Do you want to become a member of a school community that will help to empower a city and contribute to the national conversation about the future of education? Read on.
One of Memphis’ most historic and iconic structures – an abandoned Sears, Roebuck & Co. distribution warehouse – reopened as Crosstown Concourse, a vibrant, “vertical urban village” that houses organizations focused on healthcare, wellness, education, the arts, technology, and economic development. Retail, restaurants, and residential apartments are a part of the $200 million, 1.1 million-square-foot redevelopment.
A key component of this ambitious project is Crosstown High (XTH), a public charter school that aims to leverage the unique ecosystem of Crosstown Concourse to provide an exciting new option for a uniquely diverse group of students and educators who want to learn together through highly-personalized courses of study, hands-on work in their city, and rich relationships with one another and the greater Crosstown community.
We encourage you to learn even more about Crosstown High via our "Get to Know XTH Playlist."
Below are the open positions we currently have posted as we look to fulfill the ambitious vision of providing personalized, hands-on learning to a highly diverse student body at Crosstown High. Please click the link below to familiarize yourself with the resume submission requirements before you submit your application. Experience in a project-based learning environment is strongly preferred, but not required. Questions about positions or qualifications can be sent to email@example.com.
For all employees, we offer a salary that is competitive with local public school compensation levels, Tennessee state retirement through the Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System*, a 403(b) retirement savings plan, a YMCA membership, and an exceptionally positive work environment. Full-time employees are also offered an extra 2% contribution to their 403(b) retirement savings, employer-subsidized health insurance, and employer-paid life insurance and short-term disability insurance.
If you are interested in teaching at Crosstown High, but do not see an open position in your subject area at this time, please add your name to our Careers mailing list to be notified when we add openings.
*Please note that all Tennessee educators, whether they work for a district or charter school, participate in TCRS. There is no penalty for switching between district and charter schools.
We post new positions as they open up, but we love getting resumes and interest letters from folks who are inspired by our vision anytime! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and put your area of expertise in the subject line.
Currently accepting resumes for these positions for 2022-23 school year (click for job description and application instructions):
Guest (Substitute) Teacher (always accepting applications)