Join the Lyndon Institute Team

Candidates interested in any available position at Lyndon Institute should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

Kilee Willey
Human Resources Director
PO Box 127
Lyndon Center, VT  05850  
Fax: 802-535-3728  
[email protected]

Employment Application

Lyndon Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to comply with all applicable federal and state laws related to fair employment practices. To the extent required by these laws, Lyndon Institute does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, age, marital/civil union status, national origin, sexual orientation, place of birth, military/uniformed service or veteran status, disability, genetic information, having a positive test result on an HIV related blood test or other legally-protected classification.

There are 3 jobs available.
  • Substitute Teachers
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    Lyndon Institute is adding to its substitute teacher roster!


    We are looking for individuals that enjoy working with adolescents, are well organized, have a calm demeanor, have familiarity with Microsoft Office and Google tools, have the ability to work independently, and have excellent interpersonal skills. We have increased our pay rates for half and full days!

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  • Bus Driver - $500 SIGN-ON BONUS
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    Lyndon Institute, a comprehensive independent high school in northeastern Vermont, is seeking applications for Bus Drivers. There is a $500 dollar sign-on bonus and the cost to obtain a CDL Class B School Bus Endorsement will be covered if needed. The right candidates will have the responsibility of a designated bus route in the morning and afternoon of school days. With the possibility of additional driving throughout the day and or on weekends for field trips, sports, etc.  Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check, fingerprinting, and physical.

    Transport children to and from school in the mornings and afternoons
    Maintain a clean and mechanically-sound bus at all times
    Obey all traffic laws
    Perform pre/post trip inspections of the bus or vehicle
    Ensure the safety of students at all times

    High school diploma or GED
    Clean Class B License with air brakes, Passenger & School bus endorsements
    Familiar with DOT rules and requirements
    At least 21 years of age
    Minimum 3 years’ Bus driving experience

    Skills & Abilities:
    Strong organizational & time management skills
    Positive attitude with a professional appearance
    Willingness to learn and be coached as needed
    Good verbal communication skills
    Work well with others as a team member

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  • Science Teacher; Department Chair
    Start Date: 08/17/2020
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    Lyndon Institute is hiring for a Science Teacher; Department Chair!


    Qualified applicants should possess a Master’s degree in Science and have multiple years of teaching experience in a high school setting.  Candidates should have specific content knowledge and teaching experience in a range of courses in the physical and life sciences at an array of grade levels from freshman to AP. Experience in and willingness to facilitate interactive and engaging exploratory lab experiences is a critical element of this position. Familiarity with and use of Next Generation Science Standards and Proficiency-Based curriculum is expected.  A minimum of 3-5 years experience either as a Department Chair or comparable administrative experience is required. 


    It is the responsibility of the Science Department Chair to:

    • develop and facilitate the structures and systems needed for a high functioning science department including:
      1. Budget creation and oversight
      2. Curriculum development and alignment
      3. Identifying professional development opportunities for department members
      4. Serve as a member of LI’s Academic Council
    • provide a stimulating learning environment for each student
    • exhibit enthusiasm for the topics s/he teaches
    • collaborate as a team player with teaching colleagues and administrators
    • communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues, and other stakeholders
    • be an engaged member of the Lyndon Institute community, showing support and involvement in student activities outside of the classroom including LI’s residential program
    • model behavior that reflects Lyndon Institute’s Mission Statement