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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.

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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)

Yellowstone is committed to offering students a comprehensive library experience. The Librarian role will supervise and manage the school library and media center; oversee the selection, ordering, circulation, and inventory of library and media materials; manage the system of processing and shelving library materials, and more.

The instructional assistant helps the lead teacher with all elements of daily instruction in the classroom. He or she also helps with classroom management and behavior/discipline for the whole class, small groups of students, and individual student redirection, in addition to other assigned duties.

The Yellowstone Academy teacher is the most important role on the Yellowstone campus. Through the teacher's leadership, students will learn in a classroom environment that is academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded, and inspires excellence. Teachers must be knowledgeable in their content area, have a passion for working with students, and be ready to work hard on behalf of the Academy's mission and our families.

The educator has a hugely important role on the Yellowstone campus. Through the teacher’s leadership, students will learn in a classroom environment that is rooted in Christian faith, academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded, and inspirational. 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 substitute teacher is an integral role that sustains the Yellowstone academic regimen. Through the teacher’s leadership, students will learn in a classroom environment that is academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded, and inspires excellence. Teachers must be knowledgeable in their content area, have a passion for working with students, and be ready to work hard on behalf of the Academy’s mission and our families.

The Yellowstone Schools' Teaching Fellows program is a one-year position and experience for new teachers. The fellow will spend a year in programming learning from a mentor teacher and gradually increase their teaching responsibilities before moving into a lead teaching role the following year. During this year, fellows will also receive professional development from school leaders and coaching and development from a mentor teacher. At the successful conclusion of the yearlong program, fellows will be ready to assume a lead teaching position.

Upper School Positions (6th-10th Grade)

Under the direction of the Building Principal and Director of Special Populations, the Licensed Special Education Educator develops and provides specialized instruction to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities; evaluates and assesses student progress against instructional objectives; follows State-mandated due process procedures and functions as IEP Manager to assigned students.

Teaching staff at Yellowstone Schools are tasked with facilitating high-quality lessons on a daily basis to maximize student growth in pursuit of mastery of grade-level state standards. This role is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, results-driven, data-driven, and service-minded individual passionate about seeing students embrace their potential to live a fulfilling life. Teachers at Yellowstone Schools must believe in and commit to the organization's mission and core values. They must be prepared to uphold high expectations while holding students accountable for maximizing their potential.

Teaching staff at Yellowstone Schools are tasked with facilitating high-quality lessons on a daily basis to maximize student growth in pursuit of mastery of grade-level state standards. This role is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, results-driven, data-driven, and service-minded individual passionate about seeing students embrace their potential to live a fulfilling life. Teachers at Yellowstone Schools must believe in and commit to the organization's mission and core values. They must be prepared to uphold high expectations while holding students accountable for maximizing their potential.

This role ensures students receive maximum academic success by leading the campus student support team and providing students with exceptional programming related to their social, emotional, and behavioral needs. This is similar to an Assistant Principal role at other districts and reports directly to the campus principal. 

The Director of Instruction will provide instructional support and coaching to math teachers as they work to ensure that each student is able to reach their full academic potential. The DOI’s primary role is to work with teachers to support best practices in using data, provide analysis of school-wide trends in instruction, and make recommendations about potential next steps to address areas of need.

The College & Career Counselor is responsible for developing and teaching a college and career curriculum for high school seniors, which will support students in preparing, finalizing, and executing post-secondary plans that will help them achieve their career or highest aspiration.

Teaching staff at Yellowstone Schools are tasked with facilitating high-quality lessons on a daily basis to maximize student growth in pursuit of mastery of grade-level state standards.  This role is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, results-driven, data-driven, and service-minded individual passionate about seeing students embrace their potential to live a fulfilling life.  Teachers at Yellowstone Schools must believe in and commit to the organization's mission and core values. They must be prepared to uphold high expectations while holding students accountable for maximizing their potential.

Teaching staff at Yellowstone Schools are tasked with facilitating high-quality lessons on a daily basis to maximize student growth in pursuit of mastery of grade-level state standards.  This role is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, results-driven, data-driven, and service-minded individual passionate about seeing students embrace their potential to live a fulfilling life.  Teachers at Yellowstone Schools must believe in and commit to the organization's mission and core values. They must be prepared to uphold high expectations while holding students accountable for maximizing their potential.

Teaching staff at Yellowstone Schools are tasked with facilitating high-quality lessons on a daily basis to maximize student growth in pursuit of mastery of grade-level state standards.  This role is an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, results-driven, data-driven, and service-minded individual passionate about seeing students embrace their potential to live a fulfilling life.  Teachers at Yellowstone Schools must believe in and commit to the organization's mission and core values. They must be prepared to uphold high expectations while holding students accountable for maximizing their potential.

The educator has a hugely important role on the Yellowstone campus. Through the teacher’s leadership, students will learn in a classroom environment that is rooted in Christian faith, academically rigorous, emotionally supportive, community-minded, and inspirational. 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.

Campus Support & Administrative Positions

The Director of Human Resources plays a pivotal role 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 who is passionate about education and dedicated to promoting a healthy, vibrant, and collaborative school community.

This position helps drive the recruitment process for faculty and staff by proactively sourcing highly qualified candidates for Yellowstone Schools. Work with the HR team on job postings, candidate screening, interviews, and reference checks. Fill the pipeline of candidates for current and anticipated openings from appropriate networks, job boards, and talent fairs.

This human resources position is pivotal in fostering a positive, 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, collaborative school community.

The Donor Services Coordinator is responsible for processing all philanthropic gifts and acknowledgments in a timely and accurate manner. The coordinator is also responsible for managing the donor database (Raiser’s Edge), ensuring that data entered can be pulled consistently and accurately. The coordinator assists with direct mail and other lists and reports as necessary. This position also works as an invaluable member of the advancement team on projects.

This role will manage a portfolio of donors. This position is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive and strategic cultivation and solicitation plans for major gift prospects, including event-planning, bequests, and multi-year gifts. The position plays a critical role in the overarching strategies and success of annual fundraising, in addition to ongoing donor activities including identification, cultivation, and stewardship.

The Advancement Assistant is a full-time, entry-level and key support position in our advancement department, responsible for coordinating various activities, managing schedules, and assisting team members with their projects. The ideal candidate will have a high degree of professionalism and a commitment to our mission in addition to someone who is enthusiastic and detail-oriented.

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

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

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