Welcome to Carroll School! We’re happy you are interested in working in our community. Located in Waltham, Lincoln, and Wayland, Massachusetts, Carroll School is an independent day school that serves students from grades 1-9, who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia.

In an effort to address the greatest need of each child, we recognize that diversity and inclusivity are essential to a child’s learning experience. Our work is important, and we welcome candidates who add to the diversity of our community and demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in their work.

Therefore, we seek teachers, tutors, administrators, and staff who are:

  • Dedicated to supporting the educational needs of children with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia.
  • Excited to collaborate with colleagues from diverse backgrounds.
  • Eager to contribute and grow as a member of a vibrant school community.

Research shows that underrepresented groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. Carroll School encourages you to break that statistic and apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.

Employment Opportunities

Summer 2024 Employment Opportunities

There are currently no open positions for Summer@Carroll. We encourage you to check back for future opportunities.

How to Apply

School Year and Staff Positions:

Email your resume and cover letter to jobs@carrollschool.org to apply to the relevant positions.

Summer Positions:

Please use the Summer@Carroll CampBrain staff portal to submit employment applications, upload supporting documents, and track your employment status.

Questions may be sent to:

Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salary and benefits, including a strong professional development program.

The Hall Copacino Institute of Professional Study courses were created to help identify and train teachers for the different aspects that make a successful teacher at Carroll. All educators take part in professional study each year and over their time as educators, they take all five courses:

  1. Orton-Gillingham
  2. The Whole Child
  3. Data-informed Instruction
  4. Pedagogy - the science of teaching
  5. Technology for teaching

Kwame Cobblah

Middle School Dean of Students, 7th Grade Team Lead, History Teacher

First year teacher, Kwame Cobblah, shares his experiences as a new teacher at Carroll School.