Employment

Employment Opportunities

Middle School Math & Science Teacher

We are seeking a Middle School Math & Science Teacher to instruct middle school students in a college-preparatory environment.  This full-time faculty member will teach 5 full-year classes of math and physical science to middle school students, communicate with students, families and colleagues, fulfill faculty duties, and participate in extracurricular activities.

Qualifications for this position include a bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred) and three to five years experience teaching math and/or science. Middle school experience is preferred.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:  willingness and ability to learn, participate, and be active in a private school community; strong problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and teamwork skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills; self motivated with high work standards and attention to detail.

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org by April 30, 2017.


Part-Time Information Technology Assistant

We are seeking a part-time Information Technology Assistant to support the Technology Director with daily operation of the School’s network, servers, printers, databases, and other equipment.

Qualifications for this position include a high school diploma or equivalency.  A bachelor’s degree is preferred.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:  

  • Ability to

    • communicate effectively with constituents from the entire school community

    • define problems and implement appropriate solutions

    • demonstrate effective analytic, written, and oral communications skills

    • multitask and work under pressure

  • Demonstrated knowledge in managing hardware and software specific to the school.

  • STRONG knowledge and experience with:

    • PC/Apple hardware

    • Multiple Operating Systems. (Windows 7, 10, OSX)

    • Mobile devices (iOS, Android)

    • TCP/IP networking protocols

    • Server 2012 (Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, File and Storage Services, IIS, NAP, Printer Services, WDSWSUS)

    • Creating Cat5e/Cat6 cabling

    • Microsoft Office Suite 2007 and Office 365

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org by May 22, 2017.


Technology Teacher

We are seeking a Technology Teacher for the 2017-18 school year to teach middle and upper school students in a college-preparatory environment. The school has launched a new technology curriculum and the Technology Teacher will play an integral role in developing this program.

This full-time faculty member will teach two sections of upper school semester-based courses; one section of upper school robotics, to include out-of-class competitions and events; one section of middle school electives; and will support the middle school tech/robotics club.  This position will also be responsible for communicating with students, families and colleagues, and will fulfill basic faculty duties.

Qualifications for this position include a bachelor’s degree in a related field (advanced degree preferred) and prior experience teaching middle and/or upper school students. Experience in robotics coaching is required. 

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

  • Knowledge of diverse programming languages leading to tangible student outcomes such as web pages, 3D printing and fabrication, animation, games, and apps.

  • Ability to implement curricula for upper school technology classes and electives, such as:

    • Computer Science Applications & App Design

    • Web Foundations & Design

    • 3D Printing & Fabrication

    • Animation & Game Design Principles

    • Robotics

  • Ability to teach middle school introductory classes and electives, such as:

    • Technology Basics

    • Robotics

    • Design & Modeling

    • Computer Science

  • Willingness and ability to learn, participate, and be active in a private school community; strong problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and teamwork skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills; self-motivated with high work standards and attention to detail.

NOTE: Parker School is also seeking a part-time Informational Technology Assistant to support the Technology Director. Candidates who are qualified to teach some but not all of the components of the Technology Teacher position and are qualified for the IT Assistant position are encouraged to apply.

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org


Long-Term Substitute Middle School Art Teacher

We are seeking a Long-Term Substitute Middle School Art Teacher to instruct students in a college-preparatory environment.  This part-time faculty member will teach four semester classes to middle school students (6-8) and will be responsible for communicating with students, families and colleagues, and fulfilling faculty duties.

Qualifications for this position include a bachelor’s degree in a related field (advanced degree preferred) and prior experience teaching art.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:  willingness and ability to learn, participate, and be active in a private school community; strong problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and teamwork skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills; self motivated with high work standards and attention to detail.

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org by June 5, 2017.


Long-Term Substitute Lower School Art Teacher

We are seeking a Long-Term Substitute Lower School Art Teacher to instruct students in a college-preparatory environment.  This part-time faculty member will teach one hour class per week per grade to lower school students (K-5) and will be responsible for communicating with students, families and colleagues, and fulfilling faculty duties.

Qualifications for this position include a bachelor’s degree in a related field (advanced degree preferred) and prior experience teaching art.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:  willingness and ability to learn, participate, and be active in a private school community; strong problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and teamwork skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills; self motivated with high work standards and attention to detail.

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org by June 5, 2017.