Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Dorm Hall Coordinator 

The Alabama School of Math and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Residential Hall Coordinators for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties  include: implementing the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, supervise Resident Assistant, student developmental programming, organizing floor activities, maintaining order in dorms, responding to and implementing disciplinary processes, providing basic counseling, advising students, and managing school after hours. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Requirements: BA, valid and violation free Alabama driver’s license, and background check. Competitive pay and state benefits package. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@asms.net.

Dorm Resident Assistant 

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Resident Assistants for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties: work with Hall Coordinators, implement the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, chaperone activities, drive students to activities off campus. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Requirements: Min. 2 years college or currently pursuing a degree, valid and violation free Ala. driver’s license, and background check. Monthly salary paid every 2 weeks. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@asms.net.

English Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential high school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a full-time instructor to teach a combination of English courses.  Position will teach highly motivated high school students in an advanced college prep program. The successful candidate will develop and implement a program of instruction that is consistent with state guidelines but is attentive to the needs of academically talented students.  Courses at ASMS are taught at the college freshman or sophomore level or higher. Requirements: Master’s degree and teaching experience, Ph.D. preferred.  Excellent state benefits package and competitive salary. Position will begin in August 2019. Open until filled. Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to jobs@asms.net.

Personal Counselor

The Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking a Personal Counselor to work a flexible schedule and be part of an on call rotation. Duties include: Be proactive in meeting mental health needs of students, serve as a referral source for students needing more intensive therapy, participate in intervention meetings, and provide educational programming. Requirements: Masters degree in a counseling field and LPC licensure. Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Ability to work as a member of a team. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@asms.net.

History Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential STEM high school, has an opening for a full-time history instructor starting in August 2019. Preferred: Ph.D. in history or a related field and teaching experience (must have at least a master’s degree in history or a related field). This position has a four-class load for each term of a trimester system. Excellent vacation and state benefits package. In the past, ASMS has offered courses in Economics, Government, and various other history courses. There may be opportunities for developing elective courses that reflect an instructor’s qualifications and research interests. Please submit CV and cover letter by July 31 to jobs@asms.net.

Physics Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential STEM high school, has an opening for a full-time physics instructor starting in August 2019. Preferred: Ph.D. in physics and teaching experience (must have at least a master’s degree in physics or a related field). This position has a three-class load for each term of a trimester system. Please submit CV and cover letter by July 30 to jobs@asms.net. Excellent vacation and state benefits package. In the past, ASMS has offered courses in Introduction to Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics, Astronomy, and Robotics. There may be opportunities for developing elective courses that reflect an instructor’s qualifications and research interests.

Spanish Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential high school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a full-time instructor to teach a combination of Spanish courses.  Position will teach highly motivated high school students in an advanced college prep program. The successful candidate will develop and implement a program of instruction that is consistent with state guidelines but is attentive to the needs of academically talented students.  Courses at ASMS are taught at the college freshman or sophomore level or higher. Requirements: Master’s degree and teaching experience, Ph.D. preferred.  Excellent state benefits package and competitive salary. Position will begin in August 2019.  Open until filled. Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to jobs@asms.net.

Weekend Receptionist

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking two (2) part-time weekend receptionists. The Typical Work Schedule will be Friday/Saturday 4:00 pm – midnight or Saturday/Sunday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, but flexible as needed. Duties: facilitate check in/out procedures, serve as first point of contact for ASMS, be familiar with a and implement emergency procedures as needed, monitor student behavior in common areas. Requirements: High school diploma,  two to five years of experience as a receptionist in an office environment with the ability to operate a multi-line telephone system preferred. To apply, send cover letter and resume to jobs@asms.net.


It is the policy of the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science to not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship (other than a person not authorized to work in the U. S.), age, disability, veteran status, or other proscribed category, in its educational programs, activities, or employment policies, as required by local, state, and federal policies and laws. This policy applies to all aspects of employment including selection, compensation, assignment, promotions, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training. Inquiries or complaints regarding compliance with applicable laws may be directed to Dr. Scarlette Studdard, Director of Human Resources and Operations.