Nobles seek to hire a Teaching Fellow to work in the Middle School. Each year, we hire Teaching Fellows in various academic disciplines. The Middle School Fellow will focus on work in the humanities (English, Geography, Civics) with a mentor teacher and become fully immersed in the life of the Middle School. The Fellow will also be involved in the School’s afternoon program.
Housing is often available and part of the teaching-fellow compensation package; those Fellows who live on campus will also mentor and supervise students as part of our residential-life team. Finally, Fellows are essential to help support unanticipated needs and special projects that unfold as the year progresses (e.g. planning and chaperoning events, helping with academic support, class coverage, etc) For more information about the Teaching Fellow Program, please see the following.
We seek candidates who would bring a desire for ongoing professional improvement, a diversity of backgrounds and experiences and a demonstrated commitment to young people. Nobles has a long-standing commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and takes pride in ensuring that this is reflected within our faculty and student body. Candidates must have a BA or BS in hand when they arrive in the fall.
People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ+ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please complete the online application and upload a résumé with cover letter addressed to:
Michael Denning, Head of Upper School Noble and Greenough School 10 Campus Drive Dedham, MA 02026
About Noble and Greenough School
Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.
People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.