About

Employment Opportunities

Careers at Trinity

Thank you for your interest in employment in Trinity Episcopal School. Teaching, coaching, administrative and staff positions will be posted here as they become available.

Trinity is privileged to have teachers who stimulate intellectual curiosity and provide an optimal environment for learning. Trinity’s small classes allow students to work closely with teachers, fostering relationships that are the core of this warm, close-knit community.  Trinity seeks individuals who embody a love of learning, a commitment to excellence, respect for others and strong leadership skills.  Trinity faculty and staff are fully involved in the life of the school,  in the classroom, as advisors, as coaches and as club and extracurricular sponsors.

Coaching Opportunities

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  • JV Boys Basketball (Head Coach)

    Contact:
    Anna Prillaman
    Athletic Director
    annaprillaman@trinityes.org
    Phone: (804) 672-4955
    Trinity Episcopal School is always looking for excellent coaching applications. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. If you are interested in coaching at any level for any of our 36 teams in 22 different sports, please email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org. 

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    About Trinity Athletics:

    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.

    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.

    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.

    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.

    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
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  • Varsity Boys Lacrosse (Assistant Coach)

    Trinity Episcopal School is looking for a highly motivated, energetic Boys Varsity Lacrosse Assistant Coach for the spring of 2020.  Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Assist Varsity Head Coach with practice preparation
    • Lead position specific drills
    • Assist Varsity Head Coach with in game decision making
    • Provide mentorship to high school aged young men
    • Assist Varsity Head Coach with administrative duties 
    • Communicate with parents when necessary

    This is stipend part time position with the expectation to be at daily practices and games in the afternoons and/or evenings.

    Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. 

    Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org.



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    About Trinity Athletics:

    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.

    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.

    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.

    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.

    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
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  • Varsity Boys Tennis (Head Coach)

    Trinity Episcopal School is looking for an experienced Boys Varsity Tennis Head Coach for the spring season of 2019-20. Preferred qualified candidates will have experience coaching at the varsity level, a comprehensive knowledge of the sport itself, and a proven record of success. 
    Candidates must also demonstrate strong leadership skills and effective communication skills. 

    Trinity coaches set standards of professionalism among coaches, athletes, and parents while supporting the mission of the school and are interested in building a program with long-term success. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. 

    Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org. 



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    About Trinity Athletics:

    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.

    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.

    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.

    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.

    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
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  • Varsity Girls Lacrosse (Assistant Coach)

    Contact:
    Anna Prillaman
    Athletic Director
    annaprillaman@trinityes.org
    Phone: (804) 672-4955
    Trinity Episcopal School is always looking for excellent coaching applications. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. If you are interested in coaching at any level for any of our 36 teams in 22 different sports, please email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org.


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    About Trinity Athletics:

    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.

    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.

    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.

    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.

    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
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  • Varsity Girls Softball (Assistant Coach)

    Contact:
    Anna Prillaman
    Athletic Director
    annaprillaman@trinityes.org
    Phone: (804) 672-4955
    Trinity Episcopal School is always looking for excellent coaching applications. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. If you are interested in coaching at any level for any of our 36 teams in 22 different sports, please email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org.
     
     
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    About Trinity Athletics:
     
    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.
     
    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.
     
    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.
     
    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.
     
    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
    Back
    Read More
  • Varsity Golf (Assistant Coach)

    Contact:
    Anna Prillaman
    Athletic Director
    annaprillaman@trinityes.org
    Phone: (804) 672-4955
    Trinity Episcopal School is always looking for excellent coaching applications. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. If you are interested in coaching at any level for any of our 36 teams in 22 different sports, please email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org.


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    About Trinity Athletics:

    The Trinity athletics program is geared towards developing the whole person. Coaches work closely with athletes to build character traits like hard work, discipline, respect, cooperation and commitment that will benefit them in sports, academics, and beyond. For each Trinity team, the emphasis is on personal improvement, camaraderie and the value of competition.

    Trinity requires all of its students to earn athletic/activity participation credit for a total of six seasons during their Trinity years. Titans can participate by playing for or managing one of 36 teams in 22 sports, from volleyball to swimming, and golf to football.

    Trinity is a proud member of the Virginia Preparatory League (boys) and the League of Independent Schools (girls), as well as the Virginia Independent School Athletics Association (VISAA). Trinity Titans consistently win state championships, league titles, sportsmanship awards, and coach of the year awards.

    The 50,000-square-foot Estes Athletic Center features two gyms, a strength and fitness center, multiple locker rooms and team meeting rooms, school store, concession stand and alumni rooms for meetings and social events. Trinity’s tennis teams compete at Southampton Recreation Association. The swim teams train and compete in a 50-meter, 8-lane competition pool at SwimRVA. The home course for the golf team is Salisbury Country Club.

    For more news and information about Titan athletics, visit www.trinityes.org/athletics.
    Back
    Read More
Trinity Episcopal School is always looking for excellent coaching applications. Successful candidates will have a strong personal commitment to Trinity’s mission and philosophy which seek to challenge our students to discover their paths, develop their talents and strengthen their character within a dynamic academic community. If you are interested in coaching at any level for any of our 36 teams in 22 different sports, please email a resume and cover letter to Anna Prillaman, Athletic Director, at annaprillaman@trinityes.org.

Instructions for submission

When submitting electronic inquiries, all interested candidates are encouraged to enter “YOUR NAME - [Position Title]” as the subject of the inquiry email. If attaching electronic files, please title them “YOUR NAME - Resume” and “YOUR NAME - cover letter.”
Trinity Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin in the administration of its educational, admission or employment policies, scholarship and financial aid policies or any other programs administered by the school.