Employment Opportunities

The Tatnall School is a coeducational, PK3-12, independent day school built around a diverse, collegial, and inspiring faculty.  At every level, Tatnall seeks teachers with a passion for and expertise in their respective disciplines, and who are committed to working with young people, embrace integrated technology, and cherish lifelong learning.  Tatnall seeks candidates with a global, inter-cultural outlook and recognizes the inherent strength found in a diverse, inclusive community committed to the common values espoused in the Tatnall Mission and Promise.
 
The Tatnall School offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and provides generous funds for professional development. Tatnall is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state, and local laws, which prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, and veteran status.


Early Childhood and Lower School Science Teacher

The Tatnall School is seeking a science teacher for our Early Childhood (PK3, PK4, K) and Lower School (grades 1-4). The science curriculum is a project-based program that employs the scientific method and hands-on experiential learning. The ideal candidate should be someone who is enthusiastic about teaching science outdoors using our 110-acre campus. This teacher should appreciate an active and collaborative learning environment and value the importance of building authentic relationships with students.

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Interested candidates should electronically submit a cover letter and resume to:

Michele Ciconte
Head of Lower School
micheleciconte@tatnall.org

Lower School 3rd Grade Teacher

The Tatnall School is seeking a 3rd grade homeroom teacher who appreciates an active and collaborative learning environment and values the importance of building authentic relationships with students. Lower school teachers are responsible for meeting the academic needs and building on the interests and strengths of their students. A workshop model allows for small group lessons and individual student conferences to provide feedback and personalized instruction. A variety of informal and formal assessments are used to monitor learning and adjust pacing to meet students where they are. In addition to the core content areas, teachers provide engaging projects to promote opportunities for creativity, leadership, public speaking, responsibility, and independence

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Interested candidates should electronically submit a cover letter and resume to:

Michele Ciconte
Head of Lower School

Upper School Long Term Substitute Visual Art Teacher

Founded in 1930, The Tatnall School is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory day school situated on a pastoral, 110-acre campus in Greenville, Delaware, near Wilmington. Tatnall includes four academic divisions with 625 students from age 3 through grade 12. Its challenging academic curriculum and programs, combined with award-winning faculty and state-of-the-art facilities, create an environment of educational excellence.  Because of its emphasis on creating a caring and nurturing community, Tatnall is known as “the family school” and its motto, Omnia in Caritate – all things in love, is at the core of everything the school does.

Tatnall is seeking an Upper School Visual Arts teacher to take the reins of an exceptional Art program for Term 1, beginning in late August and extending to the middle of November, while the US Visual Arts teacher is on maternity leave. The teacher will report to the Head of Upper School, participate in the art department meetings, and collaborate with all Middle and Upper School teachers. The Tatnall Visual Arts program is a dynamic program and an integral part of our curriculum. We are seeking an innovative and caring educator to continue to grow and develop this flourishing program.

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Interested candidates should electronically submit a cover letter and resume to:

William Schluter, Jr.
Head of Upper School
billschluter@tatnall.org

Director of Giving and Outreach

The Tatnall School seeks a creative and personable Director of Giving and Outreach who will be responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program aimed at strengthening community relationships. This person will work closely with the Director of Advancement to increase and diversify the school’s financial resources by developing cultivation and solicitation strategies. This position will work with the Director of Advancement and Administrative Assistant to strategically engage with our valued alumni, families, faculty, and students. This position will also serve as a liaison between the Alumni Council and Tatnall leadership. Creativity, independence, and developing personal relationships with prospective/current donors, families, and alumni are paramount in this position.


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Interested candidates should electronically submit a resume, cover letter, and application to Patrick Manahan, Director of Advancement ℅ development@tatnall.org. Please include the position title in the subject line.
The Tatnall School is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions are based on job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to age, gender, race, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry, genetic predisposition or other categories protected by Delaware or federal law.

The Tatnall School

The Tatnall School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students in PK3 through Grade 12 located in Wilmington, Delaware.