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Job Openings
JEMICY SCHOOL

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  • EVENT COORDINATOR

    Jemicy School is currently seeking an experienced, enthusiastic, and outgoing event coordinator. The goal and purpose of this position, which reports to the Director of Institutional Advancement, is to create well-organized, meaningful, and memorable experiences for students, faculty/staff, parents, prospective families, alumni, friends, and others, thereby promoting the mission and exemplifying the exceptional reputation of the school. Working with internal and external stakeholders, the coordinator will manage the entirety of each event/occasion from conception through completion.
     
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Oversee, plan, coordinate, and execute all aspects of small- to large-scale events and meetings, including, but not limited to, the following: venue, food and beverage, supplies and audiovisual equipment, travel arrangements, event signage, room staging and décor (florals, lighting, linens, color schemes, etc.).
    • Organize, coordinate, and attend meetings as required to plan, promote, and execute all assigned events.
    • Work with the Development Team to conceive, design, and create effective, aesthetically pleasing, event-related communications and promotions (including mail/email, video, social media, fliers, invitations, etc.) 
    • Manage the special event calendar and prepare event nametags, materials, notebooks, gift bags, registration/RSVP lists, seating cards, etc.
    • Assist in preparing and managing event budgets; keep track of event finances, including check requests, invoicing, and payments; and provide periodic expense updates.
    • Serve as liaison between the school, vendors, and volunteers working on each event.
    • Respond in a timely manner to all inquiries about events.
    • Close out all events by calculating actual attendance, ensuring return of rentals and/or borrowed equipment, replying to attendee feedback, and acknowledging volunteer and/vendor contributions. 
    • Propose creative new ideas to improve event planning, implementation, and general school interactions.
     
    Job Qualifications:
    • Proven ability to multi-task, prioritize, manage a large workload (including several events at one time), work under pressure, meet deadlines, incorporate feedback, and adapt quickly to changing priorities.
    • Superior organization, time management, and oral and written communication skills.
    • Self-motivated and extremely collaborative.
    • Can exercise good judgment and handle confidential matters with discretion.
    • Must be able to work evenings and weekends.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and essential photo, design, and video software.
    • Has skill to create aesthetically
    • A bachelor's degree in hospitality, communications, or public relations is a plus.
    • Must be able to meet the physical demands of the position: sitting, standing, kneeling, walking, lifting, and driving.
    How to Apply:
    To apply for the position, please submit cover letter and resume to: Beckie Cowan Fisher ’79, Re: Event Coordinator • bfisher@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
Job Openings
LOWER AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

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  • DIRECTOR OF LOWER SCHOOL

    Jemicy School is currently seeking qualified candidates to serve as the Director of Lower School. This full-time, 12-month, leadership position reports directly to the Head of Lower & Middle School and is primarily responsible for advancing the mission and credo of the school, overseeing lower school curriculum, supporting and supervising faculty, and fostering strong relationships with families and the extended community. In addition, this individual will work closely with faculty to advance student achievement and establish guidelines for student behavior to ensure that all students are maximizing both their academic and social potential. Finally, the Director of Lower School will support teachers’ efforts to carry out policies and fulfill day-to-day responsibilities. 
     
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Ensure clear, effective communication with parents about the educational program and student progress
    • Monitor faculty enforcement of policies and procedures and performance of assigned duties.
    • Assess faculty needs; participate in hiring decisions for the Lower School
    • Monitor student behavior, meet with faculty about student behavior, and communicate with parents regularly concerning student behavior.
    • Organize all disciplinary documentation and facilitate disciplinary actions when necessary.
    • Work closely with the school counselor to assist in developing programs and intervention strategies that promote positive student behavior.
    • Offer training and support to faculty in the areas of discipline, classroom management and student/teacher interventions.
    • Oversee and occasionally lead community assemblies.
    • Co-teach social skills related classes
    • In conjunction with the Head of Lower & Middle School:
      • Determine curricular and co-curricular content for the Lower School; ensure its effective implementation
      • Oversee effective implementation of administrative functions connected with the program such as carpool, student and faculty attendance, field trip logistics, etc.
      • Create opportunities for and assist with implementation of student recreational programming:  athletics, trips and special events, student government and clubs.
      • Set faculty meeting and professional development agendas
      • Oversee scheduling for lower school classes
      • Train, supervise, and evaluate faculty members
      • Manage lower school educational budget
     
     
    Job Qualifications:
    Required:
    • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in education, special education, counseling, higher education, or a closely related field.
    • Demonstrated experience and success working as a member of a school leadership team, community based organization, or related field.
    • Demonstrated experience and knowledge of small learning communities.
    • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups.
    • Solid presentation and public speaking skills.
    • Effective time management and executive function skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work within a team environment.
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflict through quality decision-making and effective problem solving.
    • Demonstrated ability to handle intense or controversial situations with grace, discretion, and diplomacy.
     
    Preferred:
    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in education, special education, counseling, higher education, or a closely related field strongly preferred.
    • At least 10 years’ experience working in independent schools in both teaching and administrative capacities.
    • Experience in scheduling, developing, planning, and implementing student-centric activities and events.
    • Extensive knowledge of learning differences and programs designed to address various learning challenges.
    • Experience as an advisor for student clubs and organizations.
    • Experience planning large events.
    • Experience in developing leadership programs.
    • Experience with budget management.
     
    How to Apply:
    To apply for the position, please submit cover letter and resume to: Ben Shifrin, Re: Director of Lower School •bshifrin@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSION

    Jemicy School is currently seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Admission for the Lower and Middle School. The individual assuming this role will assist the Director of Enrollment Management in all aspects of recruitment, admission, enrollment, retention, and re-enrollment initiatives to advance the mission, vision, and financial sustainability of the school. This includes managing the daily operations of the Admission Office and the admission process. 
    Job Duties and Responsibilities: 
    • Review psycho-educational evaluations and other supporting documents to determine a candidate’s fit.
    • Meet with prospective families to discuss the student’s profile, provide an explanation of the child’s testing, and educate families regarding Jemicy’s program.
    • Develop and maintaining relationships with educational evaluators and other educational professionals regarding the psychological and educational profiles of candidates.
    • Efficiently manage applications, required forms, and communications with candidates and their parents.
    • Enlist the support of faculty, staff, and the broader Jemicy community for admission events and activities.
    • Communicate final admission decisions to parents and appropriate individuals. 
    • Maintain accurate admission databases and manage relevant statistical information for use in official reports and projections.
    • Collaborate with other members of the admission team to evaluate and design admission and marketing materials with the goal of attracting and maintaining a capacity enrollment of qualified students for school and camp programs.
    • Collaborate with camp program directors to recruit and evaluate appropriate candidates.
    • Represent the school at various school community gatherings, meetings, and conferences.
    Job Qualifications:
    The ideal candidate should have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years of administrative, teaching, and/or marketing experience in an educational institution (preferably an independent school), along with an understanding of educational evaluations and language-based learning differences. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required, as well as the ability to present information effectively to diverse audiences. Additionally, this individual must be highly organized, detail oriented, and proficient at managing competing priorities. Finally, the Assistant Director of Admission needs to be a team player with exceptional ability to develop and cultivate relationships and work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders in a variety of roles. 

    How to Apply:
    Applicants should a send cover letter and resume to Laura Karey, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid at lkarey@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
     
    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • LOWER & MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNSELOR

    Jemicy School is currently seeking a qualified candidate to serve as the Lower and Middle School Counselor. This full-time, 10-month position reports directly to the Head of Lower & Middle School and is primarily responsible for supporting and advancing the mission and credo of the school; promoting and maintaining a healthy, vital student community and school climate; and fostering strong relationships with students, families, and outside support professionals. In addition, this individual will assist students in areas of social and emotional development by offering individual and small group counseling. The ideal candidate will be able to consult and collaborate with teachers, staff, administration, parents, and outside support professionals to understand and best meet the needs of the students; provide appropriate referrals for students and parents to outside agencies, if and when they are needed; and serve as a liaison between parents, teachers, and outside support to help families transition and feel safe and comforted. 
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Provide individual planning sessions for students in the areas of social and emotional development.
    • Conduct structured, goal-oriented counseling sessions in response to identified needs of groups of children. Themes include social skill development, conflict resolution, family issues, making healthy choices, relational aggression, and bullying.
    • Create and conduct age-appropriate social skills lessons.
    • Assist parents in addressing school-related problems and issues. Refer students and their parents, as needed, to appropriate specialists, special programs, and outside agencies.
    • Maintain documentation of contact with students, parents, and professionals in the community. 
    • Coordinate parent education programs to assist students and parents in relevant issues (i.e., internet safety, relational aggression, bullying)
    • Facilitate communication between faculty and parents regarding social/emotional issues that may impact school performance.
    • Participate in school decision-making and activities that contribute to the effective operation of the school.
    • Contribute to a program of public relations (i.e., parent information newsletters)
    • Adhere to ethical standards and best practices of state and national school counselor associations.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of local policies and state and federal laws pertaining to school counseling.
    • Demonstrate personal growth and professional development.
    • Follow the Code of Ethics for American Counseling Association as approved by the ACA Governing Council.
    • Co-teach in-service initiatives to foster social interactions and community.
    • Assist in developing programs and intervention strategies that promote positive student behavior.
    • Create opportunities for and assist with implementation of all student recreational programming: athletics, trips and special events, student government, and clubs.
    • Periodically travel with students during off-site activities to provide support and counseling, as needed.
    • Assist with special assemblies, communal gatherings, etc.
    • Other duties as assigned based on the needs of the school.
     
     
    Job Qualifications:
    Required:
    • A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in school counseling, counseling, or a closely related field.
    • LCPC or LCSW certification.
    • 2 to 3 years’ experience in counseling, preferably in a school setting.
    • Experience, knowledge, and understanding of students with language-based learning differences.
    • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sufficiently.
    • Ability to build strong rapport with students, faculty, administration, outside support professionals, and families
    • Demonstrated ability to create, develop, and teach a well thought out social skills class.
    • Ability to utilize resources to educate parents on mental health and social/emotional topics
    • Willingness to share resources, materials, and expertise.
    • Demonstrated ability to collect, review, and analyze data in order to better understand and solve problems.
    • Willingness to develop one's own knowledge and skills through professional development.
    • Ability to be flexible, visible, resilient, collaborative, and approachable.
     How to Apply:
    To apply for the position, please submit a cover letter and resume to Patti Steinberg, Re: LMS Counselor •psteinberg@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • LOWER SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Our Lower & Middle School Science Department is seeking an experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching science for the 2022-2023 school year. This position encompasses teaching several sections/grade levels of lower school science; physical, life, and environmental.  Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create curriculum with ease, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.
     
    A bachelor’s degree in elementary/secondary education, special education, biology, or a closely related field, with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.
     
    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Angie Gallagher at agallagher@jemicyschool.org or 11 Celadon Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards. 
  • LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL LITERACY TEACHER

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking a full-time literacy teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. The ideal candidate will be a highly creative and passionate educator with prior experience tutoring/teaching language/literacy skills using a multisensory, structured literacy approach (Orton-Gillingham based). In addition, the applicant should possess a strong background in language development, be proficient/comfortable with educational technology, and be able to individualize students’ reading/spelling goals to support a broad range of student learning styles and provide personalized instruction.
     
    A bachelor’s degree in elementary, secondary, and/or special education (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in community activities, possess strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.

    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.  Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to: Patti Steinberg, psteinberg@jemicyschool.org, Re: Lower/Middle School Literacy Teacher.
     
    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
Job Openings
UPPER SCHOOL

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  • UPPER SCHOOL THEATRE TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School is seeking an experienced educator and leader to assume a full-time theatre teacher position in the Upper School Performing Arts Department for the 2022-2023 school year.  The Upper School Department of Performing Arts at Jemicy is a competitive and internationally award-winning educational theatre program founded on the belief that students with language-based learning differences and/or executive function challenges are given free entry into a multisensory experience of self-expression, self-discovery, and transformation that yields increased executive function development and cross-curricular retention. In order to obtain such outcomes, the department is simultaneously predicated on artistic excellence in the belief that only through the highest standards of excellence and execution will we achieve the highest returns for our students. We offer a variety of performing arts classes in the state-of-the art Tomlinson Theater, where students have full access to the very best in performance, design, and technology, including: acting, musical theatre, dance, stage management, directing, and theatre design and production. The theatre teacher will be expected to produce and direct both a full-scale musical and full-scale non-musical performance each year, participate in the Cappies of Baltimore, the Baltimore Theatre Awards, the Maryland Thespian Festival, the International Thespian Festival, sponsor the Drama Club, and serve as the Troupe Director for Jemicy’s International Thespian Society Troupe #8269. Evening and weekend availability will be required. 
     
    Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a full range of courses, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques that support a broad range of student learning styles. 
     
    A bachelor’s degree in theatre, 3 to 5 years of secondary/special education (or a closely related field) teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience are required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have strong interpersonal and written communication skills and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.
     
    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
     
    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL SKILLS TEACHER (2021-2022)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Our expanding Language Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching Upper School Skills for the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate will be highly creative and dedicated, possess a strong background in language development and decoding, and have experience tutoring/teaching high school level language skills using a multisensory, structured literacy approach. Additionally, the applicant should be proficient/comfortable with educational technology and be able to support a broad range of student learning styles while providing personalized instruction.
     
    A bachelor’s degree in English, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.
     
    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.
    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
  • UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School English Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching English for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a range of English subjects, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in English, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL HISTORY TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School History Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching history for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a range of history subjects, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in history, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL MATH TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School Math Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching math for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to teach a full range of math courses, have the ability to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques that support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in mathematics, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School Science Department is seeking an additional, experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching science for the 2022-2023 school year. This position encompasses teaching multiple sections of both biology and chemistry.  Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to create curriculum with ease, have the ability to meet the needs of individual student’s differing mathematical skills, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, or a closely related field, with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners, prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL SKILLS TEACHER (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School English Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching Upper School Skills for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals who possess a strong background in language development and decoding and have experience tutoring/teaching high school level language skills using a multisensory, structured literacy approach. Additionally, the applicant should, be proficient/comfortable with educational technology and be able to support a broad range of student learning styles while providing personalized instruction.

    A bachelor’s degree in secondary education and/or special education (or a closely related field) is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate must have a high interest in participating in school community activities, have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team or school club, possess strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners and future productive citizens.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • UPPER SCHOOL WORLD LANGUAGES (2022-2023)

    Jemicy School educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. Due to the increased enrollment our Upper School World Languages Department is seeking an additional experienced educator to assume a full-time position teaching  Spanish for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should be highly creative, passionate, and dynamic education professionals able to develop students into competent language and cultural learners. Successful candidates should have strong knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary, be able to meet the needs of individual students, and be adept at utilizing multisensory instructional techniques to support a broad range of student learning styles.

    A bachelor’s degree in the Classics, secondary/special education (or a closely related field) with 3 to 5 years of teaching experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, is required. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability and willingness to coach an athletic team and/or club, must have strong interpersonal skills, and be committed to developing successful learners who will be prepared for careers of the 21st century.

    Our competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process.

    Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Gray at lgray@jemicyschool.org or 11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.
  • SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

    Jemicy School, which educates talented and bright college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is seeking substitute teachers for the current and upcoming school year. The ideal candidates will be creative education professionals with Upper School teaching experience, capable and comfortable with covering multiple subject areas, including Language Arts, Science, Math, Social Studies, etc. 
     
    School hours are 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Compensation will be discussed during the hiring process.
     
    Interested candidates should mail, fax, or email cover letter and resume to, Laura Gray Re: US Faculty Substitute Position, 11202
    Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
     • Fax: 410-753-8085 • Email: lgray@jemicyschool.org
LOWER AND MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS
11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Phone: 410-653- 2700 | Fax: 410-653- 1972
 
UPPER SCHOOL CAMPUS
11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Phone: 410-653-2700 | Fax: 410-753-8085
 
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