Employment Opportunities

"On my arrival at Ambleside I was interviewed by Miss Mason who asked me for what purpose I had come. I replied: “I have come to learn to teach.” Then Miss Mason said: “My dear, you have come here to learn to live.” I have never forgotten those precious words which have helped me with my children.”  ~ Essex Cholomondeley
                                                             

Ambleside School Rocky Mountains is currently looking for a Principal and full time Elementary and Middle School teachers. If you are interested, please request an application from our Administrator at admin@amblesiderockymountains.org.

Principal

An Ambleside school Principal is first and foremost a lover of Jesus Christ, children and knowledge. Within this relational context, the Principal is responsible to set and maintain a positive (high-joy), inspirational, and peacefully authoritative atmosphere throughout the school. The Principal is to train, support and shepherd teachers in providing a “living education”.  Through ASI-provided mentoring and resources, school observation visits and feedback, personal study and practice, the Principal is to become highly competent in leading and promulgating the Ambleside® method and to acquaint him/herself thoroughly with the ASI Principal’s Manual and curriculum for all grades, holding all teachers, staff and students to ASI’s rigorous standards. In a broad sense, the Principal is the school’s primary spokesperson and represents the school on and off campus and acts on behalf of the school by professionally and warmly interacting with all students, parents, teachers, staff, visitors and the community at large.  The Principal reports to the School Board.  See a detailed job description here.

Elementary and Middle School Classroom Teacher

Position Overview

At Ambleside, we believe that the best way to help families flourish is to implement the method and philosophy of Charlotte Mason in the classroom. Thus, Ambleside teachers willingly submit to Charlotte Mason's educational philosophy and become her students. They eagerly seek to increase their own knowledge and expertise by reading, discussing, practicing, and attending educational training so that they might become better teachers and excel in their vocation.
If you have an active, daily commitment to Jesus Christ and share his heart for children, if you have a love for learning and reading, if you have experience with helping children grow, developing passion for the Ambleside Philosophy, we would love to hear from you!
Required: Bachelor's Degree
Preferred: Experience teaching, a major in an academic subject from a liberal arts or science program, or leadership experience in an academic or ministry setting
See a detailed job description here.

Part Time Positions

Ambleside School Rocky Mountains has the following part time hourly positions available:
Substitute Teachers
Please request an application from our Administrator at admin@amblesiderockymountains.org.