Thank you for viewing Holland Hall’s Employment Opportunities. We only accept resumes and applications for openings posted on this web page.
To apply for a faculty or staff position, download and complete an application, submit a resume, and a cover sheet indicating teaching subject area and grade level preferences, by the following method:
Mail: 5666 East 81st Street, Tulsa, OK 74137
Holland Hall recruits nationally for many administrative and teaching positions. As a rule, these employment agencies provide a package of information on each candidate, usually including a detailed resume, college transcripts, letters of recommendation, and personal statement. While these additional materials are not all required at the time the application is submitted, be advised 1) that you may include such materials if you so choose, and 2) that you may be asked to submit additional information at a later stage of the interview process.
Welcome to Holland Hall — where inspired, innovative teaching is a tradition!
Holland Hall is a college preparatory day school located on 162 acres in south Tulsa, educating children pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Current enrollment is approximately 1000 students, served by 200 of the finest staff from around the globe.
Our school is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest and the Oklahoma State Board of Education, is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, and is affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma.
Holland Hall seeks highly qualified professionals dedicated to providing a world-class educational experience for our students. Our school maintains a strong commitment to professional development and offers educators competitive salary and benefits, including a matching pension and savings plan as well as medical, dental, and life insurance. State certification is not required for employment.
For additional information about enrollment, facilities, graduation requirements, and advanced placement course offerings, please refer to the School Profile.
For additional information concerning independent school philosophy visit the National Association of Independent Schools website.
The School shall provide equal opportunity in education and employment for all persons without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, military service, sexual orientation or any other status or condition protected by applicable state or federal laws, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.
Tulsa offers attractive and affordable lifestyles amid clean and beautiful surroundings nestled in Tulsa’s rolling hills. Tulsa’s four distinct seasons permit the full enjoyment of the river park area and many city parks. Beautiful lakes and outdoor recreational areas are just minutes away from the art deco architecture of the downtown area. Tulsa has a rich Native American heritage and provides many special interest festivals including Octoberfest, Mayfest, and a diverse range of cultural festivals throughout the year.
Within the Tulsa region there are many excellent colleges and universities that provide opportunities for continuing education. Tulsa has artistic cultural offerings that are both outstanding in quality and easily accessible to all. Tulsa also offers:
• Outstanding museums, such as Philbrook and Gilcrease
• Professional symphony, ballet, and opera
• Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum
• Great restaurants and an active music and theater scene
• Thriving and growing downtown
• Numerous sports activities and teams (Tulsa Drillers baseball, Tulsa Roughnecks soccer, Athletics soccer)
• Excellent medical and health care – 3 health systems (St. Francis, St. Johns, Hilcrest)