Overbrook School is a Catholic, coeducational school for grades prekindergarten through eight where children grow and learn through prayer, study, community, and service. This dynamic tradition of learning melds the time-honored with the innovative, shaping children's minds and hearts through a faith-based program of academic rigor and wonder that emphasizes the pursuit of wisdom as a shared journey of discovery.
 
We are accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. If you are interested in joining our outstanding faculty, please send a cover letter, resume and application form to osprincipal@overbrook.edu for one of the following open positions:


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  • Preschool 3 Teacher Aide

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in elementary education with three years of teaching experience preferred. Experience with Montessori methods is preferred.
     
    Responsibilities:
    The primary responsibility of this full-time teaching assistant position is assisting the lead teacher in educating students at the prekindergarten/three-year-old level in all subject areas with a special emphasis on the acquisition of basic reading and math skills.
  • Preschool 4 Teacher Aide

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in elementary education with three years of teaching experience preferred. Experience with Montessori methods is preferred.
     
    Responsibilities:
    The primary responsibility of this full-time teaching assistant position is assisting the lead teacher in educating students at the prekindergarten/four-year-old level in all subject areas with a special emphasis on the acquisition of basic reading and math skills.
  • Kindergarten Teacher

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree in elementary education, master’s degree preferred, three years of teaching experience preferred.
     
    Responsibilities:
    The primary responsibility of this teaching position is educating students at the kindergarten level in all subject areas with a special emphasis on the acquisition of basic reading and math skills. Experience with Montessori methods is a plus. 
  • 1st Grade Teacher

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in elementary education, master’s degree preferred, three years of teaching experience preferred.
     
    Responsibilities:
    The primary responsibility of this teaching position is educating students at the first-grade level in all subject areas with a special emphasis on the acquisition of basic reading and math skills. As first grade is a foundational year, the classroom teacher will work with all students on reading skills and strategies, developing key mathematical concepts and developing skills that prepare them for second and third grade. Classroom teachers are also responsible for teaching religion, grammar and phonics, handwriting, science and social studies.
  • 4th Grade Teacher

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in elementary education, master’s degree preferred, three years of teaching experience preferred. Required currentteaching certification/licensure.
     
    Responsibilities:
    The primary responsibility of this teaching position is educating students at the fourth-grade level in all subject areas with attentiveness to forming the whole child in keeping with their dignity as a child of God. Highly effective written, oral and interpersonal skills to communicate with a varied audience in a collaborative spirit are essential. Ability to blend traditional methodologies with creative and inquiry based approaches to integrated teaching and learning experiences including STEM initiatives is required. The fourth-grade teacher fosters increased student independence, organization, and study skills as well as presenting the core academic curriculum.
  • Physical Education Teacher/Assistant Athletic Director

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in physical education or education, with at least 3 years teaching experience. Strong organization and communication skills preferred.
     
    Responsibilities and requirements:
    As the physical education teacher, the primary responsibility is to engage the children in organized sport skills and competitions or other physical activity. Physical educators must also stress the importance of maintaining a healthy way of life, through both exercise and positive lifestyle choices. Teachers should also be good role models.
     
    The primary responsibility of the assistant athletic director is to help promote the Overbrook athletic program and advocate participation in athletics among students and parents. The assistant is also expected to help manage coaches for all sports, schedule and coordinate games across all seasons, coordinate and supervise athletic events, work with the Overbrook Athletic Booster Club and oversee the maintenance for athletic facilities.
  • Junior High English & Language Arts Teacher

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in education, Master’s degree preferred, at least three years of teaching experience preferred. Required current teaching certification/licensure.

    Responsibilities and requirements:
    Overbrook School in Nashville, TN is seeking joyful, faith-filled teachers who feel called by God and are qualified to serve in the following role as Teacher, Grades 6-8 Language Arts/Literature- Candidates should have a strong background in grammar and writing along with a contagious love for reading and drawing students to Truth through the discussion of literature.
  • ExtendedCARE Workers

    Overbrook School is seeking applicants to work part-time in its ExtendedCARE program from 2:20-6 p.m. when school is in session. Applicants should enjoy working with school-age children, must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma. Some responsibilities include playground supervision, assisting students with homework, arts and crafts activities, and monitoring of computer usage. Contact Keelan Ready at 615-292-5134, ext. 3673 or readyk@overbrook.edu
4210 Harding Pike Nashville, Tennessee 37205
Phone: (615) 292–5134 Fax: (615) 783–0560
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