Lancaster Country Day School hires talented faculty and staff who are passionate about education and being a part of our close-knit community.
Our school is enjoying robust enrollment and our administrative, curricular and programmatic departments strive to improve and strengthen the education our students receive. Our full-time staff receive a benefits package that includes employer contributions to a retirement savings plan; health, dental and vision coverage; life and disability insurance coverage; a meal plan for lunches in the school dining commons; paid vacation, personal and sick days; and tuition-assistance benefits for their children.
Lancaster Country Day is committed to having an inclusive school community, where all members are treated with dignity and respect. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the school does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of gender, sex, race or ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, family or marital status, or sexual orientation.
Please note: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination, including a booster if eligible, is strongly recommended for employment at Lancaster Country Day School.
Lancaster Country Day School seeks a highly qualified Middle School English teacher for full-time employment for the 2023-24 school year. Specific tasks include teaching four sections of sixth grade English and an additional English or Humanities course as assigned. Teaching faculty also serve as an advisor to 8-10 Middle School students.
Lancaster Country Day School supports the active engagement of students, the use of technology, and faculty professional development.
We appreciate the outreach from those who have joined our list of classroom substitutes. We still seek additional substitute teachers for our active list. If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please reach out to Brenda Tarvin, our HR Generalist.
The Database Manager is responsible for gift entry and acknowledgement, reporting and reconciliation, prospect research, and gift prospect and pipeline management for the school’s Development and Alumni Office. Maintaining the database with the most currently available biographical and financial information is essential to the successful operation of the Development and Alumni programs.
The ideal candidate for this position will enjoy working in a school environment and interacting with both high school students and parents as well as looking to contribute positively to the life of the school. The person in this role provides high-level administrative support to the Upper School office (year-round) by managing daily operations of the Upper School office. This person will be the first level of communication with Upper School and will also perform a variety of managerial and organizational duties including those responsibilities of a confidential nature dealing with students, parents, and faculty. Identifying, planning for, organizing and supervising the needs of the Upper School Office, which includes the College Counseling Office, are integral parts of the position. Duties performed are designed to support the Upper School administrative team and College Counseling Office in their efforts to provide a quality education for LCDS students, timely information for LCDS parents, and a positive working environment for LCDS faculty.
Horizons at Lancaster Country Day School seeks qualified, talented, dynamic, and enthusiastic K-8 educators to serve as lead and assistant teachers during the 2023 six-week summer program.
The Horizons teacher will collaborate with other teachers, content specialists, and the administrative team to work with children, provide instruction and support for students, and assist with the educational and operational needs of the program throughout the six weeks.