Employment

Odyssey is a community dedicated to our mission of preparing students to meet the challenges of the 21st century from an authentic sense of self. Our faculty are practitioners of compassionate communication, passionate lifelong learners, and dedicated to embodying the educational philosophy we cultivate in our classrooms. We combine high academic standards with a deep sense of knowing self and encourage a meaningful relationship between the two, and we are committed to innovation, growth, and Integral thinking.

Please send your resume and letter of interest to learn@odysseycommunity.org.

Kindergarten Assistant

Odyssey’s Kindergarten classroom is expanding! We will begin interviewing in March, and the start date is August 15, 2017. An elementary teaching license is required, in addition to a strong desire to work, learn, and teach in an integral, creative, and dynamic community. As well, preference will be given to candidates with strong proficiency in technology. This classroom cultivates a magical sense of play and imagination, along with foundational academic and essential learning skills. Modeling enthusiasm, compassionate communication, and strong organizational skills for students is key!

5th Grade Homeroom Teacher

We have a position open in Odyssey’s 4th and 5th grade classroom! We will begin interviewing in March, and the start date is August 15, 2017.

An elementary grades teaching license and three years experience is required, in addition to a strong desire to work, learn, and teach in an integral, creative, and dynamic community. Preference will be given to candidates with strength in mathematics and language arts, strong organizational skills, in addition to having a great aptitude for working collaboratively, strong communication skills, and those who are inspired to model essential learning skills for their students. Our 4th and 5th grade teachers are expected to work closely develop a strong and heartfelt classroom community.

Middle School Homeroom Teacher

Odyssey Middle School is expanding! We are hoping to add an additional homeroom teacher to this program, expanding from two to three. We will begin interviewing in March, and the start date is August 15, 2017.

A middle grades teaching license and experience is required, in addition to a strong desire to work, learn, and teach in an integral, creative, and dynamic community. Preference will be given to candidates with strength in the arts (visual, theater, and language arts) and/or sciences, in addition to strong organizational skills. This is also a homeroom position, with the opportunity to incorporate your hobbies, passions, and other skills in designing elective courses. Preference will be given to candidates who have a great aptitude for working collaboratively, are committed to strong communication, and are inspired to model essential learning skills for their students. Teachers are expected to work closely with co-teachers to develop a strong and heartfelt middle school community.

High School Math Teacher

Odyssey High School weaves threads of experiential learning, outdoor education, design thinking and project-based learning, with a strong emphasis in building citizenship through community. We will begin interviewing in March, and the start date is August 15, 2017.
A secondary math teaching license is required, in addition to a strong desire to work, learn, and teach in an integral, creative, and dynamic community. Candidates should be comfortable with Algebra 1 through Calculus, as preps vary year to year. This is also a homeroom position, with the opportunity to mentor a small number of students, as well as incorporate your hobbies, passions, and other skills in designing elective courses. Homeroom teachers work together to schedule outdoor and service learning trips on Wednesdays. Preference will be given to candidates who have a great aptitude for working collaboratively, are committed to strong communication, and are inspired to model essential learning skills for their students.

Music Teacher

Odyssey’s music program serves all of our students, from preK through high school. Music classes are designed to cultivate creativity, joy, and inspiration, with a combination of exploration and inquiry-based skill development. We will begin interviewing in March, and the start date is August 15, 2017. Experience teaching music to kids between the ages of 4 and 18 is required, in addition to a strong desire to work, learn, and teach in an integral, creative, and dynamic community. The ability to play a variety of instruments (guitar, piano, drums) is a plus. Modeling enthusiasm, compassionate communication, and strong organizational skills for students is key!

Summer Camp Counselors

Odyssey Summer Camp is modeled on what we believe summer should be: Playing with your friends, outside among the trees, swimming in the sun, with classes in the arts, science, sports & plenty of time for creativity, movement & spacious play!

Camp Counselors will receive training on Compassionate Communication and work together as a team to build a balanced, engaging, and playful summer program for our campers. Applicants with prior experience working with kids, in camps and in the classroom, are preferred; a desire to be creative and playful, balanced with an intuitive and forward approach to physical and emotional safety are required.

Please send your resume and letter of interest to learn@odysseycommunity.org.

Substitutes PreK-12

The ideal candidate has experience with compassionate communication, working in classrooms and with children. An interest in design and design thinking, project-based learning, inquiry, and student-driven curriculum is all a plus. We seek to build a community comprised of adults who can model respect, compassion, and an energetic love of learning.

To inquire or apply for a substitute position in one of our programs (PreK, Elementary, or Upper Grades), please send a resume and cover letter to learn@odysseycommunity.org.


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