Employment

WE ARE GROWING!  
Come join our outstanding team, educating enthusiastic K-12 students 
from across Cape Cod and the South Shore!

Cape Cod Academy is a dynamic and rewarding place to work and teach. Available positions are posted here. Except for jobs in the Buildings & Grounds Department, CCA does not use a standard application form. Individuals interested in teaching or administration are asked to send us a resume along with a cover letter detailing professional training, experience, and interest.

Cape Cod Academy is always looking for qualified and dedicated individuals interested in substitute teaching. Please send us a resume along with a cover letter detailing professional training, experience, and interest. 


Employment Opportunities

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  • Communications & Content Journalist

    Cape Cod Academy seeks an experienced writer & communications professional to support the school's storytelling and content marketing. Candidates should be equally skilled at writing press releases, website copy that captures our educational programs, advertisements, marketing materials, feature profiles, fundraising appeals, and stories for newsletters and magazines. Initially, this position will be full-time filling a short-term need. There will be room, however, for the position to evolve in response to the talent brought to bear by the right candidate.  Independent school or college experience will be a significant advantage. Candidates must be able to develop positive relationships with parents and colleagues. Flexibility, the ability to identify needs and opportunities, a drive to make a difference, and excellent communication and collaboration skills are essential to this position.  Bachelor's degree required.

    Please submit a cover letter and resume to Katie Newhall, Assistant to the Head of School at hiringfac@capecodacademy.org

    Cape Cod Academy fosters a life-long drive to learn, grow, and make a difference.
    • Cape Cod Academy is an EOE
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Cape Cod Academy considers applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, or any other category protected under state or federal law.