Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment at the Lycée Français de New York School.

Our staff forms the cornerstone of the remarkable education we provide. A diverse and growing team, employees of the Lycée Français de New York are dynamic, energetic, intelligent, team-oriented, hard-working and friendly. We look to employ people who exemplify the characteristics so important to us - including a love of education - and who seek challenging and rewarding careers.

To support and nurture our employees, we offer a competitive suite of benefits, including:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Sick leave
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • 403(b), including employer match after employee has reached tenure mark
  • Generous paid vacation and holidays
  • Professional development opportunities

 



 

Full-time classroom assistant grade 1

Must be fluent in French. Native speaker preferred.
Previous classroom experience a plus.
Ideal candidate must be open, flexible and able to assist the teacher with various tasks
Must have work visa, Green card or US citizenship.
Send resume to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)



 

Associate Director of College Counseling

Lycée Français de New York, a pre-K through twelfth grade coeducational, bilingual, independent day school in Manhattan, serving 1,330 students, seeks an Associate Director of College Counseling.  Founded in 1935 and regarded as one of the most renowned bilingual, international and multicultural schools in North America, Lycée Français de New York (LFNY) is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools, the New York State Board of Regents, and the French Ministry of National Education. LFNY is located in a state-of-the-art single-campus building located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York.


The Position
Reporting to the Director of College Counseling, the Associate Director joins a collaborative team of colleagues who provide personalized college admissions and financial aid counseling to students and their parents. The Associate Director is responsible for composing original letters of recommendation for assigned students, participating in dynamic group presentations to students and parents, meeting established deadlines, handling confidential materials with discretion, and contributing to the planning and management of office programs and policies. The Associate Director works closely and collaboratively with Lycée faculty and staff, represents the Lycée to college admissions representatives, and administers the AP and PSAT examinations. In addition, the Associate Director of College Counseling is responsible for visiting college campuses and being an active participant at professional conferences, engaging in school community life, and educating all Lycée constituents on the landscape of both national and international college admission. The Associate Director is also responsible for supporting new and effective methods for helping admission offices understand the high caliber of the Lycée, its curriculum, and its students.


Qualifications
A Bachelor’s degree is required.  The ideal candidate must have five or more years of experience in either college admissions counseling or in US, UK, or Canadian selective university admissions and financial aid.  Strong skills in listening, counseling, written and verbal communication, public speaking and technology are necessary.  Candidates must be able to connect with a diverse group of students and parents and have an interest in working in a vibrant international community.  Knowledge of French is helpful but not required.  Strong organizational and time management skills are required and the successful candidate must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to support college counseling programs and to travel to colleges and conferences. 


Application and Nomination
Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. A resume, cover letter, and references should be emailed to Human Resources Department .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Martha Smiles, Executive Search, is assisting Lycée Français de New York with this search. Confidential inquiries and/or nominations for this position may be made with her at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (860) 245-2578.

Please visit Lycée Français de New York’s website at http://www.lfny.org
Lycée Français de New York is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

 



 

Enseignant de mathématiques

Etablissement homologué par l’Education Nationale (Maternelle-Terminale) recherche pour la rentrée 2014 un enseignant titulaire de mathématiques (CAPES, AGREGATION). Trois ans d’expérience exigée.
La priorité sera donnée à des candidat(e)s ayant déjà eu une expérience au collège et au lycée.
Faire acte de candidature auprès des Ressources humaines, par e-mail à .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), en adressant lettre de motivation, CV, rapports d’inspection dès parution de l’annonce.




Accounts Receivable Manager

The Lycée Français de New York is seeking a full time Accounts Receivable Manager. Primary duties will include billing, collections, financial aid and cash receipts.
Qualifications: Five years of AR experience. French language is a requirement. Proficient in Microsoft Office and knowledge of Blackbaud preferred. Ability to manage multiple projects with strict deadlines. Team player, self-starter, and works independently.

Interested candidates are requested to submit cover letter, resume and salary expectations to:

Human Resources Department
Lycée Français de New York
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)




 

Director of Academic Enrichment - Beginning August, 2014

Reporting To: the Assistant Head of School/Director of the Secondary School

Role: Supervision and direction of the advisory program and student health
curriculum Y6-Y12

Teaching

- Teach one or more classes in the secondary school and participate
accordingly in the educational life of the LFNY;

Supervising the advisory program

- Define the purposes, goals, and outcomes of the advisory program in
association with the advisory level coordinators and in keeping with the
mission of the school; plan the content, themes, and format of the advisory
curriculum. Gather the materials and resources necessary for its
implementation; keep the advisory curriculum current with the evolving
needs of our students;

- Explore areas in which advisory-related professional development is needed
and make recommendations for professional development programs,
providers and schedules;

- Design and maintain an advisory curriculum handbook, including session
agendas, descriptions, lesson plans, and resources that can be used by all
advisors from Y6-Y12;

- Develop and oversee a plan for the formative assessment of the advisory
program and the formative appraisal of the advisory team;

- Participate in the weekly student support meetings bringing together the
Head of School, the Director of the Secondary School, the Director of the
Specialized Support Department and the Director of Student Life; coordinate
and facilitate the dissemination of information through the advisory system
regarding all students referred to the student support structure;

 
- Meet regularly with all advisors on an individual basis and by grade levels.
Participate in the weekly department head meeting;

- Introduce new teachers to the school’s advisory philosophy and methods, as
well as support their integration into our advisory program;

- Disseminate information to advisors, families, and students regarding
everything that pertains to the resources and tools of the advisory program;

- Coordinate and work with the Assistant Head of School/Director of the
Secondary School with regard to the presentation of the advisory program to
new and current members of the school community;

- Submit lists of required books and other resources for the advisory program;
manage the budget for such materials, in cooperation with the bookstore
manager;

- Support the school its development of the advisory program over time;

- Complete other advisory-related tasks as required by the Assistant Head of
School/Director of the Secondary School;

Supervising the Student Health Curriculum

- Define the purposes, goals, and outcomes of the student health curriculum in
consultation with the Director of Specialized Support and the Director of
Student Life and in keeping with the mission of the school; gather the
materials and resources necessary for its implementation; keep this
curriculum current with the evolving needs of our students;

- Develop and oversee a plan for the formative assessment of the student
health program;

- Disseminate information to faculty, families, and students regarding all that
pertains to the resources and tools of the student health program;

- Work with the APL to maximize parental input and support to the student
health program;

- Coordinate and work with the Assistant Head of School/Director of the
Secondary School with regard to the presentation of the student health
program to new and current members of the school community;
- Submit lists of required books and other resources for the student health
program; manage the budget for such materials, in cooperation with the
bookstore manager;

- Support the school its development of the student health program over time;

- Participate in the organization of special events contributing to the student
health program in collaboration with the Director of the Cultural Center;

- In conjunction with the Assistant Head of School/Director of the Secondary
School, provide supervision to and formative appraisal of the secondary
school nurse;

- Complete other program-related related tasks as required by the Assistant
Head of School/Director of the Secondary School.


Submit cover letter, resume, references and recommendation letters to:

Human Resources Department, Lycée Français de New York - Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)



History Teacher – American Social Studies & European History

Co-ed French school with a strong American program has an opening for a HISTORY TEACHER beginning September 2014.  Must possess knowledge of methods & strategies used to instruct bilingual/culturally diverse students & the College Board’s A.P. European History curriculum. Min. 3 years experience.

Requirements: Experience teaching American social studies & European History & Geography (middle school & high school).

Submit cover letter, resume, and recommendation letters to:

Nicolas L’Hotellier, Assistant Head of School
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If you are interested in joining our team as an educator, please note that the Lycée has an annual recruiting process for teachers. (Please see Recruitment of French Teachers for more information.) Current administrative postings can be found below.

Unless otherwise specified, candidates may apply to an open position by sending a resume, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation to:
Human Resources
Lycée Français de New York
505 East 75th Street
New York, NY 10021
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Upon receipt of your materials, the Lycée will send an acknowledgment card via mail. Should the Lycée desire to pursue your talents, we will contact you. NO WALK-INS OR PHONE CALLS PLEASE.


The Lycée Français de New York is an equal opportunity employer.