Job Opportunities

The German Saturday School Boston invites applications for open teaching positions for the school year 2022/23.  

Classes take place on 30 Saturdays from September through May from 9:30am to 12:30pm at the Diamond Middle School in Lexington.  

Some afternoon attendance for faculty meetings is required. 

Our school currently teaches more than 430 students from pre-K through 12th Grade. Our older students may take internationally recognized standardized tests – from the basic IVA A2 through the advanced DSD (=Deutsches Sprachdiplom) exams for those students who perform at the highest language proficiency level. 


  • native or native-like fluency in German  
  • language teaching experience and a teaching degree 
  • a flexible personality and a love for teaching 

Contact Name: Claudia Bonmassar

Contact email for questions:

January 2022:

Open Positions for After School & Camp Teachers at German International School Boston

German International School Boston is a bilingual independent school serving students aged 2.9 to grade 12. Learning at GISB is a multilingual, multicultural experience; graduates earn both a U.S. high school diploma and a German international Abitur. In addition to its international focus, GISB’s urban location, commitment to affordability, and highly-involved family community make it a special place to learn and grow. GISB is an equal opportunity employer, providing generous benefits and a collegial, international work environment to a dedicated faculty and staff. Please visit

After School & Camp Teachers:
Part-time and Benefits Eligible Beginning in January 2022, the After School & Camp Teacher will support our preschool program and offer a range of enrichment opportunities, adventure, and fun to our students. Teachers in the after school program work Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 6:00 and during vacation camps, including one week of February camp, one week of April camp, and one week of summer camp. This is a salaried and benefits-eligible position offering excellent benefits, including paid vacation and the opportunity to work additional camp weeks at the rate of $30.30/hour. We have a 20 hour position (daily 2:00 – 6:00) as well as a 10 – 12 hour position (daily 2:00 – 4:15) open for January 2022 and a 20 hour position (daily 2:00 – 6:00) open for March 2022.


  • Plan and lead activities in areas such as arts & crafts, cooking, and science.
  • Guide students in their development of interpersonal and meta-cognitive skills.
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment for students and staff, including strict adherence to federal,
    state and GISB health guidelines, including social distancing, masking, cleaning, and ventilation.
  • Remain flexible and creative in the face of new challenges.


  • AA or BA in Early Childhood or Elementary Education, or equivalent experience.
  • Experience and enthusiasm for teaching and children.
  • German-speaking ability is preferred but not required.

GISB BENEFITS (for 20 hours or more)

  • Generous Paid Time Off, including vacation, sick leave, and holidays;
  • Excellent healthcare and dental benefits (50% premium covered by the school);
  • Retirement account with immediate employer match;
  • Flexible Spending Accounts: healthcare, childcare, transportation/parking;
  • Tuition remission for dependent children; and
  • Professional development opportunities and reimbursement.

Classification: Exempt, part-time
Start Date: ASAP
Reports to: Director of Co-Curricular Programs
Contact: Please send a resume and cover letter to

GISB is committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis including, but not limited to: race; color; religion; national origin; genetic information; ancestry; sex; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; marital status; sexual orientation; gender identity; age; physical or mental disability; citizenship status; veteran status; military service; application for military service; or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law. The School will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities, in accordance with applicable law.