Thank you for your interest in a career at The Donoho School. Any organization is only as good as its people, and here at Donoho, we understand the value that passionate, lifelong learners can have in impacting young lives. Conveniently located near Interstate-20 between Atlanta and Birmingham, Anniston, Alabama, is ideally suited for family living and year-round recreational activities.
The Donoho School is seeking substitute teachers on an as-needed basis, Monday through Friday, during the academic school year. Responsibilities include assuming duties of the classroom teacher in accordance with the classroom lesson plans, and The Donoho School rules and policies.
Applicants will be notified before references are contacted.
P.E. Teacher (PreK – 12)
The Donoho School is seeking candidates for PreK – 12th grade Physical Education Teacher position for the 2024-2025 academic year. The applicant should be skilled at preparing students to succeed in the classroom and on the field. A proven track record of building relationships and creating a positive culture with students of this age would be a plus. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree, outstanding communication skills, and the ability to lead and work as a team. Possibility of additional coaching opportunities with stipend.
Upper Elementary Teacher (Gr 5-6)
All applicants should submit the following to Sharon Burt, Assistant to the Head of School, at email@example.com:
- Resume and Cover Letter
- List of References
School Mission and Culture
The Donoho School empowers me to LEAD: live with honor, engage my passions, act with humility, and delight in wisdom.
The Donoho School faculty and staff are encouraged to be active in the life of the school outside of the classroom. Frequent attendance at school events and activities helps strengthen our school community. Additional duty assignments such as student advisor, dance chaperone, Intersession sponsor/lead teacher, coaching, and/or club sponsorship help to build rapport with the Donoho community. Strong communication and relationship management with the student and family is expected by all faculty members. Faculty is responsible for appropriately modeling positive and productive conduct.