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Leaders dans leurs domaines, les employés du Lycée Français de New York sont la pierre angulaire de l'éducation remarquable que nous offrons à nos étudiants. Une équipe diversifiée, axée sur la mission et hautement collaborative, nos employés sont novateurs, efficaces et travaillent dans la bonne humeur. Nous recherchons des recrues qui incarnent les valeurs qui sont si importantes pour nous dans notre mission, une passion pour l'éducation axée toujours sur nos élèves et qui cherchent des carrières stimulantes et enrichissantes.
La diversité compte au Lycée Français, c’est pourquoi l’école encourage les candidats de toutes origines à postuler. Veuillez noter que seuls les candidats légalement autorisés à travailler aux États-Unis à la date de leur embauche peuvent être pris en considération.
Cette page vous offre la possibilité de postuler à des postes d'enseignement, de soutien académique et d'administration. Le Lycée offre de généreux avantages aux postes éligibles.


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  • Avantages Sociaux

    Pour encourager et soutenir nos employés, nous leur offrons une série d’avantages compétitifs comprenant notamment:
    • Assurance santé
    • Assurance dentaire
    • Assurance congés maladie
    • Assurance pour les incapacités à court terme
    • Assurance pour les incapacités à long terme
    • Assurance vie
    • 403(b), inclus la participation de l’employeur, après avoir satisfait les conditions qualifiantes
    • Congés payés importants
    • Formation continue
    La diversité compte au Lycée Français, c’est pourquoi l’école encourage les candidats de toutes origines à postuler. Veuillez noter que seuls les candidats légalement autorisés à travailler aux États-Unis à la date de leur embauche peuvent être pris en considération.
Nous étudierons toutes les candidatures, mais nous ne contacterons que les candidats retenus. Merci de votre compréhension.

Open Positions

Recrutement année scolaire 2018-2019

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  • Visual Arts Teacher (Middle School & High School) Position - 2019-2020 school year

    Lycée Français de New York, an independent school accredited by the French government, has an opening for a Visual Arts Teacher for the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year (August).  
     
    Responsibilities will include:
    • teaching 21 periods per 7-day cycle in both the middle school and high school
    • aligning curriculum to French national standards
    • serving as a grade advisor
    • collaborating with head of department and two colleagues teaching in the department
    Candidates should possess the following qualifications:
    • MFA or equivalent professional experience
    • 5 years of teaching experience
    • bilingual French/ English speakers are preferred, but this is not a requirement
     
    Applications must be submitted online by using the link provided and a single PDF file that includes a cover letter, resumé, teaching portfolio, and three references, must be uploaded. www.lfny.org/visualartsteaching
     
    LFNY is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a diverse staff and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. The School can hire only those individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States as of the date employment is to begin.
     
    Posted on April 24, 2019

Postes administratifs vacants

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  • Cultural Events Coordinator


    The Lycée Français de New York seeks a Cultural Events Coordinator to help build and promote the cultural programming at the school through its Cultural Center. Working directly and reporting to the Director of Cultural Events, the Cultural Events Coordinator will play a key role in helping promote cultural events both inside the school to teachers and students and outside the school to parents and a wider francophone and francophile community. The Cultural Events Coordinator will be responsible for the successful execution of a variety of cultural events, helping from promotion to implementation.

    The mission of the Lycee Francais de New York is to educate citizens of culture, therefore the Cultural Center plays a central role for the community catering to students, staff, parents, alumni and friends, approximately 5,000 people. Events are extremely diverse, ranging from conferences, panel discussions to movie nights, concerts, as well as a program of artist in residence. The Cultural Center oversees approximately 3 events a week.   

    Ability to work evenings and sometimes weekends as required by the Cultural Center and cultural events.

    BENEFITS
    • This position includes a 40-hour work week
    • Comprehensive benefits – health, dental & vision, pension plan with company match
    • 5-week paid vacation accrued monthly
    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Entry level position;
    • Bilingual French/English;
    • Must have excellent communication and customer service skills;
    • Must be flexible working weekend and evening hours;
    • Must be highly organized;
    • Ability to prioritize and multitask appropriately.
    Click here to view the entire job description
    Click here to apply

Postes académiques

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  • Associate Director of College Counseling

    Lycée Français de New York, a pre-K through twelfth grade coeducational, bilingual, independent day school on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, serving 1,370 students who represent 68 nationalities, 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 Associate Director will join a collaborative team of three other counselors and one administrative assistant. All job responsibilities revolve around providing student-centered college admissions and financial aid counseling to students and their families in the secondary school. This position will include a focus on admission to international universities in addition to US higher educational institutions.

    • Click here to view the entire job description
    • Click here to apply
     
  • Director of Student Well-Being

    Position Summary

    The Director of Student Well-being will be responsible for coordinating all Lycée Français de New York student well-being initiatives school-wide in the areas of  Behavior , Advisory, Vie Scolaire, and all aspects of non-academic school life for students. The DSWB will also work closely with our Director of Curriculum Development and Professional Learning to plan professional learning opportunities for all faculty and staff to ensure coherence in our students' experience in line with restorative practices and education in Diversity, Justice and Inclusion for the community.

    The Director of Student Well-being reports directly to the Head of School and will be part of the Executive Team.

    Please click here to view the entire job description and apply to the position.
     
  • Full time Lunch/Recess/Aftercare Assistant for Primary Grades

     


    Days: Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm

    School year: 2019-2020

    Lunch/recess times: 10:30 AM to 1 PM

    After-school: until 6 PM.

    French language preferred.

    Ideal candidate has worked with children before (camp counselor, youth groups, etc...). Must be punctual, reliable and energetic.

    Must have work visa, Green card or US citizenship.

    Deadline to apply: May 15

    Applications must be submitted online by using the link provided, and any required supporting documentation (cover letter, resume) must be uploaded via http://www.lfny.org/hr/primaryassistant

    LFNY is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a diverse staff and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. The School can hire only those individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States as of the date employment is to begin.