Career Opportunities

Belmont Day School is a community committed to academic excellence and lifelong learning. Our faculty is comprised of homeroom teachers and specialists in math and science, the visual and performing arts, technology, physical education and athletics, woodworking, French, Spanish, and Latin. A reading teacher and two learning specialists support the classroom teachers in grades one through eight and our school psychologist supports all students, families, faculty, and staff. Our high school placement counselor works with eighth graders and their families. All members of the Belmont Day community share six core values: honesty, caring, joy, responsibility, respect, and excellence.

Belmont Day is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes people of all races, genders, religions, family configurations, sexual orientations, economic backgrounds, and cultural identities. We work together to nurture a community where listening, open dialogue, humor, and respect thrive. We seek qualified and experienced teachers, administrators, and staff who wish to contribute to this unique and vibrant community, both inside and outside the classroom.

Associate Teacher Program

In collaboration with the Lesley University Graduate School of Education, Belmont Day’s Associate Teacher Program prepares prospective teachers for positions in early childhood education, elementary, or middle school education. 

Summer Camp

Visit our Camp Employment Opportunities page to learn more about available positions for Summer 2023.


If you would like to be considered for a faculty or administrative position at Belmont Day School, please send a cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources
Belmont Day School
55 Day School Lane
Belmont, MA 02478

As openings are identified, qualified candidates will be contacted.

Faculty, Staff, and Administrative Positions

Belmont Day School seeks a committed after school teacher who delights in and is curious about children and how they learn and grow. Under the guidance of the program director, responsibilities include planning developmentally-appropriate and creative activities for students after the regular school day that foster a sense of community within the program by supporting the school’s six core values of respect, honesty, responsibility, joy, caring, and excellence. Activities may include but are not limited to science, geography, arts and crafts, games, cooking, and sports.

This is a part-time position. The program runs each day school is in session: Monday through Thursday, 3 to 6 p.m. and Fridays from 12 to 6 p.m. Salary is based on education and experience. Read the complete job description.

To apply, send a cover letter specific to this position and a resume to Please include “After School Teacher” in the subject line.

Belmont Day School seeks a director of curriculum and the Associate Teacher Program, which is currently part of the Lesley University Collaborative Teacher Residency Program. The director of curriculum will guide faculty in their administration of the curriculum and oversee the school’s curricular review process and the pre-kindergarten to eighth grade scope and sequence. The director of curriculum is also responsible for recruiting, selecting, advising, teaching, and supervising graduate students through an intensive 12-month track to licensure as administrator of The Associate Teacher Program. Associate teachers earn a master’s degree in early childhood, elementary or middle school humanities education, and a Massachusetts state teaching license while working and learning in two separate Belmont Day School classrooms. This 12-month, benefits-eligible, and exempt role will serve as a member of the strategic and programmatic leadership teams. Read the complete job description.

Please submit a cover letter specific to this position and a resume to and include Director of Curriculum and the Associate Teacher Program in the subject line.

We are seeking a resourceful, innovative, and nurturing kindergarten teacher to join a co-teacher working with around 26 students in a vibrant kindergarten classroom beginning September 2023. This is a full-time, exempt, and benefit-eligible position. It is a ten-month position and reports to the lower school head. This position is not eligible for employer-sponsored relocation. Read the complete job description.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of professional references to with “Kindergarten” in the subject line by Friday, February 17, 2023.

Belmont Day School seeks a dynamic, skilled, and creative English teacher to teach middle school English, serve as an advisor, and collaborate with a collegial and skilled team of faculty.

This person will serve as an integral member of the middle school team. Deep knowledge of and appreciation of teaching literature from multiple perspectives and expertise in teaching reading strategies, literary analysis, grammar, writing mechanics, prose, and creative writing are required. A qualified candidate will also possess a strong enthusiasm and deep knowledge of middle school students, a commitment to fostering and modeling our core values, and a clear understanding and dedication to equity and inclusion and infusing anti-bias and culturally responsive pedagogy.

This is a full-time, ten-month, exempt, and benefit-eligible position that reports to the middle school head and begins in September 2023. This position is not eligible for employer-sponsored relocation. Read the complete job description.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and professional references specific to this position to by Friday, February 17, 2023.

Belmont Day School seeks a full-time school psychologist to work with children in pre-kindergarten to grade eight through assessment, support, and counseling. This role is both student-facing and serves as a member of the learning support team. The person in this role will join a team of learning support specialists and the school counselor. They will be responsible for analyzing student testing, including but not limited to neuropsychological testing, and work collaboratively with colleagues to support student’s academic, social, and emotional growth.

This is a ten-month, full-time, exempt, and benefit-eligible position. This position is not eligible for employer-sponsored relocation. Read the complete job description.

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and references to with the subject line “School Psychologist” by Friday, February 17, 2023.

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