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General Employment Information

Applicants are requested to provide a resume and cover letter (no more than one page front and back) to include:

  • Brief introduction of applicant, including current church membership/attendance
  • Reason for seeking a position at Rockbridge Academy
  • Why the applicant would be a good fit for this position

Unless otherwise noted, submissions may be mailed to Rockbridge Academy, 680 Evergreen Road, Crownsville, MD 21032 or sent via email to learning@rockbridge.org, attaching a Microsoft® Word document or a PDF.

Employment at Rockbridge Academy is open to qualified individuals who are Christians of good character, without regard or reference to race, gender, national or ethnic origin, color, age, or disability. Rockbridge Academy is a religious educational ministry, permitted to discriminate on the basis of religion. All prospective and current employees must agree with Rockbridge Academy's mission statement, and they must be willing to conduct their lives in conformity with the school's statement of faith and the school's declaration and agreement to ethical and moral integrity.  

General Qualifications for Employment

Teacher applicants should have a minimum bachelor's degree in the liberal arts, literature, history, mathematics, or science. Applicants must be members in good standing of an evangelical church, organized, good communicators, and possess a love for children, knowledge, and learning.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Benefits: Health insurance, life insurance, 403(b) plan w/employer matching, long & short term disability, and dental reimbursement program.

Description: Rockbridge Academy is a classical Christian school, located between Baltimore and Annapolis, which seeks to teach students in an academic, Christ-centered environment according to the Trivium. Rockbridge has grown its secondary from one to two class sections per year, and all of the employment positions will be joining an experienced faculty.

Contact: Mr. Roy Griffith, headmaster, Rockbridge Academy; Telephone: (410) 923-1171; Email: learning@rockbridge.org.

The following positions are currently available

Facilities Coordinator

The Facilities Coordinator assists the Facility Manager with building and grounds maintenance and repair; takes primary responsibility for logistical planning and execution of school events including set up, break down, and equipment needs; responds to staff requests for specific room maintenance needs; mentors student workers; performs miscellaneous janitorial tasks as needed; and other duties, as assigned.  A successful candidate will demonstrate mature Christian character,  basic experience with maintenance and repair; organization and planning skills, a willingness to learn, as well as interest in career development in facilities management.  The Facilities Coordinator position is a full-time, hourly position with benefits including paid time-off, sick leave, health insurance, life insurance and a defined contribution retirement plan.  This position reports to the Facilities Manager. Compensation is commensurate with experience and starts at $16-$18/hour.  A more detailed job description is available here.

IT Coordinator and Registrar

The IT Coordinator and Registrar's role is to ensure a streamlined operation of IT and SIS activities at Rockbridge Academy.  As the IT Coordinator, this individual will plan, coordinate, direct and design IT activities and needs of the organization, as well as provide  support for daily operational activities of the IT department.  This person will work closely with the Director of Finance, Headmaster and other administrators to identify, recommend, develop, implement and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the school.  This person will define and implement IT policies, procedures and best practices.  As Registrar, this individual will maintain the SIS database, perform registration and enrollment protocols, maintain student records and assist with database-oriented safety and compliance procedures.  For a more detailed job description, click here.
 

After the Bell Club Programming

Do you have a passion that you would love to share with children? Seeking leaders for children's after-school activity clubs.  Activities may include music, art, dance, sports, common arts such as sewing, carpentry or cooking, special interests such as chess, Legos or Lego robotics, and academic interests such as languages and math.  Each club will meet one to two afternoons per week from 3:30-4:30 or 4:30-5:30 (these times are still approximate) on Monday through Thursday.  A club may span all three sessions per school year or last for just one or two.  Qualified applicants will love the Lord and have a skill or interest that they wish to share with a group of 8-15 grammar students.  After the Bell is open to students from both Rockbridge Academy and from the broader community.  The After the Bell program coordinator is Mr. Addison Baldridge.
 

Morning Bible Club Leader

Rockbridge Academy is seeking a Morning Bible Club Leader for the academic school year to prepare and present a simple Bible study for K-6 grade students who are dropped off before school. The Bible time will include a brief discussion of a biblical theme, coloring, prayer time, and recitation of grammar Bible memory verses. Materials will be provided by the school. Qualified candidates will love the Lord, love His Word, and enjoy working with children. The Morning Bible Club leader is asked to report to school by 7:00am Monday through Friday and will be done before 8:00.  We are open to splitting this position between two people.