Working at Laurel
Laurel School is seeking talented faculty and staff who want to join an environment where our students are first and all adults in the building strive to make a difference in their lives. We seek to attract culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff who thrive on being engaged participants in our academic community. The most successful candidates see opportunities before problems and can laugh at themselves while succeeding in a fast-paced, forward-thinking educational environment. Laurel lives its mission: to inspire each girl to fulfill her promise and to better the world. We continually challenge our community to dream, dare, and do.
Laurel School is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all personnel and applicants for employment without regard to race; color; religion; sex; national origin; handicap or disability; sexual orientation; or status as a veteran, Vietnam era, or special disabled veteran.
All open positions are listed below. Please click on the link located in the position description to apply. Where prompted, please enter your desired compensation range in numbers only (no commas or symbols). If you encounter any technical issues, please contact Miriah Seckel, Human Resources Assistant at 216-455-3065 or mSeckel@LaurelSchool.org.
Position Category: Staff
Position Title: Assistant Director of Development
This is an exciting time to be a part of the Development team as Laurel School prepares for its next comprehensive campaign. Laurel School seeks a self-motivated, energetic and passionate fundraising professional to join its development team. Reporting to the Director of Development, this person will help identify, cultivate, solicit and close gifts and will manage an assigned portfolio of approximately 100 major and planned gift prospects who have the ability to make significant gifts. In addition, this position will lead the efforts, with volunteers, to secure leadership gifts in support of events, special projects and the School’s annual fund, the Laurel Fund.
Please note this position requires travel (50-75%).
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Academic Division Directors review substitute teacher candidates on a quarterly basis. If you are interested in being considered during the next review, please submit the following items to the Director of Human Resources:
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Substitute Teacher Job Descriptions:
Position Category: Staff
Position Title: Maintenance Worker
Laurel School is looking for a Maintenance Worker to preform and assign a variety of tasks involved with the maintenance and repair of buildings, equipment, and furniture predominantly at the Lyman Campus in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
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Laurel School is a dynamic, forward-thinking, K-12 girls’ school, with a co-ed pre-primary division where every child is well known. Laurel enjoys an outstanding local and national reputation and is home to the Laurel Center for Research on Girls.
In a highly competitive school landscape, Laurel is fortunate to be a school of choice in Cleveland. Our emphasis on the whole child and our legacy of excellence in the teaching of girls set us apart.
Located in Shaker Heights, OH (15 minutes from downtown Cleveland) with an additional rural campus 17 minutes away, the school has an urban/rural advantage. The work environment is noted for being family-friendly and flexible. The feeling in the school is joyous, collaborative, and innovative. Our curricular philosophy emphasizes community-based, interdisciplinary and experiential learning. Collaboration and reflective practice are key to pedagogy at Laurel. The school is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty and student body.
Laurel teachers are committed to:
- the study of research on girls’ education
- integrating this knowledge into classroom practice
- working with each girl to fulfill her promise
- flexibility and openness to new ideas
- the academic and social development of girls
- involving parents as partners in the educational process
- the creation of a classroom community
- the integration of community-based learning projects at the classroom level and as a part of the whole school community
- equity and inclusion
- multicultural education
- outdoor education and sustainability