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Working at CRMS is a powerful and rewarding opportunity. Current faculty, teaching fellow, and staff openings are posted on this page as they occur, but applicants are encouraged to submit a resumé and cover letter to employment@crms.org, at any time.
When applying for a job at CRMS, the CRMS Application for Employment is required in addition to submitting your resumé.

 If we have an opening, the job description will be posted below.
Click on the job titles below for a full description and how to apply.

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is seeking a Director of Annual Giving. Applicants must have previous experience in successfully overseeing and executing all aspects of an Annual Fund in addition to other fundraising experience. 
-- The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the school's Annual Fund Campaign from A-Z.
-- The Director of Annual Giving works closely with the Director of Development in all aspects of development and fund raising endeavors.
-- Directs the Annual Fund, including mailings and annual fundraising initiatives.
-- Must have strong people-skills and the desire to connect with a broad range of constituents.
-- Works with the school's existing 700+ active donor base, build upon a $725,000 Annual Fund goal, and assist in identifying and soliciting of major donors.
-- Maintains a high-level stewardship program.
-- The Director of Annual Giving is a full time // year-round position.
-- Benefits include: health care, retirement, and paid vacation.

 Please send CRMS employment application, resume, and cover letter to employment@crms.org.

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is accepting applications from qualified candidates. Applicants must possess three years of maintenance experience and are encouraged to review the Job Description and describe areas of expertise and specialized skill in a letter of interest or on the employment application.

Motor vehicle and criminal background check required. CRMS is an equal opportunity employer.

Please download job description for more information. Employment applications should be sent via email to employment@crms.org.
LOCATION: Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Inc.
500 Holden Way
Carbondale, CO 81623

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Perform the following duties at the secondary school level in both English and Spanish: 1. Plan, evaluate and assign lessons for the appropriate grade secondary school classes, and create instructional resources for use in the classroom by applying various teaching methods, including lecture, demonstration, and the use of audio/visual aides. 2. Promote classroom discussions and activities to increase understanding of lessons, and utilize knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices to teach assigned courses. 3. Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities, and create a positive educational climate for students to learn in. 4. Prepare, administer, score and interpret tests and other required screening instruments to evaluate students’ progress, record results, and issue reports of progress. 5. Maintain classroom discipline in the classroom by invoking approved disciplinary procedures. Manage students’ behavior for the purpose of providing a safe and optimal learning environment. 6. Monitor students in a variety of educational environments, such as classroom, school grounds, hallways, and field trips in order to provide a safe and positive learning environment. 7. Observe and evaluate students’ performance and potential, and provide assistance in areas in which students need additional help. Counsel students for the purpose of improving performance, problem-solving techniques and a variety of personal issues. 8. Demonstrate familiarity and adherence to the school’s mission and goals, and meet course and school-wide student performance goals. 9. Prepare a variety of written materials to document students’ progress and to meet mandated subject and classroom specific requirements. Complete, maintain and submit accurate records, forms and reports punctually, as required. 10. Collaborate with instructional staff, other school personnel, parents and a variety of community resources for the purpose of improving the overall quality of students’ outcomes and achieving established classroom objectives. 11. Meet with parents and school staff to discuss students’ academic process or personal problems. Respond to a wide range of inquiries from students’ parents regarding instructional program and students’ progress. 12. Work with diverse student population and staff. Utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served. 13. Attend and participate in required staff development meetings and ongoing training sessions. 14. Read and stay abreast of current topics in education. (CRMS-1)

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Education

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
12 months of experience in Classroom Education

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to speak, read, and write both Spanish and English. As this is a position for a private educational institution, a State of Colorado Teacher License is not required.


PLEASE MAIL RESUMES TO: HR (Attn: CRMS-1), 500 Holden Way, Carbondale, CO 81623. 
When applying for a job at CRMS, the CRMS Application for Employment is required in addition to submitting your resumé.

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Home Contact Employment

Employment Opportunities

Working at CRMS is a powerful and rewarding opportunity. Current faculty, teaching fellow, and staff openings are posted on this page as they occur, but applicants are encouraged to submit a resumé and cover letter to employment@crms.org, at any time.
When applying for a job at CRMS, the CRMS Application for Employment is required in addition to submitting your resumé.

 If we have an opening, the job description will be posted below.
Click on the job titles below for a full description and how to apply.

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is seeking a Director of Annual Giving. Applicants must have previous experience in successfully overseeing and executing all aspects of an Annual Fund in addition to other fundraising experience. 
-- The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the school's Annual Fund Campaign from A-Z.
-- The Director of Annual Giving works closely with the Director of Development in all aspects of development and fund raising endeavors.
-- Directs the Annual Fund, including mailings and annual fundraising initiatives.
-- Must have strong people-skills and the desire to connect with a broad range of constituents.
-- Works with the school's existing 700+ active donor base, build upon a $725,000 Annual Fund goal, and assist in identifying and soliciting of major donors.
-- Maintains a high-level stewardship program.
-- The Director of Annual Giving is a full time // year-round position.
-- Benefits include: health care, retirement, and paid vacation.

 Please send CRMS employment application, resume, and cover letter to employment@crms.org.

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is accepting applications from qualified candidates. Applicants must possess three years of maintenance experience and are encouraged to review the Job Description and describe areas of expertise and specialized skill in a letter of interest or on the employment application.

Motor vehicle and criminal background check required. CRMS is an equal opportunity employer.

Please download job description for more information. Employment applications should be sent via email to employment@crms.org.
LOCATION: Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Inc.
500 Holden Way
Carbondale, CO 81623

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Perform the following duties at the secondary school level in both English and Spanish: 1. Plan, evaluate and assign lessons for the appropriate grade secondary school classes, and create instructional resources for use in the classroom by applying various teaching methods, including lecture, demonstration, and the use of audio/visual aides. 2. Promote classroom discussions and activities to increase understanding of lessons, and utilize knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices to teach assigned courses. 3. Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities, and create a positive educational climate for students to learn in. 4. Prepare, administer, score and interpret tests and other required screening instruments to evaluate students’ progress, record results, and issue reports of progress. 5. Maintain classroom discipline in the classroom by invoking approved disciplinary procedures. Manage students’ behavior for the purpose of providing a safe and optimal learning environment. 6. Monitor students in a variety of educational environments, such as classroom, school grounds, hallways, and field trips in order to provide a safe and positive learning environment. 7. Observe and evaluate students’ performance and potential, and provide assistance in areas in which students need additional help. Counsel students for the purpose of improving performance, problem-solving techniques and a variety of personal issues. 8. Demonstrate familiarity and adherence to the school’s mission and goals, and meet course and school-wide student performance goals. 9. Prepare a variety of written materials to document students’ progress and to meet mandated subject and classroom specific requirements. Complete, maintain and submit accurate records, forms and reports punctually, as required. 10. Collaborate with instructional staff, other school personnel, parents and a variety of community resources for the purpose of improving the overall quality of students’ outcomes and achieving established classroom objectives. 11. Meet with parents and school staff to discuss students’ academic process or personal problems. Respond to a wide range of inquiries from students’ parents regarding instructional program and students’ progress. 12. Work with diverse student population and staff. Utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served. 13. Attend and participate in required staff development meetings and ongoing training sessions. 14. Read and stay abreast of current topics in education. (CRMS-1)

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Education

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
12 months of experience in Classroom Education

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to speak, read, and write both Spanish and English. As this is a position for a private educational institution, a State of Colorado Teacher License is not required.


PLEASE MAIL RESUMES TO: HR (Attn: CRMS-1), 500 Holden Way, Carbondale, CO 81623. 
When applying for a job at CRMS, the CRMS Application for Employment is required in addition to submitting your resumé.
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