CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Wichita Collegiate School (WCS) is a coeducational, college preparatory, independent day school for students in Early Childhood 2-year-olds through Grade 12. Since 1963, Collegiate has nurtured inquisitive thinkers, compassionate citizens, and students who are prepared to have a positive impact on their communities. Grounded in the values that have sustained it over the course of more than a half-century, Collegiate provides its students with a challenging academic environment supported by its long-standing history of being a highly balanced institution with equal excellence in academics, the arts, and athletics.

CURRENT OPENINGS

UPPER SCHOOL TEACHER (Math)

The Upper School Mathematics teacher is responsible for preparing an enriching and diverse curriculum, instilling a passion for the subject to students while creating a dynamic learning environment in the classroom.  It is desired that classes promote the importance of becoming global citizens who share appreciation and empathy for others.  Teachers are also expected to facilitate conversation, reflection, and understanding of concepts and diverse perspectives through a variety of teaching methods.  The Upper School Mathematics teacher is responsible for teaching sections of Pre Calculus and AP Statistics.  

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Chris Ashbrook by May 14, 2021. // READ MORE

LOWER SCHOOL TEACHER (Technology - Part-Time)

The Lower School Technology Teacher is a knowledgeable and skillful teacher and leader in our Lower School who works with students, faculty, and families, and has expertise in educational technology and best practices in teaching and learning. Responsibilities include curriculum work, student interventions, the pursuit of pedagogical best practices, data aggregation and disaggregation, assessment systems, professional development, and differentiation. Excellent technology teachers are patient and have calm, nonjudgmental dispositions that make them well-suited for working among students with a wide range of personalities and learning abilities, computer skills, and mathematical know-how.

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Lindsey Noble by May 14, 2021. // READ MORE

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR (Advancement Office)

The Marketing and Communications Coordinator will work closely with the Head of School, the Board of Trustees, the Director of Advancement, and the Director of Enrollment to develop and implement a broad, comprehensive, and strategic marketing and branding plan designed to promote enrollment and fundraising.

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Nathan Washer by May 7, 2021. // READ MORE

COORDINATOR FOR COMMUNITY RELATIONS (Advancement Office)

The Coordinator of Community Relations will assist in the planning and implementation of recruitment and retention strategies to help achieve enrollment goals as well as implement action plans that strengthen ties between the school and several community stakeholders: alumni, parents, friends of the school, and community partners. The coordinator will be an essential member of the Advancement team who will work collaboratively with the team on special events, prospective family cultivation, donor stewardship, and community engagement.

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Nathan Washer by April 23, 2021. // READ MORE

UPPER SCHOOL TEACHER (Spanish)

The Upper School Spanish Teacher is responsible for preparing an enriching and diverse curriculum, instilling a passion for the Spanish language and culture to students while creating a dynamic learning environment in the classroom.  It is desired that classes promote the importance of becoming global citizens who share appreciation and empathy for others.  Teachers are also expected to facilitate conversation, reflection, and understanding of concepts and diverse perspectives through a variety of teaching methods.  The Upper School Spanish teacher is responsible for teaching sections of Spanish 1, Spanish 2, and Spanish 3.

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Gaby White by April 10, 2021. // READ MORE

EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER (Age 2 through Kindergarten)

Each Early Childhood Teacher is responsible for preparing an enriching curriculum and creating a supportive learning environment for the children. Teachers are expected to nurture each child along their individual journey in all areas of development; social, emotional, physical, and cognitive.

Interested and qualified candidates should email the following materials: a cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references to the attention of Becky O'Hearn by April 7, 2021. // READ MORE

EARLY CHILDHOOD POSITIONS

Wichita Collegiate School is looking for substitute teachers for Early Childhood. Experience and coursework in education are preferred. Inquiries should be sent to Becky O'Hearn at bohearn@wcsks.com.

LOWER SCHOOL POSITIONS

Wichita Collegiate School is looking for substitute teachers, full-time and part-time teaching assistants and after school staff for Lower School. Experience and coursework in education are preferred. Inquiries should be sent to Lindsey Noble at lnoble@wcsks.com.

MIDDLE SCHOOL POSITIONS

Wichita Collegiate School is looking for substitute teachers, full-time and part-time teaching assistants and after school staff for Middle School. Experience and coursework in education are preferred. Inquiries should be sent to Hanale Vincent at hvincent@wcsks.com.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Located in east Wichita on a 42-acre campus, Wichita Collegiate is home to just under 900 students in four divisions. These divisions are named Early Childhood, Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. Wichita Collegiate School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS), is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), and is a member of Independent School Management (ISM).

Why Collegiate?

Wichita Collegiate School’s faculty and staff make up a supportive and diverse community of colleagues who are experts in their fields and dedicated to lifelong learning. All faculty are engaged in professional growth plans that encourage them to further their expertise.

All faculty and staff engage in a variety of valuable professional development opportunities, both on campus and around the country supplemented by a healthy budget to support these opportunities. Recent professional development opportunities have taken faculty and staff across the country, including Atlanta, Cleveland, Denver, and Napa.

Wichita Collegiate School also offers a complete benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance; a 403(b) plan with a generous annual match; term life and disability insurance; supplemental insurance plans; and flexible spending account, child tuition remission of 50% and more.

Why Wichita?

Not only has Wichita been named an All-American City four times since 1962 it also consistently ranks among the top cities nationally for "quality of life." These accolades communicate affordability, short and easy commutes to work and a high level of public safety for your family - attributes you simply can't find in most metro areas.

Here are some additional resources about why Wichita is the place to be.

EMPLOYEE PERSPECTIVES

Wichita Collegiate hires only the very best teachers, people who love teaching and excel in providing an environment in which children can grow, develop, and reach their potential. My fellow teachers have encouraged me in my endeavors and have helped me grow professionally as well as personally.

Debra Dennill  

   Montessori Preschool Teacher

Collegiate values all of their teachers, regardless of their years of experience, and holds them to high expectations. I’m thankful to be given the opportunity to become a better educator in the twilight of my teaching career and appreciate Wichita Collegiate for providing and encouraging professional development.   

Shirley Meissner  

   2nd Grade Teacher

Collegiate affords its students the best opportunity for academic, social, and athletic growth, but it also creates an environment where teachers can be creative and work with some of the best minds in the city. This place is special, and I am proud to be a member of its faculty.

Bill Messamore  

   Former Upper School Computer Teacher

WICHITA COLLEGIATE SCHOOL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. ALL APPLICANTS WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT WITHOUT ATTENTION TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, NATIONAL ORIGIN, VETERAN, OR DISABILITY STATUS.