- The ideal candidate will have:
- Demonstrated excellence in verbal and written communication
- Graphic design skills, including strong knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator
- Working knowledge of HTML and CSS; experience with content management systems a plus
- Digital photography proficiency; SLR camera and video experience a plus
- Ability to multitask and manage multiple, conflicting, and changing needs while still maximizing efficiency
- Strong work ethic
- Ability to learn quickly
- Organized and detail oriented
- A keen eye for design
- Strong interpersonal skills—empathy, flexibility, and a sense of humor ability to work effectively with all constituencies within the school’s internal and external communities (faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni)
- Bachelor’s degree required
How to Apply
Please visit lwhs.org/employment to apply for the position. Be sure to submit—all in PDF format—a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references. The application process begins immediately and is open until filled. No calls, emails, or faxes please.?
Lick-Wilmerding High School has an institutional commitment to diversity and encourages applications from candidates of diverse and under-represented backgrounds. Located in San Francisco, LWHS is a college preparatory, co-educational day school serving 490 students from grades 9-12. Founded in 1895 as a technical arts school and tuition free until 1972, LWHS has a long history of welcoming and supporting students from all walks of life and prides itself on being a private school with public purpose. At LWHS, a diverse student body, faculty, and staff in all its forms is central to what we believe constitutes an excellent education, and we are institutionally committed to ongoing reflective work in order to further define and articulate this complex and worthwhile vision.
The average full time teacher workload is 62 students, the students are motivated, and the compensation is generous. Lunch is included in the comprehensive benefits package for faculty and staff.
Successful teaching candidates will have developed a thoughtful teaching practice, have three years of teaching experience at a minimum, have earned a teaching credential, masters degree, or equivalent experience, and know that teachers at the high school level serve as role models and educators both inside and outside the classroom. A love of high school students, flexibility, and a sense of humor are required.