Join Menlo School’s vibrant community!
Whether you are a faculty or a staff member, you are part of Menlo’s mission to empower students to explore and expand their interests, reach their fullest potential, develop the skills necessary for success in college, and become ethical, responsible, and engaged members of ever wider communities. Menlo School believes that students are better educated and prepared to succeed when the School community—students, families, faculty, administration, and staff— reflects the diversity of the Bay Area.
At Menlo, you will work with diverse, intelligent colleagues who are passionate about education and learning. We are looking for teachers to share the joy of learning and exploration. Menlo School provides its teachers with exceptional resources and facilities, small class sizes, professional development opportunities, outstanding students, and amazing benefits. Teachers who are new to Menlo, become part of a comprehensive first-year orientation program that takes them through every step of the year. Visit our Video Gallery to hear our students and teachers talk about the Menlo experience.
Administration and Staff
Menlo School relies on its outstanding administrators and staff to run the operations of the school in the Accounting, Business Office, Communications, Development, Facilities/Operations, and Technology departments. Employees in these areas take pride in the fact that their work helps to support Menlo School’s mission.
Menlo School provides a competitive health benefits package, a robust retirement plan, an on-site childcare center, tuition assistance, bonuses for carpooling, and professional development opportunities. All employees are given free lunch, generous time off, and enjoy free cultural events. All of which makes Menlo School a great place to work!
Menlo School does not discriminate or condone discrimination against any member of the School community on any basis, including race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religious creed, medical condition, pregnancy, childbirth, medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, physical or mental disability, genetic information, genetic characteristics, marital status, citizenship, immigration status, primary language, veteran or military service status, and all other legally protected characteristics in any of its policies, procedures or practices. This nondiscriminatory policy covers admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, the School’s programs and activities.