Princeton Friends School offers an engaging and empowering work community for people who are passionate about Quaker and progressive education, professional growth, collaboration, and seeing the potential in people and situations. We post our job openings here as well as through the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, NEMNET, and Friends Council on Education.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY STATEMENT:
Princeton Friends School (PFS), in recognition of its values and responsibility to its employees, prospective employees, parents, and students, is committed to equality of opportunity and a workplace free of discrimination and harassment. Under this Policy, forms of employment discrimination or harassment based upon the following protected categories are prohibited and will not be tolerated -- race, creed, color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, sex/gender (including pregnancy), marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, familial status, religion, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, atypical cellular or blood trait, genetic information, veteran status, or disability.


This policy applies to the areas of recruitment, hiring, promotion, compensation, benefits, and termination.

Current Openings

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  • Lower School Science and Gardening Teacher

    Reporting to the Head of School, the Lower School Science and Gardening Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum and differentiated instruction for assigned students.
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  • Lower School Teacher

    All employees of Princeton Friends School work to help the school fulfill its mission:
    Drawing on a rich tradition of Quaker values and practices, Princeton Friends School is committed to creating a diverse, vibrant learning community in which young people engage their natural curiosity, discover and express their individual voices and gifts, acquire intellectual, physical, artistic, and life skills, and develop a sense of responsibility for themselves and others. Princeton Friends both prepares students for the world that is and models possibilities for the society they will one day help to create.
    Reporting to the Head of School, the Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum and differentiated instruction for assigned students.
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  • School Nurse

    The school nurse is a health service specialist who provides medical care to students and staff. The school nurse position is a 12-month position, providing care during school days September through June, and during seasonal summer camp weeks.
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  • Substitute Teachers for PK-8th Grades

    Princeton Friends School, a small, progressive PK-8th grade, Quaker school located in Princeton, NJ, seeks substitute teachers for all grade levels. The successful candidate should enjoy working with children; be reliable; possess strong classroom management and communication skills. Experience with teaching children is preferred.
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TOP 10 REASONS TO WORK AT PFS

  • Terrific students who enjoy learning and engage with peers and faculty
  • A kind, caring, and thoughtful community
  • Reflective learning
  • Community outreach
  • Beautiful campus
  • Creative freedom
  • Progressive approach
  • Collaborative, inspiring, and respectful colleagues
  • Quaker to the core
  • The ability to grow as teachers and individuals by having the freedom to teach what we are passionate about and to pass on that passion and interest to our students.
A progressive, Quaker day school welcoming students in Pre-K through 8th grade to our historic Princeton campus nestled in the woods.

Princeton Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. This policy applies to, but is not limited to, educational policies, admission, financial aid, hiring and employment practices, use of school facilities, athletics, and other school-administered programs.