Salary/Benefits

The O’Neal School seeks employees who are knowledgeable and experienced in their fields and united in their commitment to students.  To ensure that our faculty and staff remain on the leading edge within the school’s mission, we offer competitive compensation and benefits, as well as a strong and varied program for professional growth and development. 

Application Process

Applicants should complete an application and email the completed application, a resume, and a cover letter to jobs@onealschool.org. The O’Neal School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Open Positions

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  • Upper School Division Head

    The O’Neal School seeks a highly qualified Upper School Division Head to lead the Upper School (grades 9 through 12). The major responsibility of the Upper School Division Head is to ensure all activities of the Upper School are aligned with the mission of The O’Neal School.
     
    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Have knowledge of, uphold, model, and communicate the mission of The O’Neal School.
    • Act as the educational leader of the Upper School, responsible for its day-to-day operation.
    • Direct the activities of Upper School instructional and non-instructional staff in the performance of their duties.
    • Articulate the division’s programs, expectations, behavioral guidelines, and other information to faculty, students, and parents as needed. Communicate regularly and effectively with faculty, staff, parents, and students.
    • Observe, supervise, and evaluate faculty in the development and implementation of the curriculum. Facilitate and assist faculty and staff with professional growth.
    • Supervise the teaching process and review and evaluate academic programs.
    • Provide and maintain a safe and secure learning environment.
    • Create a shared vision with faculty and staff that places student learning at the core of the division.
    • Cultivate a professional, positive, and caring culture within the division.
    • Create a sense of shared responsibility for Upper School students.
    • Provide a physical environment that demonstrates the importance of learning for all members of the school community.
    • Work with faculty and department chairs to ensure the implementation of an effective and forward-thinking instructional program.
    • Be aware of the educational, physical, social, and psychological needs of the members of the school community and develop plans for meeting these needs.
    • Maintain budgets within the Upper School.
    • Meet regularly with the Head of School, other division heads, and school administrators.
    • Ensure compliance with legal requirements and educational standards.
    • Make recommendations to the Head of School regarding the hiring, retention, and assignment of faculty.
    • Establish programs for the orientation of new teachers, for in-service training of all teachers, and for the evaluation of classroom teachers.
    • Strive for cooperation and diversity through tact, respect, and a recognition of individual differences and the special abilities and strengths of each teacher and student.
    • Oversee the coordination of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities within the Upper School. Assist in the planning and presentation of school assemblies and programs.
    • Establish guidelines for proper student conduct and dress; maintain student discipline consistent with school policies; monitor students’ adherence to established school rules; and maintain accurate student records. Oversee grading and reporting, as well as methods used by teachers in measuring student achievement.
    • Maintain a visible presence in all areas of the Upper School; work toward a resolution of all problems as they arise and keep the Head of School informed of the programs, activities, and challenges of the division.
    • Prepare a master division class schedule and assign teachers and students to classes and other obligations.
    • Serves as a consultant to teachers in matters of classroom management, teaching method, and general school procedures.
    • Assist in the admissions process for testing, interviewing, and evaluating applicants for enrollment.
    • Attend after school functions and maintain a presence at school events.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head of School.
     
    Minimum Requirements:
    • A Master’s degree.
    • Previous experience as an academic leader, preferably in independent schools and at the Upper School level.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills related to interactions with students, parents, and teachers.
    • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
    • Attention to detail, strong organization skills, collaborative, engaging, adaptive, and proactive.
     
    All employees hired by The O’Neal School must have legal authorization to work in the United States and must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
     
    Interested applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and statement of educational philosophy to jobs@onealschool.org.
     
    The O’Neal School does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by law.
     
  • Middle School / Upper School Mathematics Teacher

    The O’Neal School seeks a qualified Middle School and/or Upper School Mathematics Teacher. The major responsibility of the position is to plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program according to the guidelines provided by the O’Neal School curriculum which guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential.
     
    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Have knowledge of, uphold, model, and communicate the mission of The O’Neal School.
    • Plan, prepare, and deliver lessons appropriate to each class.
    • Assess, record, and report on the development and progress of students.
    • Stay abreast of developments in the field through reading, research, and professional development, including faculty development days.
    • Ensure safe use of equipment in the classroom.
    • Liaise and collaborate with colleagues, including Division Head, Department Chairs, fellow teachers, counselor, and other resources.
    • Participate in sponsorship of student extracurricular activities.
     
    Minimum Requirements:
    • A Bachelor's degree with an emphasis on math.
    • Previous experience teaching math, preferably at the middle school level.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills related to interactions with students, parents, and fellow teachers.
    • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
    • Attention to detail, strong organization skills, and an adherence to timeliness.
     
    All employees hired by The O’Neal School must have legal authorization to work in the United States and must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
     
    Interested applicants should download and complete an Employment Application, and email the completed Employment Application, a resume, a cover letter, and a copy of transcript(s) to jobs@onealschool.org.
     
  • After Care Teacher

    The O’Neal School is seeking an After Care Teacher who will be responsible for checking students in, supervising play on the playground, helping with activities, monitoring play and activities indoors and outdoors, and monitoring the safety of students.
     
    Age of students: 3-10 years (Pre-K through 4th grade)
     
    Hours: Part-Time Monday through Friday afternoons with school holidays off
     
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Experience in childcare or a school setting
    • An Associate’s degree or equivalent experience
    • Ability to work as a team member in a dynamic environment
     
    To apply, please download and complete an Employment Application and email your completed application and a resume to jobs@onealschool.org. All employees of The O’Neal School must pass a background check and drug test. The O’Neal School is an equal opportunity employer.
     
  • Substitute Teachers

    The O’Neal School seeks reliable professionals to join our substitute teacher list.  The major responsibility of the position is to continue the work of the classroom during the teacher’s absence.  In addition, the substitute:
    • Executes lessons as outlined by division administration or absent faculty member.
    • Adheres to normal school day schedule and responsibilities, including duties and after-school activities as assigned.
    • Maintains classroom order.
    • Provides information about students and class activities to returning faculty member.
     
    Requirements:
    • A Bachelor's degree
    • The ability to be "on-call" for both short-term and long-term positions
     
    Successful qualities of a substitute teacher include:
    • Strong communication skills
    • Dependability, responsibility, and reliability
    • Sense of humor
    • Strong conflict resolution skills
    • Enthusiasm and flexibility
    • Three years of consistent teaching preferred
     
    Qualifications for substitute positions may vary depending on division. In your application, please indicate which division (Lower, Middle, and/or Upper Schools) you may be interested in.
     
    The O’Neal School requires that all substitute teachers undergo and pass a background check and drug test.
     
    Interested applicants should download and complete an Employment Application, and email the completed Employment Application, a resume, and a cover letter to jobs@onealschool.org.
     
  • Part-Time Bus Drivers

    The O’Neal School is recruiting for CDL licensed drivers for sports teams, field trips and school activities. Duties include but are not limited to carefully transporting students, performing pre/post trip vehicle inspections, and assisting students in the loading and unloading process. Days and hours may vary.
     
    Requirements:
    • A valid CDL license
    • A commitment to safety and careful operation of a school bus
    • Possession of a safe driving record
     
    Interested applicants should download and complete an Employment Application and email it to jobs@onealschool.org.
     
The O’Neal School does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by law.

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The O’Neal School
3300 Airport Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387
910.692.6920

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