Working at Shelton

"Shelton's stellar reputation for education and excellent work environment inspired me to change my focus from adults to children."

Working at Shelton

To Apply

  • Resumé
    (no need to submit for multiple positions)
  • Cover Letter
  • Specify the position(s)

We also occasionally accept interns at Shelton.

There are three ways to submit your information to our Human Resources Department:

  1. Email (preferred method) - send cover letter and resumé as a Word or PDF attachment to careers@shelton.org.
  2. Fax - cover letter and resumé to 972.426.6995
  3. Mail - cover letter and resumé to

Shelton School - Human Resources
15720 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75248-4161

We do not accept phone call inquiries about positions. Should we find that your qualifications meet the needs of a specific position, you will be notified for further followup. Please understand that we receive many resumés annually and we cannot interview every candidate.

Shelton School affirms equal employment opportunity and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability of an otherwise qualified individual, sexual orientation, membership or application for membership in a uniformed service, protected activity as defined by applicable law, or other category or characteristic protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance.

Current Openings

Development (position available)

Director of Capital Campaign and Major Gifts

The June Shelton School and Evaluation Center, located in Dallas, Texas, has announced its search for a Director of Capital Campaign and Major Gifts to begin as soon as possible. Founded in 1976, Shelton is a private, non-profit, non-denominational, co-ed school serving intelligent students with learning differences (LD) in grades EC through 12. While the school is clearly the centerpiece of its mission, Shelton is more than a school. It encompasses three other major components, open to the community—a speech and language therapy program, an evaluation center, and a teacher-training program. The School is accredited through Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, American Montessori Society, and International Structured Multisensory Language Council. Shelton has membership in a number of professional organizations and collaborates with major medical institutions in the Dallas area, including Children’s Medical Center and UT Southwestern Medical Center. Shelton is recognized worldwide as the leading educational institution for learning differences.

As a key member of the Development Office, the Director of Capital Campaign and Major Gifts will develop, manage and coordinate various campaign activities and work to further enhance programs that build a strong culture of philanthropy throughout the community. The successful candidate will help develop new community relationships and strengthen existing ones, build visibility, and cultivate leading external alliances for philanthropic support. The Director of Capital Campaign and Major Gifts will work closely with the Director of Development to ensure project and goal alignment.

Professional fundraising experience, strong communication skills, and a temperament that is attentive, persistent, and suited to serving people’s needs are imperative for the new Director of Capital Campaign and Major Gifts. It is also essential that s/he be wholeheartedly supportive of families who have children with learning differences.

Applications may be submitted now through November 15, 2017. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to The Education Group at either address below. For further information about the position and application procedures, please contact the School’s search consultants.

The Education Group

Gloria H. Snyder, Lead Search Consultant

Email: gloria@educationgroup.com / Phone: 214-906-7886

Karen A. Drawz, Senior Search Consultant

Email: karen@educationgroup.com / Phone: 214-535-7093

Upper School: 9th - 12th (positions available)

The following positions are full-time, 10-month starting August 2017:

  • Spanish Teacher Levels 1 -3
  • American Sign Language Teacher
    Levels 1 - 3

Substitute Teacher (positions available)

It helps us to know your preference of grade level(s) or subject(s). If you would like to work with us, please note the following:
  • All people who substitute for Shelton School must be on our master list of approved substitutes.
  • All people who wish to substitute at Shelton School must first submit a cover letter and resume to careers@shelton.org for review by the division heads and Human Resources Department.

Athletics (positions available)

Part-time, stipend only, must be willing to drive 14 passenger bus (no CDL required)

  • Middle School Boys Assistant Soccer Coach
  • Middle School Girls Assistant Soccer Coach

Nursing (position available)

Substitute Nurses

Shelton occasionally needs a substitute nurse. If you are a Registered Nurse and are interested, please submit your resumé and check our information on subbing at Shelton.

Lower School: EC - 2nd

no positions available at this time

Upper Elementary: 3rd - 5th

no positions available at this time

Middle School: 6th - 8th

no positions available at this time

Administration

no positions available at this time

Technology

no positions available at this time

Testing

no positions available at this time

Evaluation Center

no positions available at this time

Scholars Program

no positions available at this time

Together, some 250 employees collaborate to make Shelton a national resource center in the field of learning differences. When we add to the team, we seek people who set a high standard of professional and personal excellence.

Shelton is a great place to work, with competitive benefits, the best of which is working at Shelton!

Over 150 teachers comprise the heart of Shelton's instructional community, contributing to the nurturing atmosphere at school. Some 43% have advanced degrees. They have an average of 14.2 years' teaching experience. While other staff members' jobs are outside the classroom, they are never far removed from interaction with students. Aides, therapists, diagnosticians and administrators alike are in place to support teachers as they deliver the finest educational programming possible.

Shelton is more than a school. We also have opportunities in our

  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Evaluation Center
  • Teacher Training Department