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Thank you for your interest in applying for a position of employment at Holy Spirit Episcopal School. 

A private Episcopal school located in the Memorial area of Houston, Holy Spirit Episcopal School is recognized for its warm and welcoming community where students and families are known by name. Serving 376 students from Early Childhood through Middle School, our staff of 90 develop strong relationships with families and are invested in the mission of the school. 

Middle School History Teacher

This position is responsible for student instruction in various middle school grades for the subject of history.  The Middle School History Teacher will create lesson plans to instruct students in a well-rounded, comprehensive program that implements inquiry and research-based instruction.  Qualified applicants may submit a resume and supporting documents to Human Resources.

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Director of Human Resources

The Director of Human Resources manages all human resource functions for the school’s staff of more than 90. Tasks include managing benefits and leave, employee relations, onboarding, policy implementation, facilitation of recruitment and employment, and compliance with policy and legal requirements. Must be able to work well within a team and maintain strict confidentiality on all matters.  Qualified applicants may submit a resume and supporting documents to Human Resources.

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Director of Development

The Director of Development reports to the Head of Finance and Business Operations and serves on the Administrative Team. Responsibilities include oversight and implementation of all programs and events related to fundraising, including the annual fund, major gifts, and fundraising events, as well as timely and accurate record-keeping, data management, and reporting. This person also helps lead capital campaigns as applicable. Qualified applicants may submit a resume and supporting documents to Human Resources.

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Toddler Lead Teacher

As part of the Early Childhood division, the Toddler Lead Teacher plans and implements the daily curriculum for children in the classroom. The teacher also maintains classroom records and developmental checklist, as well as oversees and coordinates the children’s personal care, hygiene, learning activities, specialized programs and positive guidance. Qualified candidates may submit Resume with supporting documents to Human Resources.

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Infant Lead Teacher

As part of the Early Childhood division, the Infant Lead Teacher plans and implements the daily curriculum for children in the classroom. The teacher also maintains classroom records and developmental checklist, as well as oversees and coordinates the children’s personal care, hygiene, learning activities, specialized programs and positive guidance. Qualified candidates may submit Resume with supporting documents to Human Resources.

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Early Childhood Assistant Teacher

As part of the Early Childhood division and under the direction of the Lead Teacher, the Assistant Teacher supports with the daily management and supervision of the classroom and children. Qualified candidates may submit Resume with supporting documents to Human Resources.

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HSES Recruits Qualified Substitute Teachers Year Around

To apply for a Substitute Teacher position, complete the Employment Application and Background Check forms below, and send with a current resume, transcripts, references, certifications and other supporting documents to Human Resources.

Application Forms to Complete for All Positions 

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NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

HSES prohibits discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability or any other protected status as required by applicable federal, state, and local laws in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student programs and activities unless a particular status protected by federal, state, or local laws contradicts the deeply held religious convictions of the School or the Church.  

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