We seek diversity in our faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment policies and practices, in scholarship aid programs, and in all of our educational programs, Riverdale does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.
For general employment information or questions, please email Laurie A. Tostanoski, human resources director: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in employment at the Lower School, please email James P. Duval, head of Lower School: email@example.com.
If you are interested in employment at the Middle and Upper School, please email Richard Lapidus, dean of faculty: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Riverdale Country School is a Pre-K through 12 day school in New York City that combines both traditional and innovative practices to provide an excellent Liberal Arts learning environment. Through our guiding principles—developing minds, building character, inspiring commitment and creating community—we aim to shape disciplined and flexible individuals who will change global and local communities for the good.
Riverdale is seeking an innovative computer science teacher to develop and teach both introductory and advanced computer science classes, including an advanced CS elective in an area of their own expertise (e.g. AI/Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Blockchain, Cryptography, or Data/Databases/Analytics, to name a few). In addition, the computer science teacher will work with faculty in other departments to explore opportunities for incorporation of computer science into existing curricula. An ideal candidate would be interested in and able to work with either a middle school or upper school robotics team, as well. We hope that this candidate would be able to develop after-school co-curricular opportunities in computer science. Especially interesting candidates would be able to teach in other departments including science, art and math. An ideal candidate does not see limits and is interested in growing a program for students to think about and use technology in an authentic way.
All candidates for Riverdale teaching positions should demonstrate an interest in engaging students in an environment that is both supportive and rigorous and will participate in community activities including advising groups, service opportunities, or other co-curricular activities. Our Middle School and Upper School are located together on the Hill Campus, so candidates who demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching across the divisions are especially attractive.
Interested candidates should apply by sending an email to email@example.com.