Work with Good Shepherd Episcopal School
Current positions available:
Substitute teachers: Meets and instructs an assigned class. Teaches a broad range of subjects or specialized subject matter(s). Teaches general education and/or exceptional education students, motivating all students to achieve maximum potential. Guides the learning process towards the achievement of curriculum goals and within the content of these goals, establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects with the ability to communicate these objectives effectively to students. To apply, please submit a current resume and references to: email@example.com
Good Shepherd is an Inclusive Community
Good Shepherd Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions and hiring practices.
Good Shepherd Episcopal School is committed to providing an inclusive educational environment. We actively engage students, families, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our school community respects the differences in ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. Consistent with the School’s mission, Good Shepherd fosters in our students, and expects from all others, respect for the dignity of every person.
About Good Shepherd Episcopal School (GSES)
Founded in 1971, a member of NAIS, and accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, GSES serves students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Providing true educational choice in the Greater Richmond area, GSES delivers an individualized approach to education, combining a leveled learning environment with a nurturing community. Grounded in integrity, honesty, accountability, and a commitment to one another’s success, GSES students are supported in the development of a moral compass. The academic program includes instruction in the core academic subjects as well as music, art, Spanish, physical education, and library.
GSES is nestled in the Forest Hill community of Richmond, less than two short blocks away from Forest Hill Park and its newly renovated lake and grounds. Richmond itself offers varied and notable historic, cultural, dining and entertainment venues. A population over 200,000 calls this city home and the area houses headquarters to many notable organizations such as: Dominion Resources, Mead Westvaco, Ethyl Corporation, The Martin Agency, and Markel Corporation, as well as one of the nation’s Federal Reserve Banks.