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Severn School seeks to attract, retain, and support faculty and staff who embrace the mission of our school:
Severn School challenges its students to pursue excellence in character, conduct, and scholarship, to marshal the courage to lead, and to develop the lasting desire to serve and achieve. We believe this is best realized in a community where adults model these qualities and where each student is known and valued.

Severn School offers competitive salaries and benefits in a rewarding family atmosphere working with children in grades PS through 12. Severn School is an equal opportunity employer.

Severn School is located approximately six miles from Annapolis on two separate campuses in Arnold and Severna Park, Maryland.  The Teel Campus, housing Severn's Middle and Upper Schools, is a 19-acre campus is in the heart of Severna Park, a quaint little town composed of 43,000 residents and hundreds of thriving businesses. Severna Park is located between the Severn River and the Magothy River and is highly regarded as a waterfront, family-friendly community.  The Chesapeake Campus, which is home to Severn's Lower School, is 2 miles down the road in Arnold Maryland. 

122 full- and part-time faculty members allow for the small 10-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio and the average class size of 14. New faculty are enrolled in a mentoring program that assists them in acclimating to our community as well as allowing time for reflection on issues related to being a teacher. All employees are supported by the appropriate division head, the academic dean, as well as department chairs and peer mentors.

Each full-time faculty and staff member is eligible for 50 percent tuition remission for children admitted to the School.

Faculty are encouraged to pursue professional development. Severn School assists employees in paying 75 percent of tuition costs for education which maintains or improves skills required for the employee’s current position or meets express requirements imposed by the School as a condition for employment.

Those applicants interested in applying for a faculty/staff position at Severn School should submit a letter of interest along with their resume as instructed in the open position postings.

Current Openings
US Long-term Digital Arts/Photography/Film Substitute Teacher
Severn Upper School is seeking a full time long-term substitute teacher for digital arts/photography/film beginning in January and continuing through April. The position includes teaching sections of photography, film, visual arts principles, digital art and yearbook in a friendly, supportive department. . Instruction at Severn emphasizes understanding, connections, and teamwork. Candidates also are expected to integrate technology into the curriculum as Severn is a 1-to-1 ipad school. Additional duties would include serving as an advisor to a group of students, attending department and school-wide meetings, and attending and chaperoning school events. The ideal candidate will have a degree in art, and have prior teaching experience in an independent school, and be committed to contributing to life in an active independent school.  Interested candidates should send a resume or CV, a cover letter explaining interest and qualifications, and the names of three references to Beatrice R. Fuller, Upper School Head,

BASC Aide/Assistant
Severn School seeks child care aides/assistants for its Before & After School (BASC) program. Aides are needed to assist childcare teachers in working with our Kindergarten – 5th grade students during the afternoon (3:00pm – 6:00pm, M-F) Candidates should have a desire to work with school age children, have an interest in pursuing education, and be over the age of 18. Candidates must also successfully complete a required background check. Please send a resume and three professional or academic references to Chris Platt, BASC Director, at