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Employment Opportunities

Middle School English
A private, innovative school in West Tulsa is seeking candidates for a Middle School English position.  Candidates should have a strong disposition for professional growth, interdisciplinary collaboration, team teaching, and relationship building with students.  Our curriculum foundations include PBL and Design Thinking, so a willingness to engage with these philosophies is critical.  We are a secular school on a 120 acre, wooded campus.  Please submit resumes to Dee Maxey, Assoc. Head of Middle School.

 

Middle School & Upper School Spanish
A private, innovative school in West Tulsa is seeking candidates for a Middle School & Upper School Spanish position.  Candidates should have a strong disposition for professional growth, interdisciplinary collaboration, team teaching, and relationship building with students.  Our curriculum foundations include TPRS and CI, so a willingness to engage with these philosophies is critical.  Ideal candidates should have 2 or more years of teaching experience incorporating these methods, and be flexible and willing to teach multiple levels. We are a secular school on a 120 acre, wooded campus.  Please submit resumes to Dee Maxey, Assoc. Head of Middle School.
 

Substitute Teachers 
Part-time teachers and substitutes are needed for any age, from Infants through 12th grade. Pick up an application at Riverfield, astewart@riverfield.org, or call 918.446.3553. Alternatively, you may complete the online application below. 

 

After School Club (Extended Day) Teachers 
Teachers are needed to work 3:00-5:30pm in specific classes: toddlers, 3's - 5's, or K-3rd grades. After School Club teachers must at least be High School graduates. Pick up an application at Riverfield, contact wdickinson@riverfield.org, or call 918.446.3553. Alternatively, you may open and complete the application below. 

Fillable Application 

 

 

Non-Discriminatory Statement

Riverfield Country Day School is a non-profit, independent school with no religious affiliation. Riverfield is a welcoming community that strives to treat everyone fairly. All decisions regarding admissions, employment, administration, and student and faculty life are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, marital or family status, or any other criteria prohibited by law. All rights, privileges, educational, athletic, school-administrated programs, and activities made available by the school are extended to all students, families, faculty, and staff.