St. Timothy’s School offers a collaborative, supportive, and welcoming community of deeply dedicated, student-centered professionals united in our shared commitment to our mission, our Episcopal School Identity, and our Portrait of a Titan.  In addition to offering competitive salaries and benefits, we have a generous professional development fund that permits faculty to pursue graduate coursework, attend conferences around the United States, and participate in international travel opportunities. We also offer a tuition remission of 50% for all children of St. Timothy’s full-time employees.

St. Timothy’s School welcomes inquiries from all qualified applicants for employment and does not discriminate against any persons in violation of applicable local, state or federal laws.

All candidates must submit a professional resume, three references, and a completed employment application

Lower School Positions:

Lindsay Behrens
Head of Lower School
[email protected]

Middle School Positions:

Tim Coleman
Head of Middle School
[email protected]

Open Positions

This is a full-time, twelve-month position available immediately.  The Facilities Supervisor serves as the initial point of contact for most of the school’s facilities and operational needs and is responsible for ensuring facilities services are provided in a timely and effective manner.  Interested candidates should review the full position description and submit an Application for Employment to Director of Facilities Frank Morey.



St. Timothy’s School always welcomes qualified substitute teachers to join our school community. Please submit a professional resume, 3 references, and a completed employment application to Anna Baird, Office Administrator, at [email protected].

Professional Development at STS

St. Timothy’s faculty and staff are always looking for ways to improve their impact in the classroom. In fact, each summer while students are taking a break from learning, teachers often choose to use a portion of their summer to pursue professional development opportunities. Thanks to the Annual Fund, St. Timothy’s is able to fully fund these continuing education opportunities for our teachers. 

“I always want to be the best teacher that I can be, to learn new approaches, to refresh my teacher’s “tool box,” and to serve the families at St. Timothy’s the best that I can!”
Jane Elkins
Dr. Jane Elkins
Lower School Science Lab Teacher
St. Timothy's faculty members attending a conference in Chicago
Rishard Wedderburn (Dean of Students), Mary Margaret Roy (Middle School Teaching & Learning Coordinator), and Melanie Savage (School Counselor) take a break at the IFSEL Summer Institute in Chicago, IL.
Sharon Hansen (First Grade Teacher), Beth Barnard (Lower School Counselor), and Michelle Adcock (Pre-Kindergarten Teacher) in Washington, D.C. attending the Institute for Social and Emotional Learning.
“I am better equipped to lead these classes, while supporting the social-emotional needs of our students. The resources and skills gained at this conference will help our school become even stronger.”
Mary Margaret Roy
Mary Margaret Roy
Middle School Teaching and Learning Coordinator

As a school, we remain committed to supporting our faculty and staff as they seek to build confidence in the classroom, to constantly improve their skills, and to stay up-to-date on the latest research-based teaching methods.