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We hire amazing teachers who are tired of dealing with a broken education system and support them to focus on what matters most: providing students with life-changing educational opportunities.

Does that sound like your kind of job?

The Yellowstone Schools Difference


Supportive Administrators


Small Class Sizes (avg. 18)


Positive work/life balance


Professional Development


Daily Planning Periods


Opportunities to Grow

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COMPETITIVE BENEFITS

Being a teacher is hard enough. You shouldn't have to worry about paying your bills too. Yellowstone Schools offers a competitive suite of benefits including:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Health, vision, and dental plans
  • Small class sizes
  • Instructional coaching and support
  • Matching retirement options
  • Health Savings Account
  • Generous paid time off including vacation, sick leave, and a "mental health" day
  • Performance bonuses


Open Positions

Due to the number of applications we receive, it may take several weeks for our team to review your application.

We regret that we are unable to take phone calls or return voicemails in regards to your application status.

If you have questions, please contact us at hr@yellowstoneschools.org.

Lower School Positions (PK-5th Grade)

An exciting opportunity awaits a dynamic and passionate individual to join our team as a dedicated librarian serving students in early childhood through high school. As the founding school librarian, you will play a pivotal role in fostering a love for reading and learning. This position provides a unique chance to curate an engaging collection of books, implement innovative library programs, and collaborate with teachers to integrate literacy into the curriculum.

The Yellowstone Schools educator is the most important role on the Yellowstone campus. Through the teacher's leadership, students will learn in an academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded classroom environment that inspires excellence. Educators must be knowledgeable in their content area, have a passion for working with students, be open to feedback and constant growth, and work hard on behalf of Yellowstone students and families.

The Yellowstone Schools educator is the most important role on the Yellowstone campus. Through the teacher's leadership, students will learn in an academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded classroom environment that inspires excellence. Educators must be knowledgeable in their content area, have a passion for working with students, be open to feedback and constant growth, and work hard on behalf of Yellowstone students and families.

Upper School Positions (6th-10th Grade)

Campus Support & Administrative Positions

The Chief Financial and Operations Officer oversees the school district's financial and operational functions. This executive position requires strategic leadership, financial acumen, and operational expertise to ensure the efficient and effective functioning of the district's administrative and financial systems.

The Controller position ensures the Chief Financial Officer is well-informed on the schools' financial affairs, adhering to GAAP and state and federal regulations. The role involves evaluating and implementing accounting procedures, protecting assets through internal controls, managing grants and donations, overseeing payroll, and ensuring compliance with financial reporting requirements. Additionally, the Controller leads financial analysis, budget preparation, and compliance reporting while maintaining accuracy and timeliness in financial records and reports.

The Director of Human Resources is pivotal in fostering a positive and inclusive work environment while supporting the school's mission and growth. This position is ideal for an experienced HR professional passionate about education and dedicated to promoting a healthy, vibrant, and collaborative school community.

The school bus driver transports passengers to and from school and special events. They will ensure adherence to safety rules and may assist passengers in boarding or exiting.

The bus chaperone will assist the bus driver in maintaining discipline while the bus is in operation, maintain proper records and documentation, and assist students in loading, unloading, and seating arrangements, as required. 

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