Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Trinity School. We accept resumes from qualified candidates year-round.  Prospective candidates can submit preliminary interest by following the directions listed next to the appropriate division below.  Great candidates are invited to submit materials for the following open positions:

  • After School Care Worker - Assist in care of children, grades K3-8,  after school from 3:00 - 5:30.   Great opportunity for college students! 
    Interested parties should email ktreadwell@trinitywildcats.com for more information.
     

  • Lower School Learning Resource Specialist - The Lower School Learning Resource Specialist works through a Biblical worldview in collaboration with the classroom teacher to:
  • Help student develop effective learning strategies
  • Educate parents/update about student progress
  • Specialized educational support to improve grades and support academic    progress
  • Assess student’s learning differences
  • Remediate student’s areas of weakness
  • Offer weekly one-on-one sessions
  • Focus on student’s performance on classroom assignments and skills development

Interested parties should email bfaulker@trinitywildcats.com for more information.

  • Classroom Substitute

In order to create an encouraging learning environment for students while their classroom teacher is absent, the substitute teacher will need to effectively manage and instruct the class from roll call through to tidying up the classroom after the students have left. Some of the substitute teacher’s duties and responsibilities include:

  • Follow lesson plans provided by the regular teacher to create a cohesive and consistent learning experience for students
  • Manage the classroom effectively to encourage student participation, minimize distractions and maintain a positive learning environment
  • Supervise students in and out of the classroom, including in the halls , on the playground and in the cafeteria
  • Provide in class and at home assignments based on the available lesson plan
  • For long-term substitutes: develop lesson plans and assignments consistent with the regular teacher’s past lesson plans

    Interested parties should email bfaulker@trinitywildcats.com for more information.
     

Trinity is a unique school in that our mission is twofold. We prepare all students for college and career by providing the highest quality education, but we do this within the context of a biblical world and life view. Thus, we seek teachers who are experts in their subject area who also know how to place that subject matter within the context of the Christian faith. Our teachers exhibit a passion for education, great care for the students that have been entrusted to them, and deep respect for colleagues, parents, and other members of the school community. Trinity teachers and staff take advantage of a supportive program of mentoring and professional development so that they can improve and hone their craft. 

Montgomery is a small city with a relaxed and friendly feel. Recently named America's "Most Historic City," Montgomery played an important role in both the American Civil War and 20th-century Civil Rights Movement. As the capital of the state, Montgomery is also an important and growing economic center for the state with various employment opportunities including Maxwell/Gunter Air Force Bases and Hyundai Motors Manufacturing Alabama. Key attractions include the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Rosa Parks Museum, and Montgomery Biscuits Baseball. With easy access to Birmingham, Atlanta, and the Gulf of Mexico, Montgomery is centrally located and offers a range of social and cultural opportunities.

  • For Lower School positions, please send a resume along with a letter of interest to Becky Faulkner at bfaulkner@trinitywildcats.com
     
  • For Middle and Upper School positions, please send a resume along with a letter of interest to Analyn Coker at acoker@trinitywildcats.com.
     
  • For Athletic Coaching positions, please send a resume along with a letter of interest to Jessica Lassiter at jlassiter@trinitywildcats.com.
     
  • For positions in our food service department, please send a resume along with a letter of interest to Merle Henkel at mhenkel@trinitywildcats.com
     
  • For all other positions, please send a resume and letter of interest to Tiffany McInnis, Assistant to the Head of School, at tmcinnis@trinitywildcats.com.

 

It is the policy of Trinity Presbyterian School to treat all applicants and employees in a non-discriminatory manner, without regard to race, color, sex, age, ancestry, national origin, marital status, disability, military, or status of Vietnam era veteran or qualified disabled veteran.

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