Career Opportunities

If Tampa Prep is seeking professional staff and faculty positions, you will see them listed below. Tampa Prep is an independent, coeducational, inclusive, urban day school enrolling over 660 students in grades six through twelve.

Tampa Preparatory School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DIRECTOR OF THE ANNUAL FUND

DIRECTOR OF THE ANNUAL FUND

Position Summary:

Tampa Preparatory School is seeking a Director of the Annual Fund with a high level of energy, creativeness, and the ability to collaborate with multiple departments. The Director of the Annual Fund reports to the Director of Development and is responsible for following the lead of the Director in their efforts in the areas of fundraising and special events. The Director of the Annual Fund plays an active role in ensuring the success of all development functions to include identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of annual fund donors, capital and endowment fund raising, auction, major gifts, planned giving, special events, and new initiatives. The position requires the confidence to ask for gifts, exceptional organizational and social skills, working with volunteers, and the ability to plan and execute events.

Major responsibilities:

  • Develops strong relationships with donors, volunteers, faculty, and staff.
  • Develops and manages programs designed to attract maximum gift support to the School.
  • Implements fundraising plans/strategies to increase constituent support of and involvement in the school.
  • Ability to research prospects and develop solicitation action plans.
  • Coordinates all orders, thank you letters, and installation for the ongoing Paver Campaign.
  • Assists with all school development events, when needed.
  • Fosters and promotes the mission of the School to all of its constituents including parents, alumni, students, grandparents, business community, faculty and staff.
  • Work collaboratively with members of the Development Office to coordinate appropriate Annual Fund solicitations, including strategy and stewardship of donors and prospects.
  • Work with Communications Office to create appeals and marketing materials, as well as to maintain annual giving section on the School’s website.

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field.
  • Minimum two years development experience, including annual campaigns.
  • Knowledge of fund development principles and public relations.
  • Strong organizational, administration, telephone and interpersonal communication skills, detail and “big picture” oriented.
  • Professional demeanor, flexible and able to respond to multiple demands.
  • Must be flexible regarding work schedule.

Information for Applicants:

This is a 12-month, full-time, benefit eligible position. For consideration, please forward cover letter and resume to Kimberly Baggett, Director of Human Resources at employment@tampaprep.org.


MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

Position Summary:

We are currently seeking a full-time Middle School Science instructor for the 2018-2019 academic year. This individual will teach five sections of 7th grade Life Science and/or 8th grade Physical Science. Candidates should be proficient in their discipline, interested in the social and developmental needs of Middle School students, facile with an iPad, and able to contribute to extracurricular activities, including the 7th grade trip to the Florida Keys. Applicants should possess a bachelors and/or advanced degree in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Science education.

Information for Applicants:

This is a 10-month, full-time, benefit eligible position. Salary is commensurate with experience. The online position posting can be viewed here: https://www.tampaprep.org/discover/jobs

For consideration, please forward cover letter and resume to Donald Morrison, Dean of Faculty at dmorrison@tampaprep.org.


UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

UPPER SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHER

Position Summary:

We are seeking a full-time, Upper School English instructor for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applicants should be sensitive to the social and developmental needs of high school students, proficient and creative in educational applications of technology, skilled with an iPad, and willing to contribute to extracurricular activities. Candidates should possess a bachelor’s and/or advanced degree in English or English Education.

Information for Applicants:

This is a 10-month, full-time, benefit eligible position. Salary is commensurate with experience.

For consideration, please forward cover letter and resume to Donald Morrison, Dean of Faculty at dmorrison@tampaprep.org.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

We currently do not have any substitute teacher positions available; however, we are always accepting resumes. Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree and be available to work at short notice. Please send a cover letter and resume to Betsy Zollinger at bzollinger@tampaprep.org.


Administrative Positions
Kimberly Baggett
Director of Human Resources
Tampa Preparatory School
727 West Cass Street
Tampa, FL 33606
kbaggett@tampaprep.org
voice: 813-251-8481, ext 4093
fax: 813-254-2106

Academic Positions
Donald Morrison
Dean of Faculty
Tampa Preparatory School
727 West Cass Street
Tampa, FL 33606
dmorrison@tampaprep.org
voice: 813-251-8481, ext 4045
fax: 813-254-2106

Athletic Positions
Michael Flynn
Director of Athletics
Tampa Preparatory School
727 West Cass Street
Tampa, FL 33606
mflynn@tampaprep.org
voice: 813-251-8481, ext 4073
fax: 813-254-2106
Summer School
Tammy Honegger
Director of Summer Programs
Tampa Preparatory School
727 West Cass Street
Tampa, FL 33606
thonegger@tampaprep.org
voice: 813-251-8481, ext 4009
fax: 813-254-2106

Non-Discrimination Policy

Tampa Prep is an inclusive and open-minded environment that does not discriminate according to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or matters of individual choice. Tampa Prep does not engage in personnel practices prohibited by Federal law. This policy extends to all activities and aspects of the school and specifically to the practices of faculty and staff hiring and management, in student admissions, student evaluation, discipline and student life.