CAIS as a Workplace
As affirmed at the highest level by our Board of Trustees, CAIS is dedicated to attracting, developing, rewarding and retaining a world-class faculty. The school administration puts a high priority on advances in compensation, benefits, and work climate.
Current Job Openings
Descriptions for open positions are available for download below. We encourage anyone interested in working at CAIS in any capacity to contact us and send a resume, even if there is not a current opening that matches your experience and skillset. We maintain and manage an active file of prospective candidates. If an appropriate opening occurs you will be considered. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘interested in exploring employment at CAIS.’”
Please follow the submission requirements in the below job posting to ensure your resume is processed correctly. Solicited resumes will be reviewed by the position’s hiring committee. If the committee identifies a possible match in skills and experience, you will be contacted. Please no calls.
In addition to a very competitive benefits package and robust professional development opportunities, CAIS’s extremely supportive parent community has also funded numerous initiatives to enhance the quality of life for teachers. Examples include commuting cost assistance and the China Faculty Institute providing CAIS lead teachers trips to China.
“The funds provided by the Susan T. Cheng Teachers’ Quality of Life Fund have made a significant improvement in my daily commute. First of all, since I commute from Oakland, the cost of the commute can be as high as $250 per month, and prior to the commuter benefits, that represented a serious chunk of money out of my budget. Prior to the allocations of funds, I started earlier each day and either caught a ride to BART, walked, or rode my bike in order to save money. Now that this is not an issue, I leave the house without a thought about how I might conserve funds, and just catch the bus. You may be thinking, “wait, wasn’t he getting more exercise by walking or biking before we provided the funds?” That occurred to me, too, but as it turns out, I find that I go on a longer walk with my dog in the morning and the evening, and thus get just as much exercise as before. So, the commuter benefit has lessened my expense, increased the convenience and reliability of my commute…and made Buster (my dog) happier and healthier!”—Jack Crow, Middle School Teacher