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Marshall School provides a top-notch education for students and a fantastic work environment for faculty and staff. The opportunity to be involved in shaping the experiences of Hilltoppers makes for a rewarding workplace. Thank you for considering Marshall as the next step in your career.

When completing the online application form for any position, please be prepared to provide a letter of application, resume, transcripts (for teaching positions), and the names of three references.


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Currently Hiring:

Physical Education Teacher

Forest School Educator

Forest School (K-4th Grade) Assistant Educator and Literacy/Math Small Group Support


Employment inquiries should be directed to the individuals listed within each job description (if applicable).


Physical Education Teacher

Marshall School seeks a dynamic and versatile educator to teach physical education to students in grades 5-12. Marshall educators create learning environments that inspire, broaden perspective, form connections, develop agency, and build community. The successful candidate will incorporate high academic standards and student-centered learning experiences that develop students’ abilities to solve problems, communicate effectively, become engaged and ethical citizens, and develop resiliency. The school welcomes candidates who are committed to working collaboratively and forming meaningful connections with their students, with their colleagues, and with other community members.

Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree and experience preferred.  Please click here for more information about this position.

Interested candidates should click here to formally apply for this position.  Please upload and include a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and at least three professional references.


Forest School Educator


The Forest School at Marshall seeks an innovative and intuitive lead educator who brings an integrated approach to teaching and learning through a nature-based context. Candidates create learning environments that inspire, broaden perspective, form connections, and build community. In addition, candidates will have a strong knowledge base in social-emotional, mathematical, and literacy skills to provide instruction in support of students’ lines of inquiry and curiosity. Candidates guide experiential learning that promotes students’ ownership of design, documentation, and demonstration of learning targets to visibly highlight their growth and ability to reflect on their learning journeys. Educators need to be flexibly able to work individually and with a team of teachers to deliver large and small group instruction and individual student coaching. Strongest candidates demonstrate an ability to facilitate learning with strong, cross-curricular unit/lesson plans, build community and local connections, and help develop dynamic Forest School programming.

Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree and experience preferred.

Interested candidates should click here to formally apply for this position.  Please upload and include a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and at least three professional references.

Forest School Assistant Educator and Literacy/Math Small Group Support

Forest School assistant educators collaborate with a team of inspiring and innovative colleagues who aim to create the most effective, research-based learning environments for growing students’ physical, social, cognitive, linguistic, emotional, and spiritual selves. Assistant educators work with large and small groups of mixed-aged students, as well as working with students individually to support learning, build community, and create connections among students and nature. In addition to assisting lead educators in facilitating crew curriculum, the assistant teacher works with small groups of students during math and literacy time. These specialist times require lesson planning and execution of literacy and math skills. During most school days, Forest School assistant educators will be on campus from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Interested candidates should click here to formally apply for this position.  Please upload and include a cover letter, resume, and at least three professional references.


Coaching Positions

Oversee all aspects of the particular sport program within the bylaws of the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) and in line with the mission of Marshall School.  Developing a team culture that is in line with Marshall’s Mission Statement is required – this includes ethical behavior and respect for the game and our student-athletes.  Bachelor’s degree preferred, with 1-3 years coaching/playing experience at the high school level or above.

The successful Marshall Coach will be able to motivate our individual student-athletes and the team to perform at their highest levels by teaching individual skill development and strategic game planning. The coach will have excellent verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills, with the ability to perform multiple tasks and changing priorities without losing focus. CPR/First Aid and AED certification required (will train).


Regular Faculty

Marshall School seeks dynamic and versatile educators. Successful candidates possess a passion for teaching and learning, and a commitment to student-centered education. Marshall’s collaborative, student-centered environment requires a strong desire to work closely with students and colleagues in and out of the classroom.

In addition to teaching, successful candidates for Middle School and Upper School positions will also serve as a Crew leader for a smaller group of students overseeing academic progress, providing support and encouragement, and helping plan and ensure progress in grade-level programs.

Marshall teachers support the school’s mission emphasizing global citizenship, academic habits, and core values and play a significant role in developing curriculum and programs. The school welcomes candidates with a strong sense of teamwork, a facility with educational technology, and a desire to help shape the lives of youth who will make a difference in the world.

Bachelor’s degree required for all teaching positions; Master’s degree and experience preferred.



Employment Environment

Marshall is an equal opportunity employer committed to enriching education and promoting opportunity through a culturally diverse faculty, staff, and student body. Candidates of diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds, and persons with disabilities, are strongly urged to apply.


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Marshall School values and respects every individual and strives to create an inclusive, diverse, and equitable community where all feel respected and empowered.

Adopted April 28, 2010


The Marshall School community shares responsibility for the safety, inclusion, and well-being of all members. We nurture and protect an environment that is affirming and empowering of individual voices, life experiences, and perspectives. We commit to learning and growing through our daily actions and interactions. We seek always to value, respect, and uplift those around us.