Employment Opportunities

Be part of something great. Join us in educating leaders of the next generation. 

Randolph-Macon Academy cultivates a community of innovation, curiosity and excellence. Our HR Department is the Academy’s foundation in finding the right people – as educators, contributors, achievers – empathetic to the needs of our young people to help students find purpose. 

This is why employment at R-MA is a lifestyle decision. You should only consider employment at the Academy if you are willing to commit to our students’ success in and beyond the classroom. From academic excellence lies the path to each student’s well-being outside traditional building walls. Whether in band and drama theatre or the multitude of athletic events and weekend activities, our students thrive because they receive an experience only R-MA can provide. 

It is this collective goal that enables our entire community to aim for the stars. Our students are our inspiration, and our faculty and staff are provided resources and benefits for this collective endeavor.

Volunteer Opportunities

Professional Development

Housing

Benefits

For all positions listed below, please contact hr@rma.edu for position details. You may forward cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: 

Director of Human Resources
200 Academy Dr.
Front Royal, VA  22630

EOE. We will only contact candidates invited to interview. Candidates must pass background check.

Must be retired Air Force. Maxwell AFB HQ AFJROTC provides the basic certification for all AFJROTC Instructors to teach in AFJROTC.  No instructor can become (or remain) an AFJROTC instructor without the certification granted by HQ AFJROTC.

Here is a link to the Maxwell Air Force website on qualifications:

https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Holm-Center/AFJROTC/Display/Article/2625687/current-instructor-vacancies/

Must be retired Air Force. Maxwell AFB HQ AFJROTC provides the basic certification for all AFJROTC Instructors to teach in AFJROTC.  No instructor can become (or remain) an AFJROTC instructor without the certification granted by HQ AFJROTC.

Here is a link to the Maxwell AF site with the qualifications:

https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Holm-Center/AFJROTC/Display/Article/2625687/current-instructor-vacancies/

Position Overview: Randolph-Macon Academy has a full-time opening in the  dorms. Must be able to work weekends. This position is a year-round full-time benefited position and requires that the person live in an apartment in the dorm as a condition of employment (1 bedroom apartment – rent free). Hours are approximately Sunday – Thursday 3 pm – 11 pm, as well as some flexibility with hours during the week and weekends.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality supervision for teenage students in a boarding school/dormitory environment.
  • Accountability for students
  • Provide a safe and nurturing dorm environment for students
  • Mentor and assist with homework
  • Maintain good morale with all students
  • Maintaining positive relationship with parents through communicating concerns with students
  • Performing room inspections
  • Supervise the dorm environment
  • Perform bed checks
  • Write detailed incident reports when necessary
  • Ensure dormitory rooms are locked when students are not there
  • Maintain a visible presence in the dormitory to provide a pro-active culture
  • Additional duties to include campus supervision away from the dorm or campus may be frequently required – ie weekend trips, weekend and evening activities off campus.

Position Qualifications:

  • Must enjoy working with Middle and High School age students – must be creative, consistent, empathetic and dynamic
  • Supervisory experience dealing with teenagers is a must
  • Ability to guide and relate to teenagers in a positive manner
  • Leadership skills and strong communication skills
  • Must be willing and able to work flexible schedule, including some weekends
  • College degree or some college preferred with strong track record of supervisory experience
  • Military or boarding school exp. a plus.

 

 

Winchester Van Driver – Need someone to drive a minibus to and from Winchester. Monday – Friday. Pick up in Winchester approximately 6:45 am and drop at R-MA. Take students back to Winchester at approximately 6:00 pm. 

CDL Drivers -Must have a P endorsement with a valid Virginia driver’s license.

Contact hr@rma.edu for details.

1-day per week

Contact hr@rma.edu for details

Randolph-Macon Academy is searching for an Assistant Athletic Director beginning ASAPR-MA’s full range of varsity, junior varsity and middle school teams in the Middle and Upper Divisions includes 11 sports and 23 teams. The candidate will provide support to the Athletic Director, as well as part-time teaching requirements. This is an 11-month, full time position. 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve as the head coach of one varsity program and assist with another
  • Take Inventory of supplies, uniforms and equipment
  • Assist in coordinating scheduling of athletic events
  • Assist in coordinating and assign officials
  • Assist in coordinating transportation for the athletics department
  • Interact positively and efficiently with other Athletic Directors, Coaches and personnel from other schools. 
  • Prepare the end of season award ceremonies.
  • Share responsibility for game management to include night/weekend hours during fall, winter, and spring sport seasons
  • Teach two to three classes, with a focus on basic strength and conditioning
Knowledge, Experience, Education, and Competencies
  • The ideal candidate will have 2 or more years of experience in athletic administration
  • High School experience is preferred 
  • Possess a sound understanding of best practices and innovative teaching methods in their subject area 
  • Deep understanding of the developmental needs of Upper School students and how to connect effectively
  • Proven track record of success with student achievement at the Upper School level
  • Strategic thinker 
  • Ability to balance the needs of students, families, and faculty
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in all mediums
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish solid positive working relationships 
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement 
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of proprietary and confidential information with the highest ethical standards and meticulous attention to detail
  • Must be able to mentor in small groups and manage some duty responsibilities
  • Must believe in and support the mission and vision of the Academy

Must be COVID-19 vaccinated or have medical or religious exemption

R-MA is looking for an ESOL teacher and Coordinator of International Programming that can teach in an ever-changing world and change as needed but also support and advocate for our diverse international student population on the rewards and challenges of going to school in another country. The ideal candidate will be excited about the challenges and rewards of such a position. We are searching for teachers that can RISE to any challenge, push beyond expectations, and deliver a quality education to our students – in any environment.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Teaching

  • Demonstrates instructional leadership by modeling student centered instruction that is rich in 21st century teaching and learning pedagogy and reflects current trends and best practices
  • Use and apply guiding principles, strategic initiatives, and current trends and research in curriculum and instruction in the field of English as an Additional Language
  • Promote digital citizenship and infuse technology meaningfully into instruction 
  • Use Understanding by Design in course development and foster student-centered learning and authentic assessment throughout the curriculum
  • Uphold high expectations for all students and strive to meet the individual needs of each student.
  • Teach sections in intermediate to advanced English language development in reading, writing, speaking and listening but also teach grade level history classes for ESOL students. 
  • Provide additional support for international students outside of the classroom to include tutoring or providing extra study sessions during evening Learning Lab
  • Teach a summer school ESL course

 

Coordinating International Programming

 

  • Develop on and off campus programming for international students 
  • Plan and execute a number of seminars throughout the year on topics related to international students and their transition to an American school. 
  • Assure a smooth transition for international students to the R-MA community and act as an advocate for international students and their families
  • Facilitate celebrations of holidays, cultures, and events
  • Assist admissions in retention of international students 
  • Assist and advise international students on their F-1 Visa status
  • Act as a mentor to a group of 7-10 students. 
  • Commit to a duty rotation of 10 duty days per school year. 

Knowledge, Experience, Education, and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree in ESOL or related field. 
  • Minimum of 2 years of  ESOL teaching experience, preferably experience delivering teaching marked by pedagogical innovation and best practices
  • Competency and comfort with Apple operating system, applications, and devices
  • Student-centered, dynamic educator who uses a variety of instructional approaches 
  • Must enjoy working with Upper School students – must be creative, consistent, and empathetic
  • Working knowledge of the developmental needs of Upper School students and how to connect effectively
  • Proven track record of success with student achievement at the Upper School level
  • Strategic thinker 
  • Ability to balance the needs of students, families, and faculty
  • Excellent communicator with ability to produce ideas, communicate them, make recommendations, and positively influence the outcome
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish solid positive working relationships 
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment 
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of proprietary and confidential information with the highest ethical standards and meticulous attention to detail

Randolph-Macon Academy is looking for a  Research and Library Coordinator position, responsible for the vision, leadership, and coordination of the Moore Enterprise and Leadership Lab as well as the Middle School Library. The position will also lead research initiatives within the content areas and collaborates and coaches teachers on best practices in research skills that are innovative and developmentally appropriate. We are searching for teachers that can RISE to any challenge, push beyond expectations, and deliver a quality education to our students – in any environment.



Duties and Responsibilities

 

  • Oversee the administrative functions of the U.S. and M.S. libraries and establish policies and procedures for the seamless operation of each space
  • Collaborate and co-teach with teachers to introduce and support research skills and projects within the content areas at the upper schools
  • Develop interactive and engaging lesson plans to introduce concepts of research into content areas at the middle school
  • Demonstrates a commitment to acquiring and maintaining  diverse library material both digital and print 
  • Manages the library budget
  • Coordinates with the technology department to evaluate and purchase equipment, software and databases
  • Maintains an attractive, cozy, dynamic, well-stocked  library conducive to reading, studying and research that promotes inquiry, critical thinking and positive learning
  • Supervises the use of the library after school from 3-5 a few days a week
  • Teaches a J Term course on research or a similar topic
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Knowledge, Experience, Education, and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s in English or related field; Master’s preferred in Library Science, Information Studies
  • 2+ years of experience in a related field
  • Must enjoy working with Middle and Upper School students – must be creative, consistent, and empathetic
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated  technical savvy
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish solid positive working relationships Ability to exercise sound judgment 
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of proprietary and confidential information with the highest ethical standards and meticulous attention to detail
  • Prefer private, boarding school experience and be excited about the challenges and rewards of working in such an environment. 
  • Must believe in and support the mission and vision of the Academy



R-MA is looking for an Upper School Life Science Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year who can teach in an ever-changing world. We are searching for teachers that can RISE to any challenge, push beyond expectations, and deliver a quality education to our students – in any environment.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ability to teach basic secondary school science through Advanced Placement courses.
  • Demonstrates instructional leadership by modeling student centered instruction that is rich in 21st century teaching and learning pedagogy and reflects current trends and best practices
  • Promote digital citizenship and infuse technology meaningfully into instruction .
  • Experience or an interest in project based learning/inquiry based learning methodologies.
  • Foster positive relationships with students, parents/guardians, and other faculty and staff.
  • Use Understanding by Design in course development and foster project-based learning and authentic assessment throughout the curriculum.
  • Uphold high expectations for all students and strive to meet the individual needs of each student.
  • Ability to work in a team-based environment including ability to suggest methods for teacher collaborations, instructional integration, and cross-grade unit development.
  • Act as a mentor to a group of 7-10 students. 
  • Commit to a duty rotation of 10 duty days per school year. 

 Knowledge, Experience, Education, and Competencies:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a life science field with knowledge of physical sciences. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 2 years of secondary school science teaching experience marked by pedagogical innovation and best practices.
  • Instruct students on all facets of biological sciences and basic chemistry.
  • Competency and comfort with Apple operating system, applications, and devices.
  • Cultivate problem-solving skills using real-world scenarios, guiding students to reason abstractly and quantitatively.
  • Student-centered, dynamic educator who uses a variety of instructional approaches. 
  • Proven track record of success with student achievement at the Upper School level.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish solid positive working relationships .
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Prefer private, boarding school experience and be excited about the challenges and rewards of working in such an environment. 
  • Must be able to mentor in small groups and manage some weekend supervision.
  • Must believe in and support the mission and vision of the Academy.

Randolph-Macon Academy has a middle school English position open for the 2022-2023 school year. R-MA’s middle school is co-ed with boarding and day students in grades 6-8.  Our mission is to Inspire the Rise Within. The Power of Rise is a mindset at R-MA. Students learn to take risks, to succeed, to fail – lessons at R-MA result in a rewarding sense of accomplishment even if the outcome is not one originally expected. It is a characteristic, a trait found within the very core of the most successful individuals. Our students develop this Rise as a team, they support each other on the journey. The Power of Rise inspires pride, the desire to do good and the value of overcoming adversity.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Teaching English to students in grades 6, 7 and 8. 
  • Creating lesson plans and implementing a curriculum that promotes hands-on and interactive learning. 
  • Utilizing the Apple TV and other forms of technology within instruction. 
  • Differentiating lessons to meet the needs of all students. 
  • Using assessment and evaluation tools to guide instructional decisions.
  • Creating an environment that will develop skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing for each student.
  • Creating positive learning communities within the classroom that acknowledge and respect children’s social and emotional interactions and growth.
  • Coaching – head or assistant coach for two seasons during the school year. Possible coaching openings include cross country, volleyball, girls or boys basketball, wrestling, flag football. Other coaching opportunities may be available at the Upper School. 
  • Middle school mentor to 8-10 students.