To apply to work at New Harmony, please submit:
1) a resume detailing relevant experience
2) a creative way to describe you as a fantastic fit for New Harmony. This could be a 1-2 minute video, a photo, a slide show, etc.
All communication should be sent to email@example.com. You may share submission artifacts via email, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. If shared, please open sharing settings so anyone with a link may access to expedite the process.
The postings on this page are the most up to date. If a position is not listed, it has been filled or eliminated.
The virtual interview process will look like this:
Round 1: A virtual interview by a small group of current New Harmony staff members. We’re looking for fit, mission alignment, and vision for your potential course. You get to ask the staff members any of your questions too.
Round 2: A virtual interview by a small group of current New Harmony students coordinated by a member of Round 1. This round is basically a conversation between you and the students. They want to know how you feel about (among other things) relationships, discipline, behavior, your teaching habits, students with exceptionalities, etc. And you can find out what New Harmony is really about from the student perspective.
For folks applying to teach: if you’ve made it through Round 2, please send us a teaching video, or sample scope and sequence from something you’ve previously taught, or a lesson you create that is specific to your vision for your course at New Harmony, or anything in this family. We’re not too specific on what you send, but it should showcase your creativity, vision, ability to differentiate, and allow for student voice and choice.
Once an offer is made and accepted, we will notify all candidates via email. Please note that our candidate pool often has several very well qualified candidates, and we do retain applications for future positions.
Openings for 2021-2022
Advisor/Content Teacher for the following subjects. Note this link is active for all advisor/teacher roles except Alg. II which has additional course requirements, and Quest for Success which has a link to the course description.
- Spanish I or French I
- Physical Education/Health
- Algebra II for Sustainable Development
- Media Arts
- United States History
Diverse Learning (Special Education)
At New Harmony High School, we don’t just accept difference — we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our students, our families, our staff, and our community. New Harmony High School is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.
Wondering what it’s like to work at New Harmony High School? Check out the video below.