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Employment

Current Opportunities:

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  • Lower School Kindergarten Aide

    Job Title: Lower School Kindergarten Aide
    Job Classification: Full Time

    Hampton Roads Academy is currently seeking a kindergarten aide for the upcoming school year
    (2024- 2025). We are looking for a talented individual who nurtures and fosters the growth of
    our kindergarten students academically, physically, and emotionally. The aide must understand
    the importance of collaborative work and communicate well with both colleagues and parents.
    The aide must follow the directions of the kindergarten teachers and be committed to
    maintaining the school’s educational culture as they assist in developing and implementing the
    kindergarten curriculum. The position demands a great deal of physical ability and, therefore,
    requires an energetic person capable of meeting the needs of small children.

    Essential Duties:
     Setting up and dismantling various classroom activities
     Supervising children in the classroom
     Supervising children during recess, resource periods, and on field trips
     Setting up and cleaning up snack time, lunch, and rest period
     Bathroom duty
     Assisting with morning arrival and afternoon dismissal
     Instructing students in small group rotations
     Familiarity with 21 st century technology

    Contact:
    Susanne Swain
    Head of Lower School
    sswain@hra.org
    757-884-9109
  • Part Time Extended Care and Enrichment Program Staff

    Join the HRA community of dedicated professionals whose compassion and commitment nurture the needs of our students. The Extended Care & Enrichment program offers exciting opportunities which enhance the student experience at HRA for the varying ages. Our program offers superior care by providing quality interactions between staff and students, while the policies, experiences and activities promote social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in our students. Professional development and training are provided throughout the year. We require creative and talented individuals who love working with children. Experience working with children is recommended. Successful candidates will have to undergo a background check.  
     
    Please send a resume and letter of interest to Shirley Tanguy, Director of Ancillary Programs, stangu@hra.org
  • Substitute Teacher

    Hampton Roads Academy is looking for energetic and engaging substitute teachers to work with students of all levels, from pre-kindergarten to high school. The most successful candidates will be detail-oriented and enjoy working with children. Official experience and/or a state teaching license is welcome but not required. Successful candidates will have to undergo a background check and be comfortable with all current COVID-19 policies.

    Daily Substitute: $110/day
    Long Term Substitute: $135/day

    If interested, please submit a resume and letter of interest to Christine Holloway, Chief of Staff at chollo@hra.org.
  • Summer Camp Counselor

    Position:  Summer Camp Counselor
     
    Qualifications:  The ability to relate well to children and adults, including parents, staff members, and visitors is required.  Experience working with groups of children from preschool to fifth grade is desired but not necessary as training will be given.
     
    The Camp Counselor must be able to lead and actively participate in sports/games with children, be able to effectively monitor behavior while using appropriate discipline techniques, and develop age-appropriate activities. This position is responsible for helping to maintain a safe, clean summer program site, ensuring a high level of program quality, and working to establish a positive relationship with all program participants and their families. The Camp Counselor will provide a positive role model to youth and teens within the philosophy of HRA Summer Camp standards and expectations. This will be done under the direction of the Director of Ancillary Programs.
     
    1.            Minimum of 18 years of age.
    2.            Experience working with children in a supervised setting is preferred but training will be given.
    3.            Proof of a negative TB test within the last two years.
    4.            Certification in CPR/First Aid/AED prior to the first day of working camp.
    5.            Complete and maintain required trainings to include but not limited to: New Employee Orientation, Daily Health Observation, and other training as assigned.
    6.            Satisfactory completion of a criminal background check, sex offender registry, and Child Protective Services check.
     
     
    Responsibilities:  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
     
    1.  Arrive to work on time, as scheduled, ready to work.
    2. Supervise the children, with a priority in their safety, always following risk management policies.
    3. Participate and encourage positive participation of all students in daily activities and events.
    4. Responsible for care of all facilities, equipment, and supplies.
    5. Prepare and maintain necessary supplies and stay within budget guidelines.
    6. Communicate with parents, co-workers, and supervisor about incidents involving children’s behaviors, learning issues, or other problems.
    7. Attend staff meetings, mandatory trainings, and other HRA events.
    8. Follow HRA policies and procedures.
    9. All other duties as assigned by your supervisor.
  • Coaching Opportunities

    Experienced coaches willing to support and advance the HRA athletic program may send a resume and letter of interest to Laura Stoner, Director of Athletics, at Lstone@hra.org  As positions become available in different sports programs, we will reach back out to qualified candidates. 

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Hampton Roads Academy prohibits discrimination against and harassment of any employee or any applicant for employment because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. All personnel who are responsible for hiring and promoting employees and for the development and implementation of the School's programs or activities are charged to support this effort and to respond promptly and appropriately to any concerns that are brought to their attention.

Hampton Roads Academy

HRA is accredited through the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and is a National Blue Ribbon School.