Mon – Fri—8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Elementary Education, Early Childhood, or a related field is required. Teacher’s certification in Missouri or a reciprocal state is recommended. Experience teaching in an independent or public school may be considered in lieu of certification. These positions offer a commensurate salary (based on education and experience) and the following benefits: school holidays, personal/sick days, and tuition reduction for teachers’ children. SCCS offers small class sizes and a supportive faculty environment.
SCCS is seeking individuals with scheduling flexibility to join our team of substitute teachers. Substitutes cover planned and unplanned teacher absences throughout the school year, with opportunities ranging from preschool through eighth grade, as well as specials classes (art, music, physical education). Applicants must be eighteen years of age or older, have sixty or more hours of undergraduate coursework or a bachelor’s degree and pass a comprehensive background check. Experience with classroom management, working with children, and implementing lesson plans, CPR or First Aid training is preferred.
To apply for a position, please submit your resume, application (see the PDF download below), cover letter, and three references to Michael Treadwell at [email protected]. South City Community School seeks candidates for all positions who sincerely profess and live the Christian faith, possess a knowledge or willingness to learn the Charlotte Mason philosophy of education, and embrace the mission and vision of South City Community School, including the desire to work in a diverse urban context. As part of the application process, candidates should familiarize themselves with the SCCS website and the Charlotte Mason educational philosophy.
SCCS is a member of the Christian Schools Association of St. Louis. Visit their website to see CSASL job listings.
South City Community School admits students of any race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.