We are always interested in connecting with educators who are passionate about classical Christian education in New York City. We welcome you to consider any open positions listed below or send us your résumé to be considered for future openings.
Résumés and completed applications may be emailed here or sent to: The Geneva School of Manhattan, 138 W 90 St, New York, NY 10024.
Degree is required and experience is preferred.
Lower School Teacher
Lower School Music Teacher
Experience with the Kodály method preferred.
All levels; knowledge of Singapore Math a plus.
Weekly chess classes to Preschool to Fifth Grade students and after-school chess classes. Competitive experience preferred.
Part-time at the high school level.
Enrichment and Library Coordinator
Coordination and management of after-school programming, summer camp programming, school library inventory, and class visits. Possible full-time.
Part-time transitioning to full-time position. Experience is strongly preferred.
25 hours a week, Monday through Friday. We provide all the materials needed in order to perform duties on site.
The Geneva School of Manhattan faculty member exhibits integrity, leadership, and a passion for learning. He or she is a cultivator of knowledge, continues to grow in understanding of classical education, and is committed to lifelong excellence in and out of the classroom. As a professional, he or she seeks to uphold high academic standards and clearly communicates expectations to parents and students. A Geneva School faculty member encourages students to measure all knowledge against the standard of God’s revealed truth in Scripture.
The faculty or staff member is a disciple of Jesus Christ who models a love for God through obedience to his Word. He or she embraces the mission, vision, and purpose of the School while embodying integrity and professionalism in every area of life. He or she demonstrates a teachable spirit, an ability to share love for others, a willingness to live contentedly under authority, and a commitment to follow the Matthew 18 principle when an issue arises with fellow employees or management.