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Ancona is a remarkable place to go to school—and to work!

Driven by our mission, Ancona’s unique approach to educating the whole child is also evident in how we engage professionally. Faculty, staff, school leadership, and members of our community collaborate in decision making to ensure that all voices and opinions are represented in determining educational polices and the direction of the school. We are also strongly committed to the ongoing professional development for all employees. 

The Ancona School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Opportunities

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  • Learning Specialist

    To Apply
    Email your resume and cover letter to learningspecialistjob@anconaschool.org

    Summary/ Objective
    The Ancona School is seeking a Learning Specialist to provide support to students who are experiencing challenges in the areas of reading, writing, math, and executive function. Reporting to the Head of School and the Director of Family and Student Services, the Learning Specialist will provide support and strategies to students with diverse learning needs that require classroom modification, accommodations, and remedial instruction. This teacher will work with students both in the classroom and in a pull-out setting, depending on the students and their current academic needs. Additionally, this teacher will create and implement an individual learning plan (Student Support Plan) for each student on their caseload. 
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  • Spanish Teacher: 1st to 8th Grade

    To Apply
    Email your resume and cover letter to spanishteacherjob@anconaschool.org

    Summary/Objective
    The Ancona School seeks a full-time head teacher for Spanish. The teacher will provide instruction of the Spanish language using a cultural context to embed the teaching and learning. The language teacher is responsible for evaluating student progress in the subject matter and communicating regularly with parents, including weekly updates to the classroom web page, and emails and phone calls to inform the child’s family of academic and social-emotional development. This teacher writes narrative-based progress reports, leads the class as part of school assemblies and special events, monitors student behavior, and responds by developing prosocial behaviors and self-regulation.
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Ongoing Opportunities

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  • Auxiliary Program Staff

    The Auxiliary Program staff member is responsible for supervising groups of children ages 3-14 and planning non-facilitator led programs during After School, Ancona Extra (school days off), and during select evening events. The Auxiliary Program staff member works closely with the Director of Auxiliary Programs as well as other Educators, Administrators, and Program Facilitators.
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  • Substitute Teacher

    The Ancona School seeks a part-time Substitute Teacher for a progressive education, Montessori-infused classroom.  Substitute teachers at Ancona provide support for the overall smooth functioning of the classroom, including care of the children, maintenance of the environment, seamless delivery of lessons, and smooth interactions with families. This is an excellent opportunity to join a vibrant learning community.
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      Independent Schools Association of the Central States

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      Lake Michigan Association of Independent Schools

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      National Association of Independent Schools

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      American Montessori Society

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