Thank you for your interest in working at SEEQS!
We seek passionate, energetic individuals who love learning and who love collaborating to help others learn. SEEQS faculty members are team players committed to making the SEEQS vision– the school culture, academic excellence, and interdisciplinary, community-based work– a reality.
SEEQS team members are adults who:
Learn more about the philosophy behind Teaching at SEEQS.
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Our Hiring Process
See individual position descriptions for detailed instructions
- After reading our website thoroughly to clearly understand our mission, values, philosophy, and school schedule, prepare and submit: a) Resume stating your qualifications and relevant experience (max 2 pages), b) Statement of interest that answers the question “Why are you an excellent candidate for SEEQS?” in the form of a written letter, a video, or some other format that best helps you to tell us more about yourself (max three minutes of audio or video, one single-spaced page, or the equivalent); c) Written response to the question, "Why do you teach?" (max one page, single-spaced).
- Interview Round 1: Candidates for this round will be interviewed by telephone. SEEQS will contact candidates to schedule a 20-minute interview.
- Interview Round 2: Candidates who are invited to the second round of the interview process must prepare a portfolio or e-portfolio with examples of teaching practice and student work, which may include a video sample, to share with an in-person interview team. Candidates will also be expected to teach a short lesson to a real audience of SEEQS students.
- Interview Round 3: Candidates who are invited to our third and final interview phase take part in a collaborative work session with SEEQS faculty. During the activity, candidates and faculty work together on a project relevant to the school.
Final candidates will be expected to provide three to five references: letters and/or contact information. Applicants are encouraged to include references from supervisors, colleagues and students. Final candidates must also complete an employment application and provide college or university transcripts and proof of licensure (if applicable).