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Leaders in their fields, the employees of the Lycée Français de New York are the cornerstone of the remarkable education we provide to our students. A diverse, mission-driven and highly collaborative team, our employees are innovative, hard-working and friendly. We seek team members who exemplify the values so important to us in our mission, a passion for education with a focus always on our students, and who seek challenging and rewarding careers.
The Lycée Français de New York 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.

This page offers you the opportunity to apply to teaching, academic support and administrative positions. To support and nurture our employees, we offer a generous 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 employe has reached tenure mark
  • Generous paid vacation and holidays
  • Professional development opportunities

Exchange Visitor Program (J1 Visa)

The Lycée Français de New York has been a designated Exchange Visitor Program Sponsor for Teachers since 1961.
Over the past five decades, the Lycée has received dozens of foreign teachers, mostly from France. These exchanges have enriched our participants by allowing them to experience first hand American society and culture, along with its educational system. They act as ambassadors of their home countries, sharing with colleagues and students their own culture and "savoir faire".
Indeed, the Lycée Exchange Visitor Program is a unique opportunity for our foreign teachers to sharpen their professional skills by experiencing a new educational philosophy and to perfect their knowledge of the English language. Once they complete the program and return to their respective home countries, our foreign teachers are able to share their newly acquired knowledge and experiences with their peers, and by doing so, help promote mutual understanding between people of the U.S. and people of their home country. Click here for more information.

Open Positions

Teacher Positions

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  • Annonce postes spécifiques - année scolaire 2019-2020

    Etablissement homologué par l’Education Nationale Maternelles à Terminales, recherche pour la rentrée 2019 :

    Enseignants titulaires de l'enseignement public et de l'enseignement privé sous contrat dans toutes les disciplines au primaire et au secondaire : PE, Certifiés, Agrégés (notamment en EPS, physique-chimie, arabe, arts plastiques).
     
    -Enseignant spécialisé titulaire du CAPASH (toutes options). Pour ce dernier poste, la priorité sera donnée à un candidat détenteur du CAFIPEMF.
     
    Pour tous les postes, solides références exigées, trois années d'exercices en tant que titulaire minimum (rapport d'inspection notamment). Dans le secondaire la priorité sera donnée à des candidat(e)s ayant déjà eu une expérience au collège et au lycée. Pour l'ensemble des postes à pourvoir un bon niveau d'anglais est souhaitable.

    Entretiens durant la semaine du 14 janvier 2019 à Paris pour candidats pré-sélectionnés.

    Faire acte de candidature auprès des Ressources humaines via le lien www.lfny.org/hr/teaching en complétant la grille de recrutement Web et en téléchargeant les documents nécessaires :
    Adresser lettre de motivation, CV, rapports d’inspection. Les dossiers seront traités par date de réception en priorité. 
  • Enseignant pour poste au CDI (remplaçant) - Mi-décembre à début avril

    Etablissement homologué par l’Education Nationale (Maternelle-Terminale) recherche pour mi-décembre jusqu’à début avril 2019:

    Enseignant(e) de préférence certifié(e) en documentation possédant un permis de travail aux Etats-Unis pour remplacement de longue durée. Les enseignants d'autres disciplines ou professeurs des écoles intéressés par ce remplacement au sein du Centre de Documentation et d'Information (Collège - Lycée) peuvent également postuler. 

    La maitrise du français à un excellent niveau est une exigence pour le poste.

    Faire acte de candidature auprès des Ressources humaines via le lien www.lfny.org/hr/teaching en complétant la grille de recrutement Web et en téléchargeant lettre de motivation, CV et rapports d’inspection.
  • Enseignant(e) en mathématiques - mi-mars - fin juin

    Etablissement homologué par l’Education Nationale (Maternelle-Terminale) recherche pour mi-décembre jusqu’à début avril 2019:

    Établissement homologué par l’Education Nationale (Maternelle-Terminale) recherche pour la période mi-mars - fin juin:

    Enseignant(e) de préférence certifié(e) ou agrégé(e) en mathématiques possédant un permis de travail aux Etats-Unis pour remplacement longue durée.

    Faire acte de candidature auprès des Ressources humaines via le lienwww.lfny.org/hr/teaching en complétant la grille de recrutement Web et en téléchargeant lettre de motivation, CV et rapports d’inspection.
     

Administrative Openings

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  • Associate Director, Alumni Communities

    The Lycée Français de New York seeks an Associate Director, Alumni Communities, to help build a successful program for engaging alumni and past parents. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Associate Director will play a key role in redefining and relaunching the school’s efforts to engage its alumni, with an immediate focus on engaging alumni who are five to 20 years out of the school. The Associate Director will be responsible for the successful execution of a variety of alumni communications, engagement and cultivation activities throughout the year, as well as special young alumni initiatives, including the Senior Class Fund.

    The alumni community of the Lycée is diverse and global. The community numbers approximately 14,000 around the world; all attendees and degreed alumni are counted as alumni of the Lycée Français de New York. In addition, parents of alumni and former faculty and staff are considered part of the greater alumni community.

    Ability to work evenings and weekends as required by Development Department events, meetings and cultivation events.
     
    Click here to apply

    Click here  to view the entire job description
  • Associate Director, Annual Giving

    The Associate Director, Annual Giving’s primary responsibility is the strategic execution and management of a comprehensive annual giving program including the coordination and oversight of supporting initiatives in the areas of stewardship, donor relations and donor communications. This role has main oversight for the Lycée’s Annual Fund, which raises over $1.4 million annually and has grown over 10% in the past two years.

    The Associate Director will develop a coordinated mix of communication and solicitation strategies focused on shaping a sustainable tradition of annual support for the Lycée. In collaboration with the Director of Development, the Associate Director will determine annual giving goals and build strategic and tactical plans for achieving them. The Associate Director will also personally manage a portfolio of 30 - 35 donors and will build strategies for renewing these donors and moving them to higher giving levels.

    The Associate Director has a keen appreciation for the foundation of annual giving as the enabling component of any successful major and gift planning program. S/he will foster the growth of best practices in the supporting area of donor relations as related to annual giving and giving at the Lycée as a whole. The Associate Director provides strategic direction and long-range/short-range planning for all these areas in the context of growing the overall annual giving program, while supporting the larger development goals of the Lycée.

    Ability to work evenings and weekends as required by Development Department events, meetings and cultivation events.

    Click here to apply

    Click here to apply and view the entire job description
  • College Counseling Administrative Assistant

    The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the Director of College Counseling as well as other communications support necessary for the College Counseling staff. Fluency in writing and translation skills in English and French are required as well and extensive knowledge and experience in IT tools such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.  The position interfaces with faculty and staff in other departments regularly.

    Some weekend work or additional hours are required throughout the college application season.
     
    Click here to view the entire job description

    Click here to apply

    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.

Academic Positions

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