Founded in 1959, CCES enrolls over 1,100 students in Primer (kindergarten) through grade twelve. CCES is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, offering 29 IB courses and is accredited by SAIS (Southern Association of Independent Schools). The Upper School also offers 22 AP courses and is a member of the Global Online Academy. As an Episcopal school, CCES is committed to developing the full range of students’ abilities and interests: intellectual, artistic, athletic, spiritual, and the critical character traits that ensure a satisfying life.
CCES is a smoke-free, drug-free workplace. Faculty hiring practices are in compliance with SAIS standards and NAIS Principles of Good Practice, as well as the principle of equal opportunity employment. It is the school's policy to employ staff, administrators, and faculty based on their qualifications, experience, knowledge, and ability to perform essential functions of the job. Decisions regarding recruitment, selection, placement, and transfers are based on job-related criteria without regard to the individual’s sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or any handicap unrelated to the individual’s ability to perform the essential functions of the job. All inquiries or concerns about equal opportunity employment should be directed to the Doug Qualls, Assistant Head for Finance and Operations, who serves as the equal opportunity employment officer for CCES.

Greenville, SC is the North American headquarters for Michelin and home to the BMW NA Plant and Visitor Center (the largest output of any BMW plant worldwide), the International Center for Automotive Research (ICAR), and Furman University. The Peace Center for the Arts is a hub for visiting performers, Broadway productions, and the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. The Bon Secours Wellness Center attracts such major artists as the Rolling Stones, James Taylor, and Elton John. Greenville offers a high quality of life in an internationally diverse community.

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  • Achievement Center

    Achievement Center Middle School Tutor (Part-time)

    Position Description:
    The Achievement Center seeks creative and knowledgeable part-time middle and/or school tutors to provide academic support for students in grades 5-9th in all academic subject areas. Tutors provide individual support to students through weekly scheduled appointments. Applicants must have at least 3 years tutoring experience and/or teaching experience. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Meet with students at the school for a total of 10-20 hours per week during Achievement Center hours (M-Th 7:45 am-5:00 pm, F 7:45 am-4:00 pm)
    • Encourage students to develop a systematic approach to studying concepts
    • Assist students with specific topics that require instructional support or warrant further exploration, review recent assignments, and work through problems or questions that require re-teaching
    • Utilize proven study aides or manipulatives to prepare students for upcoming tests and quizzes
    • Maintain ongoing communication with students, parents, and faculty members, including providing monthly progress reports.
    • Attend training sessions and meetings when necessary
    • Perform other duties consistent with the position of a Professional Tutor
    To apply, send a resume to Laura Bress, Tutor Coordinator, at
  • All School

    Substitute Faculty Member (Grades P-12)

    Carries out the absent teacher's prepared lesson plans. During a prolonged absence as defined by policy, the substitute is responsible for performing all essential functions identified in the absent teacher's job description, including lesson planning.

    These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

    • Follows the teacher's written lesson plans; consults with the administrative staff to resolve questions, concerns or before initiating any teaching or other procedures not specified by the absent teacher;
    • Complies with all building procedures and schedules; promotes the proper use and care of school property;
    • Teacher scheduled classes; prepares a written summary of work completed; communicates special situations or problems encountered with absent teacher; 
    • Upholds school policies and follows administrative procedures;
    • Promotes a favorable image of the school;
    • Implements effective student management procedures; maintains high standards and upholds the student conduct code;
    • Develops and maintains a positive learning environment; builds positive relationships with students;
    • Varies instructional techniques to address individual learning styles;
    • Provides guidance, communicates high expectations and shows an active interest in student progress; facilitates critical-thinking, problem-solving and creativity skills;
    • Works cooperatively with school faculty and staff;
    • Incorporates the effective use of technology in records management and instructional activities; upholds computer technology acceptable use policies;
    • Maintains accurate records and submits reports on time;
    • Respects personal privacy. Maintains confidentiality of privileged information;
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the administration in accordance with the school’s policies and practices.

    • Considerable knowledge of content, learning theory, and best practices.  
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
    • Ability to assume all the duties and responsibilities of the regular teacher.
    • Instructional technology skills and/or distance learning experience preferred.

    • Submit resume 
    • Completion of Safeguarding God’s People course provided by CCES
    • Professional references upon request

    Mr. David Johnstone, Head of Lower School,
    Mr. Hamilton parks, Head of Middle School,
    Mr. Wes Clarke, Head of Upper School,
  • Internships

    Summer Encounters Intern

    About Us

    CCES Summer Encounters is a day camp program in Greenville, SC. We host a comprehensive, diverse, and exciting collection of summer camp programs that provide meaningful opportunities for campers in (rising) grades K4 to 12. There are a total of 250 unique summer camps from May 29th to August 2nd held on the beautiful campus of Christ Church Episcopal School.

    We are looking for college interns to:
    ● provide support to the Summer Encounters staff as well as leadership and oversight to high school counselors and campers.
    ● support the Summer Encounters staff with daily operations,
    ● assist Camp Teachers during sessions,
    ● overseeing the growth and mentorship of high school counselors,
    ● and create a positive, fun environment for campers to explore and grow.

    An emphasis is put on developing the knowledge and skills needed to run the largest summer camp in South Carolina. Qualified candidates should be working toward a college degree and have experience working with children. This person should also possess good problem solving skills, have an upbeat personality, and work well with a team. Interns can expect to work 30-35 hours each week varying between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Compensation is paid hourly.

    ● Support Summer Encounters staff and take ownership of various weekly and daily operations/duties, developing camp management skill
    ● Supervise and mentor high school counselors
    ● Implement all Summer Encounters Guidelines for working with campers.
    ● Maintain professional relations with staff, teachers, campers and parents
    ● Participate in all training sessions, meetings, and Counselor Connect meetings.

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  • Lower School

    Late Stay Teacher

    The Lower School of Christ Church Episcopal School seeks an engaging individual to help oversee late stay activities.  Responsibilities include supervising and assisting children in Primer through 4th grade with their homework, monitoring children during free time activities, and maintaining a safe, appealing environment during all after school activities.  Qualified candidates should have a college degree and/or extensive experience working with children.  This person should also possess good problem solving skills, have an upbeat personality, work well with a team, and have an overall positive attitude. Hours are Monday through Friday from 2:45 - 5:45 p.m. and compensation is paid hourly. 
    Please send resumes to:
    Traci Weldie, Director of Auxiliary Programs at
  • Maintenance

    Director of Facilities Operations

    The Director of Facilities Operations supervises physical plant operations including utilities, energy management systems, custodial, and safety/security systems in order to provide a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment for students, faculty, and staff at CCES.
    The position is responsible for planning, scheduling, communication, facilitation, oversight, and coordination of all preventative maintenance, repairs, improvements, and renovation; new construction and presentation of all buildings and grounds; as well as strategic and daily oversight and leadership of the school’s security and custodial teams.
    It is important to note that CCES recently completed the most comprehensive study of its campus in its rich, six-decade history. The goal of the study was to assess what we have done and to craft a thoughtful, intentional, and realistic plan for the future—a plan that would be both achievable and sustainable. The plan covers not only the core seventy two acres upon which we have built experiences since 1971, but also the additional twenty two acres we have added in the past two years. The person selected for this critical role will help school leadership to think strategically about how we can better serve our community both today and tomorrow.

    Responsibilities and Duties/ Essential Functions

    • Researches new and best practices in the facilities management field and strategizes long-range departmental needs with the senior leadership team and collaborates closely with the Head of School and Senior Leadership Team to develop, implement, and oversee building projects and long-range campus plans.
    • Cultivates, manages, and maintains strong, positive relationships with outside contractors and vendors including arranging bids and developing specifications for all contractual work as extension of the maintenance team to cover the technological, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, pest control, generators, fire, life-safety, snow removal, landscaping and construction needs of the school for both ongoing and emergency situations.
      • Manages contracted services to ensure compliance with contractual agreements and budgetary restrictions as well as ensuring that work is coordinated among all areas of the School.
    • Monitors and stays within approved annual operating and capital budgets, plans physical plant improvements, and monitors maintenance reserves in order to make long-range capital equipment plans.
    • Oversees short and long-term annual capital and operating budget development and identifies facilities/maintenance operation area expenses and equipment needs for the school; coordinates the allocation of resources following budget approval.
    • Plans for future maintenance needs of buildings, grounds, and equipment to minimize disruptions to the successful operation of the school. Works to prevent deferred maintenance and to avert disruptions to operations.
    • Provides leadership for the Emergency Response team affecting school operations to ensure that safety standards and procedures are implemented, communicated, and followed. Works closely with school administration and staff to ensure school safety and security:
      • Maintains a full understanding of procedure and implementation of the Emergency Preparedness Manual at all times.
      • Organizes and coordinates with Administration, Faculty and Staff on the execution of safety drills which includes, Fire, Active Shooter Drills, etc.
      • Oversees the Campus Security Camera System to include its operation, camera positions, maintenance, repair, and system upgrades.
      • Maintains inventory, security, and issuance of keys to new employees as well as collection of keys upon termination of employment.
      • Ensures that existing safety and security protocols are monitored and updated as needed.
    • Supervises all maintenance, custodial, and security staff, providing training, support, assigning and directing work, evaluating performance, addressing concerns and resolving problems. These duties include procurement and the regular care for all buildings, external campus, and parking lots.
    • Collaborates with Assistant Head for Finance and Operations on all construction and/or renovation projects throughout campus.
    • Collaborates with other departments such as Instructional Technology, Security, Audio/Visual, and Division Heads regarding design definitions for in-house renovation and construction projects. This includes coordination and communication with the department of Strategic Marketing and Communications (SMAC) to ensure consistency, promotion, and preservation of the CCES brand.
    • Works closely with the Board of Trustees and Board committees in preparation for and during periodic meetings.
    • Utilizes technology to collect and analyze a variety of complex data and information, including utility cost and usage trends; performs statistical analyses; and provides multimodal reports for various constituencies.
    • Oversees scheduling and maintenance of the transportation fleet.
    • Demonstrates a high level of intercultural competence, an understanding of the diverse identities and cultures of independent school faculty, staff and students, and in developing and supporting inclusive communities.

    Work Environment and Physical Requirements

    Work is generally performed in both an office environment and an outdoor environment, with frequent interruptions and irregularities in the work. Frequent walking, standing, climbing, lifting, stooping, or carrying of equipment and materials may be required. Personnel may be exposed to extreme temperatures, close quarter situations, high and precarious places, moving mechanical parts, and vibrations.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Higher education degree preferred but not required.
    • Five years of professional custodial, grounds, and/or maintenance experience, including three years of supervisory experience with current experience in OAC facility oversight, in facility equipment and systems operations (chiller, steam boilers, hydraulic systems, building controls, electrical, air handlers, plumbing, landscaping), contractor management, and light building repairs.
    • Candidates must have a broad knowledge of applicable government, state, and local regulatory agencies standards.
    • SC Driver’s License is required.
    • Must be able to problem solve and to provide leadership, mentorship, and coaching to ensure ongoing, exceptional service.
    To apply, please send cover letter and resume to the following by Friday, October 6th, 2023:
    Doug Qualls, Assistant Head for Finance and Operations Christ Church Episcopal School
    245 Cavalier Dr. Greenville, SC 29607 Email:
  • Upper School

    Technology, Innovation, Design, Entrepreneurship, and Engineering Instructor

    Christ Church Episcopal School (CCES) seeks exceptional candidates for one or more positions of TIDE (Technology, Innovation, Design, Entrepreneurship, and Engineering) Instructor for the 2024-2025 school year.  We offer a highly-motivated, collaborative learning environment that amply supports teacher professional growth, nurtures student-teacher relationships, and develops creative and critical thinking skills in every student.  In addition, CCES currently offers a highly popular Middle School TIDE curriculum, aspires to build an innovative team to fulfill our vision for continuity from grades Primer-12, and plans to break ground on a 22,000 square foot TIDE Center in the near future as part of Phase 1 of our Campus Master Plan.  Responsibilities for this position could include various combinations of the following, based upon the skill set, passions, and curiosities of qualified candidates:
    • Teaching programming courses from an introductory semester programming elective to AP Computer Science (Java) and IB Computer Science;
    • Teaching enrichment courses in Robotics, Digital Electronics, Drone Operations, or Drone Technologies, or designing and proposing similar alternatives in fields such as Engineering Design and Fabrication, Emerging Technologies, 3D Modeling or Industrial CAD, Mobile Applications, Cybersecurity, or Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence;
    • Mentoring individual students through related passion projects to include Senior Capstone and Sophomore Project programs;
    • Partnering with other Science, Mathematics and TIDE Instructors to develop learning activities that enhance traditional curriculum and instruction;
    • Leveraging opportunities in the school calendar to develop special programs that highlight student inquiry, risk-taking and productive failure, and problem-solving;
    • Seeking professional partnerships and connecting with off-campus resources and experts in related fields to support student learning experiences; 
    • Leading student participation in regional Robotics events or competitions;
    • Advising a group of about 10 Upper School students of diverse interests and backgrounds
    Minimum requirements for this position include a Bachelors degree.  The ideal candidate will possess a Masters degree or several years of experience in related fields; bring resourcefulness toward impacting a wide variety of students; embrace the growth mindset required to model excellence in a dynamic independent school; possess a disposition to support students as they reflect, revise, and iterate their work; and demonstrate positive enthusiasm for working with students, parents, and colleagues. Salary will be competitive with a generous benefits package.  To apply, send resume, cover letter, and list of references to Head of Upper School Wes Clarke at
Christ Church Episcopal School (“CCES”) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at CCES. CCES does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, creed, religion, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, scholarship or other programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs and activities.