the bus. Drivers will also have the occasional opportunity to transport students to field trip locations during the school day. Drivers must be safe, punctual, dependable, courteous, and professional. 

The Director of SummerWorks oversees the school’s summer camp, SummerWorks, for grades K–8. SummerWorks is open to all families in the Salt Lake Valley and is typically accredited by the American Camp Association. In addition, the Director supports the school’s Extended Day and Winter Sports programs, which are overseen by another staff member. All of these programs support the mission of the school, allowing families and students to fully engage in Rowland Hall. The Director is responsible for camp program leadership: developing, maintaining, and assessing educational, social, and recreational programs that are age-appropriate, focus on experiential education, and support Rowland Hall’s mission. The Director hires, trains, mentors, and supervises a diverse staff for the SummerWorks program. The Director also oversees all operational and financial aspects of the program and works closely with administrators on the Lower School and Middle School campuses as well as the CFO and Director of Human Resources. In addition, the Director represents the school as the primary point person for current and prospective parents during the summer. The Director will also team with the Director of Extended Day and Winter Sports Programs as well as a part-time administrative assistant during the summer for support with SummerWorks.

The Extended Day Program Activity Counselor position involves the direct supervision of children, maintaining a caring and consistent and enjoyable environment, and communicating with all Extended Day staff. This is a part-time position. Afternoon positions are available: Monday through Friday, 3–6 pm.

Daily management of the flow of students in and out of the cafeteria during lunch hours, including but not limited to cafeteria set up, monitoring student behavior, assisting children as needed, dismissal of students for recess, and assisting the administrator on duty

The Playground Monitor will supervise children at play during recess by circulating throughout his/her designated area and ensuring safe play at all times.

Rowland Hall is seeking to hire a dynamic and innovative educator to teach in and help build our Middle School and Upper School computer science and robotics program. The ideal candidate would have teaching and academic experience with computer science, robotics, or a related STEM field and a passion for inspiring young people through technology education. Engaging in collaborative curriculum development and integration with colleagues is also a key aspect of the role as the school is growing its computer science and robotics program.

Equal Employment Opportunity
Rowland Hall believes that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunity without regard to sex, color, race, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, physical disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal or state anti-discrimination laws ("Protected Status"). Rowland Hall's equal employment opportunity practices extend to recruitment, hiring, selection, compensation, benefits, transfer, promotion, training, discipline and all other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.

Notice of Nondiscrimination
Rowland Hall does not discriminate on the basis of physical ability, race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in its admission, financial aid, or employment policies or in the administration of educational, athletic, or other school programs.

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