Positions Available

An Employment Application form is available at the following link: [Employment Application]. After filling out the application, please click "Save As" or print and save as a pdf and rename it. Confirm that the document is properly filled out with your information before submitting (e-mail submission is most preferred), and please include with your submission a cover letter and resume. Please address your e-mail transmission and cover letter to Kris McKinley, Human Resources, kmckinley@ahsmail.com, 801-642-0055. If we are interested in your application, we will contact you to set up an interview.

Second Grade Teacher (FT) (posted 1/27/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal elementary school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Fourth Grade Teacher (FT) (posted 3/18/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal elementary school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Fifth Grade Teacher (FT) (posted 1/4/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal elementary school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Seventh Grade Teacher (FT) (posted 1/27/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal elementary, middle or high school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Ninth Grade Core Teacher/Ancient World History/English Teacher (FT/PT) (posted 3/9/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal middle or high school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Eleventh Grade AP English Teacher and Writing Instruction (FT/PT) (posted 3/9/16): Minimum two-years' experience, preferably in formal middle or high school setting. Bachelors degree or higher preferred. Candidates must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive salary based upon experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement savings plan, life insurance, and professional development opportunities. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Payroll Clerk (full-time or part-time) (posted 4/26/16): In addition to assisting with the standard accounting cycles of accounts receivable, accounts payable, reconciliations, document archival, etc., this role will be primarily tasked with compliance-intensive tasks including bi-monthly payroll processing and quarterly and annual filings with the IRS and Utah State Tax Commission. A strong candidate will be familiar with accounting cycles, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office (particularly Excel); will possess good customer relations and other interpersonal skills; and will be detail-oriented. Prior work experience, relevant training, and educational credentials will be among the many factors considered in assessing a candidate’s ability to learn quickly and make a positive contribution. Given the priorities of this role, prior experience with in-house payroll processing will be especially valuable. In addition to demonstrating the ability to perform well in the clerk role, strong candidates will also demonstrate a desire to work in an LDS-based educational atmosphere and contribute toward the unique culture of American Heritage School. Salary will be based upon skill set and experience. Standard full-time benefits include health insurance, HSA-contribution matching, retirement-savings matching, basic life insurance, and child/grandchild tuition credit. Other benefits include working with wonderful faculty and staff, working at a beautiful campus directly across from the Mt. Timpanogos temple, and enjoying proximity to any children/grandchildren enrolled at the school.

Front Office Staff (PT/FT – (Posted 4/12/2016) Responsibilities include answering phone calls, filing, entering daily student attendance, assisting parents, students and visitors. Supporting the Principal and Assistant Principals by completing various projects. A warm inviting personality is preferred. Specific daily schedule will be discussed during the interview. Applications taken until position is filled.

K-6 Art Author for The Family School Curriculum(contract) (posted 4/19/16): We have opened a contractor position starting immediately through the 2017/18 school year. The successful candidate will (1) demonstrate significant background knowledge of art history, art criticism, and/or art production; (2) have availability to work 20+ hours per week from home during April through June 2016 (5–10 hours per week thereafter); (3) possess strong research and writing skills; and (4) have a love, understanding, and working knowledge of the Restored Gospel. Open until filled. email your employment application to Leland Anderson landerson@ahsmail.com, 801-642-0055.

Middle and High School Teacher’s Aides (PT/Hourly) (posted 1/4/16): Assist teachers with classroom management, grading, teaching, and general teacher and student support. Bachelor's degree and experience teaching in school settings are preferred, but not required. Will train the right candidate. Must have an enduring love of children and love of teaching. Must be supportive of the school’s LDS-oriented environment, and be willing and able to uphold and serve as a public representative of the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Position begins June 1 for Fall of 2016 and is open until filled.

Database Manager (FT/PT) (posted 3/2/16): The Database Manager will be responsible for ensuring the reliability and promoting the utilization of the school’s information management system. This includes providing training and support to parents, students, faculty, and staff. Some evening and weekend hours may also be required. Salary is commensurate with experience. A successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in an uplifting LDS environment with faculty and staff members who are passionate and committed to educating hearts and minds. Detailed Job Description

Volleyball Coach (PT/hourly): Two-years' coaching experience preferably in middle or high school setting. Must have an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel. Competitive hourly rate based upon experience. Position for Fall season of the 2016-17 school year. Applications are being accepted until the position is filled.

Cross Country Coach (PT/hourly): Two-years' coaching experience preferably in middle or high school setting. Must have an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel. Competitive hourly rate based upon experience. Position for 2016-17 school year. Applications are being accepted until the position is filled.

Open Teaching Positions (K-3, 4-6, 7-12, FT and PT) are posted as they become available. Applications, including cover letter and resume, are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year and may be submitted prior to open positions being announced. If you are interested in teaching at AHS apply early (January-April is ideal for upcoming fall)—even if you do not see an opening. Positions can be opened and filled quickly, sometimes in a matter of weeks, depending upon the school’s needs. We look forward to receiving your application!

On call, substitute teaching position applications are being accepted throughout the year. Must demonstrate an enduring love of youth, love of teaching, and love of the Restored Gospel, and be willing and able to uphold the AHS Mission, Honor Code, and Diversity Statement on and off campus. Competitive hourly wage based upon experience.


Non-discrimination Notice: American Heritage School does not discriminate against any employee, student, employee applicant, or student applicant because of race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical and/or mental disability. American Heritage School adheres to this non-discrimination policy with respect to all of its policies and programs, including educational programs, employment and admission programs, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. In keeping with the school’s religious orientation and purpose, as well as with the school’s desire to respect the dignity and diversity of individuals, the school affords equal opportunity in employment and admission on the basis of sexual orientation, but not on the basis of conduct. All members of the school community are required to comply with the American Heritage School Honor Code, which requires chastity outside of marriage, and fidelity in marriage, as further defined in The Family, A Proclamation to the World (“The Family Proclamation”), issued by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The school affirms the centrality of doctrines in The Family Proclamation relating to human sexuality and gender, as well as the sanctity and significance of marriage as the union of a man and a woman. The school, as is permitted by accreditation standards and regulations, prefers faithful members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in employment. American Heritage School also affirms that all people are equally beloved children of God and deserve to be treated with love and respect, and we recognize the critical importance of a safe campus environment for all students and employees.