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Working at Lab

Just as it is for our students, Charlotte Lab School is a creative, supportive, innovative and technology-rich environment for educators. With significant opportunities for autonomy, leadership, and professional development, our team has several partnerships throughout Uptown, allowing us to teach with "the city as our classroom."

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Instructional Postions (2017-18)

  • Math/Quest Teacher (gr 2-5)
  • ELA/Quest Teacher (gr 2-5)
  • Reading/Talent Development Specialist (gr K-6)
  • Reading/EC Teacher (gr K-6)
  • Math/Talent Development Specialist (gr K-6)
  • Math/EC Teacher (gr K-6)
  • World Languages Teachers - Spanish (gr 2-6)
  • World Languages Teacher - Chinese (gr 3-6)
  • Part-Time Art Teacher (gr K-5)
  • Instructional Assistant (gr K-5)
  • HOW TO APPLY:

    Instructional Candidates - Apply online here. Then email your resume, a current list of references, and a cover letter to work@charlottelabschool.org ATTN: Vikki-Rose Tunick. Be sure that your cover letter describes how your educational philosophy fits with the Charlotte Lab School mission and vision. You may also download an application and mail your completed application, resume, references and cover letter to Charlotte Lab School ATTN: Vikki-Rose Tunick, 301 9th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202. Instructional candidates may review the Hiring Procedures for Teachers here.

    Once all positions are filled, we will continue to review applications, accept resumes/cover letters for prospective candidates and will keep them on file.

    Charlotte Lab School, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to have the best qualified person for every job. Charlotte Lab School, Inc. is committed to complying with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals. Charlotte Lab School, Inc. does not discriminate against any person based on race, color, gender, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religion, or disability in any of its educational or employment programs or activities.

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