Manzano Day School

Joy in Learning® Since 1938

Employment Opportunities

Full Time Positions

Elementary School Teacher

Full time position for elementary classroom teacher, excellent working conditions, professional atmosphere, competitive pay and benefits. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of quality teaching in an elementary school setting and must be either currently certified for elementary education or eligible for certification in New Mexico. Please email resume and cover letter to Cathy Hubbard at chubbard@manzanodayschool.org.

Spanish Teacher

Full time position for elementary Spanish teacher for second through fifth grades, excellent working conditions, professional atmosphere, competitive pay and benefits. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of quality Spanish teaching in an elementary school setting and must be either currently certified or eligible for certification in New Mexico. Please email resume and cover letter to Cathy Hubbard at chubbard@manzanodayschool.org.

Director of Peterson Learning Center

Full time position for elementary grade teacher with experience teaching reading and working with students experiencing learning differences, in private independent school setting for the 2018-2019 school year; excellent working conditions, professional atmosphere, competitive pay, and benefits. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of teaching students reading and working with students with learning differences and must be either currently certified for elementary education or eligible for certification. Please email resume and cover letter to Cathy Hubbard at chubbard@manzanodayschool.org.

Director of Development

The Director of Development plans, organizes, and implements all fundraising activities. The primary areas of responsibility include management of the Annual Fund Drive and the Capital Campaign, cultivation and solicitation of Major and Planned Gifts, fundraising for the Wings program, volunteer recruitment and training, and coordination of donor acknowledgment and recognition. Special events and celebrations also fall in the purview of the Director of Development, as well as development and maintenance of alumni records. All successful applicants must pass a background check.
Please email cover letter and resume to Neal Piltch at npiltch@manzanodayschool.org

Other Openings

Summer Discovery 2018

Manzano Day School’s Summer Discovery program is hiring for an experienced elementary classroom teacher for our entering 3rd grade class. The dates of program are June 4 - July 13, 2018. Our Summer Discovery program provides a creative, collaborative, and fun working environment. Teachers plan and teach lessons related to world country studies in math, reading, writing, arts and crafts, etc. Please email resume and cover letter to Keith Laffler at klaffler@manzanodayschool.org.

Fenton Ranch Summer Camp Environmental Educator

Fenton Ranch is Manzano Day School's residential environmental education facility. It is located in a beautiful canyon in the Jemez Mountains, about 80 miles north of Albuquerque. Applicants should have experience with elementary aged children, an appreciation for the natural world, and an interest in teaching environmental education. Please click here for a full job description and program dates. Please email resume and cover letter to Stephanie Kichler at skichler@manzanodayschool.org.

Substitute Teacher

Manzano Day School is currently accepting applications for substitute teachers. Qualified applicants will have a bachelor’s degree and show evidence of successfully working with children in a learning environment.
All successful applicants must pass a background check.
Please email cover letter and resume to Cathy Hubbard at chubbard@manzanodayschool.org


Manzano Day School is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes teachers and staff regardless of race, color, gender, age, disability, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identification or spousal affiliation.


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