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Episcopal offers the best of both professional worlds, a tight-knit and inclusive community where over 90% of faculty and 100% of students live together 24/7 on campus, nestled in historic Alexandria, Virginia, and less than eight miles from the heart of the nation's capital of Washington, D.C. 

At Episcopal High School class sizes are small, typically 10 to 12 students, allowing teachers to actively involve students in discussions, draw out their thoughts, and focus on special areas of interest or need. EHS faculty members usually teach four sections, or a total of 40 to 50 students at any given time. They have time to get to know each student's special gifts and needs and provide extra support or opportunities as warranted. Faculty members interact with students in a number of different roles. They are not only teachers, but are also coaches, advisors, and members of a dorm team. All provide mentoring relationships and support for students.


Episcopal's dedication to valuing different perspectives and backgrounds is central to its mission to foster moral and intellectual courage. As such, the school actively seeks candidates who can bring unique perspectives that support this mission.

Episcopal High School is committed to providing a highly-competitive employee benefits package for faculty and staff. In addition to excellent salaries, benefits, and professional development opportunities, EHS offers a number of programs, amenities, and conveniences for employees, including a comprehensive health and wellness program.


As positions at Episcopal become available, they will be listed below. However, if you like what you see in Episcopal's mission to "prepares young people with the intellectual and moral courage to pursue lives of ethical leadership and service as citizens of an increasingly connected world," then send us your resume regardless of whether there is an opening that matches your background and expertise. 

For faculty employment inquiries, contact Assistant to the Head of School Sarah Lang.
For staff employment inquiries, contact Director of Human Resources Jordan Christensen.

Faculty Opportunities

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  • Part-Time Latin/Religion Teacher (SY 2024-25)

    Job Summary: Episcopal High School is looking for a part time Latin and religion teacher beginning in the fall of 2024. Specific assignment will comprise one section of Latin - level to be determined based on needs of the school - and one or two sections of religion electives (preferably world religions-focused). We seek dynamic candidates who will participate eagerly in the broad life of the School, and those who will actively advance the School's mission, including its diversity, equity, and inclusion plan. References should speak to the candidate’s capacity and willingness to work creatively and effectively in a boarding school environment. The salary offered will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Please visit the EHS website to learn more about the School.

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Sarah Lang
    Assistant to the Dean of Faculty
    Episcopal High School
  • Chemistry/Physics Teacher (SY 2024-25)

    Job Summary: Episcopal High School is looking for a full-time chemistry/physics teacher beginning in the fall of 2024. Specific assignment will comprise four-five sections of chemistry and physics. Position includes residential life duties and afternoon options duties, based on candidates’ interests and experience.  References should speak to the candidate’s capacity and willingness to work creatively and effectively in a boarding school environment. The salary offered will be competitive and commensurate with experience, and housing will be included. Please visit the EHS website to learn more about the School.

    • Bachelor’s degree (higher degree preferred)                   
    • At least 1-3 years of experience teaching
    • Cultural competencies: understanding the nuances of working in a diverse school community 
    Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
    Understanding of and desire to commit to the sometimes unpredictable, but always exciting, nature of boarding school 
    Interested candidates should review the Episcopal High School website for more information on the School’s 100% boarding environment, proximity to Washington, D.C. and unique and spirited School culture. Check out our YouTube: Are You Ready? And Uniquely Episcopal.

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Sarah Lang
    Administrative Assistant 
    Episcopal High School

Staff Opportunities

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  • Health Center Staff Nurse (RN)

    Episcopal High School is seeking a skilled and dynamic full-time nurse to work in our busy, full service boarding school health center. The hallmark of this unique setting is its strong sense of community, with students aged 14-18 years from across the US and around the world.

    Under the direction of the EHS Medical Director and Director of Health Services, the health center staff nurse will be part of a nursing team that performs and oversees the daily clinical operations and provision of care required for the Health Center to serve as an ambulatory care clinic, medication dispensary and overnight infirmary. This person will be required to work both independently and as part of a personable and closely collaborative nursing team, receiving regular support and supervision from the Director of Health Services, the Medical Director, and nursing leads, and be willing to work a variable schedule that would regularly include weekday day, evening and overnight shifts, as well as occasional weekend shifts.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong clinical background and solid assessment skills, particularly with common or routine primary care complaints.  This person must be organized, able to work both independently and on a team, able to multitask, willing to work under busy conditions, and able to collaborate and communicate effectively. Excellent customer service skills are essential. School-based health care experience is not necessary; comfort with adolescents is a must. 

    This is a full-time, night shift (7PM-7AM) hourly position, with occasional weekend day shift rotation, beginning in August 2024.  Time-off schedule aligns with the school calendar, full benefits package and a competitive compensation commensurate with experience.

    Minimum Requirements:
    • Bachelor’s (BSN) or Associate (RN) degree in Nursing
    • Registration and certification as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the Commonwealth of Virginia (or higher nursing degree)
    • Two years clinical nursing experience in pediatrics, medical surgical or community health nursing preferred
    • Possess, or willing to obtain, Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
    • Strong written, verbal, organization and interpersonal skills
    • Familiar with the use and operation of a personal computer; experience with Electronic Medical Record programs preferred but not required
    • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
    • Ability to type routine reports and correspondence
    • Ability to speak effectively on the phone
    • Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra such as adding, subtracting, and percentage calculation
    • Current US driver’s license
    • Physically able to climb multiple flights of stairs throughout the workday
    • Physically able to walk across campus and perform emergency medical care
    Interested individuals who meet the requirements above should send a cover letter and resume via email to careers@episcopalhighschool.org.
  • School Organist / Accompanist

    Episcopal High School is seeking a part-time organist and accompanist beginning in the fall of 2024 to provide liturgical music for its chapel services and to accompany the EHS Choirs in performance. This is a 9-month position, from September through May, during the academic year that reports to the Director of Choral Music and the Art Department Chair. This compensation for this position will range between $15,000 and $18,000, commensurate with experience.

    Duties, Responsibilities, and Anticipated Time Commitments:
    • Provide organ/piano music (prelude, postlude, hymn accompaniment) for three 15-minute weekly services. The services are held at the following times:
      • Mondays, service begins at 9:50 am
      • Wednesday, service begins at 7:10 pm
      • Friday, service begins at 9:40 am
    • Provide organ/piano music for special Vespers Services (45-60 minutes each), which occur roughly once per month on Wednesday evenings at 7:10 pm or Sunday afternoons at 5:30 pm.
    • Accompany the EHS Choirs in performances on Family Weekends (2 per school year), during weekly chapel services, and for other performances as set by the Director of Choral Music.
    • Attend choral rehearsal as set with the Director of Choral Music, but not to exceed 4 rehearsals per semester without extra compensation (semester 1 is between September and mid-January; semester 2 is from the end of January to the end of May). Any additional rehearsals would be negotiated with the organist and an additional stipend would be paid.
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • At least 2 years of experience with church service playing or choral accompanying is preferred
    • Good organizational and communication skills
    Personal Leave and Absences:
    • The successful candidate will be permitted to take up to 6 services off per semester (see above for the definition of the semester).
    • On the occasion that the organist is absent from their required duties, it shall be their responsibility to secure an appropriate substitute.
    • In the event that a stipend is paid to a substitute, the organist shall reimburse the School the amount that is paid to the substitute, authorized in writing via a payroll deduction form.
    Physical Requirements:
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, climb stairs, sit, and use hands to finger, handle or feel. Specific vision abilities required by this job includes close vision, color vision and ability to focus.

    Possible Additional Opportunities:
    • Serve as a rehearsal pianist/pit member for the Winter Musical (Monday through Friday, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, December through February). This position would pay an additional stipend of up to $3,500.
    • Play for funeral or wedding liturgies for extra compensation when the Director of Choral Music is unavailable. These liturgies would pay a stipend of up to $250 per service.
    • If EHS students wish to study piano or organ with you, you may take on private students at a per lesson fee set by you.
    Additional information:
    • The organist would have access to the EHS Chapel or Ainslie Arts Center to teach private piano/organ lessons for non EHS students.
    • The organist is welcome to use any EHS facilities (Fitness Center, Meals in the dining hall) during the academic year.
    To Apply:
    Please send a resume, brief cover letter, and links to sample video recordings to careers@episcopalhighschool.org.

Coaching Opportunities

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