Careers

Inspiring the Next Generation

Hyde Schools is a network of college preparatory schools dedicated to the development of character and leadership in students and families. Hyde is not just a great place to be a student; it’s also a great place to work. When you become a Hyde employee, you gain the opportunity to work in an environment that supports your efforts to pursue your individual best and discover your potential. We wish you the best in your pursuit to become a member of the Hyde team!

Our campus in Bath, Maine provides a picturesque setting in which to work.


OPEN POSITIONS:

Teaching Openings for the 2017/2018 School Year

Math Teaching Openings:

Hyde School is searching for two math teachers to begin with the 2017/18 school year in July.  These positions are for mid-range math instruction such as Geometry and Algebra 2. Teaching responsibilities include creating a syllabus for your class, assigning homework, leading class, organizing lessons and grading students on their progress. Support and mentoring will be provided by the math department chair. Outside of the classroom, responsibilities include tutoring students who are behind on their lessons, athletic coaching, and residential duty. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree is required. Interested candidates should contact Richard Truluck, Associate Head of School (rtruluck@hyde.edu) or Ken Grant, Academic Dean (kgrant@hyde.edu).

English Teaching Opening:

Hyde School is searching for an English teacher to begin with the 2017/18 school year in July. This position requires background in reading and interpreting English literature as well as instructing students in the proper verbal and written expression and use of the English language. Teaching responsibilities include creating a syllabus for your class, assigning homework, leading class, organizing lessons and grading students on their progress. Support and mentoring will be provided by the English department chair. Outside of the classroom, responsibilities include tutoring students who are behind on their lessons, athletic coaching, and residential duty. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree is required. Interested candidates should contact Richard Truluck, Associate Head of School (rtruluck@hyde.edu) or Ken Grant, Academic Dean (kgrant@hyde.edu).

ESL Teaching Opening:

Hyde School is searching for an ESL teacher to begin with the 2017/18 school year in July. Teachers specializing in ESL, or English as a Second Language, instruct students who are native speakers of other languages. Hyde’s ESL teaching position provides English instruction to primarily Mandarin native speakers. This includes teaching students basic English skills such as listening, reading, writing and speaking. Responsibilities include developing a sequential curriculum that takes an overall approach to English study and language use. In addition, teaching responsibilities include creating a syllabus for your class, assigning homework, leading class, organizing lessons and grading students on their progress. Support and mentoring will be provided.  Outside of the classroom, responsibilities include tutoring students who are behind on their lessons, athletic coaching, and residential duty. Fluent in Mandarin is desired in order to communicate with the majority of students. Also an employment plus is knowledge of Chinese students’ culture and recognition of differences that may affect a student’s ability to acclimate to an English-speaking environment. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree is required and past experience in ESL instruction is a plus. Interested candidates should contact Richard Truluck, Associate Head of School (rtruluck@hyde.edu) or Ken Grant, Academic Dean (kgrant@hyde.edu).

Summer 2017 Intern Openings

Hyde School is searching for current college students to intern this summer in one or more of Hyde’s residential summer programs. Internships include:

  1. June Academic Onward Program (June 2 – July 1): Academic Onward gives students an opportunity to recover credits or improve their GPA. Interns are responsible for planning, leading, and implementing core and non-core programs and experiences for enrolled students. Specific responsibilities include academic tutoring, providing high quality outdoor educational and recreational experiences for participants, residential life supervision, and Dean’s area mentoring of any struggling students.
  2. July Summer Leadership Challenge Program (July 2 – 30): Summer Leadership Challenge allows students an opportunity to challenge themselves in a supportive community through exploring new interests, strengthening current skills, and gaining a new appreciation of their unique potential. Interns are responsible for planning, leading, and implementing core and non-core programs and experiences for enrolled students. Specific responsibilities include athletic instruction, academic enrichment, performing arts instruction, providing high quality outdoor educational and recreational experiences for participants, residential life supervision, and Dean’s area mentoring of any struggling students.
  3. June/July/August Wilderness Internships (June, July, and August): Throughout the summer, student participants head north to Hyde’s Lennox Lodge Wilderness property in Eustis, Maine.  There they are led by our own expert instructors in camping, boating, hiking, and outdoor adventures in the Maine wilderness where students learn to channel their inner strength and grit. The curriculum helps students face obstacles outside their comfort zone. Interns are responsible for assisting Hyde’s wilderness staff with planning, leading, and implementing core and non-core wilderness-based programs and experiences. Specific responsibilities include helping lead hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and multi-day expeditions. Onsite training and mentoring is available.

All Intern Candidates must:

  • Provide for the general safety of enrolled students and model sound character and high learning standards.
  • Be a current college student in good standing or a recent college graduate.
  • Have the ability to work as a member of a team and the ability to accomplish tasks with little direct supervision.
  • Have the physical ability to lead and participate in activities which include, but are not limited to, hiking, canoeing, swimming, team building initiatives, physical games, and activities.

Inquiries Should be Directed to:

  • June Academic Onward Program: Ken Grant, Academic Dean, kgrant@hyde.edu
  • July Summer Leadership Challenge Program: Richard Truluck, Associate Head of School, rtruluck@hyde.edu
  • June/July/August Wilderness Internships: Richard Truluck, Associate Head of School, rtruluck@hyde.edu

Hyde School is an equal-opportunity employer.