Thank you for your interest in St. Martin's Episcopal School.  Founded in 1959, St. Martin's is a coeducational day school in Atlanta, GA. serving students from infants through 8th grade.  We have more than 650 students and 140 faculty and staff members.
 
St. Martin's is blessed with gifted and caring faculty and administrators in an outstanding academic community.  Our teachers are passionate about their work and serving our students.  
 
St. Martin's aims to hire and retain talented and dedicated employees by offering a competitive compensation and benefits package.  Our benefits package includes medical, dental, disability, life insurance, a retirement savings plan, and a variety of voluntary benefit options.  
 
As positions become available, they will be listed below.  We are always in need of substitute teachers.  If you are interested in substitute teaching, please submit your application and resume to careers@stmartinschool.org and someone will contact you. 

Thank you.

Opportunities

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  • Operations and Database Coordinator

    Operations and Database Coordinator
     
    Status:  Full-time, Exempt
     
    Reports to:  Director of Advancement
     
    Summary
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School has an opening for an Operations and Database Coordinator. St. Martin’s seeks candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.  
     
    Reporting to the Director of Advancement, this individual is responsible for maintaining, supporting and developing the School’s Raiser’s Edge database and coordinating financial reports with the Finance Office. This includes data entry for the annual fund, capital campaign, donor relations, major gifts and corporate and foundation relations. This individual also provides administrative support to the Director of Advancement, Marketing/Communications and the PTO.

    Essential Functions
    • Oversee the daily operation of the Advancement database - Raiser's Edge.
    • Manage and maintain the database.
    • Process donor pledges and contributions.
    • Produce and mail acknowledgment letters on a daily basis and in a timely manner.
    • Assist with the annual fund as it relates to the RE database, including reporting, merging and printing solicitations, tracking data and data analysis.
    • Manage matching gifts, credit card installments and pledge payments.
    • Work closely with the Finance Office to reconcile donor gifts on a monthly basis.
    • Filing and record maintenance.
    • Design new Crystal Reports as needed.
    • Produce and provide necessary reports for the annual audit.
    • Develop and maintain efficient systems for data cleansing, data entry, gift processing, prospect research, and relationship management.
    • Responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the data.
    • Provide excellent customer service, anticipating and exceeding the needs of our families and volunteers.
    • Support needs of and provides timely reporting to annual fund volunteers.
    • Provide support to Marketing/Communications by assisting with the creation of reports and mailing lists.
    • Attend and assist with advancement special events and alumni events.
    • Supervise interns and contractor’s data entry as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    Education
    Bachelor’s degree required.

    Experience
    3-5 years of related work experience, preferably in an independent school setting. Raiser’s Edge experience required.

    Skills and Knowledge
    • Advanced working knowledge of Blackbaud's Raiser's Edge, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher), Google platforms, and email marketing programs.
    • Demonstrated financial and technical aptitude.
    • Desire to collaborate with others and ability to work as a team member.
    • Detail-oriented, with strong organizational, analytical, and planning skills.
    • Excellent ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and a variety of demands.
    • Initiative and independence in carrying out responsibilities.
    • Must be able to work in an environment of constant demands and frequent interruptions.
    • Commitment to maintaining confidentiality and a high degree of accuracy in donor records.
    • Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and promote a positive working environment.
    • Ability to communicate effectively and relate well to parents, faculty, staff, and others while maintaining appropriate confidentiality.
    • Possesses problem-solving capabilities with a high degree of integrity, ethics, and dedication to the mission of the School.
    Other

    Ability to serve in a 12-month role, some evenings and weekends required. The schedule is 7:30 am-4 pm Monday-Friday. 

    Physical Requirements
    This job is performed mostly inside and sometimes outside; the noise level can be quiet to loud. Position requires sitting at a desk, walking, standing, crouching, stooping, talking, seeing, and hearing as needed to perform essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to type, finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. This position requires the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
    In compliance with ADA requirements, we will make reasonable accommodations for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.

    Additional Responsibilities
    The statements in this job description are intended to represent the key duties, essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job.

    All employees are expected to support the mission and vision statements of St. Martin's Episcopal School and to contribute to the overall life of the school.
  • Part-time Front Desk Receptionist 

    St. Martin’s Episcopal School has an opening for a Part-time Front Desk Receptionist. We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.  St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks an organized, professional, and dependable Receptionist.  This position is the first point of contact for our school and must possess a warm and friendly demeanor while upholding safety measures and security protocols.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: greeting, welcoming, screening, and directing visitors appropriately; maintaining student attendance and substitute teacher log; handling of daily mail and internal mailboxes; ordering supplies, and assisting with carpool management and communications.  The Receptionist reports to, and works closely with, the Executive Assistant to the Head of School and collaborates with all Faculty/Staff to serve our students, parents, and school community.  
     
    Qualified candidates will have 2-4 years of relevant work experience in an administrative support role with a focus on customer support.  Independent school experience is preferred.  This is a part-time position, two days a week and is a job share with another person.  Specifically, the hours are 7:15 am – 4:00 pm.  Pay is commensurate with experience and some benefits are included.
     
    How to Apply
    Please submit a cover letter, resume, references to careers@stmartinschool.org.  No phone calls, please.
  • Human Resources Manager

    Human Resources Manager
     
    Summary
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School has an opening for a Human Resources Manager. We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.
     
    The Human Resources Manager oversees and executes all major HR functions in the school: compliance, reporting, payroll, benefits administration, recruiting and hiring, employee relations, employee training, performance management, comp and benefits/budgeting, wellness programs, and strategic HR planning. The Human Resources Manager: provides leadership in the development and proper implementation of HR practices, policies, procedures, and programs for the school; collaborates with leadership to effectively communicate and implement change where necessary; and must deliver excellent customer service, coaching, and support to managers and employees.  This position is part of the finance team, supervises one HR Assistant, and serves 140 full-time and 50 part-time/seasonal employees.  
     
    Essential Functions
    The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to:
    • Ensures that SMES is in full compliance with applicable federal and state laws regarding human resources and the administration of employee benefits. This includes but is not  limited to ADA, COBRA, FMLA, FLSA, OSHA, HIPPA, EEO, Worker’s Compensation, and all record-keeping and annual reporting needs like W-2s and TIAA
    • Builds positive relationships across the organization, brings the employee perspective to  relevant strategic human capital initiatives, promotes employee satisfaction and wellness  and ensures a positive working environment  
    • Develops and maintains the school’s personnel policy, procedures, employee handbook,  personnel forms, and recommends changes to school administration
    • Consult, influence, and partner with all levels of management regarding critical and complex  employee relations decisions in the areas of performance management, harassment,  business conduct, terminations, restructuring, policies, guidelines, and best practices
    • Partners with legal counsel on assessing and resolving employment-related concerns and  risks, lawsuit discovery, and litigation preparation
    • Manages the exit process and paperwork for terminating employees 
    • Conducts an annual review of existing benefits programs for necessary changes and  improvements; partners with the Director of Finance to review budgetary needs for benefits programs; negotiates contracts and services
    • Directs preparation and distribution of communications to inform employees of benefits programs such as insurance plans, retirement plans, paid time off, etc.
    • Works in conjunction with leadership on the strategic planning process for the staffing needs of the school. Coordinates recruitment with school departments and application processing.  Oversees background screening for all new employees
    • Creates and updates job descriptions as needed; posts and monitors job openings; tracks applicants; screens resumes; assists principals with the interview process
    • Responsible for the creation and distribution of offer letters and annual employment letters.  Compensation research and guidance regarding salary budget and new hires
    • Manages the new hire orientation and onboarding process
    • In charge of the semi-monthly payroll process and retirement plan contributions
    • Responsible for proper time-tracking of non-exempt hours and calculation of overtime payments, as well as long term subs and daily substitute teachers
    • Monitors and maintains the time off tracking system, including year-end reports and payouts
    • Assists employees with questions regarding their benefit coverage. Completes necessary paperwork for medical leaves of absence including maternity, STD, LTD, FMLA, and FFCRA as it relates to COVID-19
    • Serves as a fiduciary for the school’s retirement plan, oversees plan administration, and partners with DFO to ensure compliance with all 403b regulations  
    • Ensures personnel files are maintained properly on current and terminated employees
    • Enters data for personnel sections of surveys within independent schools (i.e., INDEX, NAIS, SAIS, etc.)
    • Update payroll (RPO) and benefits administration (PlanSource) systems as needed
    • Prepares and maintains reports that are necessary to carry out the functions of the Human Resources department, such as government reporting. Prepares periodic reports for management, as necessary or requested, for internal purposes.
    • Assists with billing reconciliations as it relates to employee benefits
    • Tasked with developing and tracking annual performance reviews, as well as employee satisfaction and exit surveys 
    • Participates in developing department goals, objectives, and systems. Assists in implementation and training of new software as needed
    • Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars as necessary to represent the department
    • Any additional tasks as requested by the Director of Finance & Operations
    Qualifications
    Education
    Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in business or other HR-related areas.  
    HRCI or SHRM certification required. 
     
    Experience
    3-5 years of experience supporting an HR office, preferably in a school setting, or non-profit organization. Experience with payroll processing required. 
     
    Skills and Knowledge
    • Demonstrated leadership ability
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations
    • Accountable, collaborative, and customer-service oriented
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
    • Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to prioritize 
    • Able to receive and implement constructive feedback
    • Must be able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, while exercising sound judgement
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from various school constituencies  
    • Self-starter who is dedicated, and follows through with tasks until completion
    Other
    Ability to serve in a 12-month role, approximately 45 hours/week, including business hours of 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday-Friday.  All work is performed on campus.  Nights and weekends are sometimes required. 
     
    Physical Requirements
    This job is performed mostly inside and sometimes outside; the noise level can be quiet to loud. Position requires sitting at a desk, walking, standing, crouching, stooping, talking, seeing, and hearing as needed to perform essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to type, finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. This position requires the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
     
    In compliance with ADA requirements, we will make reasonable accommodations for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.
     
    Additional Responsibilities
    The statements in this job description are intended to represent the key duties, essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job. All employees are expected to support the mission and vision statements of St. Martin's Episcopal School and to contribute to the overall life of the school. 
  • Industrial Arts Instructor (woodworking)

    Industrial Arts Instructor                                                                  
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks a culturally competent and responsive faculty member to lead woodworking instruction for Pre-K through 8th-grade students, beginning November 2021.  The instructor will be hired to teach in the newly founded Industrial Arts program.  They will co-construct age-appropriate woodworking curriculum and lead woodworking instruction.  The instructor will prep projects based on the needs of students and maintain standard safety procedures around woodworking equipment, and when appropriate, assist and collaborate around STEAM-based projects and initiatives.  They will also maintain an annual supplies budget, purchase workshop supplies as appropriate, and carry out routine maintenance on shop equipment, while maintaining a clean and organized work environment.
     
    Preferred candidates will have at least a High School degree, Bachelor’s degree in a related field is a plus; as well as three or more years of woodworking experience, woodworking teaching experience is a plus.
     
    This is a full-time position with benefits.  Salary is dependent upon education, training, and experience and is commensurate with other independent schools in the area. 
     
    How to Apply
    Please submit a cover letter, resume and references to careers@stmartinschool.org
    Founded in 1959, St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a coeducational day school in Atlanta, Georgia, serving approximately 600 students from eight weeks of age through eighth grade and is dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere which fosters lifelong learning.  For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
     
    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities.  Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.
  • Infant Teacher

    Infant Teacher                                                                                   
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is looking for experienced Infant Teachers to work in our Early Childhood Program at our new High Point Campus. We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.

    Summary
    The ideal candidate will have already completed the State of Georgia (Bright from the Start) Child Development Associate (CDA) credential for Infant Caregivers, and have two years of experience working with infants (ages 8 weeks – 24 months). A Bachelor or Associates degree is preferred but not required. 
    The candidate could also be a high school graduate, at least 19 years of age, working towards a degree in early education, or holds the CDA credential for Infants, and has two years of experience in an early childhood program. CPR and First Aid are a plus, other training and background checks will be required upon hire.
    Candidates should be professionals who embrace working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment and are comfortable incorporating the use of various technologies to support student learning. St. Martin’s believes in life-long learning and offers teachers extraordinary opportunities for professional growth and benefits packages. 

    Responsibilities and Duties
    Early Childhood Infant Teachers operate the classroom in compliance with all Georgia child care licensing standards. S/He ensures that child care routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic, and consistent with good child development principles. This includes routines related to diapering, hand washing, eating, napping and transitioning between activities and co-curricular classes. The position also ensures that parents receive adequate information about their child's experiences at the school through daily contacts and regularly scheduled parent conferences. The Teacher provides daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering every 2 hours and feeding on demand. The Teacher also observes children to detect signs of illness, injury, emotional distress, or other special needs and report these signs immediately to the Early Childhood Principal.
    • Provide a safe and loving environment for the infants in his/her care
    • Be the primary caregiver for children in the classroom
    • Give bottles to infants as provided by parents
    • Feed infants' solid foods as age appropriate and provided by parents
    • Change diapers as needed
    • Soothe infants by singing to and cuddling them
    • Supervise infants on the floor as they play with age-appropriate toys
    • Put infants in cribs for nap time
    • Ensure play, sleep and changing areas are kept clean
    • Appropriately supervise children while keeping them safe at all times
    • Engage children in activities and play that stimulates their development
    • Ensure the safety and well-being of each child by responding to their emotional, social, and physical needs as well as their educational needs
    • Utilize developmentally appropriate practice and best practice methods at all times
    • Assist children with activities of daily life (restroom use, diapering, hand washing)
    • Approach parents daily and speak with them about their child(ren)
    Qualifications
    • A caring individual who enjoys teaching young children
    • Possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, and have minimal absences
    • Be mentally and physically capable of caring for a large group of children alone in a classroom
    • Great customer service skills to communicate effectively with parents
    • Have an awareness of the unique needs of young children and have appropriate expectations
    • Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs
    • Be available for full-time employment and available to work as early as 7:15 am and as late as 6:15 pm
    • Have dependable transportation
    • Completion of the Early Childhood courses as designed by the state
    • Meet annual professional development requirements as required by the school
    • Ability to pass a background check
    • Extended periods of time sitting on the floor
    • Ability to work year-round
    • Must be able to work well together on a team with other teachers
    Additional Expectations
    • Create and maintain an environment that is clean, organized, and safe for all children
    • Establish a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care and friendly service
    • Lead Teacher may train and supervise teacher aides in the classroom, ensure they are following program policy and expectations, and direct them as to what duties need to be carried out throughout the day
    • Plan daily activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children
    • Conduct child assessments and facilitate parent-teacher conferences
    • Attend and engage in occasional parent participation events and other events that may be on nights and/or weekends
    • Maintain a professional self-image and project the values of the organization at all times
    How to Apply
    Please email your cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org.
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from 8 weeks old through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
  • Toddler Teacher

    Toddler Teacher                                                                                 
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is looking for experienced Toddler Teachers to work in our Early Childhood Program at our new High Point Campus. We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.

    Summary
    The ideal candidate will have already completed the State of Georgia (Bright from the Start) Child Development Associate (CDA) credentialing, and have two years of experience working with toddlers (ages 18 – 40 months). A Bachelor's or Associates's degree is preferred but not required. The candidate could also be a high school graduate, at least 19 years of age, working towards a degree in early education, or holds CDA credentialing, and has two years of experience in an early childhood program. CPR and First Aid are a plus, other training and background checks will be required upon hire.

    Candidates should be professionals who embrace working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment and are comfortable incorporating the use of various technologies to support student learning. St. Martin’s believes in life-long learning and offers teachers extraordinary opportunities for professional growth and benefits packages. 

    Responsibilities and Duties
    Early Childhood Toddler Teachers operate the classroom in compliance with all Georgia child care licensing standards. S/He ensures that child care routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic, and consistent with good child development principles. This includes routines related to diapering, hand washing, eating, napping and transitioning between activities and co-curricular classes. The position also ensures that parents receive adequate information about their child's experiences at the school through daily contacts and regularly scheduled parent conferences. The Teacher provides daily care individually to each toddler, including but not limited to diapering as needed and scheduled feeding. The Teacher also observes children to detect signs of illness, injury, emotional distress, or other special needs and report these signs immediately to the Early Childhood Principal.
    • Provide a safe and loving environment for the toddlers in his/her care
    • Be the primary caregiver for children in the classroom
    • Change diapers as needed
    • Soothe toddlers by singing to and cuddling them
    • Supervise toddlers on the floor as they play with age-appropriate toys
    • Supervise toddlers at nap time
    • Ensure play, sleep and changing areas are kept clean
    • Appropriately supervise children while keeping them safe at all times
    • Engage children in activities and play that stimulates their development
    • Ensure the safety and well-being of each child by responding to their emotional, social, and physical needs as well as their educational needs
    • Utilize developmentally appropriate practice and best practice methods at all times
    • Assist children with activities of daily life (restroom use, diapering, hand washing)
    • Approach parents daily and speak with them about their child(ren)
    Qualifications
    • A caring individual who enjoys teaching young children
    • Possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, and have minimal absences
    • Be mentally and physically capable of caring for a large group of children alone in a classroom
    • Great customer service skills to communicate effectively with parents
    • Have an awareness of the unique needs of young children and have appropriate expectations
    • Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs
    • Be available for full-time employment and available to work as early as 7:15 am and as late as 6:15 pm
    • Have dependable transportation
    • Completion of the Early Childhood courses as designed by the state
    • Meet annual professional development requirements as required by the school
    • Ability to pass a background check
    • Extended periods of time sitting on the floor
    • Ability to work year-round
    • Must be able to work well together on a team with other teachers
    Additional Expectations
    • Create and maintain an environment that is clean, organized, and safe for all children
    • Establish a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care and friendly service
    • Lead Teacher may train and supervise teacher aides in the classroom, ensure they are following program policy and expectations, and direct them as to what duties need to be carried out throughout the day
    • Plan daily activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children
    • Conduct child assessments and facilitate parent-teacher conferences
    • Attend and engage in occasional parent participation events and other events that may be on nights and/or weekends
    • Maintain a professional self-image and project the values of the organization at all times
    How to Apply
    Please email your cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org.
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from 8 weeks old through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
  • Infant Assistant Teacher

    Infant Teaching Assistant                                                                 
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is looking for experienced Infant Teaching Assistants to work in our Early Childhood Program at our new High Point Campus. We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.

    Summary
    The ideal candidate will have already completed the State of Georgia (Bright from the Start) Child Development Associate (CDA) credential for Infant Caregivers, and have two years of experience working with infants (ages 8 weeks – 24 months). A Bachelor's or Associates's degree is preferred but not required. 
    The candidate could also be a high school graduate, at least 19 years of age, working towards a degree in early education, or holds the CDA credential for Infants, and has two years of experience in an early childhood program. CPR and First Aid are a plus, other training and background checks will be required upon hire.
    Candidates should be professionals who embrace working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment and are comfortable incorporating the use of various technologies to support student learning. St. Martin’s believes in life-long learning and offers teachers extraordinary opportunities for professional growth and benefits packages. 

    Responsibilities and Duties
    Early Childhood Infant Teaching Assistants operate the classroom in compliance with all Georgia child care licensing standards. S/He ensures that child care routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic, and consistent with good child development principles. This includes routines related to diapering, hand washing, eating, napping and transitioning between activities and co-curricular classes. The position also ensures that parents receive adequate information about their child's experiences at the school through daily contacts and regularly scheduled parent conferences. The Teaching Assistant provides daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering every 2 hours and feeding on demand. The Teaching Assistant also observes children to detect signs of illness, injury, emotional distress, or other special needs and report these signs immediately to the Early Childhood Principal.
    • Provide a safe and loving environment for the infants in his/her care
    • Be the primary caregiver for children in the classroom
    • Give bottles to infants as provided by parents
    • Feed infants' solid foods as age-appropriate and provided by parents
    • Change diapers as needed
    • Soothe infants by singing to and cuddling them
    • Supervise infants on the floor as they play with age-appropriate toys
    • Put infants in cribs for nap time
    • Ensure play, sleep and changing areas are kept clean
    • Appropriately supervise children while keeping them safe at all times
    • Engage children in activities and play that stimulates their development
    • Ensure the safety and well-being of each child by responding to their emotional, social, and physical needs as well as their educational needs
    • Utilize developmentally appropriate practice and best practice methods at all times
    • Assist children with activities of daily life (restroom use, diapering, hand washing)
    • Approach parents daily and speak with them about their child(ren)
    Qualifications
    • A caring individual who enjoys teaching young children
    • Possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, and have minimal absences
    • Be mentally and physically capable of caring for a large group of children alone in a classroom
    • Great customer service skills to communicate effectively with parents
    • Have an awareness of the unique needs of young children and have appropriate expectations
    • Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs
    • Be available for full-time employment and available to work as early as 7:15 am and as late as 6:15 pm
    • Have dependable transportation
    • Completion of the Early Childhood courses as designed by the state
    • Meet annual professional development requirements as required by the school
    • Ability to pass a background check
    • Extended periods of time sitting on the floor
    • Ability to work year-round
    • Must be able to work well together on a team with other teachers
    Additional Expectations
    • Create and maintain an environment that is clean, organized, and safe for all children
    • Establish a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care and friendly service
    • Plan daily activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children
    • Conduct child assessments and facilitate parent-teacher conferences
    • Attend and engage in occasional parent participation events and other events that may be on nights and/or weekends
    • Maintain a professional self-image and project the values of the organization at all times
    How to Apply
    Please email your cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org.
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from 8 weeks old through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
  • Middle School Study Skills Teacher

    Kairos Learning Center – Middle School Study Skills Teacher                                 
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks a culturally competent and responsive, highly qualified, experienced teacher to teach a maximum of 3 Study Skills classes per day, each group comprising no more than 6 students.  The teacher will work collaboratively alongside other teachers in the Middle School to work with students who benefit from support in executive functioning and/or who may have language-centered learning differences.
     
    Preferred candidates will have at least a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, as well as three or more years of teaching experience. 
     
    This is a part-time position which may be combined with teaching assistant duties at other grade levels to create a full-time position, depending on candidate interest and qualifications.  Salary is dependent upon education, training, and experience and is commensurate with other independent schools in the area.  
     
    How to Apply
    Please submit a cover letter, resume and references to careers@stmartinschool.org.  

    Founded in 1959, St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a coeducational day school in Atlanta, Georgia, serving approximately 600 students from eight weeks of age through eighth grade and is dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere which fosters lifelong learning.  
     
    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities.  Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.
  • Substitute School Bus Driver

    Substitute School Bus Driver                                                                     
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks a professional and dependable Substitute School Bus Driver.  We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic. 
     
    The Substitute School Bus Driver will primarily be responsible for operating the school bus transporting students to and from school and school-related activities when the regular School Bus Driver is unavailable.  Qualified candidates must meet the following requirements:
    • Must be at least 21 years of age
    • High School Diploma or equivalent
    • Valid Class C Commercial Driver's License (CDL) and an insurable driving record with at least 1 year of commercial driving experience.
    • Exercise cognitive skills necessary to perform job duties
    • Exercise proficient oral and written communication skills
    • Work with youth and adults in the school community professionally at all times
    Physical Requirements
    While performing the duties of this job, the driver is regularly required to stand, use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.  The driver is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions and is regularly required to drive, see, talk, walk, and hear.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.  The driver is often required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.  The driver must frequently lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
     
    How to Apply
    Please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@stmartinschool.org.  No phone calls, please.
     
    About St. Martin’s
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from 8 weeks old through 8th grade.  St. Martin’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities.  Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.
    For more information about St. Martin’s, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
     
  • Substitute Teacher

    Summary            
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is immediately seeking qualified substitute teachers for fall 2020.  Age groups range from Infants through 8th grade.  Please indicate which grade levels you are interested in working with.   

    Ideal candidates will hold a 4-year degree or equivalent experience, and must have experience working with children.

    Candidates should be a professional who embraces working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment.

    How to Apply
      
    Please submit your resume, three professional references and application form to careers@stmartinschool.org.

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Contact Information

Maria Bouchard
Human Resources Manager
(404) 228-0713
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement             
St. Martin's Episcopal School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.
 
 
Non-Discrimination Policy

St. Martin's Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its employment practices, educational, admissions, or financial policies and athletic or other School administered programs.
St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a private day school for students in preschool through grade 8, located in Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere, which fosters lifelong learning.