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Employment

With an enrollment of 52% students of color, The Elisabeth Morrow School is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or marital status. We seek candidates who will add to the diversity of our school community. The Elisabeth Morrow School is located 10 minutes from Manhattan.

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Open Positions

  • English Chair/Middle School Writing and English Teacher

Middle School English Department Chair/English and Writing Teacher

The Elisabeth Morrow School is accepting applications for a Middle School English Chair and Middle School English/Writing Teacher. The Chair will lead curricular innovation and alignment and instructional excellence throughout our fifth through eighth grade English department. The English Chair will be tasked with consistent evaluation of the curriculum to promote best practices and engagement.

The appointed candidate will teach sixth grade English, lead the middle school’s robust creative writing and journalism program, and oversee the School’s entries to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards as well as the School’s annual literary magazine. Desired candidates will hold a Master’s degree in a related discipline, significant teaching experience, and/or equivalent experience in a related field.

The successful candidate will possess a strong work ethic, a strong and collaborative leadership style, a track record of curricular innovation, experience and appreciation for uniqueness middle school students, and deep knowledge and experience with middle school English curriculum.

To apply, please send resume to jobs@elisabethmorrow.org.

Middle School Literacy/Learning Specialist

The Elisabeth Morrow School seeks a qualified literacy/learning specialist. The ideal candidate will be an Orton-Gillingham certified teacher with comprehensive knowledge of literacy for students in the later elementary through middle school years. This position is multifaceted and therefore we are seeking a motivated, collaborative, and flexible teacher who can and will assume a variety of educational responsibilities.

The ideal candidate will be able and willing to teach a class, work with small groups, and support classroom teachers. The candidate will be innovative, technologically competent, and able to help develop a creative program to meet the needs of diverse learners. Prior school experience is preferred.

Please send resumes to jobs@elisabethmorrow.org


Middle School Math Department Chair/Math Teacher

The Elisabeth Morrow School is accepting applications for a Middle School Math Department Chair and Math Teacher. The Chair will lead curricular innovation and alignment and instructional excellence throughout our fifth through eighth grade math department.

The School has two key initiatives that the chair will help lead. First, it is currently completing its first year in a three-year rollout of a K-6 commitment to the Singapore Math curriculum, and the Chair will be expected to foster in the program to the fifth and sixth grades, and capitalize on implications for the seventh and eighth grade curriculum. Second, the Middle School has begun an initiative to further develop STEAM integration and is prepared to commit significant resources to a comprehensive STEAM approach and philosophy.

Other responsibilities include teaching four middle school math classes, facilitating math-specific assessments and competitions, and serving as a middle school advisor. Desired candidates will hold a Master’s degree in a related discipline, significant teaching experience, and/or equivalent experience within the mathematics field. The successful candidate will possess a strong work ethic, a strong and collaborative leadership style, a track record of curricular innovation, experience and appreciation for uniqueness middle school students, and deep knowledge and experience with middle school mathematics’ curriculum.

Please send resumes to jobs@elisabethmorrow.org

Positions Available


Substitute Teachers at all levels, early childhood through eighth grade. All subjects.

Immediate openings for lunch aides, lower school (Grade 1-4) level

Email resumes to: jobs@elisabethmorrow.org

Divisional Administration


Middle School Head

Paul Baly

Lower School Head

Beth Anne Brennan

Director of Early Childhood Programs

Tricia Eickelberg

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