Positive and lively interactions between students and teachers are at the heart of the learning process at GDS. Since its founding, Georgetown Day School has prided itself on being responsive to the individual needs of all its students, with a program that values and educates the whole child. When hiring faculty and staff, we look for individuals who can embrace those goals and see themselves as part of the larger life of the School.
For teaching positions, a bachelor's degree in relevant field is required; a master's degree and teaching experience preferred. For administrative staff positions, we look for relevant experience and education for the posted job. We are particularly interested in candidates with a proven commitment to teaching and working in a diverse, multicultural setting, as GDS is a school that from its founding has valued the integrity and worth of each individual. Positions are posted on this page as they become available.
Seeking Athletic Coaches both in the Upper and Middle School programs, for the 2021-2022 school year. These are part-time, temporary positions with a stipend.
The Benefits Manager will work with all levels of staff to inform and engage employees, maintain benefits programs, ensure integrity of the human resources information system.
The Director will oversee the overall strategy and implementation of The Annual Giving Program of the School, including alumni giving.
GDS seeks to hire several general After-School Program team members to support day-to-day programming.
to work in concert with the counseling team, Director of Student Success and Wellness, the learning specialists and other student support staff to provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the social, emotional, and psychological needs of students in grades 9-12.
Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C. is seeking a long-term substitute Math teacher for the fall of 2021.
The successful candidate is experienced in teaching foundation to advanced levels of digital photography courses to a diverse group of students.
Primary job responsibilities include teaching Biology and related disciplines at the high school level.
The Elementary Science Teaching Assistant will support science teachers and students’ learning experiences inside and out of the classroom.
A teacher who is brilliant at making history relevant and engaging for middle school aged students while supporting the development of students’ reading, writing, speaking and analytical skills.
Primary job description includes teaching French and serving as a middle school advisor.
Key responsibilities include providing administrative, tactical, and programmatic coordination for numerous ventures designed to sustain the school’s ongoing mission to nurture a diverse, equitable, and inclusive school community.
Working as part of the Health Services and Student Support teams, the nurse is responsible for all issues relating to the health and welfare of the students as well as staff during their attendance at the school.
Primary job responsibilities include teaching language arts, social studies, and math to second graders, as well as serving as a homeroom teacher.
Primary responsibility of all transportation staff is to provide for the safe and efficient transportation of students, faculty, staff and, in some cases, parents and visitors for school sponsored activities.