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, professional, 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.

Rowland Hall’s vision for the future of education call on us to think creatively, collaborate extensively, and dedicate ourselves to a brighter future for all. We invite you to be part of this extraordinary journey. 

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Available Positions

The Assistant Director of Athletics is a leadership position working closely with the Director of Athletics, Middle School Principal, coaches, and students. The Assistant Director of Athletics oversees the Middle School athletic program, while supporting the Upper School program specifically with an eye toward alignment and continued athletic success in a school that values each student’s academic and athletic endeavors. 

Beginning and Lower School Associate Teachers work with children across multiple grade levels and sections, providing individual student support, small group facilitation, and student supervision under the direction of the Lower School administration and academic team. The Associate Teacher position is ideal for early service educators who are passionate about teaching elementary-aged children, growing their craft, and contributing to a dynamic, student-centered learning environment. Each Associate Teacher will be assigned to a subset of grades (eg: K-1 or 4-5) and will ideally remain in the position for 2 years. Paired with a master educator on the Lower School faculty, Associate teachers will have opportunities to observe and be observed, participate in instructional coaching, and engage in professional development opportunities tailored to their individual growth goals. 

The Part-Time Lower School Associate Teacher will work with children across multiple upper elementary grade levels and sections, providing individual student support, small group instruction, and student supervision under the direction of the Lower School administration and academic team. The Associate Teacher position is ideal for early service educators who are passionate about teaching elementary-aged children, growing their craft, and contributing to a dynamic, student-centered learning environment. While this part-time upper elementary Associate Teaching position spans the spring of 2024 only, applicants are encouraged to apply to continue their work in our full-time Associate Teacher program for the 2024-2025 academic year.

The Beginning School seeks an experienced early childhood educator who will join a thriving community of professionals committed to research-based best practices, continuous improvement, and co-creating a joyful, inclusive, and respectful environment for Rowland Hall’s youngest learners. 

The Equity and Inclusion Program Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Equity and Inclusion and the Director of Community Engagement and Impact. The Program Coordinator supports the advancement of the school’s commitment to equity and inclusion, including its mission and vision, core values, and strategic priorities through curricular, co-curricular, and community programs. 

The Lower School seeks an educator who will plan and implement a curriculum for a lower elementary classroom (grades 1 and 2) and work effectively with the grade-level team and specialty teachers. In addition to teaching, this person will communicate regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contribute positively to the overall school culture while fulfilling duties as assigned (recess and lunch supervision, field trips, etc.) and serving on all-school or hiring committees as needed.

The librarian and coordinator of educational technology is responsible for all aspects of the library programs, resources, and facilities. This individual seeks to ensure that the library’s academic and technology resources complement, enhance, and extend the school’s educational program. They will collaborate closely with the upper and middle school principals, the technology team, and faculty in the implementation and practice of information literacy, research, reading, writing, and academic technology skills. They will be responsible for supervision of the space. As we move to a new campus in 2026, this person will be integral to defining a vision for the “Learning Commons” in collaboration with administration and faculty. 

This is a full-time Middle School teaching position, with four sections of language instruction, and a grade-level advisory. As a French and Spanish teacher, you are responsible for planning and teaching dynamic, age-appropriate lessons, communicating regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contributing positively to the overall school culture. 

This is a part-time Middle School French teaching position. As a world language teacher, you are responsible for planning and teaching dynamic, age-appropriate lessons, communicating regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contributing positively to the overall school culture.

This is a part-time Middle School Spanish teaching position. As a world language teacher, you are responsible for planning and teaching dynamic, age-appropriate lessons, communicating regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contributing positively to the overall school culture.

This is a full-time teaching position. As the computer science teacher, you are responsible for planning and teaching dynamic, age-appropriate lessons, communicating regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contributing positively to the overall school culture. 

Reporting directly to the Junior Program Director. Engaged in all aspects related to the Rowmark Junior program: athletic development, team communication, athlete evaluations, athlete tuning clinics, video analysis, maintain team equipment, implement policies, and develop both process and performance goals with each athlete.

The Beginning School seeks an Assistant Teacher to join a 3PreK or 4PreK classroom. The Assistant Teacher collaborates with the lead teacher in creating a warm, joyful and organized classroom community, establishing routines and building relationships with children and families. 

The SummerWorks Camp Counselor staff position involves the direct supervision of children, maintaining a caring, consistent, and enjoyable environment, and communicating with the SummerWorks leadership team. This is a part-time position. Positions are available Monday through Friday, from 8:15 am to 4:00 pm.

Help administer the technology systems for Rowland Hall, including but not limited to printing, Canvas, testing, cameras, and classroom technology, and help with T2 and T3 support requests and T2 network support requests for the school.

The Lower School seeks an educator who will plan and implement curriculum for an upper elementary classroom (grades 3, 4, or 5) and work effectively with the grade-level team and specialty teachers. In addition to teaching, this person will communicate regularly and proactively with students, their families, and colleagues, and contribute positively to the overall school culture while fulfilling duties as assigned (recess and lunch supervision, field trips, etc.) and serving on all-school or hiring committees as needed.

This is a new, full-time position designed to expand opportunities for entrepreneurship, business, economics, innovation, and student-generated project work in the upper school. This teacher will continue to build on our current program which includes courses in entrepreneurship and business. Additional courses are TBD depending on the experience and interests that the new hire brings to the table. 

This position will be responsible for overseeing the upper school Girls Soccer program, including planning and orchestrating practices, supervising assistant coaches, attending all games both home and away, and working closely with the Director of Athletics to assure a quality soccer program experience for Rowland Hall student-athletes. Prior coaching experience in a school and/or club setting is preferred.

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We are so comfortable with being vulnerable, being ourselves, and not taking ourselves too seriously.—Mary Lawlor, Middle School English teacher from 1996 to 2023

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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