Employment Opportunities

Classroom Teacher: Possess a solid understanding of children’s academic, social, and emotional development; familiarity of the minimum standards for grade 4; familiarity with authentic assessment practices and current technology; and passion for working with children. Have a proven record of collaborative teamwork together with a nuanced understanding of interpersonal relations, strong verbal and written communication skills, and a healthy sense of humor. A minimum of three to five years of teaching experience is preferred and Supporting the mission of Trinity Episcopal School.

Trinity Episcopal School seeks a classroom Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants must be knowledgeable in planning and implementing a strong academic program and have a teaching credential in their field of study.  An advanced degree is preferred but not required.  Previous experience at an independent school is a plus.

Trinity Episcopal School provides a competitive salary and benefits package and an inviting, professional, and collegial working environment.   Please send a cover letter and resume to Mark Ravelli, Head of School at mravelli@tesgalv.org.

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The Beginning School Teacher works as a member of a team including one other Head Teacher and Teacher Assistants. The Beginning School Teacher shares full responsibility for the classroom and students with the Co-Head Teacher; collaborates to assure the coherence, relevance and vibrancy of the program; plans and manages the classroom environment; works with children on academic, social and emotional growth; tracks and maintains records for each child; trains and supervises Teacher Assistants; and participates in the admissions process. The position also includes conferencing with parents at least three times a year and maintaining consistent communication with the parents of the students in the class via a weekly newsletter.

The Head Teacher works in cooperation with all Trinity Beginning School teachers to offer a comprehensive educational program that attends to the developmental needs of children. All teachers also come together on a regular basis to examine student work, discuss best teaching practices, and hone professional skills.

Essential Responsibilities, Duties and Skills include the following. Plan and conduct an effective, developmentally appropriate program to meet the social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs of each child – in the classroom, outside and in both small-group and large-group activities.

  • Communicate thoughtfully and professionally with parents and colleagues regarding curriculum, students, and development issues, verbally and in written form
  • Create an inviting classroom atmosphere in which children feel comfortable and secure, along with an atmosphere of support and safety to encourage children to experience and acquire new skills
  • Provide experiences that promote individual self-expression in conversation, imaginative play, and creativity in a center-based classroom
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date observations of students
  • Provide positive guidance to help children develop self-control
  • Create informative weekly newsletters and maintain a classroom web page
  • Demonstrate professionalism through reliability, participation in school obligations, and a respectful attitude in professional relationships
  • Demonstrate integrity, patience, openness, sensitivity, enthusiasm, and friendliness
  • Articulate programs, expectations, and behavioral guidelines; oversee student behavior and discipline
  • Consult with Administration in matters of classroom management, teaching methods, and general school procedures
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Criminal background check and clearance required

Founded in 1952, Trinity Episcopal School is an independent, co-ed, PreK-8 school. The school seeks to enroll proficient students in a strong academic program that views the whole child. Trinity graduates go on to the most selective universities and colleges across the country.

Trinity is an equal-opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state, and local laws that prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, age, color, gender, national origin, citizenship, age (18 or older), religion, disability, marital


Trinity Episcopal School provides a competitive salary. Please send a cover letter and resume to Mark Ravelli, Head of School at mravelli@tesgalv.org.

Our School is looking for extended day workers who can help assist in our extended day program form 2:45 until 5:45. That person must be willing to enhance the learning environment for our students. The ideal candidate for this position must have experience with children.

The position requires:

  • Patience and an understanding of children, and a willingness to learn.
  • The stamina and flexibility to meet the demands of the position.
  • A willingness to travel to different classrooms throughout the day helping when and where needed.
  • One to help with preparing snacks for children, assist with the greeting of parents daily.
  • Able to pass a background check and attend a SafeGuarding God's Children workshop.

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  • Have a respectful attitude.
  • Help with educational activities when needed.
  • Be able to reinforce desired behavior.
  • Be able to represent the school positively in the community.


Trinity is an equal-opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state, and local laws that prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, age, color, gender, national origin, citizenship, age (18 or older), religion, disability, marital status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.


Qualified applicants should complete a cover letter and resume and mail materials to: Mark Ravelli at mravelli@tesgalv.org. Please visit our website at www.tesgalv.org.

Trinity Episcopal School seeks a Pre-K-8 Substitute Classroom Teacher. Applicants must be knowledgeable in planning and implementing a strong academic program and have teaching experience in their field of study. A degree is preferred along with previous experience at an independent school is a plus.


Founded in 1952, Trinity Episcopal School is an independent, co-ed, PreK-8 school. The school seeks to enroll proficient students in a strong academic program that views the whole child. Trinity graduates go on to the most selective universities and colleges across the country.


Trinity Episcopal School provides a competitive salary. Please send a cover letter and resume to Mark Ravelli, Head of School at mravelli@tesgalv.org.

The Spanish Teacher is responsible for social, emotional and academic Spanish development and growth of their students.

The ideal candidate should have three or more years of full-time teaching experience at the K-8 level and possess a bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree is preferred. We are looking for a candidate that has a commitment to support Trinity’s mission, foster each child’s intellectual, physical and spiritual development, love of learning and strength of character. In addition, an ideal candidate should have a positive collaborative leadership style with outstanding communication and organizational skills.

Essential Responsibilities, Duties and Skills include the following.
• Plan and conduct an effective, developmentally appropriate program to meet the social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs of each child – in the classroom, outside and in both small-group and large-group activities
• Communicate thoughtfully and professionally with parents and colleagues regarding curriculum, students, and development issues, verbally and in written form
• Create an inviting classroom atmosphere in which children feel comfortable and secure, along with an atmosphere of support and safety to encourage children to experience and acquire new skills
• Provide experiences that promote individual self-expression in conversation both in English and in Spanish, risk-taking and developmentally appropriate practices
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date observations of students
• Provide positive guidance to help children develop self-control
• Create informative weekly communication and maintain a classroom web page
• Demonstrate professionalism through reliability, participation in school obligations, and a respectful attitude in professional relationships
• Demonstrate integrity, patience, openness, sensitivity, enthusiasm and friendliness
• Articulate programs, expectations, and behavioral guidelines; oversee student behavior and discipline
• Provide supervision and support to parents
• Consult with administration and peers in matters of classroom management, teaching methods, and general school procedures
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Criminal background check and clearance required
Education and Experience
• BA or higher degree in area of child development, education or related field
• Clear or Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

Trinity is an equal-opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state, and local laws that prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, age, color, gender, national origin, citizenship, age (18 or older), religion, disability, marital status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Qualified applicants should complete a cover letter and resume and mail materials to: Mark Ravelli at mravelli@tesgalv.org  Please visit our website at www.tesgalv.org.