Employment at Providence

We believe that a key to a successful Christian school is the quality of its faculty and staff. We seek applicants who are professionally qualified; who are dedicated to Christ, children and academic excellence; and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40).

Providence understands the great responsibility that teachers have of training the mind and soul of tomorrow. We are actively searching for teachers who are hungry, humble, and smart. Our teachers are set apart in their education and continued pursuit of the good, true, and beautiful. We train our teachers from the ground up in classical Christian education, including:

  • Subject and teacher-specific annual training at Repairing the Ruins, an international conference hosted by the Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS). The ACCS also holds Providence’s membership and provides accreditation for classical Christian schools.
  • Trauma-informed and Equipping Minds professional development training
  • Core training in the Foundations of Classical Christian Excellence (FCCE), which prepares each teacher to obtain Level 1 Certification as a classical educator.

Full-time grammar, logic, and rhetoric teachers at Providence are offered a salary, retirement benefits, tuition discounts, and ongoing professional development training.

Part-time teachers receive resources, professional development training, and an hourly pay rate or independent salary.

ADMINISTRATION 

There are no openings at this time in Administration.

ATHLETICS 

There are no openings at this time in Athletics. We are looking for parent volunteers to lead in various sports as we grow our athletics department. If you are interested in developing a sport, contact Victoria Harris, Head of School, at 229-445-8180 or vharris@providencetift.com

CLASSROOM ASSISTANT

2021-22 Assistant: Assists the teacher in providing a loving atmosphere where discovery, joy, and excitement for learning can be found. An emphasis is placed on interaction, cognitive development, a love of stories, shepherding their hearts, and order.
Work Schedule: This is an exempt, full-time, academic year position beginning July 20, 2021, for the 2021-22 academic year. The workday is typically 7:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.
Essential Requirements: Must be a follower and disciple of Jesus Christ; support the School’s Statement of Faith fully and unreservedly; have a passion for teaching and a love for children. A degree and teaching/classroom experience is preferred, but not required.

Grammar School Teacher

2022-2023 Classroom Teacher for Classes 2, 3, and 4/5: Provides instruction in an educational environment where students develop a love for God’s created order as they discover the truth, goodness and beauty of His world through methods consistent with the first stage of the classical approach to learning (trivium). An emphasis is placed on a biblical worldview in order to prepare these students with excellence so they are equipped to pursue God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom, and to do so with diligence and perseverance.
Work Schedule: This is a full-time for the 2022-2023 academic year. All teachers are asked to attend one three-day summer conference, which typically falls in mid-June.
Essential Requirements: Must be a follower and disciple of Jesus Christ; support the School’s Statement of Faith fully and unreservedly; have a passion for teaching art and a love for children, a Bachelor’s degree and/or teaching/classroom experience.
Preferred Experience and Abilities: Knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education; a minimum of five years teaching experience in an educational setting; State issued Teacher’s Certification

Creative Arts

2022-2023 Art Teacher, Classes 1-9: Provides instruction in an educational environment where students develop a love for God’s created order as they discover the truth, goodness and beauty of His world through methods consistent with the first stage of the classical approach to learning (trivium). An emphasis is placed on a biblical worldview in order to prepare these students with excellence so they are equipped to pursue God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom, and to do so with diligence and perseverance.
Work Schedule: This is a part-time for the 2021-22 academic year. The work days are flexible with the teacher working approximately 8-10 hours per week. There is a faculty meeting once a week that the Art Teacher may need to occasionally attend. All teachers are asked to attend one three-day summer conference, which typically falls in mid-June.
Essential Requirements: Must be a follower and disciple of Jesus Christ; support the School’s Statement of Faith fully and unreservedly; have a passion for teaching art and a love for children, a Bachelor’s degree and/or teaching/classroom experience.
Preferred Experience and Abilities: Knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education; a minimum of five years teaching experience in an educational setting; State issued Teacher’s Certification

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

We are hiring Substitute Teachers, effective immediately. Pay is hourly.

To apply for these positions please complete the application above and email it to vharris@providencetift.com.