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Founded in 1995, Trinity School is a community convinced that a vibrant Christian faith fosters a rich and deep education. The Christian education we offer here involves the education of the whole person, created in God's image: We honor the life of the mind through the pursuit of deep understandings. We practice good habits and give students a moral framework for their lives. And we seek to awaken the imagination of students, so that their lives are full of wonder and awe at the works of God and the glories of human culture. A Christian school is well-poised to sustain an education in truth, goodness, and beauty. We invite you to read more about this in Trinity’s mission statement. The faculty and staff of Trinity School bring their unique skills and passions and their love for students to the challenging and rewarding work of education. We take delight in our calling to serve God together at Trinity.

Trinity is accredited by Christian Schools International and the Southern Association of Independent Schools and is a member of the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools.

As a condition of employment, candidates must pass a background screening and a complete reference check.

Trinity is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant for employment with Trinity shall be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, or age.

Full-Time Employment Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Matching retirement
  • Immediately vested
  • Tuition remission
  • After-school program faculty discount
  • Flex medical savings
  • Professional development
  • Weekly worship service
  • Peer-to-peer mentoring
  • iPad and/or laptop for faculty and staff

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Available Positions at Trinity School

Below are our current open positions. In addition to completing our online application, we request that all applicants submit a cover letter and current resume. Additionally, it is recommended that faculty applicants include college transcripts and licensure certifications.

Applicants for positions at Trinity are asked questions about Trinity’s mission and doctrinal commitments.

Expanded Mission Statement

The mission of Trinity School is to educate students in transitional kindergarten to grade twelve within the framework of Christian faith and conviction—teaching the classical tools of learning; providing a rich yet unhurried curriculum; and communicating truth, goodness, and beauty.

At Trinity School we seek to create a community in which there is delight in learning and an atmosphere that encourages the sort of intellectual, moral, and aesthetic development that is fitting for those who bear the image of God. We want to challenge our students in a way that stimulates their natural curiosity, guiding their discovery toward personal, intellectual, and spiritual growth.

We offer a more detailed explanation of some of the distinctives of our school here.

Education is primarily the responsibility and privilege of parents, and Trinity School seeks to enter into a partnership with our parents toward the goal of an excellent education. Our aim is to support families by bringing our special resources to bear to help them attain their educational and spiritual goals. To this end, we encourage each family to be actively involved in their child's life as a Trinity student, and we look forward to working together to develop this community of learning called Trinity School.

Read Trinity’s Expanded Mission Statement.

Doctrinal Commitments
Trinity School is a Christian school, dedicated to a vision of education that is rooted in the Triune God. As an independent school, without institutional ties to any church or denomination, we remain committed to what C.S. Lewis called “mere Christianity”: “no insipid inter-denominational transparency, but something positive, self-consistent, and inexhaustible.” We hold to those truths that have united Christians through the ages, across the boundaries of time, place, race, denomination, and tradition:

  • The only true God, the almighty Creator of all things, existing eternally in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—full of love and glory.
  • The unique divine inspiration, entire trustworthiness, and authority of the Bible.
  • The value and dignity of all people: created in God’s image to live in love and holiness, but alienated from God and each other because of our sin and guilt, and justly subject to God’s wrath.
  • Jesus Christ, fully human and fully divine, who lived as a perfect example, who assumed the judgment due sinners by dying in our place, and who was bodily raised from the dead and ascended as Savior and Lord.
  • Justification by God’s grace to all who repent and put their faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.
  • The indwelling presence and transforming power of the Holy Spirit, who gives to all believers a new life and new calling to obedient service.
  • The unity of all believers in Jesus Christ, manifest in worshiping and witnessing churches making disciples throughout the world.
  • The victorious reign and future personal return of Jesus Christ, who will judge all people with justice and mercy, giving over the unrepentant to eternal condemnation but receiving the redeemed into eternal life.

Current Employment Opportunities

Activity Bus Driver (Part-Time)

Trinity School has an immediate opening for activity bus drivers to transport students to and from athletic events and occasional field trips. Applicants should possess a valid NC CDL and have a clean driving history. The ideal candidate will have experience in driving a 40+ passenger bus and will have a genuine passion and enthusiasm for students.

To apply for this position, click on the button below entitled “Apply for This Position” and attach a cover letter and resume with your application.


Facilities Technician (Part-Time)

Facilities Technician (Part-Time)

Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill is currently seeking a facilities technician. This part-time position will begin immediately and is a year-round position. Normal hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Monday through Friday with occasional special-event hours, and 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. when the facilities manager is away. The responsibilities of the facilities technician mainly center on the maintenance and minor repair of the interior and exterior of Trinity's campus and assisting the facilities manager.

Please see the job description below for specific details of the position. The ideal candidate will have a high school or equivalent degree, experience reflecting the ability to perform the duties listed in the job description, and problem-solving skills, along with a “make it happen” attitude.

Qualified candidates who would like to apply should click on the button below entitled “Apply for This Position” and attach a cover letter and resume with their application.

Facilities Technician

Part-time (approximately 20–25 hours a week) for 12 months.

General Responsibilities:
To perform the day-to-day duties required to maintain a clean and safe environment, supporting the faculty, staff, and students in a way that is consistent with Trinity’s mission and commitment to education.

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Maintenance and minor repairs of the interior and exterior of the school, including

  • Opening the campus in the morning
  • Working with the Advancement Office staff on special events
  • Making minor repairs, including carpentry, drywall, and plumbing
  • Assisting in the maintenance of the campus grounds and parking lot
  • Completing assigned SchoolDude tasks
  • Maintaining relationships with our subcontractors
  • Carrying out daily inspections of the property, including playgrounds and parking lots
  • Being professional and courteous to employees, students, and families
  • Participating on the Security Alarm list
  • Carrying out other duties as necessary

The ideal candidate will be experienced and self-motivated, with problem-solving skills and a "make it happen" a ttitude.

Necessary Physical Capabilities:

  • Lift 50 lbs.
  • Use a backpack blower
  • Climb a ladder
  • Operate a golf cart

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Substitute Teachers

Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill has an ongoing need for qualified substitute teachers.

Serving as a substitute teacher involves the instruction, supervision and training of individuals or groups of students in a regular education setting. Substitutes work closely with the division director and lead teacher to plan and deliver a Christian education. Substitutes are charged with delivering lessons, organizing student work, maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, and communicating daily with the division director and classroom teacher. Proficiency in maintaining efficient classroom management skills and establishing close and personal relationship with pupils on a daily basis are also expected.


  • 21 years of age or older
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, Associate’s degree acceptable
  • Previous experience working with children in a structured setting
  • North Carolina Professional Educator certification desired


  • Ability to comply with written and or oral instructions
  • Ability to create an efficient working relationship with other personnel
  • Ability to multitask and be flexible
  • Ability to provide a safe and secure learning environment
  • Ability to encourage and inspire children

To apply, click on the “Apply for a position at Trinity button below to access our Trinity Employment Application. Substitute teacher candidates do not need to complete the full application. (See the application for details.) Attaching a resume would be helpful but not required.

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Upper School Humanities Teacher (Part-Time)

Trinity seeks a part-time teacher to teach its Upper School Ancient Civilizations Humanities class. It may be possible to add other advertised positions to this part-time one.

Trinity’s Humanities courses provide a fully integrated study of history, English, and the Bible for the freshman (Ancient Civilizations), sophomore (Western Studies), and junior years (American Studies), deep understandings of the interconnectedness of ideas, culture, and events, and a rich engagement as developing writers and thinkers. Primary and secondary historical sources and literature in the form of novels, plays, and poetry form the spine of the program’s study, and these are supplemented by study of music and art from within and beyond the relevant time periods. Humanities classes meet six 70-minute periods weekly—twice the amount of time allotted to most other disciplines—and students receive one credit in history and one in English for each Humanities course completed.

The courses’ literature, interwoven with the themes (1) God, Philosophy, and Truth, (2) Government and Politics, (3) Social Structure (4) the Impact of Technology and Science, and (5) Art and Aesthetics, includes a variety of novels, plays, and poetry, helps students interconnect and deepen their understandings of ideas and themes, and often serves as the focus of the courses’ frequent and varied writing assignments. The courses also include the study of grammar and vocabulary. The courses integrate the Bible into the five overarching themes, and students study it as a document written within specific historical contexts so that they can appreciate it as both a sacred text and as a primary source.

Humanities goals include deepened fluency in the interconnectedness of ideas and the events that shape them; a rich understanding of historical cultures and their impact on the present; the continued development of persuasive, compelling prose; the solidification of grammar skills; the continued development of a broad and sophisticated vocabulary; refined abilities to read texts closely and analytically; and deepened skill in critical and creative thinking.

Qualities sought for this position include successful experience as an English or history teacher; rich and broad knowledge of literature, history, and scripture; love for writing; superb writing skills; skill at facilitating seminar-style discussions and interconnected “big questions”, running writing workshops and using instructional technologies; skill at differentiating learning and assessments; and a delight in teenagers. Substantial study of the humanities at the undergraduate and graduate levels and an active life as a reader and writer are preferred. Candidates should possess a minimum of a bachelor's degree.

In Trinity’s young but fast-growing Upper School community, camaraderie, collaboration, showing up for student events, enthusiasm for Trinity’s mission, and pitching in for the good of each other and our students are high values. Trinity also values faculty who are involved in school life beyond the classroom and, therefore, applicants who can coach, advise a club, or otherwise enrich our vibrant community.

This position is for the 2018–2019 school year and will begin in August 2018.

To apply for this position, click on the button below entitled “Apply for This Position” and attach a cover letter and resume with your application.


Second Grade Teacher

Second Grade Teacher

Trinity School seeks a full-time Second Grade teacher. Minimum qualification for this position is a Bachelor of Arts in Education, and a State Teacher’s Certification is highly desirable. Applicants should have a strong understanding of early childhood development, possess a strong foundation in reading, writing and mathematical skills, have used differentiated instruction in these skill areas and have some knowledge and experience with instructional technology.

Job description:

  • Serve as lead teacher in 2nd grade classroom
  • Create lessons and assessments
  • Attend faculty meetings and professional development meetings
  • Communicate regularly with administrators and parents
  • Maintain gradebook and prepare student progress reports

The following abilities are important:

1. A passion for shepherding a young child's heart.

2. A delight in teaching and learning about nature and history.

3. A desire to provide a learning environment that encourages questions and exploration.

4. A willingness to partner with parents.

5. A value of collaboration and camaraderie with colleagues.

6. A pursuit for professional development and opportunities.

7. An enthusiasm for Trinity's unique mission and putting it into practice.

Embracing the pleasures of childhood, loving to learn, and being a member of a growing community are important values for candidates to possess.

To be considered, qualified candidates should attach a cover letter, resume and any other supportive documents such as college transcripts and certifications to the Trinity application. .


Upper School Science Teacher (Part-Time)

Upper School Science Teacher (Part-Time)

Trinity's Upper School seeks a part-time science teacher to teach two sections of 9th Grade Physics and a 12th Grade Science Elective (Fall semester: Ecology and Spring semester: Environmental Studies).

While we prefer that one person teach all of these classes, candidates may apply separately to teach the physics or the Ecology and Environmental Studies classes.

We seek candidates knowledgeable about these areas of science who are excited about the rapidly expanding STEM resources available to educators and using them to engage teenagers; who value Trinity's inquiry-based pedagogies; and who possess knowledge of and interest in instructional technologies to enhance the students’ learning experiences.

Trinity faculty teach within the framework of Christian faith and conviction, and the science faculty are excited to help students appreciate the way science reveals God’s presence in His creation and inspires one to search for greater understanding of its mystery as well as to appreciate the connectedness that is the beauty of His work. Science creates and interprets a language by which the natural world can be explored and understood, and Trinity science faculty teach this language in such a way that it imparts wonder and understanding of the fundamental truth, goodness and beauty that are present and waiting to be discovered in God’s creation. A student’s time spent in the study of science at Trinity fosters the importance of deep knowledge of the subject matter in order to draw valid and well-supported conclusions. In the end, the mission of the science curriculum is to produce graduates who are scientifically literate, and who possess the knowledge necessary to be critical thinkers who can thoughtfully engage in the scientific issues of society. Trinity graduates who pursue a vocation in science are well trained to be true to the rigor of this discipline while at the same time upholding all that is wondrous about God’s creation.

Candidates should possess at minimum a bachelor's degree, preferably in physics or biology, and delight in being with and teaching teenagers and embrace the science department’s mission. Advanced study in this field or engineering is preferred, along with proven experience as a secondary-level teacher. In Trinity's young but fast-growing Upper School community, camaraderie, collaboration, showing up for student events, enthusiasm for Trinity's mission and pitching in for the good of each other and our students are high values. Trinity also values faculty who are involved in school life beyond the classroom and, therefore, applicants who can coach, advise a club, or otherwise enrich our vibrant community.

To apply for this position, click on the button below entitled “Apply for This Position” and attach a cover letter, resume and any other supporting documents (transcripts, licenses, certifications, etc.) you wish to add with your application.


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