General Studies Teacher


Job Type: Part-time/Full-Time

Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor (HDS) is a Jewish, private, pluralistic elementary school that provides excellent education in General Studies, Judaic Studies, and Hebrew language. Through individualized instruction, advantageous teacher-to-student ratios, and attentive support systems, the school is committed to instilling in its students a love of learning.

Students are given the essential building blocks to secure their identities as members of a community, as Jews, and enables students and their families to experience the sense of joy, warmth, and belonging that comes with true community. We focus attention in equal measure on academic excellence and on fostering the healthy social and emotional development of our students. The whole child is nourished and the mind is stimulated through a balance of learning opportunities including art, vocal and instrumental music, technology, library, and physical education.

HDS families come from a wide variety of religious backgrounds, and our students learn to expect and embrace diversity. Our graduates are academically skilled, confident in their talents, grounded in their identities, and poised to contribute to the world. We are a proud and joyful community of learners.

Job Description:

Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor is seeking an innovative and creative early elementary general studies teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. The right applicant will have early elementary teaching experience, as well as a commitment to a developmentally appropriate, student-centered, team approach to teaching and learning. Qualified applicants must be eligible to teach in the United States. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. A cover letter and resume are required. For more information, please refer to our website at Hebrew Day School is an equal opportunity employer.

COVID-19 considerations: For the moment, first interviews will be conducted over the phone/zoom.


  • Must be authorized to work in the United States.
  • Bachelor’s Degree (required)
  • Teaching certificate/early childhood endorsement (preferred)
  • Early childhood/elementary school teaching experience (preferred)

Hours per week: approx. 20 (full-time position may be available)

Salary: $22,000-$26,000 commensurate with education and experience