A JK THROUGH 12 INDEPENDENT SCHOOL IN CHARLOTTE, NC

1941

Employment

Teaching with Distinction

Dedicated, passionate, and professional teachers are the heart of Country Day. Our exceptional faculty nurture highly motivated students in a caring and inclusive community that is committed to continuous improvement. 

More than 200 educators make up our full-time, JK–12 faculty, a diverse team of professionals who love what they do. Our faculty members work in close collaboration with one another, constantly seeking new ways to integrate curricula and strengthen their students’ experiences. They are supported through ongoing, high-quality professional development and a collegial atmosphere of commitment to best practices and innovation.

“As a teacher here for more than 20 years, I regard Country Day as a special place. Because of the high bar in professional development, the school has provided me with opportunities, such as traveling the world, that very few, if any, other teaching positions offer. I consider myself very lucky to be part of such an extraordinary community of parents, students, and educators.”

Aaron Cooper, Eighth-grade social studies teacher

Available Positions

  • Future Faculty Positions/Substitute Teachers

  • Future Coaching Positions

  • Future Extended Day Teacher

  • Future Bus Driver Positions

  • Future Staff (non-teaching) Positions

Please visit our employment page to review detailed job listings and to apply online.
 

It is the policy of Charlotte Country Day School not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable law. This policy extends to recruitment, employment, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff, termination, compensation, training, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

Country Day will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship. This policy governs all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

Request Employment Information

For teacher/faculty positions, contact Academic Affairs
For non-teaching positions, contact Human Resources

A Great Place to Work

  • 8:1 student to teacher ratio
  • Average class size: 15 students in Upper School, 15 students in Middle School, 24 in Lower School with a full-time, qualified teaching assistant
  • Class load: 4 sections in Upper and Middle School
  • Annual on-site and off-site professional development opportunities that enhance teaching skills
  • Full tuition remission for up to two children (full-time educator)
  • Nationally competitive salaries and benefits
  • Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and retirement plans
  • Average faculty raise since 2009: 3%
  • Financial assistance with relocation expenses
  • On-site physical, mental, and financial health and wellness classes
  • Close informal relationships with major colleges and universities in the Charlotte area
  • Collaborative faculty relationship with Teach for America
  • Professional and mission-driven culture
  • Faculty attend or present at nearly 60 different workshops and conferences a year to develop their professional skills and best practices

Professional Development Highlights

  • Seven annual travel grants provide opportunities for international travel related to curriculum and professional growth
  • A wide range of opportunities (conferences, workshops, retreats, book studies, etc.) foster institutional and personal goals
  • Expenses are fully covered (travel, transportation, registration, materials, lodging, meals, etc.)
  • Support for advance degrees is provided