Employment Opportunities


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Employment Opportunities

Middle School Counselor (Part Time)

Roland Park Country School, an independent K-12 girls’ school in Baltimore, MD seeks a part-time Middle School Counselor to begin in August 2019.  The ideal candidate holds a master’s degree in counseling or a related field, holds licensure/certification in social work or counseling, and has 3-5 years of experience working with a diversity of Middle-School aged children.  Primary responsibilities include responding to personal, social and emotional needs of students in grades 6 - 8, managing crisis situations, and establishing and implementing educational, social/emotional and preventive services for students, parents, and faculty.  There is a teaching component, including 8th grade Life Skills classes and this person will serve as the facilitator for the Peer Education program in the Middle School.  The counselor serves as a trusted confidant and resource for students, has a strong knowledge of mental health issues and adolescent development, and is invested in continued professional development.  This is a 10-month position, 20 hours per week. The MS Counselor performs under the general direction of the Middle School Head and the Director of Counseling.  Interested candidates should apply by completing the employment application and submitting a resume and cover letter. This is an Academic/Faculty position.

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Infant-Toddler Teacher (Full-Time)

The Little Reds Early Childhood Program is expanding!  We are looking for nurturing and dedicated educators that love working with infants and toddlers.  Qualified candidates must have their 45 Hour Infant – Toddler Certification, 90 Hour Child Care Certification OR degree with approved coursework in Early Childhood Education.  The ideal candidate will possess two or more years of experience working with children.  At least a year with infants and toddlers is preferred and the ability to work in a collaborative environment with various teachers, parents and administrators. 

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Child Care Center Substitutes

Roland Park Country School is seeking mature, creative, and caring substitutes for its Little Reds Early Childhood Program. Little Reds serves children 6 weeks through 5 years old and is open Monday-Friday 7:30am-6:00pm. Qualified candidates must be a high school graduate. Experience with infant and toddler children is necessary.  Candidates with the 90 Hour Child Care Certification are preferred. This is a part time/hourly position. This is a Non-Academic/Staff position.

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Extended Day Teacher

Roland Park Country School is seeking experienced candidates interested in future opportunities as an Extended Day teacher for our Lower School program. Teachers supervise students ages 5 to 12, to ensure safety and well-being from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.  Our program includes activities such as; arts and crafts, playground time, indoor games, homework help, and snack time. An ideal candidate would:

  • Carry out daily planned activities
  • Communicate with parents when necessary
  • Contribute to the overall effectiveness of the Extended Day Program
  • Display developed problem solving, communication skills, conflict resolution, and organization skills

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Quin Porter at: porterq@rpcs.org

Part Time Upper School Learning Specialist

Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, MD, an independent K-12 girls’ school with a co-ed preschool, seeks a part-time Upper School Learning Specialist beginning in August 2019.  The learning specialist will primarily provide support for students in 9th grade.  A master’s degree in special education, speech language pathology or other directly related field of study is desired, as well as experience working with students with language-based learning disabilities, executive function disabilities, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  Experience in psycho-educational testing interpretation is required to develop Formal Education Plans for students.  The learning specialist will encourage student performance through one-on-one and small group instruction in strategy-based learning, study skills, and organizational techniques.  The learning specialist will also partner with faculty and administration in training of techniques and methods of supporting students with learning disabilities in the college-preparatory classroom. A facet of this role will also include meeting with parents of students on learning plans; the candidate should possess strong communication skills and empathy in all inter-personal interactions. 

Part Time Spanish Teacher

Spanish Teacher – part-time (40% - 60%) – Roland Park Country School is seeking a part-time Spanish teacher for two to three sections of beginning or intermediate language. The ideal candidate is fluent in Spanish with developed language pedagogy and a thorough understanding of the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures. Utilizing the target language, the candidate must be able to engage students in the learning process with activities and instruction in all four communication modes that are geared towards the adolescent learner. In addition, the candidate should be adept at cooperative learning techniques, teaching to multiple learning styles and integrating technology and authentic sources into the curriculum. Candidates must be able to balance flexibility with structure and enjoy working collaboratively with colleagues. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of teaching experience. 

Coaching Positions

Current Coaching Positions

Varsity Soccer Coach
Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, MD, an independent K-12 girls’ school with a co-ed preschool, seeks a Head Varsity Soccer Coach for the 2019-20 school year. This position will oversee the entire soccer program, including two middle school teams, Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. The coach will be responsible for organizing off season workouts, collaborating to create game schedules, managing team selection, practice planning and all game day operations in consultation with the Director of Athletics.
 A bachelor’s degree and coaching experience at the high school or college level is desired. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication, organizational and leadership skills. The ability to work in a collaborative environment with coaches at various levels as well as the athletic administration to execute the athletic department and school expectations is expected.  Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, coaching philosophy statement and three references to Carol Hatton, Director of Athletics at hattonc@rpcs.org. This posting will close on April 5th, 2019.

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