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Employment at The Siena School

The Siena School is always interested in speaking with highly qualified teachers, staff and administrators that share our passion for teaching children with different learning styles.  While we may not always have a position available, we are happy to learn more about your interests and keep your information on file.  Given our continuing growth, it is likely that we may have a position of interest available in the future.  
 
If you are interested in applying for a position at our Silver Spring or Northern Virginia locations, or as a tutor with Siena Tutors, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@thesienaschool.org.

Northern Virginia Campus

The Siena School is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia in Fall 2021. This new campus will allow us to serve more students with language-based learning differences like dyslexia. It will also allow us to train more leaders and teachers. We have identified potential locations and are expanding our leadership team. This new campus will replicate the current Siena curriculum, core values and framework. 

Mission: The mission and educational model would be identical to Siena's highly successful program in Silver Spring, MD empowering students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.

Grades: Accepting applications for grades 3-8 for Fall 2021. Expanding to high school in Fall 2022.

Location: Western Fairfax County (e.g., Reston, Herndon), but will be dependent on available facilities.

Opening: Fall 2021.

Full-Time Employment

The Siena School is seeking a full-time middle school math/science teacher (grades 6-8) who is passionate about teaching and our mission of serving bright children with language-based learning differences. We are looking for highly collaborative teachers committed to designing and adapting instruction to meet a range of student learning needs and interests.  Siena relies heavily on multisensory and differentiated instruction.
The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  In response to ongoing enrollment growth and significant parent and professional interest, Siena is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.  We are hiring for all teaching positions at the school starting Fall 2021!  The school will open with grades 3-8, and then add grades into high school.
At The Siena School, teachers encourage students' creative expression, incorporate student interest and passions, and develop critical thinking by creating a vibrant, student-centered environment that supports the learning and personal growth of each student. Siena faculty and staff work collaboratively with students, parents and professionals to create a nurturing but rigorous learning environment. We know our children well and engage them on a daily basis in exciting, intellectual dialogue. Through individualized, multisensory instruction, students develop critical thinking skills and acquire the tools and strategies needed to become successful and independent learners.  A positive learning experience inspires our students to have confidence in themselves and their abilities.
Siena teachers work with students in small classes of 10:1 and address individual needs through both small-group and individualized instruction. They are skillful in establishing a strong relationship with students and creating learning opportunities that motivate and inspire students to develop all aspects of their learning needs.  Siena’s Science curriculum focuses on providing experiences and teaching skills for inquiry-based science education rooted in the scientific method, utilizing project based learning, differentiated instruction and facilitation.
 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Teaching in-person at the school and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models
  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs  
  • Creating lesson plans and adapting curriculum to teach math and science
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • Masters/advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience (preferred), or Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education.
  • Strong math/science content knowledge and teaching skills.
  • Promotes joyful student engagement. 
  • Strong interest in the mission of serving students with dyslexia/language-based learning differences.
  • Experience/comfort level working with middle-school students. 
  • Training or classroom experience in student-advocacy practices, differentiated instruction, and inquiry-based teaching.
  • Training or classroom experience teaching students with learning differences/dyslexia. 
  • Training in multisensory and individualized teaching approaches desirable, but not required, since Siena has targeted and ongoing professional development.
  • Preference for teachers with skills and interest in teaching specials classes (art, music, drama, PE, etc.) as the school grows.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work visa in the United States are required.

Additional Salary Information: The position includes a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and benefits package including but not limited to: health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plan, and professional development opportunities.

The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment.  The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.  Siena enrolls approximately 40% students of color.  The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who are regularly published and have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
 
The Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

The Siena School seeks an experienced reading teacher interested in using small-group instruction, research-based strategies, a multisensory approach, and other best practices. 

The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  In response to ongoing enrollment growth and significant parent and professional interest, Siena is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.  We are hiring for all teaching positions at the school starting Fall 2021!  The school will open with grades 3-8, and then add grades into high school.

Reading is at the center of almost everything we do at Siena.  All students at the school take a reading class each year from 3rd through 8th grade, working on comprehension, fluency and decoding. Siena's reading classes are capped at 10 students, with students subdivided into smaller groups according to areas of need. The classes teach phonology, phonemic awareness, decoding and spelling, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension, though systematic, structured and sequential instruction. Teachers use Orton-Gillingham, Wilson, Phono-Graphix and other methods to teach tools and strategies to students who struggle with reading in these areas.

Candidates should have a desire to teach the core principles of reading and an interest in ongoing professional development and training, which the school provides. Candidates should have a knowledge of dyslexia and instruction for students identified with dyslexia and related disorders. Experience working with students with learning differences preferred. Our teachers design interventions and strategies tailored to each student’s needs.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Teaching in person on-site and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models.
  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs.  
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Promoting joyful student engagement and a commitment to the education of students with dyslexia are essential.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education. Advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience strongly preferred.
  • Reading training (e.g. Orton Gillingham).
  • Knowledge in the core processes, skills, and content of reading and its relationship to listening, speaking, and writing.
  • Understand the reading process, particularly phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, decoding, strategic reading, and the application of these skills.
  • Experience teaching specific elements of reading instruction in small groups.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work visa in the United States are required.

The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment.  The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.  Siena enrolls approximately 40% students of color.  The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who are regularly published and have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

The Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

Additional Salary Information: The position includes a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and benefits package including but not limited to: health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plan, and professional development opportunities.

The Siena School is seeking full-time elementary teachers (grades 3-5) who are passionate about teaching and our mission of serving bright children with dyslexia and similar learning differences. We are looking for highly collaborative teachers committed to designing and adapting instruction to meet a range of student learning needs and interests.  Siena relies heavily on multisensory and differentiated instruction.
The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  In response to ongoing enrollment growth and significant parent and professional interest, Siena is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.  We are hiring for all teaching positions at the school starting Fall 2021!  The school will open with grades 3-8, and then add grades into high school.

At The Siena School, teachers encourage students' creative expression, incorporate student interest and passions, and develop critical thinking by creating a vibrant, student-centered environment that supports the learning and personal growth of each student. Siena faculty and staff work collaboratively with students, parents and professionals to create a nurturing but rigorous learning environment. We know our children well and engage them on a daily basis in exciting, intellectual dialogue. Through individualized, multisensory instruction, students develop critical thinking skills and acquire the tools and strategies needed to become successful and independent learners.  A positive learning experience inspires our students to have confidence in themselves and their abilities.

Siena teachers work with students in small classes of 10:1 and address individual needs through both small-group and individualized instruction. They are skillful in establishing a strong relationship with students and creating learning opportunities that motivate and inspire students to develop all aspects of their learning needs.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Teaching in-person at the school and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models
  • Sharing teaching responsibilities with other teachers in the classroom
  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs  
  • Creating lesson plans and adapting curriculum to teach Language Arts, math, social studies, and science
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • Masters/advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience (preferred), or Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education.
  • Strong language skills and a desire to make a difference for students whose intellect is ahead of their literacy skills.
  • Promoting joyful student engagement and a commitment to the education of students with dyslexia and language-based learning differences are essential.
  • Comfort level with elementary-age children, student-advocacy practices, and inquiry-based instruction.
  • Training or classroom experience with elementary grades, differentiation and/or students with learning differences/dyslexia. 
  • Training in multisensory, structured language approaches desirable, but not required, since Siena has targeted and ongoing professional development in reading instruction/learning differences.
  • Preference for teachers with skills and interest in teaching specials classes (art, music, drama, PE, etc.) as the school grows.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work Visa in the United States are required.

Additional Salary Information: The position includes a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and benefits package including but not limited to: health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plan, and professional development opportunities.

The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment.  The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.  Siena enrolls approximately 40% students of color.  The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who are regularly published and have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
 
The Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

The Siena School is seeking a middle school Language Arts/Social Studies teacher (grades 6-8) who is passionate about teaching and our mission of serving children with dyslexia and similar learning differences. We are looking for highly collaborative teachers committed to designing and adapting instruction to meet a range of student learning needs and interests.  Siena relies heavily on multisensory and differentiated instruction.


The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  In response to ongoing enrollment growth and significant parent and professional interest, Siena is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.  We are hiring for all teaching positions at the school starting Fall 2021!  The school will open with grades 3-8, and then add grades into high school. 


At The Siena School, teachers encourage students' creative expression, incorporate student interest and passions, and develop critical thinking by creating a vibrant, student-centered environment that supports the learning and personal growth of each student. Siena faculty and staff work collaboratively with students, parents and professionals to create a nurturing but rigorous learning environment. We know our children well and engage them on a daily basis in exciting, intellectual dialogue. Through individualized, multisensory instruction, students develop critical thinking skills and acquire the tools and strategies needed to become successful and independent learners.  A positive learning experience inspires our students to have confidence in themselves and their abilities.


Siena teachers work with students in small classes of 10:1 and address individual needs through both small-group and individualized instruction. They are skillful in establishing a strong relationship with students and creating learning opportunities that motivate and inspire students to develop all aspects of their learning needs.  Siena's humanities curricula focuses on building written and oral language skills.  The successful candidate will have experience providing individualized feedback and support during the writing process, and be proficient in providing experiential instruction that builds knowledge as well as skills. With a passion for their subject, the successful applicant will enjoy working with other educators in a collaborative environment, integrating technology in a 1:1 Chromebook environment. 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Teaching in-person at the school and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models
  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs  
  • Creating lesson plans and adapting curriculum to teach language arts and social studies
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • Masters/advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience (preferred), or Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education.
  • Strong language arts/social studies content knowledge and teaching skills.
  • Promotes joyful student engagement. 
  • Strong interest in the mission of serving students with dyslexia/language-based learning differences.
  • Experience/comfort level working with middle-school students. 
  • Training or classroom experience in student-advocacy practices, differentiated instruction, and inquiry-based teaching.
  • Training or classroom experience teaching students with learning differences/dyslexia. 
  • Training in multisensory and individualized teaching approaches desirable, but not required, since Siena has targeted and ongoing professional development.
  • Preference for teachers with skills and interest in teaching specials classes (art, music, drama, PE, etc.) as the school grows.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work visa in the United States are required.

Additional Salary Information: The position includes a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and benefits package including but not limited to: health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plan, and professional development opportunities.


The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment.  The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.  Siena enrolls approximately 40% students of color.  The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who are regularly published and have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
 
The Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

Part-Time Employment

The Siena School is seeking part-time Specials teachers (grades 3-8) who are passionate about teaching and our mission of serving bright children with language-based learning differences. We are looking for highly collaborative teachers committed to designing and adapting instruction to meet a range of student learning needs and interests.  Siena relies heavily on multisensory and differentiated instruction.


The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  In response to ongoing enrollment growth and significant parent and professional interest, Siena is opening a second campus in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.  We are hiring for all teaching positions at the school starting Fall 2021!  The school will open with grades 3-8, and then add grades into high school.


At The Siena School, teachers encourage students' creative expression, incorporate student interest and passions, and develop critical thinking by creating a vibrant, student-centered environment that supports the learning and personal growth of each student. Siena faculty and staff work collaboratively with students, parents and professionals to create a nurturing but rigorous learning environment. We know our children well and engage them on a daily basis in exciting, intellectual dialogue. Through individualized, multisensory instruction, students develop critical thinking skills and acquire the tools and strategies needed to become successful and independent learners.  A positive learning experience inspires our students to have confidence in themselves and their abilities.


Siena teachers work with students in small classes of 10:1 and address individual needs through both small-group and individualized instruction. They are skillful in establishing a strong relationship with students and creating learning opportunities that motivate and inspire students to develop all aspects of their learning needs.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Teaching in-person at the school and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models
  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs  
  • Creating lesson plans and adapting curriculum to art, music, drama, PE, and more!
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • Masters/advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience (preferred), or Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education.
  • Strong content knowledge and teaching skills.
  • Promotes joyful student engagement. 
  • Strong interest in the mission of serving students with dyslexia/language-based learning differences.
  • Experience/comfort level working with elementary and middle-school students. 
  • Training or classroom experience in student-advocacy practices, differentiated instruction, and inquiry-based teaching.
  • Training or classroom experience teaching students with learning differences/dyslexia. 
  • Training in multisensory and individualized teaching approaches desirable, but not required, since Siena has targeted and ongoing professional development.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work visa in the United States are required.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@thesienaschool.org. No phone inquiries please.

Additional Salary Information: The position will include hourly salary.  Depending on weekly scheduled hours, opportunity to earn benefits, commensurate with experience including but not limited to: health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plan, and professional development opportunities.
 
The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment.  The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences.  Siena enrolls approximately 40% students of color.  The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who are regularly published and have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
 
The Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.


Silver Spring Campus

The Siena School in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment. The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences. With 130 students in grades 4-12, including 40% students of color, the school has completed a new wing, increasing capacity to over 150 students. The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

Full-Time Employment

Please check back for future opportunities.

Part-Time Employment

The In-School Student Supervisor oversees and is responsible for students who are learning from within the school building.

The Supervisor will:

  • Ensure the health and safety of students within the building by maintaining safety standards and practices at all times according to the guidelines set forth by the Health and Safety Committee.
  • Provide daily supervision of students in the classrooms, during break & lunch, arrival/dismissal, and transition times.
  • Supervise classes if a teacher is absent (in-person and online)
  • Support online classes e.g. working with small groups on Zoom
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Bachelor's degree required
  • $15 hour, 8:15 am - 3:15 pm
  • Two days a week (either Monday and Tuesday OR Thursday and Friday)

The Siena School, Silver Spring, seeks an experienced reading teacher interested in using small-group instruction, research-based strategies, a multisensory approach, and other best practices for the 2021-2022 school year. The position is part time (20 hours a week) with the plan to expand to full time for the 2022-2023 school year. Additionally, the ideal candidate will also teach during the school’s summer academic program (4 weeks, half days). The Siena School is one of the nation’s leading independent schools serving bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia (www.thesienaschool.org).  

Reading is at the center of almost everything we do at Siena.  All students at the school take a reading class each year from 4th through 8th grade, working on comprehension, fluency and decoding. Additionally, reading is also offered at the high school level. Siena's reading classes are capped at 10 students, with students subdivided into smaller groups according to areas of need. The classes teach phonology, phonemic awareness, decoding and spelling, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension, though systematic, structured and sequential instruction. Teachers use Orton-Gillingham, Wilson, Phono-Graphix and other methods to teach tools and strategies to students who struggle with reading in these areas.

Candidates should have a desire to teach the core principles of reading and an interest in ongoing professional development and training, which the school provides. Candidates should have a knowledge of dyslexia and instruction for students identified with dyslexia and related disorders. Experience working with students with learning differences preferred. Our teachers design interventions and strategies tailored to each student’s needs.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Advising students and working with students, parents, and other teachers to fully develop a picture of students’ strengths and learning needs.  
  • Regular and consistent communication with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Promoting joyful student engagement and a commitment to the education of students with dyslexia are essential.
  • Teaching in person on-site and via Zoom in synchronous and asynchronous models.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record and demonstrated career interest in education. Advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience strongly preferred.
  • Reading training (e.g. Orton Gillingham).
  • Knowledge in the core processes, skills, and content of reading and its relationship to listening, speaking, and writing.
  • Understand the reading process, particularly phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, decoding, strategic reading, and the application of these skills.
  • Experience teaching specific elements of reading instruction in small groups.
  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Citizenship, residency, or work visa in the United States are required.

The Siena School seeks substitute teachers to assist with daily teaching requirements on an as-needed basis. The school serves bright college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. Experience working with students with learning differences preferred.


Siena Tutors

The Siena School is hiring tutors for elementary, middle and high school students to provide targeted instruction and support in reading, writing, math, executive functioning skills, and other core subjects. Our Tutors work 1:1 with students outside of school hours to target skill development, support knowledge and use of student learning strategies, and promote healthy self-confidence. We are looking for tutors who understand the connections with language and learning, have excellent people skills, and are enthusiastic about helping children who learn differently. 

Part-Time Employment

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual, regular tutoring sessions with students in a specific area of support  (executive function skills/organization, the writing process, reading development, math, and/or other subject specific support such as science or social studies).
  • Consistent and regular parent communication regarding student’s progress.
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers to tailor the tutoring experience to the individual needs of each student with focused comments on important aspects of a student’s progress, and clearly identified goals for further progress in the specific area of focus.
  • Accurate record keeping, including logging hours.
  • Regular feedback to the Director of Tutoring.
  • Develop learning plans, implement assessments, and report student progress under the direction of the Director of Tutoring Services.

Qualifications:

All Tutors

  • Bachelor's degree with a strong academic track record. 
  • Advanced degree and 2-5 years of classroom experience preferred.
  • Experience teaching/tutoring elementary, middle and/or high school students including students with learning differences/dyslexia; training or classroom experience working with students one-on-one or in small groups and with differentiation strategies.
  • Training in multisensory, structured language education desirable. 
  • Available after school, evenings and/or weekends; hours are flexible.
  • Engage in professional development provided by The Siena School.
  • Strong language skills and a desire to make a difference for students whose intellect is ahead of their literacy skills.
  • High degree of reliability and consistency and strong organizational skills.
  • Attention to detail regarding work schedule, assessment, and paperwork.
  • Able to work remotely with reliable internet access and computer to provide on-line tutoring. Some tutoring positions will transition to in-person work as is deemed safe to return due to Covid-19, while other Siena tutors will continue to work virtually with students as family and schooling needs dictate.
  • Strong technology skills (especially Microsoft OS, MS Office programs, Google Suite).
  • Comfortable with and uses technology tools for instruction, planning, and communication. Willing to learn new uses/applications of technology tools to support individual student’s needs.
  • Personable and joyful working with school-age children.

Specific to Reading Tutors

  • Reading training (e.g. Orton Gillingham).
  • Knowledge in the core processes, skills, and content of reading and its relationship to listening, speaking, and writing.
  • Understand the reading process, particularly phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, decoding, strategic reading, and the application of these skills.
  • Experience teaching specific elements of reading instruction in 1:1 and/or small groups.

Hourly pay dependent on experience and qualifications.

The Siena School (www.thesienaschool.org) in Silver Spring, Maryland, is in its 15th year with an expanding enrollment. The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences. With 130 students in grades 4-12, including 40% students of color, the school has completed a new wing, increasing capacity to over 150 students. The school focuses on the professional development of its staff who have presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference. Siena is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Siena School is committed to equitable hiring practices, and enthusiastically encourages professionals of all backgrounds to apply.

How to Apply / Contact

For immediate consideration, interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to Ann Mullen at amullen@sienatutors.org. No phone calls please.

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