Eastern Mennonite School seeks candidates who are passionate about nurturing children and youth in a Christ-centered environment to academic excellence with an emphasis on social and emotional well-being. Candidates will be committed to our vision of a learning community where every student belongs, thrives and lives God's call.

See our vision and mission and educational philosophy.

Teaching and staff openings

Eastern Mennonite School is in a search process for the position(s) listed below.

  • Afterschool care staff. Hours are Monday through Friday, 3 to 5:30 p.m. Email Maria Archer, K-8 principal, archerm@easternmennonite.org
  • Part-time Spanish teacher. EMS is seeking applicants for a Spanish teacher for the elementary division for six hours of teaching per week on a flexible schedule. Email Maria Archer, K-8 principal, archerm@easternmennonite.org.
  • Main line cook, dining hall. Part-time with benefits during the school year. Tuition discount for employee children. Prepare main line menu items and components for the school lunch and other events. See full job description. Download the application here. Contact Deb Pardini, dining hall manager, with questions, pardinid@easternmennonite.org; phone 540-236-6008.
  • Substitute Teachers: This is an hourly contract position for part-time substitutes. Candidates should enjoy working with students (grades K-12, K-5, or 6-12), be able to do general classroom management, and have a willingness to jump in when and wherever needed. Prior teaching experience is a bonus, but not required. Flexible hours and scheduling are available. Contact Christine Fairfield, front office manager, frontoffice@emhs.net or 540-236-6000.

Coaching position openings

Eastern Mennonite School Athletics is in a search process for the coaching position(s) below. Please express interest by emailing Andrew Gascho, athletic director, gaschoa@easternmennonite.org

  • Varsity Girls Basketball

Eastern Mennonite School offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience, and is an equal opportunity employer.

It is our policy to practice equal opportunity without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in the application of any policy, practice, rule or regulation. Functioning as an integral part of the church, we can and do discriminate on the basis of religion in hiring decisions. Any form of harassment is absolutely prohibited.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the school’s non-discrimination policies, including its Title IX policy: Andrea Wenger, Director of Advancement. 

For assistance related to Title IX or other civil rights laws, please contact OCR at OCR@ed.gov or 800-421-3481, TDD 800-877-8339.