We seek individuals who can inspire children to achieve their greatest potential for the following positions:
The Lexington School welcomes resumes from individuals interested in substitute teaching in our preschool, lower school, middle school divisions and The Learning Center, our division for bright students with language-based learning differences. Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter that includes an indication of the specific grade levels and/or subject areas in which they would like to be considered. firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Director of Development
The Lexington School is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Assistant Director of Development. This is a full-time, 12-month salaried position. Responsibilities include overseeing the school’s annual giving and alumni programs, assisting with database management and marketing planning and support (including web page development). The Assistant Director also assists with all other fundraising activities conducted by the Development Office, including special events planning and execution. Some evening events are required. Candidates must hold bachelor’s or advanced degrees and should have three to five years of fundraising or related experience; strong organizational, interpersonal, computer, and writing skills; and an understanding of the mission and team-oriented culture of an independent school. Experience with planned giving vehicles is desired but not required.
Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining interest and qualifications for the position, along with a resume and two writing samples to Development@thelexingtonschool.org
To apply for any of the positions listed above, please email a cover letter along with your résumé and (for teaching positions) philosophy of education to the attention of:
Mary Beth Noel
The Lexington School
1050 Lane Allen Road
Lexington, KY 40504
The Lexington School is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based on merit, ability, and qualifications. The Lexington School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Lexington School Philosophy
Because we are a nurturing environment, children feel confident.
When children are confident, they will take risks.
Because risk taking is inherent in learning, the possibility of failure exists.
When a nurturing community exists, challenges lead to growth.
Our success is defined when our students have the life skills to make wise choices and overcome obstacles.
The Lexington School Mission
The mission of The Lexington School is to provide an education of the highest quality to students in preschool through middle school. In a structured, nurturing environment, The Lexington School seeks to instill integrity, a life-long enthusiasm for learning, and a strong work ethic.