Careers at Marymount

Marymount of Santa Barbara does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnic origin, national origin, ancestry religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or economic or social circumstances.
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Application Procedure

If you are interested in a career at Marymount, review the available positions or send in a letter of intent to: careers@marymountsb.org

Interested faculty applicants must submit:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of Educational Philosophy

Professional staff or non-academic position must submit:

  • Professional Resume References 
  • References (upon request)

Open Positions Available

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  • 2021-2022 5th Grade Co-Lead Teacher Position

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  • 2021-2022 Director of Facilities & Operations

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  • 2021-2022 Junior Kindergarten (Preschool) Teacher Position

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  • 2021-2022 Long Term Kindergarten Substitute Teacher (Maternity Leave)

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  • 2021-2022 MS Spanish or World Languages Teacher Position

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  • Substitute Teachers - In Person

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Marymount Faculty & Staff

Employees at Marymount are devoted to the School and to its students and their families. Teachers relish the freedom to create their classroom and work environments. Faculty and staff alike are encouraged and empowered to use their creativity to engage with students and each other to enjoy an environment that promotes life-long learning for all.

Marymount of Santa Barbara is fully accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools, and a member in good standing with the National Association of Independent Schools, and Educational Records Bureau. Marymount of Santa Barbara also holds memberships with CSEE (Center for Spiritual & Ethical Education, AISAP (Association of Independent School Admissions Professionals) and The HEADS Network.

Living and Working in Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara is approximately 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Known as the “American Riviera” because of its similarity to Mediterranean geography and climate, the city offers spectacular views of the Santa Ynez Mountains, the ocean and the Channel Islands. It is a popular tourist and resort destination and its economy includes non- profit, education, technology, and health sectors. Local colleges, universities and health care facilities are major employers and bring a wealth of opportunities and resources to the community. Santa Barbara residents enjoy the best of many worlds: a friendly, small-town atmosphere with laid-back California charm, a beautiful natural environment, a city preserved and protected from overdevelopment, and the entertainment and culture of a sophisticated city.

The city boasts numerous performing art venues, including several historic theaters and the Santa Barbara Bowl, an amphitheater nestled in a picturesque canyon. Mission Santa Barbara is maintained as an active place of worship, a tourist attraction and national historic landmark. Onshore breezes create an idyllic climate with comfortable temperatures, warm winters, and cool summers. Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, the area provides ready access to the unspoiled wilderness in the rugged Santa Ynez Mountains, as well as miles of pristine, sandy Pacific Ocean beaches. Traveling is convenient with major airlines serving Santa Barbara Airport, a centrally located Amtrak station, and U.S. Route 101 as the major north-south highway.