If you strive for excellence, love learning, and approach your work with joy and creativity, we invite you to explore a career at Maret.
The Maret faculty is one of the finest anywhere. More than 70% have advanced degrees, and all have deep subject-area knowledge. While we represent a wide range of life and professional experiences, all of us are committed to working in a diverse educational environment, staying on the leading edge of best practices, and putting what is best for Maret students at the center of our practice.
At Maret, you will find a dynamic, collaborative, and highly rewarding work environment. We are committed to supporting your professional growth, and we offer competitive salaries and generous benefits.
Current Job Openings
Please click on the job listings below for specifics about a particular employment opportunity. As stated in each listing, potential candidates should email their résumés to the contacts indicated.
Substitute Teaching at Maret
If you are interested in applying to be a substitute teacher at Maret, please send a cover letter and résumé directly to the appropriate Department Chair:
- Lower School—Chris Appleby
- Mathematics—Berook Alemayehu
- Science—Reyna Pratt
- World Languages—Jaime Estrada
- Visual Art—Cindy Hutnyan
- Performing Arts—Charles Owens
- Humanities—Nicholas Michalopoulos
Please include in your email the grade levels and subject areas in which you have experience.
Commitment to Equity & Inclusion
Maret is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive learning environment and to combating institutional racism. All faculty members are part of the ongoing effort to build a strong, just community. The Office of Equity and Inclusion supports this work by providing resources, assisting in lesson-planning, facilitating discussions, and delivering professional development to the entire faculty. You can learn more about our ongoing work on our Equity & Inclusion page.
Maret School stands firmly behind the principle that the admission of students, the employment of faculty, the operation of programs, and the governance of the School be open to all who are qualified regardless of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, or creed. We believe that this principle is both firmly grounded in the spirit of American democracy and in keeping with the civil responsibilities of an independent school.
Members of Maret's teaching faculty
Percent of the teaching faculty who identify as people of color
Percent of the faculty have higher degrees
Number of faculty members who are also alums