The Emery/Weiner School seeks qualified, progressive, energetic, faculty members from diverse backgrounds for grades 6 through 12. Preference is given for experience and advanced degrees. The School does not discriminate in employment against any individual on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race, color, national or ethnic origin, genetic information, religion, or age.

The School offers a wide range of benefits and opportunities to eligible faculty and staff, including:
Competitive salaries based on experience, degree, and performance
  • Financial assistance with moving expenses
  • Two health insurance programs
  • Prescription drug plan
  • Dental and vision care insurance
  • Disability and life insurance
  • A flexible spending plan
  • A 403(b) retirement annuity plan with School matching
  • Professional development support
  • Free Cafeteria Lunch
  • A computer for each full time faculty member
  • An average class size of 15 students
  • Active community service and experiential learning programs
  • Middle School faculty have average teaching load of 5 classes plus advisory and activity sponsorship. Upper School faculty teach 5 classes plus Chavaya and may be asked to supervise independent studies or special projects, sponsor a club or activity, or chaperone field trips
Houston’s low cost of living, moderate climate, world-class arts, cuisine, entertainment, openness to families, recreational opportunities, and rich cultural diversity make it an excellent place to work and live.

Current Openings

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  • Associate Technical Theatre Director

    Job Title: Associate Technical Theatre Director               
    Department: Fine Arts
    Reports to: Head of Upper School
    Classification: Exempt
    Status: Full-Time
    Date: August 2019

    Job Summary:
    The Emery/Weiner School is seeking a full-time Associate Technical Theatre Director for the 2019-20 school year. Under the supervision of and in coordination with the Technical Director, this position will support the technical and production needs, primarily in the area of scenic construction and painting, for the school and associated events. This individual will assist in scenic and prop construction, painting, installations, lighting, sound, video, and rigging needs, supervise student crews, provide venue support for productions and other events, and contribute to general technical support of the theatre venues. Applicants should have a degree in technical theatre or comparable experience working on theatrical productions, with demonstrated proficiency in theatrical scenery construction, painting, rigging, theatrical lighting work including the hang and focus of lighting instruments, and sound and video equipment setup and troubleshooting. Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. Must be comfortable working at heights (ladders, genie lifts, catwalks, and scaffolding), be able to lift 50 lbs, and be able to stand for long periods of time.
    Qualified applicants are asked to submit a letter of interest, current resume, and the names and contact information for three references to Walker Fair, Technical Theatre Director at, and are encouraged to learn more about our school at