Our teachers and staff are gifted, called, and committed to the Wilberforce mission. They model the integration of faith and learning, and affirm the spiritual truths that our students learn at home and at church. At Wilberforce we believe in educating the whole student -- mind, body, and soul -- to form a vibrant community of learners. Our faculty are also the leaders of our community of learners, modeling our growth mindset philosophy, and inviting our students to join them in a lifelong love of learning.
Join our community of learners!
- Profile of a Wilberforce Teacher
- Steps to Apply for Faculty Positions
- Middle School/Upper School Humanities Teacher (full-time)
- Upper School Calculus Teacher (part-time or full-time)
- Upper School Physics Teacher (full-time or part-time)
- Middle/Upper School Bible & Theology Teacher (part-time)
- Substitute Teacher
* Currently open positions - updated October 20, 2021
Teachers here are passionate about the subjects they teach, as well as the opportunity they have to influence the lives of our students. Leo Yoon, Middle & Upper School Head
Wilberforce is in compliance with federal, state, and local law in its belief and practice that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunity. Accordingly, the school conducts its employment practices without regard to race, color, gender, ancestry, national origin, physical disability, mental disability, age, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local discrimination laws. The school’s equal employment opportunity practices extend to recruitment, hiring, selection, compensation, transfer, promotion, training, discipline, and all other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. All employees are responsible for complying with the School’s equal employment opportunity policy. The school reserves the right to use religion as a bona fide occupational hiring criterion, due to the mission and nature of our school as a faith-based institution, and in full compliance with all laws. The school reserves the right established by New Jersey law to follow the tenets of its religion in establishing employment criteria.