Employment Opportunities

P.A.U. Assistant

Parker School seeks an After-school Assistant to supervise lower school students enrolled in the Parker After-School University (PAU) Program.  PAU students participate in the arts, physical fitness, study hall, individual tutoring sessions, and science and history investigations. Students are given a snack and time is allotted for homework and organized activities.

The PAU Assistant is a part-time position with hours from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on school days.  Qualifications for this position include a high school diploma or equivalent and prior experience working with children.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage children in a warm and friendly manner, will relate well to children, and will possess the skills and abilities necessary to assist students with study hall and tutoring sessions.

To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest with three references to hr@parkerschoolhawaii.org by June 30, 2018.

Technology Teacher

Parker School seeks a Technology Teacher for the 2018-19 school year to teach middle and upper school students in a college-preparatory environment.

This full-time faculty member will teach two sections of upper school year-long courses in Computer Science and 3-D Design and Modeling; one section of upper school robotics, to include out-of-class competitions and events; one section of middle school electives including introductory courses in computer science basics, design thinking and robotics; 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 technology classes and electives, such as: 
    • Computer Science Applications & App Design
    • Web Foundations & Design
    • 3D Printing & Fabrication
    • Animation & Game Design Principles
    • Robotics
  • 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 30, 2018.