We're Hiring for 24-25!

For every position at TLC we look for candidates with  a strong work ethic, stamina and flexibility for a fast-paced work environment, willingness to work collaboratively with students, parents, and fellow staff members, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Learn more about qualifications for specific positions below. 

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for a minimum of three references in order to be considered. Please combine all documents into a single PDF and send to employment@thelearningcommunity.org.

Current Open Positions:

  • 3rd/4th Language Arts Teacher
  • K/8 Music Teacher
3rd and 4th Grade Language Arts Teacher

Our lead 3/4 grade language arts teacher will inspire children to become lifelong learners, leading daily, hands-on lessons in reading, writing, vocabulary, and word work, while fostering community among students. 


  • Bachelor’s degree in education
  • Two years of experience in an elementary or middle school classroom
  • Well versed in differentiation tools and instruction
  • Classroom management skills


  • Implement our reading and writing workshop curriculum that aligns with the school’s educational philosophy and meets the unique needs of 3rd and 4th-grade students.
  • Facilitate reading workshops; provide mini-lessons on reading strategies
  • Differentiate instruction to meet the diverse learning needs and interests of students.
  • Curate a diverse classroom library and foster a culture of reading.
  • Introduce students to a variety of literary genres, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama.
  • Create authentic writing opportunities that connect classroom writing to real-world contexts and audiences.
K/8 Music Teacher


  • Minimum BA in Music or Music Education
  • Able to work with musicians of all ability levels
  • Strong instrumental knowledge, including piano accompaniment
  • Orff, Kodaly, or Dalcroze training strongly encouraged


  • Designs and teaches general music while meeting the needs of individual students through differentiated, dynamic lessons
  • Provides opportunities for music ensembles and solos including rock band, musicals, and choir
  • Plans, rehearses, and directs students in musical and holiday programs
  • Works with admin to develop and refine the music curriculum
  • Creates and maintains a trusting and healthy classroom/performance environment through established routines and expectations
  • Organizes, maintains, and inventories school-owned musical equipment and instruments
  • Hours*: noon-4:15 Mondays and Wednesdays; noon-3pm Tuesdays and Fridays
  • Second semester hours increase on Fridays with an earlier start time of 9:15.

*Evening/seasonal performances outside of these hours are to be expected.