You can feel the difference at Seacrest. Come join us.
For teachers it's a place where their energies flow into creating meaningful learning experiences for each student. And a high degree of personal satisfaction for themselves.
For children it's a safe, fun place to learn and grow. They develop a sense of shared purpose and mutual vitality. They are nurtured in an atmosphere that is warm, enthusiastic, challenging, and respectful.
For parents it's a place where their children are safe and secure. Where communication is valued and where they are a key and valued partner in the success of their child's education.
For the community, Seacrest is an asset. Our children are prepared to take their positions as future leaders who will in turn give back to the community.
On a daily basis Seacrest is a place of real discovery. It's a place of competition and challenge. It's also a place where success for one is viewed as success for all. At Seacrest we are teaching our children how to succeed with grace in everything they choose to do.
Resumes and applications for employment are accepted throughout the year. If you would like to be considered for a position, email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Attention: Human Resources
7100 Davis Boulevard
Naples, FL 34104
Currently accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year with emphasis on:
Create and coordinate publications and advertising materials to support our marketing goals, with regard to our admission processes, student programs, events, and development initiatives all consistent with our Seacrest philosophy and mission; manage media relations; provide school-wide writing and editing support; attend school events to photograph and publish photos that provide a window to our community. Provide resume, salary requirements, and examples of writing style and collaborative projects to email@example.com.
Seeking a dynamic mathematics teacher for the 2013-14 academic year. The successful candidate will be a passionate classroom teacher, adept with TI-84 calculator teaching, experienced teaching 6-12th grades; able to balance computational skill with creativity, and utilize a variety of teaching strategies to reinforce math concepts with real-world applications. Faculty at Seacrest work as a team across disciplines and age groups with a strong commitment to developing life-long learners congruent with our mission of whole-student learning. This position is primarily a middle school position but will include high school math classes and advisories/homeroom.
Seeking creative and dynamic art teachers for grades 6-12 and for grades PreK- 5 for the 2013-14 academic year. Portfolio required in more than one medium and must possess knowledge of multiple media, including painting, drawing, clay, and art techniques/history. Looking for candidates that have prior experience guiding students into art shows, juried events, and community activities; have built momentum and produced observable growth of visual arts program. Most importantly, candidates will enjoy sharing their passion for the visual arts in the classroom with children of all levels of ability. One position is primarily middle school and includes middle school advisory duties and high school classes in studio art and portfolio development. The Lower School position will teach all Lower School grades during each school week and must interact with students from 3-11 years old.
We are searching for a Band Director to grow an existing program and integrate the instrumental arts into a larger arts curriculum. Looking for: prior experience forming an energetic music program; 3+ years in the classroom with grades 6-12; knowledge of wind, brass, and percussion instruments. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrative Assistant for Athletic Director
Must be confidential, efficient and professional and want to work with students in an athletic setting. Duties will include scheduling sports events and transportation; maintaining the calendar and correspondence for the Athletic Director; and keeping student and team records. We are looking for an individual that has the skills to communicate effectively and warmly with a diverse group of constituents such as FHSAA & GCAC, parents, coaches and students, has worked previously in a similar support role (a prior school environment a plus), and is proficient with software. Hours will vary depending on athletic season.