Employment Opportunities

New Roads does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status, gender identification, national origin, citizenship, veteran status, ancestry, age, physical/mental disabilities, or any other condition made unlawful by applicable federal, state or local laws. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship including recruitment, hiring, upgrading, training, promotion, transfer, discipline, layoff, recall and termination.


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Current Employment Opportunities

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  • 4th Grade Lead Teacher

    New Roads School provides an inspired college preparatory program from which an authentically diverse student population, mirroring the rich diversity of Los Angeles, develops a personal dedication to learning, a respect for independent thinking, an expanding curiosity about the world and its people, and a commitment to the common good.
     
    The 4th grade Lead Teacher is a professional, experienced and passionate educator with teaching experience at the Elementary school level.

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  • Assistant Varsity Coach, Girls Volleyball

    Job Summary: 
    New Roads School is seeking a skilled and motivated coach to assist New Roads students in reaching their highest potential. A coach who will put our students first, strive to educate the whole person, and make a difference in their lives. Responsibilities for this position include planning, organizing, and delivering appropriate coaching and providing guidance to student-athletes so that they might achieve a high level of skill and an appreciation for discipline, sportsmanship, and teamwork in the sport of Girls Volleyball.

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  • Elementary School Teaching Assistant

    New Roads School provides an inspired college preparatory program from which an authentically diverse student population, mirroring the rich diversity of Los Angeles, develops a personal dedication to learning, a respect for independent thinking, an expanding curiosity about the world and its people, and a commitment to the common good.
     
    New Roads' Elementary School is looking for a Teaching Assistant to begin as soon as possible.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Demonstrate commitment to educating self and embracing anti-bias and anti-racist work.
    • Effective classroom management skills and flexibility
    • Assist lead teachers in planning, prepping, and implementing an active learning experiences; including regularly assessing student learning and presenting this learning in formal reports and conferences
    • Assist with the instruction of small groups, individual students and the class as a whole to support students
    • Experience and/or interest in differentiated instruction, project-based, constructivist approach to teaching and learning, as well as portfolio, authentic, and performance assessment.
    • Passion for teaching and understanding of and respect for students’ individual learning styles
    • Show a commitment to supporting the holistic ( intellectual, social, emotional, ethical, and aesthetic) development of the student, both inside and outside of the class.
    • Lead class when lead teacher is absent
    • Maintain a climate of trust and mutual respect, which encourages students to risk asking questions, expressing their opinions, and making mistakes necessary to the learning process.
    • Passion for professional growth and continuous learning, including the ability to be self-reflective and learn from feedback received from colleagues, and administrators.
    • Demonstrate excellent organization, time management and follow-through skills
    • Desire to collaborate across disciplines
    • Exhibit the ability to work as part of a team
    • Attend all meetings
    • Communicate respectfully, thoughtfully, sensitively to families and caregivers with an awareness of different families, cultures, values and needs.
    • Perform supervision duties, as needed and assigned
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    • Perform additional duties, as needed and assigned
     
  • Elementary School/Middle School Counselor and Parent Education Coordinator

    The Elementary and Middle School Counselor and Parent Education Coordinator is a full-time position and includes responsibilities as the coordinator for the Parent Education Program, bringing in outside resources/presenters for students and parents. The Counselor works in collaboration with the Middle School Director, the Academic Dean, the MS Dean of Students and the Elementary School Director. The Counselor, who works directly with the Elementary and Middle  School staff, students, parents, and teachers, is the contact to outside resources for the emotional health and well-being of the students K-8. The Counselor is expected to model ethical and professional practices.

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  • Facilities Staff

    The Facilities Staff position is responsible for the renovation and repair, care of, and maintenance of the schools buildings and grounds. The position works within the Facilities Department and interacts with all school departments, staff, and visitors on campus.  The Facilities Staff position performs general maintenance and repairs, handles set-up and break-down for classrooms, offices, meetings and events and ensures that the campus is maintained, clean and free of trash and debris.

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  • Instructor of Film Production and Film Theory

    Job Summary: 
    In alignment with the school's Mission, Statement of Philosophy, and Commitments, the New Roads Middle School Program provides tools to participate intellectually, socially, politically, and morally, “to read well and write clearly,” “to reason and to question thoughtfully, soundly, critically, and ethically,” “to invite and seek to understand contradictory and complementary perspectives,” and “to listen and and understand empathically.”

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  • Middle School History Teacher

    In an authentically diverse community reflective of Los Angeles, New Roads prepares young people for life by developing in them a personal dedication to learning, a respect for independent thinking, an expanding curiosity about the world and its people, and a commitment to the common good.
     
    In alignment with the school's Mission, Statement of Philosophy, and Commitments, the New Roads Middle School History Program provides tools to participate intellectually, socially, politically, and morally, “to read well and write clearly,” “to reason and to question thoughtfully, soundly, critically, and ethically,” “to invite and seek to understand contradictory and complementary perspectives,” and “to listen and and understand empathically.” 
     
    Reporting to the Middle School Director, the Middle School History Teacher is responsible for teaching students in grades 6-8.

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  • Part-Time Middle and Upper School Music Teacher Grades 6-12

    New Roads School provides an inspired college preparatory program from which an authentically diverse student population, mirroring the rich diversity of Los Angeles, develops a personal dedication to learning, a respect for independent thinking, an expanding curiosity about the world and its people, and a commitment to the common good. 

    The part-time Middle and Upper School Music Teacher is a professional, energetic, innovative and generous musician with teaching experience at the middle and upper school levels (grades 6-12). This part-time position will teach sections of Middle School Guitar, Middle School Pop Ensemble and Upper School Jazz/Rock Ensemble class that includes a mixed range of abilities, beginners to advanced. The Music Teacher also coordinates and instructs the classes during end of semester performances.

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  • Upper School Counselor

    The Upper School Counselor is a full-time position. The Upper School Counselor reports directly to the Upper School Director and Director Student Wellbeing and Human Development. The Upper School Counselor works in collaboration with the Upper School Administration in service of the students and to develop a life-long foundation for wellbeing. The Counselor works directly with the Upper School staff, students, parents, teachers, outside professionals and is expected to model ethical and professional practices.  
     
    The Upper School Counselor plays a significant role providing culturally responsive support for social and emotional needs and challenges of the students, parents and, at times, of the faculty as well.  The Counselor is available to meet with students, faculty and parents individually or in groups for consultation, assessment, and resource referral.

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  • Upper School Manager of Administrative Operations

    The Upper School Manager of Operations reports directly to the Upper School Director and Executive Manager of Operations. The Upper School Manager of Operations provides administrative support for the Upper School Director and is responsible for organizing, implementing, and managing systems for the overall daily operations of the Upper School The Upper School Manager of Operations also serves as the point of contact for the Upper School community (including parents, students, faculty, staff, and the public), while communicating the spirit and values of New Roads School.

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Employment Benefits
New Roads provides a comprehensive benefits package for its benefit eligible faculty and staff. Below is a brief description of our group healthcare, retirement and other benefits. Benefits are subject to change.


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  • Medical Insurance

    Full-time employees have the option to choose between HMO and PPO coverage plan through Blue Shield of California.  New Roads currently pays 100% of the monthly premium for both the HMO and PPO plans and contributes a percentage to the cost of the monthly premiums for dependent coverage.
  • Dental Insurance

    Full-time employees have a Dental PPO coverage option through Guardian Dental.  New Roads currently pays 100% of the monthly premium for the Dental plan and contributes a percentage to the cost of the monthly premiums for dependent coverage.
  • Vision Insurance

    Full-time employees have a Vision coverage option through EyeMed's Insight Plan.  New Roads currently pays 100% of the monthly premium for the Vision plan and contributes a percentage to the cost of the monthly premiums for dependent coverage.
  • Retirement Savings Plan

    New Roads offers a pre-tax 403(b) retirement plan through Vanguard. New Roads provides a 403(b) match for eligible, full-time employees with a 2 year vesting schedule. There is no waiting period for employee contributions and immediate matching is available.
  • Long Term Disability and Life Insurance

    New Roads provides full-time employees with group Long Term Disability and Basic Life Insurance coverage through Guardian Insurance at no cost to the employee.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    New Roads provides all benefit eligible employees with an employer paid Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) through Guardian. All eligible employees are automatically enrolled in the EAP.  The EAP provides confidential assistance to eligible employee and all members of their household.