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About our School
The Girls’ School of Austin is a private, independent K-8 school (150 girls) in Central Austin. The School brings together a diverse student body with a strong emphasis on creativity, community building, collaboration, and problem-solving. Our strong academic program includes Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish, and is supported and enhanced by SEL, Diversity, Service Learning, and Visual and Performing Arts programming. Significant use is made of the artistic and natural resources in Austin and the surrounding area.


Position Title: Associate Director of Advancement

Reports to:  Director of Advancement 

Exempt/Non-exempt:   Exempt  

Schedule: 12-Month Employee 

The Girls’ School of Austin is seeking a dynamic, creative, energized, and organized individual to serve as the Associate Director of Advancement. This individual has primary responsibility for supporting fundraising, communications, and community engagement activities in collaboration with the Director of Advancement. This newly-formed team will lead and manage the annual fund, special events, cultivate and solicit major gifts, and coordinate all other advancement activities as well as lead public relations and marketing for the school to increase knowledge and awareness of the GSA, its mission, activities, and the value of our school. The Associate Director of Advancement will at times be a face of the Girls’ School of Austin, representing the school more broadly to both external and internal audiences.

Please read the full Job Description here.

Position Title: Middle School Math Teacher (Grades 5-8) 

Reports to:  Head of School 

Exempt/Non-exempt:   Exempt  

Schedule: 10-Month Employee 

We are looking for a dynamic Middle School Math teacher who is committed to the ideals of the GSA and who can inspire a love of learning and of mathematics in their students. The successful candidate will have the ability to teach mathematical concepts covered in a standard Middle School mathematics course progression, including Algebra 1. Topics include but are not limited to operations with fractions and decimals, basic geometric formulas and their derivations, proportional relationships and linear functions, basic exponent operations, transformations on the coordinate plane, and solving multi-step equations.

As a middle school math teacher at the GSA, you will be expected to challenge students on the “why” of mathematics. You will be using teaching materials that engage students through multiple methods and platforms, and assessments that expect a high depth of knowledge of the concepts. In addition to a rigorous understanding of the topics that are taught in our courses, we
expect students to gain an appreciation for mathematics and its everyday uses.

Additionally, in line with our school’s mission, we strive to help build student confidence in math. In addition, candidates will understand when and how to integrate social/emotional skill building, inquiry, technology use, and assessment into curriculum and pedagogy. The successful candidate will understand the value of working cooperatively and collaboratively with a community of other educators as well as have the ability to work independently. Flexibility, collegiality, and a commitment to your own learning are integral to success in this setting!

Please read the full Job Description here.

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The Girls’ School of Austin provides an academically challenging education for girls in a community that fosters creative learning and personal excellence. Our mission is to develop confident young women who lead intellectually vibrant and fulfilling lives.

Our Community…
…is respectful, inclusive, and supportive.
…celebrates the efforts and achievements of hardworking students.
…thrives under the guidance of dedicated, inspiring teachers.

We Believe…
…curiosity, creativity, diversity, and a willingness to take risks advance intellectual growth
…a well-rounded education provides the foundation for scholarly and personal pursuits.
…service to others and self-awareness are essential to the learning experience.