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Employment Opportunities

Tuxedo Park School is a co-educational, independent school. Established in 1900 and situated on a 17-acre campus, the school is located in the historic gated community of Tuxedo Park, NY. TPS is one of the first schools in the country to specialize in elementary education (pre-K through ninth grade). The school serves families living in Orange and Rockland Counties, NY and Bergen and Passaic Counties, NJ. 

To work at Tuxedo Park School is to be part of a community that is inclusive, inspired, and dedicated—a community of collaborators and creators. Our commitment to lifelong learning extends to our faculty and staff, who are committed to consistent growth and professional development. 

Tuxedo Park School is a deeply mission-driven school. Our students are notable, not only for their poise and confidence, but also for their kindness to each other. Faculty and staff consciously model the character traits that distinguish our school and set the tone for an emotionally safe place where children can grow and learn. Be Kind. Be Fair. Be Responsible. 

We invite you to explore our website and employment opportunities and encourage you to apply if you would like to be a part of the Tuxedo Park School Community. 

Substitute Teachers 

Seeking substitute teachers for all grade levels and subjects. Bachelor's degree required. Please complete our employment application and email to SMueller@TuxedoParkSchool.Org to inquire.

Temporary Facilities Staff/Employee

Seeking Experienced, Temporary Facilities Staff with solid operational experience. Please complete our employment application and email to FMorrisohn@TuxedoParkSchool.Org to inquire.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Tuxedo Park School welcomes candidates from all backgrounds and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, ethnic origin, age, physical disability, or sexual orientation in administration of our educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, athletics and other school-administered programs.

Take a 360 Virtual TourMeet Our FacultyLearn About Our Commitment to DEI 

Some words that TPS faculty and staff would use to describe our community:

"Family"
"Camaraderie"
"Community"
"Nurturing"
"Inclusive"
"Supportive"
"Loving"