Careers with KIPP Memphis
As Memphis' fastest-growing, most successful charter school network, KIPP Memphis Collegiate Schools is always looking for partners to join our Team & Family. Whether you are interested in touring the school, volunteering, tutoring, or working for KMCS, there are a variety of ways to get involved. Join us; help us prove that demographics do not define destiny. As we grow, we are seeking outstanding and committed individuals to join our KIPP Memphis Team & Family. Both instructional and non-instructional positions are available.
What We Look For
Every member of the KIPP Memphis Collegiate Schools community plays a critical role in its success. Visionary school leaders build and maintain healthy, successful institutions through entrepreneurial drive and academic leadership. Teachers spark students’ interest in learning and direct their focus toward the future. Mission-driven staff provides support to schools, and board members offer guidance while serving as our ambassadors in the Greater Memphis community.
As a prospective KIPP teacher, you are expected to:
Believe that ALL students, regardless of previous academic or socioeconomic background, will achieve at the highest levels;
Possess strong content area knowledge and classroom management skills;
Teach in our extended school day and school year schedules;
Contribute to a relentless and dedicated team of outstanding professionals;
Communicate well with students, families and colleagues;
Qualified Candidates Have:
A bachelor’s degree (required)
State teaching credentials (required)
Passed a criminal background check (required)
At least two years of teaching experience (preferred)
Experience working in urban schools (highly preferred)
A belief and commitment in the mission and values of KIPP
The Application Process
Job Application Submission
School Leader Interview
Equal Opportunity Employer
KIPP Memphis Collegiate Schools is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against or in favor of applicants or employees based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability (or the perception of such disability), veteran status, or any other status.