Employment at Triangle Day SchoolA superb faculty is the hallmark of an excellent school. At Triangle Day School, faculty and staff join a community that is dedicated to high professional and ethical standards and committed to promoting excellence in teaching. Our professional standards are in turn a model for our students.

We provide competitive salaries, excellent benefits, funds for professional development, and the opportunity to work with outstanding colleagues and students. If you are interested in joining our community, please look at our current opportunities.  If a position fits your qualifications, please email a cover letter and resume to employment@triangledayschool.org.

Triangle Day School is an equal opportunity employer. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in its hiring or its administration of any policy or program.

Employment Opportunities beginning August 2014:

After-School Program Director
Seeking a Part-Time After-School Director to supervise and facilitate activities with students (grades TK – 8) for the After School program.  This person must be able to supervise a staff of 2-3 After-School Counselors.  Hours are from 2:45pm-6:00pm, M-F.  Experience working with children is a plus.  A positive attitude, patience, friendliness, and kindness towards the students are a must!  Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Cross-Country Coach
Seeking a Head Coach for the Cross Country team from August 25 through October.  Team is co-ed with students from grades 5 through 8.  Experience running and working with Middle School students is a plus!  If interested, please click HERE to contact Maria Morrison, Athletic Director.

Technology Intern
The Technology Intern is responsible for all issues relating to technology at the school.  These include both technical and curricular duties relating to:
- Maintaining, and trouble shooting the school’s hardware and software.
- Supporting infrastructure (fiber optics, server, laptops, classroom connections, etc.).
- Assisting in the integration of technology applications across the TK-8 curriculum.
- Helping teachers with the hardware and software.
- Modeling staying current with technological knowledge and skills.
- Developing, coordinating, and teaching workshops/classes on instructional and administrative applications for computer and related technologies.
NOTE: This is a paid internship commensurate with experience and hours are flexible.

Maintenance and Grounds Technician
Seeking a full-time handy person to keep the school facilities in order and maintain the grounds.  Applicant should possess skills to accomplish domestic repairs and minor renovations.  Duties may include painting, assembling furniture, light plumbing, grounds upkeep, and more.  An ideal applicant would have (or be willing to get) a CDL to transport students on the bus.  Flexible hours are a plus – may include some weekend time.