Employment Opportunities

To be considered for an interview, candidates must submit a resume and cover letter along with other materials requested. We will keep your information on file for future employment opportunities.  If you have questions about employment at MSMS, please contact Senior Executive Assistant Donna Glasgow at dglasgow@themsms.org.

The Executive Assistant works under the supervision of the Executive Director and is located in the Executive Director’s Office. The primary responsibilities include managing data and reports, assisting with outreach, and coordinating and scheduling activities at the central office level. This individual works alongside the Senior Executive Assistant to carry out the daily activities of the Executive Director’s Office. To learn more, click here

The successful candidate will be prepared to teach advanced biology courses, including but not limited to dual enrollment biology and/or AP biology. To learn more, click here.

The successful candidate will be prepared to teach advanced chemistry courses, including but not limited to dual enrollment chemistry, AP chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and/or organic chemistry. To learn more, click here

The successful candidate will be prepared to teach a range of advanced mathematics courses including pre-calculus, dual enrollment calculus, AP calculus, and/or linear algebra. To learn more, click here

The successful candidate will be prepared to teach dual credit introductory Engineering, as well as other engineering specialty courses including robotics. Final teaching assignments will depend upon student needs, but this position does include working with our award-winning robotics team. Qualification to teach in another STEM subject is highly desirable. To learn more, click here

 The primary responsibility is creating and maintaining a favorable public image. In addition, this person will find creative ways to tell the MSMS story to various constituents. To learn more, click here.

This is a full-time, live-in position. The main responsibility of the Residence Hall Director is to develop and maintain a residential environment that is safe and conducive to learning. To learn more, click here.

This is a live-in position. RAs serve as floor/area leaders and mentors for approximately 30-35 residents. The position requires a candidate who will develop and implement programs, counsel with students, and discipline residents as needed. To learn more, click here.