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Berkeley is home to approximately 300 faculty and staff members who are passionate about preparing students to become lifelong learners. The school takes pride in hiring dynamic and compassionate professionals who are among the finest in their areas. And those professionals are genuinely invested in the success of each student. 
 
Our faculty and staff are passionate about surrounding Berkeley students with opportunities. They embrace the natural curiosity that young children bring to school and build upon it. They show students the possibilities in their lives, pay attention to what grabs their interests, and encourage them to pursue those interests to the fullest. As a result, they help children climb heights they never thought they could reach. 
 
A significant benefit of working at Berkeley is having access to incredible resources and professional development opportunities. In addition, Berkeley believes that an excellent education is the best countermeasure to injustice in the world. The education we offer at Berkeley fosters confidence and builds critical thinking skills so that as students grow and eventually attain their highest potential, they are fully prepared to comment on and take action against injustices as they see them. Click here to learn more.
 
Our postings are updated regularly, however, if you don't see a specific job posting but feel you would be a great addition to our team, please contact careers@kvitimankapur.com (email is preferred). Please note that employment is subject to information verification, and a background check.

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  • Contact

    Inquiries regarding all employment opportunities may be directed to careers@kvitimankapur.com. Email is the preferred contact method. Along with your resume, please include a cover letter specifically stating any positions for which you are qualified. Please note that employment is subject to information verification, and a background check. Berkeley is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Professional Development and Personal Enrichment

    Ongoing professional development opportunities are essential to providing students with a 21st-century education. Teachers at Berkeley never stop learning—here’s a peek at how we proudly support that growth.
     
    • Certain non-teaching days throughout the school year are designated for professional development with colleagues on campus. 
    • Our teachers not only attend but conduct seminars all over the country. 
    • Many teachers see their work placed in national publications, and even more receive outside grants for further study. 
    • Another perk that you’ll rarely find at other schools is that we encourage teachers to apply for two Berkeley funds that support endeavors limited only by their imagination. 
      1. Jenkins Fund for Teaching Excellence: Would seeing two of the latest Broadway musicals on a trip to New York City enhance your theatre curriculum, or would an immersive trip to Peru deepen your knowledge of culture and language as a Spanish teacher? Where would you go? Teaching faculty members are encouraged to apply for funding for individually tailored experiential learning opportunities that are self-designed to inspire and invigorate.
      2. Kuhn Fund for Positive Difference: Have you ever wanted to teach in a small village in Kenya or work with a giant tortoise conservation team in the Galapagos Islands? How would you give back? All employees are encouraged to apply for funding for national and international travel opportunities with a service component so they can help others in powerful ways and model the strong character and compassion that we consistently instill in our students.
  • Facilities and Resources

    Our 86-acre campus in suburban Tampa offers first-rate educational and athletic resources and distinct, age-appropriate areas for the Lower, Middle and Upper Divisions. The school has launched a Campus Master Plan that is guiding campus enhancements and improvements that will benefit the entire Berkeley community. In addition to state-of-the-art facilities, extensive resources allow faculty members to maximize curriculum development for their classroom.
  • Accreditation and Memberships

  • Our Tampa Bay Community

    We are located in the beautiful Tampa Bay area, close to beaches, professional sports teams, and performing arts facilities. The Faculty and Staff Appreciation Tickets (FASAT) program provides several faculty and staff with donated Tampa Bay area event tickets throughout the year. Learn more about the year-round opportunities that await you in Tampa Bay, making it one of the most desirable places to live in the country.
  • Benefits

    • Tuition reimbursement for approved continuing education
    • A faculty and staff Employee Wellness Program 
    • Employee-only hours available at the Hunt Family Fitness Center
    • Competitive salaries and benefit packages to include health, vision and dental insurance, an Employee Assistance program, supplemental insurances, paid time off and TIAA/CREF retirement plan
    • Generous tuition remission for students of faculty (and all full-time employees) including BEEP, the afterschool program for those students enrolled in Lower Division
    • A robust breakfast and lunch dining program

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Berkeley Preparatory School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Berkeley Preparatory School does not discriminate based on age, gender, religion, race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, or national or ancestral origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs, or in the administration of its hiring and employment practices.
Founded in 1960, Berkeley is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory day school located in Tampa, FL, for boys and girls in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12. Approximately 1,400 students gather here from the greater Tampa Bay area to form ONE Berkeley.