Riveter Consulting Group is now seeking Kindergarten School Teachers with private teaching experience to for a progressive, independent ‘happiness’ school that combines a deep commitment to emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and happiness with a challenging curriculum including foreign language acquisition, entrepreneurial thinking, problem-solving, creativity, critical thinking and collaboration. The academy’s mission is to promote:

  • Happy, thriving students
  • Rigorous curriculum that engages students
  • Mindfulness and emotional intelligence
  • Effective foreign language acquisition
  • Project- and problem-based learning
  • Entrepreneurial thinking
  • Personalized learning journeys
  • Habits to optimize neurodevelopment

Curriculum philosophy was developed by a team of seasoned educators to meet the needs and expectations of globally minded families. Their intention is to shape future adults who are not only confident and poised to succeed, but who also have the character and skills needed to make the world a better, kinder, and more loving place for all.

This academy is seeking energetic and creative Kindergarten School Teachers to join its growing faculty for the 2024-2025 school year. Must be comfortable being in person on campus with students.


  • Teach classes as assigned, providing effective and professional classroom instruction, assessment, and management
  • Design and implement curriculum and instruction consistent with the mission, values, and standards established with the academy’s program
  • Collaborate with colleagues on curriculum development and on enhancing instructional practices and strategies
  • Establish effective communications and relationships with students and parents
  • Exhibit a growth mindset about teaching practices and work toward professional goals and development
  • Help to maintain school policies, regulations, and expectations
  • Develop and maintain professional, collaborative, and collegial relationships with faculty and staff, as well as with community partners to the benefit of students and classes
  • Support the work of the Principal and administrative leadership team
  • Participate in required non-classroom activities, including Back to School Night(s), parent/student conferences, retreats, faculty and meetings, field trips, and special activities and performance events
  • Provide effective supervision of students to promote a safe and healthy environment and school experience
  • Timely and professional completion of required reports and tasks
  • Represent the school at community or public events in the highest ethical manner
  • Fulfill other responsibilities as assigned by the academy’s administration
  • Be responsible at all times for the supervision of students in your care during classes and for students generally at all times when on campus or off campus

Essential skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in education, teaching or a related field. Master’s degree preferred
  • At least two years of teaching experience at a private school in a K-8 setting
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Deep dedication to learning and developing as an educator
  • Collaborative work style paired with the ability to take initiative
  • Strong classroom management skills and expertise in differentiating instruction

Nonessential skills and experience:

  • Eagerness to learn new technology and systems
  • Strong understanding of teaching through a balanced literacy approach
  • Experience with a problem-solving and discussion-based mathematics approach
  • Strong analytical abilities and enthusiasm for data-driven instruction
  • Very resourceful and adaptive, eager to embrace change, growth, and learning
  • Experience working closely with diverse families

This academy is an equal opportunity employer. We believe every employee has the right to work in an environment free from all forms of unlawful discrimination. It is the policy of the school that employment decisions for all applicants and employees will be made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, disability, or other characteristics protected under local, state, or federal law. No employee will be retaliated against for raising concerns under this policy. We seek each employee’s contribution and assistance in helping us maintain equal employment opportunity.