The Webb School seeks faculty members who are talented teachers and have a passion for working with a wide range of students. We are looking for lifelong learners who care about continual improvement of their teaching, who are enthusiastic about all aspects of an independent boarding/day school community, and who truly love working with adolescents. Teachers at The Webb School care for their students, lead dynamic classes, and embrace the mission of the school and its “Enduring Understandings.”
The primary responsibility of this position is to teach a variety of French classes. The ideal candidate will provide effective language instruction and assessment; exhibit a growth mindset regarding teaching practices and professional goals; work collaboratively with members of the department and the faculty at large. A certain comfort with technology is necessary as we are teaching in a dual platform this year (both in-person and online). All members of the community are expected to uphold standards of professionalism and the pillars set forth by the school’s mission and Enduring Understandings.
Qualified candidates for this position should direct all inquiries (including a cover letter, a current resume, teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references) to:
Mrs. Nicole Taucare, Dean of Academics and Arts
The Webb School
319 Webb Road East
Bell Buckle, TN 37020
About The Webb School
Founded in 1870, The Webb School is a private boarding school in Bell Buckle, Tennessee. Students from grades 6 -12 come from all over the world seeking college preparatory school education in liberal arts. With 10 Rhodes Scholars among its graduates and consistently high SAT scores, The Webb School has a reputation of being one of the top private boarding schools in the nation. Webb’s small school community and its emphasis on honor truly create a Character of Home for its approximate 325 day and boarding students. The 150-acre campus is located in a rural setting 50 miles southeast of Nashville. Approximately 50% of the upper school’s student population is boarding. At present, the school enrolls students from 15 U.S. states and 17 countries.