Coed, independent, PK3-12th grade school in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Current EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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  • Counselor for Lower and Middle School - Part Time

    Shorecrest Preparatory School  is seeking a licensed Psychologist or other licensed Mental Health professional to be a part of our vibrant Lower and Middle School teams. The successful candidate will serve as a member of the Support Services team and interact with a broad range of constituents, including students, faculty, parents, and administrators. 

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Manage psychosocial referrals for students in grades K-8 
    • Provide consultation, personal support and crisis intervention
    • Partner with the Middle School Learning Specialist to support students, faculty and parents 
    • Create and share personal and academic support plans 
    • Partner with other Lower and Middle School team members to provide programming and professional development opportunities to students, faculty and parents 
    • Participate in weekly grade-level team meetings as needed
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Heads of Lower and Middle School or Head of School
    QUALIFICATIONS
    • A Master’s or Doctoral degree is required
    • Exceptional understanding of the developmental needs of lower and middle school learners
    • A joyful enthusiasm for school learners
    • Flexibility, good humor, and the motivation to work both independently and as a responsible member of a team
    • Facility with dynamic educational technologies 
    • Demonstrated experience working in a diverse community and possess strong cross-cultural competency skills
    • A willingness and eagerness to assist in the life of the School 
    • Demonstrated expertise in working on teams that include colleagues, parents, and outside professionals to support students
    • Excellent listening skills and the ability to apply them in a dynamic and fast-paced environment
    • Respect for confidentiality 
    Please send completed application or cover letter and resume to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, at kgrant@shorecrest.org.
     
    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.
     
    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.
  • Drama Teacher - Middle School

    The Middle School Drama Teacher prepares curriculum and teaches drama and public speaking to students in grades 5-8.

    Specific duties (not limited to):
    • Successfully teach all assigned Drama classes focusing on drama, public speaking, theater, etc. 
    • Supervise classes to ensure all students are learning in a safe and productive environment
    • Serve as an advisor to a group of students (determined by Head of Middle School) and supervise Study Halls daily 
    • Assist with opening-of-school functions, pre-planning week, Back to School nights, and complete all assigned tasks from Middle School Head
    • Actively support school functions, such as athletic events, dramatic and musical productions, and field experiences
    • Attend weekly faculty meetings and serve on faculty committees as needed
    • Meet responsibilities and deadlines in the classroom and of the school (e.g. fall and spring parent conferences, accurate and timely report writing, weekly grade level team meetings)
    • Communicate with parents: return phone calls, emails and notes in a timely manner
    • Provide extra help to students before or after school and/or study halls
    • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts
    • Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records
    • Evaluate and grade students' class work, assignments, and papers
    • Compile, administer, and grade examinations
    • Use online grading and course management software, and update grades regularly and timely
    • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction
    • Use effective class management techniques to ensure effective learning
    • Collaborate with other faculty and staff, especially the grade-level team
    • Maintain regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students
    • Maintain expertise in subject matter through professional development
    • Participate in daily or weekly duties such as break, lunch, or carline
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Middle School Head
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree or post graduate work in subject matter.
    • A minimum of five years teaching and administration experience in an independent school environment preferred
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
    • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills
    • Proficient in using technology and web tools
    • Able to use basic office equipment 
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Works in a highly involved and busy environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts
    • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 20 lbs
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment  
    • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold

    Please send completed application or cover letter and resume to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, at kgrant@shorecrest.org.
     
    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.
     
    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.
  • Extended Day Worker – Part Time

    Extended Day Workers are responsible for supervising students in the Extended Day program and assisting in the operation of Extended Day. (After care program on weekday afternoons and child care on some days that school is closed.)
     
    Essential Functions:
    • Set up interest centers and prepare needed materials and supplies
    • Take attendance at beginning of extended day program and keep attendance current as children leave
    • Provide excellent supervision of children throughout their time in extended day, using physical presence and child-centered language to ensure safety and appropriate behavior
    • Supervise homework and indoor activities as well as outside playground activities
    • Greet parents as they sign out their children
    • Help with general housekeeping and kitchen tasks
    • Manage snack time in cooperation with SAGE Dining Services
    • Attend all staff meetings and recommended training programs and conferences
    • Follow directions given by the Director of Auxiliary Programs  
    Qualifications:
    • High school degree or GED
    • Degree in education or working towards a degree in education preferred
    • Experience working with school age children
    • Interest in children in an educational setting
    • Good verbal skills with students, colleagues and parents
    • Demonstrated organizational skills
    • Able to use basic office equipment, technology and web based tools
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity
    • For those working with 3-5 year old groups - 40 clock hours required by the PCLB preferred, At least 6 semester hours of college credits with passing grades in early childhood education, elementary education, physical education activities for children, guidance, recreation, child group and development OR completed a Child Development Associate credentialing program preferred. 
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
    • Work in a highly involved environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 40 lbs
    • Able to get down to the child’s level
    • Monitor children in classroom, playground, and other school areas
    • Be able to come in contact with children who are ill/ contagious
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled CLASSROOM environment
    • Work in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat 
    Interested Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Dominique Hamm, Director of Auxiliary Programs, at dhamm@shorecrest.org.

    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.

    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.
  • Media and Information Technology Specialist (Grades 5-12)

    Provides formal and informal instruction in library, media and technology information skills; assists students and teachers in locating, evaluating and using library media materials and technologies; collaborates with teachers and students to support individual, curricular and school goals; and oversees the Makerspace.

    Essential Job Elements

    As an Instructional Partner:
    As an instructional partner, the school Middle School / Upper School Media and Information Technology Specialist works with teachers, staff and other educators to build and strengthen connections between student information and research needs, curricular content, learning outcomes, and information resources. 
    • Collaborates with teachers to design and teach engaging lessons and assessments that incorporate multiple literacies and foster critical thinking;
    • Assists staff in the selection, evaluation, and use of resources, including online resources;
    • Provides group instruction and individual user guidance for students in location of resources and use of research techniques;
    • Consults and plans with teachers on the appropriate use and scheduling of materials for classroom instruction and/or library technology resources used by students;
    • Shares expertise in the areas of technology integration, media literacy and digital literacy by presenting at faculty meetings, in-service sessions, and parent meetings;
    • Collaborates with the LS Media Specialist and members of the Technology Team;
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Educational Technology and Media Services.
    As an Information and Technology Specialist:
    As an information and technology specialist, the school MS/US Media and Information Technology Specialist provides leadership and expertise in the selection, acquisition, evaluation, and organization of resources and technologies in all formats, as well as expertise in the ethical use of information.
    • Ensures equitable access and responsible use of information;
    • Develops and maintains a collection of resources appropriate to the curriculum, the learners, and the teaching styles and instructional strategies of the school community;
    • Supports faculty and students in locating, evaluating and using information effectively to meet individual and classroom teaching and learning goals;
    • Exhibits competence in classifying, cataloging, processing, storage, and circulation of materials;
    • Evaluates, promotes, and uses existing and emerging technologies to support teaching and learning, supplement school resources, and communicate with students and teachers;
    • Understands copyright, fair use, and licensing of intellectual property and assists students, staff, and administration with their understanding and observance of same;
    • Manages and provides instruction on digital resources and pedagogies;
    • Embraces the use of instructional technology to engage students and improve learning while providing 24/7 access to digital information resources for the entire learning community;
    • Supports the integration of new technologies and methodologies for library services, applications and systems, including the Makerspace.
    As a Library Program Administrator:
    As a program administrator, the MS/US Media and Information Technology Specialist works collaboratively with the learning community to define and manage the policies of the school library, media and technology information program.
    • Uses strategic planning to ensure continuous improvement of the program;
    • Develops policies and procedures to ensure efficient operation, services, and facility use for a 21st century school library media program;
    • Analyzes, processes, develops and manages information systems for the library;
    • Performs standard updates and routine procedures necessary for the operation of the library information system; troubleshoots system processes, assists with the design and development of system usage reports; provides support to projects that use and interact with elements of the library system;
    • Develops and maintains an adequate collection of print, non-print, and digital resources to support the curriculum, students’ needs, and to promote independent reading and literacy growth;
    • Maintains an online catalog and automated circulation system that accurately reflects the collection and its usage;
    • Creates and maintains a school library and media space that is inviting, safe, flexible, and conducive to learning for all users;
    • Responds to and resolves user access problems through trouble shooting with both locally and remotely hosted databases and resources available through the library;
    • Effectively plans the school library and literacy program to meet identified needs of the Middle and Upper Schools;
    • Prepares and implements the school library budget including instructional resources, supplies, equipment and repairs in order to support both the curriculum and the goals of the library program and the school;
    • Develops budget for the library including expected purchases and maintenance expenses on existing equipment, including the Makerspace.
    Qualifications
    • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science or comparable field preferred
    • Knowledge of Follett Destiny Library Management system or similar library catalog system
    • Strong interpersonal skills with children and adults
    • Demonstrated experience collaborating with students, teachers, librarians and volunteers
    • Knowledge in design of 21st Century learning environments
    • Expertise with information technology
    • Understands the many ways in which information can be created, communicated, stored, and / or transformed to benefit the school
    • Possesses problem solving and decision making skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills  
    • Able to support school mission and strategic initiatives
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Able to work in a highly involved & busy environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts 
    • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time 
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs. 
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled office environment   

    Please send completed application or cover letter and resume to Dr. Anna Baralt, Director of Educational Technology, at abaralt@shorecrest.org. 

    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.

    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.
  • Middle School Floating Faculty and Math Support

    The Faculty Support Teacher is responsible for assisting in the implementation of the daily Middle School program, particularly with the subject of Mathematics, under the direction of the Head of Middle School.

    Essential Functions
    • Work in the Middle School to support the teachers in class or the MS Office Manager
    • Supervise a classroom when the teacher is out of the room
    • Attend weekly faculty meetings 
    • Meet responsibilities and deadlines in the classroom and of the school if needed
    • Communicate with parents: return phone calls, emails and notes in a timely manner
    • Provide extra help to students before or after school and/or study halls
    • Teach students and or implement the lessons left by a Teacher in their absence
    • Help with duties including but not limited to lunch, carline and break
    • Assist or run an advisory
    • Follow directions given by teacher or Head of Middle School
    • Work with children in large and small groups and individually
    • Provide classroom and other coverage for teachers as needed
    • Perform other related duties assigned by the classroom teacher or the Head of Middle School
    • In the event of distance learning or Flexible Learning, assist the teachers and or Head of Middle School to support the mission of the school
    • Use effective class management techniques to ensure effective learning
    • Collaborate with other faculty and staff, especially the grade-level team
    • Support the Middle School Office Manager when needed
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • Interest in children in an educational setting
    • Good verbal skills with students, colleagues and parents
    • Demonstrated organizational skills
    • Able to use basic office equipment 
    • Proficient in technology and web based tools 
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity 
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Works in a highly involved and busy environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts
    • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs. 
    • Monitor children in classroom, playground, library, and other school areas
    • Be able to come in contact with children who are ill / contagious
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment  
    • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold
    Please send completed application, cover letter and resume to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, at kgrant@shorecrest.org.

    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.
     
    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.
  • Preschool Substitute Teacher

    Substitute Teacher Aides in The Experiential School of Tampa Bay are responsible for assisting in the implementation of the daily program under the direction of the teacher.

    The Experiential School (ages 3-5) is looking to develop its pool of substitute teachers. The Experiential School believes in a child-centered, progressive philosophy of teaching and learning that values children’s interests, ideas, strengths and uniqueness. Experiential School students are capable, curious, active and engaged thinkers and doers who learn through inquiry, exploration, discovery and play. In our learning community, Alpha and Junior Kindergarten students learn through interactions with people, environments, materials and experiences that are student-directed and teacher-guided. As such, it is important that our substitute teachers embrace these same values and philosophy of teaching.

    Shorecrest prefers that our substitutes have a bachelor's degree. Experience teaching 3, 4, and 5-year old children is beneficial.
     

    Essential Functions
    • Set up interest centers and preparing needed materials and supplies
    • Supervise the classroom when the teacher is out of the room
    • Help with general housekeeping and kitchen tasks
    • Supervise outside playground activities
    • Follow directions given by head teacher or immediate supervisor
    • Work with children in large and small groups and individually
    • Provide classroom & playground coverage for teachers as needed
    • perform other related duties assigned by the Classroom Teacher 

    Qualifications
    • High school degree or GED , Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • DCF 40 hour introductory child care training preferred
    • Interest in children in an educational setting
    • Good verbal skills with students, colleagues and parents
    • Demonstrated organizational skills
    • Able to use basic office equipment 
    • Proficient in technology and web based tools 
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity 

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Works in a highly involved and busy environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts
    • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time
    • Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs 
    • Spend time sitting on floor or child size furniture
    • Monitor children in classroom, playground, library, and other school areas
    • Be able to come in contact with children who are ill/ contagious
    • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment
    • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold
    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.
    Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.

    If you are interested in subbing in the Experiential School, please fill out the online application. You may also e-mail your resume to Nikki Kemp, Administrative Assistant of The Experiential School of Tampa Bay: nkemp@shorecrest.org

    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.
  • School Bus Driver – Part Time

    The School Bus Driver performs driving duties for the school in accordance with the laws and regulations of the state and the policies and procedures of the school.

    Essential Functions

    Drive a school bus over designated routes in accordance with specified time schedules and in accordance with the regulations and laws related to pupil transportation. Transport students and teachers on athletic and educational field trips.
    • Maintain the school bus in a safe operating condition through prescribed daily vehicle inspections; report mechanical defects and malfunctions to appropriate personnel
    • Maintain the school bus in clean condition, including floors, seats, interior windows, and dash area. Empty trash receptacle when needed especially if food debris is present.
    • Maintain student order and discipline on school buses; discipline disruptive children according to established procedures and guidelines; cite students for behavior infractions; communicate behavior issues as required by school policy
    • Maintain current knowledge of emergency evacuation procedures and techniques
    • Report incidents which affect the safety of students and the operation of the school bus
    • Comply with all Shorecrest policies, procedures and Handbooks
    • Perform any other duties as required by the Facilities Director or designate
    • Secure vehicles including closing all windows after each use
    Qualifications
    • High school diploma or GED required, supplemented by a minimum of six months previous school bus driving experience or vocational training
    • Requires successful completion of employment background screening and verification
    • Valid state school bus driver license, CDL class B preferred
    • The ability to take charge but deal professionally and calmly in emergency situations
    • The ability to work effectively with employees, students, parents, school administration and local law enforcement representatives
    • Valid first aid certificate
    • Drivers must pass an annual physical exam specific for school bus driving (by a Bayfront Convenient Care Clinic or approved medical doctor)
    • Proficient in using Gmail and department specific technology
    • Committed to inclusion and issues of social justice and equity
    • Must be able to work early morning through afternoons & some weekends
    Physical Requirements and Work Environment
    • Drivers will be exposed to seasonal heat and cold or adverse weather, while driving school buses, loading and unloading children, controlling traffic and inspecting equipment
    • Drivers will be exposed to fumes, dust, odors, petroleum products and ambient noise daily
    • Drivers must be able to deal with stress from driving in difficult traffic environments, interacting with dissatisfied or abusive individuals in a positive manner
    • Deal with exposure to blood borne pathogens
    • Exert 50 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise move objects
    • Stoop, climb, stand for long periods of time and perform physical labor, physical mobility and stamina to participate in activities which may be strenuous
    Interested parties should fax a resume to 727-346-1803 or email resume to employment_maint@shorecrest.org.

    Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace. Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.

    Non-Discrimination Notice 
    Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.

General Information

Shorecrest Preparatory School welcomes applications from local, regional, national, and international candidates. As an independent college preparatory school committed to challenging and supporting each individual student, Shorecrest seeks people with talent, dedication, intelligence, and professionalism. The School seeks diversity in its faculty and administration, just as it does in its student body.

Shorecrest is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools and Cognia. Shorecrest is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and the College Board. State certification is not required for employment.

Initial Inquiry and Application

Written inquiries are welcome throughout the year. The most effective time to inquire for the following school year, however, is February 15 - May 15. It is during this time period that most openings become known and when the School is most active in its recruitment and hiring.
A letter with a resume is sufficient as an initial inquiry. Inquiries should be addressed as follows:
Nancy L. Spencer, Head of School
Shorecrest Preparatory School
5101 First St. NE
St. Petersburg, FL 33703

An Application for Employment may be obtained here. Information on the Application is subject to verification, and applicants are subject to background checks. Letters of recommendation, college transcripts, and other formal documentation are accepted but they are not necessary at this early stage. These will be requested by the School as needed. If you are interested in being placed on a substitute teacher list, please note this on the Application.
 
Shorecrest's receipt of your completed Application is taken as evidence of your continued interest in employment at the School.

The Application Process

Shorecrest receives a relatively large number of inquiries, and attempts to respond promptly in writing or via e-mail to all candidates. Since some positions require more extensive review, this process may take some time. If a prolonged period of time goes by without communication from the School, do not hesitate to ask about the status of your application. Applications received will be considered for one year. E-mail: employment@shorecrest.org

Salary and Benefits

Shorecrest's salary and benefits are regionally competitive. The salary for a given position is set within the School's overall salary schedule with additional consideration for advanced degrees and supplemental responsibilities. The benefits package includes daily lunch; group medical, vision and dental insurance; life insurance; and a pension/savings program through TIAA/CREF. There is also a tuition remission and other savings for faculty children.

NON-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE

Shorecrest acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Kristine Grant, Head of Middle School, 5101 First Street Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida 33703, (727)-522-2111, kgrant@shorecrest.org or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Please refer to the School’s Non-Discrimination Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR.

Shorecrest participates in E-Verify.

Shorecrest is a designated drug-free workplace.

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5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
Phone: (727) 522-2111  |  Fax: (727) 527-4191
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Shorecrest Preparatory School is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students preschool through high school, located in St. Petersburg, Florida.