An independent Preschool through Grade 12 school for gifted students.
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A Roeper education is characterized by outstanding and profound student-teacher relationships that foster mutual respect.  When children are genuinely offered a voice from young ages, they grow to become adults who will do the same for others.  This belief pervades every practice of the school and arises from our philosophical conviction that equal human rights breeds a valuable sense of justice and interdependence. We emphasize the importance of students doing their own thinking and making their own choices both in and out of the classroom, so that they become active stakeholders in their education and in their communities.

Current Openings

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  • Administrative Assistant

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to the Lower School Director to join our Bloomfield Hills campus staff for the 2019 – 2020 school year.

    We are seeking an engaging, collaborative, and highly organized person who has demonstrated successful experience supporting a school administrator. The Administrative Assistant supports the Lower School Director and is responsible for ensuring the completion of all day-to-day administrative and clerical tasks related to the Lower School. Support of the Lower School Director, Assistant Lower School Director and the Lower School involves implementing and monitoring a wide range of administrative and operational systems, procedures, policies and projects. The position is full-time year round.

    Position Description:
    • Establish and execute ongoing schedule to support Lower School Director, Assistant Lower School Director and Lower School program
    • Pro-actively anticipate actions necessary to help Directors achieve program goals
    • Meet regularly with Lower School Director and Administrative Team to provide assistance and discuss progress on initiatives and operations
    • Manage and maintain calendar of the entire Lower School and Director
    • Communicate information to faculty, staff, students and parents regarding initiatives, programs and events using varied mediums including Outlook, Net Community, website and blog
    • Greet and provide assistance as primary point of contact during the school day for teachers, students, parents and visitors
    • Oversee and manage production, dissemination and collection of online back-to-school registration information
    • Maintain all student files (paper and electronic)
    • Coordinate logistics of key Lower School annual events
    • Prepare materials and take notes during Lower School staff meetings
    • Provide support to the Support Services Counselor
    • Utilize Education Edge database to prepare class lists for staff and families
    • Work with Admissions Office in transitioning new families
    • Prepare students’ progress reports for distribution to parents and maintain copies for permanent records
    • Serve as liaison regarding required student medical records, attendance and weekly communicable disease report
    • Embrace and assist the Lower School with providing a multicultural and culturally relevant program, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Personable, professional and welcoming demeanor
    • High level of interpersonal skills, poise, tact and diplomacy to handle sensitive and confidential situations 
    • Strong attention to detail in establishing priorities, meeting timelines and efficiently accomplishing duties
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including composing and proofing materials
    • Strong technical skills, including proficiency in MS Office, database management and website management 
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s degree with major course work in Business, Administration, Communications, or other relevant field is required along with a minimum of three to five years of administrative assistant or related experience. Preference for candidates with experience supporting an administrator in a school setting.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent School, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, list of three professional references and candidate inquiry answers via CareerBuilder
  • Art Teachers

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking two Art Teachers for the Lower School (Preschool – Grade 5) to join our Bloomfield Hills campus faculty for the 2019 - 2020 school year.  The openings are for a full-time 100% Art Teacher and a part-time 60% Art Teacher.
     
    We seek a candidate who values the balance of an intellectually challenging and creative program with developmentally appropriate and research based practices. The teacher provides personalized instruction and education to the whole child. The teacher is a highly motivated and creative person who works well as part of a team, as well as independently. The teacher demonstrates knowledge of best practices for teaching elementary art, and is knowledgeable of teaching gifted children. Preference will be given to candidates with experience and training in working with children at this level.
     
    Position Description:
    • Develop and implement age appropriate and best practice curricula that allow students to engage in and appreciate the fine arts
    • Teach studio art classes to Lower school students with varying degrees of experience and ability
    • Provide exposure and instruction in various art media including Drawing, Painting, Clay, and Printmaking
    • Teach art electives and collaborate with other special teachers to provide interdisciplinary elective classes.
    • Maintain a creative classroom atmosphere that is non-competitive, encourages expression, and is multicultural and inclusive
    • Collaborate with classroom teachers on cross-curricular units to support student development
    • Embrace and implement a multicultural and culturally relevant curriculum, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Share student progress with parents through communication including conferences and progress reports
    • Collaborate with Lower School faculty on school wide initiatives and support of education through varied activities including faculty meeting attendance, committee participation and providing supervision for lunch, recess, and after school duty
    • Provides support to the Art Program and the Lower School to meet overall mission of The Roeper School
    • Maintain effective communication with students, parents, teachers, colleagues and administration
     
     
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Experience teaching art to elementary school students
    • Knowledge/experience working with gifted learners
    • Excellent instructional and communication skills
     
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Art Education, Art or other relevant field is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
     
    A minimum of three to five years of experience teaching art in an elementary school is preferred.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent School, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, candidate inquiry answers and
    artifacts from your teaching and/or professional portfolio (digital or other medium) via   
  • Educational Counselor

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking a full-time Educational Counselor for the
    Lower School (Preschool – Grade 5) to join our Bloomfield Hills campus faculty for the 2019 – 2020 school year.
     
    Through the use of counseling, consultation, and the coordination of services, the Educational Counselor serves Lower School students, parents, faculty and the broader school community through a variety of programs, activities, and interventions. These include:
    • direct counseling with students, either individually or in groups;
    • discussions and interventions within homerooms;
    • consultation to parents regarding school, family, and/or concerns;
    • provide referral information and community resources to parents;
    • consultation to faculty, staff and administration regarding student concerns;
    • coordination of referrals and assessments to and evaluation services provided by outside clinicians or the Bloomfield Hills School District “Building Instructional Team” (BIT)
     
    Position Description:
     
    • Records and Information Management
    • Develops Student Support Plans (SSEP) for students who have been diagnosed with a learning profile that impacts their academic success
    • Maintains the records for students with support plans and annually reviews them
    • Reads and summarizes all student Psychoeducational (Psych-Ed) evaluations for Lower School and necessary documentation including Psych-Ed evaluations for Admissions
    • Consultation and Coordination of Services
    • Consults with school and outside professionals to ensure support plans are current, strength-based, and goal-oriented
    • Collaborates with Bloomfield Hills Public Schools personnel as needed
    • Coordinates with teachers to develop student-specific classroom strategies
    • Communication and Education
    • Maintains open and strong communication between and amongst teachers, parents, and students
    • Attends teacher meetings to discuss students with academic difficulty and to share expertise and strategies regarding challenges
    • Attends student-specific team meetings with teachers and parents
    • Attends Parent-Teacher Conferences as needed to discuss student progress with parents
    • Counsels families on learning support and assessment accommodations
    • Social and Emotional Support
    • Embrace and promote a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, in accordance with the School’s philosophy and Mission
    • Meet with students on an as-needed basis as determined by the student, parent, faculty, administration and/or staff
    • Provide crisis counseling as needed
    • Develop strategies to manage stress related to academics, social and emotional challenges
    • Provide conflict resolution interventions as needed when conflict arises between students.
    • Coordinate student placements into homerooms, and support implementation of interventions
    • Provide insight, support and recommendations to grade level teachers on any variety of social/emotional issues facing gifted students.
    • Support Administration in determining best supports for students including re-entry after an extended school-initiated absence
    • Make necessary referrals to psychiatrists, medical doctors and psychologists for testing and/or on-going treatment for issues related to giftedness
    Credentials
    • Deep understanding of child development as it relates to gifted learners and twice exceptional students and how to support them effectively
    • High level of interpersonal skills and disposition for collaborative work relationships
    • Exhibits professionalism, diplomacy, and is ethical relative to handling sensitive and confidential situations
    • Demonstrates an ability to engage in and support a collaborative workplace culture characterized by deep understanding of diversity and teamwork
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
     
    Education and Experience:
    Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or Education Specialist.
    A minimum of three to five years of counseling experience in an elementary school is preferred.
     
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent school, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and candidate inquiry answers via CareerBuilder
  • Math Teachers

     The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking two full-time Math Teachers for the Middle and Upper School to join our Birmingham campus faculty for the 2019–2020 school year.
     
    A Roeper math teacher develops curriculum with awareness of state and national standards but with a particular focus on gifted, independent thinkers. Passion for both mathematics and teaching is essential. Candidates must excel in mixed-age classrooms where students are treated with respect and all voices are considered and honored. We are looking for an educator who can teach various levels of mathematics including Advanced Placement. We are also interested in candidates who incorporate aspects of computer programming into their curricula.
     
     
    Position Description:
     
    • Teach multiple class sections of math to middle and upper school students. Subject areas may include Middle School Math Applications, Geometry, Algebra and Calculus
    • Collaborate with other math department faculty in development and documentation of curriculum
    • Serve as the Faculty Advisor to a middle or upper school homeroom
    • Embrace and implement a multicultural and culturally relevant curriculum, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Share student progress with parents through communication including conferences and progress reports
    • Collaborate with middle and upper school faculty on school wide initiatives and support of education through varied activities including faculty meeting attendance and committee participation
    • Provides support to the Math Department and the Middle and Upper School to meet overall mission of The Roeper School
    • Maintain effective communication with students, parents, teachers, colleagues and administration
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Experience teaching math to middle and upper school students
    • Knowledge/experience working with gifted learners
    • Excellent instructional and communication skills
    • Ability to work independently or collaboratively to contribute and reach objectives
     
     
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Education, Math Education or other relevant field is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
     
    A minimum of three to five years of teaching experience in a secondary school is preferred.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent school, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and candidate inquiry answers via CareerBuilder

  • Music Teacher

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking a part-time 60% FTE, Music Teacher for the Lower School (Preschool – Grade 5) to join our Bloomfield Hills campus faculty for the 2019 - 2020 school year.
     
    The Music Teacher delivers vocal and general music curriculum for students in
    Stages I – IV. The music education curriculum may include vocal performance, Music Theory, Music History, and Music within contemporary culture. Classes will foster appreciation and respect for the art, an understanding of what goes into the creation of music as an art form and an appreciation of music as a form of communication within multiple cultures.
     
    Position Description:
    • Teach a variety of classes from general music to choir
    • Demonstrate abilities with vocal pedagogy, resulting in developing healthy singing voices in children
    • Collaborate with Lower School faculty and make interdisciplinary connections
    • Supervise vocal rehearsals for all vocal music events, including the Stage IV musical
    • Oversee spring musical including rehearsals, set blocking, design sets and costumes
    • Conduct community performances with Stage IV choir
    • Embrace and implement a multicultural and culturally relevant curriculum, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Share student progress with parents through communication including conferences and progress reports
    • Collaborate with Lower School faculty on school wide initiatives and support of education through varied activities including faculty meeting attendance, committee participation and providing supervision for lunch, recess, and after school duty
    • Provides support to the Music Program and the Lower School to meet overall mission of The Roeper School
    • Maintain effective communication with students, parents, teachers, colleagues and administration
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Experience teaching music to elementary school students
    • Knowledge/experience working with gifted learners
    • Excellent instructional and communication skills
    • Demonstrate flexibility and creativity in course content
     
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Music Education, Music or other relevant field is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
     
    A minimum of three to five years of experience teaching music in an elementary school is preferred.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent School, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, candidate inquiry answers and list of three professional references via  CareerBuilder
     
  • Science Teacher

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking a full-time Science Teacher for the Middle School (Grades 6 – 8) to join our Birmingham campus faculty for the 2019 – 2020 school year.
     
    A Roeper Science Teacher collaborates with colleagues to develop and modify a laboratory-based curriculum with awareness of state and national standards, but with a particular focus on gifted independent thinkers. Candidates should value inquiry as a path to knowledge and learning. Roeper is an ideal place for those who seek to work in an environment that supports their creativity and innovation, and provides teachers with the autonomy to develop an educational program that is driven by student interest and a shared passion for learning. Candidates must excel in classrooms where students are treated with respect and all voices are considered and honored.
     
    Position Description:
    • Teach multiple class sections of Science to middle school students. Science classes will emphasizeecology and botany, heat and temperature, molecular structure, electricity and magnetism 
    • Teach various electives to middle school students. Subject areas may include: Experimenters, Meteorology, Bioethics, Science Fact or Fiction, or other electives related to the teacher’s area of expertise
    • Collaborate with other science department faculty to further develop, document and improve curriculum
    • Manage laboratory experiments including setup, facilitation, managing of inquiry approaches, fostering curiosity, and developing students' analysis skills and scientific writing
    • Integrate current scientific research and technology in curriculum
    • Serve as the Faculty Advisor/Homeroom Teacher to a Middle School homeroom
    • Provide whole-child support in the transition from Lower School to Middle School by providing academic coaching for coursework choices, facilitate community building activities with students
    • Assist in planning, supporting and participate in annual week long 6th grade community building camping trip
    • Understand and implement the school’s philosophy and mission in classroom instruction and daily interactions with students and colleagues
    • Embrace and implement a multicultural and culturally relevant curriculum, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion 
    • Share student progress with parents through communication including conferences and progress reports
    • Collaborate with Middle and Upper School faculty on school wide initiatives and support of education through varied activities including faculty meeting attendance and committee participation
    • Provides support to the Science Department and the Middle and Upper School to meet overall mission of The Roeper School 
    • Maintain effective communication with students, parents, teachers, colleagues and administration
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Experience teaching science to middle school students
    • Experience in scientific research
    • Experience with technology integration
    • Experience or ability to teach other classes e.g. math and/or humanities
    • Experience or ability to teach upper school science classes
    • Knowledge/experience working with gifted learners
    • Excellent instructional and communication skills
     
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Science Education, Science or other relevant field is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
     
    A minimum of three to five years of teaching experience in a secondary school is preferred.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent school, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, list of three professional reference and candidate inquiry answers via CareerBuilder
     
  • Team Teachers

    The Roeper School is a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve. We are seeking full-time Team Teachers for the Lower School (preschool – Grade 5) to join our Bloomfield Hills campus faculty for the 2019 – 2020 school year.
     
    We seek a Team Teacher who will work collaboratively with the Head Teacher to provide an intellectually challenging and creative program with developmentally appropriate and research-based practices. The pairing of the Team Teacher with the Head Teacher contributes to the excellent student-teacher ratios and allows for individualized instruction and education of the whole child. The Team Teacher, under the direction of the Head Teacher, would be responsible for assisting the Head Teacher in teaching curriculum in a self-contained classroom. The Team Teacher partners with the Head to implement an academically strong, child-centered and differentiated curriculum to gifted children. Preference will be given to candidates with experience and training in working with children at this level.
     
    Position Description:
    • Supports and assists the Head Teacher with coordinating homeroom instruction using a variety of best curricular approaches including a balance of whole language and phonics, word study, writers and reading workshop, conceptual and manipulative-based math approaches, and integrated and thematic social studies
    • Actively participate as a mentee and partner of the Head Teacher. Assist the Head Teacher in the development and implementation of the classroom curriculum. Under the direction of the Head Teacher, provide instruction and supervision for small groups of students
    • Collaborate with Head Teacher to utilize knowledge of a variety of instructional and assessment methods, integrated use of technology, and excellent communication skills
    • Assist the Head Teacher in sharing student progress with parents through communication including conferences and progress reports.
    • Collaborate with Lower School faculty on school wide initiatives and support of education through varied activities including faculty meeting attendance, committee participation and providing supervision for lunch, recess, and after school duty
    • Provides support to Head Teacher and the Lower School to meet overall mission of The Roeper School
    • Supports the Head Teacher in the social and emotional development of the students in the mixed-age classroom. Assists in implementing key components of the daily student life including morning meetings, class meetings, service and leadership opportunities, and class agreements, rituals and routines
    • Assist Head Teacher with implementation of a multicultural and culturally relevant curriculum, in accordance with Roeper's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Maintain effective communication with the Head Teacher, colleagues and administration.  Works collaboratively with the Head Teacher to communicate with parents.
     
    Credentials:
    The preferred candidate will have:
    • Experience teaching elementary school students
    • Knowledge/experience working with gifted learners
    • Excellent instructional and communication skills
     
    Education and Experience:
    A Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Early Childhood Education, Education or other relevant field is required. A minimum of one year of teaching experience is preferred.
     
    About Roeper
    The School seeks faculty and staff who are outstanding educators, teachers and professionals. They are individuals who lead in the classroom and guide our students with respect for the mission and philosophy of the School.
     
    As a non-profit independent school, Roeper offers competitive salary and benefits. The School’s benefits program includes medical, dental, disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; flexible spending account for medical expenses and dependent care; 403(b) Savings and Match Plan and professional development funding.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit our Website: www.roeper.org No phone calls please. 
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
     
    Application:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and candidate inquiry answers via  CareerBuilder
  • Child Care Provider

    After School Child Care Position, Part-time, Afternoons
    The Roeper School is seeking energetic, responsible people to supervise activity and play for children ages 3 - 11 in a relaxed and enjoyable afterschool setting. Preference will be given to candidates with previous child care experience and/or classes in early childhood education. If you’re interested in supplementing your income with a rewarding job and flexible work schedule, consider this one.

    Program Schedule: The childcare program is open on school days, Monday through Friday from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

    Flexible Work Schedule: Dependent upon availability, employees have the opportunity to work 2, 3, 4 or 5 days per week.

    To apply email a letter of interest and resume to paula.romano@roeper.org
  • Bus Drivers, Special Events, Part time

    The Roeper School, a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades Pre-K through twelve, is seeking a part-time, Bus Driver to provide transportation for Roeper students.
     
    The Bus Driver under the direction of the Transportation Supervisor, will be responsible for safely and efficiently operating the bus and transporting passengers to authorized destinations. The Bus Driver will also help maintain a safe, secure and positive environment for students during transport. The part-time bus driver schedule includes driving the shuttle between the Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham campus at the beginning and end of the school day, day time field trips, evening and weekend sporting events.
     
    The Bus Driver position offers flexible work hours. Individuals interested in the part-time, hourly position must be available to work a variable shift during the day, evenings and weekends. If you’re interested in supplementing your income with a rewarding job that allows you to maintain a healthy work life balance, consider this one.
     
    Position Description:
    • Responsible for safely transporting passengers to destinations including driving shuttles between school campus locations, sporting events and field trips
    • Perform daily pre-trip bus inspections
    • Safely operate passenger bus in accordance with traffic laws and regulations and school policies and procedures
    • Follows pre-planned route and pre-determined time schedule
    • Maintains a secure environment by communicating policies and reporting unruly behavior to appropriate School personnel
    • Keeps the bus neat and orderly through good housekeeping
    • Monitors safety of bus equipment and reports possible mechanical issues to Transportation Supervisor
    • Ensures that appropriate safety equipment is available and in working condition
    • Assist in parking lot traffic control
    • Prepares reports to document accidents or incidents
     
    Credentials:
    Preference given to candidates with the following credentials however, Roeper is willing to provide required training to obtain bus driving credentials for the selected candidate.
    • Valid Commercial Driver’s License; Group Designation B or C with Passenger, Safety and Air Brake Endorsementwith No Restrictions
    • Satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record
    • Compliant with Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug and Alcohol Policy
    • Valid DOT Medical Card
    • Completion of Beginners Bus Driver Safety Course
    • Driver Safety Education Course Certification
     
    To Apply:
    Individuals interested in the position should email a cover letter, resume and three professional references to resumes@roeper.org No phone calls please.
     
    For more information about The Roeper School, visit the website. www.roeper.org
     
    The Roeper School is deeply committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
     
BLOOMFIELD CAMPUS
Lower School and Administrative Offices
41190 Woodward Ave
Bloomfield Hills MI 48304

PHONE 248 203 7300
BIRMINGHAM CAMPUS
Middle School and Upper School
1051 Oakland Avenue
Birmingham MI 48009

PHONE 248 203 7300