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, 911 Generals Highway, Millersville, MD 21108 or sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, attaching a Microsoft® Word document or a PDF.
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: email@example.com.
The following positions are currently available
Dialectic Latin Teacher
Rockbridge Academy is seeking candidates for a dialectic Latin teacher for the 2019-2020 academic year. The ideal Latin teacher will possess a love for learning, a love for God's word, a love for children, and a love for the Latin language. He or she will be organized and a clear communicator. A bachelor’s degree in Latin or the classics is the preferred educational requirement for this position. The ideal candidate will know and love the history of the classical world, being able to help students make connections between their Latin studies and their history studies, as well as how that world interacted with Christianity. A strong ability to teach and work with dialectic students is a must. Experience coaching soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming, lacrosse, or baseball a plus.