About

Employment

Why Hockaday

Working at The Hockaday School means joining a community of extraordinary educators and staff who are committed to the education of girls who will be the leaders of tomorrow. Our salaries and benefits are competitive; class sizes are small; the campus is 88-acres of state-of-the art facilities in which we ignite learning, challenge athletes, develop writers, scientists, artists, dancers, musicians, or actors; and awaken the passion of tomorrow's innovators. Space-permitting, Hockaday’s faculty and staff can take advantage of our on-site Child Development Center for children 6 weeks to 5 years old. This supports Hockaday's teachers and staff who would otherwise have to find alternative childcare. Please check out our current openings below and visit the rest of our website to see what an exceptional place is The Hockaday School.

How to Apply

Candidates interested in applying for a currently open position should complete the online application. Click here to get started.

Check your email for confirmation of receipt of your online application. If you don't receive a confirmation, please re-submit.

Additional documents for faculty and staff positions may be requested at a later point in the interview process. 

If you are interested in any of the following types of work at Hockaday, please complete the respective application:


General inquiries regarding employment at Hockaday may be submitted to recruitment@hockaday.org.
 
The Hockaday School is an equal opportunity employer.  It is our policy not to discriminate, and to comply with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, veteran status, or other applicable protected classification.  
(Updated January 21, 2016)

Professional Development Support

Hockaday generously supports professional development, which includes:
 
Conferences and Workshops: Professional conferences and workshops occur throughout the year, including summer, and typically address specific disciplines or grade levels. These conferences and workshops may be online, local, or involve travel.
 
Study Grants: Study grants fall into three categories: 1) Academic - to help faculty in their efforts to obtain advanced degrees; 2) Curriculum Development; and 3) Professional Growth (i.e., a language immersion experience).
 
Prentiss Grants:  Generous funds are made available through an endowment established by the Prentiss family. This grant, which rotates amongst the three divisions, offers teachers the opportunity to pursue summer travel experiences and education.
 
Although most professional development work is discipline or grade-level specific, faculty are also encouraged to seek support for broader professional development opportunities which address school-wide priorities, such as
 
  • Building a welcoming, inclusive school community for our diverse population
  • Supporting curriculum and teaching strategies that are well designed, innovative, and forward-focused
  • Continuing to integrate technology as a tool in education
 
During the 2014-2015 school year, Hockaday faculty were awarded 52 study grants and attended 124 conferences and workshops. Hockaday believes in learning as a life-long pursuit.
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